Yasir Qadhi – Lives Of The Sahaba 50 – Abdullah Ibn Abbas – PT 03

Yasir Qadhi
AI: Summary © The interviewer discusses the influence of the Prophet system on hedgerow and the importance of the numbers of the Prophet system in shaping behavior and communication. The conversation touches on the largest and most famous collection of Hadith's work, including a graph of Hadith's bus and famous narrators. The importance of long term planning and studying hard to achieve success is emphasized, along with the use of words like "has" and "has" to describe situations and the importance of finding one's own happiness. The transcript concludes with a brief advertisement for a book on Islam.
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smilla al hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah who Allah Allah He was a busy woman with a hammer back. So now today inshallah tada We will begin with the biography of Abdullah had been abuzz about the Allahu taala I knew we will jump right in, I was alive and I bustle de la one. We already mentioned the story of Ibis already mentioned from the eyelid debate, he was born, when the Prophet salallahu it he was sent them was suffering the boycott. So the Prophet solo said it was not living in Mecca, he was living in the sharp in the valleys of the bunny, Hashem the benevolent will live outside the city of Mecca. And it is said that when he was born, I busted out the law one wrapped

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him up in a blanket and took him outside the city to show the Profit System, basically his cousin because I don't live in our buses, the process of his cousin. And this also shows us the fondness that Ibis had, and also that in reality, if he wasn't a secret Muslim, he was very sympathetic to Islam. As I mentioned last week, we already mentioned the story of her boss at this point, he's not a Muslim, but his sympathies are with Islam. And His love is for the Prophet system, not just a natural but a religious love as well. And so he brought Abdullah bin Ibis to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet says and made do out for him, the first of many to us. So he made dua,

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essentially the day he was born, or the day after he was born. And he said that made this child be a blessing for you. And the Prophet sallallahu. I just sent him then did Nick have even a bus? What is the Nick? Who can remind me? What is the Nick?

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So you take some date, what do you do with it? you chew it, and then you put it inside of the mouth of the baby. And you and you basically feed the baby that date. Now, there was one problem about the technique at this stage, what might that be?

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no timer Exactly. Know that. Why is there no tumble, the boycott, they don't have any food. They don't have any food. And so the Profit System did technique only with his saliva. And it is said this is the only person whom the process and made the technique just with his saliva into the mouth of an Ibis, so clearly there's going to come back and out from the mouth of infinite bus. Because we believe in the process of is Baraka. We believe that the Prophet systems body and all that comes from him and his saliva and his hair has Baraka so there's no question that now that this saliva has entered into the mouth have they been Avast that there will be Baraka coming from the mouth of an

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Ibis, which is obviously exactly what has happened. And many years later. So remember if an Ibis is born in bucha, and he remains in Makkah, until the eighth year of the hedgerow, when his father abus decides to migrate, remember, and when he is migrating, he meets the process along the way to the conquest. So they don't actually go to Medina at this point in time, even at boss when he quoted the verse in the Quran Surah Nisa, verse 98. Certain this at verse 98, which obligates hedgerow on all of the Muslims It was wajib. To make digital for the people of MCC, they were not allowed to remain in Mecca, then a law makes an exception in lol mustafina mean originally when they say will will

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then allatheena law is still clear on a haledon while if they're doing a servita for lack as a law when you're a foreigner. So Allah says everybody must make hegira except those who are genuinely weak and incapacitated from amongst the men and the women and the children. Perhaps these people Allah will forgive if an Ibis recited this first one he was much much much older. And he said, I am from this ayah My mother was from the Mossad, a fan of the Nisa, and I was some of the muscle that I feel have the wisdom. Okay, so I am from this ayah I am from this exception. What does this show? This shows that Eben Abbas was raised as a Muslim by his mother, even when his father was not a

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Muslim. He had been a boss was raised as a Muslim by his mother, whenever we said yesterday or last Wednesday, we said that

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the mother of our boss or the Allahu taala, I'm sorry, the mother, even our boss, the wife of our boss was a Muslim woman father, she had embraced Islam from the very beginning. We said she was the second female convert after her digital de la Juana. So even Abbas was raised a Muslim, and he says, I couldn't make the hijab because I was a kid. It's not my fault. And Allah says inland Masada. I've been my mother was

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I was told, I was I was told that we could not make a hedgerow. So the Prophet says I'm sorry if an Ibis did not see the Prophet system, essentially for the next eight years. What is he going to see him? There's no context. So if an Ibis grows up and there's no memories you would have had from Makkah, because he was probably two years old maximum three years old, when the processor made hedger. So if an advice has not interacted with the processor at all, because era, he became the greatest not one of the greatest, the greatest alum of his time, no one competed with him in a bus when it came to each and every science of Islam. And he was one of the first polymaths he was a

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scholar of Tafseer, the scholar of Hadith, the scholar of faith, the scholar of everything of language of poetry, in Ibis became the greatest alum of the era of the late Sahaba because he was a young Sahabi so he lived past the major Sahaba when all the major Sahaba passed away, he was still alive for another 30 years, he became the greatest alum of that generation, and that's why he is called haberle oma, as we said, two three weeks ago, that is the title of our bus, haberle, oma, and however, it was typically used to indicate rabbi, and it's also used to indicate an academic scholar. So hepatoma is the scholar of the oma and he's also called Terrell germana or on or the

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interpreter of the Quran. Also, Eben Abbas is amongst the five most copious narrators of Hadeeth. Okay, so there are five great narrators of ready to have narrated the bulk of our tradition. These are the giants of narrating Hadith who is number one out of all of them Everybody, please tell me you know this. Well, hold on a second. We'll look that up. 100 I quiz my students all the time. I shouldn't I should cut back because it's sometimes not very positive. Um, did it anyway. hamdulillah all of you guys are good, humble. Just kidding with you guys. So the greatest is who? Buhari rhodiola one I don't expect you to know the rest of them in order but guess who would be amongst the

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five? Definitely Ayesha is amongst the five in fact she is number two. So definitely Ayesha is there as well who else would be amongst this five so we have two of them. We already mentioned that even our buses there so we have two left Mashallah smart. We have two left, who is their job ID and unassuming symbolic and non symbolic. Sorry and Eben Romana jabot is number six sorry, Omar Abdullah bin Omar Abdullah bin Ibis. They are both of the greatest of the narrator's so we have Abu hurayrah Isha Abdullah ibn Omar Abdullah, even Ibis and nsmt Malik. Okay, these five are the most copious are the most frequent narrators of Hadeeth. Now, two more, and that is Java Dev. Now, Abdullah and I

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will say the history and you have the seven Sahaba, who narrated more than 1000 Hadith only the seven they narrated more than 1000 Hadith, even Ibis narrated around 1660 Hadeeth. Okay, so you've been Ibis narrated 1660. Heidi from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Now, the majority of these heddy he did not hear himself, because he was only two years with the Prophet system. So he was huzi narrating from them.

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The rest of the Sahaba, including his father.

