Bulugh Al Maram – Intro And Hadith 1

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You can purchase it or you can download it online. It's called bluehole muram Bulu almarhum

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bu LUGHALM rM total Milan.

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attainment of the objective according to the evidence of the Sharia.

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So this is basically a book written by and half have been hijacked on escallonia Rahim Allah. And last week we talked about who is have been hijacked by him a whole lot. So we might let someone read the introduction and I will just make a brief comment on them. Then after that, we will

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read the actual book and we take the first Holly who want to read Abdullah Ibrahim Ahmed Omar anybody

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the English

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Yes, you can borrow mine. You sit here

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just yeah, that's the introduction. here not

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only need to sit down

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you gotta go to the

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praises to Allah for his exposed and concealed bounties at all times, and peace and blessings be upon His Prophet and Messenger, his family and his companions who strive steadfastly in the path of serving Allah as religion, and their followers who inherited the knowledge for the trilemma are the heirs of the prophets, and both the quitters and the heirs to proceed. This is a concise book compromising the heidy evidence sources of the Sharia which I have compiled meticulously, so that one who memorizes it excels amongst his peers, it may assist the beginner, this book is meant for memorizing and he made it so concise so can be memorized.

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Then he said whoever memorize it will be will recognize and distinguish between his peers. Yes, it may assess the beginner student and the Learn, learn at one seeking more knowledge may find it indispensable, very good. So here the book is basically very good for those who are advanced those who are beginner,

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intermediate level.

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I have indicated at the end of every Hadith, the Imam who collected in order to be honest to the Muslim Ummah,

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and therefore,

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a sovereign stands for Akhmad. I want to make a comment on this that whenever he mentioned that a man who narrated the Hadith

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in hijaab Rahim Allah,

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many people have criticized him in this book in particular, by him mentioning that this hadith for example, in sunon, or tirmidhi, or al Bukhari and they will say it's not there. Or he was say reported by this on this on the Sunday will not find the same exact wording of the Hadith

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will say and that amendment behind an Imam had been hijacked, Rahim Allah He is right. And I can tell you, most of those who criticized him are wrong.

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For many reasons, one had been hajra Rahim Allah tala sometimes refer to copies of these books of Hadith in collections, not in the hands of the people who criticize them. So every book and Hadith has multiple copies in the old days. It's not like today it just an actual exact copy from the book. You just reprinted. No in the old days. It's a collections and people

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Write it down. Okay, let's say Say hello Bahati. That is one a student of a Buhari wrote down and Buhari Rahim Allah and collected the whole entire slate here Bahati, he wrote it down, or either from this from basically the original copy that written by the Imam himself. That's right, somebody will copy the when people make copies. Unfortunately, these copies are not identical in many times. So some of them might have skipped some of the ahaadeeth. Some of them they might have skipped statement mentioned by the Imam himself. That's why you when you compare the copies of the books, there is another another science we have in Sharia. When we look at the copies of the books, we look

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at who made the copy, some of the narrators are more trustworthy than others. That's why we will say this rewire of Malik Malik, for example, has many people narrated multimatic. But we have rewritable Qasim, for example, or the Wyatt this Imam better than that Imam because he was one immediate student of his he was very meticulous, very accurate. Same thing with berhadiah rahima. Hola. So many times that Imam had been hedger would refer to cubbies that is not in the hands of those who came later on and start saying hey this how do you they didn't find it in the bada didn't find it a Muslim? Yes, because you don't have the same copy that bin hajer had Rahim Allah that's number one.

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Number two, many times that amount have been hijacked Rahim Allah has a method, which is he will narrate the Hadith matassa, he will basically take part of the Hadith part, let's say the Hadith is two lines, he might take just one specific sentence from it, and will not mention the whole thing. So he knows that the same knowledge will be able to refer to so when you say this sentence, for example.

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You go you don't find this sentence by itself. So but you might find that so but but he's correct, because he referred to Allison to the where it originally came from. And that his method and that method known Yeah, and he not only he is the only one doing that. And this the two reasons, in my opinion, many people who have attacked and have been hedgerow him Allah is specifically about this book. And I'm not sure if this class is the right audience for going into that details while we go. But if there is examples, I'll make sure to share it for those who will benefit from it. Because as we know, this Class is broadcast and many different level of people listen to the class.

