Lives Of The Sahaba 04 – Abu Bakr al-Siddiq – PT 04

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Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi commences part four on the life of Abu Bakr as-Siddiq [RA} by divulging important information regarding the Khilafa of Abu Bakr [RA], who was appointed as “Khalifatu Rasulullah”. Also, Shaykh shares with us the incidents of the “Army of Usama ibn Zayd” and Ali RA not giving his Bayyah (allegiance) to Abu Bakr RA and also facts about what led to reversal of this decision.

A brief biography of  Usama ibn Zayd is reflected upon which includes his lineage, his family and his nickname. The Shaykh then describes the key points of the army of Usama Ibn Zayd of whom he was appointed the leader. Hadiths are shared at this point in the lecture which authenticate the above statements. Clearly, the decision was met with criticism considering his age and maturity on the topic of war. It is at this time that Abu Bakr RA advice was sought and he dealt with this pressing issue in the most powerful, delightful and sane manner possible as you shall confirm when you hear the talk.

The next topic discussed is that of Ali RA not giving his allegiance to Abu Bakr RA  until six months. Here, we get our attention drawn to various Hadith highlighting the issue of allegiance, the conditions during which allegiance is said to have happened and and how finally, there was acceptance and allegiance sworn to the Khilafa of Abu Bakr, Umar ibn al Khattab and Uthman ibn Affan [radhiAllahu anhum ajma’een].

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Rahim

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al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi Marine.

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So today we will continue our series on Abu Bakr, radi Allahu taala anhu. And in our last lesson, we had finished the main achievements of our workers to deal in the madonie phase. And so today, we will actually begin with the beginning of his khilafah. I had already talked about the incident of the se banarsidass. So we're not going to repeat that how he was elected. All of this was discussed in the Sierra. Now, there's one episode we're going to begin with one incident that in fact, overlaps the end of the theater and the beginning of the collapse of Abu Bakar. So deep, and most scholars of Sierra discuss this incident in the Sierra, I did not discuss it because I knew I would

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discuss it now. And that is the army of Osama bin Zayed. Okay. This is one of the last commandments of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And if you go back to my Sierra, you will see that I really did not discuss this. I just referenced it briefly. And then I moved on. I did not discuss the whole episode in detail why? because the goal was to discuss it when we talk about aboubaker severe, and that is what we are doing right now. And so what is this incident of the army of Osama bin Zayed, so two and a half days before the profitsystem passed away. So we now go back to the zero because this is an incident that spans the end and the beginning the end of the Sierra the beginning

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of a worker, so there

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and while the process was in bed sick with fever, one of the final commandments that he gave was to send an expedition to fight once again in the direction of the book and beyond, which is the Roman Empire. And he appointed Osama bin Zayed and Osama bin Zayed is the son of Zaid, Eben Hadassah who is the who was the adopted son and then Allah prohibited adoption. So that is a they've inherited his mother was

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only a man and who is only a man

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hadiza slave.

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The wife of Zaid, very good Yes, she's the wife of zayde obviously, because their son is with someone

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who is only a man

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that she is the

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no not foster mother. No, no, no that is Halima

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when he got married

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that is that is eight. You're getting confused with date. Only Iman is Abdullah ibn Abdullah McAdams gift to Amina

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homie amen goes back one generation.

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Amen, amen. After the death of Abdullah she became the not the foster mother, but the caretaker of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and she was the one who when Amina died, she was the one who bought the process and back to Makkah, okay, so she was with Amina when Amina died. Okay, so we're getting there is Busan jameelah Okay. So, omit a man is of a different generation.

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Now we do not know.

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And she was,

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however, she we do not know any details about when exactly she was born.

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And she most likely died in the Philippines of Abu Bakar.

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Some say she lasted until the beginning of earthman. But she does not really have any major role after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and only a man married or bathed and how this hazaragi and the two of them had Amen. And that's why she's called on me Amen. And Amen. died a Shaheed in the Battle of her name. He participated with the process of the Battle of her name and he died to Shaheed so a man dies Shaheed

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her husband as well passed away a natural death and and this is many, many years ago, and so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam married only a man to

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Now, clearly there's a huge age gap between the two. We do not know how many but at least two decades, at least two decades, that Zaid was younger than only a man by at least two decades, if not more, and most likely, she would have been right at the end of her childbearing years when she delivered

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Oussama, right, maybe late 40s, maybe even early 50s because that's the only way to reconcile if you look at all of the ages and whatnot. This is the only way to reconcile that she must have been at the very end of the possibility of her childbearing years. And therefore,

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a man sorry, Oussama, his mother is only a man his father is Zaid and the both of them are very beloved to the Prophet salallahu idea he was sending them and therefore, Oussama is being born to a household of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, right? Both of these members are members of his household. And he was literally born in the house of Khadija, literally Osama who was born in the house of Khadija. And he was known as hibore rasulillah. He said sallallahu Sallam that is his nickname or his title hibore rasulillah, the one whom the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam loved, and Osama was probably 18, some say 20 years old when this appointment was done. It's a very young

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man, I mean, 18 and 20. You're just basically reaching manhood. Now when he was appointed to lead the army automatically. Talk began amongst the people. And they said How could he appoint? Not not how could you point but why not? How But why? Why is he appointing Osama? When he is so young, when we are older, when the Mahajan have senior commanders, when some of our sons are older than him, some of our sons are older than him. And now we have to go behind him as a as a leader. And when the rumors reached back the prophets of the lahardee, who was sent them, so and he's, of course, the the the death occurs on what day, Monday morning after fudger. Before the Monday, early morning,

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sorry, Saturday, Saturday afternoon, he walks into the masjid carried, and he has a turban, tightly wrapped around his head to make the pain less so the law you sell them. And he sits on the member. And one of the final commandments that he gives is regards to the expedition of Osama. And he says, he says to the Sahaba, that if you are talking against his appointing to be a leader than verily you also spoke against his father being appointed leader.

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In other words, this is not the first time you're criticizing this family. When I appointed his father to be a leader, you also spoke against that. And while law he he was worthy meaning the father, Zaid was worthy of being a leader, and will law he was worthy of being a leader. And he meanings he was of the most beloved of all people to me, and now him and he pointed to Osama is of the most beloved of mankind to me, okay, now, the reference here is to zayde having been appointed in the Battle of Malta, and the Battle of Mata Zayed was appointed commander, and some of them will not be home. None of the senior Sahaba xanthomonas Capone said that he has appointed a molar over

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us. And so they denigrated his race because Zaid was not he was a motor. Okay, so he was not of the, the the pure if you like color shoes and whatnot. So he's a point to somebody who's a lowly class used to be a slave. Now he's been freed. So this is a molar class, they call them right. So there is a point and so then when African they criticized zeds heritage, and of course, this is racism, and Joe Hillier, and the Prophet system, of course, was hurt at that point. And and now he brings up that and it goes, You criticized his father, you meaning the people, not anybody in particular, and now you're criticizing the son. And verily, basically, I love the both of them. And this also shows

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us as well, that no doubt

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being of age is a good characteristic to gain the respect of the people and it is the general rule that you need to be somebody of a healthy age to become a leader. Generally speaking, society will not respect you, if you are 19 2021. And you want to take on leadership positions, because wisdom and learning comes from life experiences, but there are always exceptions. And there could be exceptions. Our Prophet system was an exception that he took on leadership positions. We talked about the incidents in Makkah, here we have Osama bin Zayed is an exception. So in every society in place, there's always

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some exceptions. And it is certain that as well to look at those exceptions and make them put them into ranks and privilege, and it is healthy to have some young voices as well, as we always say, in our society as well, every every community knows this, even though not everybody acts upon it, that there is always healthy to bring in some intelligent up and coming young voices because that brings another perspective. So our Prophet sallallahu, I said and recognized in Osama bin Zayed leadership, and he chose him to be the leader above and beyond many of the Senior Companions.

