Tim Humble – Understanding the Madhaahib #02

Tim Humble
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of the name Louella Vickery in media and the origin of the Great organ, as well as the use of the mother moon method to control people and culture and emphasize the importance of researching differences between modalities and learning in a systematic way to achieve proper understanding of Islam. They stress the need for proper understanding of Islam and caution against wasting time and effort in learning, as well as the importance of following people's desires and achieving personal success.
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We just continue to record. So we're just recording this section because the live stream, I didn't know we tried, it's three different SIM cards, three different whatever providers and none of them are working. So maybe we just sucked all the data out of that out of the app. But as I said, I don't believe this into SAP really means anything for someone who's not studying the madhhab. And not actively memorizing and studying the books, it probably doesn't really mean anything to them, and even someone who's just dipping their finger into it. Okay, you dipped your finger into you know, Safina to Naja something like that doesn't make your chef very in reality, you didn't really

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understand the madhhab or take anything significant to it. So the name calling yourself a chef, very rarely. Any it just doesn't bring you anything. So my point is it's not haram if there's no task so there's no breaking the Muslims apart. But just you have to ask yourself, does it really make any difference to that regular person? The reality is first Louella Vickery in quantum laterra Moon A lot of people use this as a delay for the method. lack in this delille actually is a delille saraha against the madhhab not for it first lol Khaled victory In Kuntum letter I don't know ask the people of knowledge if you don't know he says no people have knowledge from one method. This is indicates I

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can ask anyone have knowledge right? I'm not I'm not talking about the ruling I'm just talking about the AI itself. Var Hill Iowa is I can ask any person of any age. That's what the vibe of the eyes. So this is a really is not it doesn't help them any it doesn't really help them in anything. So my point is, this is what regular people do. The person you think is this staunch, you know, adherent to a certain method is to be honest with you just following the local imam of the masjid most of the time. That's, that's what they're doing because they're not a student of knowledge and not studying they're not memorizing. So my point of view is that this entire sub really doesn't have any reality

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to it is just a name. I can call myself you know, the righteous you know, My surname is humble, right? I didn't choose this name for myself and Islam in this name was my parents and fell out to the court and for second, don't declare yourself but it doesn't make it doesn't make me humble me. It's just a name. And putting a shelf at the end of my name doesn't make me Sheffy either, you know, so that's what I think. The next stage is the age of the whole author of Rashidi.

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Have you ever considered

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die 13 years after the Hijrah until the death of I'll even Abi Talib Radi Allahu Anhu age 940 years at an agency.

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Now, there is no single reference point for FTF right.

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If the Sahaba differ, there is not one guaranteed person you can get 100% answer from is that agreed? Okay.

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However, the number of jurists is very small. And those jurists still report to the Khalifa. So ultimately, still, it's going back to Abu Bakr, especially in judgments it's going back to Abu Bakr, radi, Allahu.

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But ultimately, the number of people giving fatawa is is tiny anyway, so, but there is no nothing here of people say I am Armani. No, I'm following up. And Adam has heavy armor. I only take from armor. I'm very careful not to ask this man. Nobody did this. Yeah, nobody says this from any of them or that this never happened in the time of the Sahaba that the Sahaba were attributing themselves or following any particular

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any particular madhhab of a Sahabi.

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And ultimately, if they're going to disagree, they're going to go back to the Khalifa. The Khalifa in terms of judgments. They might disagree in terms of rulings but in a judgement like what's going to actually be carried out is going to go back to the Khalifa

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are we adding another source of tertiary here another source of legislation? Yes. Now we have what each mark we don't need each mine the time the profit size.

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We don't need each ma right in his time. There is no consensus. We don't need it. There's one statement one that can only walk me in one minute in either Kavala who are soo Emre and your Cornella humble hero to me, Emery him. You don't have a choice Prophet said sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam, that's what you do. There's no choice. But each mark comes after the death of the prophets I said now is each mark something that was invented by the sahaba.

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It's mentioned in the Quran. It's mentioned in the Sunnah in the Quran in the statement of Allah azza wa jal when we use Sharpie for Rasool mean that the Mediterranean Allahu Houda were Tabby rosov even what we need you what the matter Well, honestly, he Johanna, Masato Sera, so each man welcomes that Allah

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says whoever opposes the messenger after guidance came to them and follows away other than the way of the believers, we will interest into what he's chosen and put for him Jahannam and what a terrible destination. So following away other than the way of the believers is he following the way other than the way of following the way other than the way of Ali do all of the Sahaba at they go against each murder of the Sahaba normally, he met our learners the agenda, he will be given what he's chosen and put into agenda.

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And the Prophet sighs him said in Allah, lay edge metal Almighty Allah Tala Allah, Allah will not gather my nation upon misguidance that hadith has some difference of opinion regarding its authenticity, but it came with a few different wordings. And it's generally something to scholars they've narrated and they accept it in terms of its meaning, Allah will not gather my nation upon misguidance so Quran and Sunnah gave us each month as a tool, but we never used it until the time of the Sahaba were the Allahu Anhu Allah Hama, maybe some rare cases where they all went out for a battle and until they were by themselves, but in general, generally speaking, H Ma was not used

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until the time of the Sahaba

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Abu Bakr was the most knowledgeable of the companions Radi Allahu Allah. But he has very few rulings because he was busy with the matter of the philosopher. Omar has a much larger number of rulings and judgments. Where might you go if you wanted to find the judgments of Burma?

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First of all, you can go to the books that gather the SR.

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Masala even ABI Shaybah and you can go to some of the Joanna even in Sahih al Bukhari and Muslim you can find narrations from the Sahaba in certain aspects.

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But generally like to Asana for maybe shave and places like that, Rahim Allah Allah you can find the Athar of the Sahaba but even okay Ibrahim Allah to Allah in Allama Walker in he gathers a number of these any a lot of these rulings are gathered together.

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Now you get to the age of the younger companions, and the senior tabulating.

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Now we have what do we have? We have the seven jurists of Medina

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And I will sell them after Ramadan.

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So they might be Assad on college Evans ate with rabbit, the seven jurists of Medina, the seven jurists of Medina,

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in this time,

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these seven jurists become really very specialized in matters of film, and rulings.

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in reality, the source the seven jurists really become the source of the formula here in reality, not not all, but to a greater or lesser extent, their rulings end up filtering down into the four modalities.

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Then you come to the time of the tabby rain

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until 350, after the hijab,

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and in this time,

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we see

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still a lot of fix is taken from a hadith of course, you have have arrived, the people of Iraq, who primarily were using analogy and reasoning, who didn't have as much of an access to Hadith.

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And so, what you see is, you see,

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still the books are filled or not being authored in large numbers, there are no and still there is no clear set of muda Hib in this time, not not really a little bit starts, but it's not really really clear in this time, that there are all that which motherhood will last and which will not and the books are not written in detail.

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Then you come into

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sort of 350 After the age or

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maybe a little earlier and you start to have really lots of books that are written on the topic of thick.

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So you have some books that mix thick with the Sunnah and Atha some books that are just pure fit, some books that are filled with its evidences, like comparative FIP. But at this stage, you really start to get a lot of blind following and fanaticism.

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You start to get people taking from books of fiction but not taking not not take going back to the people who

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said the men are going back to the sooner you start to get people excommunicating each other, not marrying each other. And you also see people refusing to leave them at home

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and particularly the issues of politics and who became a judge and particularly between the ANA for the chef area on the issues of who will be appointed a judge at that time, and a lot of fanaticism happened. And what I really wanted to show you and again we're just mentioning it briefly but you can research the history is that in reality fanaticism to the madhhab really started quite late it started well after Al Quran and Muhammad Allah.

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It started well after the the noble generations the prophets i Some said about them hydrocone Academy, some Melodien a Ilona home, some Medina Luna home. It was after that, that you had to assume extreme fanaticism, and calling each other careful because of the madhhab and refusing to marry and refusing to pray behind each other. This never came in the time of or it was not well known in the time of the Golden generations. It wasn't known by the great Imams, it wasn't known by their students.