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And he doesn't mention many times who he heard it from sometimes he does, why? Because we don't care who he heard it from the Sahaba are all righteous and authentic. So we don't care if you heard it from our issue or if you heard it from job, but if you heard it from us if it doesn't matter to us. So happy narrates even if he didn't hear from the process of directly, that missing link is irrelevant to us. Every other missing link is extremely relevant. But a Sahabi narrating from another Sahabi from the process of them whether he mentioned the middle Sahabi or not, it doesn't really matter, because all of the Sahaba doesn't matter what so what if he did? Or if he didn't? Is

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the authenticity of the editor going to change? No. So we don't care who the middle people are. Also, even Ibis narrated that to his students that he saw gibreel twice. So I mentioned one of these narrations as well, he saw God twice. So he told his students this as well, that he was of the few people who was blessed or fortunate to see God. However, obviously, when he saw Julian Julian was not in his original form, because we know only the Prophet system saw God in His original form. And we have a few narrations. Not that many that show us some of the relationships of the Prophet system with his young cousin with his young cousin 50 years who's Junior even abis. Right. So Abdullah bin

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Ibis is a first cousin, but there is a massive age gap. We're almost 50 years age gap between the two

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And one of the beautiful narrations we have. I was little bit lazy. Instead of translating, I just brought the books with me. But at the same time I also wanted to show you some of the books and also to demonstrate as well that as you all know, I am going back to the original sources and getting some of these information I don't just call you know, copy and paste from tertiary books. So this is one of the most famous books of Hadith it is more geometrically beautiful Pavani Actually, this is the second largest collection of Hadith after what's the largest collection, was the largest collection, the largest collection, definitely not the most, no the largest, the largest,

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the largest, the most copious

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poverty that I've seen, most of the environment has around 40,000 was the environment that's the largest Muslim Imam Muhammad, I bring it almost every few weeks I bring the Muslim Imam Muhammad. And I said it's been printed in 50 volumes. The second largest or some would say the third place within that region is this book and more generally could be the authority. Authority is the last of the great what they think the last of the great marketing of that era. And he wrote many books his largest is an origin and Caribbean and in it we have a very beautiful narration that we're going to use to talk about our bus and the Profit System. So we have over here Alrighty, even Abdullah bin

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Ibis narrated from his father Abdullah bin Ibis from his father Ibis with a beautiful chain. Father, Son, great grandson. All three are narrating okay. So it is narrating from Abdullah from his father above so all three are there in this chain. That Ibis sent the Ibis sent Eben Abbas his son to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and said to him that go to the prophets of the law of war. I sell them and spend the night with him and monitor his slider.

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So what's happening here? A bass is sending the little boy

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Abdullah, the little boy to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and said go pray with him and then spend the night with him. And tell me how he prays salata tahajjud What a beautiful Howdy. Now why can this little boy go to the household of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who will remember?

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Who very good Mashallah, this is correct. Alhamdulillah maimunah is

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Abdullah bin ibises who and Hala maimunah is the haisla of Abdullah bin Ibis. So this is his own and he's just a little kid like 11 years old so he's not valid yet he's not even if you weren't me This is odd but I'm saying he's just a child at this time. And my boss knows that the process of would not mind if I've done that I've been Ibis you know, spends the night with his father. And so Abdullah bin Abbas goes to the process of them praise Isha with him. And he waits until the process and finishes his holla everybody has left the masjid except the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he passes by and he sees a finger in the dark he says Who is this ability and Ibis said it is

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Abdullah a been a bus farmer What is the matter? What is going on? So the living Ibis says an Ibis ordered me to spend the night with you. So the child is giving the gun My dad said after spend the night with you. Okay, so the president said Come with me then. And when he came, he said to my Mona

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put the bed for even advice. So in this narration, we don't study this. In another narration, we learn that maimunah and the processes slept on one angle. The room was so small, they don't have like, you know, multiple chambers or whatnot. And then I bust slept on the other angle at their feet. Okay, so they're sleeping here, and he's sleeping there. And that's all they have. There's no multiple rooms. There's no three story houses, Mashallah like us and seven bedrooms, nothing like that. It's one room call us. And so if Abdullah bin ambus is going to spend the night he has to sleep in the very chambers of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and there's no space even to sleep,

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this side or that side, he has to go to the feet. And so he sleeps this way, and they are sleeping in this way. We learned this from another Hadith over here. So we get back here. And

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Abdullah bin Abbas said, and abus had told me Do not go to sleep, until you monitor his Salah.

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So the child is now fighting sleeps upon Allah to monitor the Sunnah of the prophet SAW Selim. And so the Prophet system lie down and he went to sleep until I could hear his heavy breathing of the sleep, you know, the there's just when you're sleeping, that is the deep breathing that is happening. And then after a while, he's he came up, he sat up, and he raised his hand

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To the heavens, and he said Suppan and medical could do supine and medical produce supine and Medicaid produce. And then he recited in a few helpers summer what he will already What a lovely lady when the Hardy, the IRT Lu l Bob, Alina Corona, la cuyamaca Rue du Bois de Genova him. We're here to affect Corona for you Hello, this summer what he was out a lot. Mahabharata had about 11, super Hanukkah felina either now Subhana Allah. Even Ibis is the one who preserves for us

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what the prophet system would do in the middle of the night. If this hadn't happened, we wouldn't know. This is a lost preservation of his religion, that the child is fighting his sleep. And because he fought to sleep, all of us benefit. The father is so eager that he sends his son to go monitor his own nephews, habits at night, this type of eagerness has preserved the religion for us, this type of enthusiasm and zeal has benefited us. Then he stood up and use the sea walk, and did will do. And then he entered his price place of Salah, and he prayed to prayers. They weren't short, but they weren't long, middle quantity. Then he went back to sleep, and I could hear his heavy

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breathing. Then after a while, he stood up again. And he did the exact same thing as he did the first time. And he prayed to record not too short, not too long. And then he went back to sleep again. So pause here. So sometimes the processor would pray continuously for an hour or two hours. And sometimes whenever he woke up, he would pray, then go back to sleep, whichever one suited him. So in this day, this evening, he just prayed and then he went back to sleep, prayed and then went back to sleep. Then at the end, he did one record with it. So he did this a few times. Then he did one record with it. And then I heard him say this drop aloha modality bizarrely neuro which is the

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summary neuro watch Alfie listen the neural neuro one Yamini neuron one Shimada neuron virtualmin. Emami neuron healthy neuron and focali neuro, the neuro watch I Leonel cavity neuro ultimately neuro. We have done this headed for those of you who attend the classes after the the Asia saga, this is the door for New York or LA put note in my hearing and seeing Am I right and left my in front of me behind me on top of me and beneath me, Oh Allah give me light on the day of judgment of Allah perfect my light for me. So this hadith is a beautiful Hadith that demonstrates that alabaster, the Allahu taala. And even as a young child was eager to benefit from the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and Subhanallah what a 12 year old will be able to be so eager for knowledge that he will fight sleep in order to memorize what the processor is doing. Think about it. Forget 12 us at our age, how much could we do? Okay, so we see from now who this person is going to become if he can do this at this age, what's he going to do when he is a man? We also learned from Sahih Muslim, that this wasn't the only time that Ibis spent the night with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he reports this is a Muslim, that one day I came to the Prophet of the law, why do you send them at the end of the night meaning after Asia, and then I prayed 200 with him. And I

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prayed behind him. So I stood behind him to pray. But he held on to my hand when he saw me and he pulled me next to him. He pulled me forward. And then he began to pray. When he began to pray, I took a few steps back kind of disobeying. I took then I hate I took I went back. When the process of finished he said What is the matter with you? I pulled you up, and you still go back.

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I made you come next to me and you still go back in a bus is 12 years old. What does he say? He rasulillah is it appropriate that anybody stands next to you and you are Rasulullah

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12 year old kid. Think about that. Right? How can I stand next to you? And you are Rasulullah doesn't have to stand a little bit behind you. Okay, and my answer pleased him and he prayed to Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah Allah, Allah my limb hood, we will factor houfy Dean This is the famous phrase of an Ibis is known for the process of said this there are at least three four times over Allah teach him understanding of the dean.

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Dean fic doesn't just mean knowledge of laws. Fifth here means what? understanding and comprehension of the unfamiliar within why limb hood will

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teach him how to interpret the Quran. Okay, so this was a common draw that, as far as I know was only combined for him and I bust multiple times, multiple times. And when he finished the process, some said so even I busted when he finished the 100 he went to sleep until I could hear his heavy breathing. And then bilad came to him and said jasola la sala, this was how the lad will wake him up for certain fudger he would go to the door, and he would say Yara, Sula, la sala, then he would go and give the other, okay, so he would first essentially ask permission or tell the processor or wake him up from behind the curtain. In this time, even our boss was behind the curtain because it's the

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house of maimunah. So he would say Yasuda, Asada, and then

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he would go and give the event. So even our boss is saying that Bilaal came and woke the profits a little I set him up, and then he stood up to pray, and did not repeat his will do when he prayed fetcher. Okay, this hadith is as a Muslim. Now, this hadith is one of the main Hadith used by pretty much all of them, when they're trying to explain their different positions about will do and sleep. Okay, believe it or not, there's like nine opinions about this issue. I'm not exaggerating, literally, actually, if I'm not mistaken, there's more than nine. But I mean, I know there's definitely nine opinions about this issue. In other words, even the former that have each one has

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multiple DUIs within them, okay, we're not going to go over all of them. I think we covered this in our Chicago do class many, many years ago. But

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all of you should remember of course, from those days of nom de la

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Abu hanifa Rahim Allah, Allah basically said that if you fall asleep in a flat position lying down, then you will do is broken. Moloch said, If you fall asleep for a long sleep, then you will do is broken a short sleep, it is not broken, that somebody said a short sleep with your back to a wall and you're behind on the ground. Okay, so you have to be firmly planted, that's the word they use, by the way, not me, okay, you have to be firmly planted on the ground, then you will do is not broken. And the shaffir is said that as long as you're firmly planted, even if you sleep for a long time, then you will do is not broken. Essentially, all of them as I have agree that we'll do is not

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broken by the sleep. It is broken by the potential unconsciousness that will result in the breaking of wind that will result in the breaking of although, okay, you understand, sleep in and of itself does not break the will do according to all of the format that the issue is that obviously while one sleeps, one can break wind, and that will break the window. So to what level of sleep, will you qualify that level, that's where I'm at I have different and they've been Tamia said, Look, all of these default See, the headings don't come with essentially, when you are fairly certain that your sleep was whether it's because of the posture, whether it's because of it was just the light sleep,

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you know, just like you just literally just doze off and then you wake up. But you're even if you doze off for a little bit, and it was a light sleep. Generally speaking, these types of light sleep, the slightest motion or movement, it will wake up even taymiyah says it's not an issue of your posture, or the length or whatnot. It's an issue of common sense. If it was a deep sleep where you lost who you pretty much you have no clue what happened then you will do is broken. And if you feel that your sleep was not of that level, then you should continue in your although and in any way. That was just a side point. But it all over the mother had based on this headache as well because

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all redone their positions, because the Hadeeth is vague, doesn't say what so they all read in their positions, the humbly say he must have been sitting down and the childfree say this and each one says their own. And they ended it doesn't say any of that. And they've been telling me it says you're bringing in

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you know conditions that are not mentioned in the Hadith. In any case, back to even Ibis, if an Ibis

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would volunteer his services for the profits of the law while he was selling them and help him out do any prepare stuff for him help help them out in the house. And it is because of this and other reasons that the Prophet salallahu it who was setting them, paid special attention to him and made dua for him. In muslimah Mohammed it says that one day, the Prophet sallallahu I said it was in the house of my mother, my aunt ma Mona, so I prepared his will do container for him, so that he would have it at night. And my mother said O Messenger of Allah, my nephew even abass prepared this water for you. So the Prophet says and once again made for him that alarm perfectly within wildland winter

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wheat. And in another narration, it is it's he says that once the process of went to the restaurant

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And so I prepared his water for him when he came back. Okay, so essentially, you know you, you can imagine that the water container would have been a massive container and there's going to be a smaller container that you need to do your affairs with it. So a bus would basically get the smaller pots and make it ready and put it wherever would be the place where the process would wash his hands and do will do. So all of these even Ibis is narrating and the profits are made for him during these times in one of the most powerful narrations as well, we see and and this hadith is one of the most famous Hadith so famous that a mama No, we put it in his 40 Hadith. And these 40 Hadith are

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essentially the most famous hadith of Islam. And even Roger been humble. He wrote an entire booklet even Roger was famous for writing, like around 30 or 40 booklets on different Hadith each booklet is a different Hadith. So he chose some very amazing Hadith and he wrote booklets on them. So this is one of those edited wrote an entire treatise on and it is a famous Hadith we all are familiar with it and I'm just going to quote it to you from Muslim Imam Ahmed.

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From Muslim Imam at the mosque of Abdullah bin Ibis.

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Abdullah bin Abbas narrated that one day I rode on the same mount as the prophets of the law while he was setting them on the same mount whether it was a camel whether it was a horse with his donkey, it's not mentioned that this Howdy, and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said to me, yo lamb in need while Lee mocha kalama

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Oh young boy. I'm going to teach you some wisdom some phrases some knowledge, I'm going to teach you some knowledge and this is of the most beautiful a hadith many many

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books have been written I give an entire article about this three four years ago as well on this very Hadith yeah for the law. Yeah, for

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Garda law a law will guard you protect a lot a lot will protect you. It follow the law her digit who to jack, guard a law protect a law and you will find a law in front of you. Either CELTA first alila if you ask, don't ask anybody except a law. Why the Santa fostering the law. If you ask any help, don't ask anybody except a law. Why? An ohmmeter lohja Tamar Wilder onion Federica vishay in and know that if the whole oma came to benefit you, Lion lamea and Federica vishay in illa pedagogia Hola Hola. They're not going to be able to benefit you, except with something Allah has already pre determined for you. And if they came to harm you, they will not harm you. Except if Allah has

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already predestined it for you. We'll figure it was fun to sort of the pens have been raised, and the ink has dried or the paper has dried. From what has been written reflected economics, which are further sort of this beautiful narration is one of the most famous narrations of Hadith. And many Hadith have been given, of course, many lectures have been given. Of course, it's so beautiful, because it talks about Morocco or thinking of a law, the concept of the sun, a belief in other tawakkol in a law, putting your complete your clean and dry upon the law. So many different parameters are in this hadith. And that's why it's such a popular idea. The point here, the Profit

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System is telling us directly Oh, young boy, I'm going to teach you some wisdom. And he taught him this beautiful Hadith. Even Kathy also narrates another interesting narration.

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Once Ibis and even Ibis visited the Prophet sallallahu Sallam they entered in upon him, but he did not turn around to greet them. And abus became perturbed and disturbed. And when he didn't respond the process and do not respond, they left. And my boss said to his son, didn't you see your cousin not paying any attention to us? Meaning What's the matter? Why isn't he responding? And even our boss said, but he had a visitor, he was speaking to him. That's why he didn't respond to us. Couldn't you see there was a guest, and he's ignoring us because of that. And I busted what you saw another person, I didn't see any other person. So the next day, my boss visited the processor and

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said, that we came yesterday. And you didn't seem to notice us. But then, my son had been Abba Abdullah said that he saw you with another person. Did you have a guest? And the process was said to Abdullah, did you see the guest? Did you see the visitor? And another barber said, Yes. So he said, that is Judy. So you saw God that is Jabri and eventually your eyesight will be taken away from you. So prediction based upon what has happened. Now, why is this the case Allah knows best what is the relationship, but the process of predicted that eventually your eyesight will be taken away from you? And towards the very end of even our buses life when he was in his 70s? He went blind which was

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common at that time, what is it glaucoma, whatever it is, it was common at that time. The cataracts or whatever

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It was a very common thing for that time for people to go like towards the end of their life. So the last two years or something have been even I bust his life. He did not have any sight. If an Ibis himself narrates how he began this path of knowledge. He says, when the Prophet sallallahu, I said and passed away, I said to one of the people of the unsought, one of his friends, one of his people, he would play with Todd Hello, man, let's go. Let's go ask the Sahaba.

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About knowledge for today. There are many of them, we have plenty of variety. But my saw had my friend, my companion said, You're a strange man, you've been our boss, you're a strange person, our beloved Ibis. Do you think anybody will need your knowledge by asking these questions? Meaning what's the point of asking what everybody knows about their great Sahaba alive? You're asking them information, they already know it. Why would you want to get that information? Why would you want to attain that knowledge? And all of these great giants are here? What's the purpose of studying? So if an Ibis said photography, I left him Hello, Steven. And aquapel to I turned to the Sahaba of the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and I began asking and studying. And it would happen, that sometimes I would hear that so and so heard a hadith. So I would go to his house, only to find him taking a nap or sleeping in the daytime. So it take my cloak, put it outside the ground, sit down outside his house, and the wind would blow in my face, the dust will come in my hair. And I would wait for him to come out. And I would ask him the question, and he would say to me, you have a middle schooler, oh, cousin of the profit center. What are you doing here? And he'd been advised to say, came to ask you a question. And he would say, but you should have sent somebody I will come to

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you. meaning you're the cousin of the process of I will come to you. And if an Ibis would respond, no, it is more appropriate that I come to you. And then I would ask you about that Hadith. Time went on. Until one day that companion of mine saw me, and I was surrounded by all of those students. So now he's an older man. Okay. And his saw him of the unsought. He saw him and his companion said, Surely that young boy was smarter than I was.

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Okay, he did what invested in his time, and now, he it paid off for him in this world. And the next one, of course, is obvious. We see here the benefits of long term planning. It's obvious. I mean, that's why we study so hard, you know, when we're in our 20s, or, you know, we're supposed to study hard, you know, going to college and high school and whatnot. So that insha Allah Tada, we then have a career, we can have an education we then our boss is doing, he's studying hard. So that then pays off in this world and the next and what better way to study then in the religion of Islam, it also shows us an eagerness for knowledge, that Subhanallah there's a thirst an unquestionable just a

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desire to study to ask every intricacy and some handler, not everybody who goes to study Islam has a thirst for studying Islam, I can tell you this, from my own experiences, 10 years in the seminary system that I was in, the majority of people have suffered a lot, but that may not come for the right reasons. And they're just coming for superficial reasons or whatever. They don't have a thirst, just an insanely created desire to just absorb everything. It's those students who shine. asked for the one who just barely eats out gets to see on the exam just passes. They become nobodies, there's nothing is nothing, nothing happens to them. It's the people that are following

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the footsteps of within a bus and that earnest desire. It's a gift from Allah. You cannot put it into a child's head. You cannot force it into a teenager or a young man. It's a gift from a law that if an Ibis had it, and he wanted to ask and ask and ask and ask, and he's never satisfied, always studying, you cannot create somebody that allows origin, gifts it, this also shows us the respect that one should have for knowledge, and studying and teachers and the people have knowledge, despite the fact that even our boss is Alan Bates. And so an older Sahabi says, Why are you coming to me, I'll come to you, you're younger, doesn't matter. You're either the bait, you're the cousin. And

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this also surges By the way, the respect of other debaters who two way street right in advance is respecting his teachers, his teachers are respecting our debate.

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And this is how the early Sahaba were. So even our boss is respecting his teachers. And when you show respect to those who deserve it, Allah azza wa jal will create people who will then show you respect when you deserve it.

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When you give respect when it is due, it will be given to you when it is due. So when Abdullah bin abass, humble himself for knowledge

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Allah xojo raised him up so that everybody humble themselves at his feet. This is as the Arabic saying goes, come out to the you know to them as you do unto others it will be done unto you. This also shows us the difficulties of studying, it's not easy to study any subject. And all of you are Mashallah educated doctors, engineers, whatever, it's not easy to study. And Islamic sciences will lie, they are even more difficult for multiple reasons, multiple reasons of them is the complexity, you don't have the luxury of just taking one field, you have to master all the disciplines of Islam from narrow to after you that you have to do everything, at least at some level, and have them and

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many reasons for this over them is the the weightiness of the of the knowledge itself. And it's not easy here we have been above spending decades doing this. And of course, of the benefits of this very beautiful narration, the impediments of studying need to be gotten rid of

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his friend was telling him don't study been I busted, I left him.

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That's what you have to do.

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You cannot allow negative influences to influence you negatively, when there are people that are pulling you back, are the people that are preventing you.

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You just you have to do just cut off and move on. That's what I've been busted for. After I left him, I can't be bothered by somebody who's not going to help me and good.

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And that is a very brave thing for a teenager because well How old was he 14 years old, when the processing passes away at the age of 14, and he wants to go and sit outside the houses of the Sahaba he does not want to go play. He does not want to go do other things that 14 year olds do. He wants to sit outside the house of the Sahaba to gain knowledge. He also said all of this was when he's much older now. And he's benefiting his students from his own teaching and his own method. He also said it was not uncommon that I would ask the same question to 30 of the Sahaba to get different answers 30 Sahaba asking the same question Why?

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Because everybody has a different benefit and wisdom.

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And, and I speak from experience as well and every student of knowledge speaks from experience. Even though you think you might have done research. When you go to the specialist and the experts, they will point out things you did not know. And the more experts you go to the more your horizon broadens during the time of Ramadan hottub as the halifa of course, this is one event I bust now essentially becomes a young man. So when Omar becomes a halifa, he's 16 years old, or Muslim for 10 years from 16 to 26. Now he comes of age, he becomes a full fledged young man.

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Omar Abdullah rhodiola, one had a hos Shura Council. He had an inner circle that they would meet every so often composed of the people of the senior Sahaba. He would invite Eben Abbas to that Council.

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Once one of the people on the council objected. And they said yeah, I mean, how come you invite this young lad? And we have sons even older than him, you don't invite them?

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How come? Our children are not invited and even our boss is invited. And at that point, Omar said right now he said why quote you Don't you know who he is? Meaning he is the cousin of the prophecy?

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Don't you know who is not like any other one of your sons? He is the cousin of the Prophet says no. Then Abdullah said I got a call one day meaning a messenger came that a middle moment is calling you for a council. And I thought that he wants to show the others why I'm in the gathering. special thing happening right? So he comes to the council and aroma rhodiola one set recites Sugata Nasir Elijah and Astroboy who are fighting this is Nathan Bahar is famous.

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And also like a photographer at NASA. He had to hold on if he didn't let her forger for setback the handle up because cell phones are almost set to the Sahaba. What is it the seed of this is? What is it the seed of the surah? Some Sahaba were silent. Others said Allah is saying that when Allah blesses you with victory, you should thank Allah.

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Rama turned to a bus and said and what do you say oh young boy.

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And even Abba said I don't agree with this.

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So Omar said What is your interpretation?

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Even ABA says this sutra was meant to inform the prophets of the law while he was setting them that he's about to die.

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The surah Allah azza wa jal is telling him that your time your agile is over, it's about to finish up. And so when the Nasir of a lot and the conquest of Makkah will take place. When the victory comes with people embracing Islam, then be prepared to meet a law and

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Increase your test B and increase your is too far before you leave this world.

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And Bob said, and this is exactly what I as well know of this surah then he turned to the others and he said, So will you now criticize me for bringing bringing this young man who was able to respond, even though his hair is still completely black?

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Meaning still young, none of you are all of your old, he is the youngest. Now you're going to stop criticizing me for bringing him and not your own sons when even you could not answer these questions. So here we noticed that even Ibis already is showing his speciality and his speciality is to see his speciality is to see it. And it is also narrated that whenever Omar faced a very difficult judgment, although he would call upon Ibn Abbas to give him advice about that judgment, and it is not known that or muddled the law one called anybody else when he was in a difficult judgment situation, other than our beloved cannabis, despite the fact once again the age difference

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is around 40 years. So again, if an Ibis is being given a very prestigious position for the difficult cases,

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or whatever Komodo hotpot and he is who he is, in his fifth in his in, he would call him and asked for his Matura to give him advice about these difficult cases. And the time of earthman event I found.

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Not much is narrated, that I could find about the living Ibis, but we do what we do know is that in the 35th, year of the digital

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when Earth monument I found was the beginnings of the fitna began, and he was trapped in his house. So he sent Abdullah of an Ibis as the leader of the hedge judge. This is a very prestigious position. And you are essentially the temporary governor of the Hajaj imagine the Minister of hedge affairs, let's say you have to manage all of the Hajaj coming in from across the Muslim world. It was a position every year is given to somebody. So the final year of recommendation I found it was given to have the law, even Ibis. And everybody who participated in that hedge praised the fit and the wisdom of it been abuzz. In fact, it was so happened, that if you remember, the our mothers, the

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mothers of the believers, they participate in hajj after a long time that year, and they participated under a bus. And they remarked that none of that none of the previous judge had followed the process of as exactly as if an Ibis had done following him exactly what he did if an Ibis would do, and he gave the hodza in artifact, and it was at the seed of sudo to node that was his horrible sort of pseudo to note, and the people who attended there was a famous phrase that is mentioned in so many books of Oran antipseudomonal Quran. The people who attended they said that if the Turks and the Persians and the Dolomites, the Dolomites, would like people in the Caucasians,

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the if they had attended, they would have all accepted Islam, listening to the wisdom of Eben Abbas. So he gave a beautiful hotel that was so profound and moving, that the people said if non Muslims had attended, they would have all embraced Islam. And during the time of it, the Allahu taala on, Ali asked even Abbas to become the governor of dimished, of Damascus. But if an Ibis politely refused and said, No, leave it in the hands of muawiya. It seems a bit abus understood that if he went, he would be in trouble. The people of Damascus already loved. While we have never seen him, because he had been placed there since the time of who remembers or whatever. He had been there for

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20 years now. And so or 18 years, and so it is as if I best understood there's going to be a problem. If I go, don't send me there. So Ali, then sent him to Basra. And so that was the only official governorship that he had for two and a half years that he was the governor of basa for a short period of time is the only political office he held. And then after this, he didn't hold a single political office. He as we're going to mention now. So he became the governor of Basra and the people of other provinces began to feel jealous of the people of bussola because they had such a great leader and a great governor and basa hardly gave any problems. The problems came from Kufa and

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from Damascus Buster did not really give any problems. That was where he'd been abus was the governor and he'd been a boss was the governor of Basra when

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the law when it came to bussola before the Battle of Safin, and he was on the side of it in the Battle of Safin. So he did participate in the Battle of Safin because he was the governor of it and everybody

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When the hotter died split away, you remember the hotter dices split away. We talked about this when the hotter died split away from the group of little the loved one. He was the one who

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told Ali rhodiola, one that allow me to go and debate with them. From bussola they had camped at a place called How to Draw outside a bus where they kept at a place. And it'd been a bus being the governor and being the cousin of the prophet SAW Salem. He said, let me go debate with them. And this debate is one of the most earliest, one of the most famous one of the most profound debates of early Islam. Much commentary has been given about it once said, we're gonna go to one of our source books sunon Albay healthy, which is also one of the classical books of early Islam, and

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very healthy in his sermon, he mentions the story in quite a lot of detail. We're not going to mention every single phrase of it. But to quickly summarize what happened, so when the * re they were called the Sahaba did not call them How old is the Sahaba called them Hallelujah, because they had camped out how to rot. So they call them the how to read when the How to Rhea left the camp of it. They were 6000 strong. So this is an Ibis, saying, I went to Alberto de la one and I said, Oh Amira, meaning our bit on what meaning allow me to go and speak with them. A little de la Juan said in near half Arctic, I'm scared. They might harm you. I'm scared, they might harm you. And even

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Akbar said, No, they will not harm me. They will not harm me. So I was given permission. So I then wore my best clothes that I possessed. And I wore a Yemeni cloak. And I want to them when they had gathered in their houses for the afternoon nap. Meaning he went at a time where there was minimal activity. It was the custom of the Arabs to have a Lula. Lula after the hood. Or some said before the hotel essentially, when the sun is hot, they're gonna take a rest nap in a bus and to their camp at that time. Nobody's gonna fight when the sun is that hot. No one's gonna do anything at that time. So again, this is where the Philip had been Ibis. So he entered in upon them and said, Sorry,

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is the first person and I said Salaam to them. And they said marhaba and Becca abass. had been at buses, Kenya was Abdullah bus as well, because his son was a bus, a bus, even Abdullah Ibn Abbas. So his eldest was an OB bus. So his kunia is about ABA. So a lot of our buses here, but anyway, you get the point might have been about a bus. One of them said, what type of fine garments are you wearing? How can you wear these clothes? So even Abbas said, How can you criticize me? When I saw the Prophet system? Were something better than this? And how can you criticize me? When Allah says in the Quran, pohlmann Hara Rama, Xena it's a law that he allegedly reverted, whether you're whether how who has

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forbidden? Allah is saying in the Quran, who has forbidden the beautiful clothes that I have created for my servants, and who has forbidden the good food that I have given them who can make it haram Allah is saying so even Abbas is already showing them you have no knowledge you're just a bunch of overzealous fanatics and will lie we still have these holidays to this day, a bunch of ignoramus, overzealous fanatics, they just again, we we deal with them, I deal with them all the time on Facebook and whatnot, these people are all this is their version of Islam. So it's nothing new. So even our boss says the process of the Quran very clear. So one of them said, Why have you come to

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us? So he said, I came to you from the Sahaba of the Prophet sallallahu it he was sending them from the Mahajan rune and from the answer. In other words, I'm coming to you from the camp of knowledge from the camp of the Sahaba. And I want to ask you, why you are doing what you are doing? Do you not realize that the people you are fighting? Are those who witness the revelation of the Quran? They accompany the prophets of Allah, Who are they who was sending them? They were with him? In other words, who are you? And who are they? Who exactly are you? And who exactly are they? And they've been a boss said that they are more knowledgeable of the Quran than you. And in fact, there is not a

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single person amongst you who even saw the Prophet system, much less saw the Koran come down. So even my boss first uses what is called the term for this in logic is argument from authority, which is a valid argument when there is genuine authority from one side and no authority from the other. In other words,

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If you're not a mathematician, who exactly are you to derive mathematical principles? If you're not a doctor, don't criticize what doctors are doing. Who exactly are you? There is a valid point to be made here. Okay, so even my boss is saying, I have come to you from the wide Union, the unsought, those who fought with the processes, they saw the Quran being revealed, who better to understand than them than them, and who exactly are you? Where did you get your knowledge from? Did you see that? Not one of the 6000 was to happen, think about that. Not one of them had seen the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So

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so they said one of them said, Don't argue with him, for he is from the Quran. And Allah has criticized the Quran in the Quran by saying Balham comun ha Simone. They are a group that always argue Subhanallah what utter foolishness? What utter foolishness? Who else is from the crush? The prophet SAW Selim, this ayah came down upon the likes of ombre blouse.

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Sorry, I lost a bit one on Russell, his father had been Khalid Abu Jahan. And Allah says to them, they're just arguing without any knowledge. And one of the signs of the Hawaii outage, they take verses that were meant for the pagans, and they applied them for the Muslims. So they took this verse that was meant for the likes of Abu jihad, and they applied it for the likes of cannabis. How otter foolish, others said that, what is the problem? Let him speak. Let him Let us hear what he has to say. And so they eventually agreed to speaking with him. So it'd been a boss said, What do you criticize? the cousin of the professor said, I might even have a thought for what do you criticize

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his son in law? For? What do you criticize all of the Mahajan and also for what is your argument? So they said, We have three things. We have three arguments, three criticisms. Number one, they said that they took the judgment of men instead of the judgment of a law. And a law says in an entirely law, judgment only belongs to a law.

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And men should have no say in judgment. You've been busted. Okay, this is one What is the next one? So the second one, they said, when I little the Allahu anhu fought, he did not take honeymoon. Remember, they were in the army of ID. Remember, they were in the army of God. He did not take aneema he did not distribute the spoils of war. He did not follow the rules that we're all accustomed to. So if the people he fought work with far, why didn't we get there? aneema. And if the people we fought were Muslims, then we weren't able to fight them in the first place. You get the point to either this or that. Okay, so even I busted. Okay, this is number two, what is number

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three? So they said number three, was that when he was in that debate with when the they had agreed to a debate while he is representative, and he's representative,

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Ali rhodiola, one agreed to step down from the title of ameerul, meaning

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he stepped down from this title and he didn't claim a middle minion. So if he's not meaning, then he must be a Moodle caffeine.

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See this type of mentality?

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I swear we still have it to this day, this black and white mentality, okay. And again, I have unfortunately plenty of experience because I have to deal with these people online all the time. It is unbelievable, but there's still these overzealous fanatical youth out there. They literally view the world in this extreme black and white. And you're either with us or you're a catheter. This is what they're saying to you either. I mean, I'm winning or middle caffeine. There's nothing in the middle. So even I bastard, do you have anything other than these? They said no, this is one of these three.

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Then Abbas said, and I saw them looking around them. And, and he describes I'm going to summarize there's a very long thing that they seem to have outward markings of piety.

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They were deep marks of such as the under forehead.

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They were the hear the buzzing of bees like reciting the Koran. Like there's Koran being recited everywhere. And you can hear the buzzing of bees in the camp, meaningless reciting Koran, right? They were wearing the coarsest of garments, they're not interested in Indonesia. So outwardly, they have these elements that seem to be pious, and inwardly they are the most bloodthirsty fashion

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Radical crazy people on the face of this earth. Does that ring a bell in our times? Okay?

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You look at them and you listen to three minutes like okay, that actually makes sense. Okay, that's strong. Imagine this and that, then you see what they do. And you're like, this is not Islam

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does exactly early harddrives. Exactly. Even a boss is impressed at their outward piety. Can you imagine? It'd been a boss is impressed out their outward piety. But of course, that outward piety is only a veneer inside of it is nothing an empty show hollow, nothing. So it'd been a bastard if I explained to you these three points, will you be satisfied? Yes. Will you come back? Yes, we will come back. Okay. And then he goes one after the other. I'm going to summarize this. So their first point they said that judgment belongs to Allah subhana wa Tada. And this verse is a very deep and profound verse. And really, all of the jihadist movements have used this verse as one of their main

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verses against the rest of the oma in Iraq, Mo Illallah. Ironically, they take the same verse of the Hata jets, we also believe in this verse, we also believe in it, but to take this verse and make blanket to feel excommunication of the majority of the oma, this is what the Hutterites did. And it's very obvious how they do. Okay, so this government is not applying to Shetty. So the government is covered. So the President is covered. So the Prime Minister is covered. So the ministers are tough, because they are judging by other than the law of Allah, then not just the ministers, the secretaries working for the minister is covered. Not just that the driver who's driving the minister

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is cafard. The cook who's cooking food for the minister is careful. Not just that, but now the people who are supplying the infrastructure are also covered. And who's supplying the infrastructure. Everybody, everybody in the entire, you know, world. And so everybody is accounted for, except for our little group.

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That's exactly what the early holidays did. And will lie This is exactly what ISIS does to this day exactly what it does to this day, if you are not on our methodology, automatically, you are a carefully highlighted dumb, we will kill you by any and every means possible. And this is the reality of this group, as it was of this group. So even our boss basically says, so here's the point. Judgment belongs to Allah. This does not mean that every fatwa will come directly from Allah. That's ridiculous. That's ridiculous. Men have to be intermediaries. Men have to take the Quran and Sunnah and extract what is the intent of the organization for this situation? Okay. And in fact,

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beautiful not here. I'm going to intelligence here. But

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the first harddrives before they left the law, the law one earlier they called them to the masjid and remember, they had raised the Quran and they said, We went to Quran to judge and the other side also went on to judge so when the Quran to judge so I you know, the lohana brought the Quran into the room

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in front of them. And he then shouted to the Quran, okay, Quran judge us.

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The response is silence. Allah says ARE ON JUDGE silence. Why aren't you judging? Then one of them said, Yeah, meter meaning the Quran is not going to speak back to you. And that's what I said, you fool. That's exactly what I'm trying to get across to you. The Quran is not going to speak to you about your particular situation. You need an animal move to all the judge you need a copy to read the Quran use HD had, right? No, the head is no the head Arab and then apply the fatwa based upon what alone His Messenger have said, That's not rejecting Allah hokum that is how you implement a locum. So essentially, it's been a bust prove them wrong in this manner. Because Allah says in the

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Quran, that when a man and a woman are having a dispute, their marriage is in trouble and whatnot. So Allah says, Let her choose an arbitrator. Let him choose an arbitrator and let the arbitrators decide, in advance said Oh, you fools Do you think that we need arbitrators to solve a marriage and we're not allowed arbitrators to solve the problems with the oma? Which is more important, because remember, at the end while we had arbitrators, right, and had been ABA said, if a loved one arbitrator for something as a personal marriage, how about something as great as the oma cat, we get arbitrators to solve the problems. So he refuted the first point. So they said, okay, we understand

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what's the second one. So what was the second point? What was their second who can remember you remember the three points.

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Nema does anyone so if an Ibis says that

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you wanted to take aneema

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When you fought the battle of the German Do you not realize you were fighting your mother?

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Who amongst you would have dared to take your mother as Kadima? Have you lost comprehension? And as for your claim that if we fight them, they are the Muslim or their coffee. Have you? Haven't you read what Allah says the pseudo gerat we're in for a tiny minute mini Nakata Lu for us, they obey Noma for Embarcadero model O'Hara for car to let eternally had that family law. If two groups of Muslims fight one another, so Allah called the Muslims even though they were fighting one another, explicit in the Quran.

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This is what you call an Ibis genius, he can just, it's as if the Quran is in front of him that it is, he can just pick and choose and he can give the evidence he needs. It's explicit in the Quran, if two groups of Mormons are fighting each other. So Allah calls both of the Mothman and they're fighting. It's not black and white, like the holidays believe.

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It's not that simple. They were believers, but there's a political issue going on. And that doesn't mean one of them is caffeine, one of them is believer. And then as for the third point, he said that you are objecting to alcohol, the last one, not using his title ameerul momineen. And our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the Treaty of her day via when suhaila menambah came, he gave up the title, but a pseudo law on that piece of paper. And he didn't put it there. So who has more rights to give up their titles? So if he could do it, why couldn't the cousin of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam do it. And so when he won the debate, clearly hands down, two thirds of the

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hydrogens actually returned. So 4000 of them returned. 4000 of them returned, and 2000 did not go back. So this again, we get to again, one of the main stories of him in our buses time, Charlie, let's try to finish this up because I don't want to go to port port number for Sharla will finish up the stream and I burst now. So

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this is in the Battle of Safin after about subpoena he negotiated between the hottest sites. I know the Aloha knows, you know, was assassinated and muawiya was declared the halifa. And so if an Ibis retired to Medina, he wanted to just get away from politics. Now, he wanted to live a quiet life. And he did not get involved in siesta till the day that he died. So I've been abuzz now made it a characteristic for the rest of his life. For the rest of the next 30 years. He was on this earth, He remained completely apolitical, so much so that his a political stances got problematic for him. Because the problem comes, people want you to become political sometimes. And even our boss refused

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to and this got him into trouble while he tried to didn't work. And Hussain rhodiola, Juan wanted him to join his party when he went to Kufa. Okay. And remember, we went the story of in detail of, of Hussein, Ibn Abbas was the senior most debate alive. He was the eldest ahlulbayt alive. by senior I don't mean in terms of blood because Hussein is higher in blood. He's the grandson in terms of blood relationships and is higher. But in terms of age, if an Ibis is older, and had been abuzz, begged her saying no, the loved one, literally by holding on to him, begged him before leaving the city, do not leave Medina, don't trust your partisans. Do not trust those partisans of Iraq, because

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they will stab you in the back. And Hussein had already made up his mind. And so what happened happened and had been abus did not want it to happen. He was trying his best to pull him back. And

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use either of course eventually became

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the halifa. As you know, that happened when u z died.

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There were problems in the Omega dynasty who's going to take over next. And it was that point of time that Abdullah Abdullah Zubaydah in Makkah, declared himself to be the halifa as well, okay. It's a time of great chaos and great problems. And Abdullah Lebanese obey declared himself to be a halifa. And in Makkah and Medina and across the Hejaz, he was essentially in control and Eben Abbas was living in the hedges. And so he had been zubaid insisted if an Ibis is now is now 767 68 years old, almost a few years left to him to live he doesn't know me obviously. He's old at this time, point time. And Evans obeyed insists you must give me the ban. And even a boss says, No, I don't

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want to give you or the other guy. I don't want to get involved. Why? Because he is

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too big of a personality to get involved. He's not like some, nobody on the street, for him to get involved is taking a stand clearly, and in this issue, it's too great to take a stand. He doesn't want to get involved in either side. And he promises Evans obey, although there is a bit I'm not going to give back to the other guy just let me be. Unfortunately, it seems that Abdullah zero was not satisfied with this. I can understand I can understand why. Abdullah bin Abbas is a huge

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pawn in this game should I understand I'm saying like, I'm not trying to derogatory to use the word pawn, but he is a very famous figure. Both sides want him. He is the senior most alive at this point in time. And he is the cousin of the prophet SAW Selim, how can you not be eager to have him on your site? And even Abbas does not want he's already, you know, been through 20 years of civil war, he does not want anything else. He just wants to live his life. And unfortunately, tensions will created between this and I believe and so because of all of these incidents, and you know,

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things get worse because even our boss disagrees with the Lebanese debate on many issues. I've loaded up wanted to demolish the Kaaba because the cabinet had been destroyed or damaged by the catapult. This is so shocking. Muslims hear about this, like, What are you talking about? I'm sorry to tell you this. I've said this many times. We have some really, really sordid incidents in early Islamic history, the heart bleeds. And it's very sad to hear these stories. The Cabo was attacked not by pagans, not by external people. The Kaaba was attacked by

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by the orders of the Khalifa of the time

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under * Avenue so but by the orders of the hollyford does not the buck stops up there are judges the governor, but he got permission to do it. Okay, and had judge attacked in order to get Evans obey dislodged and get rid of him. And he attacked the holiest of holy cities, and he used catapults against the city. And if you're going to use catapults and you're attacking moko was going to happen. One of them landed on the cab,

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and it's damaged the cab. So once it was obeyed, repels them back and he gains victory again, it was a battle. You know, 20 years have been so bad not 20 but almost evens a bit is battling with the oma yes for so long. And in fact, many of the early scholars considered Abdullah Zubair to be the Alpha and the Omega is to be the usurpers at this point in time, who was the real Khalifa some other have said this, some of them have said that anyone who cares at this time is bit late now. So if an Ibis said don't demolish the cabinet, just make the repairs, don't get rid of it and build it again. Or else you're going to make the cabinet play think don't do that. It was a bit disregarded this and he

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rebuilt the cabinet who remembers how

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red tank rectangle Why?