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On Sunday morning, so this is Saturday night, on Sunday morning, Osama comes to the house of the processes to bid farewell before departing. And at that time, again, there was no notion that the process would pass away, still everybody, then the thought of him going away didn't come to them. So still, everybody thinks it's just a bad fever. He'll overcome it. So sama came to the house of Arusha to bid farewell to the prophet SAW Selim. He is already at a stage where he cannot speak the fever is so bad, he cannot speak. And so he opens his eyes, he sees Osama and all he can do is lift his finger upwards and then pointed to the chest of Osama and this means

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it's a DA may Allah be with you. Right? It's a drop that Allah will be with you. Okay, so it was somewhat understood that he's making dua he's telling him Allah will be with him. And Sunday, Osama exited the city of Medina, left with the army. And they got to the outskirts of Medina and they camped, because you know, taking the army out, it takes a while they probably would have left Sunday afternoon, they're going to march a little bit just to get the organization is going to take an hour, a few hours. They camp right outside Medina, at a place called jorf. And the next morning is Monday. And of course, Monday is the day. And so

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my aim and sends a messenger. Monday morning, she sends a messenger to her son, Osama that do not go come back to the city, the processor has passed away. So Tuesday morning, Osama gets the message. When the army is literally just about they've left the city and they're just outside basically campton It must have taken a few hours to organize, you know how it goes regiments does or not. However, whatever needs to be done that would have taken all of basically Sunday. So they decided to camp right outside Medina 345 miles away. Now where they kept is of course a part of the modern city. But in those days, it was outside the city. And then the next morning, the message comes come

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back to the city. So Osama and the entire army comes back on Monday. The entire army comes back on Monday. And of course on Monday, the southeast incident takes place. Late afternoon. Okay. So late afternoon, the self defense is already takes place. And the same evening on Monday, the same evening, perhaps after mother it may be at ratio but perhaps after a Muslim ibaka Seville announces now he is the halifa and he announces that all of you in the army of Osama will not spend the night in Medina. Go back. Go back to the areas called jorf where you had your tents go back there right now. And so the first decision literally that Abu Bakar made was the decision to not even allow the

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army to spend the night in Medina. Because so how are they even psychologically? The army is ready to go. They're ready. Now they've already come back. Imagine if they spent the night there. Are they going to be ready now to go again? Of course not. I will vaca Siddiq says every one of you that was in the army is going to go back to the army right now.

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And so they have to obey they camp at the army a jorf. But the next morning, Osama basically sends a message that oh hurry photo rasulillah. And of course I didn't mention this before I mentioned it now that the title of a book or throughout his entire life was halifa sudo su de la. This was the title that he took halifa to Rasulullah, the one who has taken over after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And then when Omar Abdullah Fatah became the halifa, they said halifa to Khalifa de rasulillah, you're the one who took over from the one who took over from the Prophet. So I said no. And hotdogs said if we're going to start this trend, the halifa is going to get very, very long

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right halifa to Holly fatica, Lee, fatty and then go on and on. So he goes, why don't you just call me the leader of the believers. I mean, many and so that was why the title Amin Amin came after but advocate acidic was always called Khalifa to rasulillah. So Osama said that Yeah, Holly fetta rasulillah Oh, the one who is in charge after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I feel uneasy about leaving Medina and you are new. Now you don't we don't know what's going to happen. And it is not the right time. Perhaps we should think things through basically. So he's sending some negotiation. And it's not just to summer, many of the other Sahaba felt very uneasy about the army

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of Oussama leaving, because in it were the majority of them or hydrocodone were the fighting of the unsought.

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This is an army that was sent to Syria that was going to go to be like a sham to the Romans. It's not a small army, it was going to be an army that is basically composed of the best men, their resources, their armor, their weapons, all of this is going to go up. And so the next day, the discussion began amongst the Sahaba. And there was a meeting in the masjid led by Omar Abdullah hottub and Oussama immunization representative, that they were arguing the fact that it is not appropriate to send an army out right now. And Omar said that I have with us we have with us the nobelist of the Muslims their primary batch, and I do not feel safe that Medina will be safely

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protected against them on your own, and against the Missouri court who have just converted the new Muslims. Because remember, the eighth and ninth year, and especially the 10th year was amanu food, when all of these delegates came from across Arabia, and a man has not yet entered their hearts, their political converts, and we're gonna see this next Tuesday, next Wednesday. inshallah, when we talk about the the war is over, when the war is over it though, which is one of the

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biggest and most important incidents in the life of a walker. So this was the incident of Rita. And that's exactly what did happen. Omar's fear of people leaving Islam came true, but his fear of Medina being harmed did not come true. So I'm gonna hop said, I'm worried about these new converts, then we should recall that I've just converted, and they continue to persist, convincing aboubaker to do not to send the army. And this was the position of the overwhelming majority of the Sahaba. In fact, the books of zero do not mention it is as if Obama had no support in this outline was most maybe had some voices. But definitely the majority of voices did not support to this issue. So I

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woke up. So they said, to give him some time to think about this, and to come back the next day, and they will have another meeting. And the next day, the next day I woke up this idiot basically acted in his conscience, his conscience would not allow him to undo something the process of them had done to untie something the process and had tied a workers to do we know his amount, we know how much

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faithful he was to the commands of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he could not rationalize he didn't want to think double guess whatever the process of them said, you must do it. And that is the safety for workers image that is the way forward. And that is in fact, what saved Islam, that amount of a worker have to do. And so he decided to go against all of that Council. And he gave a very emotional, a very powerful speech, and of what he said, and it's a speech that has been recorded in the books of history of what he said is that I swear by the one in whose hands is the soul of Abu Bakar. If I were certain that beasts of prey would attack Medina and tear me bits by

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bit, I would still not to keep the Joshua husana, the army of Oussama with me in Medina. And if I were the last person left in Medina, I would be the one who goes forth to fight against the Romans. So he's basically acting like a leader and telling them that I believe passionately in this cause. And if I were the only one is going to do it, then I'm going to be the one that does it. And he roused up the image of the Sahaba. And so when the Sahaba realized he's not going to budge. So when he got went back into his house, they sent off to him. And they said, at least convinced him to change the Amir to change the army leader. Right? Osama is still young, and they need to get an

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experienced commander. And so he went to the house of obaku sudip. And said to him that

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at least choose a commander who is older than Osama find somebody who's little bit, you know, he's only 19. For example, if you think about it, like he's not going to be respected, he's not experienced enough. And at this aboubaker rhodiola hotel, and who became so angry, he jumped up and he held on to the beard of Komodo called Bob. And he said, the prophet system appointed him in that manner, the way that he said, and you want me to take him away? In other words, you have all people Yeah. Do you think that I would go against that emotional Saturday event? Right? When he is explicitly putting Osama in charge, right. So I will but Curtis, became angry at the suggestion that

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How dare you think I will go against what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us to do? And so Omar came out very angry at the people who sent him in and said, Look What trouble you got me into you guys send me in now look at the trouble that I am in. Now here I have to point out something and that is

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the Islamic concept of Shula is the topic of a lot of discussion, and it doesn't need to be the topic of a lot of discussion. This is an interesting incident.

