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Bulugh Al Maram Series presented by Sh Waleed Basyouni at the Clear Lake Islamic Center

This lecture was presented on Apr 12, 2017.

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Please

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I think that is the last honey

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yeah the last have eaten

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smilla rahmanir rahim la tomaselli Allah Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa seldom at the Sleeman kathira olowalu for him Oh la la la Sydney Malik you know the Allahu anhu Paul, and nakoda hanabusa mamajuana seller in Casa de Makana Chateau de sencilla 10 min.

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of Raja whoa Buhari, narrated under seven medical do logline when the cover of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was broken. He fixed it with a silver wire at the crack reported by mahadi.

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Yes, I just disconnected. We'll read the second one later. smilla hamdulillah salat wa salam ala rasulillah hora de la ba.

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This is the last Hadith in the chapter about using utensils. And then Eman bin Hadji Rahim Allah I mentioned it after showing the rule of the revelation of using in utensils made of gold and silver. He was want to tell you that if there is a very small amount of silver added to the cup or added to the utensil, it will not make it hard on it based on this honey because that cup is not made of silver anymore and you have a cup that has a little bit of crack and you fill it up with silver. We don't call it a silver cup. We don't call it That's right. It just that you filled up the crock would that before I go the Sisters of the want to come up the the partition is up like

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so. This headed headed NSR the Allahu anhu reported by awesome he said awesome and he said that he had been serien Rahim Allah tada narrated this hadith from NSF nomadic awesome. The follower of the successors. Basically the third one in the array in the chain. He said I saw with my eyes that cup that Dennis was talking about.

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I sold my iPod I took the HANA v so where did he see? Palo Alto, Indiana, Sydney Malick. I saw it at Anna's are they allowed on his house?

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And here

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you see even though he sold that Anis pneumatics house awesome still said what I heard he had been sitting saying NSA

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awesome said I heard oven city and said honestly, if he saw the cup and he entered Anthony soda

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he didn't say

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and I said he's still so honest. That he wants to tell you exactly where he heard the Hadith from

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man no

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Not a new dentist he can make it sounds like he met or he heard that directly from what? From Anissa pneumatic but they were very accurate and they were very clear in the way they narrated the Hadith. Anyway, he said

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and

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this basically

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cup had a crack in it and he filled it up with silver.

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Also later on after the profits of salons passed away another crack happened to it. So unnecessarily allow a man who was thinking about filling that other crack with silver or gold but

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a bottle had told him don't change what the profits are Lam hat so keep the cup exactly the same way. So he put back what the iron the metal, the Roger McCann anyway and it was

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in some of the durations that it is like the size of the finger. Or some said even like three fingers like three cracks next to each others that were he filled it up with that

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with the silver

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it means a small cup.

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And I want to why why do we care about defining what are the cup why we say a small cup

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to understand the percentage. That's right. The so the larger item. So for example nobody will come and say oh that amount only of silver is allowed or that like the size of your finger but the size of her gun compared to the size of a small cup. So you can basically make analogy on that. I shot basically a crack or Willie McConnell inching up Olympic bar. Then he said the processor and put sencilla the brother just read it since that's one way to generate the head it was narrated sincere, but also it could be sell seller.

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So you can read it Silsila or sell seller. Both are correct. Both were used by real amount Howdy. Are they the same? When it comes to the meaning not really no. In Arabic language the word Silsila different than the word Sal Salah. So

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send Salah to men football. Yeah, and it means it was filled with any type of silver.

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Any type of silver, you know it could be Iran. It could be just around peace you take it and you fill the crap and use the crack in it and you stretch it or you put it under heat whatever it is the method that you use it just any in any shape. But if you call sencilla it means the chain that basically the necklace that you're familiar with so these circles so he took the circle and attach it to that crock and fill it up with it.

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Anyway what do we learn from this? We learn from this that any utensil that it has a lot of that element of silver or

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silver or gold and what will be the ruling and using it

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to iron out some of them differentiating between filling up the cracks or putting adding gold versus silver. So similar to Matt said the gold is not allowed period.

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So even if you add a little bit of gold plated gold, a little bit of gold in the in the pencils will make it prohibited. Okay. And they didn't allow that at all. And that's some Maliki and the men have a sharpie midheaven Mm hmm Rahim Allah Tada. Why they said because we have general a hadith said do not eat or drink from utensils that what made of gold. As for the silver exception was made by the action of the profits are solid.

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Is that clear? So they said yes exception can be made because the process of them did that can we make analogy we said since he allowed silver Can we make analogy and gold? They said no you can to make that analogy. But other than that, like the Hanafi Rahim Allah Mohammed bin Hassan shibani and many Shafilea and somebody said, No, this analogy is correct. in Ibiza Salaam in 184 bid silver and gold, so he allowed a cracker

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To be filled with gold, you should allow that also to be filled with. So it just happened that the problem was not rich and they didn't have the money to put a gold in it. So if it's plated gold or plated silver, would it make a difference? That's according to the official position of the hanapepe and Mohammed Reza Shivani and many Sharpies. And to be honest with you,

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there is is this analogy correct? is really silver take the same rule of gold? The answer is no. You're allowed to wear a ring made of silver but you're not allowed to wear a ring made of

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gold go. So to say that silver like gold is not a very accurate analogy and that's what led the majority of the human leg goes with not allowed to eat and anything that plated gold or any spoon or fork or knife or plates that plated with gold or has gold in it.

