Lives of Sahaba 59 – Ubay Ibn Ka’b

Yasir Qadhi


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In this amazing talk by Shaykh yasir Qadhi, we revel in the magnanimous stature and life of the great Sahaba being discussed – Ubay Ibn Ka’b RA, the greatest Qaari of the Qur’an after the Prophet ﷺ or Kitab Ul Wahi.

He is adorned with the blessed nickname of Abu Mundhir and he was one amongst the four blessed men who had to their credit the memorisation of the Quran. He had dedicated his life to the teaching of Qur’an after the death of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ in the Prophet’s mosque in Madina. He used to complete recitation of the entire Qur’an every 8 days. The greatest Mufassir, Ibn Abbas was a student of Ubay ibn Ka’b RA.

Ibn Umar said that the Prophet ﷺ said, “Take the Qirat from four: Ibn Mas’oud, and from Ubay, and from Muadh, and from Saalim the slave of Abu Hudhayfah.”

Various Hadiths have been narrated with reference to and by Ubay Ibn Ka’b RA and deserve a worthy mention:

Anas RA said, “The Prophet ﷺ said to Ubay bin Ka’b, ‘Indeed Allah has commanded me to recite the Qur’an to you.’ This shows that Allah had chosen Ubay RA to be recited the Qur’an to which was nothing short of a magnanimous honour.

Umar ibn al-khattab RA said, “Whoever wishes to ask about the Qur’an then let him approach Ubay bin Ka’b, and whoever wants to ask about laws of inheritance then let him approach Zayd, and whoever wishes to ask about Fiqh; then let him approach Mu’adh Ibn Jabl, and whoever wants to ask about wealth; then let him come to me, for Allah has made me a safe-keeper and a distributor.” This further reinstates the obvious that Ubay Ibn Ka’b was indeed the greatest when it came to anything pertaining to the Qur’an and he was amongst the greatest scholars of Islam.

Al Waqidi said, ‘He was the first one to write for the Prophet ﷺ.’ This refers to the fact that ubay RA was among the firsts who scribed the revelations that came to Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.

Masruq said, ‘I asked Ubay regarding some matter, so he said to me,‘O son of my brother, has this (i.e. your question) occurred?’ So I said: ‘No.’ Thus he said, ‘Then let’s leave it until if it happens, then we can do Ijtihaad and apply our opinion.’

Ubayy ibn Ka’b reported: The Messenger of Allah ﷺ said, “O Abu Mundhir, do you know the greatest verse in the book of Allah?” I said, “Allah and His Messenger know best.” The Prophet ﷺ said, “O Abu Mundhir, do you know the greatest verse in the book of Allah?” I recited the verse of the throne (ayat al-kursi), “Allah, there is no God but Him, the Living, the Sustainer.” (2:255).

Ubay RA related that the Prophet ﷺ once asked him: “Shall I not teach you a Surah the like of which has not been revealed in the Tawrat, nor in the Injil, nor in the Zabur, nor in the Qur’an?” “I hope you would not leave through that door until you know what it is,” said the Prophet ﷺ, obviously prolonging the suspense for Ubay RA. Ubay then says: “He stood up and I stood up with him.I tried to delay him fearing that he would leave before letting me know what the Surah is. When he reached the door, I asked:‘O Messenger of Allah! The Surah which you promised to tell me…’ The Prophet ﷺ then replied:‘What do you recite when you stand for Salat?’ So, I recited for him Surah Fatihah and he said:‘(That’s) it! (That’s) it! They are the seven oft-repeated verses of which Allah Almighty has said: “We have given you the seven oft-repeated verses and the Mighty Qur’an.’”

There are a few Hadiths that have been quoted by Shaykh Yasir regarding the Witr prayer during Salt Isha and also about the Laylatul Qadr in Ramadan.

May Allah SWT grant him Jannah and raise us amongst the ranks of Ubay Ibn Ka’b RA.


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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. While early he was a happy woman,

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Am I bad? So like last week, and shall lozada today as well, we're going to choose a very famous Sahaba. But we don't have much information about him. So inshallah We will then spend the rest of the time reading his Hadith. And I think that it is very useful, in my opinion to go over the Hadith because we will get an idea of the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So it's an excuse, in my opinion, to read a hadith just because the our Sahabi narrated it, the Sahaba we're going to choose today, the Sahaba we're going to choose today is obey even God obey, even God and obey have been kept. We only have very limited information about him, but he did narrate a good

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quantity of it. So we'll have some time with the ideas today, or they have been kept is from the unsought from the hazaragi tribe. Therefore, he has no mention in Makkah, therefore, automatically we are already beginning from the late Sierra of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam obey have been God was an educated man from the hustle road, he was one of the few people who could read and write before the coming of Islam. So he was educated. We have no idea how old he was. All that we know is that when he died, he was an older man, and he died roughly as we're gonna get to around 22. So we can estimate that when he converted, he was probably already 3040 years old. So he's already a

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generally speaking an older man. And he was one of the 70 who attended the Alibaba treaty, the second treaty of Alibaba. So his conversion goes back to the earliest Madani period. So he's one of the first batch of the unsought to convert. And when the Prophet sallallahu I said and migrated to Medina, obey even God became the first of the unsavoury scribes. Obviously, our prophets of Salaam had scribes in Makkah, he had people that were chosen to write the way in Makkah, the first person whom the Prophet system chose in Medina to become his essentially, Secretary. They're called Good job, or khatiwada. And this is a special category of Sahaba.

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There have been other great scholars, they wrote treatises, the names of the Sahaba, who were secretaries and who would write down for the prophets of Allah sallallahu sallam, and especially those who would write down the way the Quran, they have the highest status amongst those who would write because they have been given the greatest honor. So the first of the answer to have this honor was obey God, and he would become therefore one of the primary scribes of the Quran. in Medina, there are many primary scribes, we will get to as a Debian Sabbath inshallah eventually say the metabo is probably the primary scribe of the prophesy center when it comes to the Hold on, but obey

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even cab comes second or third in that list. So he became one of the greatest of the kuttabul. Why, and because of this obey became out of all of the Sahaba the most knowledgeable person regarding the Koran and this is an amazing fact because obey is not from Makkah, obey is from Medina and obey you have been kept excelled in reciting the Quran and memorizing the Quran. So much so that unnecessarily Malik said, Only four people memorize the entire Koran in the life of the Prophet sallallahu it he was sending them even a map that is a bit rude. Number one on the list. Even Massoud who already gave his biography, go back to it. I gave up. I've seen detailed biography. And

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even Massoud goes back to the earliest

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mccunn converts and even Massoud was the first to recite the Quran in MK out loud. And so many things we mentioned about even Massoud he said I memorize 70 sutras directly from the mouth of the Prophet so I said that's more than half the Koran essentially he memorized it directly from the Prophet system. So number one that is mentioned in madness even mystery, number two obey even God obey have been kept and then others mentioned senemo there are a few others. So they have been kept is one of the four people who are famous for having memorize the Quran. Now, does this mean that none of the other Sahaba memorize the Quran? Two interpretations the first interpretation? Yes, it