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And then he followed that by the codes that he use in his book. And this code is very important to be familiar with, because every Imam has a code that he goes by. And let's see what he said. Oh, hey, Mahalo to Allah.

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Yes, a seven or seven stands for Buhari Muslim Buddhahood nasai a tirmidhi animada. So when he said this reported by the seventh he means these seven books Okay, let's sit down. The six stands for the rest excluding

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so the six

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excluding Rahim Allah

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I'll come sir the five stands for the rest except al Bukhari and Muslim.

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Or I may say orbera the for an admin. I mean by the for the rest except the first three, middle Buhari and Muslim and a selasa. And by thalassa, I mean the rest except the first three and the last one, I mean, motif upon la agreed upon al Bukhari and Muslim and I might not mention them with anyone else. And any other thing apart from these clarification is clear. I have named it this book, boo, boo, de la, la calm the attainment of the objective according to evidence of the ordinances.

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And I pray to Allah not to render what we have learned a calamity against us, but may he guide us to act according to what pleases him the glorified the exalted one.

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Very good to the color here.

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Another comment that I want to make in regard to the copies of the books that we have

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one of the books that you will find a lot of interesting

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point, which is Muslim Imam Rahim Allah. You'll find a lot of people refer to Muslim Imam and you might go and you wouldn't find that Hadith that people

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said it's an I met and you will find the Muslim that we have today. And the reason because of Rahim Allah is Muslim it

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was collected in a very unique way.

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That in his time there is a great man by the name of Abdullah bin Salim al bacillary wahome Hadley to Zamani from Makkah. He was worried that Muslim ashmit is huge and it will disappear, it will be lost. Okay, this collection and it will be lost and the work of Metro Manila will be lost. So what he did he start collecting all these copies all the ahaadeeth all the papers and the collection of that. How did that reportable, Rahim Allah and he divided it and he organized it and he start sending messages to the scholars. He were Rasul Allah map and collect whatever the scholars have. Somebody studied under limit Mohammed heard that him handwriting, a hadith from aboubaker, from Omar

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from earth map and start collecting all this a hadith. And he tried to organize it together. Then it became the book that you have in your hand today. So actually, the actual work of making that copy final copy was the work of this amount. And he made many copies of it. And he started distributing it and basically different countries in Egypt and Bonaire and bustle Kufa, Mecca and Medina and and so forth.

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And from one of these cubbies, one of these cubbies that he sent it to different countries was printed. What was printed the one that we have today.

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You see, I'm saying and if you look at it half have been a soccer for example him a lot. And he was in the sixth century, when he wrote the index of Mr. De Lima Mohammed Rahim Allah, you will find the T mentioned many Messiah need many collection of highly discerning companions. They are not exist in the cubby that we have in our hand today.

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This basically collections of these particular narrators are lost from a book limit, Rahim Allah today, we don't have unless we found another copy of Muslim that somewhere in the world. And that will complete what is missing from it.

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You know, unfortunately, much of our heritage kytherian seraphina Elmi was lost. And the reason for this losses that number one, basically, the technology came late, the tech, the documentation of the books have been very, very early in time in Islam. And also another main reason that the wars, especially the destruction of Bella dad's library, when the tar came and destroyed it about that. And that basically was a big problem that led mini books were basically destroyed and thrown in the river. Then add to this, what the Crusader did what were

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were

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in Africa

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were the Crusaders, that in Jerusalem very good than Jerusalem and all the Sham with the burn most of the books that was there on the work of the scholars. After this, the other Crusaders in the west of Europe were basically Spain and Puerto Rico and the libraries burned activists, activists, the civil wars,

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the civil wars that took place, sometimes when a dynasty comes or when there is someone comes hate other group of people will burn their books.

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Add to this add to this any there is history. there even there is a book that I have in the library here in the mustard, it called How to pull kutub Valhalla Tolkien is some people will say this book should be banned. So he will collect all the copies of that book, I will stop burning it

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and will not leave any one of the the copies of the book just because he doesn't like that book. Or he thinks that this book is wrong.