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As if it has silver, also the alcohol differentiate between large amount and small amount. So some of them said it has to be very small amount. But when we asked them what the small amount means they couldn't come with any clear answer what exactly a small amount means. Okay, is it like less one third? It is like 10% 5% What does it exactly? And to be honest with you, for me, I wouldn't look at that amount size wise Is it 2% or 10%. I will look at that plate or that cup. Do we call it Gold Cup? Do we go out and get a silver cup do we call it a gold plate? If it's gold, it's hot. But if it's not gold, it is allowed exactly the same ruling we use when it comes to men using things for

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purification. We know men cannot use beautify themselves with gold. That's right. But let's say I buy a watch. And this watch is one of these was my watch.

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I don't have

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this watch. If you open it from inside the basically the thing that is made of insight made of gold. So it would be accurate and they do that some of these like

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if someone had

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the gears inside, no

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the arrows that that move around. These are if it's made of gold, do we call this a gold watch?

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No we don't. We don't call it a gold watch. It's still metal or steel whatever or leather none ago but if the whole entire of the basically the the banner on the rest is made of pure gold.

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And the whole entire outside is gold. That's a gold watch like woman where that's how long for men to use. But if he has a little bit of well it's still not called a gold watch not called a Gold

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Cup or plate it will be a lot tighter. I think the real question will be plated gold Can I drink or eating something that plated gold I go the opinion is not allowed to do that because it looks like a Gold Cup any any anything reason that you can think of why Sharia for bed Gold Cup it will apply to that if it's if it is

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played it but again this is also some amount of a monologue I don't mind if it's plated gold because the SIDS is a very small amount applied to the utensil and it's not a gold spoon. It's not a gold silver as not a gold fork. I understand that. So basically both really have a good argument.

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One of the lessons that we can learn from this heady that

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inner beast had a crack and his cup so in the be solid muscle and fixed it he didn't just throw it away. There is some people are waster like they don't reuse. They don't as we say today modern language recycle kind of reuse it and you can transfer it to another way to use it and utilize this instead of just wasting the the materials that you have. And we are very clear any bad and thus when it comes to being conservative and the thing that we use, we

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used to waste a lot.

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So, from this headed we see that the Navy Salam was not a waster also it shows you how simple life the process of them had any his life was very simple that even the little cup, he will fill that gap or that crack with

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silver, that metal just to be able to use it again. in Derby Salallahu alaihe salam didn't say you know what, give me another fancy cup or let me I'm not gonna drink from a cup that clearly anyone see it from from a distance or received in the process of a man, he will know that this is cracked one. Oh, how can I have a crack cup? You know, just let me get a new one. Today we're like that, you know, a little bit scratching your watch. Now, I can't wait. I can't wait. I need a new one. You know, a little bit of Denton, your shoes, you just throw it away or throw it away, it will be in your house and you just get another

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shoes and and keep going. And this is how it is our life. Unfortunately, in Obi sallallahu Sallam didn't live like kings and rich people. He lived a very simple lifestyle, Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam. If this been said, I also would like to say that there is people obsess with

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keeping stuff.

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Like they have obsession with this, keeping everything

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you know and grabbing everything. You know, that is somebody I'm not gonna mention his name. But he always tell me like you remind me of like the the old Grandpa and Grandma, you know, why would you keep stuff. But there is people like that. In the old days, people used to I remember when my grandfather passed away to him a whole lot. We found in his cabinet. Things were very strange, like, for example, a kind of cook.

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It's been kept there for literally more than 2010 years or something.

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Why? Because that, I wish that I hope that my, my father didn't throw it away on his children's intake, because I get to learn later on. But this was actually first time ever for him to see a can of Coke.

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In Egypt, they had the glass but never had the camp. In the first time ever. He saw the can when he went Saravia, ironically. So he brought it back with him, I can just see, you know, this is like something Carnival like never seen before for in his village.

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So, but my point is, there is a lot of people obsessed with keeping things and they don't even use it. And it will not be used. And some of them do this to food. Like one of the things that I always suffer when I go with people to eat, that they always try to keep the food I understand if you keep the food to eat it, I'm good with it, I'm happy. But if you just keep the food to fool yourself, to make yourself feel good, then what happened you go put it in the fridge and came back then you throw it away later on and the drive. And that's what you do.

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And you know that so in this case, you just, it just you fooling yourself in my opinion. But if you don't need it handle, I just don't order more than what you can have. So the obsession of keeping things and storing things is also another problem that people need to get rid of my opinion. You know, I travel a lot and tune in so many countries in the world. I don't recall ever seeing in European country or in Far East country something called self storage.