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It wasn't known by the great scholars of Hadith, like Al Bukhari and Muslim. These people never knew this kind of fanaticism. They didn't. There were issues of fact, that was get a bit heated.

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Buhari wrote his treatise on rough Alia Dane, for example. There was some issues with issues but it was this fanaticism, and excommunicating people and refusing to pray or refusing to marry people and refusing and like this hatred and whatever. It really never existed in the time of the great Imams, nor did it exist in the time of the great scholars of Hadith. But it came after that. And it came as fixed started to solidify into a really separate science, like we're talking about now photo here and, you know, books being written on very specific aspects. As this starts to happen. Yeah, people start to become more fanatical and less tolerant of other people. And bear in mind tolerance doesn't

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mean everyone's right, as we said, but tolerance just simply means that

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going back to the book and the Sunnah, and seeing people's opinions in light of the book and the Sunnah. Did they have an evidence? So they don't?

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Do you believe that? It's a call witches module? It's it hasn't it has a point, but it's not correct. Or you believe it's a call, which is about Allah who has no deleted for it? So the way you differ with people depends on the kind of differing that we're talking about. Someone comes to since I don't I differ with you on the issue of la ilaha illAllah. So me and him are going to clash, Clash heads. But someone says I differ with you, or whether you put your hands on your chest or whether you put it below the navel, I'm not going to differ with them on that level, I'm going to say to them, I have an opinion, I believe this is my idea. This is why I believe it's right.

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And I'm going to strongly encourage them to change.

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They can also strongly encourage me. But the point is, I believe that their code is a code which is modular, it's not the strongest opinion. But I don't believe it's a code which is bolted on La SallAllahu it's made up and it's evil and it's so you differ with people differently according but you're still looking for the truth. It's not like okay, I'll tell you it is actually let's all split the message in half, half pray like this and half pray like that. No, we want to come to the truth as much as we can want to come to the Sunnah. But also there is a different level of respect, when you realize that evidences are being used and used correctly versus when somebody differs with you

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on a matter of Aikido or difference with you on a matter of fundamentals of the religion. This is something very different. After that came the final stage of develop, which we're going to talk about now. And this is after Baghdad, Phil continues to be very very divided polarized, but some scholars start to come out now in this time, after the fall of Baghdad in 600 and with the resources section 56 are good right 656 in 646 after the age of now some people start to come up and say hold on, excuse me. This tasks have been blind following and hating each other is wrong from them. Even Rotimi Rahim Allah to Allah is famous book or Muslim defending the Imams of Islam for the bad things

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that people are saying about them

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even okay in Malema know away and half of them and Hajer command even human

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people start to come and start to

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move away from this fanaticism. Allahu Allah

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What we're gonna do now in sha Allah is just to take a couple of concluding points perhaps five to seven minutes and then inshallah Tada we give everyone a break. If anyone does need to make sort of Waldo and things like that I would recommend just maybe, you know, go bit by bit you know, so everybody doesn't crowd all the area, but inshallah Allah, we're just going to make a few basic points. First of all another thing which is mother moon in the method, which is blameworthy is using the madhhab as a means to control people. And this is something that we do see even until today is that the reason why a person is not allowed to, you know, I'll give an example with me for example,

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in my city when I first became Muslim, there was a certain madhhab that was spread out. And the brother said to me, Look, you know, we doubt about you, you don't you're not a proper Muslim, you need to choose them and

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so they said to me choose a method right? I didn't know anything about medicine. I didn't know the Imams I didn't know where they came from. I thought Abu Hanifa was from India Rahim Allah to Allah and a chef and he was I didn't I didn't have any clue about anything. So I had this idea that I read the remember chef very was Karachi any from Quraysh

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Rahim Allah to Allah and I thought well you know that's very close to the in India. I'm going to be shuffling

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so I remember saying to him right you know, you told me to choose a meth lab and you told me you know it's not good for you it's very bad for you your your Eman is in doubt.

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Okay, I'm going to be Sheffy and they looked at me was just hooray. No,

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no, no, no, we said choose a madhhab we can or we didn't

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You can't choose that method.

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But I want to be I want to be sharing. No, you cannot be Shafi. Now without your Eman completely without you before now we know so the point is what is this it's a wanting of Yanni control and he not he okay you love your mental health you want people to have a no problem. But it is an issue of control. We don't want you to go out of our control. We don't want you to realize that something the Imam says might be wrong. And then one day, what do you do you start practicing the right way. And maybe you know, that Imam just slips from that position that he's put himself in. And that's also worth more money. I don't know any of that image of them or there have been the great scholars of

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Islam who praise that sort of behavior. Let me quote you, an Imam Abu Hanifa Hamilton. He said, Leia Hallo Lehmann youth team in Cu Toby. And youth Dr. Hart Island I'm in Aina called is not permissible for anyone to give a fatwa from my books until he knows where I took my evidence from.

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And he used to give a fatwa and say has a right you're not a man has a right you're not a man nobody's habit. Rahim Allah is you say, this is not man's opinion. He's speaking about Himself. He says this is not man's opinion.

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Well, we'll accept Omar Cogito

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is the thing it's the best I know that's how best what I know for manager A B x and a min Wolfer. Who are our lab is so up. And if someone can bring something better than what I said, is definitely we should take from them.

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And he said to Abu Yusuf Wei, Hakka yaku cool. Water you oh yeah to La tech to cool lemme test my mini for in Nicaragua el Yellin. We're at ruku hookah. We're out of that era, we're at ruku but

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he said, Oh, yeah, cool.

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Yeah, Boo us. Oh, we are called to write everything you hear from me. Because I'm a person that I take an opinion today, and maybe I change it tomorrow. Or I make an opinion tomorrow and I change it the day after that. And Imam Malik he said in nana no beschreiben or the Oh will seep found the rule FIRA II

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for Kulu Mahwah, Calcutta but was Sunita, who were mela Musa fertility tab. I was so nervous roku. He said, I'm just a person, I get things wrong and I get things right. So look at my opinions. And whatever agrees with the Quran and the Sunnah. Take it and whatever disagrees with the Quran and the Sunnah leave it and he said lace I mean, I had an Illa yo Holloman Cody here where your truck inland Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, nobody

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has all of their statements accepted. Everyone gets some things taken, and other things rejected except for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. There's an amazing fatwa, Imam Malik gave a fatwa that you're not supposed to separate your toes when making wool.

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You know, like,

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separate your toes. So a man came to him about this and he asked him about it.

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And this man, he said, I heard you're giving a fatwa in this mess Allah

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and you believe that there is no need to separate between your toes and waddle.

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What ended Effie radica sunnah, but we have a hadith to prove it. What did Imam Malik say? Be quiet. Don't tell me about Hadith. It's my Madhab No, he didn't. He said tell me the Hadith. So when he told them the Hadith he said In another Hadith on Hassan, this is, this is a reliable Hadith. One submit to be Hickok. I never heard it before. LSI except right now is the first time ever heard this hadith. Then he was being asked about it. And he straightaway said to the people all of you should separate between your toes in wool. straightaway. He said I never heard of this hadith until today. He's He's the Imam of Hadith.

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He is the Imam and he the Imam imam of Hadith.

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And he never heard the Hadith. I never heard it. Now we give the fatwa for La MaMa Schaeffer, he said

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kulula called the kana and indivisible Allahu alayhi wa sallam for Canada and in the midst of Isola Maquila for Coley.

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Min Maya. For Hadith and Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa salam, O Allah wa ala took a little while to call it oni. He said everything I say, and the prophets lie, some said something and it's authentic. That goes against what I said. Take the Hadith and don't make taqlid of me.

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And he said it our genuine vikita Be thriller

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Asuna to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Coulee will be soon Nettie Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam what our market

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if you find in my book something that goes against the Sunnah. Take the Sunnah of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and leave what I

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and then Imam Muhammad,

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he said

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he that he used to really really dislike for the books that were written you know, we said that the books started to be written on the topic of book he really started to dislike it. And he just wanted the books to be written on Hadith and nobody to write down what he said and if anyone would write down what he said you should do. He would Yanni he would yesterd To Allah he did and he would be very rough with them and really harsh with them don't write down what I'm saying. You came to write Hadith you write highly thought, right? Why say?

