al-Wasiyyah as-Sughraa – The Concise Legacy Advice Book

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Also known as

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we continue what we start last week, which is reading from the book, which is known as a loosely to surah. And that's a name was given to it otherwise it was just

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a letter an addition. And

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a reminder

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for scholars by the name of a person have been used

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to GVS sub t or Mr. Moqtada, who met Scheffel Islam with me and other scholars as well. And he has asked them to me to give him an advice and write for him an advice. We'll see. Yeah, a reminder that he can take it with him back to his country into his family and students and to benefit from it. And he asked him to advise him with something that it will

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improve his benefit to him in his Dean's religion and in his dunya and he's worried like something very general. And also recommend for him a book that you can rely on when it comes to Elmwood Hadith. And also that he can show him or tell him about what is the best of deeds that he can do after the obligations. Then he said to him, and we will be in Lee Archer Alma Castle Shami, what is the thing that will

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I will get benefit from it the most, the most profitable thing, that profitable thing that I can do.

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And all this should be done in a very concise way. That's why we call them the concise legacy short manner, because you drooly reminder should be short reminder should not be long. One of the brothers once told me

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and he's very old, his older gentleman, one of the Darat.

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He basically told me that upon his graduation, and that was in 1970s, okay.

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He graduated from college, Sharia, I think in the 70s, late 1970s. So he said, I asked Chefman bas Rahim, Allah, Allah, I said to him, I just graduated from Kalia to Dawa, and I'm going to be a day and a chef, give me an advice. Then the chef said, make sure you leave people before they leave you. Make sure that when you address people and you talk to them, leave before they leave. And in your class, while it's still there, don't wait until everybody start moving and leaving, then you finish your class. Instead, you don't know how much this advice benefited me in my data and my career and my work with people. So the point is that advice, the more

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if you can make it short and you can make it clear, that's a blessing. That's why one of the big differences between the advices and the reminder and Elm of a self versus the Elm of an Aleph that a setup was much shorter and much simpler, simpler. And also clear.

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Simple clear, short,

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practical straight to the point and ever read the book that by Raja Ibrahim Allah difference between the ELMO Stella and Hara. He mentioned that Rahim Allah Who, tada

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there is something that I would like to say that and we'll see Yeah, here it means an advice. Okay. Because also also Yeah, could mean the thing that you're the well that you're right after your death or to be read after your death and the will that is for death is something that we study in the books and the will that you write for your family to follow after your death is an important and in Nabi SallAllahu Sallam encourage people to have it and usually this will so yeah, contain the following points. And number one is assets and money, how it should be distributed. And if you

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you emphasis on that and to identify what is for you, and what is against you. So anything has to do with your finance. And the other element of wasa is something has to do with your barrier.

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On, where to be buried, how to be buried who's in charge of your burial. And the third one, the third point and and we'll see ya later we'll see you must contain as well.

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If you have any sadaqa or charity that you want to give and who you want it to be given to, also in Halawa, that you basically have an IT, you appoint who will be the guardian of your minor children, if you have minor children, and the fifth one, which is Anwar Surya to appoint who will be the willie of your daughters when they are getting married. And that's an important point to be added, as sometimes the willie can be someone who's completely any, you appoint someone who's not even relevant to you, relative to you, maybe a friend, and you appoint him as the wedding for their daughter. Because sometimes the Willie, who will be in charge of the marriage after their death,

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someone is yes, he's maybe blood relative, but very far away. Like for example, would it be my brother, for example, who lives overseas, and he never met my daughters Yeah. Or he didn't have a relationship with my daughter's that will be a problematic unit because he doesn't know who she is. And maybe he'll not know the best he will not know the her well, and he will not look after her best interests, or maybe the uncle is live far away or hard to communicate with. So it became much much better for the person to appoint someone that was close someone who trusted Kavita Welly for

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the daughters, who's getting married. And finally, the person included in the law. So yeah, there's something has to do with any reminder, any was a year for his children, to remind them of Allah subhanaw taala the importance of Salah the importance of cat the importance of making dua for him, if there is some relatives, he wants to emphasize the importance of making reaching out to them and looking after them something of that nature that a person will write. So these were the points, the main the six points that every will so you should have and enamel. Kodama Hema la have brought our sia in it a beautiful reminder to children. And it was basically printed a separate book, but it's

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something that you can look at. And you can benefit a lot and learn from it. I'm not sure if it was translated to English or not, but it is available in Arabic, they will say, You know what diameter is children. And it's very moving actually. Words and other other models. Also, what's the lasagna, think of Sally rod also to his son or not mistaken. And many other scholars have have written will say, for them, as we'll see. It's really It's something to stand out of New Jersey I think as well.

