Yasir Qadhi – Understanding The Traditions of The Signs of Judgement Day – Episode 3

Yasir Qadhi
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses various legal and political topics related to the discussion of the Hadith, including the use of "has been a problem" and the label "has been a problem" in the context of the discussion. The history of Prophet's actions and the importance of not touching the hippo subset is also covered, along with lectures on the topic of the Hadith and its implications for the future of Islam. The "monster" label is also discussed, and its use in Arabic is highlighted.
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salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi. Germaine I'm about. As you know, I came back from Hajj, my voice is still not fully recovered. So ask for your apologies. We're continuing our series about the signs of judgment date. And I had covered the minor signs in totality for the purposes of our class. And I had also given the Friday class about the MACD, which we said is the linkage between the minor signs and the major signs. Today in sha Allah in the next few weeks, we will cover the 10 major signs of Judgement Day One after the other. And we will begin with the one that we know is the first of the 10. And it is also the one that we have the most details about. So

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we might spend two full lectures on just this first sign. And we'll discuss various opinions and issues and controversies surrounding this first sign. Realize that not all of the 10 signs, we have as much details and in fact, some of them are just five minutes like the three earthquakes. That's all that we know, three earthquakes. That's it. I've done the three signs right there. Not much is known about those, we can just zoom over them. So not all 10 signs we have the same amount of details for but the first of the 10 major signs, and no doubt the most interesting for most Muslims. Also the most controversial is the concept of the john, the concept of the john and he will be the

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first of the 10 why and how do we know this? Because we know that the Messiah, the Jesus the coming of Lisa will be coinciding with the melody. The melody and Lisa will be on Earth at the same time. We did this last two weeks ago correct? You guys were here we did it right. And we said that the melody? When will the melody die? How will the MACD die? What are the details guys? Help me out?

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Mashallah, our young brother says what does he say? Say louder?

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Nothing. What does nothing mean?

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We don't know don't just say nothing. There are no narrations. We don't know how will the mahadi die, what will his death be? We do know what he saw will live for a few years and there is no mention of the melody. So the assumption is the melody is gone, Risa will live and what will Isa do, Risa will kill the job. Therefore, the john mahadi Risa same timeframe. So of the 10 major signs, the first of them without a doubt will be the judge is that clear. This is how we know the first of the 10 and what our profits are some say when the first of them come, the other will come till one abandon after one after the other like a domino. Once the first one comes, the other nine will zoom.

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So we seek Allah's refuge from even seeing the first one and the first one is the most terrifying of them and that is a mercy at the job. So who is that mercy had the job? What do we know about your mercy had the job and this will be a detail lecture. So we will not you know in all likely we will not finish today we'll have to continue about the job in next lecture. First and foremost, what is mercy and what is the job? The word must have mercy is used for only two people in Islamic literature. Number one, the Messiah 87, Imodium, and number two, the Messiah the john and in Abrahamic religions folklore of the Judeo Christian tradition, the both of them they are called the

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Promised Messiah and the false messiah. So in the Christian literature, you have the true Messiah, and that's resembling volume and you have the false messiah, or the Antichrist is also called. So you have the Christ and the Antichrist. So the concept of there being two paired individuals, Jesus, anti Jesus mercy at the jar and mercy, pneumonia, this is found in Christian literature, and it is found in Islamic literature as well. So the both religious traditions agree on this. As for the Jewish traditions, there is not that much about the Antichrist. In fact, he doesn't seem to play any role, and this is going to come into play. Remember this point, put it in your mind, we're going to

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come back to this, there doesn't seem to be the figure of the Antichrist.

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There's only the finger of the Messiah, the Christ. And this is gonna come very important in a while. What does mercy mean? mercy means to anoint? What does it mean to anoint, and the good old days when the king became the king, he would be anointed, they would put some holy oil, special oil. And he had they would put it on his forehead, for example, when the Prophet became a prophet, and the time of the bunny is thrown in, he would be taken to the River Jordan, they're the one of the holy rivers, and he would be anointed with the water. And the concept of baptism comes from this, that he's going to be anointed with the water that is the anointment to rub, and that's in Arabic

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Messiah, which has mercy, the one who is robbed. So Messiah in Arabic is choccolocco. Messiah is to rub mercy, the one who is robbed mercy, the object that is robbed. So mercy ERISA is called Mercia, because john the baptist yahia was the final person to give him to give any person this anointment after Jesus, no one has been anointed by Allah by the command of Allah by the Baraka of Allah. So Isa is the final one anointed, because there were previous prophets that were anointed, but the ISA was the special and the final. So he is called as mercy He seven memoriam. So he is the Messiah that is Risa as for the job, we do not know who will anoint him, definitely not righteous people, but

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most likely his followers will anoint him, his followers will appoint him, and he will be the false appointed one. It is said and there is no explicit evidence about this, that perhaps that you who would who follow Him will anoint him thinking he is the real Mercia. So they will do the ritual of Jesus, but to the job, the ritual that was done, Teresa will be given to the wrong one. And the people will assume him to be Lisa, but he is not Isa he is the job. So he is going to be the false messiah, the Antichrist, and that is the mercy had the job. So his title is mercy. And his now not his name. His lockup is a digital and the jail What does it mean? That jail comes from Digital, and

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they're gela in Arabic means to mix up.

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It also means to deceive, but not a regular deceit. The worst type of deceit is called the gel. There is no English translation for it right? deceive, you can deceive your child who can deceive your spouse you can do but the agenda is to mix the worst evil with the most righteous truth. And why is the journal called the journal? Because he shall mix the worst evil, the worst evil and he will put it in with the truth. He will say that he is at Mercy at reasonable memoriam and this is because Risa is a righteous man and that the job is an evil man. So he will take on evil which is that he is a liar and he will say he is the best of the best and he is really Subramaniam even worse

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than this, he will say what he has to believe that he is a liar himself. And what greater digital, what greater deceit, what greater evil is there than to say that he is Allah and he will claim that he is being inspired by Allah. So he will claim all of these claims and by the way, the person from Qadian last century he went through the same things, he first said, he is Risa. Then he said he is inspired, even though as far as I know, he never claimed he is God, but this the job will claim he is God Himself, He is Allah Himself. So that is why he is called the job that he is deceiving the people he is substituting the truth with the falsehood, because no one will mix truth with falsehood

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in a more brazen manner in a more blatant manner, then almasi at the job,

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and our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam predicted that there will be many that gels

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in an authentic hadith reported in Muslim Imams and other books. Our Prophet system said and there's a version of Islam a Muslim, our Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, There shall be after me listen to this 30 dead. rune born 30 the Giles all of them cut them. Kula whom yesterday Germano nebby everyone is claiming that he is a nebby one know who learned to be your body and there is no nebby after me. What do we learn from this Howdy. It's not just one that jar. There are many we can call them in English. That jar with a small d or we can say mini the jars no problem. But there is one the jar with a big D okay. Or the major that giant

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So there are many, many that gels telefoon in one ad 30 what is the sign of these false that john?