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where it appears that Abu Bakar ignored the entire shooter.

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And he simply went against the entire shooter. And this is used by lots of people, especially when they're in charge of the shooters against them, for example, like I don't care what anybody says this is the sooner to follow. And this is incorrect to extrapolate from this, because

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to put it very simply,

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the rules of the Shura can vary from society and time and place and circumstance and condition. And in this version of the Shura that will walk us through the enacted, it was not a formal Shura, with constitutional rights with a voting procedure, it was an informal matter, that they are giving him their suggestion. And it he didn't agree to it. Now, this does not mean that any other shooter in the world or any other Parliament or any other democracy, or any other Islamic country has to follow this version of government. There's nothing wrong with having a different version of government call it an elected parliament where the President has a certain power, but not the Unlimited, whatever it

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might be. There's nothing wrong islamically with formulating a modern system of government, and the fact that Obama has decided one way, does not necessarily mean that is the only legitimate way, it was a way that is that was acceptable, and is still islamically acceptable. And I've said this many times, Islamic political science is not set in stone, the theory of governance is vast enough to encompass crafers, and dynasties. You have kingdoms you have monarchs you have it's all it's all Islamic law is dynamic enough to allow for all of this change. And we think a lot because if it didn't allow this much change, we wouldn't have had the power and there isn't the variety of leaders

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that we've had for the last 14 centuries, that allows origin incorporated into the show the ID elasticity, that you can have it this way you can have it that way. So the point is that this incident cannot be used to make a general rule for all democracies or Islamic governments or whatever No, there are, if you like, there's permission to do other things as well. So when this was decided, helaas and wovoka. So Luke is adamant and he is the halifa. And so that is going to happen. And so the next day, the command was given for the army to depart. And Abu Bakr Siddiq himself, he walked out to lead the army towards Syria. So he walked to Georgia, and from Georgia, he led the

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army just like you know, the first few steps to go to give them advice to give them encouragement. And when Osama saw him and it was Sam was on his horse and a worker was walking he said that Yeah, halifa todo su de la, la La, he either you will ride or I will come down. I cannot speak to you like this, I am. I am the one on the on the on the horse and your walking will lie either you will get on a horse and at least we can talk or I will come down. So some of you can see his modesty because he is reality, and it will work with us to do that will lie neither will you get down nor will I ride on a horse. Rather, what is wrong if I get my feet dirty and dusty in the path of Allah subhanaw

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taala right. Why can't I do this? Let my feet get dusty while I'm walking in the path of Allah subhana wa Tada. And he asked permission from Osama Walker's the halifa. He asks permission from Osama, that Omar Abdullah hottub had been assigned by the process into the army. Can I at least take him with me because I need him now. So he's asking permission from Osama. And of course, of course with sama gave him this permission. That automobile hot dog could remain in Medina. And he gave that parting advice to sama. And this advice. I think most of us have read it here and there. It is one of the most famous pieces of advice that is given in the rules of war that I would look at us to do

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and this is the first offensive jihad in the history of Islamic expansions after the process of death, okay. This is why it's so important. The first expansion of the oma will take place now, because as we all know, Osama's expedition eventually not immediately leads to the conquest of Jerusalem slowly but surely, it's the first is the first, you know,

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step in order to get to actual codes. And what was the advice that Obama gave? This is an advice that should be set in stone and you compare this advice By the way, what some of these fanatical groups in our times right compare this advice to what some of these groups are doing? I will because they said that do not be treacherous

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piano

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and do not steal from them.

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And do not break your promises. So it is not allowed to lie or to double stab is not allowed to. In our times we will say, carry a passport and then use the passport to do something that is basically an act of war that you lie when you get the passport to lie when you get the visa. This is treason. This is treachery. It's not allowed to be a double standard here a double trader here. This is not something permissible. So do not be treacherous. Do not steal booty, do not break your promises. Do not mutilate, dead bodies do not mutilate dead bodies. Do not cut off trees that are green that are giving fruit. So don't just destroy property for no reason. Do not kill an animal, unless you're

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going to eat it. Even animal life is sacred, do not kill an animal unless you're going to eat it. And then he said, and you will pass by peoples who have cut themselves off from others worshipping so leave them and their worship. Now, the Arabs, the Arabs did not really have the concept of a monk or an ascetic person. This is something the Romans had, and

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the army of Osama is going into Roman territory. So they're going to come across people who are not warriors. They are people that are worshippers, ascetics, priests, monks. And so Baka Siddiq said leave them alone and their worship, they're not involved in your wars, you don't have to do anything to them. And from this, the bulk of the modern oma, the bulk of the modern oma, this, the focus of our scholars have basically said this ruling is in essence, the ruling of what we now call civilians. Because in medieval times, even a few 100 years ago, there was no such thing as civilians and a standing army. Every able bodied man was the army.

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That was the way things worked.

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Whereas in modern times, you have clear cut army and you have civilians, these are the people that are warriors. These are the people that are just going about their daily lives. And the profits are seldom are in this Heidi sorry, in this incident, Abu Bakar has to do is explicitly saying you're gonna come across people, they have nothing to do with your warfare, let them be. And from this, as I said, the majority of scholars have extrapolated that the ruling on civilians is that they should not be harmed intentionally and directly. Then he said that and you will come across people who will give you all types of food. So say the name of Allah as you eat meaning be conscious of Allah be

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thankful of Allah, as you eat, and you shall meet an army and he described the army of the Romans they had a certain hairstyle that they had, they would shave portions of their head and leave other portions. So I said when you meet those people, attack them with your swords and asked to help have a law against them. So remember to be firm, and fight against the army that will fight you. Okay? This, this beautiful advisor workers to do, shows us that the Muslim army is not allowed to mutilate to steal, to be treacherous to double cross to, to to intentionally lie, they're not allowed to even destroy property or greenery or harm people that are not going to affect them. And that even in war,

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there are laws that are going to be applied. Now this incident of Oussama we're gonna inshallah continue in a few weeks about the story of Osama that's not today's lesson, we're going to move on to some other things. This incident of Osama it shows us many things, first and foremost, and most importantly for us, the eagerness of our workers to do to follow the commands of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, that how much a man did he have, he would not disobey one thing coming from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. It also shows us

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the wisdom of a worker so deep that in sending Osama a subconscious message was also sent to both the Romans and to the pagans. And that subconscious message was that the Muslims are so powerful, that even at the death of their prophets, Allah said them, they can send a large army. And it has said that the news of the death of the prophets of Saddam and the army of Oussama the news of both of these incidents, reached the emperor of Rome at the same time, and of course it would because they happen with a day apart. So he heard in the same message that the Prophet of the Arabs has died and an army is attacking you.

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And this caused him and his entourage to remark. How can it be that their messenger has just died, and yet they attack our lands. And this is psychological warfare. And it worked. Because that's the whole point that the the the bravery that workers displayed, was, in fact translated as bravery by the emperor of Rome. And the same one for the pagans of MK of Arabia.

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That the message was given the message

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Sent. The fact that they're sending an army now clearly means they must be heavily fortified in Medina. And so no army was sent against Medina.