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In any case, and we'll see Yeah, when it comes to advice, seeking it and giving it to something unfortunately today, missing a lot between us as a duet between us as Muslims as students of knowledge and individuals organizations that we should advise one another and we should seek advice from one another. And even though an imam Allah Medina passing, to GV

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he is a scholar himself half of the Quran arranger books of Hadith, still, but still seeing what he asked him and to me about, you know, those are the amount of Hammam Allah, Allah was cared for the deen for the Eman for their hearts. And always see, we're seeking, you know, advise that to remind them of almost kind of data. And we take it serious.

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And this is something that it is important for us to keep among ourselves that

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we ask each other for advice. And when we give advice, you're going to see how I've been Tamia Rahimullah put so much emphasis and focus on the quality of this also. Yeah, to the extent that it became so famous that we are here today, between Houston Texas and

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United Kingdom that we are reading it we are reflecting upon it. And we are occupying this hour with every week because it became very famous, very well known very beneficial. So when someone asks you for advice, make sure that you give them that advice and be sincere in it. And we should encourage that type of practice between us because Allah subhanaw taala when he described the inheritor of gender, those who are not pleased with them, he said to us all the sobre la tawassul been Mohammed. Well also in that incident if you host Liliana and

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Meanwhile, I mean just slightly hot water wasabi will help with the wasabi saga that we'll see that reminder of each other's that you know benefiting each others and remind each other it's important at federal prayer I was telling my community that didn't be SallAllahu Sallam in a Chanel was said canon Nebby so solid when his friends comes to him and sit with him, they will not leave before and

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they will call Yanni they will Yeah, salaam Shipman, adult adult it means American law have two opinions. One, the majority said they'll mean that the ACA and they will eat something so every time that they gather with the porcelain, he will give them some food

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and the other opinion said no. And Daddy Rahim Allah mentioned that he said no, this is a metaphor, which it didn't to be some not known to be able to give food every time you meet people. But what it means it means every time that they gather with the process every time that they sit with the person every time that they meet the prophets of salaam he did not just give them food no, he might do that sometimes, but more important that they will not leave before he gave them something beneficial. So it's a metaphor yeah as because elements like food food nurture your your body but to element knowledge nurture your salt so every time and if somebody gives them something that it will benefit

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them or reminder that it will benefit to them are here on the low data

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and I think I mentioned any example of how set of cared for and we'll see you last time

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in any case, it will inshallah we'll start with the actual was the year

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that he wrote him on model Tara so

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we'll start from him saying All Praise be to Allah

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Who is our reader today?

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are you guys there?

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Okay, somebody speaks

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it's not about the chat. It's about talking.

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I'm asking questions.

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You can unmute yourself

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Okay, who wants to read?

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I can, I can do this.

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might even obviously have a lot of mighty and sublime.

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Yeah, from him saying All Praise be to Allah.

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All Praise be to Allah Lord. Just just

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I mean,

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just when you read slowly, so you stop at each sentence

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loaded before you start sorry, before you start, the one who wrote this book has rights upon us. So every time we read his book is right upon us to make dua for him. So you say the author Rahim Allah said or shareholders limiting Him, Allah said, and so forth. So he has at least this right upon us to make draft for him.

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To him Allah said, or there's been a lot of demands on us, but there was, I know if normalcy are more beneficial than that of messenger SallAllahu Sallam for the one who understands it. So

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hold on.

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Here, the author Rahim Allah starting his writing with Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen

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it is from the Sunnah of the Quran and the Sunnah of the prophets of Salaam. That you start talking with Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah that's why al Fatiha start with Al Hamdulillah blurry and it's the beginning of the Quran. And also Nabi SallAllahu Sallam when he addressed people when he gave reminder to people who used to say Alhamdulillah that's why he starts his hot water Juma.

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which is a reminder to leave which is a reminder with Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen or in hamdulillah men who want to stay you know, okay. And

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even Timmy Rahimullah did not start with a solid was did not say Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah and I'm saying this because some people think that the desonide to start your speech with a salatu salam ala Rasulillah Salam o Allah is Allah there is no any Hadith authentic or any Hadith actually as far as I've been Tamia Rahim Allah is specifically said to start your speech with us salatu salam ala Rasulillah this has not been something that documented in the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Allah what we have in the sunnah to start Bismillah or to start with Alhamdulillah so it's not a sunnah recommended thing to do, but it is permissible because in Nabi SallAllahu Sallam started his

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speech and he said those who start his speech

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could look at me like that will be hamdulillah every speech did not start with an hamdulillah it will be not a perfect are not complete will not complete that famous Hadith in certain videos. And it is by the collective of it as narration it can be called Hasson