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This concept is a very pure American concept.

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You know, there is no concept like it's not a popular at least as far as I have seen and for in other countries.

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Why? Because people don't over buy like us. Like one person said once we buy some things that we don't need with money that we don't have to impress people that we don't like

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you know, and that's what it does. And we have this solar storage and all this stuff we overload our storage with all these things. And my advice to you do need for the sake of Allah, you know, there's thrift stores there is area

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there is people Mashallah their cars is like a storage. There is people their garage is a store, they can open a thrift stores in their garage and their trunk in the car. So my advice to those people just try to get rid of that habit.

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Next chapter. Go ahead.

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Yes.

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Very good. He asked him Do we have any remnants or anything from the time of the Prophet sallallahu it was settlement.

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If you go to stamp Hall they have this famous

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means museum where they display things from the prophets of Salaam, Tom like his sword and things of that nature.

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And what the real Mr. himolla said long time ago, way before the Ottomans exist,

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that during the eighth century, and the seventh century Hijri

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Illa Rahim Allah said there is nothing from the prophets a lot of salams

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tools and things were kept. They were lost any we know something's been inherited generation. Basically, at one point last, like lemon Rahim Allah said that he inherited a hair single hair. He took it from his father, or from his family from his shoe all the way to NSF mnemonic that ns had it and he gave it to someone and that's it and I'm sick I put that tear in the water and I drink the water I will be healed. Because nobody Salalah salams body is blessed body. But not any other human body is blessed like that. And Nebojsa limbs blessings. Baraka is a tangible and it is intangible, it is a tangible bollock. So the process of sweat the process of him saliva, the profits also limbs,

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hand the profits are solid wiping over a child This is will be a blessing, he will be basically blessed by the will of Allah subhanaw taala because in every cell allottee salams hand and wiping beside the prophets of Salaam is also blessed when it comes to his

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but that time that part which is a drought for someone or last month Allah put Baraka on the person something that the process of them shared with other humans with other righteous people but in the piece of solemn has way too much from it. So for example, if somebody opened a store and said well it Can you come to bless the store okay there's two meanings for it one if he means that I go and make do out for him that's fine. Yeah, no, I will make do out for you and ask us what Allah Baraka in your store outside the store said, Masha Allah May Allah subhanaw taala make it blast. But if you think that to me, going into your store, stepping on your doors, with my shoes, and whatever stick

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in the bottom, that's gonna put keep my tracks on like my DNA in your in your store, it means your store will be literally blessed. Now.

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That's something we don't believe in.

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Okay, that's that what differentiate between the mainstream Sunni Islam and those extreme Sophie's or a Shia us who believe in the literal

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blessings of human beings other than the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And not only that, they're a blast, they're a blessing can be transfer.

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So they said, for example, saying, if he's buried, or he stepped on a piece of land, this land will be blessed. And this blessed land can bless other people.

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So it's not only him, him and whatever he touches, and whatever he touches, it will transfer it and one of the things we said when this was stopped.

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So that's why these four exit window whatever I debated one of them long time ago, I said, when you go to a shrine, and you wipe over the shrine, okay, this shrine is a metal and this metal just made like 100 years ago.

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How can this things that was built 100 or 50 years ago, or maybe two years ago, and remodeling? How can it be blessed? How can you wipe over it and you believe that wipe over it will transfer blessing and heals your body and bless your body? So there is because of the connection, so let's say this saint or this prophet, buried here, his body attached to the scent, the scent attached to the, to the construction, the construction, on the concrete, the concrete to the to the metal, the metal to the concrete, the concrete to the metal, so everything around him is basically connected to him. That's why it's transferable. So I said, if this is the case, if I touch it, it will be transferred

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to me. Can I touch your hand?

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And I'll be blessed and somebody else touch my hand. Is that how it works?

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Why would you go to just touch anyone who

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Just came from that and that's it

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you know it's kind of it is really not a very solid argument. And in Abu Salah lie sometimes companions never did that nobody ever went to avacado Omar to take the blessings of ovako or the blessing of Amato there are all these innovations. Going back to the point is these things in the museum's are from the profits are selling what we know there is nothing from the process of improving to be from the profit. So if someone said this sword is the profits of solemn sword, we said what's your proof?

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do you have? Do you have basically a chain of narrators that will confirm that this is the source of the prophets of Salaam?

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Did anyone that we need to document this all the way to the Prophet?

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Did anyone document that this is the exact shoes that the process of them where is this one?

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So, the reality as far as I know nobody can produce something like that. Yes, there is a lot of talk a lot of references in some books and stuff like that. But there is really no proof 100% because we have to treat these items the same way we treat what

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the hadith of Rasul Allah says Allah you cannot say that this statement of the Prophet unless but if someone said oh this is the process of them sword Do we have to say to be dodge Hamza we just it's like any innovation in the story in the car. We don't really pick on that. It's not of it. We just take it as a general advice. Okay, this is like looks like an old sword. Maybe it's the process of sword or so on. You know, just to get learn from it and uninspired by it, but that's about it.

