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The student should purify his inner self can carry the title,

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the educator of the teacher and the student and the adversity of adversity of knowledge and the scholars of evil in the scholars of afterlife so Ramallah data he says that this is a chapter right now on the etiquette of seeking students and the teacher and the pitfalls of random what does that mean sometimes people they deceived themselves with it. And there are there are side effects of what you do and how you perceive knowledge within the bad intentions, for example, and that's what it says that Sue, teachers and scholars are unfortunately have evil intentions, while Amala Cara those who have really taken the Astra and the sick and teaching and learning the knowledge. So who are

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they let's talk about this.

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The student should purifies herself from lowly characteristics and pray and pain worthy traits before anything else because knowledge is the worship of the heart. What does he mean by that? When he says that the students should first start with what were the purifying the inner self, because the inner self is considered what it's the pot is that it's the envelope in which the knowledge is going to be contained. And knowledge that itself is a bad knowledge is a bar that is an act of worship. And it cannot be put in some that is not pure. So if your inner self is not that pure, and you try to not to fill it with ailment, knowledge, what's going to happen, he's going to repel it is

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not going to stay there. Because it's not that rebar should be in something that's pure and all our Ibadat done, it's an act of purity. So remember when you make your Salah what you do, you make will do Tahara and you make sure that your clothes are clean you places clean. When you when you fast, the same thing you purify your action and your deed you don't look at what notes are supposed to be looking at. You don't see what you will not touch what you're not supposed to touch. Because you now you sanctify the act of Nevada. It's the heart right now. So similar he says look when it comes to subject of knowledge, it's an act of it's an activity Vida and it's nude its light as Imam Sheikh

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Mohammed Allahu Allah, He says called sugarcoated. Okay, and so heavily for shedding electrical mousy, well, so he said, I complained to my teacher waqia that I stopped forgetting. He told me to quit committing sins. And he told me about an event and Eleonora. Why not Allah, Allah evidently asked me because that n is new, it's light. And the light of Allah subhana wa, tada will not be given to someone who's a sinner. So therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, if you truly want to seek that knowledge and retain that knowledge, you need to work on that envelope on that part in where you're going to be saving that knowledge, or at least keeping that knowledge. So your heart

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used to be pure, pure from the evil intentions, and also says, You're our man. Why, because what is the essence of seeking knowledge anyway, it's improving your character that comes to your actions. And if you're not willing to change your ways, if you're not willing to change your ways of living, then in this case, that knowledge is going to become maybe generic, and prove against you, and at the same time will not be beneficial. Because we said that we mentioned that many, many times already. That the end that is considered beneficial is the one that really has an effect on you, that you practice. Because if you don't practice it, it's gone will be it will disappear. So here he

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said, he made this as a disclaimer, because listen, the most important thing you need to learn as a student of knowledge, you have to make sure that you put your purification of your neffs of your heart as a priority. And that's what the dilemma they call it a layer to attack layer. What does that mean? So there's a tough layer. And there's definitely a tough layer is when you vacate your heart from anything that is unworthy of keeping.

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What to hear is when you sweet in your heart by adding to it that which make us actually beautiful. So the first thing before we start adding anything to your heart, what do you need to do? Empty, it first, needs to be empty, you need to have space, because if your heart is already full filled Woodward with Rada, UCLA, all these ill intentions and bad behaviors and bad character, all of this is in there. And now you're trying to put something pure in it, there is no enough room for

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and no matter how much you try, whatever is filling the space is gonna eventually prevail, and show your character. So he's telling us a look, you need to vacate your heart. For me that is bad. So you can receive that which is pure in the form of knowledge. So keep that in your mind. It's not really about how many books you read. It's not really about how many pages you memorize. It's how much you really return that on your heart and it shows in your character and your behavior and your action. Let's go. He should disassociate himself from all distractions. For when one's mind is focused on more than one thing. It falls short in grasping the realities of things. The second thing that he's

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shown us of he says, After you purify your heart, and now it's ready to receive that which is pure Al Hamdulillah BAM in the form of a beta such as seeking knowledge is after that you need now to make sure that your heart is not distracted with that which you

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is considered vain. He's not saying something haram. But Shaohua things are an unworthy of you people are paying attention to like, for example, today we live in a time and actually today, the greatest manifestation of this level, the greatest manifestation of useless Yanni practices and behavior isn't our time. It comes in the form of water Gemma

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social media use your phone.

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How many people are there who are addicted to their phones? Literally, you can't look at them unless they're just glued to their phone. What are they doing there anyway? They're watching someone else's business.

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That's what they do. And they just kind of like keep us browsing and scrolling and indefinitely. And they wake up after a few hours, that oh my god, I wasted two hours on this thing, somehow the greatest manifestation of these unnecessarily showers and admirers. So he says Rahmatullah that in order for you now that you've purified your heart, what do you need to do? You need to never allow your heart to be distracted. And don't distract yourself with unnecessary things. This Shiva and Allah Allah that are not necessarily fully in the dunya. And they don't benefit you in the Accra either. You need to make sure to stay focused. That's what he's saying you need to show just to

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focus for NLV Kurata. Mata Mata was Matata was that Cassata and Dragon haka, because if your heart is already divided, if it's already divided, you cannot heart you know, wholeheartedly. Focus on one thing. So if your heart is not between money, pleasure, and then recreational time, and then taking a break, and this and that and all these matters of dunya How do you expect to bring your heart wholeheartedly to attend a session like this? How many people come to attend, for example, such as knowledge, and after 510 minutes, they start itching.

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Why? Because they're not used to it.

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They start thinking about what they want to check their phone, they want to get out, they want to do this, they want to call somebody, they want to talk to somebody else. There's so many sharara and perhaps they don't even have to do these things. We just did not focused how many times you decided to stay after fajr until sunrise. But then you sit down for 510 minutes and then Subhanallah you look there's another 2025 minutes into sunrise and you realize what I have other things to do. No you don't.

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You're harder just distracted

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and try to convince yourself I have other things to worry about and take care of. So even even Kodama himolla says that the second thing after you purify your heart, making sure that now it's not just that it's 100 fuel from any Muhammad, anything haram anything that is halal, but unnecessary to you, you need to avoid that.

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In order for your heart to be focused, you're going to have to deprive yourself for many, many, many things. It's panela one time and I remember the statement from my my sister have with Allah was a kid who is still a teenager at the time. And we were swimming in the swimming pool in a public swimming pool with her husband and the kids. So as we were assuming that she was sitting out there wonderful hijab and Canada and looking at us, and it was odd. So I was juggling has headwater to jump with us.

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She goes, I wish. But then she taught me a lesson she goes well, I can Federalist the common Herman

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Seminole is a farmer and Herman, the price for steadfastness. The price for steadfastness is depreciation.

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What does that mean? In order to remain steadfast? You are going to have to give up on things for the sake of Allah, Soprano, Danna, and I'm like, wow, that hit me so hard. I never actually forgot that statement for more than 40 years right now.