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I love it I danik in many incidents, you will find that we at one point in our history in this snap, the fight was so ugly between the format that

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the format and you will read in the history how for example

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In Damascus, we generate the mesh, Kenya zubaba whom Allah Bob 50 Zanetti good to be. Now for Shafilea while hanabi la wellhead Ababa home kotoba you will read and the history of Damascus in particular, in the master of Damascus, how sometimes you will see some of that shaffir is or the HANA fees. Usually they are the one who always against each other, they will burn each other's libraries and destroy each other's collections of books, and schools. And sometimes the ham bellies and model at one point in our history, it was that bad, because the basically the tension was so strong, that led to many books to what disappear as well. Besides the natural disasters, and, you

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know, the fires that burned books, and, you know, most of the scholars also were poor. They don't have money to have students and hire people to make copies out of their books. So

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all this fee Janet,

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and one of the worst thing and the history in all this. One reason I put it like one thing a lot of some of them came together, but equal to it.

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Mahathir added a standard model. And for instance, he will be a Barney, who are lendy Liberata Muslim. What However, in the climate carnism era, were the Muslim countries colonized by the Dutch, by the Italians, by the English by the French, those people have destroyed it out by the Russian

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destroyed our heritage.

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Walking into,

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for example, some of these museums in Europe like the Dutch Museum, and Amsterdam, you will see cubby

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which is a soul an image of it, of a book that written by the man behind him of Raja Rahim Allah, one of the greatest book bill as I need with Tafseer interferon. It's one of the greatest book ever we know as Muslims, as a collections, you will find the copy in the museum like this nice copy. But there is like a hole in the middle circle in the middle, like in a perfect circle made

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by a machine.

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So nobody can benefit from the book. But it's the paper is still very old, and like habits of historical value, but have no actual value, we cannot benefit from it as Muslim.

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And that was the case for many years, until in the 90s. After the fall of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union and break into many different states, we found a copy actually from tafsir, of nebby hatom. And I'm not sure if Kazakhstan is on one of these 70 countries, we found a good copy of it. And was the first time to be published and hamdulillah. Today, the book is republished we offer I grow up, like for example, knowing that there is only one copy. And and that museums, which is basically intentionally destroyed. And that's just an example if you see what the British did to the books in India, and the libraries of India, make you cry.

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If you hear about what they have done to the books and Syria, the books the French what they did to the, to all these libraries in the Syria in Lebanon and Palestine, in Egypt, and and you go on North Africa, it's a sad story. So our price, our books really been attacked through many centuries. But again, Allah subhana wa tada promised that he will save this religion. I'm saying this because many people don't understand that the concept of books. That's why when someone published a book, one of the first thing we do as a researcher, we make sure that this book is basically really written by that individual. You have to have a need, and we check it and we have the authenticity of it. And we

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know who wrote it when he wrote it, and to make sure that it's authentic copy. And that's a whole entire work done by the amount of law and the specialized scholars knows about this and studied that.

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And so, here we see that emammal Rahim a lot mentioned has

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basically

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terms, so when he said the four, the three, the three

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The seven the six you will know what he means by that because this terminologies are not unified. So for example, you might find a sitter the six some roadmap will not include urban magic, but we'll replace synonyms and imagine with Muslim Emma Hola. Some scholars might not include imagine included in Jose ministered, some of them will say when I say reported by Asahi I refer to it with Jose or whatever Panera he was said it means that a Buhari will Muslim and

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a people have different terminologies that's why it's so important for you to know what are the terminologies of that book what he means by that by what what he basically when he have these quotes

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Today we will only take one Hadith which is the first Hadith and

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Sharla next time we'll have multiple ahaadeeth together. Go ahead.

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Yeah, the issue of banding books. It still exists in many countries. They're not allowed to have certain books, unfortunately. Yes.

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Go ahead.

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Yes, okay. Call him Allah from Allah. kitahara Babu, Mia, and be Reuter are they alone and

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call Colorado lon sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Phil

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who are Toho Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa Hello my

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word hello my Tato kita Well, hello Well hello with warm

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I will do my Hello my my Tato Nova

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talk about like accuracy and Hadeeth

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cuz I don't memorize it. Well, hello, or I don't know. Well, hello. And hello method. Yes. So there

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is there is while here. Yeah. Okay, so if there is wow, that's the copy that okay? That's why I asked you. Okay.