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Is that make sense? Yeah,

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go ahead.

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Now we're gonna go to chapter three.

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Holy moly for him Allahu taala Babu is Allah, Serbia Neha and Anna Sydney Malik uno de Allahu anhu por su de la Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah, and in summary to defer to Allah, Allah Allah. Raja who Muslim autonomy de cada howdy Hassan Sati

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caller ID has been suffering.

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CHAPTER THREE the nature and cleansing of an adjuster narrated under seven moloko the law and the laws messengers of the law while he was suddenly was asked about making vinegar out of alcohol, he said no meaning it is prohibited, reported by Muslim infinity and the later graded it hasn't.

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So this chapter it says the nature and cleansing of an agenda and agenda impurities, the nature and cleansing actually, it didn't say that, you know the translation, he fix the statement, the statement of an event handlers like this. Babel is an atom Naja city whereby a

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chapter of cleansing of then adjusted impurities and its nature.

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So, he talks about the purification from an adjust how to cleanse then adjust the impurities then what is the nature of impurity what is impurity and that let some of the edema criticize aluminum?

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He said because explaining the nature of something comes first before you explain how to cleanse it. And he began have a patina Jessa you Adam, Allah is Allah Do

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you first identified then later on? He told me how to clean it. It didn't tell me how to clean it. Then he told me what is that is? You know, it's kind of it's like I tell you, okay, to clean it, you need to

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you need to do ABC

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to clean what you're gonna say. That's right. So you have to explain what it is that is that I need to clean first then you told me how to clean it. But lmm benhadad Rahim Allah didn't mention what are the impurities in this chapter. His focus is not really that he will mention some of the things that still impure, because he already mentioned some of the impurities in the previous chapters. You remember the one the first chapter, he talked about the urine that is being impure? He talked about the dog saliva being impure according to him. Okay, so he talked about things before, part of what is is considered in Islam impurities and he will continue doing this

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explaining a little bit about it, but he wanted to tell you that how to get rid of it

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all impurities can be classified into two categories the and FM had for him or him understand this because it is really make things easy. on him impurities, goes back to two type

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type number one, no jassa idea that it is impure in itself. Any in itself. It's an impure, like what the urine? Like what the blood? Like what the feces? It is impure. That's right. Hello, can you cleanser?

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Only with one way

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you cleanse it only been one way, transforming it from its nature to a new nature a new entity?

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That's right.

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Sorry, for the example. You're bringing a urine,

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okay?

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Then you put a heat on it? What would happen to it

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evaporate? Is this evaporation

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nudges?

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No, because it transferred from one entity to another. So that new product is basically not money. I give you a better example. You remember when we talked about the impurity of the skin?

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That's right, the skin of the animal sorry, the skin of the animal. We said it's impure a dead animal, or, you know, it's not been slaughtered, or an animal not allowed to their skin is what

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naturally impure. But in Ibiza Salaam said if you turn it, it became what? Pure, you transfer it from skin to be leather at a new entity. So the only way to transfer the impurity which is impure in itself is by transferring it from one entity to a new entity.

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Is that clear? You said we're not we call this an Arabic language. What is to Halla

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is to Allah doesn't mean impossible, it's to hell it means you know, transferring yada yada, can you change its situation from one entity to another, the other type of impurities and neurotherapy and whatnot. So, the second type is an agenda kumea where he ion pa Hara Taka Allah, hi, Natasha, it is items, items that is pure, but is mixed with impurities, like what you have a piece of cloth

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a urine fall in it. So that cloth became what now impure, you cannot wear it. That's right. But this cloth originally what pure, but the impurity fall on it,

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you know, toilet seat, you drop a urine on it, or your baby, you know, stain it with feces. So, the seat is pure, but because of this, you know, vomiting or feces stain or whatever that became what impure. So it is a pure thing. You come and you you have an agenda added to it. Is that clear? How you clean this? How you remove this Natasha

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you remove this agenda with anything that removed an agenda and bring that item to its original state. And the most famous method is what water

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you pour water you clean it, but also you can use other than water to clean or to remove an adjuster. So you understand this now? He then human no and what is Allah to whom I better attain two types. and removing this an adjuster is by two ways. The first one is in itself. It's nudges.

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And how to remove that by changing the entity of that nudges item. The entity of the pig for example, the entity of the blood, the entity of the urine, the entity or whatever the case is.

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And then

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Is the other one it is a pure item that then adjusted the impurity comes on it and by removing it that is that item came back to its original state which is the period. And Eman benhadad Rahim Allah in this a hadith. He basically covered these four points. And he started with something he believes it's nudges in itself, which is a common

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you haven't heard about him a lot like many other scholars believe that a hammer is nudges that drink intoxicated people, okay? He considered that niche.