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Because truly, if you would like to remain steadfast, if you'd like to stay on that path, you then have to give up many, many things for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala with pleasure.

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You give it up for plant with pleasure, not with grief and sorrow. And no, you have to do that. That's the terminal is the karma to him remember this. So he remember Cadabra him Allah does reminding us that look, if you would like to have your heart, you know, focused, you're going to have to give up many things for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. And these things don't have to be haram. You don't have to give up some of the halal as well to in order to remain focused and steadfast. Yes,

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the predecessors would prefer knowledge over everything else. It has been reported at the moment.

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May Allah have mercy on him? Only married in the age of 40. Why did he wait until he became for

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the signals but there's another other reasons some of them are they have other reasons?

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Because the mother, surrender mothers.

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Now, is that something you should do? Not necessarily because the prophets of Assam was better than everybody else? Yes, the prophets are certain he was

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If this is what hate when he was when he became 40, which is why some alumni, they actually they make the mark for it as the time for them to, you know to start. And I remember also want to order my shoe shoe addition to have it all out. And he did the same thing too. He waited actually to serve his mother.

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I don't want to be distracted, I want to serve my mother. So yeah, that's a choice to make. But Mr. Mohammed, Allah, Allah, he just wanted to focus on M and knowledge. And for him getting married, having kids is going to distract

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is going to distract him. So it's I want to focus on this when I feel satisfied, then He will fulfill the obligation of you know, getting married and having kids now

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Somebody was gifted a slave girl. But when she came to him, he was thinking about the deliberate derivation of a religious matter. So he withdrew from him. Then he said, Take her to the slave trade. So he asked, Did I do something wrong? He replied, No, but my heart became distracted by you and you are not worthy enough to prevent me from my knowledge. So obviously, that was a time when this was something that was practiced in that society. And for him, the whole point is what he was focusing on the knowledge. But then having her there was just kind of his mind was was distracted, he goes, You know what, I'm not I'm not ready for you.

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Just go American for you. And to focus on my own knowledge, that kind of sacrifices obviously remember, Kodama Rahim, Allah is bringing in one of the, one of the sides of the spectrum, like this could be at some point, you could say a little bit overboard, and that you give up everything that Allah made halal for you for that, for the sake of knowledge, people are of different capacities. Some people can afford that some people cannot. So you need to, you need to take these examples, not as the ultimate example for you, but an inspiration, how much dedication people have given to me Allah subhana, Allah gave us a bit to make the dedication for Amira, Brahman. Now, given the student

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must surrender to the teacher, like a patient surrenders to the doctor. So here now he starts given the specific instructions to the student on how to deal with your teacher. So number one, he says, I once again, rather than the student must surrender to the teacher, like a patient surrenders to the doctor, he must humble himself before him nplfa service excessively, what it says that you throw yourself in front of your teachers, just like the sick and ill person in front of the envelope, the Doctor, what does that exactly mean? What's the ratio between a doctor and

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the patient?

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Strong, strong level of trust. So there's trust, right? I mean, you're not gonna go to a doctor if you don't trust them, right? Hopefully. And what else?

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Use whatever the doctor tells you, you're going to do it. If the doctor says open your mouth, what are you going to say? Why? Show me the evidence, right? You're not going to agree with the data in these moments. You trust them. If they say lay down, you

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do this, you do that, though this. So he says that look, in the beginning of you're seeking knowledge with your teacher, that's what you do. When he tells you something, just trust his judgment.

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And at the beginning, you're still learning at some point to shallow out and you're going to become independent or somewhat independent. But at the very beginning, you need just to keep moving. So therefore, just learn from your teacher, and trust him. So he said, just like the patient with the teach with the doctor, the doctor, you need to trust Him, and of course, to give him the rain, so he could teach you and tell you what to do, what not to do. Sometimes doctors give you it give you things you don't like to do like what?

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Medications for example, it's better, I don't like that medication is gonna have to take it. Sometimes it gives you a program and a schedule for 10 days antibiotics, say I'm gonna take a five inch shallow tan. That doesn't work if he told you 10 days, 10 days. Sometimes they asked you to quit certain practices, like what? Like, for example, staying up all night, or eating too much carbs and sweets? You're not going to tell them? No, thank you for advice. I don't I don't accept that. If you're looking for your own benefit, you're going to have to listen to them.

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And you're going to have to follow their instructions. Similarly with your teacher. If he says, hey, you need to start working for fisherman. Come do this. Come do that. Don't do this. Don't do that. It's for your own good. So you're going to have to listen even if you think it's too much. It's hard. But it's for you online. Now.

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If Nia Latino Latina who aren't too cold to write the method, read the law and say, This is how we were ordered to treat the scholars Subhanallah This is one of the beautiful stories you know, they both Sahaba have been abuzz and say they've been Salat, and they've been Sabbath was not that old. In comparison to the edge of anambas If an ibis was a teenager

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When when they did, the tablet was actually a little bit older. Still, though, when it came to seeking knowledge, they dropped the law and have an ambassador and he would walk by the horse of the Debian tablet holding the rain force element there but then help him work mount the horse and come come down from the horse. And it might even say that the law and kind of like a little bit shy and feeling uncomfortable. So one of those occasions as Age of the Law one was

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Oregon Ibis was working with zayde He don't call them nama Rasulullah. Look, Listen, you the family of the Prophet selasa, you were the cousin of the Prophet SAW Selim, you are the ride with me, I'm gonna start walking down with you. He goes, you stay where you are, I stay where I am, Hakka Omen enough Allah, Allah, Allah ma, this is how we've been ordered to deal with developer.

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Now we need to respect them. And that sense. Now unfortunately, in some cultures, people they'll over exaggerate that. And I've seen some practices that will be a little bit overboard. Like what, for example, would come to kissing their shoes, for example, because in their feet as they put their shoes into their feet, and, and, and all the kinds of things and so on. So this is there's too much too much of that kind of stuff. And that's not appropriate at all. But respect, obviously, and take care of them. For example, preparing for the class and so on. I've seen some of the students will will share with me Rahmatullah, like, how the students really cared for the shape for his needs, if

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you need water, preparing the class, taking care of all the tables, and all the chairs and everything, and so on. So he just doesn't concern himself with all of that he just comes to deliver the session handler, but I mean, and move after that. So a level of respect that is required and needed in order for us to appreciate the time that we get from our teachers. Now. If a student is too proud to learn from someone who is not famous for his knowledge, he is ignorant, because for the believer, wisdom has the object of persevering west, so he takes it wherever he finds it. Furthermore, let him leave his personal opinion for the opinion of Office teacher. For a teacher's

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error benefits, this will benefit the student more than his own correctness. What does that exactly mean? It says if a student is too proud to learn from someone who is not famous for his knowledge, and that happens in our time as well, what how do people gauge the knowledge of a person today? By the number of followers, right?