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We're gonna be shaver. We're lovable. Oh, he said reported by the for what that means the four. Let's see how good memory

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he just explained to you, huh?

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are they for?

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Come on?

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an SI Buddhahood. Eternity. webinar magic. Okay, this is the for

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zema what tirmidhi wa humara OSHA,

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OSHA. OSHA. Are you very good.

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Did you read the English? Okay.

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Just the Hadith

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narrated Abu hurayrah de la Allah's Messenger sallallahu Sallam said regarding the sea, its water is purifying and it's that animals are lawful to eat. Very

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this headed headed ebihara the Allahu wa abora anybody knows who's His name is?

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Abdul Rahman. You know there is about 30 different opinions among the scholars. What is his name? His who knocks that Athenian poll female who is

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30 different opinions who is abora right? Yeah. And what is his name? First Name is Why? Because he never was called Abu hurayrah.

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He never was called Abu hurayrah. Always sorry, he never was called entourage man. He always called Avaya. He is known by his nickname.

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Okay, no Abu hurayrah. Nobody knows anything other than a Bora Bora colorata. All the hadith of Herrera Bora. When do you see him been mentioned by his name? Man. That's why people get so confused and there is many scholars. Okay. Like for example, many people don't know what's been named as

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sir Abdullah. He sang Allah. It says Abdullah, what's in green? It just became what Sal Bahar is name

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very few people know what's Muslim.

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them's name.

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Say what's the tournament his name?

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What's his name?

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What's imagined his name?

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We don't know. Most of us we don't know why? Because it became so popular by his last name popular by his kuhnian. I'm saying this because you have so many orientalist today saying that Abu hurayrah and some people wrote this car who had the whole Rafa Abu hurayrah is a made up character. Some people said there is no such thing even in history callable or IRA. That's something the Sydney people made up. They said the scholar of Hadith made up to make up all this Ahadi that he made, and the use these difference of opinions between the other map on what is his name is to say that he was not real or was real, he will be known. But this nonsense is real. The only reason this difference

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of opinion about what is his name is because people never mentioned his name. All was he mentioned by his nickname, which is

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and why he was called Abu hurayrah.

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Actually, the correct opinion is named after American soccer dosi and it was mentioned in some of the narrations specifically and he was called about IRA because he used to carry a kitten with him all the time. But all they allow a lot of law. A lot of kids and in his sleeves, the sleeves was like old days sleeves are big. So you're always carried with him. Going to the mustard walk in the street. He always have this little kitten with him and he will feed her take care of her. That kitten so that's why it was called a burrito the father of the kitten hurayrah. Yeah, and the lira, the small little cat. Okay, the kitten. So that's why he was called Abu huraira Allah Allah, Allah

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wa. And by the way, Allah and

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never narrated a hadith never narrated a single headed, no one else narrated that had led me to follow daddy Abu huraira, beheadings and an individual solemn.

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Every single Hadith you will find our generated you will find someone else also narrated the same thing. So those who claim that Abu hurayrah making up a hadith or it's impossible for someone to narrate all this a hadith in a short period of time that he became Muslim.

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They said that some people said Barrera became Muslim later on,

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like seven years of digital. So they said How come he was in short period of time was able to narrate all this I had

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leukemia and here we

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are jawab. The answer for this is two points. Number one, that Abu huraira narrated a lot of a hadith also about the past that he heard it from the companions about the past the thing that the person said before number one number two, just be able hora della became completely doing nothing but with the prophets of Psalms all the time. 24 seven, listening to him and learning from him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and no doubt we spent this time even if it's a year or two, you will be able to generate how many headaches generated or the alarm? What around 6000 honey?

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That's it.

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But this is 6006 off is nothing.

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Remember, Rahim Allah said I memorized a million narrations

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and he said an alpha alpha alpha Hadeeth gamma for Fatiha I memorized 1 million narrations the way I memorized Al Fatiha

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and he

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what's so big deal about 6000 How did that

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sound oh it's impossible memorize all this and he lived in a time where people have very sharp clear memory and add to this what started to shut up I set the agenda be solid mid door for him that alarm make their heads settle in his heart. Yes but we

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can fill

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in regard to the see.