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means none of the other Sahaba memorize the Quran. How can this be that the other Sahaba did not memorize the Quran their responses, the Sahaba were careful not to memorize the verses until they implemented it. So they were a bit fearful of just memorizing without acting and understanding. And this is reported by a bit nicer than others that we would sorry, our boss and others that we would memorize only 10 verses

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And then we would understand them and act upon them then memorize another. So the phenomenon of HIV that became common in the third, second third generation, and there was no problem with that. And that's a great thing that we should do. But in the earliest of generations, there was a bit of a fear And may Allah xojo protect us that the Koran ever be a hogen evidence against us we asked a lot to make the Quran and evidence for us and not against us and a shaffir for us and not against us. So the Sahaba were very scared about this and therefore only a few of them memorize the Quran. This is the first interpretation of this hadith of Ennis, the second interpretation, yes, of course, others

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memorized but for amongst them became the prominent and they very authentic or very correct memory, okay. And we all know there are plenty of who fault but some of them there have this perfect and others along with standard like me. So, you know, we have the various levels that come. So another interpretation is that obey had been God was one of those who excelled and perfected the recitation of the Quran. And that is why we have a very famous Hadith narrated in the tertiary books of Hadith. Our humble Almighty Almighty abubaker, the Most Merciful of my oma to my oma is Abu Bakar what I should do home feeding Allahu Omar and the strictest in the religion of Allah is Omar, while

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Stockholm Jolla and earthman and the one who has perfected hi Yah, the most is rough man. What I learned more from Bill halali will haraam.

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Guys, I just did this last week, more or the bingeable. What I love when Bill halali. Will Hamada, we did this last week. What are the major we mentioned this, that the President said hello, how long will occur? Oh, sorry. The next one is the one who knows the most inheritance or for whom they they've been sabbat will occur.

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And the one who has the best Clara now that Clara here does not necessarily mean the best voice that's not what is intended by there are there are here means the one who has the most authentic recitation, the one who is reciting, with the best edge we'd not necessarily with the most melodious voice because there's two separate things. Okay. You can have a good voice, but you can be mediocre or sometimes even bad. Allah has blessed you with the voice but you haven't studied the wheat. And you can have very perfect edge weed but your voice is mediocre. And there are so many of Cora and I studied with many of them there, they're telling me this flawless and it is beautiful to listen to

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if you understand the art of the dream, but for the average Muslim who doesn't know the art of treachery, they're like, well, this pot is average it doesn't look doesn't doesn't appreciate this. So when the Hadith says a Corrado whom it means the most perfect in the rules of recitation that you're doing the clearer the best and therefore obey urban cab, the Profit System has said he is the one who is the most authentic and the recitation of the Quran. So where does obey become famous in the recitation of the Quran, and therefore most of the it's not an ages that that the Quranic reciters have, you know, there are edges of the Quran I mentioned this before, that there is this

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phenomenon and this is only for the book of Allah subhana wa tada that we have an uninterrupted, unbroken chain from our times until the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with regards to both Quran and Hadith. Okay, we know exactly where we got it from, and the Oran ages that they typically go back to four or five of the Sahaba and the main one that they go back to is obey a bin cap. And you all know that I also have an agenda in the Quran, my ages in the Quran goes back also to but even when it goes through, obey even camp because obey became the main or one of the main Sahaba who then taught the Koran and preserved it and the legacy of the next generation. So that is really his

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main point of fame. And because of this, his association with the Koran became well known and there are a number of a hadith that all of you have heard and should be aware of, regarding obey in cab of them is the famous Hadith in Sahih Muslim and it is one of the most famous and I mentioned it in a hotspot and also in the Ramadan Hotez that the Prophet salallahu it he was sent them was in the messages and obey was sitting there. So he said, Yeah, a bell moon and our moon there is the cornea of obey even kept Yeah, a bell moon. There

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is the best or the greatest I have a lien, which is the greatest idea in the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala this hadith shows us before we even answer it, that not all of the Quran is the same. Some of the Quran is more blessed than the other, even though all of the Quran is more blessed than than anything we see. So compared to our speech, no Quran is infinitely superior, all of it.

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You cannot compare our speech to the Quran. There's a hadith in Timothy Fahd Lu columella, heeta. Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, that the superiority of the speech of Allah over the speech of the creation is like the superiority of Allah over the creation. So the column of Allah, which is the Quran is all of it infinitely better than us, but compared within each other, some segments of the Quran are more powerful, more emphatic, more blessing than other segments, even though all of them are blessing compared to us. So you could it could emulate Allah one which is the most greatest and the most blessing. And the fact that the Prophet system is

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asking, obey this question demonstrates there is a trust he has for obey, demonstrates, you know, you, you, you you trust, the more, you know, the top students, you want to see how much they know. So obey in his modesty, he said, Allahu wa rasuluh who are align His Messenger know best, he did not want to answer the question he felt embarrassed. And again, this goes back to the humility of the Sahaba. It also goes back to the fact that we should all be modest and humble, genuinely humble, when it comes to knowledge when it comes to that which we don't know. We should say Allah and His Messenger know best. Then the Prophet system repeated the question exactly the same. Yeah, but when

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did a UID double album the same point? So he's repeating the question, meaning? I'm not quizzing, I'm not asking you because I don't know. I'm asking you to see what you know. So by repeating the same question over us being told, you have to answer Give me your opinion. So without a moment's hesitation, and this is truly amazing. Obey said, Allah houda in a in a data center, and he recited it without a moment's hesitation, which means even when the first question was asked, something pops in his head, that out of modesty, he covers it up, he goes alone his message and oh, best, he didn't have to think immediately, the idea came to him, Allahu La Ilaha Illa who will hire you for you. And

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there are over 6000 verses in the Koran, and obey is a household and the football in a vital kursi have not been mentioned right now, because this is still new, right? It's not as if he's been taught to this, he does not know. But in instinctively Allah xojo blessed him and Allah blessed him with that knowledge. He immediately recited ayatul kursi and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam pushed him on the chest. And I mentioned before, this is the equivalent of us topping each other on the back in those days, they would push in the chest as a sign of like, Wow, great job. He pushed him in the chest. And he said, Leah, Nicola Elmo. Yeah, well, that knowledge has been made blesses,

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so honey unlikeable. Like basically how blessing and fortunate is knowledge, it's both a statement and a drawn together. The statement is that your chest has been open to knowledge and that is, may you be opened up for more knowledge like bless it, are you a knowledge. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam explicitly linked the knowledge especially of the Quran with a woman that and that is obey, they've been kept. And so this is one of the most famous Hadith about obey even tab, as if that weren't enough, there is an even more powerful Hadith about obey even gab and the Quran. And we already mentioned that he is the most knowledgeable Koran where he mentioned the hadith of ayatul

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kursi. And then we get to a third one, and that is that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam called for obey even kept or in one version he visited the house of obey had been kept

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either one, either this or that. And then he said, obey. Allah has commanded me to recite the Quran to you.