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But the number of followers, how many views how many of this one of the unfortunately, so the more we see, the more crowd we see going into that in one direction. We think this is where I should be. But somehow I always teach students I said, Look, sometimes you have hidden gems in your communities, that if you can dedicate yourself to one of those teachers have much more value get from going and traveling to go to somebody just because the name is a big name.

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Like many people, they want to learn from Chevron, Chevron Chevron, because they know they're famous. They know they're, you know, big names. And they just want to put this as part of their resume. I started with Chevron.

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But you have just as a student of knowledge, your neighbor, your friend, somebody has come to the masjid, and then a little bit more than you. So if you just study with them what they know that he could hamdulillah at a faster pace than trying to go and learn with 1000s of you and hundreds of people, and you get no access to the teacher himself. So always remember that. The second thing he mentioned over here is that if you're too proud to learn from somebody because you think you know, you're better than than them, then you lost you lost an opportunity to learn something valuable. Our alumni, they say, Centennial remodel and son and two things will deprive you of seeking knowledge,

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two things. Number one

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Alki brew, while hudgell

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Arrogance and bashfulness what does that mean? Arrogance is when you think yourself too proud or too good to learn from this individual. Like me, who is this person? For example, whether because they're younger, or maybe because they're just you don't think that they have that knowledge. You look at them you don't even look at they don't look to you as a person of knowledge. So you deprive yourself from seeking knowledge from them. Sharon, Allah sent me Rahmatullah Atala, he mentioned to us his experience with a chef Sadiq Rahmatullah Dalai.

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So they said the first time the first time he met a matcha sad Rahmatullah atta and Ali says, he just saw him in the classroom, and in his mind is like, like really seriously. I left and I left this and that's such a place to learn from the shoe over there to come learn from this bedwin That was coming through his mind Subhanallah he said the moment he started speaking, I just like oh my god.

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Also Shashank Tierra mo Allah the author of a bottle ban. I don't know how many of you and have a chance and opportunity to read through the book of a Doyle, ban or even listen to him. This man is one of those booklets of self amatola tarraleah, meaning he was an encyclopedia

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knowledge and insight will be the knowledge that we hear about orlimar who when they speak, they don't they speak as if they're reading from a book, literally.

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Their knowledge is so diverse, that you just it's so impressive Subhanallah in one session, they speak just like nones without even coughing or, or pausing. Everything's flowing flowing. Mashallah. So sweet. So I remember we heard at some point that they released the tafsir certain Amba chef, by Chef Ashanti to Rahim, Allah Tala. And I immediately went to buy those those cassettes at the demo cassettes and I bought the whole set of southern arm, I was listening to him and I could not believe my ears

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will lie when he was speaking Subhanallah you, you don't believe that he is speaking from from the heart and from memory. You literally think isn't from a book.

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Those are the type of dilemma but if you look at him, if you've seen him Amercia Rahim, Allah Allah, you would never imagine this man have this much knowledge. Never. Why? Because he looks like Bedouin. That's what people would say. That's how the amount of earned that he had the hides behind all this humbleness. So sometimes you have some local assets in your own community. Ask about them, and ask them you will learn from them in Charlotte about a quarter. The second thing he said, or the second thing we mentioned, that deprives you from seeking knowledge is bashfulness. What does bashfulness mean over here? You see, sometimes we confuse the word hire with cogen in the Arabic

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language, higher means shyness, Hjelm is bashfulness al HYAH is a positive attribute and characteristic, it deprives you from going into that which is inappropriate, that's good.

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But alhaja will prevent you from doing that which is right. Like what you see a teacher for example, or a shave, and you have a question in your mind in your heart. And just like

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what if he just doesn't understand my question? Well, if I ask the question properly, what if this what if that you give yourself all these excuses not to ask the question, and you lose a golden opportunity.

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And you missed an opportunity to learn.

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You heard and you heard a statement from the chef and a session, for example. And then suddenly, your mind is just like, oh my god, what does that even mean? And for you, you get confused about it. But now you look around. If you're embarrassed us, man, I don't want to be the one who ask this question. The only one who doesn't understand it properly. So I'm not gonna go and expose myself. And you don't ask the question to clarify the statement, and you will lose again. So two things will deprive people from seeking knowledge, being too proud to ask, are too bashful to ask. So don't feel embarrassed. It's okay. People that send them they say if you have a dumb question, I want to ask a

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dumb question or some stupid question. I said the only stupid question is the one you don't ask.

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The only dumb question is that one that you don't ask really. But the one you ask, no matter how stupid you think it is, it's valuable. Maybe not to me, but to you at least. So they learn from it. Extremely important and even IBISWorld Allah Allah he says when he was asked one time, how can you accumulate all this knowledge it goes

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be called winner who will be called Google Ascendance

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comprehensive heart and inquisitive tongue, which means I keep asking that's how I learned so sometimes, you know, you're gonna have to make sure that you do so however, he's going to talk about it later, Inshallah, in the weather isn't going, really, really running 11 Say, one of the right status color has a bond upon you is that offering you appreciate the people in general, you greet him individually. So now Alibaba thought about the Law No. And this and this actually statement he come gives general etiquette, how you deal with what your elders have, do also with your teachers. Because when you when you give salam to everybody, you give expensive specifics around to the show,

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now like st to everybody. So I'm wondering

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if those of Salaam for a show for the teacher, yes. You must sit in front of him. And you must not gesture with your hand or eye in His presence. So he says when you sit down, you don't sit behind them share with me Rahimullah he used to he hated people sitting behind him. In gatherings like this, for example, because the place gets really full. So people start sitting behind them, or going in that area. He never he doesn't like that. And he doesn't take question from people who cannot see.

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He says you're hiding behind me. So I didn't pick on you there. I'm not going to take your questions.

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It is the lesson moment. I remember seeing him sometimes people that raise their hand from behind him like this. And he looks at me and he goes, No, put your hand down. If you want to ask a question, it's in front of me. I'm like, wow, subhanAllah what a great lesson. Don't hide behind me. Stay in front of me if you want to learn from me. So that's a valuable lesson as well too. And he the same things as certain from the shave, don't sit behind the desk, right?

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Adana, what are two zero Andover yedek MiningWatch. When you speak with him, don't use your hands in front of his face. Don't do that. Make sure to people because sometimes the zand the hand, just get you know, misunderstood. Go ahead.

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You must not present frequent questions to him or present a question directly to him.

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Just go ahead, do not be stubborn in asking for an answer if he is tired, and do not ask again if he refuses to answer. So what he means by that, first of all, he said, What I thought Musonda behind it mean don't use it. Also, I just heard you know what your friends like when the chef has speakers are looking at each other, and signaling each other. Now, that would be inappropriate, because the chef would not even know what you're doing us. And that might disappear, leaving his heart or misunderstanding about who you are, what you're trying to convey. The other thing he says gone, and don't try to ask too many questions. Like sometimes people they ask questions, because they really

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need to know the information. They just want to occupy the space and it would with a conversation with the shape. Some people they asked what they call them leading questions, meaning what they know the answer. Just want to spread the knowledge to other people that we have. It's not about you. Don't waste someone else's, you know, time. If you know the answer, then have someone else ask a question. They don't have an answer for called wallet to enable Java.