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also, there is a narration that said the decree law the mentioning of Allah. So if you're going to say a salatu salam ala Rasulillah is part of the chroma that's fine. That's it is permissible, but the practice of the Prophet SAW Salem, what we know from his sunnah Salama Salah it did not start that with a salat wa salam. So not only you say that if you mentioned in the beginning, I shall do Allah Allah illallah wa shadow under Muhammad Rasul Allah and in this case you should say some lava Allah your early wa salam

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Yeah, and I just want to mention that they've been teaching me how to handle Allah is very

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particular and what the words that he use, okay. And here, he said, and I know of no was the year more beneficial than of what Allah and His Messenger SallAllahu Sallam for the one who understand it for the one who under standard. This is an incredible statement. Actually. We learned from this that the best we'll see the best advice the best reminder. It is. If it is from the Quran and Sunnah or it is based on the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Allah, Allah, Allah said, So many times we think that we can give an advice with a nice quote from here and there, that's fine. But the best, the most beneficial is the one that is from Allah, His messengers of Allah says, You will

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never better find better code, you will never find a better statement. Okay? But, but I said or based on the Quran and Sunnah because sometimes language when you translate something from one language to another, it is not as powerful as it is original wording, but that's why I said to base that you can reword what you see in the Quran and Sunnah. For someone who doesn't understand Arabic in their own language in a way that is more it is powerful, it is poetic, it is

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perfect sense but the concept has to be based on the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and we should learn that we always seek guidance from the Quran and Sunnah. Today people can look to what I preparing a talk. Some people that make the Quran and Sunnah in the end of their research, the most like not the center of their focus. They're not looking at what Allah said, and Muhammad was upset about this concept. They will spend so much time and looking at what a psychologist you know, research new research said what the trend is. And in the end, you just stick a kid a verse or a hadith, just to stick to the subject. That's that's not

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the only the best way of advising people and reminding people should always apply sooner became a central of our advisors and to connect people with the Quran and the Sunnah of the process. It is so important when we give advice to people is to connect them to the Quran and Sunnah to make the hearts always honored.

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Once an imam Allah said to one of his students is, yeah for Dan, and attach it so unser

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I forgot the person's name now. He said,

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I am to surprise. It's a by what your email. He said some people in our culture home Carla, Carla Rasulullah let me know what I can either alter Omkara Funan, honey hourly.

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Some people who tell them Allah said and the muscles are Salam said, they will not submit they will not only accept it fully. But if you tell them that was so and so said they will immediately accept. And he sent people to tell them, hey, this is the proof for this. This is what Allah said, this was the Hadith said, Oh, I don't know. But but the same person if you tell him, hey, that's what the Shafilea said, Oh, that's what the Hanafi said, Oh, the hammer is the Maliki said Hollis immediately will submit

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not even question it.

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And that's a problem. That's a problem.

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Let's test that that's a result of wrong tarbiyah wrong bringing up that connector VM. There is an i glory, the human beings opinions and talk over what Allah has mentioned so far. I've said I understand the rhythm I understand the text and stuff. But that's not my point. My point is that even if you want to say mashallah, excellent, how you will take the next step and he said, how this been understood, but there is people

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in if you dig deep into the heart, you will find that they have humans opinions and you know, researcher and doctors and you know PhD holders and you know modern science will have higher level than heart impact on them than what Allah spied on and

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you know, if you tell them hey, a smoking is haram is not going to be like, showing him data's and an information about how smoking or tobacco has killed people every day.

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Don't misunderstand me. I'm not against you using these data as informations and Newser research, that's fine.

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But what I want us to make sure that ourselves and our community and our students and our

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people around us that they always have a lost forgotten message and the highest level

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of honoring and accepting that happened by what, by always connecting them to the Quran and Sunnah.

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And always make the reference in the person as much as we can.

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He said

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Pay for we'll see from Alamos 11am For Aman Rossia, Illa lumen Abdullah salam to those who understand it

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in order for you to benefit from any advice you have to understand

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and if this is the case, you have to make your advice what understandable, clear, simple,

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by understanding it only know and here you have

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a missing part in your, in your, in your at least in my copy. I mean, understand it, then you have a period.

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Yeah, is a PDF No, no, the Arabic the Arabic When I compare between two, there is a missing word. And this is important word he said to do for the one who understand it. What Tada and follow it and practice it. That's a very important word to be missing. I know what tubba

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so, you know,

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follow it and practice it.