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That's why his start with the Hadith that we heard Hadith nslc allow on that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked about making vinegar out of wine. He said no, it is prohibited. It is prohibited. He said, this hadith reported by Muslim and tirmidhi and it turned me this said how the Hadith and Hassan Sahih this hadith is Hasson which is

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acceptable. So here it means

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what? authentic?

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This description when the when they tell me they said this hadith is

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acceptable, or fair or good, then he said it is authentic. It's a problematic statement.

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And just for the record for those who benefit from this, and we have people online as well. I tell me the is not the first one ever said that. But as many scholar use the same term hasn't Slahi like over others? Do me a favor and others? But tell me the very famous of using this?

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Is this a contradicting statement?

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Like for example, if I say

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because hassane is one level, so here is a higher level. Okay? When we say this hadith is authentic, it means very high level. But when you say this Hadith, it hasn't. It's a lower level. It's like when I say what I what kind of students you used to be in college.

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Sorry to put you in the spot.

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Hasn't.

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He said he is a beast student.

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Okay.

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So what if he told me I was a and b student?

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Does that make sense?

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You're gonna say it's your either A or B. That's right. You pass this class with a or b, you cannot say a B. That's right. There is like problem here. That's why they said this is a problem. Tell me they said that has an insight.

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And allow him a lot. It's hard to explain why. And they give 13 different answers. for that. Obviously, we're not going to go over it. But I just want you to open your mind how Edelman Hadith is a very deep knowledge as well. And the most famous answer for this, that tell me tell me they're telling you that the chin of narrator for this particular narration is hassen is acceptable, but the tax the meaning the wording is authentic because it came from other generators from other ways that it make it authentic.

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secular. So this is one of the most common understanding of this a statement or a Mahalo to Allah or he means that there is two is not two generation two generators. One is Hassan and the other one is authentic. So he also can this is could be the meaning.

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He said

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so in an ABC bisa laminar calm he was asked about Alhambra

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and hum comes from the word Mir which it means comes from the word we are familiar with Mr. Which is something you woman cover their heads with scar. Why l hammock called hum because it cover your conscious and make you intoxicated II cover you're basically kind of clogged your brain and you can think clearly

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also been said because I'll hum out It means change because it changed from juice or fruits that smell good tastes good to be something a small bat and taste

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bout

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alcohol is basically

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a form when yeast ferments breaks down without oxygen the sugar in different food for example, wine is made of the sugar and grape beer from the sugar in the

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certain type of barley

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type of grain cedar made from what Apple

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vodka made out of

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potato

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anyway so we can go on and on so these are like they take basically these fruits that broke the sugar and certain

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chemical process and it will become harmful Okay, and we're not gonna go into the technical detail of it I want to make a distinguish between two things and pay attention to this

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a lot of people mix between karma and alcohol

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outcomes alcohol which is an English used really we use it to refer to the Hummer, but alcohol the chemical the basically the chemistry of alcohol is a quite different than a hammer

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a hammer it was people drinks for the purpose of what the initial people drink it for

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joy for relaxing for forgetting about things like you drink the drink it for social purposes okay. And to enjoy it. This is what Hama this is what

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this is what the Sherry I came to

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I'm sorry I just have some like

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nerve problem like infection in my nerves

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ask for

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alcohol

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there is we have ethanol and methanol

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and if you study simple classes and chemistry, you understand there is a difference between the ethanol and methanol methanol is a poison. ethanol is something that exists and alcohol drinks that you drink exists in medicine and methanol is something that does exist and most of our chemical products like it cleaning products, some percentage of it and perfumes and and for example.

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What else they use Uh huh. sanitizers and things of that

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nature. And because of this, I'm saying this from the beginning, because it's ironic to see how some Muslim modern modern scholars talked about perfumes and it's allowed to be used or not because has alcohol thinking that the alcohol in the perfumes is the hammer. So they start saying oh Hamada is not allowed to be used. So the perfumes alcohol perfume was new. And that's just a lack of knowledge that the type of alcohol that's in the perfumes are a different type of alcohol that's used in the homes that people drink. And these perfumes are not common. is not the drink that people drink for. They call the spirit drink or for joy. That's not what it does. So somebody wants to argue with me

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and he said, Chef, but some people drink perfumes like and that's true. I've seen crazy people like that. They take the Cologne and the drinking. I said if there is someone who is idiotic enough, okay. Idiot enough to do that. That doesn't change the ruling of the perfumes is like another guy who's not less idiot than this one will go and drink gas gasoline benzene, you smell it you get high doesn't make benzene and make that gasoline when

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there is other also idiot person will go and take what

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the paint and the glue and the source smelling it and mix on they will get high that will not make that come up. You understand? So not because some people use it. It makes

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Hummer, and I'm saying this because it's very ironic how there is a huge long articles written and fatwas and stuff like that, about the permutation of using perfumes, that has alcohol. And the thinking that this is a type of Hummer

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not realizing that this is synthetic alcohol, formulated from chemical substance, because methanol alcohol is something that the chemists devour, out of the original ethanol alcohol for industrial purposes,

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Shadow

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shadow

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shadow one

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shadow.