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Don't assist your teacher in answering the question. And this happens a lot. Unfortunately, people will be gathering around the shelf and someone asks us a question. And then somebody from the side mashallah volunteers to give the answer.

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And the chef is sitting there just like wow,

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this is one of the worst etiquettes and edit to be in the presence of the chef and the teacher and you do this. And I've seen with my own eyes with some of our teachers as well to like one time.

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One of them are chefs paella and Jordan. We were visiting his his house. So we were learning from him and ask him question and learning and there was one student who was there. We don't know who he is. I mean, there's just one of those attending students. Every time the chef's answer, he puts a footnote somewhere. Every time the SEC says something, he adds something to it. We've we were enraged, I was so furious and upset Allah. And I was so surprised how the chef was so patient with him. And then finally, the chef got fed up. So as he was physical Jackalope fun,

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like, Excuse me, please. missionaries, please be quiet.

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So you don't assess the sheriff given the answer unless he asks, like, for example, the sheriff is trying to remember

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a name and then move over Sahabi a name of a book or something like that. If he does not ask you to assist with the answer, don't give the answer. Unless he looks at you, as if he's inquiring about the answer, because I know that I know she doesn't have your share. And you can mention the name afterwards. Like I remember one time, I was told about your shampoo that I have it all to Allah. He was asked he was asked a question. And I was in the answer. He was about to mention the name of the sahaba. But sometimes, you know he just kind of like blanket blackout for a second. And as he was trying to remember the name, somebody gave that name. And the chef's he was so upset with him. He

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looks at me because don't you ever do that again? Ever done that again? Teaching them lessons Panama. So yeah, make sure that you don't do that card Wallah to the holiday that cousin, it was tired, fatigued, Don't insist. says can you say five moments? 10 moments please. Two more questions. You can tell he's fatigued he's tired. Didn't go it's another time for this. Wallah to Rajaratnam tena and if he said no, I'm not gonna do this again. Don't come back next day said chef Last night you said that you're not going to talk about us. Can we talk about us right now?

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I told her I'm not going to talk about this anymore. So then with that, so don't push too hard. Now I'm keep going. You must not grab his garment when he gets well don't you ever dare do this the major Man

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What does mean is basically if you're trying to get up you hold them says yes. Could you please no five moments. You don't do that. Subhanallah I also since you have

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lost me and I am Allah Tala one day, we will walk in with him. And you know, when we walk with the chef, he would we would read books for them. And we started with him as he walks from the magic to the house. Everybody takes maybe a few minutes reading from his book and get the answer they want. So the chef used the word the Headguard Darabont. The hotdog. Shma so it flew behind his back. So this young man, he wanted to help the chef so he grabbed it to put it in front of his over his shoulder from the front. Man. I've never seen the chef was so upset. Subhanallah he just didn't go with his arm. He goes, Why redic like, Get your hand off. Don't touch me.

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And they're just like, whoa, the guy is just, um, as a matter of fact, everybody just wants maybe a few yards away from the session.

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Moments panela. But it was a lesson to learn that, you know, don't do that. But of course, the reason there is a reason for this now

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do not do not spread his secrets back by anyone in his presence, and to not look for his mistakes now. So like what that fear was around something happens in private, you also have the share, for example, in the marketplace. So the share, for example, in a private session talking differently because they're more relaxed, don't want to talk about this. Or somebody said something, you know, privately to you to somebody else, don't go and spread that to other people don't do this. And don't you ever talk about other people in front of his presence? That's inappropriate? That's not right. And he says, got what I thought of as throttle and don't go after the chef's mistakes and faults and

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errors, look at them online and go to YouTube and check that you see Haha, I got you. 10 years ago, for example, some people unfortunate that's what they do. All the time is spending on just going after people's faults and mistakes, no matter how far back in it is they were? Well, when's that? When's the last couple tomato, if he comes in apologize for it publicly? You should accept that, making sure that you know what hundreds are good intended in good faith, we accept that. Yes, if he if he is except is excused, never dealt him, I heard such and such car thing or such and such difference with you do not describe another scholar in His presence. So this is something that will

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probably maybe cause envy, could you know animosity in the heart of a teacher, or anybody that you talk to like for example, say, chef, I know that you said such and such opinion. But I heard chef Allah and said, XYZ to ever say that. So how am I going to present a different opinion to the shifter? instead? You say, Yeah, Chef. What about the opinions of those who say so and so? Don't mention whose opinion that is? Unless the chef asked me, where'd you get that from?

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Don't bring the name of somebody else, because you're going to put them in a position of competition and envy. And that's not right. And even with your shares, you don't ask the chef in a way that is provoking a competition with him. Like I remember whichever Altamira I'm allowed to and at one time, there was a student with us, his name was turkey. So it was very fun guy. Mashallah. So every time she gives a chance for q&a for questions, so Turkey, raise his hand and shake your head. He goes color chef, the chef was talking about time it was talking about

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the opinion that the thigh of the man is not our that's his opinion on this matter of Shri Rama Talalay. So he this this young man is Acharya chef Madame de Luca, what is your evidence that an Alfred Lazar be our that the thigh of a man is not our

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she actually just going to smile and pause for two seconds because first of all, never asked for shares in this manner. Because when he asked what is your evidence, you put yourself in a position of debate with him right now. And that's not good for you. Instead, you need to ask them like this. It was Kalia. She's Matherly. Luna, what is our evidence? Our proof for such and such opinion? Madeline Lumenier. Cool. What's the evidence or proof of those who say so? And so on this manner? These are we asking question because you learn that because this session is okay. Ask your question here. So he says yeah, Chef, what's our evidence and our proof for the opinion on such and such man?

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So you learn that with this other. So lenders, when you ask somebody, don't ask them say, What's your proof for this? Because what's the evidence for this opinion? For example? What are the proven evidence that people they say, in regard to this map this the other of seeking knowledge, then go ahead. Humans not turn away from accompanying him for a long time, and you must not raise yourself above serving Him. If long companionship is what you need with a teacher. Nowadays, knowledge spreads and is available all over the place, you can find it online, you can sit there for hours and days and months and weeks and control the video and pause it and go forward and go backward. And you

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could listen to all these lectures. But that would not teach you either an awful lot. It will only give you knowledge. As a matter it will give you information problem. What gives you the advantage of luck is the companionship and the long companionship of teachers. And that's something that unfortunate is missing these days. Unless you have sessions like this now.

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Go ahead. If he's in need of something and others fulfill the fulfill his need before you know that he is like a boundary. You're just waiting for something to draw from it for you. It's part of our etiquette that Subhanallah we raised to help and assist our teachers. And I remember us doing that and will share with me Rahmatullah and also shellshock. At that everyone is vying and competing to go there and put the chair and put the wall and get this ready to get that ready, and maybe bring his book for him and bring the tables on Oh, was do that or was raised to be there.