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And that's something important here that in order for you to benefit from any knowledge that you have transfer this knowledge to action

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and also want to note to say

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that Allah said manlam Your title

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Bill Quran was sunnah Farah wow the whole lot. One of the statement that was

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reported from Omar Abdulaziz I believe, he said those who are Quran and Sunnah will not be a good reminder for them. Okay fellow Allah Allah He may draw against me the Allah never benefit them from anything.

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And if the Quran person is not going to move your heart is it may Allah never make anything move your heart.

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And here that means you have somebody something more higher. You know

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Then Allah Subhan Allah and His Messenger in your heart.

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If Allah telling you all Hamid haram and that doesn't move you for Allah tells you that this is a haram relationship. Adultery is haram Riba is haram Riba is just a corruption to the money. And if that doesn't move you, but what moves you is, or Allah tells you Marshall Zika is important, but doesn't move you much, but what's move you a lot and you get so excited to say, Oh, the World Bank does find that if everybody give 2.5% of their wealth, there is no poverty will be love. MashAllah sikat Yeah, have you that doesn't mean that means that you believing in that report came from that entity, and that make more impact in your heart and what Allah and His Messenger Assad said.

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One person said, there is a Hadith that you read, you know, Hadith that

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zubaba which is the flight that all the above your means the fly or any insect Yanni, when it fall into your drink, and you dip it, you know the hottie, then you take it out, and you basically, if you wish to drink, you can drink but don't drink it before you do it, although yet.

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He said, I used to be so disgusted by this hobby. That's a chef said that. And he wrote his book, and in his book mentioned this story. He said it used to be disgusted by this heavy. And I said, snap never would teach this. And nobody so salaam said Islam is the religion of cleanness and health and stuff like that. And he said, That's disgusting.

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And he said, until I read a research done by a German or somebody like that, who found out that this actually interesting, because when you dip it there is an antibacterial, and usually in one of the wings, so it will be released and that will make it safe, blah, blah, blah. And I said Subhana Sadhak Rasul Allah at that point. Sarah Carrasco, Allah, if you're not signed up, the persona is truthful, but you're not. But you believe in the German. You know, more than that, what the prophets are Salam said, that's what it chose. And that's very unfortunate, that you have people have this problem with that with remote whatever comes from other than the last part of data. And then so

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solid more

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Then he said, a lot of good continue.

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There we'll see of Allah the Exalted the first time that's enough. First Starburst at the mercy of Allah exalted is mentioned in the following if I was with a machete,

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while I was saying, Allah Zeno to get a meal called likoma, commanded Tang, or, Verily, We have enjoined on those who were given the book before you aren't on you all Muslims, to fear Allah.

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This verse, this verse, is our Seiya to everyone. Why it is the most beneficial, we'll see. Because it's for all human beings. It doesn't matter what kind of level of Emmanuel have, you still need to have top of Allah doesn't matter if you're a scholar, or you're an ln person, you still have to feel a lot, your student of knowledge or not, you're an app, you're a worshiper or a student of knowledge. Okay? You're a male or a female, young or old, a righteous or a sinner. This verse and this will say yes, is for all that's why I was on set for those who have given them a book before you. Okay, and Lavina O'Toole Kitab Minh company come? Is it Lavina Otto Kitab, the Jews and

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Christians Yes, but also can include other than the Jews and Christian in this sense, because every nation Allah have sent them a book and send them a messenger.

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So here it could means that everybody is included in this verse, Every nation before you

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included in that Basia that almost further ordered them to do this. We'll see. And if you say that Ladino Otto keytab that the Jews and Christians because this Allah will be similar to them. So they will see that was given to them should be given to us as well. Very important to us because we are following their footsteps. What Yeah, come and to you, so they will see you to the people of the book and to you and it toppled law and a taco Allah and I'll see ya with duck wala is something so common. And the prophets of Allah Salam used to sit in hot water Juma and hope butterly and hope but in Mecca. You know, in many occasions that didn't be so Salam will remind me

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Have that Taqwa he will

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randomly maybe even mentioned. He said Salam Salam in me at calcagni Allah I am the one who have more Takoma yet I asked a lot to forgive me 100 times a day and this Helen's a Muslim

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a duck one duck one

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and type two comma haram Allah you live with Allah for bait

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well I'm definitely I'm I'm not Allah and to do what Allah ordered me to do. I need to fulfill the obligations and to abstain from the Haram The prohibited things. That's how Omar Abdullah ISIS defined the word a taco

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any fall even Habib has the famous interpretation, which is and Tamela b ba Tila arugula, Minh Allah,

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tada to throw up Allah, one Petrochem Alcea to Allah and elude him in Allah