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So that substance that called alcohol

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it can be exists in three forms. The first one

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which is deadly, it's like a poison, you consume it, it will harm you.

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or harmful, let's put it that way.

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Number two, which is intoxicating when it's consumed and that's what you see in the alcohol and the beer and wine and liquor and stuff like

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that.

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And that's the how long one to buy to sell to, to carry this is what basically that tomato sauce an element and the combo that make it intoxicating.

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Number three, that that element that exists in the hammer, but can be exist in other items, but it will never

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intoxicated the person it will never lead to intoxication No matter how much you drink from it will not intoxicate the person. And this is can be found in certain type of food

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naturally in certain type of food and certain type of work. You know, even today in medicine and stuff like that. And this is no matter how much you drink from it, it will never intoxicate you that will not call it karma.

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Okay.

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So the process alone was asked about a hammer making it vinegar what the making and vinegar. Because as you know, vinegars are the transformation of Hamas.

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Parallel common start or something absolutely. Helen, pure grapes, date, APA, whatever the fruit is, okay. Then transfer from hella to holla.

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To the certain process, you treated in a certain ways, the sugar sub breaking down basically then the year

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to

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appear transfer that fruit into what produce alcohol and it became intoxicating material because its nature changed the ruling what changed from halaal to Hara if you keep that fruits that it became now a wine and it became now alcohol if you keep it long enough and you add certain things to it you do certain process and the old days they used to move it from sun to shade or shade to some change the temperature of the room sometimes the through certain fruits in it. Now they do many chemical ways to transfer this wine to became what? A vinegar to transfer this hum up to a vinegar, vinegar. Okay, so this man was saying yes a lot. What about me transferring the humble into calm

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and this is something the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam forbade the person from doing

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this hadith.

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Salman bin hadn't mentioned it to to make a point that a humble is nudges that why

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it cannot be transferred to hell, because whatever you're going to put in it, according to this Hubby, that will make it also not just so and that's why you're not allowed to keep it you're not allowed to have it. And that's why I never saw Selim COVID using it in any way or any form. And he mentioned this 32 according to the Chava Hadith is to establish the point that a hammer is ninjas.

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I personally doubt that that's what I've been had gentlemen.

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I don't think I've been hijacked by him. Allah meant that I think I've been hijacked by him a whole lot. brought this hoodie, to speak about one of the way that how to treat an adjuster. Can you transfer it from one

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state to another? Okay. So and he stopped because he starts with his Allah to adjust the cleansing of that, ninjas, wood making hell out of hammer cleanse the hump.

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So it looks like he doesn't believe in that. And he mentioned this as his proof because there is more than that, as you will see. But before even a go there. My question is, is it true that on harmless nudges?

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I'd say you pass by someone who dropped drops of wine on your clothes.

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Is that dangerous?

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Is that lets say you, huh?

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Yeah. So is I'll come out nudges or not, this is the question.

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The vast majority of the Muslim jurist Yoku in Nigeria, it is nudges. And there is almost a consensus among the Muslim scholars that it is impure.

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And some claim that there is an agreement between all Muslim scholars on those that Alhamdulillah His Majesty touch it, it's it's mprf dotnet touch your throat, you have to clean it otherwise, you're not allowed to keep it on or to pray on it. And this is the official position of the Hanafi the Shafi most of the Shafi the Malik is most of the handles and the choice of shall submit to me you know, am Rahim Allah, and many others among them shellshock and dazzle him are locked out.

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And what's the vast majority of the scholars base their argument upon? They said because Allah Subhana Allah said, in Alhamdulillah may settle unsolvable. Assalam orage Suman, Amma Shivani Virginie boo, Allah said that Allah humbled and amazed and unsolved and Islam, it's a very different forms of gambling, tools of the time, rich,

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use the word rich, it is from the shavon Sue each tinubu abstained from it. So they said aquatopia Rahim Allah said to refer to Hamas, it means it is not just it means because the word Grinch it gives you that me that indication of impurity something other something was stuck there. Something that is disgusting.

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So he said, that's basically what it does. And also because it is the opposite of the purity which is the salon that will vote.

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To be honest with you, this verse is not very clear evidence to show that Alhambra is legit. Why?

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Number one, because Allah subhana wa tada told us to stay away from a hammer

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and gambling not because it's rich. No, because what Allah said later on in Nima you read a shapefile and you Okay, Abba como la da da, ba ba ba philharmonie. Well, masonary will suit the command decree la sala.

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Allah said the reason for preparation of karma because it caused a fight between people. It caused animosity between people can fight Yes, they drink together social but many times it leads to people to kill one another fight with one another. No, and also prevent people from the Quran Allah subhanho wa Taala and from the Salah.