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Could lumias unknown nebby everyone says the same claim. I am nebby I am nibi I am nippy. And the process said one know who learned to be your ID. From this we learn a principle My dear brothers and sisters, anybody who claims he is a nebby. He is in fact what

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the judge? Is that clear? Anybody who claims he is a nebby, you can call him a title. And that title is you are a the judge, as the judge, as for the the job, that will be the last of them, the 30th of them, that is the big the job, that is the worst of them. And before that time, there will be plenty of mini the jobs and we had one here in America as well. This louis farrakhan in the sorry, another sort of funny Elijah Muhammad, Elijah Mohammed who is the founder of the Nation of Islam, he claimed that he is nebby. And he claimed that Allah inspires him. And he claimed openly that I am the prophet of God, he changed his he was born Elijah Muhammad, Elijah Paul, he changed his name to

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Elijah Muhammad. And He then said that you have to recite the Karima there is no God, but Allah, and Muhammad is His Messenger. And by that he meant he is the messenger, he called himself Muhammad. And then he said, whenever a Muslim says Mohammed rasulillah, that is me. And so he taught to his people this and he is one of the last of the jobs to come in alone knows how many will come until the end of times. But we are now interested in the big the job, the final the job. And there are before we get to the ideas about the job, there are two

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interesting aspects that are found in Hadeeth literature that confused the average reader. And in fact, they even confused some of the Sahaba. So they still remain elements of confusion about the issue of the judge. The first of them was that there was an individual who lived at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, whom even the profits are some for a period of time didn't know. Is he that that job or is he a miner? That job? Okay, he didn't know. And this incident is mentioned in sly Muslim, and many books have edited as an authentic incident. Multiple narrations exist about a certain young man who lived in Medina who was from one of the yahoodi tribes, and he was a

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sorcerer. He had a connection with the jinn. He would call the jinn. And he was a magician, and he would pretend he knew the future, and he would foretell the future. You know, an English we call them a soothsayer. He would foretell the future and in our religion, anybody who pretends to know the future is a liar. And in our religion, anybody who invokes the jinn and calls out to the jinn, this is a magician, we don't call up to the gym, we don't do anything for the gym. And perhaps in another lecture, I'll talk about this reality of how mankind has a relationship with the jinn, which is a very scary and interesting and deep topic and all of our men and women love talking about the

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issue of Jin Jin stories are swapped at night, when the hours become in the wee hours of the night.

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It becomes common to swap in Schengen stories and inshallah one day I'll give an academic lecture what is all of this? Is there something called Jin? Is there something called Magic and inshallah we'll explain at that stage. For now realize that it is possible for evil people to invoke the jinn it is possible. And when they do so this is what we call magic. And that's why magic is how long it is always how to invoke the jinn. Because they are wanting nothing but evil, whoever does so must sacrifice the heat and get involved in shift. Because the payments that jinns accept evil genes because you have good genes as well, the payments that jinns accept is what do you think they will

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accept your American Express? Do they care about dollars and cents? What is the currency you will give the gin?

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Your Worship, as the only thing the gin wants, the gin doesn't care about your credit score. He doesn't care about your credit cards and your money. What will the gin do with credit cards and money? What does the gin wants the same thing he wanted a police wanted that under hi Roman, I am better than this creation. Let this creation bow down to me. Let this creation worship me. And if the jinn gets this, in return, the jinn will do some favors for you. Right? We'll go and tell you something that whatever so we'll talk about when we get to it. So there was this magician at the time of the Prophet sallallahu. I send them by the name of Saul fee even say yeah, that was his

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Safi Eben Sajjad and something his name was Abdullah bin said but his name was Safi Safi urban Surya. And he was from one of the yahoodi tribes who remained living in Medina for a number of years. Not all of the Jewish tribes were expelled, some small families remain. And he was from of those tribes that lived on the outskirts of Medina. And when our prophets are migrated to Medina sloughi even say, yeah, it was a young child, and he was about to reach puberty. And that's when and so he's around 13 years old. And that's when our Prophet system begins interacting with him. And there are a number of interesting narrations about Sofie even some of them is that the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam heard that there is this young child who has these visions of the jinn, he predicts the future. And so Omar and the Prophet some this hadith is assigned Muslim, they walked towards a group of children who are playing and amongst them was Safi even Sajjad and even even say others his name as he's called and had the future even saw yet. It didn't say yeah, it was not aware that the Prophet says and it was coming until he was right behind him, and even say, I turned around and the Prophet system was there. So the Prophet system said to him and say yet, do you testify that I am, what are pseudo law? Do you testify I am Rasulullah Salim and Eben Sajjad said, I testify that

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you are the soul of the mean in a derogatory manner. You are the soul of the unlettered people. You're not Russell Terrier, so to the unlettered folk? So the evil Sajjad then said to the profitsystem, and he's 1213 years old Look, he said, Do you testify that I am Rasulullah?

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What do we say one of the signs of the job is what?

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The job claims he is receiving. Right? So he is now saying, I look at the arrogance. And this also shows you that this is what happens when you start getting involved in in magic, you really become a very evil person, how dare in front of the face of the processor and you are twisting the question and you're saying okay, you asked me Now let me ask you, do you testify that I am Rasul Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, meant to be law. He was truly I believe in Allah and His messenger. That was his response. And he said to Eben siadh, what do you see? What do you see what visions come to you even say he had said, I see two people come to me, one of them tells the

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truth. One of them tells lies. The Prophet system said rather, the matter has been made confusing for you, meaning both of them are telling lies. Then the Prophet system said, I have a test for you. I have hidden something for you. And what was that thing that he was hiding? He was hiding a verse from the Quran, which is Yomi at the center.

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What's the half here? front of that header? What is it? Yes, what is the beginning of it? My mind is a little bit awkward because of the headjam still not fully recovered.

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For Takayama, tantissimo bouhanni moving forward documents in front of the phototoxic Yama data center with ohanian mubin. Okay, so the process of had recited this verse to the Sahaba. And he's saying I'm holding, I'm testing it didn't say yet. He says he knows in metal pipe. He says he knows everything. Okay, I just recited this verse. Let's see, does he know did I recite this verse or not? You see the test, right? And by the way, any person who charges you $5 an hour to predict the future, is betraying his own lies when he's forced to charge you $5 to predict the future. If he knew the future, you would be investing in Bitcoin and the stock market and become multimillionaire

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instantaneously. The fact that he has to charge you $5 to be your friend, the fact that you have to call in 399 per minute to predict the future indicates what a liar that person is. Is that clear what I'm saying? Right? So the process is testing. This is a man he is claiming he knows in my life, he knows everything. Okay? I just recited a verse 20 feet away from him. Let's see whether he can tell his followers what I just recited to all of you simple test, right? phototoxic Yamato, Alberto Han and Moby. He had recited total hip hop. Now he goes to Eben saya, and he says to Evan Sajjad, I have a test for you. Do you know what it is? Do you know what i have hidden for you? And this shows

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you even Sajjad did have contact with the jinn but the jinn are not all knowledgeable. All he could say was da da da. And the verse was fourth.