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For the surface of the ship, and it's an interesting one time when we're in Mecca was Ramadan. And it was your take off time. And Ramadan, the last night of Ramadan. So Shara Temuera. Mo Allah has chaired used to be on the roof of the Haram in Mecca. So we've always we sit there from answer time answer. Remember, imagine Ramadan from us or in the sun to preserve your spot until after Tarawa.

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Why because if you move, someone's gonna take it. So if you would like to sit in front of the shade, you have to be there from answer time. So we spend all that time and then one of those nights it was raining.

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So we're not sure where they're going to move the shape is it going to be upstairs is going to be downstairs. So people are waiting upstairs and under here, the noodle is going to be downstairs, we go jump downstairs, you go now let's move it upstairs again, just move up there again, with two three times and everybody's running the people look at what's going on there.

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Two will go up the stairs go up and down. Subhanallah eventually they put that to the class downstairs. No. The idea is that it just it's it is really one of those valuable thing that you buy and you compete for the service of your teachers. Therefore, because it puts you in a position of humbleness, and makes it easy for you to accept on them and easy for them to give you now.

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If one wishes to learn, he should he should not lend his ear to the differences between people. For this will only confuse him entirely his mind. Many there is these people today isn't our time when you start studying the study what the most controversial issues. That's not the way you start your knowledge. At the beginning of the knowledge you start with the basics with the main principles that has no difference of opinion.

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Instead of you know, go listen to what the chef said about that chef. Why the chef said about this issue like for example, one of the most famous question I usually get about your debate will share here so far regarding that there'll be high meat and chicken and all the stuff on Sunday. So that's the first you start studying about knowledge Mashallah.

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So they don't have to make

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let's begin with the basic things and then we can talk about controversial issues now.

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He should take the best of everything at life is not long enough for learning all the sciences.

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After this, he must put most of his energy into learning the noblest of all sciences, namely the knowledge that pertains to the afterlife. This knowledge is his pathway to certainty gain by Abubaker. The retail everyone for Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam testified, saying boubakeur, the 11 has not proceeded it has not preceded you with constant fasting or prayer. He has preceded you with something that has settled in his present. Now this has been about a back of the line from the prophet to be a hadith is actually disputable. And the majority the lemma is, it's actually a little module. It's not even acted in

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hadith is a fabrication. But there's no doubt over close a deal because Eman was solid, and it was the strongest, otherwise the Prophet Salas I'm gonna be actually in such a companionship with him and give him the Amana of taking care of the Ummah afterwards. But the point before that will reset Rahmatullah to Allah is that you understand, whenever you learn, you don't have time to learn everything. So make sure to learn the best out of everything. That's your main issue to seek knowledge inshallah to Allah. Next time when we come back, we're going to start learning about the etiquette of the teacher towards the students. So today we started about the the to the students or

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the teacher, and next time we're going to talk about the students in shallow Tyla and what are the responsibilities towards them Inshallah, Azusa?

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Alright, let's move on to the next book inshallah.

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100 a lot of blood. I mean, so Allah wa salam Baraka, Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salam to Sleeman Kathira mama bad so today inshallah we are going to be discussing a hazel famous Hadith number five, from Riyadh from the 40 Hadith Ramana Rahmatullah Tara Leigh from the book of Allah Raja Rahim Allah and exploration is a headed Hydra Aisha, Radi Allahu Tirana, Olga, Pilate follow suit allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam men Emelina had meresamun Who for what rod Horio Muslim? If you're writing the Muslim, Miami la I'm gonna lay Sally I'm gonna forward. Let's see what does that mean? Bismillah

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Bismillah whosoever was salam ala Rasulillah sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam. The author Rahim Allah said, the mother of the millennium Omar Abdullah I shall read your loved one said the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Whoever introduces into this affair of ours that which is not of it, then it is rejected. All Bukhari and Muslim related and in the narration of Muslim there is whoever

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is an act on which our affair is not based then it is rejected.

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They both published this hadith in the two books in the version of opossum even Muhammad from his aunt actually a loved one. And the wordings are different, but their meanings are close to each other now so the first thing we need to understand here is that in this hadith hadith is one of the most valuable a hadith in terms of the man. Why because he's going to speak about this later inshallah Allah that this hadith is talks about now, the the overt actions, the Hadith, the first, hey, we learned in the Malama Lavinia talks about the covert ones, the intentions. This one talks about the valuable right now and the measurement of the thing that you do publicly and we'll see how

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do we judge what you do is right or wrong? That's what he talked about over here in this hadith, so he's going to explain the values Hadees right now insha, Allah Allah, it's uncertain. Bukhari Muslim has multiple versions, multiple versions, different versions, as a matter of fact, but these are the most popular two versions. And what do they mean Exactly? Man? V Emelina. First of all, the word that comes from the word Hadith, health comes from meaning word, it's something that it's an instant, it's an event. That's what it means. Man, aha usually comes from the word heard which had it which means something new, something new. So you create a new incident, or what do you call it,

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what we call an English precedent. So if someone creates a precedent, fee Emelina will say precedent, what does it mean exactly? Has no previous example. No one on this before? That's what it means. It's a precedent right now. We Emelina the professor says, our affair, he refers to what Okay, what does he mean by affair of

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Islam, our deen and Islam? And he the Prophet says, I'm called our affair. Our Islam. What does that mean? Exactly? It's our responsibility.

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When he refers it to us, we are all responsible for it. fee and Marina is our business our affair. So yeah, if I'm going to tell you that this is wrong, you can't tell me who already determiner Today we live in a live a life of democracy within our deen. And one of the most now,

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crucial moments of our time. Subhanallah after the the publishing of the statement that you guys probably read about on the internet, navigate in different differences with regard to Islam as actuality. And what happens today, in our culture. Many, many people came Subhanallah criticizing it from different, you know, aspects of life. Some of them are ultra conservative, and even someone who's liberals. And interestingly, a lot of people they just kind of like the democracy have or dinner like who are you to give this interpretation? What gives the authority because for them it just like you know what, I can have my own opinion about this. And you have no business to come

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until it is right or wrong? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Because the professors and they said this is America, our business our affair, meaning it's our Dean with all responsible for call the Emory Now Heather malaise seminar. So if someone creates a precedent in this affair of ours, which is our dean, in marriage that we never before, lays a man who for whom it will be rejected, which means that deed will not be acceptable. Now, what's the meaning of acceptable we're going to come to it later between the Riba if you do something that's considered an act of worship, or an act of Mahama which means transactions. The other NARRATION The Prophet says I'm sure that explain the meaning of

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Hadith of a precedent he says Miami lamina if someone does something you make an action you take an action lays out a Amana not from our normal affairs, for horrid also will be rejected. What's the value of this hadith? Let's see what it says himolla

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one of the wordings is whoever introduces into our deen that which is not in it, then it is rejected? No. This hadith is one of the tremendous principles of Islam, just as a hadith actions are only by intentions is a scale for weighing actions in their inward then it this hadith is the scale for weighing them in their outward, just as you understand how the words he said over here, he had it in them Rama Lavinia and is the measurement and the scale for your deeds from the N word which means by the intentions, this hadith measures your Amarr based on what the outwardly like, what comes to the intention? I don't know, I can't judge this because that's a hidden thing. But you