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Psychologically again, there is no as you all know, there's no cnn there's no video cam, the news that there's an army leaving Medina automatically one would think well, then they must have plenty of reinforcements or they wouldn't send an army to fight the Romans. So not a single army attacked Medina. Imagine that. Even though hypothetically theoretically, if the other tribes that were not really Muslim, were to invade Medina that's it there's nothing but the braver Oh bunker and to what God Allah, the process him said it we cannot disobey. And Allah will protect us. And that's exactly what happened, that Allah subhanho wa Taala protected them as well, the workers the walking out to

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the army walking with them, this is really a true leader, giving them that strength, that moral strength walking while they're writing. How do you think they're going to feel? giving them that beautiful advice encouraging with summer, getting the permission from Osama How would that make Osama feel even though he doesn't need permission, he's the halifa But still, that permission makes someone not understand the responsibility of being an Amir all of this detail be of a worker so do and as Allah subhanho wa Taala or sorry, as the Prophet says that, um, said, whoever humbles himself for the sake of Allah, Allah will raise him up, and obachan. So this is clearly humbling himself for

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the sake of Allah and Allah azza wa jal gave him that there is that rank and that honor. So this is the first incident we'll talk about today. And inshallah, in a few weeks, we'll continue about the army of Oussama and fighting as the Romans, the second incident,

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we have to just kind of somewhat gloss over not going to the lengthy detail that so many groups have gone over. And it is something that I tried my best not to go to, quote, go too deeply into, but still, some things need to be done. And this is one of them. And that is this issue, or this understanding, or this narrative that exists, that it will follow the Allahu taala and who did not give the oath of allegiance to Obama so did for an extended period of time, there is this narrative out there. Now, I'm going to go over this in not that much detail, but inshallah enough for us to just to understand it, as I already explained a few weeks ago, it's not my goal or desire to really,

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otherwise these issues will lie, no exaggeration, you can have three, four or five lectures just on the controversies between the Sunni and the Shia in the time of Obama, and then another 50 lectures at the time of it and whatnot, we don't have time, even and it's not interest, it's not of our interest in our emaan, as I said, to go into that, nonetheless, just to gloss over it once. And also before I begin this narrative,

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from our perspective, we do have a version of events that's different from the other group. Okay, please keep this in mind. Anytime. You hear that, oh, this happened that happened. And you hear it from a source that is not our source realize there are two narratives. There's two historical narratives. Now, those narratives agree on some key points. But both narratives disagree on many points. Is that clear? Right? Both narratives. And of course, I mean, the Sunni and the Shia, a narrative here. They agree on some key points, but they disagree, or they have details, each one has details the other does not have. And in the end of the day, for the beginning, Muslim, you really

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must decide which of the two narratives you want to accept. Because the average Muslim is not qualified to go into the authenticity of the references here, the references there, really, it's a theological issue where the average Muslim simply needs to make a judgment call. Do you really think there was so much hatred and animosity that was hidden amongst the great Sahaba for so many years? Or do you think which is a certain narrative that there was not that much, maybe there was some little bit here and there of human nature, even between aboubaker and Amaro De La Hoya and Houma, minor things happen. We just talked about that a few weeks ago, right? Where in the football of a

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worker that Bob had an issue with him, right, but they reconciled. So what then if I will backer and added the Allahumma might have had a minor issue and then they reconciled, so to make that minor issue and make it so big, which is what is happening here. This is the problem. Maybe there was something very trivial maybe. But so what and the other thing as well, is that

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for from our perspective, this whole dwelling on the past is unhealthy and unnecessary.

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And from the sheary perspective, frankly, that is what shear ism is primarily about. Frankly, well, I'm not I'm not trying to be derogatory here. I'm just trying to stay the fact that from their perspective, they feel the rights of the debate.

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Taken

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unjustly, and they must continue to bring up to this day. And one could respond. Even if you feel this way, Allah will judge not you. So you do what you can with your life. And to go back 13 and a half, 14 centuries, and say he did this, she did this, they that Allah will judge them, if you really feel this way, Allah will judge them, and to keep on living in those memories. And they did this and he did this and those are deprived of that. What is to be gained? Now? It is really a question that needs to be asked. And of course, from our perspective, there's much to be lost and that is disrespecting the Sahaba. It is better to err on the side of caution and be quiet. Even if

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you feel a certain way. Are you the judge? Obviously not Allah is the judge. So let's Allah judge, it's the past incident, move on. But as we know, that's not the reality. And also the fact of the matter. And I mentioned this in my cut about a lecture as well. You even see this in the knowledge of the Sunni and the knowledge of the sheary. The average Sunni really is not that knowledgeable about what happened in this timeframe, because his belief is not affected by it.

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Whereas the average Shiri is very much aware of his version, not our version of his version of what happened. I will Bucca did this or did this earth man did this all of them have a long list right? And when the average student hears this he would be like Haha, I never heard this in my life, because their religion and their narrative is not based upon these facts. Allah and His Messenger the Quran and Sunnah. This is what Islam is based on historical incidents, no matter what happened, it's not going to change theology. Correct. It's not going to change belief in Allah and belief in the messenger. It happened, whatever happened. But nonetheless, just to go over this in a quick

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manner, from our perspective,

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from our perspective,

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our little the Allahu anhu, our little the Allahu anhu.

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Definitely approved of and accepted the khilafah obaku Sudhir and rumor, mill hardtop and Rosemont, even a fan, and he was an advisor to all three of them. And he occupied ministerial positions in all three of their classes. And this is a fact that even the sheer except they don't deny this fact that what factor I mean, is the ministerial positions, right? They say that he didn't agree, or he didn't like their Halo. They disagree with this point. But they do not deny that he was a basically the equivalent of a minister IE in every one of the hill office, he had a role to play. He was either a judge he was a in the Shura, he was sent to be a governor, they don't deny this. And the mere fact

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that he was used by the three, to be a primary player in the government clearly indicates what, from our perspective that they got along. Now, did they have minor disagreements? Of course they did. But that's a part of being human. We talked about this many times. Even between Obama and Obama, they're raising their voices in front of the processor. Sometimes they're having arguments, and then they reconcile, and we said in that humanity, is our perfection, right? In that humanity is our perfection of our role models between the Sahaba. So from our perspective, ideological level and who he might have, it might have crossed his mind that maybe, maybe I might be the halifa, after the

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death of the Prophet says, there's nothing wrong with this, if somebody thinks this, but he accepted the hell off of our workers. That is the key point here. And and here's one of the points whenever you talk about these things, you bring the books along, and you open them up. And this is the standard stuff, which I haven't done. But today, I'm not doing it to like give you an air of authenticity, but simply because I didn't want to translate all of these long passages and just bring the Arabic

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and it does help to know that these are authentic references from us. So hello, howdy. So hello, howdy. In addition, I have it's volume seven, page 749 Hadith number 4447. And this is in the book of mallozzi. The Book of Syrah of sorry, Bahati. The chapter regarding the death of the prophet SAW sort of an interesting Episode Episode that sheds some beautiful light for us to benefit from. It is reported from Abdullah bin Abbas that Ali Abner be

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visited the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in his deathbed sickness in the sickness that he was about to pass away in. And when he came out, the people said to him, yeah, about hesson that's his cornea. How is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So Ali abitata said he has woken up in good spirits. Alhamdulillah In other words, he thinks he's going to be okay. As I said, Everybody thought he would be okay. Okay, then. Ibis, Eben Abdulmutallab. And of course Ibis is

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his, his uncle Abbas and Allah took him by the hand, pulled them aside. And he said to him, until a la vida de la 13 Abdullah saw, which is basically he is saying after three days you shall not have a leader, meaning the process of them will die within three days. And then he said, we're in new Allahu Allah Rasulullah sallallahu Allah He was sending them a soul for you to affirm in what he had. And I swear I am positive that the Prophet system will pass away because of this sickness. Because in Nila, if you have any abnormality in the moat, I know the looks on the faces of the better of them. We'll talk about the time of death. In other words, our bus is much older. And our