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right for me to Harney mubin and the gin narrated two letters, doh, doh doh, and not the whole

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Verse, the whole verse, you see that right? So there was some jinn that was communicating with him and say yeah, and he wasn't able to do it. So the prophets have said, Yeah, I do a lot and it literally translates as Shut up. It is a harsh word.

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The English word is shut up. And the process was never harsh, except to those who deserved it. Yeah, I do a lot Shut up or enemy of Allah fell into I do akattak You shall never go beyond your eagerness. You think you are so big, you're never going to go beyond this, or whatever your cutoff said Dr. rasulillah. Allow me to execute him. This is a a john. He says he is our School of Law. He's communication with the jinn his penalty is execution. Yasuda Allah allow me to execute him and our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said if he is that the job

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you shall not be able to kill him

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and if he is other than that the job you're killing won't benefit anyone nothing is gonna go away. Right Leave him be now. This Heidi This is why Muslims authentic now. If he is that the job you shall not be able to kill him. Why? Because who shall kill the junk? inside his cellar no one will be able to kill that one. So the process he was telling Omar if he is that the judge you won't be able to kill him? And if he is other than that, that job? Yeah, what's the big deal he's gonna come and go no one will care you're killing will not harm and or benefit anyone who's going to be a minor which was the case he became a footnote in history. majority of Muslims don't even know about his

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name, even though during the time of the Sahaba he was somewhat of a big deal somewhat in the sense we don't know his state it was we're going as we're going to come to so this is one Hadith about even the judge another head if sorry, even say Yes, sorry. Another head

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is that once the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam want to go test even say yet want to go test even say yes. And he walked towards his house with some of the Sahaba and he hid behind some date palms trying to see even say yet, in a way that even said would not see him. But even side's mother saw the Prophet system in the distance so she shouted out y'all saw fee or Sofie, watch Be careful. His mother was on the side of obviously the mothers typically sided with their sons, even in bolted Unfortunately, this is human nature. So the mother is saying to even say yeah, Dr. Sophy This is never yes off. She cut out the out of love. It's called an Arabic rabbit to him. So does your soft

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look there is Mohammed rosewell system. So he turned around and he saw the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and there was again some conversation that did not result in anything fruitful per se, and that Ebensee yet he continued to live in Medina, after the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he resided in Medina and a number of Sahaba swore by a law that that is the that judge and they considered even Surya to be that the judge and of them was a member of the court thought he would make * up with a lot that that is the the judge also job that Abner Abdullah, the famous Sahabi he felt that that is the actual the judge and a number of other famous Sahaba nefarious said

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that I heard my master Eben Omar

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Omar as is of course the son of Abdullah of Burma kebab. So Omar and his son Abdullah bin Omar obviously same family they both thought Eben saya is that the judge? Now fair is the famous slave of Omar, who was freed by Eben Omar and he became a great scholar. And even Omar died and not very became the chef of Medina and Malik Eben unas came studied with not fair and so the golden chain which you should all know modic even unece from now fear from Eben oma, this is one of the most famous is knots of Islamic history and neph it was nothing other than a servant a slave whom Allah honored with knowledge. This is what knowledge does. He was purchased as a young child as a slave,

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but he was eager for Islam he memorized the Quran he memorized it, and therefore every book of Hadith has Malik from nefer from urban Omar. So now fear said I heard my master urban Omar say, voila he I have no doubt that mercy had the job is even say yet. He's making highlife because he heard it from his father. So Omar and his son, Omar, they felt that Eben saya is none other than that. A judge and there's a famous narration as well that is mentioned in Sahih Muslim that once

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even Omar met even Sajjad in the streets of Medina and he had a fight with him verbal fight and he made even Sajjad very angry at him and Sajjad walked away something very angry.

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So it's been Omar then visited the house of his sister have saw our mother, half son. And half son heard the news that Ebon Omar and Eben Sajjad had a confrontation in the bazaar in the public sphere of Medina. This is after the death of the Prophet system. The news spread that ebenso yachad inhibin Omar they had it out there was shouting and screaming inside left stomping and angry hafsa said to her brother, that what is the matter with you? And even said, Why do you have to interview with him? Why are you getting involved in this issue? Don't you know that the prophet SAW sent him said so this is a Hadeeth know that the john shall come and appear after something has caused him to become

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angry. Meaning Why are you poking him? Why are you prodding him? Why are you getting him angry? What is your business with demand? Let him be we don't want that the job to come when he's alive, which means even hafsa might have been sympathetic that him and say this, who is that the child and that's one family have saw even Omar Omar they're one family and they thought that had been saya is the actual is the actual, that job. Now this, this issue of even Sajjad being that the judge was denied by other Sahaba and the most famous narration we have in this regard, which is one that is somewhat funny and somewhat sad at the same time it is also a Muslim, a Muslim By the way, he made a section

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in his site here about the Hadith of the yard. So if any of you want to study ebenso yet, you can go to Sahih Muslim it is translated in English I'm sure there are many Urdu translations, and you will find an entire section about the hadith of Ibn Sajjad. And now with this commentary of mine You can now approach this section because without commentary is very confusing. And you can read all of these half a dozen narrations about Ebensee yet in Sahih Muslim so a very sad and funny and humorous and interesting narration urban Muslim and non Muslim as well is narrated by Abu say that Audrey radi Allahu Allah, Allah and he says that one time I was doing Hajj or Umrah, the narrative for God

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what he said with even Sajjad and the time came for the caravan to stop. So you know, the caravans go for 510 hours they stopped for the night. Next morning, they'll go so the time came to stop. And when the caravans basically stopped, everybody ran away from the yard. And I was the one left next to him. Right. So nobody wanted to be put his tent next to the tents yet. Okay, everybody goes away. And I found myself next to it been Sajjad Festo heshe, two men who washa Tanisha de la. And I became very terrified of him, because of the rumors going around about him. This is after the death of the Prophet. So I said, I'm still the rumors are there, I will say he wants nothing to do with the guy.

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And looking around. He saw I was the only camel there. So he brought his belongings and he sat down next to me.

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I said to him, it is so hot over here. Maybe it's better for you, if you rest in that shade over there. Just get away from me. Okay, so he got the hint, he stood up, and he went over there. And eventually some meat came to me. So even say I stood up to share with that meat. So now food has come. And generally speaking, when you're in one caravan, you're going to all share the meal, okay? Nobody wanted to deliver the meal to him. So they delivered it to, I will say the hoodie, and even siadh wants to now share that meal. So he came and he sat down with me. And he had a glass of milk with him. So he gave me some milk. And he said Go ahead, take some. So I said this milk is warm, and

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I don't like warm milk. And the only reason I didn't want to drink it This is him saying is because I did not want to touch anything he touched. Okay, who refuses milk in those days everybody loves milk. But even so, yeah, that it was I don't want it. So even Sajjad said, Yeah, above sorry. How I wish that I could take a rope and tie it on that tree and commit suicide because of what the people say about me.

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In other words, he knows exactly why I will say it is not sitting next to him is not sharing the milk with him. And it's hurting even so yet how I wish that I can take a rope, tie it on that tree and then commit suicide because of that.