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know, on the last panel, Madonna would come to something that you do and I can see, then I have the right to say if there's right or wrong, because it's public right now. So you said this is the authority that gives you the authority. This Hollywood gives the authority to tell people that this is right or wrong. However, you have to be adapted the proof for it. If you don't know that it's right or wrong. If it's not considered an innovation or Buddha, then you can't say anything about it. So he's gonna explain this to us and show

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Hello, Donna Yes,

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just as every action by which the face of Allah exalted as he is not intended, has no reward in it for the person who doesn't. Similarly every action on which the matter Dean and Sharia of Allah and His Messenger is not based, is rejected for the one who does it. This summarizes the, the two major what we call them pillars of any deed to be accepted. For the day to be accepted, there are two pillars needs to be employed over a number one, to do it sincerely for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tiana and number two, to be in accordance to the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. The first one is about the intention. And the second was about the practice itself.

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Just because you have good intention. That doesn't mean what you're doing is right.

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And just because I'm doing something good, it doesn't mean actually is going to be accepted. If it doesn't, if it's actually you know, was not done sincere for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and example, someone is doing something good sincerely for the sake of Allah subhanho wa taala. Like what? Like praying, the hire to remove the hateful message every time he enters the house.

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Like every time you enter your house, you pray to raga

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every time it's integral, it's pretty rugged why I want to do the hateful message just like I'm doing the hater message. I'm going to the hated house.

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Is there anything wrong with that?

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Gemma anything wrong with

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his brain to Raka? What's wrong with that? Absolutely. It's wrong. Why is that? Because, yes, you're sincere.

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But that action is not in accordance to the example of the prophets of Allah there was so will be rejected.

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And sometimes No, you spend all your night all your all your days fasting, but in your heart, you didn't get through it for the show off? Would that be accepted? I mean, you show you show the dedication, you're fasting, that wouldn't be accepted. So the two pillars for the day to be accepted. Number one to be sincere. Number two to be in accordance with the example of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Today we live in a time that many people are so sincere. They're very sensitive Allah and they are a Buddha and they are thorough and the love for the deen and the love for the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but their actions are not compatible with the Sunnah of the Prophet

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sallallahu wasallam is not compatible. And unfortunately, unfortunately, if you try to point that out to them, they immediately they reject your your, your criticism, using what and evoke not emotions, not real, not rationale or reason. So let's say you hate the Prophet salaallah Salah you don't like the prophet for Allah Allah just because I told this is not sunnah. What you're doing is not from the example the Prophet SAW Selim, I hate the prophet or the builder.

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So just because they're provoking your emotions on the matter doesn't mean that they're right. On this situation, give on God.

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Everyone who introduces into the deen that for which Allah and His Messenger have not given permission has nothing to do with the theme. This is very clear. I'm going to explain that and it doesn't show on the next page when the last word of God. We will later see the hadith of Erbert or even Surya that the Prophet SAW Allah Who is number 28 In the book inshallah the book of brothers are very near the forehead of a man in Norway, this hadith number 28. Now, whoever of you live after me will see many disagreements. So you must take hold of my sunnah and the Sunnah of the rightly guided holida who take the right way after me bite on it with the molar teeth. Beware of newly

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introduced matters because every newly introduced matter is an innovation. And every innovation is error. So let's talk about now now for a few seconds Inshallah, Donna a few minutes about the meaning of innovations away because it's hard, it's very valuable. I'm going to talk about more than details in sha Allah Allah later on with the nozzle. So when it comes to the concept of innovation or Buddha,

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there are two principles of a number one, therefore the word whether it's a word that come from, comes from

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a doctor that I have told you or come from

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Alberta, attache albizia vishay, which means to invent something without any previous example, as Allah subhana speaks about himself called body of a semi word he will, he is the one the Originator of the heavens and the earth without any previous example. So that's in the literal meaning of the word Buddha. So when someone is doing Buddha is someone's doing something good, something actually innovative, something considered, you know, new without any previous example, that everything that you do with that previous example is considered bad. But we when it comes down to talking about Buddha in our models, our dean or our first as a professor, as I mentioned, Carl Omraam, rather than

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I'm Ron Madden 15 You don't have a Sharia. We also have a Taco Bell Allah. So something that is invented newly invented matters in our deen

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and it's kind of like competition with the rules of Allah subhanho wa Taala and the Sharia, alter the rules of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada we also the Viet COVID Allah and people they intend to, to draw your their themselves closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala to this practice, like they are genuine, they want to draw do it as an act of a Buddha, but it will be considered considered an innovation. Now when it comes to the innovations, it could be in one of two manners which remember when Dr. Muhammad was gonna explain later, one in matters of Deen, two in matters of dunya

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matters of the matters of dunya matters of the likewise who can give me an example of an innovation someone does something newly invented matters in our day.

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That has to be an activity by that like what

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that again

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mean at the NABI SallAllahu Sallam the celebration of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam birthday. Some people they say that they said look, I mean, we were just praising the prophets of Allah Salah will be praying the Prophet says Is there anything wrong with prayers in the Prophet sallallahu sallam? No there isn't. But some of the way we do it becomes problematic. Like even

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when Amara della Norda one time he heard the man saying after sneezing he says Al hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah

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This means anything wrong the Juma

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this man said anything wrong

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to you and I probably know he didn't say anything wrong. If normally he goes Tala Maha cada Allah rasool Allah is Allah Allah Azza is now how we learned from the prophets that Allah azza wa jal can call our Salah send me the atossa configure Medina, he said if you sneeze just hamdulillah like yes Salah Allah NaVi to says Allah upon the Prophet Salah Salem is valuable, no doubt about it. We've been ordering the Quran to do that as well too, in the LA Malacca saloon and maybe, yeah, Yola, Dinamo salah, whistling Buddha's Lima, Allah and the angels are sending us robotic for the prophets that are selling or you will believe sense of the word upon the Prophet Salah Salem Allah wa Salatu

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was Salam ala Nabina, Muhammad, but Tibet to send us a lot as a reason of sneezing that becomes what Buddha that's why the Holy Mother seven come to the Buddha and innovations in our deen, it's actually in one of six matters. Number one, the cause or the reason like the example of St. Salawat upon the Prophet Salah Salem because of sneezing. Like if you start if you start sending salah upon the Prophet side, because of sneeze it becomes a problem. Similarly, praying to raka every time you enter the house,

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I'm trying to record generally speaking, there is nothing wrong with it. But just you make an intention. Every time you enter the house, you need to pray to Raqqa that becomes an innovation right now because you're making the Soraka the cause of this Raka is entering the house itself. So that's an innovation. Number two, the kind, the kind and type of that era can be an innovation like what

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are you allowed to sacrifice a cow? For a dog? Ha

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Yes, right. How about a bull?