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Maha Abdullah is to do the obligations or to fulfill the obligations or what you've been ordered to do with the light with the guidance of Allah, seeking the word of Allah and to leave what Allah forbade you with the guidance through the guidance of Allah with the light that provided from a loss of data which is the guidance and fearing the punishment of the loss panel or to add

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a hopeful middle Julian when amor will be 10 Z wa

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arriba our family realestate dot don't do

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this kind of I think that's vited me out something something similar to that, that to prepare yourself for the day of judgment and to be self sufficient and content with the little that before before the much any can be contented with whatever almost Matala provide for you to practice what Allah Subhana Allah have revealed 10 Zero to the Quran, sunnah, and to fear Allah subhana wa Tada and to honor him that there is no you guys been seen so many

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definitions and one of the most also famous one, when Omar asked Abu Hurayrah and abora say, Dr. Omar, see if you walk in a garden that have a lot of plants that has formed, how would you do

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you know, Mona said, I will

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control our hold my thumb my my garments, so to not stuck in one of these thorns. And I will bring it closer to our body basically. And I will walk carefully. He said that's Dukkha

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that's how you live your life.

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You bring your stuff together. And you watch out for these things that it will you know, and make yourself stuck in it or Terrot or injure you or cut you. Whatever it can harm you. You basically have a control over yourself and your watch careful. That stuck to Allah.

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For a student of knowledge like you guys, I can go extra step

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by telling you a Taqwa. Duckworth is used in the Quran and Sunnah and the statement of the LM app

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on three levels and pay attention to the level number one

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attack which is equal to the word actor heat

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or hostile Eman, hostile Islam that the main

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or the main principle of the religion

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Okay, which is the foundation

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Okay, so that's what a tough one means. So when Allah subhanaw taala said in my talk about Allah Who Minamata pain Allah except from the tepee yeah and from the people of tau eight from the people who have the sound, basic slap

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you follow

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through MeLuna Gill guillotine tackle one another avoid the mean if he had to do we will save them clinically the more headin they will not remain in hellfire.

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So Taqwa can mean this level. Then a Taqwa also used to a second level, which is those who fulfill the obligations and abstain from the Haram

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but the duck will also come

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and be a third level

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which is where as you fulfill the obligation and you do the thing that it will benefit you from in the you care to do everything that will benefit you from the recommended act and you will abstain from the Haram and you abstain from the thing that it will not benefit you in the alpha

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it will not benefit you which is we call macro hot dislike, it will not harm you. But I will even not come close to it because it will not benefit me.

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So, I abstained from that.

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That's the highest level of toggle.

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And every time you read the word the top one the Quran, it could have one of these three levels.

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And it couldn't be the same one and deserting the three levels.

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Type can someone a few tell me

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how can you apply these three levels? On the verse and sort of glory I'm gonna I'm also gonna film men who never did Latina taco. We will save the people of Taqwa.

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How can you apply these three levels to the concept of we will save the people of Taqwa from hellfire.

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Let's see.

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The first

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article right. So the first would be

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of the first level of Taqwa. So because he has Eman so there's a hadith which says that even those who has a

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minus of Eman he will be taken out of the handle. So even energy saving eventually eventually correct eventually he will be saved doesn't mean that you will not be in hellfire. But Najat eventually this is for the Anwar the basics, the minimum

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the one who fulfilled the obligations, the ones who fulfill obligations that avoids the haram. So he will be given a he will be saved from the handle absolutely top the highest level and then the highest level would be those who do the obligation of sacred haram and keep it away from those which can lead to haram or the mcru

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Saving won't be what will be an absolute Saint will not even see the Hellfire

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old be like like the Hadith said like the light above the Hellfire across the bridge like a light you know like a speedy when

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you see how it works. So and everything like that. Yet a couple Allah, Allah accept from those the basic, the minimum amount of accepted obligations, more reward 10 times double. Those who perfect the Islam and the taqwa and Nevis, 700 double they get for everything that they do. And so the Islam can dissolve submitter, those who perfected Islam, every deed that they do, it will be rewarded 700 And up.

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So you see that understanding these three levels of Taqwa is so important to help you to reflect upon the verses in the Quran.

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By which level of Taqwa Allah order us here, all three and it took Allah to have all these three

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that's the wasI of Allah That means I cannot live the minimum and I should strive for the maximum

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when applied was seen in Medina O'Toole, Kitab and publikum. But Jakob chiffchaffs was signer

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was silent continuously.

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We advised them continuously we we

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reminded them

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advise them

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not one time. No. Continuously.

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And by the way

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do you guys understand the word we'll see. Yeah.

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We'll see. Yeah.

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It has an indication of something any, it's not like we alter the People of the Book.

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A lot. So what am I gonna what I'm gonna do there we'll see it has an extra meaning. What does that mean? And we'll see it comes only

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I'm someone

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to someone that he likes like a give once a year to someone that I like. I give it to someone who's close to me

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and will see you at all shows that I care for you. That's why I wrote this well that's what I wrote this was a year. So that shows you that this thing that Allah is not going to tell us something that she care for. Something that Allah subhanaw taala wants us to have

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it's like when you write or see at your son, it gives so much there's so much warmth in it. There is so much closeness and it

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by Mr. manleigh Then he said

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when the profits are sent was really low and who to Yemen enjoying the following upon him from wild fear Allah wherever you may be, and follow up a bad deed with a good one and it will wipe you out. Don't use fear Allah just use the word taqwa, it tequila,

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tequila wherever you may be and follow up a bad deed with a good one until YPL and behave towards people with beautiful manners.

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So here, it shows you that this will say yeah, it is the CEO of Allah and His Messenger SallAllahu aliados.

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It is study that also Yeah, that didn't be some Allahu Allahu alayhi wa salam have for the ad as well.

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And not only my ad, but for all of us.

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How did we come to that or like understanding? Because then it'd be so sudden what you said is always something that it is legislation for all of us. It's not only specific demand, and if Murad

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was giving this will say yeah, this

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reminder. And he is my there'll be a lot and then you will know who he is right now.

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Prior to that, that we should take advantage of the posse as well.

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And this hadith

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hadith is very famous, reported by the member Tirmidhi Rahim Allah and the limit parameter Muslim. And it's one of the 40 Hadith that no your mama mentioned in this collection, which is he believes in its authenticity. And

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there is a whole debate over how is this headed authentic or not authentic. There is a great deal of debate between the scholars of Hadith that your hammer home Allah that your hammer Allah came to the conclusion that this hadith by all the different Shin of narrations or chain of narrators that we have and the different ratio for this hurry, if you add all them together as many of them week, but if you add them together, they are individually but if you add them collectively, you might have this headache to be reached the level of hassle, which is acceptable is acceptable.

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I don't remember right now, but I think Emily also said it has on side it means that if you collect it, it will reach to the level of acceptable Hadith.

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And the Hadith became very well known among guerrilla mounted

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and used by the scholars Michel Barnier him also authenticate this hottie

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Yes, go ahead.

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Water the law had high status in the eyes of the profits or loss, for he once said to him, oh my God, Allah I truly I love you. Sometimes the messengers alone, Absalom would let Why'd the doula one who were behind right behind him on the same mount.

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It is also underrated about him that he is the most knowledgeable person in the Ummah about the issues of halal and haram. I eat an awful under prohibited matters, and that on the Day of Resurrection, He will be raised up one step ahead of all of the people of knowledge. Part of what excellence further is that the Prophet salallahu Salam sent him to the people of Yemen as a preacher on his behalf, a call a teacher of understanding in the dean, a giver of religious verdicts and a judge.

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He also used to compare mod radiola one who to Ibrahim and A salaam, the friend of Allah and Imam of mankind, even this old Rhodiola one who used to say rarely, what is the lead leader of the people is Allah's obedience live? And he is not of the polytheists to compare him to Abraham is the prophet

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salam ala so hold on. Just good.

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Here had been Tamia Rahim Allah tried to establish the importance of this fasea

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and the importance of those who came from the content, but also came from who he gave it to.

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The closest person to the Prophet SAW Salem, the value that we'll see will be

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the more of the person love someone, the more any when you give someone something, no doubt that the closest people to you will get the best of gifts. That's the natural normal thing. Unfortunately these days, sometimes we give the stranger more than that closer person to you. But in general, always those who are closer to you give them the best gift and more other than are so close to the prophets of Salaam and his status so high he loved but he was loved by the person so much. And you know there's a difference between you and loving the process on up and let me say I'm loving you so much. That's why when the Sahaba of the alarm heard, that there is a man tomorrow will take the lead

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and the army will carry the banner. He loves Allah and His messenger and Allah and His Messenger love him. The Sahaba couldn't go to sleep that night. They couldn't get sleep.

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Who would that is not the first part is known. They all love alignment. But that will be a testimonial from the process I love that this person is loved by Allah and His messenger so awesome

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so my god is was said in Nevison told him in his book I love you Yamaha and this hadith masala Allah it'd be that would

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when he said don't let the data do work with the salah. Don't forget to say at the end of it, just Allah, Allah manual, the critical shift, we procrastinate about it. And this is becoming your default. Daddy and he will let him right behind him. So close to the Prophet sal Allahu Allahu alayhi wa salam.