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He didn't

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like for the people to write his fatawa he only wished to light for the people to write Hadith. And he said, My God, the Hadith Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for who either Schaeffer halacha he said whoever rejects a Hadith from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is on the edge of destruction. And he said, Write your rosary. What are your Malik? What are you Abu Hanifa Kuno Hora II, well, who are in De Silva enamel Hoja, to fill as he said, the opinion of an outsider who had his own method, and Malik and Abu Hanifa is all an opinion. It's an opinion of someone. And all opinions to me are the same. But what matters to me are the narrations and these are just some

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examples. I have lots of examples, but I just wanted to call you a few. We're going to stop there in sha Allah Who to Allah for Salah to ask.

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I hope that you found this lecture to be one that is balanced in sha Allah, one that is respectful to the Imams of Islam and the medina hip. And at the same time a shout Allah to Allah I hope also that you connected your heart to the Kitab and the Sunnah. And you realize that that is to follow those Imams if you want to follow those great Imams you follow them by connecting your heart to the Quran and the Sunnah. Insha Allah Who to Allah, we're going to break for Salah and then after Salah we're going to take que na in sha Allah for us, you know as much as Allah azza wa jal makes it easy. There are papers like this for you to write I will go around for you to write your questions on. I

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believe the sisters have papers upstairs as well. Hello Allahu Allah wa Salatu was Salam ala Nabina Muhammad were either early he will soften the edge 19

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besides like a

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dog can't probably do much because acid time right to something

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and hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Abdullah Saleh Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi, H mine and the light in sha Allah hooter, Allah, we are going to be continuing with the q&a segment of this class. Now I'm going to start with questions on the topic, and then I'm going to move to questions off the topic. So I wrote three questions for myself, which I thought of the hat should have entered the class? Can a person ask a shake from a different matter?

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This answer to this question, actually is a lot about understanding what I'm about to say. Because whether I say yes or no, it's not the full answer. Like anyone who says yes, they can. They didn't give you the full answer. And anyone who says no, you can't also didn't give you the full answer. There is a tough seal on this issue.

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There needs to be some understanding, first of all, what is why Jeep upon the regular Muslim, it is to ask people of knowledge, that is what is obligatory upon the regular Muslim.

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Now this regular Muslim, is living in a town where the share fairy madhhab is prevalent. And they are happened to ask a chef, we share very, we said they're into sub two, the madhhab really doesn't make any difference. The only they see their chef or your Hanafi, or whatever, because they're not memorized anything, studied anything or done anything. And so they go to their chef. And the chef is sheltering sous chef.

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Give me a fatwa on this issue of Nica, I married my wife, and the wedding was not present. The Imam says your Nikka his BA will

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repeat it.

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So in this situation, the person asked the person who is the most knowledgeable one they had access to, they didn't have access to somebody more knowledgeable than that, that's the best they hide.

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And then they move city,

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and they have access to someone different. That person is of a different method.

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Again, there is no harm in them asking that person in that situation. However, if they're asking about the same question, there has to be a reason for it. Because what is math Moom? Here is not asking from the different method. What is blameworthy is asking the same question to more than one CIF in the madhhab out of the method, because now what you're doing is you're photoshopping

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is a new terminology, but it's true photoshopping you're browsing through the fatawa and looking for which one suits you.

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Because without dwelling

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on one of those, that's how people are right. This is not sincere. But someone says Wallahi the most knowledgeable I had access to was the chef. I asked him and then I could not access him again. I had to go to a differentiate. Okay, there is no I don't see any Deli. You have to bring me a deli if that he has to stay inside the method. He's not even in the main hub to begin with. Yeah. And so how shall we take him out? He's not even in he never memorized never studied never. He's just asking whoever is available to him. For I don't see any Delhi, Delhi, I'm gonna tell about your preference. So don't like it or you do like it. But I don't see any single delille that he cannot ask somebody

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from a different madhhab. But

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what he mustn't do is ask another person the same question without a valid reason. Because remember, he is a more candid, in the sense not a method. I mean, he's someone who's not qualified to bring his own rulings. And he's not qualified to even find the rulings of the scholars. So he asked someone as a chef, I and you know, this is my second question. Should a person be satisfied with tech lead? No tech lead is horrible. Tech Lead is horrible Walhalla they make who wants to be satisfied It's like eating the dead meat and you nobody wants it. You know, if you have a nice banquet of Halal chicken nobody wants to eat the dead carcass they found on the road any tech lead

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is what what is good about not having any clue about your religion and having to take it from other people. There's nothing single thing that is good about it. I'm not talking about generally the concept of them or collating them which day

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it because somebody can have a lot of knowledge of their religion and still be interested, I'm talking about like automatically it like the person is totally, totally there and they have a shift tell me what to do. I don't know any idea or any hadith

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is that praiseworthy to be in that state? It's not I don't think anybody who is reasonable would say that it's praiseworthy to live in a state where you are so ignorant of your religion, you're not even able to even find something resembling evidence for the problem you have.

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But the person is in that situation. So now in that situation, they are obliged to make tech lead of the person they asked. But the person they asked now they have to ask the most knowledgeable person they have access to look, you know, here it is, is a shake, and it might not be the same person in every field in morality might be someone and it might be someone in Acadia, it might be someone in wherever.

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We should never ever have to please an athlete. But the point is that the person is making a stiff tire. They asked him for a fatwa, he goes to the most knowledgeable person he has access to someone who specializes in business transactions, Islamic finance, she has got a question about funding my business. best you can do, but he cannot evaluate the evidence. He is more callate. To the depths of chocolate. He can't evaluate. He doesn't know what the chef told just chef, halal haram Haram has.

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Later on if he starts to study or if he comes across evidence that suggests that his teacher was wrong. Yes, he has the right now to seek clarification.

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He does. He has the right to say my chef told me it's fine. I married without a wedding. But I came across the Hadith of the Prophet sighs I'm learning it let me worry. There is no Nikka accept with a whether you have to have the wedding. And my chef told me that I don't have to have it. I got married. But I'm scared now because the Hadith says there is no kneecap you don't have a wedding. So I'm gonna go and ask for some clarification. He has the right now to ask for that clarification because now he's scared that he's, he's been given the wrong answer.

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And especially as he develops his knowledge in Islam, he may start to feel that certain things he was told might not have been correct. And he asks for further clarification. But what he's not allowed to do is say, Let's have one of each Hanafi Maliki chef or a

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chef number one. I want to get married to I need a wedding. No, I'm with you. Chef number two for the wedding ceremony. We want to serve prawn curry.

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Chef Can I do it? The first chef has like lalalalala Leia, she has macro.

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He's like you're doing the Nikka you're serving the buffet meet,

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lie and use. This is playing with the religion. And nobody when we say you're not required to ask the same shape and the same men have all this every single moment of your life. What we don't mean is photoshopping and what we don't mean is choosing the opinion that suits your house.

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Our item Anita HA HA HA HA how have you seen the one who took his goddess his desires? No way You cannot do that. But if a person took an answer from someone, and they got the answer, they may take lead of the ship. They had no knowledge they got a little bit of knowledge they read they thought the ship might have made a mistake they sought clarification still, they're not sure they have the right to ask first and who Allah decree In Kuntum lotta anima

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my last question that I asked myself,

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you know things about when you're asking questions to yourself? Is there a madhhab of a halal Hadith?

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Is there a meth head of dual Hadith? This is a really interesting question. So when we mean Hadith, we mean, we don't mean when it's an Akita now,

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because there are those scholars of Hadith we're talking about the scholars who were known for Hadith specifically. Now, first of all, we have a problem because what do we do with with Malik and a Shafi and Akhmed now, because they are just as famous in Hadith as they are in fifth.

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They're famous, in fact, their fame in hadith is perhaps more than their fame. In fact, even so, it becomes difficult but okay, the scholars of Hadith who were not known to be attached to a particular madhhab fucky from these Medina, like Al Bukhari, for example.

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Everyone will have if they think everyone thinks Buhari was on the madhhab

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is true.