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Because of what the people say about me. Yeah, herbicides. Don't you know from being from the unsolved

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What the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said yeah beside orange you one of the most knowledgeable people about the Hadith of the Prophet SAW them. Yeah beside Look, he is now quizzing him. Don't you know that that the jar is a Kaffir? And I am a Muslim? Yeah, beside Don't you know that the judge shall have no children and I have left my children in Medina, by the way, these are all signs. The job we all know is that the judge will have no children. And even say dad said I left my family in Medina, how can I be the judge? Yeah, but don't you know that the jail shall not enter Mecca and Medina and here I am having left Medina on our way to Makkah. Now he's giving some solid

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points here, right? How are you going to refute this, okay, by the way, so another thing about the job we're going to come to these, one of the signs of the job is he shall not enter Mecca or Medina. And Abel Surya is living in Medina, and he's on his way to Makkah. And I will say to Hodor, he said, he continued making these arguments until I was about to have a soft spot for him. Then what happened? Then he said, while la he in Nila de feu was the former leader who was in a while.

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But by Allah, this is inside St. Joe, it was during the call today. I know who that the job is. And I know where he shall be born. And I know who his parents are in one version, and I know where he is now.

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That throws a spanner in all of this. How do you know all of this or even say yet? How do you know all of this? So I will say the hoodie after having his heart softened, feeling guilty. Maybe I'm doing the guy wrong. Now. For sure his face must have changed when he said but I know who he is. And I know where he is. All of a sudden the terror comes back to always say the hoodie and he says May you be cursed? Yeah, obviously Yeah. for what you have done and he walks away. So even Sajjad is no joke. There was some murkiness about him about who he was, however, eventually, even siadh simply disappears. We don't know when he died. The Hadeeth goes that on the day of horror, he was just

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disappeared. Nobody knows basically how he died. But clearly even say it was not that the jail because he himself gave all of these signs that I will say before that he had to acknowledge whether he died a Muslim or not is another issue because even inside the saying, I am a Muslim, and the jail is a cafe. And this has caused a huge controversy amongst the scholars, a marmoset hubby in his monumental Encyclopedia of the Sahaba. He basically says that he cannot be a Sahabi because and this is a very interesting point.

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What is the definition of a Sahabi? A Sahabi is someone whom the Prophet system interacted with while that person was a Muslim.

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If the interaction occurred, and the person was not a Muslim, and later embraced Islam, that person does not become a Sahabi. And of the examples or the possible examples is even assiette. Even Sajjad did not accept Islam in the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam if he accepted Islam, and that is an if we don't know if he accepted Islam after the death of the Prophet system. This does not make him a Sahabi it makes him a tad Berry. Another interesting twist, not as big of a twist, but it is nonetheless interesting. Another interesting twist is that the son of Eben Sajjad, the son of libinsight, Sajjad became a great scholar. And his name is Amara, even if even say yet,

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right, even Safi MSA is a modern, urban Salafi urban site yet. And this same Amara is one of the teachers of Imam Malik Believe it or not, so one of the and his name is found in the water and others as a narrator of Hadeeth. And this is the son of insight yet and he is a narrator of Hadith and he is a famous narrator of Hadith. And it is said that Imam Malik respected Amara immensely because of his knowledge of Hadith. Okay, so one of those interesting twists the bottom line, in the lifetime of the Prophet system, there was a cryptic figure who was a miner that job in that timeframe. And because he was still a young child, the prophet system did not know Is he going to

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grow up to become that the job or not, and the process and passes away and that confusion lingers on in the Sahaba some of them still think he is that the judge but we never

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Know that he could not have been that that job. Now it is clear he wasn't that the judge and so you should be aware of that controversy that even Sajjad was one of the minor that just now did he embrace Islam or not. Allah knows best but this last phrase that he said to societal Quadri really throws a spanner means he still had contact with the world of the jinn. And he still has some issues that are an Islamic, so he dies in murky circumstances and we leave his affair to Allah subhana wa Tada, this is the first

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interesting controversy about the jar, there is another one before we get to other hobbies. So all of these are interesting things that you should be aware of now, and this is inshallah inshallah This is an advanced series of lectures, otherwise, you will not hear much of this stuff in the English language. Now, the rest the next incident of the job.

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And you will also find this hadith in Sahih Muslim is the famous narration that might seem to indicate that the john is alive and healthy as we speak.

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And that he is chained up in some exotic Island.

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Maybe in the Bermuda Triangle, Allah knows best. I'm just making that up.

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What is this? And where do we get it from? this hadith is the famous hadith of Fatima beneath the ice, one of the famous hubbie yet she narrates and this hadith is assigned Muslim that one day we were sitting in her house when we heard the crier running through the city saying a sidebar to Jamia Salatu Jamia Salatu Jamia is how the prophets or some would call the Sahaba to the masjid when there was an issue other than the five kilowatts the event is not given you have an announcement come to the masala come to the masala. That's how they will do that. So that to me simply means come to the Muslim that's what it means. Now, even though technically means you only come and pray but the

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meaning here is come to the masjid. So, Fatima says, I rushed to the masjid to see what was happening. And I prayed with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And I was in the first line of the women right behind the men, in her eagerness to hear what the profitsystem would say she was in the first soft of the women behind them in point she's trying to say as I heard directly, everything that I'm about to tell you. So after we finished praying the Prophet system, went on the member and sat down. And he said, Let everybody remain where he is. Nobody move. Let everybody remain where he is. Do you know why I called you? They said Alan His Messenger know best. He said, I did not call

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you today to give you an advice or a lecture to cause you to cry or to fear Allah. That's not the reason I'm olano katella. Today, I didn't call you but rather I came to tell you what to mean. A daddy came to inform me to mean a daddy, who is the name of daddy I have a lecture online very briefly about one of the you know my series about the Sahaba Timmy my daddy was one of the few Sahabi who was a Christian and then embraced Islam, the majority of Sahaba were pagans. Very, very few were Jewish or Christian when they embraced Islam, very few of them is the Mima Daddy, so he is one of those group of Sahaba who was allocator. And he embraces Islam, and of them is to me a daddy.

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And so to me, my daddy came to me embracing Islam, and he told me a story that happened to him many, many years ago. Now, to me, my daddy is from one of the tribes of North and those tribes were seafaring tribes, they would ride the ocean. The Quraysh were a non seafaring tribe, the koresh despise the ocean, the Quraysh did not like riding on the ocean. And that's why the Koran is full of references for either cable for the book. The Quran did not like the ocean, and few of the aura she's wrote on the ocean. And that's why when our Prophet system saw a dream, when some of his own Sahaba were writing the oceans, conquering other lands, he laughed and he said, I saw my own oma

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shall be riding on the waves, like kings riding horses, and steeds galloping, and they shall be conquering, you know, oceans and omim enhancer just to make sure that I am amongst them. And he said, You are amongst them. And that's why she died and overdose in Cyprus because the process of said you will be amongst them. So he laughed when he saw his alma riding the ocean. It was a strange thing for the whorish they did not like, unlike to me, my daddy, they were seafarers. They were people who were involved in Navy issues. And so naval issues, naval expeditions and so to me, my daddy, he came to embrace Islam, and he came in the ninth year of the hedgerow and he came to Delhi

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you know, in those days, they sent the delegations to every system, and when he came, he told the Prophet system

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about something that happened to him many, many, many years ago is the analysis. So let me tell you an interesting story. Let me tell you something that when I was earlier young man a Christian, this is what happened to me. So when he told this story, the prophet system then called the Sahaba and said, here's the name of daddy. Let me tell you what he told me. That's the Hadith here. Okay, now it's a very long heady and you will find it Where will you find it guys?

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online? I gave you the reference right now. Sahih Muslim Sahih Muslim. Okay. And by the way, I would want you to start getting connected with our traditions as a side note here. So panela we have some of us have a fear to touch the table hottie Sahih Muslim, my dear brothers and sisters, these are our sources. Learn to familiar is there it's not going to bite you.

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is not going to bite you. You don't have to have to touch the hippo hidesign Muslim. Okay, purchase these books will allow you will start your horizons will start broadening. You're going to start feeling a sense of knowledge. Oh, this is what the book says. If you have any questions come to me come to any scholar you will find inshallah answers no problem. But why are you scared of reading Hadith? Why are you scared of getting into the tradition? I'm telling you, Mr. Muslim has an entire section about the job. And about Eben Sajjad and about all of these ahaadeeth read all of these. And after this brief explanation of just 20 minutes, you will yourself see Oh my God, this makes sense.

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This makes them this makes sense. That's all that's needed. And your EMR will grow and your love for Hadeeth will increase and your love for the profit system will increase. So I encourage you all don't be scared by opening up a book. Okay? Don't be scared to open up a chapter and read and see what is going on. And then if you have any questions, ask, but your email will increase. And also you'll get a sense of knowledge as well. SubhanAllah. Again, all of this is attached to you. But a lot of times we don't even know why we know how we know. We don't know where it's found. We don't know. We just we heard people say learn your religion from the sources. Is there any harm in that?

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Learn your religion, read the Quran, read the Sunnah, and most importantly, Bukhari and Muslim, the red deer, I strongly encourage you don't be intimidated by seipel. Hi, Simon Muslim, I'm not saying become a scholar. I'm not saying derive. I'm not saying that stuff. But I'm not saying open up and become shareholder Islam after one hour. But I'm saying you don't lose anything reading, don't lose anything, understanding and then asking when you have any issues. So this Hadeeth is a long one, it's actually four or five pages of English, I'm not going to go into all of that. But in a nutshell, you've all heard of it somehow here and there, most of you have heard of it. And the story

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goes as follows that, to me, my daddy says when he was a younger man, that he was in a ship of around 30 people from the tribe of Judah and rowhome. These are Christian, Arab tribes of North and he was from those tribes. And once a very severe storm came in the ocean. And for 30 days, they were lost at sea, after they were 30 days, they were lost at sea, they had no clue where they were until they came to a faraway, you know, ocean with that they could not recognize and they saw an island in the distance. So some of them to me, my daddy and a few of them took the smaller boat to go get some water to go get some food. So you know, every large boat has that small boat to go in. So they took

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that smaller boat to go to that island. And when they landed on that island, they met a very terrifying animal, a beast that could speak to them adapt, but that could speak to them. And we'll mention the dub. But when we come to one of the 10 signs, the data that could come to them. And this beast was unrecognizable. Like you know call them what Danny Bigfoot or something, you know, Frankenstein or whatever. Not Frankenstein sorry, scratch that from the record. Bigfoot, not Frankenstein, I guess in our cultural folklore closer to the Bigfoot.

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Although the headings did not describe them, it simply says, a beast that's very hairy. Just nothing but here and could speak. And to me, I saw this and his people and they were terrified. And The Beast said, Come with me, I'm going to take you to my owner or my master. And they they went to this island, and they went to this cave, where they saw a man larger than any man they have ever seen. And the man was tied up in a more severe matter than any man they have ever seen. And the man then began to ask a number of questions and it goes like, you know, 10 questions or so I'm not going to go to all of them. And they were so terrified. They just respond to one after the other. And until

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in the end, the last question was, I mean over the questions, the property, you see is is still there, this well is it giving water This land is still cultivated? And they answered Yes, yes, yes. And always the answer was a time will come when there shall be no water in that lake. A time will come when this well will be dry. A time will come

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When this land that you consider to be very beautiful in green will be completely barren. So he's giving predictions in the future. Then he says that has the Omi prophet been sent amongst out ups. Has that Prophet been sent amongst the Arabs? And to me my daddy at this time was a Christian, but he was an Arab, he knows the process and has come. So he says, Yes, he has been sent. And he has come out from Makkah. And he has settled in yesterday, because he didn't call it Medina because only Muslims called it Medina for those 10 years when Islam was spreading yathrib and Medina work the same name as you know, the same city and the Muslims called it Medina and the munafo horn and the

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pagans called it the old name yesterday, and

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that is why we are not allowed as Muslims to call it yesterday, unless we describe it that this is the pre Islamic name in any case, so because the process of said they call it yesterday and it is Medina, they call it yes it is. So we do not call it yet as a name. In any case. So to me, my daddy said he has settled in Medina, the judge says the dogs fight him, they say yes, so he says who won, they say sometimes he wins, and sometimes the meaning of the word or what they say was a loss, even though if it was not a loss from our perspective, or if it was a stalemate, it was not a loss, but the audience interpreted as a loss. The judge then said, if there is good in the Arabs, they should

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follow him, and I will tell you about me, I am the Messiah, and it is only a matter of time before I am let loose, and when I am let loose, I shall visit every single city on earth in 40 days, except for MK and Medina, for they are made how long for me, every time I come to them, the angels will stop me. Then the Prophet system stopped his lecture.

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And he began and he began poking on the member like this to emphasize and he said, this is LIBOR, this is Libra, this is LIBOR. Did I not tell you about the job? And they said Yes, you did. Now this Hadeeth ends over here. Now, this heady is the famous hadith of Jemima Daddy, narrated by one Sahabi Fatima Binti ice, and it is in Sahih Muslim and its chain appears to be authentic. Now, this hadith has caused

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this has caused a lot of controversy in the room, why and how? Because it throws a spanner in what we seem to know about that the

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other traditions mentioned that the jail will come towards the end of times, they mentioned he shall be born to a parents who were childless for many, many years, and they're making up for a child and they shall be given a child and they will not recognize that is

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the idea that we just mentioned about health some says that the journal will come out and appear because of some anger issues, something happened that made him angry, whereas this had he seems to throw all of that to the wind and that the job is alive and healthy. He's tied up he knows us that the job etc etc. And because of this, this leads us to a very deep issue.

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Is it allowed to problematize Hadeeth based upon the content and not based upon the chain?

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You understand this question?

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Is it allowed for scholars not from not talking to average person for scholars who understand how these scholars to problematize ahaadeeth? Because the content seems different?

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And the vast majority of scholars said no.

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And for good reason. Because if you open this door, then it will never be shot.

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If you open this door, then every Tom Dick and Harry or I should say Paul hit the wood and heroin will come and say oh, I don't understand this Hadeeth as we have people in our times Monica Hadith as we know, right? You know I'm not gonna mention it but there are people that deny Hadith in our times and whatnot. And we are Al Hamdulillah Henderson, Noah Gemma and the meaning of Sunni and the Sunnah means what we follow soon. The term Sunni What does it mean? We are defined by our clinging to the sun, by definition. Anybody who says their spin need means what we're following the sooner anybody says we don't follow the sooner they are from another

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film, I'll go ahead and call yourself another Film Club, you are no longer mainstream, you are no longer ahead of sooner. Well, Gemma. So anyway, what was that? What was I saying? Is it allowed to problematize Hadith based upon the content? The vast majority of scholars said no, a very small handful said yes with a lot of conditions. And this is not the time to go into that. But one of those conditions and I like this one of those conditions is the problematization should not come from your mind or logic or rationality, it should come because it seems to be clashing with other Ahadi. You understand this point? Right? If the problem seems to come with a clash from within the

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tradition, that is different than when you say, Oh, my mind doesn't understand the idea. Because if you open this door, then

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out the window as a leader, the loved one who said that if the Hadith or if the opcode or sorry, if the Shetty were to be based on my opinion, the Messiah over the socks should be done on the bottom.

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But I saw with my eyes, the prophet system, do massage on the top, memorize this very beautiful tradition by the very beautiful tissue. If our religion were to be based on what I think, on my, on my common sense, then when you do massage, why should you do massage on the bottom, but I do the Allahu unsaid. I saw the process and do massage on the top when it comes to the dean, or the local color sudo. samina wattana, whether we understand or not, but what about if within the deen itself, you have two three Hadith that seem to clash in this case is not my mind, we have to reconcile between this. So based on this issue, we have some great odema from the past and from the present,

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they did problematize this particular Heidi, they did problematize this particular Hadith, and of them, we have in our times as well, or I should say the generation before us the famous scholar, the most famous alum of 100 years ago, and that is Shashi Tharoor. Shashi Tharoor Ah, maybe one day will give a lecture about him very, very influential Adam, and frankly, I'll say something, many of us here today are influenced by him, and we don't even know it. His influence was so profound, that he had an impact on a global understanding of Islam. And many of us we don't even know but we're influenced by him. He was without a doubt the most famous alum of 100 years ago Rashida de la and

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unfortunately His name is not there was no other more famous than him 100 years ago, he died 1935 By the way, so in 1919 every intellectual in the oma knew him and he influenced people as diverse as hustler Bandha and Advani both of them they considered rushydro to be the chef directly by the way Look he influenced MIT and including not just him but anyone going to my attention but even what we now call modernist is not progressive Islam they take Yanni there any in our American system again, I don't mind saying this great thinkers like the Hatfield brothers and whatnot. They you know, the trends that were there they were influenced by Russia as well. Their share was the student register

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the whole divert Anyway, why am I talking about this isn't the jog My mind goes here in there. I apologize. You guys don't know me yet. But my mind doesn't. It's not make the office lotta mister him I need to be need to be straight here. Where was I? We're talking about the journal. And what we're talking about before this.

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problematizing Exactly. So she was one of those who said that this hadith doesn't make sense. In light of all of these other Hadees and rushydro. There is a great show Niala he's not one of these, you know, now another great chef as well in our times.

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My teacher I studied with him, Chef Mohammed bin Saleh. They mean, very mainstream, very traditional, very hardcore chef who loved Hadith. But he said this Hadith,

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I don't consider it authentic, even if it isn't a Muslim.

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Why? Because it seems to conflict with other ahaadeeth. So in reality, I have to be honest, I am sympathetic to this minority voice. Because it doesn't make sense that that the job is alive and healthy. And it also doesn't make sense that if this incident occurred, only Fatima been the case narrates it, and the processor has called the entire city.

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Something doesn't seem to be right and Allah knows best. Our chef would say, My heart is that unease with regards to the authenticity of this howdy this would have been or they would say Philippa Lieberman who shake my heart is not

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Comfortable something does it make sense to me? I can't pinpoint it. But it's not adding up to me. The content, the is the everything, it's just not adding up. And Michelle arshak was a very humble man, he would say. But if the profitsystem said it, then I believe in it. And this is exactly what I say. The Hadees doesn't seem to make sense. But if he said it meant to be LA, he was really simple as that. So we put this hadith of which headed guys,

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Jemima Daddy,

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in a footnote, and we have a question mark, I will leave it at that. Allah knows best, I don't know. But mainstream interpretation, mainstream interpretation in my mind, no, we have been casier these scholars, they consider this to be authentic, because this is a Muslim, then the issue comes, how do you reconcile this with the other ahaadeeth about the coming of the judge shall be born at a later time, his parents shall be childless, etc, etc. And you have one of two opinions. The first of them is that time and space mean nothing to Allah.

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And so,

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to me, my daddy got lost in Let me speak in the language of Star Trek, and I'm a big fan of Star Trek, when I was a child, they got lost lost in a different time warp.

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And so they traveled to a different time and place and allies on occasion for the year. And they saw an image of the gel projected from the future back to their timeframe. And ally, Lucretia included. Okay, fair enough. And the other interpretation is that

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the john is, in fact, alive and healthy, and that he was born. And all of this happened in the past. And then he is being chained and kept, as the Hadith of the meme says, and he shall be released in the future. Now the issue comes the only Hadith that mentions alive and healthy and change is this one of the members died. That's it. Every other Hadith gives a different narrative. So you have two different narratives. Can we reconcile the two? most scholars try to do that, but it's a very difficult fit. And that's why she has Russia. And

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even with him and others, they basically said, Look, this one, you know, you have a big, beautiful puzzle, right? You have one piece is just not fitting in. And the puzzle seems complete. And yet you have in the box, this piece. So you can say maybe the manufacturers put this by accident, I'm being an apologist, you're right, maybe this piece shouldn't have been in the box is just a mistake by one of the narrators. That's what they're saying. And the picture is complete. And the other scholars say no, it's in the box. The the producer, not the producer, the manufacturer sent it. So I'm going to squeeze it in. There's a little space here. Let me just put it in and shove it there and how us

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we have a painting. Which version Do you want to follow? I leave it to you. But my sympathies are clear. And I'll leave it to whichever one you want to you want to do. J. So these are two big, important standard controversies that every advanced student of knowledge is aware of number one, the issue of ebenso yet went over him and even taymiyah as well mentioned the issue of inventory. Yeah, even say, oh, by the way, and he said that

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it was said was one of the minor damages I forgot to mention, and the major digit is going to come and the issue of taneema daddy and seeing this image on the island, where is this island? And I explained to the controversy there, Jay, with these controversies, we have around 10 minutes left, I mentioned some of the ideas about the job, and then inshallah we'll resume next Wednesday, inshallah Tada. With these controversies done, we now move on to what do the rest of the ahaadeeth mentioned about the job. And I'm not going to go over them one by one because it's a bit too advanced. But I'm just going to summarize for you of the things that are mentioned in authentic hadith. The Prophet

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system said, every single Rasool has warned his oma about the jungle, from the time of no holiday his Salaam, and I too shall warn you about the digit. Now, this is actually very interesting for us as Muslims why the profitsystem is saying the concept of the john is found in all previous traditions. And guess what? We find it very clearly in the Christian tradition. As for the Jewish tradition, I have just scratched the surface. I'm not an expert, but I did my research. It appears that

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they don't really have this concept of the false Jesus, but believe it

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Not some sects of the Jews have the concept of the false David ajibola.

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The false Deadwood,

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and Allah knows best. But it appears to be that because they took David as their main figure. And the folklore remains about the false one coming. So they took their main finger, David, and they made

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a contrary figure of him, there should be a false King, David, and Allah knows best. And this is a small segment of the earth. And by the way, the vast majority of modern Jews, they have abandoned these types of tails. They no longer believe in this anyway, as you know, the vast majority of them, they just look at these as folkloric traditions. And in fact, many of them don't even consider their law binding anymore. As you know, they are what they call modern, modern or reformed Jews. And that's a whole different that's the majority of American Jews. You should all know this and other tangent, but this is no, you should know this as American Muslims, you should know. There are three

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main filters of Jews in America, number one.

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Number one,

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that's the smallest you want to begin with the smallest number No problem, orthodox, this is the smallest, maybe 10 to 15%. And they are the strictest and they are the literalist. And they weren't the ones who do you can you know, and they have many filters as well. And they have the Hasidic and whatnot. Number two is conservative, maybe around 20 25%, the next larger, but the majority are number three, reform and reform. Essentially, there is no athlete that they have to believe in at all, and there is no shittier they have to follow. They are more of a civilization. So what I'm saying one group says the false King David, this is one group of the Orthodox very, very small

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percentage, majority of them. These are just folklore tales they don't care about is gone. But my point is interesting here, the concept of the false messiah, or the false David, is there amongst one group, where did it come from? The Prophet system said, every prophet warned, so he believed the Prophet Musa would have warned, we believe this, that remained, and it was then taken by some group and converted this way. As for mainstream Christians, that just Christians, evangelical Christians, most mainline Protestant Christians, they firmly believe in the figure of the Antichrist, they call him the Antichrist, and they believe in this thing called the beast, and they say the symbol of the

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beast to 666. So these are interesting for us as Muslims. Now you have two ways of looking at it. If you're a complete secular atheist, who doesn't believe in God and whatnot, you say, Oh, look at these religions, their folklore is the same. Their mythology is the same, the Antichrist, the Antichrist, six, six is the beast whatnot. Or you can flip it around Exactly. And say, the very fact that two different civilizations and two different faith traditions that have no causal relationship with one another are saying the exact same thing means there must be a common origin. And that is Allah Subhana, WA, Tada. You see, you can look at the two exact same things, and then figure out

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what you want to do. Same thing goes for the great flood, again, a bit of attention. But again, this all interesting stuff. Do you know my dear brothers and sisters that every single civilization in the world has the myth of a great flood, the native Indians in this land, they have a myth of a great flood that took place once upon a time, the aborigines in Australia, and they are the most disconnected of humanity. for 20,000 years, they lived separate from the rest of humanity until cook discovered them in 1753. When he whatever did the coast or whatever, Australian, he discovered them for 20,000 years, the aborigines were cut off from the rest of mankind. And guess what? They have

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the myth of a great flood.

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The Bible has the great flood, the Quran has the flood, right? The origin stories of ancient Babylon have the great flood. Now, what is the secular skeptics? Ha, ha, look at these mythologies, they're all the same. You can flip it around 180 and say, What? Why do all of these civilizations have a great flood myth?

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Because there was a great flood. And all of these are coming from the great flood. You see what I'm saying here, right? Yeah, need the glass is half full, half empty. The same thing can be flipped around. And rather than deny faith, you can say but it makes sense. Therefore, how could the aborigines and the native Indians both have the great flood myth? How is that even possible? Think about it. Now. True. The details are very different, right? But that's because when you pass the fact from one person to one person to one person, what happens right? You could even try it at home, get 10 people right to stand together and just do it. And you will be shocked at what you

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See, even Hadeeth narrators might find themselves to be required to be left alone with Stan. Internal joke. So where was I, the great flood myth?

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I apologize for grounding you and all of this great flood myth. Something about the job, let's get back to the judge.

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The notion that every single civilization, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, it has some notion of an evil entity that shall deceive mankind towards the end of times. Isn't it interesting? Isn't it something that makes you think, right, and there are so many, you know, these these folkloric movies that are made by Hollywood, right, that, you know, the Antichrist is gonna come? You know, there's many of these it's in their psyche, it's in their civilization and culture, rather than flip it around and say, oh, mythology was say, there is a common origin. So our Prophet system said, every prophet has warned his own about the job. From the time of new Halley's sallam, he also told us that

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I shall tell you something that nobody has told before me. So he's going to give us an interesting fact that no prophet before has mentioned. Now, by the way, I find it interesting personally, that if you look at the folklore of the non Muslims, the Christians, they also have in their folklore, that the job shall be born to a family that is righteous overall, and is praying for a child for a long time.

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And that the child will come and will flip on the parents. This is something in their folklore, we find it in our traditions as well. Okay.

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And one thing we do not find in Christian folklore at all in Jewish folklore, is that the jar will be deformed.

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And what do we find is Sahih Bukhari and Muslim, the prophet system saying, I will tell you something, that no other Prophet told his people that the jar will be deformed. So panela Look, do you see Do you guys don't see I'm saying here, you guys understand I'm saying certain issues of the Judeo Christian folklore matches with ours. This one thing that the Prophet system said, I am telling you, and no prophet before me told his people is that he shall be born and one of his eyes is deformed. And guess what? That is not found in any of the Judeo Christian folkloric tradition. Isn't that amazing? And this is a sign of image for us. Now, is it the right dye or the left dye, a

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huge controversy between our scholars which is very little Yanni, not much of it, you know, fruitful discussion for us? Some of them are say, some Rhoda might say both of his eyes are going to be because I'll tell you what his issue once again, authentic ahaadeeth seem to seem to potentially contradict one had even mentioned his right eye will be like a grape on his left eye will be like fasted putrid, does it mean that one of the narrator's messed up and the process of either said right or left and then

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or does it mean both eyes are messed up, Allah knows best, Allah knows best. And some of them I tried to make Gemma and they say but it appears to me that Allah knows best that one eye is going to be messed up and the other eye will be normal. So this is something that Prophet says I mentioned that the one of the eyes will appear like a rotten grape so you know a grape that you leave it for a while it pops open, there's a brownish area disgusting to look at, that will be the eye of the judge. So the Profit System is saying, recognize that man, when you see him, that will be one eye that will be open an evil and putrid and festering, and what disgusting. That is one of the signs of

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that job. Another sign is that the job will appear like a young man. So he's not going to be an old person. He will appear like a young man, and he 2030 years old, he's not going to be 50 6070 his shekel his facial features will be that of a young man. Another sign the Prophet has mentioned that the child will have curly hair, so he's not going to have straight hair. He's going to have curly hair, okay, you don't need to look at your fellow friends and measure him with not

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calm down bro smilla

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display none of your friends are the judge or else that makes you the supporter of the judge. So look at it that way. When you make fun of your friend as a potential that value become the supporter of the potential that job so be careful who you make fun of. So another sign is that the hair is going to be curly. And one of the signs that we are all

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Aware of we are all aware of the Prophet system said, Every Muslim with an ounce of a man shall recognize

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the words filled, written on the forehead of the child. Now, this sign is a sign of a man, it is not a physical sign, because the calf will see the gel and not see anything. Right? It is something that Allah will give to the believer. This is the eyes of the unimog not the eyes of the

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heart, not the eyes of the physical eyes. So the most men will see that the job and we'll see written on him carfit and then to emphasize the point, the Profit System spelled it out calf, Ra will be written kafir will be written on his forehead. So, this is something that is also authentically mentioned as well our Prophet sallallahu I said I mentioned that the journal shall travel the whole world will revisit every city now, when any when something mentions in the Koran everything or every city or every issue, some people want to interpret this literally that every single small village shall be visited by the job, we need to understand the word kulu in Arabic, we

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should know this as Arabic the word kulu does not necessarily mean the English every it can mean a lot of it can mean a lot of and it can mean every you understand. So the word cool in Arabic does not necessarily mean every in English. It could also mean a lot of and we know this from the Quran and Sunnah Allah says in the Quran to them muru kulesza Shea in the MDR of Bihar,

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the wind of the mood, destroyed everything. But it's not everything. Did the wind that was sent to the mood destroy the rest of the world. But Allah says cooler shape.

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So the word kulu and also woman crocheted Holohan. So Janie, this is one of those things that if you log you know, some people leave Islam, the Murtha's for the most trivial reasons because their own ignorance doesn't understand the Koran. When they don't understand the Koran. They end up rejecting Islam. And I've read online, one of the famous motets who is rejecting Islam and making fun of me he goes Look, the Quran says woman could only share in katakana so Jane, and the Amoeba is not so Jane.

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Because of this will become scaffold. And I say his mind is the size of an amoeba. That's why he became coffee. Doesn't know basic Arabic. When a law says woman could, Leisha in Holland so Jane, it does not mean that every single species must be so Jane. It could mean the default is though Jane and that is the reality doesn't mean that every single entity has to have so Jane you can have a sexual reproduction which takes place in our world. See where I went from where to where Subhanallah

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we have five minutes left inshallah we will continue this there any quick questions, I apologize. I do apologize. Actually. I'm coming back from hedge so my mind is not fully I have wandered today more than I typically do. So I apologize for that, but my mind is not fully recovered, make sure that inshallah we can get back on good health so that I can inshallah get back on a more concise lecture. I was hoping to do double this amount today, we might have to have three lectures on the job. I hope you guys don't mind, but we'll go into more detail inshallah. So now we have a few minutes for q&a before Salatin Eurasia this man is.

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So is a very good question about our brother, that how if we say according to Chef rasheeda, and others, if we say that the hadith of Jemima daddy is not authentic, how did it happen? Did the Sahaba stuff full of stuff for the mess up? We have to realize the average chain of narrators between Mr. Muslim mm Bahati, and the processor is six people.

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Don't jump right at the Sahaba. There's plenty of people in the middle where and this is actually well known for those who study Hadith, sometimes the third, fourth narration and this is very common, you might have heard something from someone.

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And when years go by, he assumes you heard it from a narrator of Hadith. And he then projects it mistakenly mistakenly, he projects it to a headache, and it's not a headache. Okay, and this is the job of the more discerning scholars to sift through. And that's why I said Do we even

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Want to open this door? And I said the majority did not open this door, which is why they considered that 80 of the move to be authentic.

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And no, not about no you get

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inside not to me my daddy. No, no to that.

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Mr. Bill hataoka lavonne passed away very early on. We do not know how much he was monitoring Vanessa yet towards the end of his life. So Allah knows best or minimum cutoff he passed away as we know it, you know, in the 12th year of the 113th of the hedgerow. Eben siadh, lived many years after this. So he himself was unclear because he was unclear his children outside and what even or what were also unclear, but the majority of tab your own and later scholars realized and had been told me and others mentioned this, that there is no way that had been set yet could be the actual digit. And this doubt came because they witnessed him interacting with the prophet SAW to send them so no doubt

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when they saw the evil that was in him. So they have some doubt. Even I was at a local dairy we saw in his narration, the rumors spread until the end of his life. And even I was like, I don't know what to do with this guy. So those things, we have to understand that the doubts

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of other Sahaba even said, we're a temporary one. Because of that timeframe, you understand what I'm saying here? Once situation goes on, and it's clear that had he been that actual that job? He wouldn't have done all that he had done, so that we can now verify and say he was not that big. It was one of the minor digits. Sisters, any questions?

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Back to the brothers Yes. Bismillah.

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Do we just mentioned Oh, ebenso Yeah, no, no, no, the prophet system did not see. Even Sajjad having Kaffir on him. Also even say I was a child and the time of the process. And the doubt was, is he going to grow up and become that that child? Right. So from the traditions we learn that the john will grow up in a regular household, and he will become the judge in a day like have said something will happen to make him angry, then something's going to happen and then the child will appear out before that he's just an evil person. So this is the doubt was this. even say that evil person?

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No, the minor the jazz are not going to have coffee. And they're not going to have our No.

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Why did they think

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but they were worried Ignacio might become that the journal and when he becomes the journal, Khafre will appear when he becomes the judge, all of the signs are going to come. They will show that was the issue. Okay, final question then what conclusion?

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He is from the children of Adam. Yes.

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This is the question of next week. Perfect question. That's a segue to next week. Our brother says, How does the judge have the powers that he should have but we didn't mention any powers yet? those powers will be mentioned next week inshallah Tada. And on that Shahzad cliffhanger note inshallah to Allah. We shall pause our lecture and then resume next Wednesday at Santa

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Following this series  The Signs of Judgement Day, Sheikh Yasir Qadhi takes on the topic of the Masih al-Dajjal, the first of the ten major signs of Judgment Day.

The topic of Dajjal is begun in this talk and concluded in the next. This episode introduces the individual Masih al-Dajjal and differentiates him from the our beloved prophet Isa a.s. to whom the term Masih is also applied. There is however a clear difference between the two titles and Sheikh Yasir delves into this matter thoroughly.

Our respected Sheikh thereafter proceeds to expound the origin of Dajjal, an aspect Muslims have always been curious about. And it is also interesting to note that the Dajjal is mentioned in other religious scriptures too under the title the Antichrist.

With everything that’s happening in the world today and the speed at which Time appears to be moving, let us not  waste any more of that precious commodity Allah has gifted Muslims. Make the time today to listen to this series on the Signs of Judgment Day by Sheikh Yasir Qadhi.


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