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Obey said, our somani Robbie. My Lord has mentioned my name, and another version Allahu Karani. Allah has mentioned me by name and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, Nam Yes, so obey

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began to cry

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because of the fact that Eliza had mentioned him by name. And then in some versions, it has mentioned that the process and recited suited albena sudut Albania. So the point is that there is no Sahabi that we know of that this blessing has taken place. A law has commanded me to recite the Quran to you. This is a blessing that is unique in the entire group of the Sahaba. And as I have said many times, each of the Sahaba has a particular blessing that others do not have. This is very common, and yes, the greatest of them overall is a woodworker and the northern Earth abandon it, no doubt. But still, even in that hierarchy, certain Sahaba have a specific privilege, even above all

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of them, and obey Eben kab was even more knowledgeable than all of them when it came to the recitation of the Quran. Not only kidnapping, he was the one who had the most knowledge of the or on and obey obey have been kept participated in all of the battles without exception.

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And after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he spent the remaining years of his life simply teaching the Quran and narrating a hadith in the masjid. He spent his entire life teaching the Koran and narrating the Hadith and even though he participated in a few lesser what he dedicated his life to the Quran, in the masjid of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. So he became the primary Koran teacher for the city of Medina. In the decade following the death of the Prophet of Islam, he was only alive for 10 years after that the process of so that's why another reason we don't have that much information about him. And not that many a hadith as we're going to

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come to him and he narrated 80 Hadith, which is not a small number, but it's not a large number either. He's not like NSV nomadic or others, he only lived 10 years. And most of the narrator's from him, by the way are also other Sahaba because there's only a 10 year gap. So the younger Sahaba become his students, and the greatest mufa series ever was who

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have the Sahaba

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in a bus in a bus becomes his student. So obey even God becomes the teacher of even a bus and they've been a bus is going to become the greatest scholar of Tafseer. But of course they've been a bus as a young kid now as a teenager, he will become the greatest scholar you know, in the year 6070 history I mean at that time, right now we're still in the year 1213 Digital so even Ibis becomes a student of all of the Sahaba but they have been grabbed becomes one of his main teachers as well the other Sahaba who became famous in Quran and also the tab their own who became famous in Quran they studied with obey even gab such as even home base and also our care of, of Allison, the advanced

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students should know we recite have son Allison, and the Thera have Allison which is our recitation of the Quran. You know, the Koran has many 10 recitations. Our girls have said, Allison and goes back to obey have been kept. That's why my ages also goes through house throughout some through, obey even cap. So after the death of the Prophet system, he began teaching the Quran in Medina, and he would tell his students that I finished the Quran every eight days, it was his Sunnah. Every eight days he would finish the boron. So on average, how many Jews a day would you recite?

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About three and a half every single day would recite three and a half Jews without exception till he died and obey of income also as a very humble man and he did not talk beyond necessary or beyond need. It is said once that a man came and asked a question about something is that how long How long? He said to the man this question you asked, has it occurred? The man said no, it's just a theoretical one. So he said, then let it be when it occurs, common ask and then I'll see if I can do he had he didn't want to give any theoretical responses. It is also narrated that once the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was asked about diseases, about sicknesses, so the Prophet system said, they are

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cut out for your sins, they forgive the sins. So obey ask the attitude of law, even if it's a small disease. The Prophet hasn't said even a thorn that pricks will cause sins to be forgiven. So obey then made a dua to Allah. He said, Oh Allah, allow me to be sick until I die.

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But let not the sickness affect my hedge or my camera or my Salawat in the masjid, or my jihad, FISA vitola.

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So he felt sick with a fever, such that any time somebody would touch his body, it would be hot, but come time for the solder and the other end was called his fever would go away. He would be able to come and pray and then go back to his house.

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They would be a fever again come time for the hedge season he would be able to go for hedge and come back and he participated in a few hours or whatnot that many because he was more concerned with the Koran and whatnot. So his was answered that Allah azza wa jal gave him a an illness, even though this was a his he had for us who don't have that level of demand. We don't ask a lot to inflict us with illness. We ask Allah for his alfia We ask Allah to avert away all sicknesses and pain and suffering. Subtle lawhon afia as the Hadith says, ask Allah for alpha and alpha is the absence of calamity. apphia is the absence of pain and suffering. And it is a drop that our prophet SAW Selim

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commanded his uncle Ibis, Ibis, said Dr. Sula, what direction should I make? So the President said, ask Allah for alpha, I said, I want more than this. The profitsystem said, ask Allah for alpha. And I said one more than this. The Prophet said, Oh, Ibis asked a love raffia for there's nothing better than alpha. Alpha means you're protected us, you don't have any problems, no pain in this world or the next, ask Allah for alpha. So that's what we asked a lot. llaman in pseudocode, alpha one alpha, three deanwood, dunya, alumina silicate alpha, these are the terms that are used for this concept point being Don't misunderstand, obey the law. One, he had his own he had and his point was, let me

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get rid of my sins in this world. So I can be raised up in the highest in the era, he had that level of emotion. As for us, we just ask Allah to avert any, any calamity from us. During the time of Ramadan, hottub rhodiola. One. Omar would respect him immensely. And

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Omar would say on the member This is narrated in the books of history that he gave a hug bill once and he said, Whoever has a question about the Koran, let him go to obey urbanclap

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whoever has a question about let him go to war either Benjamin and whoever has a question about administrative money and how it's spent. Let him come to me.

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Okay, I'm in charge of how the money is spent in the room. Okay. But Koran and Phil you can go to those Sahaba and when I'm when I'm in the hot tub, the famous narration all of you know we go over it all the time. About this salata Tara, we, that would have been a hot topic. One day, he exited his house in the month of Ramadan. And he found groups of people praying in the masjid Helter Skelter. Okay, one group there, another group there another group, they're each one just coming together. And just organically they're just having two or three, you know, friends, whatnot of the Sahaba into their own, and they just have their own,

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you know, sought out nothing. So I'm going to go along said, Why don't we combine all of these under one Mr.

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So he then announced from tomorrow, there will be one Gema This is the Torah we have prayer. Okay, from tomorrow, there'll be one Gemma. And who did you appoint to be the God of the Sahaba into law? We What an amazing honor. Right? We are here trying to find the quarter every month who is going to come whatnot. And imagine the cottage of Medina the first of all, we're Salah, over Ramadan. This is the second year of roamers reign, okay. In the title of a book, it was the same, right, I've mentioned this many times the Prophet system. He didn't command to know what happened was he was simply praying in the masjid in the nights of Ramadan. And one of the nights, the Sahaba just saw

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him and they lined up behind him. Then the news spread the next day. So the next day, without the process of announcing the masjid was packed. So he led them in total, we didn't call the throne with he just let them in 200, they were there. Then the third day, he did not come out. And they waited till budget and he did not come out. Then he said, I knew you were outside. But I was worried. If we continue doing this, it might become folded on you. And I didn't want to do that.