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boss has seen so many of his own relatives die including his father, including a Bhutanese including Abu lahab these are all and he's seen them one after the other. And he and this is you know Subhanallah it's something that people are gifted with some people that you just use, you know something and I bust said I have seen our bustles alarm set I have seen the look on his face. It is the look of death of the children have been robbed and McLennan and he is of the children of urban urban mobility. And so Ibis rhodiola one is saying to it not to listen to this, it have been either Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam fulness Allahu faiman has a number. Let us go to the Prophet

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system and ask him who shall this match will be given to

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this hadith in Bukhari and Muslim was Metallica ladies. Okay, so a bass rhodiola one who is the older the senior, age wise, right? He's lived life longer because of the logline who is still he's not young, like Zaid. Sorry, it was sama. He's not like 19 but he's not like Abu Bakr and Omar either. Right? He is 30 years old right now. And 30 is not that young, but neither is it 60 and Abubakar was 60 at this time, okay, there's a big difference between 30 and 60 years. Everyone in this audience knows no matter what your age is, you all know the difference. So Ibis is now 60. And he is the one telling it it are the loved one who lets go and ask him. Who does this matter belong

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to in Canada, Faena? alumnus Alec, if it is amongst us, meaning who is us here?

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A little bit but Ohashi.

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If it is amongst us, W Hashem.

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We shall know. And we're in kanopy Reina IDM na hufa Oh Sabina, and if it is to other than us, then we should also know this and he shall give us our view or whatever is our will see as well. He'll tell us what our role is as well.

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For caller ID Ali said, in Walla Walla, insert Allah hi Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from Anna Anna law your cleaner Hannah Suba who were in need will law healer. I said to her Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. If I were to ask the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he were not to give this command to us, then the people will never give it to us either.

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In other words, if he's not going to give it to us now, then nobody is going to then afterwards they're going to say Oh, the processing did not give it to you. And so by Allah, I will not ask him who this matter belongs to.

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Now, this shows us so many things. Firstly, that the idea crosses the minds of Ibis and Admiralty law in Houma. And so what so be it, it is Helen, it is natural, there's nothing wrong with this, why wouldn't it cross their minds a little the law one, which is after all, the son in law, he is one of the closest he has a long history of being in the forefront. And it is human nature to want to influence others in a positive manner. And this means to be in a position of leadership, who amongst us, inshallah, with the best of intentions does not want to help other people. Right? So we have no problems at all affirming that our little the Allahu anhu had this, maybe I will be in charge. But

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he has also the foresight to see, look, if I asked him, he said, No, it's not for you, then I'm never gonna get it.

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And it's best to leave it to be let the people is I don't want to ask him explicitly. And so I did a deal. 100 did not go and ask him. This also shows therefore that they might have again been thinking about it, but they're not it's not what's consuming them, which is what the other group says. It's not the most important thing to them. It's not as if this is oh my god was it just it passes as a conversation life goes on. Right? That's our philosophy. That's what we understand of it. I've never thought of others that so what if he thought

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It How is that going to be harmful to his character, but to claim that he was obsessive about it that this was his main, this is actually insulting to him will lie. It's insulting to him. That's from our perspective. You know what they say? This was not the most important thing on his mind. And it should not be. But did it cross his mind? Yes, it did. Why wouldn't it and it's human being to cross them. But then he said, Let it be. I don't want you know, if it doesn't happen doesn't happen. Also notice very explicitly abus rhodiola. One who says, if it's for other than us, then we'll know it. He is not a stop for a lot of thinking to disobeyed the prophecies and a two to one to be the

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ones in charge. He's accepting. That's the really interesting point here, that look if it's for us, hamdulillah if it's not for us, hamdulillah Well, no. That's the attitude. And this is exactly the Sunni perception of an Ibis and Elisa de la Hwan. Exactly what we have that yes, that was indeed the case. In any case. So this is now this incident takes place when the process is still alive, okay. Now,

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it is said that it rhodiola one who did not give the oath of allegiance to avocados, D for six months, until the death of Fatima. This is,

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I would say, a standard view of Sunni historians. And it is the standard view of

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sheary. Historians as well. The sheer instruments have no other narrative, from their perspective of what God has to do was for for study to give the bay after that at the fault. This was forced. From our perspective, there's two opinions. Neither of them has forced the first narrative, which I would say is very dominant. I'm not going to say the majority, but it's pretty common is that we do

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notice that our little deal of hunger did not give the beta. And after six months when faulty melodia lohana passed away. He then asked her to give the via and he gave the bear, okay. This is one narrative, it is mainstream, there is a another narrative as well. And that is that audio, the Aloha new did give the beta initially.

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And when rumors began to spread, that there might be issues. So avacado Siddiq asked him to give it again a second time after six months. And this is the opinion of the foremost historian of medieval Sunni Islam and that is Eben casier. In his it'll be die when they hire that this is the opinion of Ibn katheer. And

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both opinions have some evidence as for the position that audio the law and who gave the beta right when the process and passed away, and he gave it again after six months. This is based on a narration in the Mr. COVID had him most of the talk about hacking, by the way

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is a very famous book on how Kim died 405 hijra. And this book was meant to almost dead rock means the additions are the size of the book is called almost de la casa hain. The additions to the two authentics are his meaning the Hadees that were left out Bible Hardy and Muslim and I think they should also be in Bukhari and Muslim. So this is the famous book of alma sadra. And it's everybody every scholar of Hades knows this book or most other kind of sign and in this book,

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volume three page 77

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sorry, pay 76 the head it goes as follows that I will say the history narrates that

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on the day of the subwoofer, he tells the whole story that I will record was basically given the the beta and then I'll jump to the point that someone Tanaka Fatima Cordova. Remember when they went back to the messages from the subwoofer when Abu Bakr sat on the member, number of he will do his home he looked at the people around him. phenom era Li n he couldn't find it.

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Okay, so according to this narration, he is paying attention who is there and it is not there for salah and who so he asked Where is he for common NASA million on saw a group of unsolved stood up for Adobe and they went to call him and brought him for Khalid Abu Bakar. And so the Prophet abubaker said sorry for Karla boubakeur, ignore me Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will hurt any he Allah antishock Casa and Muslim in or cousin of the processamento son in law. Do you want to break the unity of the Muslims? So he's asking him and this is on the member on Monday. He's asking him

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Do you want to break the unity of the Muslims? And I really have never thought it says are the latter three but yeah Holly Fatah, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam phurba, who he said, there is no sin on you or I have no problems, or abubaker or COVID or Silla, and he then gave him the byoc. Now this Hadith, it is said that it is narrated in the books of Hadith that Imam Muslim, the famous Mr. Muslim.