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A bull or they want to sacrifice a bull, you know, for Israel? Of course still right? How about a giraffe

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as your man

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Okay, what about a horse stallion?

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Marshall, a racehorse, they will worth maybe five $10 million. Are you allowed to sacrifice that for Israel?

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Why not? Is it because it's expensive? No, because it's not the type is not the type of animals that we use for Israel. Because there's specific category for that, as I mentioned the Quran and Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam Al Anon with domestic animals that we know of this categories. So no matter how valuable that giraffe is, that horse is not the type that is used there. So if you're going to do this, just because you want to show that you must be very generous, you buy $10 million

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horse and you put this sacrifice for those that has the word blindness, number three, the amount, the amount, what does that mean? How many times you need when you make will do how many times you wash your hands?

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Three times, right? Can I do five?

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I can but if I'm gonna do it every time five because I believe five better than three then that's better.

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If you start doing it more believing it's better becomes innovation. Because there's nothing better than what to demand. The example of the prophets of Allah knows who did maximum three.

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So the amount is now different number for the practice itself, like how you do it, how you do it. Now, can I make will do

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Can I make will do reverse

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like to show how focused I am I can make will do reverse

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wash your feet first and do this and do that until you come back do you need to start to wash your hands? ridiculous, isn't it right? Okay, now I'm going to show my dedication to the will do. So every time I'm gonna make although I'm gonna use ice cold water

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can you do this?

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I mean if you're doing it to gain more rebar, that's innovation that's been that becomes better over just like one of the Sahara desert animals at the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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the Messenger of Allah who saw him standing in the sun

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and he goes What's wrong with him? Coronavirus or Allah neither he vowed to fast stay quiet not talking don't not to sit down and to not to fight not to stand in the shade like he wants to sit in the sun standing faster and talking

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and the professors are just like what is this? No No he there's no ask him to go sit down in the shade let him talk and you can keep fasting

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like fasting is fine but let him sit down in the shade that limp talk because that's not part of our evidence.

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So that's what I mean by saying in the practice as the man time better sometimes happen in relation to the subject of time like what

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are you allowed to do your sacrifice you literally sacrifice Are you allowed to do that? After the sunrises

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Yes, right. An hour later two hours later rather than yet that's fine. But are you allowed to do it before Serato

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I want to do it so I can inshallah practice Adriana Salah clean and fresh inshallah so I can stay longer. Yes, Your intention is good, but the practice is wrong. And there will be be done.

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And also some of the machine can be that can be in the place the place like what do we get to cough up versus example of the Prophet salaallah salah. But can you do a recap of Ramadan you already have in your own bedroom?

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For the ladies, that's fine but for the guys can do it because they want to be more dedicated, more focused and shallow Donna and can you call this Attica, we can't call this Attica and if you want to call this at the caf, or make the intention for that to be that the cap of the Prophet Salah Salem, that's an innovation that's why you couldn't do this. Is that clear Gemma

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and so even for Zima and, and also sunnah datamine It was reported our beloved must be allowed in our Da, he was approached by Abu Musa Cherie, who saw some people in middle Kufa, who are standing sitting together in circles. And each circle has a pile of dead stones in the middle of some pebbles.

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And on each pile, there is one as a leader who was asking people and kind of like guiding people to make a car together by saying sub OMYA SubhanAllah 110. So the start kind of Subhan Allah Subhana Allah has power.

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And this cell Hamdulillah 100 and the sustainable HANDLER handler, the counting from these peoples together, all of them.

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So I've almost actually there was a poll by that side, there's a Whoa, what is that? So what Abdullah he said, you know, drunkenness quickly before the people now lose it. Because what happened is I saw people do and so on. So he said, What did you tell them? What do you say to them? Because nothing I was waiting for you to see how that was actually with our beloved Mr. Wood, because our beloved Mossad was more senior than Abu Musab Ashari so he didn't want to initiate anything because I want to consult with you.

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So Abdullah was oh, they go to the people who stand in them.

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And he saw what they were doing is there any doubt in their intentions? know they look to be sincere, they wanted to make the cut together, encouraging each other to do that. But what was wrong with what we're doing? Or what was wrong with it? Is it that is it the cause? Is it the time is it the practice is it the what is exactly that was wrong over here?

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The practice itself don't get collective like this in that fashion. There was an example of the Prophet so I said notice how what are they allowed the manner so Abdullah was old he came with to them and he kind of like he cornered them in his argument in one in two things. He goes

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Masada masala halacha Takamiya

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Mohammed look how how fast you're you ruining it oh people the family or the followers of Muhammad like this is too soon I'm I'm still alive I'm it's a companion. I mean, wait wait for few more generations at least, but in my time you doing this? So he goes Carlo Allah here.

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I will follow I believe, because Mala him Abdullah Abdul Rahman, Murata, Allah

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Kira we only intend good we intend only good. He said come in Moodle Hi Lemme lemme blow so many people have good intentions but they never reached the right target with it. And then he told them on to one of the things he goes M M and Nakamura Haidian Qaidam and had the Muhammad and sallallahu alayhi wa sallam under comater Jehovah dolla, because you're doing one of two things here. Whether you claim that you found a guy that's better than the goddess of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, or you're opening a gate for misguidance

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so what do you guys think they're gonna say?

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Or they're gonna say they have a goddess but the goddess of the Prophet sallallahu sallam? Of course not. Because Allah says, I do not want you to complete your deed is complete colors.

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So the other answer is the grippit. To be what we are actually opening a gate for Laura misguidance. So there is no such thing as this thing. This is what's wrong with this hamdulillah it's a good thing that we're doing. If it wasn't in accordance to the example of the Prophet salaallah Semara one of the six items we mentioned earlier that it's better stay away from it. As for the severity of the Buddha itself, it's coming when we discuss Hadith number 28. I learned about the bin Saudia or the Allah Tramadol or himolla keeping kosher with Inshallah, for now we're gonna talk about it, you can scan the QR code and ask a question shall be for you.

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Now, the second part of the Buddha is in matters of dunya. We say that Buddha and matters of the earth era, anything related to the act of worship that you believe it brings you closer to Allah subhana wa taala. But it's not from our affairs and our marriage is concerned.

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Now, the second thing is in matters of dunya. Like what? Wearing watches, for example?

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Was that a time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam? Is that considered innovation? Like something a precedent that wasn't the time of the Prophet SAW? Of course it wasn't. So it is a precedent, right? However, would that be considered be done?

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Are we allowed even to wear these things? The answer is yes. Why? Because wearing watches or wearing glasses, is not in itself an act of what a rather I'm not, I'm not doing it for an act of rebellion worship, no, I'm not.

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But if I'm gonna, for example, take off my my, let's say my coffee or my my tortilla and make it an act of rebellion or not to or anything, you know, to keep your head bear, that becomes an innovation. If you're going to insist this an Activity button, for example, not wearing anything over your head. So in matters of dunya in matters of dunya they are not conservative vidaa. There might be better in terms of linguistic meanings would be that which means something that's a precedent without any previous example for it. But it's not haram to do.