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So the profits and that was the last year of his life. So the offices I'm intentionally did not come out on the third night so that at the time I woke up, they didn't do anything. And the time of Omar one and a half years, so there was only one rumble bond and the time of Booker and the time of Obama, either the first or the second normal bond of his reign. So that is when Sonata tarawih was instituted. And Uber cab was the audit who led them. We don't want to get into the eight or 20 debates he led them in. In one version it says a trick another version says 20. So Allah knows best we have both of them narrated but it seems obey did lead them in 20 oh god there it does seem there

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is some narration nonetheless, another scholar says no, it's only eight paragraphs. So the issue of eight and 20 goes back to this early era, as well. And you know, my position is trivial. Both are allowed in Islam. If you want to do a 220 or maybe a 20. It is allowed in Islam. So the point is, obey was chosen as the enemy

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Ma'am, of the Ramadan Salawat of Torah we, it is also narrated in the double COVID been sacked that obey you've been

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asked Ramadan hottub Oh Amira, meaning, why don't you appoint to me? Like who appointed the rest of the Sahaba? Like he felt something like, Am I doing something wrong? You assigning positions of it, there's government rules. There's jobs that are being given. Why aren't you using me as the other people that are of our batch our group what not. And look at the beautiful responsive Mr.

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Bob said, I don't wish to corrupt your religion. You're too pure for politics, stay away from this, I want to keep you pure. I don't wish to corrupt your tour. Basically, he's saying you're too high, you're too holy, I don't want you to come involved. And then this happens, that happens, people are gonna say this and that stay out of it. You are too good to get involved in politics. So that would be that then the psychedelic, I don't want to make your dean any, you know, corrupted by the issue of politics. So we'll be never held political office, because we would have held him into high regard. Inside also in areas that a man came from Iraq, to ask her some questions. And he sat in the

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middle of Omar. And next to her over on the right hand side was an old man fully white hair. So we learned now that we'll believe in God has absolutely white hair, he did not dye his hair till he died absolutely white beard white hair in a clean garment. And Omar would look at him with respect. And the man said during the course of the conversation, he said that this world is only our provisions and the right until the next world and it is a next world that will face the consequences of our actions. When the man stood up and left basically a statement of truth. This world is just our markup our ride, we have to wait to get to the next and that's our real life. When the man stood

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up and left this lofty astronomical hotdog, Who was that man? So, Bob said had say you do muslimeen had the obey Ivanka. So Omar, who is the ameerul momineen is saying this is the leader of the Muslims say you the Muslim in this is obey even gal obey have been kept passed away, most likely in the year 22 Ah, some say in the year 30. Ah, but the point is that he died of relatively early death, he did not see the fitting out of the Sahaba he did not live to the later generations. And when he died and he's buried in a lot of blood when he died.

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Remember, Bob said today the see you that muslimeen has died to the leader of the Muslims has died. That is all that we know about where you've been kept a very little amount, oh, he had four or maybe five children. And so his necessarily his lineage does remain to this date. But we don't have much information about

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the time of his birth. And we also don't have much information about other things that took place pre Islam, because again, who is going to record those things. So this is all that I was able to get to you. But what we do have are a lot of ahaadeeth and most of them are related to the Quran, not surprisingly. So even the a hadith that will be is narrating or related to the or on. And as you know, I choose the Muslim Imam I met all of you by now should know this book. And the reason I choose it is because firstly, it is the most

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comprehensive of all books of headache that we have. There is no book that is larger than this book over 45 50,000 or 40. Something 1000 ahaadeeth. No book has anything similar to this in our times. And secondly, it's arranged according to the Sahaba not according to the topic, which is why not many people read it because it's not topically arranged you yourself will see today, we're just going through a hadith it sounds random. Actually, it's not quite random because it's arranged according to the isnaad. But the topic wise is random. So one Hadith is about the hora or the Hadith about Quran or the Hadith about so this is what's gonna be happening and that's true, but you know

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this by now about obey have been kept. Now, some topics are going to be raised and these are a little bit advanced, and I do need to bring them up because again, this is the knowledge of our religion.

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Even a bass narrated that room would have been a hot dog gave a hotspot upon the member of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said I Li Yun aka Donna will obey you and Accra owner as I just said, this is mostly about Muhammad Ali is the one who has the best other amongst us in another version is more either maybe it was two different ones. Allah knows best. I knew you were gonna will obey a Corona and sometimes we don't narrate from obey, even though obey her

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From the Prophet sallallahu ala he was selling them because the Prophet Sall Allahu Allah he was selling them was revealed the keytab as well after obey, you know, this sounds very cryptic what is going on here? I'll explain.

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One of the most controversial and misunderstood topics is the concept of abrogation in the Quran. Thus, the concept of abrogation and the concept of obligation is mentioned in the Koran and in the sooner in the Quran in surah baqarah Allah says, Man encirclement Arya 10 Oh noon, see her, nothing behind him in hell with Leah. We never abrogate a verse, or cause it to be forgotten, except that we bring something similar or better than it. This is explicit in the Quran. So this opens up the door, which many Muslims don't know about. And again, if we lived in an ideal world, maybe the average Muslim shouldn't know about it until they become advanced students, but we don't. It's better you

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hear it from me, then you hear it from somebody who's going to cause doubts in your hearts. Yes, the concept of abrogation is correct. And there were verses revealed, that are no longer a part of our Quran. Allah subhana wa tada lifted it up. Allah subhanho wa Taala abrogated it. And Omar is now saying that some things obey says are recites. We don't recite them, because we know they have been abrogated and obey you heard it from the prophets I send him so he thinks they're still

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being able to be recited. Okay. And we will come across some of these narrations that obey had certain

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verses of the Quran that he would recite. And remember, this is before the compilation of

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by whom

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Othmani been a fan. This is a key point here. Right? Because it's not even a fan solidified or it's not even a fan made the Koran standardized and that's why to this day we call this Muslims will suffer Boothman. Right, the arithmetic must have, because it's mersa. So obey is pretty ruthless. And there were, there was ambiguity amongst the Sahaba. What is to be done with those abrogated verses? Because in the end of the day, that's what he's saying, and obey heard it from the Prophet sallallahu sallam. But we know that after he heard it, it had been abrogated. So Omar is saying, Look, what obey is residing in those sections. We know it's there. It's correct. It was there. But

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we don't recite it. I'm not going to recite it, because I know that it had been abrogated and obey felt that if I heard it from the process of, then I have the right to recite it, okay. Then Earth man came 10 years later and said From now on, those abrogated verses will not be recited. And he made the Quran into this compiler. And it is the format that we have to this day. So this has already been tapped. And another hadith of obey, which will bring us another topic of Quran so notice, we're going to be doing quite a lot of the sciences of the Quran when it comes to obey, you have encountered that robot Urbanus Ahmed said that obey even qab said that the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam said, on Zillow for an hour and I said it

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this is a famous mutawatir Hadith. The Quran has been revealed in seven tongues. Okay, so

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what is this? Listen to let's look at the next how do we even typeset the prophets isn't taught me a verse in one way.