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heard of this hadith from his teacher in San Jose Emma, another famous scholar of Hadith, and he went to his oven Hosea was not just a teacher who was also a friend and a student. They were contemporaries in Hosea and Muslims were contemporaries. But Abel, Hosea lived a very long life. And Abel Hosea died in 311 Hydra, whereas Mr. Muslim died in 261 digit off and then had him dies four or five. So hacking is a whole different generation. Okay. 405. Even Hosea is 311 and Muslim even hedges to 61. Okay, so this is a previous generation 100 years ago, 100 years ago, and as I said, even Jose and Muslim were contemporaries, except that even Hosea lived a much longer life and so he

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dies 311 Okay, but they were contemporaries, and they were students and teachers together, ie the narrative headed to each other, and they benefited from each other. Okay, so a bit hoceima. Mr. Muslim goes to Al hoceima. Anibal Jose, me by the way, also has a book called Sahaja. So Buhari has Sahih Muslim as a haven, Hosea has sohei. And then there's one more inhibin has headers for size. Today, today, he went into a little bit of Muslim books, okay. This is all bringing back my own memories. This is what I graduated from my college days, right my degree. But the point being that Mr. Muslim, went to Mr. Jose Maria and said, Have you heard this? Do you have this idea? I have

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heard you have it. So even Jose mo wrote this hadith for him, the same Hadith, Abraham has this not and this is not goes back to Abraham. So this had it goes back to him. And he wrote him and he gave it to him a Muslim, a Muslim looked at this not so in my Muslim is the master of his knots. And he said, this hadith is worth a whole camel. It's an expression. Like a lot of money. Oh, camel. Now, of course, why is this so precious? Because it mentions Abu Bakar as they are it is Barack Obama on the day of the death of the process. Okay, so Abraham, Hosea said, No, it's not worth a camel. It's worth and then he used a word that rhymes with the bandana. And they basically means a treasure,

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which is like a million dollars, we would say, it's not worth an animal that's worth a fortune would say. So even Jose Emma and Mr. Muslim, both considered this hadith to be authentic Imam as a hobby, and how can also enable because here, they all consider this is not to be authentic. Okay, so from our perspective, this is not his authentic, and it clearly illustrates that a worker asked for, for it to be taller. And he noticed that it was not in the audience. And therefore he called for it to come. And Ali came and gave the, the oath of allegiance now. But there are also evidences in our own books, that for the first six months, the oath was not given. So this is not something that we have

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to be fair here. It's not something that we can say, Oh, those guys invented it. No, there are references, even in our own books, how to reconcile. I'll talk about that in a while. But of the evidences, now we get to actual Sahih Muslim, this is actually a Muslim, and in Sahih, Muslim

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in Sahih, Muslim volume 11, page 299 in my edition.

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So we have the idea here, and I'm going to get to this issue.

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I was hoping today, but it's not going to happen today, the issue of fabric, and the issue of the garden of fabric and hybrid. And all of this, I wanted to do that today, because it's kind of linked to this. But I'm going to have to delay the federal issue till next Wednesday. So let's finish the issue of the issue of the bar today. So this hadith in Sahih Muslim so we know it's authentic, completely, we don't have to worry about It's nuts. And it is in the book of jihad. And regarding the saying of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we do not leave inheritance. All that we leave is charity. This is the Hadith, okay? And it is because of this hadith a worker did not give

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feather to Fatima or the Allahu anhu. We'll talk about the next next Wednesday. So he narrates that Fatima, the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent someone to obika asking her about her inheritance.

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From the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from the fate and fate his booty that was one without war.

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There is no English term as far as I know, I don't know of any English term for this. The fight is what the enemy gives you without war. And fate has different rulings then vanilla and the fate to the Prophet system has a special ruling. Because Allah clearly says in the Quran, Allah Allah Rasool E. So it's very clear ruling for the fate of the processor is specific. And so, Fatima wanted her part of the faith. And we talked about the fate when we talked about high bar and the neighboring cities of fadak. Before the Muslim army came, they simply without an army coming, they offered to the Prophet system, and they said take 50% of our produce, and let us be where we are. So this is

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fine, no army has come and 50% of fadak is a fortune. So huge amount of money and

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Fatima Allah Juana asked about the inheritance. So Abu Bakr Siddiq said the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, prophets Do not leave inheritance whatever we leave becomes sadaqa and the family of the Prophet system will eat from the money of the Treasury, meaning I will take care of you. Abu Bakar also dm is saying the Treasury will take care of you.

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But the FedEx entire land belongs to the Treasury, not to him that it belongs to the Treasury and I will not change anything as the prophet SAW Selim did it. So

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he says forever obachan and yet find the altimeter shayan Abubakar refuse to give anything to Fatima ferwerda that Fatima to either Aviva Quran Fida lick, so, Fatima felt something towards Abu Bakar because of this, some minor things it is human nature, for Hydra to phantom limb who had to fit. So she did not speak to him until she passed away. She did not speak to me until she passed away. Now pause here. This is an issue narrating remember. And we know the issues and everything from her knowledge. We know from another Hadith. And perhaps I should did not know of this, that one Fatima fell sick. Abu Bakar went to Ali's house

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and ask permission to visit Fatima. So Ali went to Fatima she's lying on her deathbed and saying a walker is at the door. He's asking permission to come and speak with you. Can I give him permission? And so Fatima says yes, give him permission. And so he comes in and he speaks to her. And the narrator says, and he continued to play cater, I you know, speak to her in a good way, until finally she became content with him.

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So

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abubaker acidic on Fatima's deathbed, he made up with Fatima he kind of just went, Oh, whatever happened in the past happen. Let's move on now. So from our perspective, perhaps some things might have happened. But before father passed away, oh, because the deal made it up. I should perhaps did not know this. So I should say for her Jada to she did not switch over until she passed away. And she only lived for six months. And then when she passed away, I thought it buried her at night and did not inform abubaker. And only Ali and a group of people prayed over her. And then she says an idea rhodiola one who had respect amongst the people while Fatima was alive. But when Fatima was

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alive, he felt that the people did not give him the same when father had passed away. He felt that the people did not give him the same amount of respect. And he decided to make up with abubaker and to give the beta to him. Now this version says what am yakun by ITIL ashore and he had not given the beta for those months. Okay, so what I'm trying to say because you have no Mashallah to be a fair person, I'm not the type that is sectarian biased. What I'm trying to say this version of events that I really did not give back is also found in our books.

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And I just found quoted you two books. Frankly, Sahih Muslim is more authentic. But

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when I quote you, I'm quoting you the memory of a person no matter how great her memory, she might not know everything.

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And there are many examples of the Sahaba saying something and

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Maybe they had didn't have all of the details, right? Obviously, none of the Sahaba. Like this is something we unanimously agree upon. But Sahaba have memories like everybody else. And there are minor variations here and there. So perhaps Arusha did not know. Or perhaps there are other interpretations. So for our seller, Illa, Avi, Bucklin, and Tina, so Ali sent to a vocalist come and see us, and make sure nobody else comes with you. fearful that Omar might come now, this is again, from our issue, we do not know what is it is intention, right. And this is another awkward thing that I laid out the Allahu anhu. And I shall do LaWanda, there was some minor tension between them.

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And again, there's nothing wrong with this. This is the reality of human beings, the some minor issues took place. And of course, this led to the battles later on. But there was always some issues. And we even see this in this era, that they're not everybody's getting along. And this is the reality of human beings, that even a number of times in this era, we have certain hints here and there. But there's nothing wrong with this. Human beings are human beings. The point is they kept their disagreements civil. And what happened in the Battle of the jungle happened without the intentions of either to have that bloodshed. But the point being this is not the Battle of the

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gemba. This is we're not going to do the Battle of the gentlemen at all. That's definitely out of the question. But we're doing right now the and you understand why already. You understand why all of these things coming up is really not the best interest nonetheless, just some points here. So Romer said to a worker, that obaku do not go to them alone. And a worker said and what do you think they're going to do to me? For I will inshallah go to them all by myself. Now it's not as if someone is fearful. There's physical autoboca. But perhaps he's worried that they might convince a workers mind to do something that he doesn't want them to do. And so a worker visited who is visiting now,

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Holly and W, Hashem is visiting the idea of the law one and the Banu Hashim, okay. And he visited them alone, and decided since I Muslim for the Shahada, I do. I would argue that we probably began by praising Allah giving a lecture or sermon. And then he said, in the

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background for the lexica wa taco law, woman, what am Memphis alika? Hi, Ron Sokka holla who Lake Oh, bucha we know your blessing. We know you're a leader.