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this hadith has a story that people came to the press on this video so loud they are fishermen okay? They said jasola when we go fishing, you know the boat is small. So we have limited space. So we take limited amount of what water with us. Right? limited amount of water. So Yasser Allah, if we use the water for water every time and if someone had a dream and he has to take a loser, okay, wash himself with the water. How's the water?

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gone and we will be in trouble

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because we can drink from the sea obviously

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I find it what

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are we allowed to make from the water of the sea?

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I have a question for you guys.

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Why the sim companion asked about this

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why would they ask about is it allowed to make rubble from the sea

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isn't Don't they know it is allowed to use water

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is the right so, why the sea for them became something different than the water that they use in Mecca or Medina or when the river from the well or from why the sea look to them something different.

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What is the same color

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the taste it tastes different it has the taste of it is completely different. It is very salty. So the thought because of the change of the taste, that means the maybe this water is not allowed to be used.

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That's right.

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Nor can you make will vote with

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iced tea.

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Can you

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why

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because the color and the taste is different. Okay, it basically became not water why became not water because the taste of it became different. The the texture of it became looks different. So they thought that change that this is not the water that we familiar with. So maybe that water is not allowed to be used to make with it with the you.

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I have another question for you before we move forward, daddy.

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Hannah's Sahaba in the home Chef fito hora tilma

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Do they have doubt about the purity of the water of the sea?

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No alcohol will say yes. With all my respect.

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Okay for this I said yes. Okay. Nobody will ever say yes. Why? Because the Sahaba understood the touching the water doesn't make them nudges they didn't need to wash themselves every time they know that this fish came out of the water is not necessarily need to wash it the understand that that the water of the sea is not impure, they understand it is what pure, but the question is, is this pure thing this pure liquid, this pure sea is it allowed for me is it allowed for me to use it as a form of purification to purify me from and purify me from being not habitable for me have had an aqua sexual impurity okay with that, water will be sufficient to do that or not.

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Because of this

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stuff we do, because of this understanding because of this point. And urashima mala, some of them said and map can be classified into three categories.

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Fire is pure water who

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which is pure, but has the ability to purify

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and not just impure

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because the companion and so the prophets of Salaam told them it is who it is just not only thought had a pure as you think it's pure and has the ability to purify you as well. Is that clear? Is that clear?

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Very good.

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So he said salaria himself who are up to hooroo na EU. Why? Because the see that these changes in it while purify what's the whole

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kind of Illa Allah.

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Allah asleep at the purified water, the purifying water is the water that basically stays the way Allah created it.

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The See that's how it's made. The rain that's how it is. It didn't change. But if, if the water change was something different than the way it was originally, it either became

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impure if it's changed by something impure, or a change with something pure so it became by it's a water but it's still not basically a water that you can use to purify so for example the tea that I just said to the normal earlier the iced tea somebody said it looks like a water actually every time you go to the restaurant especially certain restaurant the basically the put your glass and it's full of water and a little bit of eye and iced tea in it it looks like water that's right. It's so watery in you might argue to water but in reality that's not anymore even if you call it water if as a liquid but it is something new and entity for example, let me give an example of water that mix

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with a flower

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color is a hot

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mix with flour there's not any more water that you can use for oboe

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because it's change the color of it the nature of but some LMS said no, this is too complicated.

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Let just say the water is two categories

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one ages

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out the who manages it is pure and impure don't say three because the third one basically the tea that whatever you're going to call it whatever anything you mix with the water it became a new entity it called tea and new entity it became perfume and you entity it become juice a new entity it became milk you add milk to it so there's not any more water so don't call a pie don't call it water because that confused people the Hanafi goes that way that route the Hanafi believe that just have to and some cannabigerolic given to me Rahim Allah as well. So just make it to and just be in the safe side. You need to make it simple.

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But you have the shaft and hanabi law and big the majority of the vaca ha would say no, it should be three category the one that have the ability to remove the habit remove the impurity remove the state of not having that color.

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And the one which is pure in itself but had doesn't have the power to change your habit doesn't have the power to make with with it or also with it. That's called power.