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Our Alma they made a very clear rule for that says I'll ask you for the event that at the Hareem

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I'll ask the believer that at the Hareem wala tuba Illa Venus will ask the villa Eva and Eva wala to her Ramallah Venus, what does that mean?

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And also, which means the standard rule, the standard rule for the EBI, that devotion actions is to be haram unless you bring an evidence to suggest otherwise.

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And the standard rule in matters of dunya is to be halal. Unless you bring in evidence to suggest otherwise. So for example, if somebody insists that making five times washes is better than three times

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and you told them yeah, this is better and they tell you prove it to me that it's better

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what you told this person

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how do you answer this individual

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prove me that's not better. But is there a you know you prove me that it's better

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look, you cannot ask him but if he says prove me if you can prove me this is actually

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if he says to prove me it's better. How do you answer that?

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Yeah, but I'm not doing anything haram I'm adding two extra washes just for the baraka

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you're gonna agree with him now?

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Okay, someone was freaking out.

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What did you get it from? Right. So what was the standard? The standard rules? I will say the GEMA the one who invents something new and the Sharia is the one who's responsible to bring the proven evidence. I'm not responsible for the evidence because my evidence says what so how many times three? That's my evidence from the Sunnah of the Prophet salaallah Salam, you are adding two more, you're making them five right now. Where's the evidence for this? You need to provide evidence for this

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because it's an act of worship right now. So I'm not responsible to provide evidence to say no you cannot do actually five you are the one who needs to bring evidence that you shoot you can do five but in the matters of dunya in matters of dunya like driving cars for example, if someone tells you okay, you're what you're driving car is better. How do you answer this individual?

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That's what he told him prove it to me as haram

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because this matter of dunya supposed to be halal unless there's no evidence of this otherwise.

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So these arguments we're gonna discuss them in more details in sha Allah, Allah, what do we get to the book of 100 number 28, an urban urban Saudia Insha Allah, terracotta so I hope it's clear in meaning how to define the Buddha. And what does it mean? How do you then have your Salah Salem HydroShield run here, if you do something that is considered an innovation, it will be rejected no matter how good your intentions are? Let's continue on to see what Hamilton says Go ahead.

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He used to say in his hotbar Salallahu Alaihe Salam, the truest discourse is the book of Allah. And the best guidance is the guidance of Muhammad. And the worst of affairs are those which are newly introduced, we will delay talking about newly introduced affairs until we encounter the hadith of a little bit indicated above. Here, we will talk about actions for which there is no shehryar command and of their rejection, not to go on keepin on.

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This hadith expressly states that every action on which the affair of the law giver is not based is rejected, and indicates that by implication that every action on which the affair of the law giver is based is not rejected, which is what we just said earlier, there's basically when someone asks you to provide evidence that what they're doing is Buddha, you told them no, that's obviously it's the obvious thing. You need to provide the evidence that what you're adding what you're changing is allowed in Islam in the Sharia, but images of dunya I don't have to provide evidence you need to provide evidence that it's haram to use this matters of dunya. Now, what is meant by his affair is

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his deen and his Sharia, as is meant by his words in another version, whoever introduces into this affair of ours, what is not in it, then it is rejected. So that the meaning is then that whoever's action is outside of the Sharia, and is not fixed to the Sharia, then it is rejected, not his words on which our affair is not based indicates that all the actions of those who act ought to be according to the judgments of the Sharia, so that judgments of the Sharia rule over them with its command and its prohibition. Whoever's action runs according to the judgments of the Sharia, and is accordance in accordance with it, then it is acceptable and whoever is outside of that, then it is

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rejected. Now in the arguments of our time today, because again, we've lived and we mentioned that multiple times already, we live in a culture of individuality obviously, people they would like to have independence from any rules. So they know even the matters of the becomes a matter of opinion for many, many people how you feel about them more than actually following the actual evidence and proof and text in our deen. We don't go by how you feel about it. You go by what is what the Sharia says about it? was the author of the author of our Sharia is in the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu. The primary two sources of Sharia is the Quran the word of Allah subhana wa Tala

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and the Sunnah of the Prophet salaallah sunnah, okay. So nowadays we have people who are rejecting the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam on the under the pretext that this was carried by people. And they say if since there are people and were people why is that their understanding is better than my understanding. That's what they say. So therefore, whenever you tried to bring them in a statement from the prophets, Allah sell them they will reject and immediately say, you know, I want to take from the Quran. Now, the argument with them is going to be too too long to discuss over here. But as as a faithful to the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala what the elements say about the

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shadow over here, it's coming from the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet Salah Salem witch from the Hadith that was mentioned earlier. I read about that in Syria, Valley can be Suniti the propositions that follow my example. Okay, how on earth are we going to follow the example of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. If we're not going to hear about it from the from the, from the Sahaba homes themselves, from the Hadith, then, so as long as the hadith is considered authentic, then it's a source of law. And we take it and it becomes part of the Sharia, that we follow the example the prophets are allowed to lie, what's the remedy? So for people today to come and say, No,

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actually, this is these are interpretation of scholars and and why they have to be the authority over the Quran and the Sunnah of the prophets, Allah salah. Now look, there is no such thing as authority unless they're qualified for it. And that's what the dilemma they put all these rules to be understood and to have all the elements and knowledge and the sensitivity and, and the character and the testimony of the generations of that time to say these are our great scholars and this and that it's not an arbitrary thing.

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Because this attempt of really attacking attacking our Allamah attacking the religious authority in our deen is an attack on our deen itself. Because if you are going to cast doubt on the reliability of the source of the deen, whether it's the Quran, the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the carriers of the Sunnah of the Prophet sirs and the companions and the salat wa salam Rahim, Allah Allah, if you attack them, and you are going to break the credibility, then this is it, it becomes a free game for everybody right now.

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Anyone can have the right to come and say this is what I understand from the ayah. And that's what I believe is to be the truth about the meaning of this idea, or this hadith. But Alhamdulillah we have boundaries. And we have heard the whole football was on the meaning of having boundaries for our deen having this habit. These fixed matters that we don't fluctuate we don't play with. So the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam are our safety net in this time. If there's any debate, or there's any dispute, in order for us to survive the diversity of opinions of this time, we have to go back to the source and the source of the Quran and the Quran and the Sunnah of the

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Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam Ali, if we don't follow them, then we're going to sink in the ocean of all these differences without having any safety net for ourselves. And this hadith is actually the one that's telling us look, if anyone tried to invent anything,

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any precedent without any proof for it from the Quran, sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, it should be rejected, may Allah subhana wa Taala make some of those who will go to jail but Allah mean we ask Allah subhanaw taala to show us that which is right and make it easy for us to follow it and that which is wrong, and stay away from it. Well hamdulillah also Allah subhanaw taala kind of Muhammad Allah Allah cyber said, Shall our to search on the q&a session going to be able to start today Sean Jalota