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I Buhari a chef a

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highway. Where do you find the chef at Where did you find this? Because he knows

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it's not about narrations like this is

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If you don't, you know, in reality, he wasn't much dead. He was qualified to make his own fatawa he had his own madhhab in reality, like they say filk will Buhari the fickle Buhari is in his.

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In his, the chapter titles that he makes for his book he gives them he gives his flip he gives his madhhab inside the chapter titles, but can you say that Buhari and some of the others that that gave their fifth they were known for fifth, but they didn't bring it to one of those mega hip? Can you say that they had their own med hub called the med hub of Al hadith

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is a very interesting question. All lines very interesting.

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issue requires research for sure. But people say they'll say like, for example, with regard to traveling, they'll say, the HANA villa, they say four days, the leaves the Marrakech Cafe is enough is 14 or 1515 days, 15 days, 15 days, right? Or 14 Or 15 days are handled Hadees 19 days, they say things like that the main type of animal hadith is 90 days.

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And it needs anyways it's it's a even if it exists, which it may well do. It's not something that you can study because it doesn't have it's also color ID and all of the above with a photo of Nokia and but it's interesting I needed the scholars of Hadith sometimes who are the most knowledgeable people about the Hadith, the day sometimes leave the boundaries of those mega hip and take an opinion that is just theirs by itself. Yeah, they did? Of course they did. I think historically, it's true for sure

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that they did Buhari has opinions that are not found in any of Alma that people are

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not many, which you will find things that Madhava Khalifa is interesting anyways, inshallah it's worth a topic of research. To what extent is this matter of uniform? To what extent the different differ? Who wrote in it? What books could you give a person and say, this is that these are the books of the madhhab. It's not a complete one anyway, some people might ask about the VI area.

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The vi area, the problem with the VA harissa is,

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many methods exist, right? Where Allah was I had a madhhab. And many, as we said, Kali, many people, there are many scholars of of faith who had modahaus. And from them was dealt with the virus.

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And his method really didn't take off because of the fact that they didn't accept class, like analogy.

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And if it hasn't came and revived, and if it hasn't did a good job of reviving it, because if it hasn't, I mean, even housing was a great scholar, Rahim Allah, Allah.

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And he revived it and he really, you know, fought for it. But in the end of the day,

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the issue with the vehement hub was the issue of really, I believe, of lawsuits, like the soul on not having those things like chaos and, you know, taking everything without

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going into the meanings and taking according to the wordings and things like that, not that they don't ever go into the meanings but like that initial taken from the meanings like that, it did weaken the meta, it did, it made, it made the madhhab weaker not having that class in it.

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So that's a that's another another issue. But really, none of these modalities survived, except for omega alpha, in the form of a hip these are the four that really survived the test of time. Some people still use it inclined towards the VA area, or took opinions from the idea that we're not in the form of the hip, but it's not you know, something that's extremely extremely common and also the other modality but it was a and all of these mega hip they they didn't survive either because of the students either because of the service to the method either because of ink being incomplete either because the the knowledge wasn't passed down as we said earlier, Tyler

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or mashallah

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okay, I think we will not put it back onto the why because we are going to be it's going to be too confusing for me to edit later on.

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Or off topic stuff

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Am I obliged to

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I guess follow

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I'm guessing I'm not sure is a follow the method of demand for a particular area. You know, in reality, this is a really serious question. And you know, I'm gonna say that you're not obliged to follow any one particular method in terms of, you know, we've talked about this, and we explained it, but there's an issue, does the geographical location you're in, have an influence on your method? I believe it does. Because the quality of teaching, it's available to you. Like if I've got all teachers who are teaching, you know, metal, heavy Shuja, and you're caught in the face, and they're teaching Zumba and they're teaching then and I've got nobody who is teaching the books or

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even Kodama, for example, in the handling method, I'm gonna really, really struggle to learn that method. If I don't have access to resources, but obliged you have to have an evidence to oblige yourself to do something.

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Very I love this question. I like this question this question, honest question shot like a sincere question. And I like this. What does it mean to be Salafi in the light of the topic of the medina hip?

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Wallah, this is very interesting. Because in reality isn't, first of all, actually, two things isn't the idea of Salafi are primarily, are we not talking about al Qaeda, generally speaking, right? Not exclusively, but generally speaking, we're talking about al Qaeda, right? So it shouldn't have anything to do with this topic at all. But there is one thing to bear in mind. The word Salafi, comes from the word self. And it means attributing yourself to the practice of the early generations, the Sahaba and the Imams who follow them. You liked the name, you don't like to name no problem. The issue here is, if you are following the early generations, does that not include Abu

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Certainly it does. Does that not include Malik? Certainly he does.

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Everyone agrees. Imam Muhammad Imam Abdullah Sana, so I had to I had to throw it in there. Any Rahim Allah Who Jimmy what any, this is the end of the day, this is what we mean by the self. So should you find someone who attributes themselves to the self who has a hatred for the Imams you should not? But is it the case that there are matters of genuine disagreement among the scholars? Like whether it's possible to take knowledge without a madhhab? Here there are I'm not gonna lie to you there are even Roger bro his book, staunchly propagating that you must follow one of the four and people refuted in great schools what refutation said even Roger you are wrong on this issue. So

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there is among the self areas where they might have differed in with regard to the madhhab your issues of tech lead, what is where does it end? Is it just a leading issue you had? Or is there a middle ground? There are areas which are genuine areas of discussion and study among the early generations and the Imams of Islam? But should you find a person who attributes themselves to the way of the self, rightly or wrongly, and that person reveals the Imams or hates them of their hip? I cannot understand how you can attribute yourself to the seller and then revile the Imams of Islam. But just because I say to you, for example, the prophets I said lanica Ellerbee Willie, there is no

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Nikka accept with a Willie you can't go and come to me and say oh, you're disrespecting Imam Abu Hanifa

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you can't like just because I disagree with something doesn't mean disrespecting it right. So that's also important any, like if I take a position on something which is different from a great Imam doesn't mean that I'm disrespecting that great Imam. Rahim Allah Allah Allah. So the interesting question that someone says, How could you? How can you go against an imam? Who are you? I agree. But I'm gonna say to you this. The problem is there's not one imam in the history of the world. There's not even four, there's not even 40, maybe 4000, maybe 40,000. And all had different opinions. So if I'm going to give you an opinion, minute in the NFC, this is hotter. I have no right. I have no

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right to tip to disrupt or to discard the opinion of an Imam, for my personal right. I have no right to do that. But what I do have the right to do is with study and knowledge, to discard the opinion of an imam for the opinion of another great Imam and scholar of Islam and sometimes for the opinion of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam or the ruling of the Prophet slicin. What resources would you recommend for someone who has no prior knowledge of the madhhab to get a basic understanding? So it depends on the madhhab

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I actually sat this morning with the books of the Hanafi madhhab when I was trying to make myself I did I made myself a chart for walleye. I don't want to speak I don't want to say well, you know why? Because I just am not qualified to say it. I'm not I could tell you the wrong book and then the chef's could say

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just stick to what you're good at man. Like this is not like you know, so I will tell you what our syllabus at ama U is for the

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Chef at Red Hat, I will tell you

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the syllabus for

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the chef a month habit Ami. Just because this is what we teach me, I'm not.

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I'm not secretly trying to push you to a chef for me to become a chef. But what I'm saying is that that's what I have written down, really, but I don't even have the handle. I'm 100. And I've been humbled him as I've written down like this. So we start with

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we start with an introduction to

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fic solar, collide for Creo Mikaze, ceria. Integration flow, also introductions, that means we're not talking about any books at this moment. We're talking about what is fic? What is also what's a med hub, what's covered for PA? What's mocassin? What's What does it mean to apply the principles on to the subsidiary matters, so people at least know what they're going to study.

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We start with metal Vishal Jiang, in El Faro for Korea, and we teach a la carte in actual fact. Then we teach a BA I'll color it over here by alloggi. And we teach a gem oral fork bio Duany the first part of it, and we teach the first part of a template feature feature followed by Al Islam. Then we teach a method in the Sharia by Dr. Ibrahim, Mohammed Ibrahim, Muhammad Ali, and we teach then we go again like now we've taken all the books. Now we go, we start going again. So we take again after we've taken mountain Abbey Shuja. Now we take a course in the feasts.