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And we know the famous Hadith when he said yeah Murad

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Contura defend the beasts of Salah Mata Hema I was riding a donkey with the process Solomon he said, Yeah, Mohammed, do you know what Allah is right upon people or what's people's right upon? Allah subhanho wa Taala Buhari Muslim, the famous Hadith.

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Then he said, I don't know Allah and His Messenger knows best than he told him. So he's so close to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And any more I'd have very

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special status. To the extent some of the automat like

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an imam of Al Asad Salam said that Murad was one of the closest companion to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and has a very, very high status. Danny. Imagine that role model the Allah only report, they would have added a halachot Omar wasn't for my ad. Omar is ruined. Omar is any Hallock ruined, but because I have my ad with me asking his seeking his advice and learning from him is amazing. When other than LA is a very high status, regional homeland. He said I entered domestic domestic and I saw a man his teeth is shining like pearls. His face is light coming out of it young

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and around him. A lot of people among them so many of the companions.

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And he said when he speaks everybody

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listens. And when any one of them speaks will keep looking at him. Any age why they look at him seeking His approval.

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And he said I felt unloved with the segment. Then I came at Fudger. Early before Fajr. To to have a spot for me closer to the Imam momstart

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Because it fragile if he comes late, there is no way he can cause it to them. So it can meet this man.

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I came early before Fajr and I found him in the nostril pray. I waited until he finished and I said to him I came in to give him some I asked him who he is.

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I said what what brought you here this any time of the night before Fajr young man.

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They said I came here because I saw you just last night yesterday. And I love you for the sake of Allah. And when I said you love me for the sake of Allah. He said yes. He said for the sake of Allah I said yes. Then he grabbed him and he hugged him and he said, I love you for the sake of Allah.

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And in Nebby Salam said those who Allah's loves will be given to those who love each other for the sake of Allah.

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You said I'm on IW Jabber.

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And that was a producer Hollander Blues Hall and he was about 1011 years old by the way.

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At that time, just for you to understand how young those people were raised upon this beautiful concept that it's not to love for the sake of Allah

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and to love the scholars,

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it is other narration that he will be sitting in a gathering has 30 of the companions of the process along with the aroma

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and they will all look for up to him

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Marley and something different. Okay. He is a scholar, he is an island. He is someone loved by the process. Salem is a great avid worshipper smart, intelligent, you know, and if you named from the companions to who resemble the process on the most, and the way they walk, the way they talk, the way they eat.

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The way they carry themselves will be to

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Murad and Abdullah Massoud

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aka Vanessa headland, Waddell, Lin, Lin Nabi SallAllahu sallam.

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Then he said,

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what is that?

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Right behind him the map, by the way, riding with the process

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on the same

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is well established any there is about

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40 companions reported the day, rather the processor but multiple times, it looks like he's among those who happen to the multiple times.

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It's also narrated about him,

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that he has the most knowledge, it was narrated.

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He said, when we hear the word warrawee it was narrated. This way of saying ruya was narrated. In LMI, we call this sera Tamriel. It means this hadith is weak.

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When they said it was narrated,

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it means it is weakness as an Imam, no Rahim Allah said, but pay attention. It's not consistent. This is not consistent in every one. But many of the scholars they consider rawia It was narrated as a format that it means that the author or the one who wrote this, he means this head is weak. But some individuals especially some scholars, like Thea will use rule yeah it was the writer narrated and it's an Bukhari or Muslim.

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But that's not the common use the communist for the word Rovia. It was narrated as no you're him. Allah said it means it's weak. And I think you've been Tamia Rahim Allah meant it meant that because this that is the most knowledgeable person with halal and haram. This is the correct opinion is not from the Prophets Allah. That's a statement from the tambourine. And it looks like the statement from a collab the famous stabby successor, but it's not from the Prophet sal Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam,

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as an Imam and Hakim Why did How do you

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know Underbar on others have mentioned that this statement from from any lab and it's not from the Prophet sallallahu sallam, this hadith, the wrong Hadith, the most trusted or the most soft and hard the most strongest one? It looks like a statement from the from the tablet in only one part of it in Asahi, which is the Amino hottie OMA Aveda.

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That's from the prophets of salaam additonal site.

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But other than that, the whole entire narration in Tirmidhi it is weak even Tirmidhi Rahim Allah when he mentioned it, he mentioned that this is weakness in it.