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And I heard it being recited by another person in a different way. So I went up to him and I said, Who taught you this? So he said, The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught it to me. So I said, well, law, he I have memorized it from the process a little longer, I knew he was selling them myself. And then ob says and listen to this, never had a doubt about Islam crept into my heart, like it had at this point in time. Like what is going on? Two different verses are similar, but not the same. So I went to the process, a little long winded, he was send them right then in there, and I said to him, yada sutala didn't you teach me this idea in such and such a manner? He said, Yes. Then

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he said, but I just heard, so and so recited in such and such a manner. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam hit me in the chest, and all the doubts that I had went away, just by touching the process and all that went away. And then he said, the prophet system said jubran, l and Mika, he came to me. And you wrote in said, your crown, Quran Allah have read the Quran in one way. Mika in said to me, asked for more.

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So I said, allow me to do too.

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Mikhail continued to tell me to ask God more and more and more until I reached seven.

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Then he said the Prophet system said kulu Harsha Finn caffeine, all of them are pure and complete. Okay, so this gets us to the very, very problematic and difficult topic of the seven dialects or the seven of the Quran. It is one of the most confusing topics when you read the sciences of the Quran, it really boggles the mind and if obey even God felt a doubt How about me and you

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if he may have been upset, I have never in my life felt a doubt as I did when I found out another Sahabi reciting in a different way. And then we don't have the luxury of the process of tapping us on the shoulders, we don't have that luxury. So we have to have a leap of faith and in summary, and we were going to come to this that these are hero for revealed in early Islam to make it easy for all of these different Arab tribes to memorize the Quran and they had differences in their wording, they had synonyms being replaced, they had pronunciation differences, some of those differences remain in our that are out of our times this causes even more confusion. Okay. So understand there

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are two concepts number one

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and number two, the

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okay. There are many terror acts that are present. They are not present we have books of the karate we can touch them, we can feel them we can log on to YouTube and listen to the terror of have some awesome dr. oz sure about the taraba wash Sakharov alone, we can listen to the 10 carats if you ever listen to their bosses Abdul Samad sometimes he goes into his Mashallah tomato cola zone. Right? Well, they'll have blue hair will do he uses Tara axe okay. Will lady die so you can listen to that right? medic el Medina Mata Chioma Deen, right Allah He moved him, he goes, and you can hear the same verse, these are cannot add, these are sciences that are studied, memorized, you can memorize

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the Quran. And they are tangible, you feel them, they're here. And the differences between them are relatively trivial pronunciation, what not?

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The heart of the problem is we don't have them anymore. They're not in books, they're not tangible. We just have references in these types of books. So the question is, what then are the heart of and how do they relate to that there are items that you understand the pointer, okay? And the topic or the answer to this can quite literally take us many, many months and weeks and years of study. And it is still being discussed to be very, very simplistic, almost sorry, Earth minded, but I found rhodiola Tada, I understood that the need for the differences of the Federal art no longer exists.

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And in his time, some disputes started about the different out of the Quran. And he realized that if we allow these differences to remain,

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it's gonna cause problems. So he called all of the Sahaba. And they agreed to eliminate all of the variations other than the primary otoshi dialect variation. Most likely these variations dealt with tribal differences.

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Because realize that each tribe had different pronunciation. each tribe had different so even now in the age of globalization in the age of the internet, in the age of mass media and Hollywood, even now, people in America speak English differently than people in Australia or people in England, and they have different words for the same thing. Okay, I can give you many examples. I go to England all the time, and some of them are pretty funny. You want a vacuum in England you don't say vacuum you say? What are the Brits called vacuuming? Anybody very good hoovering.

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Why? Because the vacuum cleaner was introduced as the Hoover brand. So literally To this day, the Brits say, I have to Hoover my room. There's a vacuum point I'm giving I can give you a million examples, right push chair is a tram. Okay, push to the baby the tram. It's called a push it notice the No no, no stroller, push chair, or the push chair. So they have all of these differences. They make fun of us, we make fun of them as the reality point being go back 1000 years, English in various parts of the world is even more different than it is now. You see my point here, right? German 500 years ago in various parts of Germany was different. So the point being 1400 years ago,

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the Arabs of Arabia spoke Arabic

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differently. North Arab, South Arab, the tribal holidays, the tribal copy of the tribe have they been kidnapped the tribe of kin that the tribe of Quraysh. So most likely, and we're not 100% Sure, it looks like to be the case. These are both essentially simplified the memorization of the Quran in accordance with the primary, regional dialects of the Arabic language. Is that clear? That seems to be the case that these are sort of dealt with those dialects are smart, rhodiola and understood that look, the purpose now is gone. We are now a literate nation we are reading and writing and these differences are gonna cause more harm than good. So that is why he came together. And he formed a

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committee or a team at obey is not there. He's before this right. He's the type of robot. And he then agreed to basically get rid of all of these variations, and put the Quran in one simple book, and that's the one that we have right now. So that is the purpose of the seven. and obey would recite those rules and obey also would recite abrogated verses. So it's both of them, because nobody is going back to hearing from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. directly. This next Hadith of the Prophet, so I said him said, should I not teach you a surah? That is neither in the Torah or there's a board or the NGO or even in the Quran, something similar to the surah. Obey said yes. So the

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prophets of the law he said him said, so I will not leave the masjid from that door until I teach you that surah then the process to begin to pray. And I prayed with him, when he turned to leave and he was about to exit from the door. I held on to this hand and I said Yasuda law, the surah You said you're going to teach me. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, What do you recite when you stand up to pray? So I said the fact he had to look it up. So he said, Here he that is the sutra I'm talking about? Well, he has several methods and he was born on a limb under the booty to Bardo. And it is the sub l masani. What is the saga with Annie isn't the whole on? What are the odds at

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NACA 7 million masani? Well, we're on an album, we have given you the seven oft repeated verses, and we've given you the Koran. So Allah says we've given you the seven oft repeated verses, and we've given you the Quran. So it is as if the fact that has been made equivalent to the Quran. And our Prophet system said the Fatiha is neither in the Torah, nor there's aboard, nor the in G. And a few years ago, in my Ramadan series, I had some issues with the fact that and I quoted this hadith over there.

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The next idea that we're going to do, as usual time always catches us only choose that one. The next time that we're going to do

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it been a boss said that he had a argument with another tab Barry, about who was the companion of Moses moose and the Koran that he met in a bar said it is Hadith. And the other person said, it is somebody else. And while they were debating obey, even God passed by them, and in advance is the main student of obey. So we've been about called out to obey come here. So obey came. Even my boss said, I had an argument with this person here, regarding who is the person that Moosa met in the Quran. So did you hear anything from the Prophet salallahu idea he was silent about that. So obey said yes, I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say, once Moosa was in a gathering of the

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children of Israel, in when a man stood up and said, Is there anybody more knowledgeable than you are Moosa? And Moses said no. So Allah revealed to him there is a person more knowledgeable and that is our servant called it. So Moosa then asked Allah, how can I find him? So Allah azza wa jal made the fish assigned for him. And he said, wherever you miss the fish, that is where you're going to find the, the where the fish goes missing. That's where you're going to find called it and therefore, they went on the journey. And Moosa said to his servant, as you know, this is no por en la Casa Latina Mr. De nada, and also it is all in the Quran. So the gap that gives us our food we

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are very tired of this journey. And at that point in time, they discovered that the fish was no longer there for that data at that email puzzle saw they returned on their way until they found the

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person hidden and then what Allah said in the Koran happens so here we have an interesting story that obey you've been cab has heard that it is exactly hit it or hold it, that the the foreign team down regarding

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next I did that, we're going to do

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Even a bus said that obey had been cab said Toma hatami o ameerul momineen. I have learned the Koran from the same person you have learned from. And I learnt it from him. When Djibouti is revealed it fresh water, it's still wet. It's still fresh. And this took place when Omar said that I'm not going to take these verses that you were saying when we talked about those abrogated verses. So obey felt a little bit like hurt everyday good. Is that true? Armando? hottub, that I learned the Quran from the same person as you did, means there's nobody between me and the prophet of Islam. And I learned to directly when Juba deal came down. Why? Because he's the one who wrote it down. He's the tip of

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the way he's the first person to have heard the verses. So he feels a sense of well, that's not fair. I mean, I know these verses, so why shouldn't I recite them and as I had already mentioned, that that was his he had and rathmann are sorry, Omar disagreed, and then Earth man made it official policy, or if my main official policy that those abrogated verses will no longer be recited over you've been kabaneri ated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the child that he killed, the day he was born, he was stamped as a Kaffir.

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And if he had lived, he would have tortured his parents with de Leon and Khufu, he would have caused his parents much grief, with his transgression, and his Cofer. This is a hadith that once again goes back to the fear of sort of have you all know the story, when Hodor kills the child, right? And then Moses says, How dare you kill him. And in the end, other says that Alon knew that if the child grew up, he would

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hurt his parents with de Leon and COVID. So this hadith says this is how the Atom processor from obey the day that the child of hudud that 100 killed was born. The day that that child was born, he was stamped with copper, meaning this has other of a law. It was already pre decreed. And there's nothing that could have done to change that and had he lived, he would have caused his parents much grief and distress, or they have been tab said that when God and this is coming from him, the process of did not say this right now. He's going to court how the process in the end, when God hit his foot,

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to start the flow of Zamzam. You all remember the story of hijab, that when she was crying, Judy came and he hit his foot this obese and he hit his foot. And another version it says he hit his wing. Point is he hit something.

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The water began to spread out, and only smart in blocked up the water. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Rahim Allah who hotjar oma is Marine, lo Tara Katz holochain at Ma and Marina, may Allah have mercy on hotjar, the mother of his Marine, If only she had left zum zum it would have been a lake rather than a well it would have been a lake. Okay, it would have been basically a sister in a pool, it wouldn't have just been a well, and the fact the reason that she could have sorry, the the fact that have of her covering it up is what made it into a well and I have gone over the story in my theater as well, way before this, that in her language xym meant stop were enough.

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So she said Zamzam Stop, stop. She didn't she didn't want the water to flow out. She was worried that there wasn't enough water for a smile, so she didn't want it to run away. So she blocked the water so that there would be enough for his main and she did not know that this would be the most blasted source of water in all of human history. And it would feed it feed hundreds of millions of people from the time of Ibrahim up until Judgment Day non stop. She did not know that. So she wanted to save it only for her son is married. So she blocked it. And that's where we get this Zamzam from and our Prophet system said may Allah have mercy on her, If only she let it flow. It would be a full

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a full pool or being narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Allah has commanded me to recite the Quran to you. I said was a Manny laka Robbie, my lord mentioned my name to you.

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and obey then recited will be fun lilla he will do it for me daddy casaya follow this in the Quran. As soon as verse 58 say rejoice at the Rama of Allah and the blessings of Allah Subhana

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What Tada. So, this is an ayah that is in the Quran and obey when he's narrating his to his students what happened, he is quoting this ayah. In the next version, it mentions that obey began to cry with when he found this out. Well, they have been said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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Do not curse the wind when it comes to you, because the wind is from the spirit of ALLAH or the help of a law. When a wind comes, ask Allah for its good and the good that it brings, and the good because of which has, it has been sent and seek refuge in a law from its evil and the evil that is in it and the evil for which it has been sent. This headache is a fundamental headache, we do not curse any of the laws creation and any of the incidents of this world. We don't curse the natural phenomenon. And this is one of the fundamental headaches of this regard. If there's bad weather, if there's anything even 100 thunder, hurricane, something like this, we do not curse it, because it is

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from Allah subhana wa tada and there is some good in it as well. All winds have some good in it. So when the wind comes over even five said, Don't curse the wind, rather asked a law for its good and seek refuge from a law from its evil.

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Well, they have been tagged narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prayed for him, and he forgot an ayah.

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And when the Salah finished, obey said era pseudo law, has this ayah been lifted up, or did you just forget? Who could say this other than obey? Nobody else could ask this question other than obey. So the Prophet system said and he reminded are there the problem said no, I just forgot it. Okay, this shows that even the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam makes the human mistakes that all parties make.

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And it is done for the wisdom to teach us what to do when the Collie makes a mistake in the Salah.

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Okay, in one version, not in this one in another version. When the prophet SAW sent him got stuck, nobody, this is the first time this happened. Nobody said anything. And he just stopped and then he went into the court. Then he turned around and he said Where is ob? And we said I'm hearing and she said Why didn't you remind me when I was stuck? So ob even car was the one immediately the person said Why didn't you I didn't know what was next Why didn't you? Of course I love this headache because I get stuck all the time. So I said okay, so not to get stuck once in a while. It's not and this is of the mercy of Allah because this shows us imagine if this had it didn't happen. What would

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we do? Right so there is a wisdom in the Prophet system himself you know every day he just doesn't remember the next time so even our profit system this happened Kobe was the one who was asked by the process of him Why didn't you tell me all they have been cab said that the profits of the license insulated witted he would recite what are the three suitors were essentially guys

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so because one of the Corolla

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cafe Iran and loss this hadith is right here in front of now you know why? Usually in the winter of the Torah where we recite sub sub base metal big Allah Allah and then calf who don't and as loss it's right here in this hadith and Muslim By the way, we have said that in the Sonata winter, the Prophet says I will recite said his battle because either and then put your foot on and then put who Allahu Ahad and that is the sooner that people follow to this day.

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Obey even Cobb said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in nomina she it The Hague, Mr. Verily some of poetry has wisdom in it Verily, some of poetry has wisdom in it. And this is a famous Hadith reported in Sahih Bukhari as well. And this shows us that poetry in and of itself is not how long our prophets are simply saying some of poetry has wisdom in it. And therefore, if the poetry is good, and it has a good message, and there's nothing wrong associated with it, then it is good. And if the poetry is wrong, or the content is vulgar, or it is associated with vulgarities, then it becomes how long swayed him to hoffler said that I went on an expedition with and he

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mentioned their names their altar of your own and we found a whip on the road. So I took it. My two companions said you're not allowed to take it get rid of it. But I said no, I will take it and I'll announce it if anybody has lost it. It says otherwise, I will keep the whip. The both of them said it is not allowed. And I said it is allowed. When we came after Hodge. We then went to Medina and we met Obi Eben

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And all of us told him what happened and said who is correct? So you understand the story. What is to be done when you find a lost item? Okay, this Dabiri said, I'm going to use it, it's on the road, it's literally on the floor, meaning in the middle of the desert, right? They're walking there, why can't I take it? And the other two said, No, you should leave it there. So now they get to Medina. And they asked, Will they have been Caleb, who was right? obey said, during the time of the Prophet salallahu idea he was send them I found a money bag with 100 dinars.

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So I came to the Prophet seven, I asked him, What should I do? So the Prophet system said, announced it for one year. So I announced it, but nobody came to claim it. Then I came to him again. And he said to me three times, the narrator is saying, I don't know whether that was three times in one year or one time for three years, the narrator below, obey. So we're not sure it was three years, three times in one year or one time every year. And I did it three times, then the fourth time, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, memorize the quantity of coins, and the type of bag it is in. And if somebody comes to claim it, return it, otherwise, you may use it.

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This is the fifth of the Arabic term is locata. And the locata means a lost item. Okay. So if you find a lost item

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in the street,

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you have the option of leaving it there.

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You have the option, and this whole time with the last item that is standard, like

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our scholars say that which is, you know, usable by everybody not which is specific. So obviously, a person's iPhone is specific. Okay, we're talking about a pen.

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Something like or $1. Like, that's anybody or even $100, you find the $100 bill just lying, you know, now you have a number of options, I'm going to Liberty,

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the the best thing to do, if it is a closed environment, and there is an authority there, you hand it over and say somebody lost this and announce it, that is the ideal thing to do. But if it's not, so for example, in a university, you will go to the Lost and Found for example, and when there's a system in place, you do that. But what if you find it the middle of the desert? Which is these ladies here? Okay? What if you find that there is no internet, there is no authority to get or what if it's a trivial thing, like a whip is not the most expensive items like finding a pen, that's an average pen, can you just pick it up and take it. So from this Hadith, we learn that you go to the

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places that are known. And if it's of some value, if it's a cheap pen, you can just ignore it. But if it's of some value, you should make a genuine attempt to announce that I have a pen. If anybody lost it, I have a wallet. I have found some money, but don't give too many details.

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Okay, so for example, let's be realistic, you find a $20 bill, right outside MIT martial arts about, okay, it has happened many, many, many times. You find a $20 bill or even let's make it juicy, $100 bill? Okay, you find it in the parking lot. ideally speaking, okay. you hand it in, and you say, give it over to our brother who sleeps. So let's take this, theoretically, you are allowed to make an announcement a few times that now this announcement should not be done inside the Muslim lab because there are headings don't don't make the masala internet, but you may make the announcement some money has been lost. Has anybody lost money? You don't say how much because unscrupulous people

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will come and say, well, that's mine, or there is a missing wallet. Then the person is supposed to come and that's what the Hadees says, memorize the strings on the bag. That's what the Heidi says.

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So the person will not come and say oh, I lost a bag that looks like this, this this this.

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And if he describes the bag accurately, it is he describes the pen It is his suppose he doesn't come back after a period of time. And it's a good quantity of money. So the Heidi says one year so then after that year, you may take that money and use it but any time in the future. A person comes and says oh I lost my wallet did had $5,000 in it. The new martial arts of Article upgraded your car.

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Then you are responsible to pay back that 5000

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Is that clear, this is our fifth. Okay, and this is what the heading says that you may use something of value. If there's nobody else that you know, you know, that has it. But as a process that if the owner comes back, then you have to give it back to him. or its equivalent. Obviously, if it's gone, you've already upgraded your car, you have to give it back to cars or use the pen, there was a decent pen or whatnot, you know, there are pens that are worth you know, good amounts of money, whatever, I'm just giving an example, then you have to pay the owner the equivalent back because you did utilize it. So you take it at a risk, you take it at a risk. Time is up, let's just do one or

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two more ideas, and we're done. This is a very interesting Hadeeth.

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Well, they have been Tom said I was with the Prophet salallahu idea. He was selling what a Bedouin came and said, O Messenger of Allah, I have a brother with a disease. The profitsystem said, What is his disease, the man said, he has been touched, meaning by agent, ie possessed. This is one of the

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very rare Hadith that mentioned the concept of possession.

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Okay, and this is one of the most explicit ones it will be a lemon, lemon is touching of the gin. So the prophecies that bring him to me. So the boy was brought in front of the Prophet salallahu idea he was sent them. Other versions say he had to be carried, he couldn't walk, he was just placed in front of the processor. For our weather, who never use a law who is going to be fat to add to the Profit System sought protection for him through the fire to her. And through the last, the first four verses of surah

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baqarah and through el comida, who has sudo, Baccarat, and through ayatul kursi. And through the last three verses sort of Bukhara and through the the verse of Allah and Milan verse number 18 shahidullah under hula, hula hoop, and the verse number 54 out off is going to reverse that the process of reciting in Arabic, the Hanukkah semi water out and through the last verses the sutra moon and through sutra telegin. And through the first 10 of pseudo soft fat and through the last three brutal hashes. And through certain Islam and sort of Falak Masuda, NASS obey had memorized every single verse that he used, and he's then telling us these are the roots of the need to be

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used. And when he finished reciting the man or the boys stood up, as if he had never been sick.

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So this is the SL or the How do we know that we're supposed to recite the Quran and perform exorcisms I have given entire lectures if I'm not mistaken, two or three lectures I gave about say head and whatnot. This is one of those a hadith about exorcism and reciting over the possessed one until it is gone. Obviously, the prophet systems exorcism is the most powerful. And so one recitation and call us has gone for the rest of us. We have to struggle through many, many times, we can said that this the Sahaba began talking about later to the potter. And so I said, I swear by the one besides whom there is no God, I know which Laila it is which night it is, it is the night that

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the Prophet system told us it is the night of the 27th of Ramadan. So obey His swearing. And I gave many talks about the course and I mentioned obey would swear by Allah, it is the 27th of Ramadan. They said, How do you know this? He said, because our Prophet system told us the sign of later to Qatar, that the sun will rise the next day, pure and crystal clear without having any race. Okay. So the narrator said, the narrator from obey for the next three years, I would wake up every morning and wait for the sun to rise in Ramadan. And every single year after the 27th it would rise crystal clear without its race. So this is a hadith that yes, we said so many times in Ramadan I said that

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the greatest candidate for the latest will other is the 27th of Ramadan and that is correct. However, we say that it cannot be for certain only Allah subhana wa Taala knows for certain what day it is

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some beautiful Hadith I'm going to do them which is two three more obey you've been tagged, said that the machete key in the pagans came to the Prophet system and they said, Oh Mohammed, tell us what is the genealogy of your Lord?

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The genealogy parents and whatnot. So because of this, Allah revealed poldhu Allahu Ahad Allahu Samad Lem yet it William youlet, whatever you call them, coupon ahead. Okay, so this is the famous suburban new zoo. Why was sort of the death loss revealed that the pagans of Mecca came and asked about who is a lot of hyena what

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We'll do two more than I have some more in mind, but we'll just do two more beautiful Heidi here that one of the tableau says I came to Medina and I found an old man speaking in the masjid. I asked Who is this man they said it is obey have been kept. So I've what I heard, this is a unique identity, you will not find it by any other Sahabi. It's a very unique head.

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Of what I heard was that he said, When Adam was about to die, he told his children, all my children, I am desiring the fruits of Jenna. So go out and find for me some fruits from Jenna.

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So his children went out obeying their father. And they found the angels coming with

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the shrouds and the perfumes. And they had as well axes and shovels.

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So they said, Oh, children of Adam, literally Children of Adam, where are you going? They said, Our father is sick. And he wants the fruits of gin. So they said Go back to your father, for his decree has now come. Now pause here. They had never seen a burial. They had never seen that type of death now. Ha.

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Ha beaten Hobbit. Of course they had does a murder done. But that murder, it was covered up by how is the grave dug.

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It was just a stone the crows showed. And then the other brother fled. He didn't. So this is not known to the other children of Adam. Okay. The Cain and Abel story is the first death of humanity. The first death was a murder. But unnatural death has not yet occurred. And Adam shall be the first natural death ever.

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And so the children don't even know that he's about to die. And they just say that he's fallen sick, and they think he's delirious. And so he wants to get Jenna's fruit. They have heard from their father and well, I just think about it. Just think how amazing it would have been to be of that family. Your parents are the only human beings. And they're telling you about this place called Jenna. I mean, just imagine that world and scenario. This is now what's happening. Okay. So they said the angel said, Go back, because the law is come, this is it. So they all returned, when how what saw the angels, she recognized who they were, and she cried out and jumped on Adam to protect

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him. Because one understands what's going on. And now she is fearful of Adams death. But Adam said, away from me, now a loss decree has come.

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And they took him and he died. They gave him the lesson. They put the coffin on him. They perfumed him, it's all in the head. They dug his grave, and they made the lat which is we talked about this in the fifth class, right, which is the

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the inside chamber right, you go down, then you go in, right, the L shaped, and then they prayed Sila janazah over him. Then they put him in the hub. And they then covered up the lead with Levin with bricks. And then they exited from the cover. And they covered up that hole with to rob. And then they said, Oh Children of Adam, this shall be your son from now on. Isn't this an amazing idea? And you will only find it from where you've been. So the beginning of the story, call us the time is up, let's just do one or two, the ones that I wanted to we skipped over. Nice, someone's in the middle. love us. But you see why I want to do this. It's so beautiful to go over there Hadith of the

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Sahaba and it's an excuse for us to just listen to what our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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So, obey even qab said that the prophets are sort of once recited in Salah, and he forgot an ayah

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so he turned around and he said, who memorize this surah from me. So obey said I did Yasuda law, and you forgot this and this ayah

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so the Prophet says that I'm said

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I knew that if anybody had memorized it from me and would correct me, it is you.

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So here's the Prophet system, praising obey in his knowledge of the Koran, and the last Hadith that we will do,

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the last time that they will do one day obey said one day, I was standing behind the profits a little lahardee who was sent them and

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it was the hope of Juma

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So he gave the hotbird then he recited

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surah Bara,

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the nine pseudo in the Quran, and next time you were standing, fallen and fallen,

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and one of them poked me in the Salah and said to me, obey, when was the sort of reveal because I've never heard it until now. So, I said to him Be quiet, this is obey, telling the other guy Be quiet. And when the Salah finished, He then asked me again and obey said also and so your whole Sylar has gone because you have spoken during it. So this must be somebody who didn't know the the you know etiquettes of solder. And so he went and complained How dare he say masala is gone. And the profitsystem says they have spoken the truth that you're not supposed to speak in the slot. So, the point being that even the Sahaba they knew the knowledge of obey even club and so much so while the

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Prophet system is reciting somebody pokes obeyed, and says hey, when did the suitor come down? I never heard this first time I'm hearing this right and so obey the law one got angrier so just be quiet Not now. And then the story happened that story so here we have a number of edits we recited to summarize obeya been cab we don't have much information just two and a half pages I have about over 11 cab but he was a car or home Nikita Bella The one who knew the Quran the most. And he was the one whom the prophet SAW sent him multiple times talked about the blessings of the Koran, and he was the only one whom Allah mentioned by name from above the seven heavens and said to the prophets

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SM recite the Quran to obey even cab no other Sahabi has that blessing. So we should remember and know his name. Rob the Allahu Allah Allahu Akbar, and inshallah with it we can include for today's halaqaat. And we'll continue next week and Show Lo Tyler. Any quick questions? Don't think so? Yeah, go ahead.

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Is it allowed to mix and match between the karats? And the majority of scholars say no, because it will confuse the masses. And so this is a valid opinion. The only time you can mix between the cutoff art is when you are a specialist reciting to a specialist. What up the last segment, shall we may Allah have mercy on them used to do?

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It has been discouraged by many of our

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rula because it does confuse the masses. If you haven't memorized the suit, or even if you have and you hear I'm good I'm also doing seven different, you know, ways like he does this, we'll call that he turned up we'll call that heat luck. We'll call it a law. Like he keeps on going. There's so many different times okay? If you don't know even you forget, is it heater heater heater? What is it for? So if you hear so many of them, you get confused. So the more stricter scholars of karate they say you should not be done unless in advance gatherings of students of knowledge and coura and whatnot. But it sounds very nice when the Boston does it. So we enjoy it when he doesn't. And it's not how

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long to do that. But it's not wise to do that either allies or generals does good.

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Not in the one that we have obviously not. That's the whole point.

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The evolution of versus

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the provision of drinking is it's not it's not one so men so

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there was going to quote you but we didn't have time. Well they recited

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and this is the most famous abrogated verse. If the son of Adam had a value of gold,

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he would have wanted to and if you had to he 1123 and nothing shall fill his stomach except to it all except dust. Way too low element tab and Allah will repent upon the one who repents. This used to be an eye of the Koran. Now it is a headache and it is a headache and it is heading for wisdom we don't understand it is now not a part of the Quran but all they would recite it as a part of the Quran. And it was came down initially as a part of the Koran. Okay, but these are some so these are some of the advanced things you should know about them because I'd rather you hear it from me then some Orientals come in and put you some weird ideas like why never heard this before? Well, no. This

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is something well known obey knew this Romer knew this earth man. All the Sahaba knew this. And they didn't have it when we get to his daughter Gemma. his biography we will see is a hobbit heard on for the very last time in the last Ramadan. And that's why he was chosen that Sade knew which ayat were abrogated,

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because aid was present when the process and recited the Quran for the last time for Jubilee.

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He then passed away, three, four months after that. So that is why his aid was chosen even to he was younger than obey, by the way was not chosen, because they it was there in that gathering, and obey was not there. And that's why obey would recite, and that's what Omar said, I know you heard from the Prophet says he said this in the Hadith. I know you heard it from him. But after this Allah's decree came and repealed it, and that's why he would disagree politely with obey. But then at the time of earthman, it became law that these

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abrogated verses are no longer. Shall we pause there and continue next week.