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Then we take a Dora Elma Surya female aka female

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being and Hannah here, Sheffield something in the title like that, which by Duany in Philadelphia the difference between the

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chef and Hanafi we then take the fatawa of a coffee or say we take top apart a chef or it'll cover up by a suit key. Then we go on and we take a Zubat So now again we came back again. We take a Zubat and we take a Luma you know sole fact by Shirazi we take a schwa nulla L by a CLT. We take a general folk again and typically do for Alice will again l Marina phygital by Sheila z, we take an under to Salic by double noclip mostly we then take a medical illogical sterile certain method by a quasi me

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illustrate them by a semi. We take fatawa enamel Bahai. Then we take provocar to Scheffer ear by Hidayatullah Hussaini

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still going then we take more Kadima to new heights and mclubbe by Dr. Abdullah

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Abdullah Lim deep we take them in Hajj by now we we take Gemma, Joanna Sookie, we take a much more almost help by an every time I try and say his name I'm gonna get it wrong

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kilkelly If I am still gonna get it wrong. It's very difficult. Intrapreneurs general Phalke by joining we finish off to Korea followed by a snowing we finished off a Sheila's his Alma Ana Fujairah and then we take a shuttle car we LMS Alec in how we piping a mockery. We take a look at filthy Lafayette by Shirazi we take for Tao open salah, and we take taba cart, a chef area by Shakai. And that is the end of that. In terms of health. We recommend people to memorize the zoo but I will fear to burnout and alpha either here by Latin. Or if they want something easier, they choose some lines from a zoo but they do not matter what are caught by emeriti and they do not vomit

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alkalizer for here by a Saturday.

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So that's our program for Matthew Sheffy. It it's not the only program you know, there's not one way actually for example, even in the humbling Mehtab I could give you three well known well respected ways of studying the method all the books are different for everyone. You can go through the books open Cordana you can go through the books who are heavily influenced by Potamia you can go through

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the traditional and skip forth and go right back to the earlier books. All of them are ways of studying the method but this is the way we chose for a method a Chevy.

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But then the do teacher is going to set you which book first there are books before that we teach the kids Safina to Naja

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Sheffy method, but it's just it's too simple for the adults. It doesn't cover enough topics

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I've mentioned mentioned about taking from different motherhood

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very, very good question. I really like this question about explaining to someone the difference

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between taking a matter from the Quran and Sunnah and following your desires, will Allah is very good question because there is the adalah but there are issues you have to bear in mind for sure there are like for example, a person says none and I'm going to the Quran and the Sunnah on this. We had some students used to study with us they, they never stopped praying,

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shortening their prayers, and I'm praying at home. And they never prayed in the masjid and they never considered themselves to be mochi. And sometimes when you ask them and say, Actually, we're live in Madhava, Hadith you went now, you're gone. You're gone like, forget 19 days, 14 days, 15 days now. You are long standing.

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Two years.

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He says I'm taking from the Kitab and the Sunnah.

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And the Sunnah didn't come with a head for setup, which is true, it didn't.

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It didn't come with a guaranteed number for traveling and therefore, you know, I'm just doing the Kitab and the Sunnah. So the first thing is the person should be accessing the Quran and the Sunnah in a way that is appropriate to their level of knowledge. For example, if I'm accessing the Quran, sunnah, I'm starting with the simple books of Tafseer then I'm start with some slightly more complicated books of Tafseer. Looking at my teachers notes, what I'm not doing is just opening the Quran and make my own tafseer from the if you know, like, I'm trying to take it in stages according to my knowledge, loving the Quran and Sunnah being attached to it is wonderful, and you should be

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attached to it. And it shouldn't be following your desires to want to go into the Quran and the Sunnah. But ultimately it comes back to that famous statement, my letter or Mahalik, you need to know what is for you and what is against you. And no doubt at a very basic level at a very, you know level where you have not studied much, you really struggled to do that. And that's why

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really we say about tech lead in terms of complete tackling, it really is thorough, it's an essay, you cannot avoid it any when you have not studied anything, you have not memorized anything you have not learned anything. What will you what will you do, except ask someone and just take what they say.

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And even if I told you two people's opinion, you couldn't you couldn't evaluate between them. But as you gain knowledge in Islam, you do have the ability to evaluate. And so you tell people, it's about accessing the Quran and Sunnah in a way that is appropriate to your level of knowledge. And it's also about progressing in stages. So you're not jumping to stage 20 and making your own Tafseer and your own opinion on the hokum of the Hadith and everything, but you are

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reaching for the Quran and Sunnah. Because that's what we all should be doing for you're doing so in a way that's appropriate to your

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level of understanding, and you're doing so in a way that is consistent with the teachings of the scholars of Islam. I don't it's a vague answer. The question is quite big.

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Up to what period of time is each month

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while I the first of all, there are two types of each matter, right? There is each mat which is spoken of, and there is the massacre at silent H malware, basically nobody goes against it, I'm trying to simplify it for the process, we're sure we have some Assouline, the audience will save your life, just two simple man just make tell people, but simply and you have a situation where we all say in one voice, we agree. And you have another situation where someone says something very publicly and obviously, and nobody comes out and says you're wrong.

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No doubt, each map is much easier to prove when the numbers of people are smaller. And it's easy to make st app to have complete view of their works. The Sahaba the tabby aim is much easier.

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Where do you start to get to our time is very hard. It's very, very hard to you know, to bring the conditions of each map but you still have to have matters of mind you still have to have the concept. I don't think you know Allah azza wa jal didn't put a time limit where this concept expires. But

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it is harder and harder to achieve as time goes on. And I think and we'll get one of the brothers who specializes in soul to give us a proper lecture on it sometime.

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I'm gonna say this question slightly differently about whether it's permissible to ask for a delete

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it has to be permissible to ask for a delete and you have to be able to ask for evidence but you must be very careful in the way that you ask for it. You mustn't disrespect your teacher by like Chef, I don't take what you say to bring me a delivery but you must be focused on the daily focus on the evidences. So you

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You must actually say to people, you know, share us on Allahu Aleikum. abala Kofi come chef mela ani you may Allah bless you shade if I could ask you to understand this opinion better the where that where it came from share if you would wouldn't mind like that with respect you ask the chef for the evidence and not sure what I don't I don't take it from anybody until they give me I associate we've got an eye or otherwise I'm going out you have to you know you have to speak with respect.

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But you can ask for delivery and and people who are sincere in knowledge they love for you to ask that like remember like, look, when people asked him for evidences, and he loved it. He was like, you know, give me your sunnah Give me your delay now. And then they share the deal and he changes his

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students who are studying in an institute, which encourages absolute athlete in every level includes the study student not to progress beyond that. And they feel under threat. Yeah, for sure that can be a problem. Because you could have an institute where the emphasis is on absolute athlete, like, you know, and don't go ever ever ever go past it. I think we have to draw a line on the q&a. I mean, now because this this is fragile and so fragile. And the questions have like some of them six, seven, like questions are written on one paper so

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so it is hard. You don't disrespect your teacher. If you're not happy to institute you're studying and you go study in a different Institute, but you don't disrespect your teacher at the same time. You have the right to

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take the Kitab and the Sunnah and to attach your heart to it. And if your teacher discourages you from that, then for sure you know we go with what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, but at the same time no you I would say don't even get involved in the discussion. You know when the students are going around you or your son when you don't have a mentor but just to even get involved just say Salam on Allah excess tell Pharaoh letter op

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salaam to you I'm going to ask Allah's forgiveness for you. I don't why am I going to get involved indefatigability acts and respond in a way that's better? You know, don't don't get involved too much. Or if you do speak to someone speak with knowledge say so this is my issue here. I feel like the sheriff is saying to me that I must never try to see you know, the different opinions in the mouth habit, I must always just see everything through what he said. Then he could say no, because you know, you're at that level right? And that can be a discussion upon knowledge. But otherwise, just

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try not to get involved.