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They

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have the whole one of the thing that we found the Navy so solemn talked about the earth. And he said about the earth. And it

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was really a tale of domestic Eden,

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or H waterhole. The earth is a mustard and pour, pour it means the one wood can purify. So we know that the land outside is not it's not magic, it's pure. But it has ability more than it is just pure. It does have the ability to remove you from the state of Nevada, or the state of sexual impurity, okay, which is an adjuster, nudges and how to think about all Ocelot. So this is the line. So base basically never saw him give it a terminologies of before. And that's why the hanabi was so persistent about the word before because they said that this terminology used not in linguistic form, but in a technical format, which gives a technical meaning it means that this liquid or this

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water, or this land have the ability to remove the header to remove the state of not having a law or the state of having sexual and impurity.

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Then in the base of solemn said, well, Hill may Teto that he said, and it's dead animals are lawful. I love the English translation here. It's dead animal. So it means this animal among that

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animal of the sea. That's right. It's dead animal is lawful.

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Because in Arabic language, when we read and Hello, my teacher, that the dead animal of this the dead animal on the sea, is lawful the dead animal in the sea. It's lawful

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So if that means of there is a bird,

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or a duck dive down to catch a fish and get stuck and died would be allowed for you to eat that duck.

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Because it's not its animal. That's right. That's the vast majority of the alcohol.

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But some of the molokhia some of the other mats had no any animal die in the sea became hollow.

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Because it said it's dead animal is hella says any animal Paolo hottel kibble kunzea even dog and pigs have the die inside it became hot.

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So if you really really want bacon, that's the only way

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But absolutely, that's unacceptable. us wrong. But

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it's animal it means the animals you like what the fish? So let's say you found a dead fish on the sea. Can you eat from it?

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A dead fish floating?

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Can you eat it? Yes.

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That's why when you take the fish out of the to the boat, you don't want slaughter, even if it's still alive. That's right. I saw some Muslim. Like, oh, let me catch it before it died. If it died, he lost the crop. Or lobsters or shrimp or anything like that. Take it out. And you know how they cook it? They basically or like crawfish it's still alive?

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Can you let it until to die? Yes. So it's a dead animal it is love question. Those fishermen did they ask the prophets of Salaam about the meat or the dead animal of the sea?

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Or the only ask him about the ruling of using the SI photo.

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Only asked about ourselves if we are allowed to make it or not. That's right. Why inhibition salemme add this to them?

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How they Simona jawaban Hakeem the wise answer when you see that the one who asking you a question need extra information. Even if he doesn't ask about it, you explain it to him and you'll be precise don't give him a lecture like what I'm doing right now. Okay definitely long talk make a short answer if they could not figure out in their own that they can make we'll go with the water of the sea they will not figure out if the dead animal that you see floating on the sea it's allowed for them to eat it or not

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in a visa select assume that also because the water is essential for you to survive that's right and the water is essential for you to make with it because there is no sand to make the moment the sea That's right. So they need this water to make Salah also the need the food to survive to eat as a vegan run out of water they might run out of what the food as well. So he's telling them and they're not going to use the fish that he got for cell if the Find a dead animal in the sea or a dead

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one of its animal, they are allowed to eat it. So individual allowed he was a lamb give them that extra information because he thought that the world needed

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our last panel yada yada yada yada Dean. So, this hadith tells us that the water of the sea is absolutely pure and purify you, you can use it. So you can make a lot with it you can make also with it and it will is the sea only the ocean. No, it can be the ocean it can be the river it can be a huge lake lakes it apply also to

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any large quantity of water even though tile Baba Villa and Alba lyac La ilaha illa Allah

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some Elon Musk said linguistically the word baja sea only refer to saltwater not freshwater. But it doesn't matter here. It doesn't matter in this and it even if it is linguistically mean the saltwater that applied to freshwater as well.

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more to learn about the ruling of the water and what's considered pure what's considered a pure and how this can purify inshallah, in the following a hadith and I'm

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started with this because the following headings are very connected to each other. So you will see that like the next 600 are very connected because they build they basically let me use them to build our cases about identifying what the water that consider pure on how the water can turn to be impure and, and so forth.

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So shala looking forward to see you next week of Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh