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What does this Sayed say in arabic?

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Salam alaykum

In the video below the sayed mentions three things at 13:00 

 

He mentions some animals which is permitted to "gamble" on, but which one is mentioned? Something with al-hafir

 

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16 minutes ago, yasahebalzaman.313 said:

Ahsaanti* ;p

And enjoy your Halal Gambling! :D

 

Hehe!

Btw. could you answer me what "al khuff" and "al hafeer" exactly means? I mean, does it mean that horsebetting is halal or is that betting between horse and mule is halal? What did the Sayed exactly say?

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23 minutes ago, Ali-F said:

 

Hehe!

Btw. could you answer me what "al khuff" and "al hafeer" exactly means? I mean, does it mean that horsebetting is halal or is that betting between horse and mule is halal? What did the Sayed exactly say?

Al-Haafer meaning the Hoof of animals.

Al-Khuff, it's something related to the feet also, it's the part where you wipe your foot to do woudou'.

Technically he used those 3 names to distinguish the types of permitted gambling. And yes he was confirming that all 3 types of these are halal to gamble on. I didn't watch the whole video but that was the context of his hadith. Then he continued talking about the Haram games...

 
     
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