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Also the word rich in Arabic language, it means something was stuck that something is not appropriate. Something is not pleasant. It doesn't mean necessarily in imagine. It doesn't mean impurity can allocate Alma who reach the island levena lionmoon Allah put a wrench on the disbeliever It doesn't mean put what Naja impurity on the disbeliever nobody understand from the words that in homebridge

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Johanna yeah and it means they are something filthy and they go to Hellfire, those disbeliever

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fetch tenable read seminal ofan

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stay away from the rich the filthy, they it is an idols that the people of Mecca used to worship. But nobody ever said that touching that idol. It makes you impure.

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Nobody said these idols these words and, and statues in itself, it's impure. And even though our lokala tridge. Also the Heidi, the AI itself, so the gambling tools that they use, no one ever, ever accepted and hasn't. No one ever said that this tools of gambling that a lot referred to was the hammer are nudges, even though like all of them what rich.

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I personally could not find a single sculler among the early Muslim scholars among the companion the successors ever explained the word rich with the word nudges impure.

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And never as a matter of fact, I've been busted and say that's something completely different. It's a matter of fact, I've been saved a Mujahid have been jumbled all over the map, the grid scarf never explained this way.

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Also the word age 20. Boo. It doesn't mean because it's nudges. It means stay away from a hammer. That's why stay away. Don't come close to it. That's why nobody so seldom forbid us to sit on a table or accommodate served. Not because it's going to make us nudges because that coming too close to it. You sit today with them the drinking tomorrow, you tried, you know, you Next thing you find out you stop drinking with these guys who you hang out with drinking. So that's why Islam came to do that not because it is basically a nudges. Also, I have a question.

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Is everything prohibited?

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to use?

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Or to touch or to conceal it just because it's not just

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is every prohibited thing to use or to conceal? It means it is automatically nudges? No, we're not allowed to use what gold and silver and as a utensil. It is because nudges. No it's not. That's right.

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You know, we're not allowed to eat.

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In Islam, we're not allowed to eat for example, frogs.

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Is it because nudges nobody ever said frogs are nudges. So there is no connection. But everything, not just impure. We're not allowed to eat or to consume or to use the other way around.

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You send more

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Muscles lock Minh wedge donor which is so it's the other way around

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and erage serum enamel is shaped by it's a rich from the shape and so it's it's an intangible thing is not a tangible kind of images. They've also the what other evidence we have? The other evidence is the majority has the said, because a line that are answered about the hammer of the gentleman was a camera boom shot Robin bahara It's a pure hammer is not impure?

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How can the said because every description for the hammer of the agenda is the opposite of the hammer of the

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dunya.

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So this that's why Allah said in the hammer on the agenda lives alone and hawala Yoongi for it will not cause headache, it will not cause intoxication, that means the hammer of the dunya cause what headache and intoxication. So, they said the same thing. So it is pure, that means the hammer of the dunya is not pure. But as you see this is very weak kind of argue, because pure here it doesn't necessarily mean impurity and images. It could means that it humbrol our hero has no smell, it's not comes out of you know this chemical change that cause a lot of you know, unpleasant experience. But the hammer of the dounia is not like that. And also is that means everything in Jenna. Describe

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being pure, it means it counterpart and dunya is nudges because Allah, Allah said about all the fruits of gentleness what pure the food of Jenna's pure This means the fruit and the food and the dunya is now just now and it's not that's not a good argument.

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That

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it's a strange, it's interesting, isn't it? Even though there is no, this is our These are two out of the main evidence that the majority use to prove the deposition. There is no other evidence by the way they have.

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There's no other main evidence other than these two.

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They have one more they said, because in Debbie Salalah Salam when orphaned, was told about an orphaned he inherited karma he said spell it they said it's not just because otherwise in nebby Salah Salem will not waste that waste because it's how long because it's images.

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Anyway, the other hand you have few and I will say this again few scholars said a hammer is not

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very small numbers like the shape of Informatica a bit

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like

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and Mussolini, the student who remembers shafia Rahim Allah

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and the the Olduvai hairy, and some of the latest gotta like show ganja and so Dr. Hassan Hansen Anisha machaca. And obviously

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a hammer Chaka Rahim Allah tala, they said that Hamas and that's what personally I do believe the clear evidence that homelessness is impure number two, that the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu when the order came to them to get rid of a Hummer, they spilled it in the streets of Medina. And if this was impure, you cannot spell impurity in the streets of Medina and the olive Medina to make the streets filled with impurity, you can do that, that will not be allowed. And this is in my opinion, an A better argument. Okay? Also a better argument to say it is pure, it's not nudges. It is pure. Because all items the original state, and it is pure until you bring proof to to show otherwise.

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And we don't have any clear evidence shows otherwise.

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Play

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I want to I know it's it's time to just give me two to three minutes to wrap this up in five minutes max. If this has been the case,

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it make it even if we say that these alcohol

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that might exist in some perfumes. Okay, that's even though it's not the reality. But let's assume that let's assume also that the coughing medicine

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let's assume there is so doctors you guys can tell me. There is tons of medicines. Not only the coughing tons

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Have medicines that use the ethanol alcohol. And it's part of it. So some people would say this is just this is impure. And we'll make the usage of this hot.