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Anyway, some relevance I said no it is sound. If you can look at all the different durations together it can be has an almost mcara

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knows best. The other Hadith which is

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he mentioned that he will come ahead of all the scholars do not wear a hijab or to attach a bin to be interpreted as one step ahead. What what also could means when you take a stone and you throw it, how far that stone reach that how far he is. The point is he's ahead of all the scholars is ahead of all the scholars which is also support the concept that is the most knowledgeable person with halal and haram and this hadith reported by Bhavani when Hakim that in the day of judgment he comes ahead of all the other scholars

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and to be honest with you also this hadith over

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duration that says it has a completion of narrator. Most soon all of them are weak and some of them very weak and the only one that it has like soundness and it came more said Yanni is not a completion underwriter all the way to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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but anyway, in the Hadith for life in general, we're not very strict in it, no doubt he is a great scholar. He's ahead of the amount of him a whole lot of data and he is the Sahaba themselves have honored him and advance them over many of them and this

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narration that he was sent to Yemen's authentic highly,

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highly other and he was sent there as dire as fapy as Mufti day. Yeah, Fergie, and Mufti. This is our not only an Hakim, a judge, between these are very rare to be in one individual, to know how to manage to be a judge. And then symptoms die across to people interact with people. And there is no time to talk and to comment on some of his Jonnie law light shed some light on what, how he lived his life in Yemen. I was loved by people, but I wanted to know in the process of them,

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walk with him out when he was going to Yemen. Do you know that the Prophet saw them walk with Him? In them someone's walking and Murad was riding the camel

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then mod want to step down? He said, No, sit, stay.

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That's an incredible virtue for my an honor.

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That didn't even holding his camel on walking with him while he's writing and shows a great deal of sense of humility, from the province of a lot isn't anyway and nobody saw Salam give him a hint that he might not come back and find him that you will be not here. And Muhammad was in tears. You can read the end of the story yourself

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in any way.

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Also, he said and he resemble him to Ibrahim, what kind of SHABOOM Ibrahim? That's how in many of the cubbies but many of the LMR said who came after me to Mira Himalayan study this book said there might be here a mistake in that copy

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that he didn't mean when you should be who here is simple home of Brian law. It is what can you share Bobby O'Brien it he was It was said that to resemble the brain is not the process and and said that no, it was said you only by the Sahaba but not by the prophets of Allah.

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And that's what it looks like. The correct way of making that sentence because later on you see he mentioned what had been missing from the Allah and said that he was like Ibrahim Ali is set up.

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Because Ibrahim is Imam what's Imam

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Imam OMA is the one man that he has a quality of several

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automatic means that the quality of a whole Ummah can be existing one man

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or Imam Imam. Yeah. And he has so many good qualities that so many people can copy him or take him as a role model. Everyone find on that person's something in his life something in his character that I can copy and follow. Let's I became an imam for OMA for people. That's why I've been Massoud used to recite this verse in Ibrahima can Amata cognitive delay Hanifa Well, I'm I kind of what I'm you're coming on we should again, he said in no more Adam can omit and chronically late

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and when he said that somebody corrected him he thought that you read the verse wrong. He said Ibrahim then he looked at me said no, in no more than Canada. And I don't think Masaryk meant this another Cara. In he meant that he is a person like Ibrahim alayhis salam

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when Allah Subhana Allah knows best, all this, okay?

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Anyone who said like Ibrahim doesn't mean he is the same status for him blame is a will. MBR is the father of all the prophets. We understand the difference, okay.

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But what do we learn from this? We learn from this, with even more odd have this high level of a bad Taqwa knowledge, status yet he knew he needed this once a year. Yet look at this we'll see you talking about him making sense and how he carries his sin.

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Okay, and how the birth of him to deal with people with good manners

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and with all

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The status of mod he yet need this was a year.

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So what about

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you and I

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if mod with all this level that have been taking a toll you, he told you, he needed this, we'll see you, it was important for the person to see. So it's important for me and you and everybody to take this OCS serious.

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Okay. Also, one of the things that here

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maybe worth mentioning

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about him a lot cared for showing the status of the Sahaba, and how close they are to the processor, some of the fuqaha

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one of you know, something on top of G, when there is a

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reconciliation between evidence, or Hadith generations, that it seems to contribute to each other. One of the way is to take one above the other. So how you prefer one or you take one over the other, one of the things in this car we'll look at it is the status of the sahaba. So some scholars said, if the Sahaba is so close to the process, Allah, his narration, if it if no way we can reconciliate we'll take it over the one who's farther from the processor, not to not to be so close to the processor. So that's one of the things that we'll look at it sometimes when they couldn't find a way to reconsolidate or they have to make a choice between two generations take one and reject the

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we'll stop here in sha Allah and we'll continue our discussion next week.

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I'm just debating because this has become more of an explanation than reading but because of the book is very short, but we can go back to the reading with shorter comments shall on the future. Salam, Salam o Allah and Muhammad

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I'm not sure about the communication. I hope you guys listen to me or heard what I said.