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And we know that Allah has given it to you. And we are not depriving or denying or competing with you in any blessing that Allah has given you. While I can take a stab at Dinah bill Emery, but we feel that you have taken over this matter from us. So maybe, Ali rhodiola Juan, who maybe felt that he has some more, right, maybe he did. And he's telling all Bucher we feel this way. So it's being open and honest with him, that maybe you were hasty. Maybe you went too quickly. I wasn't in the safer. So there is some some minor things going on. And he's being honest with a worker as

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well couldn't do not Alana Hakan Lee carrapateena men Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and we felt that we have some right because of our closeness to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. So this hadith is in our tradition, it is in Sahih Muslim. And it clearly demonstrates that the Allah one who is speaking, frankly, to Obama, and what's healthy is it's Frank. It's healthy. This is not any conspiracy going on here. He's telling, I will go to set the point blank, I feel as if you were hasty, I feel you might have taken something that may be this thing. Maybe Allah had meant it for us. You are great in many ways, and Allah has given you felina

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but maybe this one maybe we might have had it. He's saying maybe so follow me as you can remember back when I had the father Dinah Avi back when he continued to speak to Abu Bakar until a bunker began to cry. Pamela What a beautiful Hadith here right. I didn't even have you thought it is now speaking in this manner all wait until a worker begins to cry. Then it was a workers turn for them to kill them Abu Bakr and then Abu Bakr spoke pod, one lady enough CBA de la karabo Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Habu in a year and I see them in karate, the relatives and the family of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam it is more beloved to me that I treat them nicely. Then I

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treat my own family. It's panelo This is abubaker so he is swearing by Allah. I would rather treat the family of the Prophet system better.

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Then my own family. And this is why I said in my also cut about a lecture, we are the true Shiatsu a little bit, because this is what the supporters of the debate are. La karabo rasulillah is awesome. I am in karate. I love the family of the process of more than I love my own family. This is abubaker speaking, right? Me, this is amazing. And he is speaking to the family of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And then he says, As for this matter that happened between us of money. So the issue of money is the father issue, and we'll delete that till next Wednesday. But the further issue was painful, because it is human nature again, especially when you're dealing with the quantity that

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you're dealing with. So he said, I did not do anything other than try my best to follow the truth. Meaning I'm not having any negative I'm not being jealous or greedy about this. I want to follow the truth. And I did nothing other than what I thought the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would want us to do, and he went on and on until finally he basically convinced Adi rhodiola Juan, and so far that it usually be Bucklin. bachlin so Ali said to boubakeur morito Can I see your channel by tomorrow evening, I will give you the beta in front of the people. Okay. phenom masala obachan salata, dahisar, tomorrow afternoon. So when abubaker praise Allah to Zoho Raka. And I remember he

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and he stood up on the member he rose on the member Fatah Shahada was that Karachi Legion was a helluva who and in Vega, and he talked about the issue of it, and on the other one, and the fact that he had not given the beta will go through what was Rudra who build a tener la he and he gave the excuses that Ali had also given him some stellar photo, and then he sought refuge meaning he finished the hotspot. So I will backer publicly acknowledged that earlier the Lackawanna had some issues and we solve them. He publicly acknowledged this, I will walk us through the rows on the member and he said, Look, there were some issues, and he gave some points and they have been

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resolved. Then he came down. Now it's at least turn. So it then stood up for our vamos Avi Bucklin and he magnified the rights of Abu Bakar so he praised aboubaker one who let me admit who Alexandre faster than Allah be Bucklin water in Kerala, the for Bala law, who will be he and he did not do what he did, denying the superiority of Abu Bakar or denying the blessings that Allah had given him, but rather, that he felt he had a share in it. In other words, Ali rhodiola one was saying that it was my opinion or my he had that I thought I had a share in this I'm not denying your blessings or your superiority. I'm not speaking about your positives that Allah has given you. But I had the

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impression or the notion that maybe this matter should have been mined. And

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maybe people were hasty. But now the matter has been resolved. So earlier the Allahu anhu publicly acknowledged now that the minor dispute is over. Okay, so for Surabhi radical Muslim moon, so all of the people were happy at that will call a submitter, and they said to Ali, good job or great work, you have done the right thing for Canada, Muslim una vida de and Caribbean, hanaa, Raja and Amara al maroof. And the Muslims all were close to Allah, they loved what Allah rhodiola one had done, when they when he basically gave the oath and came back to the model. So this, this hadith isn't a Muslim.

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It is an amazing Hadith that demonstrates so many things. From this perspective, audio, the Llano did not give the bath for six months. And from the Mr. COVID had him he did give it the first day. How do we reconcile allow them there is no authoritative reconciliation. You either say that the Hopkins had these somehow is not authentic. And it is in the end of the day, not in the six books. It is in Hopkins book. And it is not in the six books.

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Or you say that

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the first debate,

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the people began to talk it was given basically, in a quick manner. And the people began to talk and maybe the law himself felt that it was done hastily. And so he wanted to resolve that issue to give the second layer and this is a possible reconciliation, that the first day I was done and everybody is emotionally distraught and the problem is just passed away. It's not really done with contemplation with thinking and people began to talk and issues began to arise. So either the law who visits sorry I will book or the law on visits or the law, the law

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And solves the issue. And this is, again, an amazing thing that there's nothing wrong with this, that there was some minor disagreements over a major issue. That's the hill alpha. But what is important is that all of these narratives converge on one reality. And that is that idea of the law, one who then accepted, and he went on with it. And the same one for the philosopher Omar, the philosopher of Earth man, as you know, and then his turn came for the philosopher, and he was the appropriate person for the college at that time. So the point being this is

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with regards to the issue of IE,

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when did he give the buyout and the bottom line is perhaps the joint narrative and this would have been considered

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kind of supports is that there was an initial quick beta. And then that buyout did not quite stop the

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slight tensions that were felt. And by the way, this also shows us and I'm being honest here, that there were slight tensions from the very beginning, this gap that now exists in these two trends of Islam, it does go back, there's no denying this. There are roots, there are seeds to this from the very beginning. Now, what has come now is not what used to be. The seeds are very, very, very minor right now. And we see it in these narrations. But what's going to happen? The branches that have continued to go have gone very far from where the seed planted, or where the seed initially came, and there is nothing at all, that is worthy of criticizing in any of these directions is all

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legitimate. It is all completely human. And it's something that demonstrates that yes, there were some minor issues, but they resolve them, they got over them. And at the end of boubakeur A Cydia was acknowledged by it and is very explicit in the sign was some narration that he acknowledged the father that that Allah has given to overcome. So there, and then basically, he said, I thought something and then basically, they moved on. And the issue was indeed resolved. in Charlotte, next Wednesday, we will do the other controversial issue, and that is the issue of FedEx and high bar. And I'll just try to go over it again.

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In a manner that is not as quick as I'd like to but still not as detailed as others go into. There is no easy way out. Right? You really can't get into it. But any quick questions about this issue in Sharla? Because I know this is very Yes.

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They say that Obamacare forced it after six months, forced by threat of death.

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So he forced him.