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And first of all, we can dismiss this easily by saying, I'll hormone in itself is not magic. Number two, I said earlier that we differentiate between our karma. And the element would call alcohol. Because alcohol has, that's an element has many different forms. And we said three of them. Number three, that the alcohol that does exist in these medicine and this is not a form of humbled people drink it for joy and like being I or somebody like that. And number five, we said that there is need for it, and since it's a small percentage, and it will not lead into intoxications it is allowed it is permissible. What is forbidden in Islam is to cure someone or to use a hammer the pure hammer as

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a form of medicine.

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That's when a ruler method is not allowed unless there is necessity in Allah and Islam in their in Illa. Answer Allahu de la de da de La Habra, la you're not allowed to cure yourself with something which is how long but this is something like somebody, you know what, I'm asleep Plus, I have insomnia.

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And I'm so stressed out and yet, you know what, go take maybe like some heavy liquor to just knock you off. No, you can use this as a as a form of medicine. You know, I'm saying

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but almost as the societies in this case, I do believe in necessities, that is exceptions been made, but even a hammer in a small percent even the actual common in a small percentage added turn to another element. And this new element, it will not a hammer will not be considered

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a dominating element. It will not be something lead intoxication. This element even though part of the karma is held to be used.

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A lot of people think that anything Ibiza salemme, mascara, Cafiero for a little Haram. Whatever much of it will intoxicate it means a few of it will be at home as well. A lot of people don't understand what this means. What this hadith means. But this hadith means

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if you drink one bottle of beer, you will not get intoxicated. Some people like that, you know, I'm not excellent. Never tried alcohol in my life. But let's assume somebody drink one beer and he will not use across the hall I'm not intoxicated. No is that but if he drink, for example, five or 10, he will be

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drunk. So the Hadith goes here, what much of it will make you intoxicated little bit of it will not be allowed. You know, one sip of Hama is not gonna make you drunk. Just one sip of wine. We said it's forbidden not because intoxicating, because a lot of this one will intoxicate you. But that's not the same case. If you have a lot of bit of the Hummer added to a pole or like a huge amount and you have a new product.

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Okay, a new product that comes out of it. Let's say you see use alcohol and you added to the medicine, or you added to whatever product that you do. In this case, it will not make it let's say you burn

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steak with alcohol.

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If you do it how long because you are using this but let's assume you into a place where the burn the stick with alcohol. If you take the position that alcohol is not just you're not going to drink the steak because it's has impurity of it. Then we can debate over it's completely evaporate or not. But if you like me don't believe that it is not just original. Okay, so one more thing is that comma. I said eat steak from here until Yama piano he will not give a drunk.

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If you eat 100 of them or million of them, it will not become

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You got it. So this hadith is not like what people think that's why

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it is very useful to understand this concept especially in modern days. where kahal is you kahal is used in many as an element in many products. Finally, is vinegar allowed to use or not. And aroma himolla said the majority of the scholar said of the vinegar

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transfer from alcohol to vinegar by itself. It's Hello. This is consensus that what if it's not by itself? Michelle Hello Bobby someone process that

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if you process this, there is two positions, the majority would say it's not allowed. It's haram because the study that we just studied

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and some other the first one why it's allowed of the hum of the process by itself because it never so solemn said to say Muslim, the best of dabbing is vinegar, ml Ito only demo.

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And NW will not pray something how long. And in Ibiza Salam used alcohol, the vinegar themselves have a lot of sun. And because it transferred to a new entity, which is halal, it's not intoxicating anymore.

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But if you're the one who process those, so the majority of the scholar would say, it will not be a basically allowed. Why they say because of karma is nudges. And whatever you add to it, it will make it nudges so that the product in the end will be nudges, even if it's not intoxicating.

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You got it. So here are those who don't believe in the jaza This will not apply to them.

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This will not be an issue for them. But the majority believe in that.

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Basically, also they said because human beings transfer it and human beings not supposed to deal with harm, are they supposed to destroy harm or not to use it and will open the door for people to to buy harm or on to manufacture home? So that's why they said the process of them said that some other scholars said no we look at the outcome the outcome is hallowed, which is vinegar, which is not intoxicating is not nervous at all. So that's why it doesn't matter. Even if someone did it will not matter. And that's the position I take, especially if the vinegar made by non Muslims or someone who's not Muslims, it will be even much better in this case. And I understand as so many scholars

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this Hadith, that this man was asking the process on the permission to keep the hammer

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but it never is a solemn want to make a point that hammer cannot be kept cannot be purchased for the purpose of getting getting vinegar.

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So

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in regard to the medicine, has alcohol in it, there is a federal from the highest Council of fatawa in the Muslim world and the Muslim more Thai

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basically saying the same thing I said earlier and this was issued in 2002 in Mecca

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long time ago anyway.

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Negotiate alone and stop required to break and we will open the floor for a question if you have after salon shop