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along stuff,

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Allah He people asked, can we study with you and I will lie alongside you got to the stage where you want to study for me, it's, and it's not if you feel like look, you know, what I tried to do, honestly, is I tried to take what the scholars say and bring it into the English language. I try my very best to do it authentically. But

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anyways, I mean, people can study at a menu of course, it may use Institute is available, but that is led by your startup man who is deserving of you fought to study from him, and I'm just

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support supporting chefs working.

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As for South Africa will lie I wish I could recommend I do I can recommend one Institute and forgive me for this inshallah it doesn't cause controversy, but I did go to Cape Town and I was thoroughly impressed with Tyra Institute. I really was and they were lovely brothers who are doing a great job and working very, very, very hard.

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So I believe they have an online program. I don't know how detailed it is. But I That's not me saying there's no the institute that's not I'm just saying this is you know what, my Shaheed Anna in Lavina.

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Any I didn't know we can only bear witness for what we saw and it was an amazing Institute

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which madhhab is closest to the Sydney my personal opinion. I want to live here alive please.

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There's no way I can answer that opinion and get out of this Mr. Elana Rahim Allah Allah, Allah has mercy on you

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Wallahi in reality,

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I don't believe there is an answer to that question.

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I do think that there are advantages and disadvantages to muda hip I do.

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I'm very impressed with the soul of the chef area. I think that formula solely point of view and a kawaii point of view is very, very strong especially because you have writing from Imam a chef or him Allah to Allah. For sure you cannot beat the the reasoning and the intellectual evidences that you find in the Metalab of the plaintiff is very strong and they're debating is extremely strong.

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Don't debate with the Hanafi if you want to survive, they have

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Very, very, they're very, very, very strong in debating ally. But the point is that in reality, the Kitab in the Sunnah is what I want not, not to recommend the method depends on your teacher depends what's available to you, it depends on, you know, in terms of the artha, the method that has the least in terms of

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least in terms of azul, and the most like, I thought, I think somewhat of a roadmap document, because he was very against anyone making a method from him. He just wanted the Hadith. So it's, maybe it's closer to this issue of, you know, what we talked about mathematical Hadith, but then later on, people came in they put a surah they use the soul of others, like Chef A, and they, you know, they they kind of, you know, jumped on that as well. Like, can I can't I can't say what madhhab is closer to the sun. Now, just to say that we teach it meu chef, very method, check out our man can I do, Inshallah, one day if I finish all of my studies and necessary jazz art, etc, in the

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handling of herbs, then perhaps I would start to teach me you.

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I don't know if I will ever get any further than that. But I would like to.

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So the issue of the fact that what we find when we go to study or madhhab is we find to assume so someone says like, look, I go to study the method, as you said, I'm saying the curriculum, I'm trying to reach the Quran and Sunnah by fine people pushing me with us. So you do have to select your teacher, that's one thing, you have to select your teacher you have to be sensible about the type of Institute the type of teacher you have. Because once you've accepted that teacher, you are like a slave to that teacher. That's my thought from the self you know that. That when you take knowledge from someone, it's like you became like a slave to them and you become like, you serve

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them you look after you don't go You're so before you choose that person you have to choose, you know, you have to choose carefully. In reality, you do you have to choose carefully, who you take it from in the hands of anybody in farmborough Amantha Hoonah, Deena this knowledge is your religion. So be careful who you take your religion from. But you do have to take it from mache. You can't. You can't come you can't just take it from books and you know, things like that. So try to take it from reliable teachers and go look if the teachers are few and far between if it's rare, hamdulillah and they're not absolutely I mean, we met many many, many great teachers who are teaching Islamic

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studies in Johannesburg and Cape Town I'm sure they're also there in Durban as well. I'm not you'll find that but you have to go out and look tolerable in Lionel and Purohit and Jason like they say you don't get knowledge by resting your body. You get knowledge and mentality isn't that amazing? Jose said it. Let me see if I can get the exact quote from memory. I know inshallah I know from memory. He said, they asked him How did you get knowledge? How did you become a scholar?

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He said Be nephew. Their teammate

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was Sadie Philby, that

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was Saab bring Cassatt bring him up while recording caribou coral Quran I'll come close to that. He said

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they said to him, how did you get knowledge he said, I left off reliance upon anyone other than Allah. And I traveled all over the world

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and I was patient like a donkey some of them say can sobre Jima like hot like holding on to a coal and some of them say patient like oh, hold like Sorry, like a steak called like a steak like Sobral Jima like a stake in the ground. Like if you put a stake in the ground, the wind the rain hits, it doesn't move, or like a donkey. It just keeps going one foot in front of the other until it reaches destination and I get up early like the crew

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for things. Put your trust in Allah travel through the Earth.

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Put one foot in front of the other. Like the donkey until it gets to his destination will be like the stake in the ground the wind batters you you don't move and get up early like the crow and this Imam and Imam Imam Hashem

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okay, can any person use a single narration any single or had narration from Hadith from a single companion to establish to establish an evidence? Yes, with a condition.

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Now if I say yes, people say Come on, man, how do you know the company didn't make a mistake? How do you know it? The author didn't make a mistake. How do you know you're reading it from the correct print type be shocked. And that is that that narration fulfills the conditions of authenticity in the Hadith, according to the relevant have Hadith, and if that condition feels the authentic if it feels the authenticity from the scholars of Hadith, I don't mind if one person narrated it, or if 100 People narrated it. Let him

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He give you a proof.

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Every single one of us in all of them other people out about that hadith that you hear all the time again and again, which has the enamel Amal orbignya. We're in an equilibrium and our

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single Sahabi nobody narrated it except a single Tabby, nobody inherited from him except a single person. Single, single, single. And then later is spread out among the people. Hadith I had I had any there's nothing more I had and that hadith Buhari brought it the first Hadith in his book.

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By the way, the first Hadith were highly is I hadn't also the last one

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Kelim attorney

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Haviv attorney Allison fullfill attorney fees and heavy returning a lot of magic Hello behind this Valerie. It's also a hot so it's like Buhari is telling you Look, there's no problem with our hardware that fulfills the conditions of authenticity. Otherwise mutawatir there are no conditions of authenticity, except it's better to attach it.

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In for what I'm into Allah man, Hadith, this the people of Hadith, the motivator has no condition except one is better to it. That's it, you prove it's multilateral hulless you don't need to look at what's the thicker, thicker half is where half if 100,000 People you know come in and say to you something happen outside they will tell you the same thing. You don't need to line them up and say do you pray five times a day and do class it's motivated, you only need to prove to her to let it prove and Bella had the total us for our heart every single one of them you have to research it until you prove it from the science of Hadith. A Willow has Sahana Tosa is now to win a mission to

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Yahweh he added on Barbie to an amnesty he might attempt to feed up to you and actually so authentication there are the conditions of authenticity for the Hadith. If you have that it doesn't matter if one person narrated it, or 10 people narrated it, or 1000 people narrated it.

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What's your personal advice to an ordinary person wants to follow one madhhab I think I've given a lot of advice. Well, I just kind of put it on. Attach your heart to the Quran and the Sunnah don't have to ask. So don't Don't be fanatical.

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If you're going to study your madhhab, then you study it from the books of the mentor with the chef. If you're going to just want to know how to pray, then you find the best person you know to teach you and you ask them to teach you how to pray. And he I think I gave a lot of advice in the talk. But that's my my my summary.

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Can someone change their action if someone brings them a hadith?

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Absolutely. But this the Hadith has to be clear, it has to be clear to them. And that's the issue. And the Hadith has to be clear to them. That's the condition. So somebody brings him a hadith doesn't know it's authentic. It doesn't know it's not authentic. He doesn't understand it. He doesn't know if it's abrogate like he needs at least to understand the Hadith. So even someone brings him the Hadith as quick look at the explanation. Okay, Hudson Bukhari Hamdulillah. Authentic? Okay. All right. Yeah, I understood the I'm going to change of course, they can change in sha Allah to Allah. That's the that's the whole point.

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Okay, so this question, I'm going to leave it it's a good question. But I think it's an like, it's, I've spoken about some of the Akita issues significantly, so we don't need to necessarily go back there. Why? Because I don't want to confuse people between issues of aqidah and issues of faith. Because this is a szoba that people use to attack our athlete. They say your athlete is wrong, because you don't follow one of the 40 memes and that's like they, you know, they are mixing two things, smoke and mirrors trying to divert you away from one thing into another thing, or they say our Akita is right because it comes from the 40 Imams, but your Akita doesn't come from any of the

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four Imams. Yeah, he comes from Greece. So there's no

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you only didn't come from the 40 Mum, so don't any don't mix, Akita and fake. Can you explain to us the differences in Aqeedah between the four Imams and again, it's actually the question. I mean, it's nice question will lie. There's a nice book. It's called the aqidah of the 40. The creed of the four Imams translated into English

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What about taking the easier of two options? While I tested me today? We're like, it's hard. Yeah, it's really hard.

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It's hard to like, like,

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if both options appear to be Halloween. See, there's differences between the hola that Autobot in one says hello wants his haram here. You can't just say it's easier for me to go holla. But one says, you know, for example, there's some things we do like Kuru geminal, Hera, for example, for example, we know at least from my limited study, that it's not an obligation. It's not a pillar, according to the ACT enough to read Surah Fatiha in the Salah. Right? It doesn't invalidate your Salah.

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jumbo they said that is for the most part if you don't read it invalidate yourself. There's if there's a lot of there's a lot of qual, but generally speaking,

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what can we do? More than one of the scholars have that enough? They made it and I have the quotes. They said in this case, what we should tell the people to do is do what we'd sort of fatty Hawaii because according to them fucka Amata Salam Al Quran read whatever is easy from the Quran. And for us, satire is easy. And also Hello Jamel Hill as it gets you out of the problem now there is no difference of opinion everyone agrees and that's why the the fatwa from the Methodists read Fatiha we didn't see at the CD ma'am come up and start reading you know like so without sort of 30 Hey in any in any mischief. Why? Because here the ease is not about choosing one Halal one haram. It's

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about I can accommodate that. And it gets me out of the problem. So that sort of situation is okay. Two scholars one said to look you know, I'm not saying to you It's haram, you can do it and the other one said, I believe it's completely halal. Yeah, you can you know, you can go with it because it's easy for you. But you can't just choose one and your desires and you can't just you know, you can't take a halal haram and just choose the easier of the two

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will lie very beautiful question any is there any Imam which is the best Imam to follow? There is ultimately the truth or lie shadow Allah any I swear wala Illa de la isla Hi now there's one Imam, the best Imam you can follow. Which one?

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Rasul Salallahu is

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for suicide as for everybody else, everyone else is good in some things not so good. And others.

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You cannot like there are so so iclm is the what is the Imam that you follow? Absolutely. Everyone else had good things and things that, you know, things that they were better at and so on.

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What do people say what to say? When people say if you leave your mouth Have you following your desires? You can't call following the Kitab and the Sunnah following desires that's that needs any like, Yeah, but it's tough to see like why did the person leave this opinion? And what is the reason they did it? Is it because the Sudan Islam sunnah, this is Jumana? The sun, the HMR came that the Sunnah came clear to them? Is it because the Sona came clear to them? Or is it because they just don't like that opinion? Or, like you have to look at the reasons for it. But you have to have a deal for you see?

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I think I did give you a straight answer. I think people said I didn't give a straight answer to some questions. I think I think I did. So that's what I have for you.

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I don't have anything else. And I think I did give you a very straight answer. I don't I didn't hide anything, or I didn't.

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You know, pull out. Maybe they're asking us and give a straight answer, which meant have to follow. But that's because there isn't a straight answer any How can I tell you who which teacher do you have? Right now? Is the teacher teaching you any what books do you have access to? And what's the teacher? Like? What's your? I don't know how I can answer that question.

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Is it possible to implement all form of aid at the same time?

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To be knowledgeable or knowledgeable of them is possible. But implementing them at the same time? It's like, to me the question doesn't doesn't quite make sense. Like it doesn't quite quite match what the method is like? Because if a method is a curriculum, can you study them all at the same time, you're gonna get super confused.

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Could you practice them all at the same time? But if someone says it's allowed, and someone says he doesn't, how do you practice them both at the same time? So

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I mean, I don't think that like this issue, but can you follow the Sunnah as best you can. And that means that you might have some things you do that originally came from the Hanafi madhhab. And some things came from Chef and something. Yeah, of course, that's the point. I said to civets a Latin, the visa SLM. The introduction of shadowbanned is very powerful, very powerful. No one madhhab contains the prayer of the Prophet SAW Salem perfectly, not want.

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Every one of them has parts and other parts that are not included. So the end of the day, I'm not saying that you just pick and choose, but I'm saying that

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if you on your journey to come to the Quran and the Sunnah, by the end of it, you are in sha Allah taken from other Muda, hip and other sources, because as you grow, like I said, you start with the SDF and your madhhab. Then you look at the Flf outside, and sometimes you make an opinion that you say, actually, I believe genuinely here, that this opinion is actually stronger than their opinion in my mouth. And that takes time to come to and even your teacher might do it for you, you might say, but I'm just a regular guy. I'm never going to do that. But that's fine. Your teacher might have done it already for you how many times I'm

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amazed me, sometimes I see things I go to a masjid semester is very strong on a particular method. And I see things I'm like, Look, I'm not an expert on your method, but I really that's not in your method will lie.

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It's not.

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It's not you might have a far as I like, wherever I could not find it. I went back I went through all your books, I couldn't find this anywhere. They're like, yeah, because we made tablets is our third G Hardy. And we made this to be the correct opinion, even though their opinion doesn't exist inside the madhhab originally, so we imported it into them. And

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that's how many times all right, that happens. Type

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the moving of the finger in the tissue, how would

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this if these are like flip questions, right? So we might be moving off the topic. Now. Wallah, he, the majority of generations mentioned keeping the fingers still. And one of the generations mentions moving the finger, some of the scholars authenticated it and others didn't authenticate it. I personally believe it is authentic. But the fact that it's not narrated, except in a very small number of narrations to me would indicate that it's something that you can do some times, and maybe other times not.

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But in any case, and I don't see any problem with doing it all the time. If I mean, I believe that hadith is authentic with regard to it, but it's not the majority of what's written narrated about the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam

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on the day of alpha to be fast local citing or do it faster for hedges.

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In general, in moon sighting in alpha or anything else, there are two mainstream opinions. And this is what the scholars have felt they call it if they love Alma toilet, or they call it at about 11 matar or something like that. Do you now take into account regional differences is when people use the word local, local is the wrong word to use? It should be regional, because a month lag is like the same moon you see, like, it doesn't like okay, I'm in South Africa. And the other one is in the south, they see the same moon, I think they might be in a politically different border. But the moon is the same moon they're looking at. So regional differences. And there are scholars who strongly

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brought the Hadith about regional differences and others who didn't.

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I personally, the way I see it is that as long as your local masjid and your community has a legitimate way of determining the beginning of the month, you should go with the local community. As long as it's legitimate, meaning they follow a mainstream opinion that has evidence as for the one who says, you know, like I calculated that it's not possible for our for next year to be on this day. This is no nobody's This isn't Nobody said this. So this is this. This is not correct. So what I say is that in this issue of Moon sighting, the correct opinion is either you have get a bottle from our planet. You say that? Yes, the regional differences count. Or you say they don't if they

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don't count, what do we say? Any reliable sighting of the moon anywhere in the world? Not sure. I mean, this thing of Ceridian.