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everybody acknowledges he gave birth after six months, both sides acknowledge this. From our book, it's very clear. So hey, Muslim, it's very clear. Ali and abubaker had an intellectual discussion. And I did not allow I was convinced.

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In fact, far from being forced, or whatever kebab said you shouldn't go alone, they might convince you should go with people, not with sofala guns but with a group to defend your position. And I will Vaccaro The law says what do you think they're going to do to me? And he's not worried about being convinced he's not a young kid. He's not going to what are they going to do to me, and he walks in alone, and there's the entire bundle, harsher, all of the brainwashing more there, and again, the shows and again, I'm the type of guy I don't like sectarianism, especially when it's lying against each other. I like to be honest, and honest, he tells us, there were slight roots of this from the

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very beginning. And there's nothing wrong with it. That's the whole point. We need to mature enough to understand. So what if some of the venue Hashem felt that maybe they were more worthy of it? The point is, they didn't cause any issues, civil war that they followed over. And they were good companions, and they upheld the heylife. And they fought alongside obachan and everyone on earth man. And in the button the incident of Earth man, by the way.

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Ali sent Hassan and Hussein as bodyguards for Earth, man, I mean, look at this narrative, right? As bodyguards for with money, been a fan, he's sending his own sons armed to defend it with money, but our fun, this is our narrative. So we have to put these things in light of everything else, right? So what they're human beings, who amongst us doesn't have issues with his own blood brother, you tell me with his own sister with your own parents. It happens. But life goes on, and you get along. And this is what our narrative is. Okay. Holly rhodiola, who had an opinion, maybe I am worthy of it, maybe I should deserve it. And he realized, well, I'm worthy of it when I'm worthy, which is the

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fourth khilafah so

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There's nothing wrong with this. It's not nobody is saying stuff. Although he had evil intentions. We all say if he wanted it, he wanted it for the benefit of the oma. He felt he has rights because he is the son in law. He is the cousin of the process. And he felt he has rights. So what's wrong with that? He felt that he had, and the rest of the Sahaba did not agree with that he had and they gave him the LFO. One they felt he had the right to be the healer. He was mad enough Muslim enough Sahaba enough to accept it. Unfortunately, I would say those who follow him. To me they don't have that courage and Eman, obviously that in my that I say it had not the last one. Because I needed the

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alarm. This is what you call the true leader. Even if he didn't agree, okay, there's an owner, you have to take care of it. Right? You're not gonna have a civil war and fight? No, it's not worth it. Even if he felt it. He said, okay, hos Bismillah. Let's go. We have we have to take care. And that's what he did, didn't he? Right. So this is really from our perspective. The point is,

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yes.

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None of them do.

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Because he's a biased historian. From their perspective, everybody's biased and the end of the day, and the end of the day, everybody's biased. There's nothing wrong with that as well. You know, there's no such thing as objectivity. We are biased, they're biased, we are biased for the Sahaba. It doesn't matter what you tell me. I will never ever, ever look down at the Sahaba End of story.

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They will call this a bias, I will interpret anything you throw at me so that the so high bar out of any impunity of their character. This is a bias it's theology. Now, is this science? No. Is this rational? No, it's theology. It's human middle life. Right. So from our perspective, we have our biases, from their perspective, they have their biases. So in the end of the day, here's the point, we're not going to solve the problem, we're going to continue to have two narratives. Some people have intelligence, we'll look at both sides. And you know, we have a lot of people a lot of times switching over. But in the end of the day, we are, I am a person who doesn't want to increase the

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flames. I have my position is very clear. These two trends exist, they have existed for quite literally 13 centuries. And no matter how much you talk about them, they're not going to go away. So we need to deal with it in a civil manner. Civil manner, let them be let us be, don't have physical fights, much less bloodshed between the two allow be the judge. And these discussions that we have should be kept very civil, very academic. And I am not the type of most other people that are very emotional and sectarian. And as I said, even what you heard me say today, you will really not too many other people say that's also one of the reasons I bought the books, because if I didn't bring

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bring the books, honestly, people are going to be shocked what it said, this audio is here. So I'm Muslim, I'm not the one making it up. As in our own traditions, you either negates a Muslim or so this is why I actually bought the book as well. So that you see this notion of the debate being in charge. It existed from early Islam. It's not something coming out to the blue from far right wing. This is something that is coming from within from the elevate. So the movement that came from them exaggerated this claim.

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That's the whole point, it is here. But they took it to such an extreme that these very people whom they claim to follow will dissociate themselves from

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the views of the later groups. This is our perspective.

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No, for the for the Shia, they follow different groups of Hadith, different books of Hadith that for them,

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everything the process that I'm said, and the Imam said is Hadith.

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So the Define Hadith to be statements of the process, and the statements of the Imams. So these books of Hadith are completely irrelevant to them. They have their own books of Hadith. Just like we have the quarter visitor, they have their books as well. And their most famous book is Sunil kaffee of Al kulani is their most famous book, it's like their body. It's literally like their body. Also like caffeine calculating, and they have other books.

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I should know these names, I've memorized them once upon a time at Thompson and others. They have their standard books.

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And then they also have natural Bulava, which is the famous collection of the statements of an even happy party. But the point is for them, any statement of aneema is equal in weight to any statement from the Profit System.

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You see the point here, right? They don't have current date you mom 12 years.

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The 12 months

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And the 12 month doesn't have any statements. And primarily as Jeff would have saw, that was most of the statements. Okay, one question with this, then we have to break for Johan kambala.

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What exactly is FedEx? FedEx is an area that is outside of hiber, that is SR two hiber. It's an area city, surrounded by planes or a Garden Grove surrounded, like by lots of dates being produced there. So Fedak and hybrid were two large date producing areas. And as for the issue of allocate up, so

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that's a very long discussion. And it is not clear from this, did he mean that,

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say Bismillah over the any type of food given to you? Or is it the meat issue that when the meat is given, then say Bismillah. And also it has spoken about this, and I've given my papers about this a lot that

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saying, Bismillah, while sacrificing an animal,

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the majority of scholars say it is a necessary condition to make the animal halal.

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And Jews and Christians are and were required by their law to also say the name of a law. And we know this because we have explicit references even in Christian literature. And as for Jewish literature, then to this day,

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kosher laws are the truth is is called it mentions the blessing before you sacrifice. So when the yahood sacrifice an animal they actually bless. And they mentioned the name of Allah. And for us, that is the test Mia. And so the Christians are also obliged to do that. So if a practicing Jew, there are no more practicing Christians will follow the Sharia. Because Pauline Christianity abrogated their Sharia, Paul's version of Christianity abrogated the shediac. But for many hundreds of years, there were Christians who were Jews who believed in Jesus, you understand this point? There were Christians who were Jews, they were Jews who believed in Jesus. And these Jews who

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believed in Jesus followed the laws of Judaism. And they

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did not break the Sabbath and they circumcised and they did not eat pork, and they sacrifice animals. These are the real Christians from our perspective, right? These are the real Christians, those real Christians, examples of them are Sandman and Farsi and his teacher right, those real Christians follow the laws and a part of their law is to sacrifice in the name of God.

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So if you were to meet such people, their meat is halal for you. And if you are in doubt when you meet such people, you may say Bismillah and eat

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but when you know for a fact that Bismillah has not been said, then you saying it when it is presented to you does not substitute having been said at the time of debate. Okay, and that's the whole xebia issue which you had to bring into our workers khilafah So no, you're not allowed to eat outside me to each other that's my position but it's a filthy issue. No big deal inshallah. inshallah with this we will continue on next Wednesday shall load on samila