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Why did he build the cause of rectangle?

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Who had run out of wood?

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decoration what year?

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How old was the process of this one says people should know?

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Yes. So so this is going back how old when the process of what is in his 30s 35 years old 3535 before the before the bicep by a few years? This is one john I mean, john. I mean, john saw that when they became happy when they saw him come in when the sheet was raised with the this is that incident, right? So so this is now going back almost a century. They built the Kaaba as a as a square, because they didn't have wood to build as a rectangle. So the Prophet system said famous had to decide body he said, Oh, Isha, if I were able to, and if your people weren't such brand new Muslims, I would have

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destroyed this building and made it upon the original foundations of Ibrahim alayhis. Salam.

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A lot of is very new this hadith. So he said, Okay, I'm going to do it. So he demolished that structure. And he rebuilt for the only time in Islamic history. There was a square Kaaba for 10 years. The only time in Islamic history so the hedger you know, that semi circle was included inside the cabinet. Okay, so it became a square and I've been I've been told them Don't do this. You're gonna make you know, it's gonna he realized that as soon as you lose what's going to happen? He realized the guy was going to be and that's exactly what happened. When they finally captured it was obeyed. And one of the most gruesome things took place any I'm sorry to even say this stupid. They

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crucified him in front of the cab. I mean, again, this is our own history. You know, this

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But the reality that we lived in so they, they they mastered couldn't they kill them hijack eventually recapture the cab and whatnot. And the first thing he does is what?

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Destroy the cabinet because he doesn't want any legacy left of our building. Okay, by the way, there is a museum in Mecca

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of the cab. There's a museum in Morocco when next time you go for camera, make sure you visit that museum. And you will find in it one of the original columns of Abdullah Zubaydah. It's an amazing thing that they still have to this day, one of the original columns of the Levin is obeyed. And I have it on my snapchat when I did it. And also on YouTube, I think somebody put it on there, one of the original columns of voluminous obey, it is preserved To this day, in any case, so tensions continue to rise. Things happen as best not to mention them in detail. And even abus was forced to leave MCE.

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It's too much pressure, even Ross was forced to leave Mecca. And so he goes to the close by city of thought if life and barely a few days or weeks after this, he passes away at the age of 72 or 73. And He is buried to this day in the city of thought if and it is called mustard. Even Abbas I have prayed that we've seen the grave of him now, but it's well known to this day. It is a famous place where he passed away and died. It is reported inside the beautiful story that when his sons and grandsons lifted his janazah to put him in the in the grave, a white pigeon appeared out of the heavens and entered into his coffin.

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And they tried to find it and they could not find anything. So they took this as a positive sign from Allah subhana wa Tada. That was just a blessing from Allah. And so they interpreted as a positive sign. In any case, so even though the Allahu taala and lived his life, not just studying from the Prophet system, but from obika earthman Ali from all over the senior Sahaba he was a young Sahabi, who absorbed all of the knowledge of the senior Sahaba along with the Prophet system, along with being his cousin, and added bait, nobody else is like this. And so he reached the level of him and fick and anybody that really of his generation, none of the other scholars had will conclude

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even our boss by quoting one of his most famous students, Paul, who's even our boss had many famous students Mujahid and Paul was an Eric Kramer these are all students that have been abuzz famous names or that that'd be ron paul was was asked by one of his students. You live at a time when there were so many seniors Sahaba Why did you abandon those and study with him and Ibis Soto Who said I saw 70 of the Sahaba or the Allahu anhu. When they differed about something, they would go and ask us his opinion. So why would I go to him as well? So this is Abdullah ibn Ibis, rob the Allahu taala and who and inshallah with that we come to the end of the biography of the living Ibis. I will not

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do it thrombin even Ibis because we don't have time to do 1660 Heidi, this is volume four, and volume five, and I think also a bit of volume six, all of it is in a bus. I don't think we have time to do all of this. So I will simply not do any hydrophobia in our bus because he's one of those who narrated so many a hadith and inshallah next Wednesday, we'll move on to another Mojave in shallow data.

In this video by Shaykh Yasir illustrates the biography of Abdullah Ibn Abbas RA.

We are enamored by the information that we get about the blessing that Abdullah Ibn Abbas RA received from Prophet Muhammad SAW right at his birth – Haneeq- and the specialty was that it was done with the saliva of the Prophet SAW itself which was the ultimate barakah hat he could have received.

Abdullah Ibn Abbas RA is also said to have seen Jibreel AS twice though not in his original form. The privilege in question of seeing the angel in his true form was only granted to the Prophet ﷺ.

The Prophet ﷺ would often pray to Allah regarding Abdullah RA that, “O Lord, make him acquire a deep understanding of the religion of Islam and instruct him in the meaning and interpretation of things.” He repeated this dua for him more often than not and with the barakah of his dua, Abdullah Ibn Abbas RA did become a beacon of light in the pursuit of knowledge.

Abdullah RA narrated the incident, “Once the Prophet ﷺ was on the point of performing wudu. I hurried to get water ready for him. He was pleased with what I was doing. As he was about to begin salah, he indicated that I should stand at his side. However, I stood behind him. When the salah was finished, he turned to me and said, ‘What prevented you from being at my side, O ‘Abdullah?’ ‘You are too illustrious and too great in my eyes for me to stand side by side with you,’ I replied. Raising his hands to the heavens, the Prophet then prayed, ‘O Lord, grant him wisdom.’

We also are acquainted with the dedication of Abdullah Ibn Abbas RA when he is sent by his father to learn salaah Tahajjud from the Prophet ﷺ in his house at night. For a detailed account, please do listen intently so that we are deeply humbled and grateful as to how this enthusiasm and zeal of Abdullah Ibn Abbas has benefited us immensely.

Narrated Ibn Abbas -’ I stayed overnight in the house of my aunt Maimuna bint Al-Harith while the Prophet ﷺ was there with her during her night turn. The Prophet ﷺ offered the ‘Isha’ prayer (in the mosque), returned home and after having prayed four rak’ah, he slept. Later on he got up at night and then asked whether the boy (or he used a similar word) had slept? Then he got up for the prayer and I stood up by his left side but he made me stand to his right and offered five rak’ah followed by two more rak’ah. Then he slept and I heard him make deep breathing sounds and then (after a while) he left for the (Fajr) prayer.’

“Be mindful of Allah, He will be mindful of you…” is another  hadith narrated by Ibn Abbas RA that illustrates our true values that should be cultivated towards Allah and how all the Sahaba had set precedents in this domain with them even seeking Allah’s help and guidance on the most trivial and simplest of matters.

There is also a mention of a Hadith which illustrates how the Prophet ﷺ had made a premonition of the loss of eyesight of Abdullah Ibn Abbas RA in his final years of life.we also realise the true tafseer of Surah Nasr made by Abdullah Ibn Abbas RA when questioned about the same by Umar Ibn Al Khattab RA. this leads us to the conclusion that Ibn Abbas was truly gifted with the knowledge of Tafseer.


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