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Personally, me personally, I don't know where it came from. Our mission sir dia told us you must not do this, like make Ceridian? If so the faster we fast and if they don't fast, we don't fast. The reality is there are two mainstream opinions. One of them is we take into account regional differences. The other one is a global sighting. As long as that global sighting is reliable now that means there are some countries who sadly don't use a reliable method of months it

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they look okay, Saudi said Wednesday we've seen the moon on Friday, next Wednesday if we could do it, as long as we don't do on the same day as Saudi that's not my table for me. I'm never going to take that I'm going to say your coal is multitude because it's just how you're not interested in whether you saw the moon or you didn't you're just interested that you don't want to do on the same day as them but this is how it Manitoba ILAHA you see the person took their god is their desires. As for the person who this person has a genuine like they saw the moon and they have a genuine system of Moon sighting. It's reliable. Yeah, you can you know if you believe that there is no regional

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difference, you can take it but you go back to your Masonic in this because what's the point in having a masjid where one guy does it on Wednesday on Thursday and the other one on Friday? Like instead look at what your Musharraf said as long as it's a reliable mainstream opinion that they're using, then inshallah this you may follow them in that inshallah. Personally,

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I was very keen on the regional thing.

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I looked into it, I did some research and I sort of went towards the issue of the global sighting but like I said, my opinion doesn't count because I'm not here in our Masjid. We use Global sighting and in the UK, we say that wherever the moon is reliably cited in

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In the world, we're going to apply it ourselves but it's very possible to the opinion for regional citing has strong evidences for it as well

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alpha or anything else, like alpha doesn't differ from anything else that I used to say yes it does like you know, out of the Muslims altogether, but in reality a day you know, the start of the month is the start of the month. Yeah. Like I don't you could argue that for global citing that this is one of the reasons why but I don't I don't I don't see that there's a difference in that and Allah azza wa jal knows best.

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Okay, where did the scholars take it that women's Salah is different from men's?

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So there's a lot of there are some real differences right? To where the Imam the lady who's an Imam, where does she stand in the south side, there's a difference in where the lady she stands in the south.

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But some of them took it from issues of I don't know if it's correct to say issues of mocassin or issues of like, looking at the situation of what is intended by the Sharia and issues of higher and things like that. But in reality, you know, the prophets I some set in them and the cell Shaha equal region, I'll come across why Salem, women are the full Sisters of men. Everything that's described for a man applies to a woman, everything described to a woman applies to a man unless you have a delille to make it separate. And there's no prayer better than the prayer for a woman. There's no predators and the practice have yet and they didn't distinguish for the most part, except on those

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things that underrated in the Hadith. What's the truth about wiping socks?

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They get wet. I don't know a life well lived.

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through it. I guess the issue is wiping over the hoof there is.

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It's a long topic. I will try to I don't know we don't have a lot of time into mobile. So how long do we have?

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Seven minutes. Okay. So wiping over the socks is a mess. LFP Of course, from it is the issue of putting it on in Tara, you wash your feet and then you put your socks on, and the socks being

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getting the leather hoof that's agreed upon, or whether they can be Joe added made from wool, and that's a matter of the scholars differed about many of the Sahaba appear to have wiped over woolen socks and Allah knows best. On top of that, does the sock have to be of a certain thickness? This goes back to the issue of the ill in the ruling is the purpose of wiping over the socks tayseer To make it easy or is the purpose the fact that it holds water.

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I see the purpose is to see it in this but I still wouldn't wait for three minutes alarm stand. I still would wipe over socket so thin you can see your feet through it.

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I believe the niqab is obligatory to be honest with you I will lie I do. I believe in a carbon covering the hands is a bigotry. Of course the scholars differed over it by that's my you asked my personal opinion. That's my personal opinion. Someone gets badly injured and can't help themselves to make TM

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and there's no one to assist him. What does he do? So someone is in a situation where they are really in a terrible situation in a hospital bed not lifelike. They can't get up they can't make tea on them. And there's no one willing to help them for Tapachula homicidal data do the best you can wherever they can do do and wherever they can't do prayers they off because they do the best that they can possibly do. And we'll see if they can wait until the time still hasn't gone out yet they can wait for someone to come and help but if there's like three minutes left to market if they haven't paid us or they already late for us if there's nobody there they do you know try to reach

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your hands to some just try your best if they couldn't do it at all prayers. You are for tequila. Hi, Mr. Carlin?

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was a big question was very good question any very briefly, you find Kitab a jihad in the books of so what's your thoughts on this? No doubt. Jihad actually comes into two things. It has an aspect which is Arkady Aqeedah. Like, who do you perform jihad with? Do you perform it with every leader or do you only perform it with the righteous leader had a son that he said we performed you have with every Muslim ruler, whether he is righteous or whether he has shortcomings? That's an Akita issue. The Aqeedah issue, only some of the Aqeedah issues, you know, can anyone just get up and just start their own movement today as an Akita issue, to be honest, but then there are issues, there are

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issues about sharing the war booty and what the general is allowed to do if he thinks he's going to be defeated and there are issues about obedience and grief in the army, there are a lot of issues and they are studied in topic of. So to get a good understanding of this you need the Aqeedah issues in there. And you then need to go to the above effect and you take it like any other topic of filth, in sha Allah to Allah and from there, you will take benefit can you make tech lead in Akita For a layman, you must never make

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It took leading up to like, you must never be satisfied with just somebody told you this is the right thing to believe. No, you must always strive to search for the truth but there are times when you could not get that truth immediately. But you must always always strive because Allah said well either Akela homophobia or Madonsela, Karlova, Natalia mal fina and they

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are well okay about one layer clean on a sheet and what I had to do when it said to them follow what Allah revealed, they say we follow what our fathers were doing, even though their fathers did not understand anything and we're not guided okay, there's a method question sooner not just to the particular method and I'm acquainted with it I've later on studied other modalities and opinions and often approached by people.

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You have to answer according to and you have to answer according to what you believe to be the best thing for that person and the closest to the suddenly that's what you have to answer. You can't answer like look, Matthew Kadima Jedi like you have to answer according to what you believe is the correct now if you've said you took to Mother hip, maybe you took one as a muscle and one you took three Lafayette but you have your opinion about what's right and wrong, you must give them the correct answer. You can't give them the answer which is like just this is the answer for you and this is the answer for someone else haram for you halal for you. You have to give them what you

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believe to be the correct answer. We have two more questions I don't we can quickly Squeezy Theoden goes No problem. We just pause. I want to get married to a girl I went to her dad and told her about the marriage. He said I already gave you my daughter but I'll get back to you after a week. He didn't get back to me. So change his mind. I went to another shift and I got married to her without the family knowing. For me the marriage is not acceptable like not only from the issue of kneecap and Walibi rolling, but it's not it's not honorable, it doesn't lead to protecting people's chastity. It doesn't lead to honor and it doesn't lead to protecting the community even if even if

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you believe that there is no need for the rally in the Nikka this kind of action brings disrepute upon Muslims and people so I believe that you should repeat with permission for fall.

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Shall we just going to take one minute to two minutes maximum just to finish the program because there is no benefit to coming back now after after mother first of all, what's the most important science to study first Arcada then fifth so you know what to believe and you know how to practice how important is Akita for a cure extremely important because if you have the wrong belief in Allah, Allah wouldn't accept your deeds so it's extremely important on the website of the EBU Academy is a student receive a digital certificate, how will they receive it when they finished each book or each Mahara each stage can you give us a path to follow to understand the medina nama you we give you

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that path you could maybe if you were not interested in studying from us but you just wanted to take the medical the introduction just to get more details of what we did today then yeah, this could be a good path inshallah. Can you parents take you along as well knowing and not usually unless there's a clear reason for them to do so. Like for example, they saw It's haram or they saw that it's not good for you? What about those who take their filth without a specific madhhab like shareholder value Rahim Allah Allah there's nothing wrong when we mentioned this that is coal martaba is an opinion it's a valid opinion that it's possible to take the your opinions Yanni and the shifted and

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go outside of them at that he'd be any completely but he just didn't stick to one particular method.

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What about those people who make tech fear and

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procurement things like that was the acne problems are key the issue and we could deal with that in Akita inshallah what's the ruling of the general person who calls the Alamo without checking the source. There's no problem in that in in fact, that is what we said your average person doesn't check the source. He can't even the Imam says share vary but he doesn't know where these imam who is his man following which books which part of the method which he doesn't know so he has to trust the knowledge of the chef that he asked the question to my dear brothers Giacomo, okay. And I apologize for the slight delay. Her the Allahu Allah wa salatu salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa ala early he was

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happy as mine

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