Hudaibiyyah – The Clear Victory with Sh Bilal Ismail

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If Coca Cola enough atonia has another filler for the Hazara, okay, another one that said, I'm Wally Kumara de la he will work out to everybody. Welcome to our CEO, this monthly car lecture series by our dear chef Bilal joining us all the way from South Africa. Durban Yes, yes. Yes, Durban, Durban, Durban, South Africa, Mashallah. And we're really honored to have him hamdulillah with us. And he will last month discussing the love of the prophets as alum and mentioning starting the discussion about the Treaty of Arabia. We were in the middle of that, and I will turn it over to Shaykh bill to continue that discussion as he sees fit to Zach Lowe finishes for the Quran.

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Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.

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to

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people you can unmute yourself to say what he wants that I'm no problem, huh? Welcome, Sam. Personnel g assembly line Hello, Bill alameen wa sallahu wa sallam obata collab de la sweetie heat Amina Mohammed whiner alley he was like a huge marine and by that Adnan was saying then one more I haven't become I won't come out with your brothers and sisters in Islam and then was that and then one more have a big one. So you people are in a London which is in Canada, Masha Allah how confusing that is a lot expansion.

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So the town is called London. That's righteous Mashallah, Mashallah we even have a river Thames River everything's the same it's a copy Mashallah, Mashallah j That's right. That's similar to how old brothers you know in duck cow so they say well, it rhymes with maka Masha Allah

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hi Yah, como la al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa sallam robotic Abdi he was really keen to beat Mohammed wa ala alihi wa sahbihi edge marine a mulberry. And then was that and then one more haven't become me the lake it's Allah we continue our discussion with regards to the GT of who they be in sha Allah. J ID. The Treaty of the BIA in the year six after the hegira of our associate Allah while he was selling them those who are attending this halaqaat here would we say that majority of them are under the age of 20 or that's a minority

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I think we would have we have a decent

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a decent spread of people

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Yeah, not not not not just all you know younger audience I think we have a pretty good mixture of people here. Oh, Mashallah. Somebody is is 76 years old Subhan Allah

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Allah hi yah como la trade alcohol Bismillah for him. So the Treaty of Peru the BIA Why did we begin with the Treaty of Libya remember we met we met one halaqa ago and that was a month ago there was a month ago Jade

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Why did we begin with the cheeky DB? Why did we follow the normal route of beginning with the birth of the restaurants that a lot of money was selling or beginning with the beginning of why he etcetera, etcetera j similar to how you find in maybe some books or some movies that at the beginning they take you there in the middle of matters in the middle of matters. And because then you realize, whoa, this was so important, this incident here j and so then you look at gets your interest at looking at what comes before what comes after etc etc insha Allah as for the usual one, there are all sorts that a lot while he was selling was born in this certain year, etc. Roberts that

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a lot of it was him his father passed away when he was at such a young age, his mother passed away when he was at such age, etc. Most of the books of Sierra etc. We've been through them like that while hamdulillah so we thought let's put you there in the middle Bang instalay he'd be delighted to Allah Jr. Excellent.

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So this is called the Treaty of Libya. And we said that some historians they even called it as what would they be a was what will who they be was one meaning like the Battle of the bee but technically there was no fighting which occurred but because there are all sorts of a lot of value with them and the Muslims they weren't faced with a hostile enemy. And they had pledged to the lawsuits that a lot of it was still up that come what may we will fight if we have to fight We will fight if we have to fight will not come to fight. We are ready our interim governments We left our big arms and swords etc. in Medina and Buddha wore off we've not come with all of that we may have a small arms etc that

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we have with a small knives and small swords etc. digas. We didn't come to fight. We came for what we came to perform an omura which our assumes that a lot more

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It was in a dream and the dreams of the MBR. They are true. And so if the lawsuits that are lobbyism saw it, they definitely it's going to come through. And we definitely will be performing this omura diet. And so and we will see, at the end of this incident, when the lawsuits that a lot of it was sent agrees to set in conditions or more on your long tail and Omar, that giant, the promise that a lot of them said, if there was anyone who would be a newbie after me, that would be Omar giant. And so this Omar, probably longer than it would come. You're also like, How come? How can we accept these conditions? These conditions are bad, they are sad, they are an embarrassment, we cannot

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accept these conditions or lawsuits and a lot of it wasn't accepted all of those conditions. And so a lot of the ordinances jasola. Didn't you say to us that we are going to perform the Amara, I mean, your dreams are true, didn't us say that we are going to perform the overall. So why are we stopping? Why are we agreeing to these conditions? Why are we agreeing to go back to Medina and come back next year? Why are we doing all of this year giant profits that are largely with Samson? Did I say to you that you will perform the owner this year?

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I told you you won't perform ombre diet. And if we don't perform it now, well, I never promised you that you're going to do it in this trip here. I didn't promise you you're going to do it in this year. chariots panel up. So I luckily had we saw that the Sahaba they were willing to fight if the need be. And it's also called the soul of the BIA the Treaty of put me in sha Allah. We said that even though I'm deliberately the famous Maliki scholar he said that least if he has a what are our suits that are law fine he was selling my Yeah, I do buy the run or you have to meet her in LA has went through the BS that

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that none of the backers or the has a lot of the lawsuits that a lot what he was saying even come close to the Battle of burger. None of them even come close to the Battle of burden. A lot oz whatever who they be Yeah, in their house. What else would they be? Yeah, except the Battle of the Treaty of who they be. Yeah. Because it was so so so super important. In our previous magis when we ended off, we left you with that tidbit that think about this.

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All sorts of long while he was in and was born. And then 40 years of his life. He is not a newbie. And then at the age of 14, he is now a prophet Masha Allah, He does not work in Makkah and will cover a man for about what 13 years 13 years in Makkah al mocha Rama, and then he migrates to Medina and wanna ward off shreeji for the VA is in the six after he dropped six after he dropped back in the middle there six after he dropped. Excellent. And so now that six years after the hegira, plus the 13 years that he was doing that while in Makkah total it six plus 13 gives us 19 years, 19 years of that I had a lot that all sorts of a lot while he was he's involved in if you have to count the

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number of people who became Muslim in these 19 years here, they are many, many, many times less many, many, many times less, then the ones who will embrace Islam. After the Treaty of who they be at the 6678 910 proposal, a lot of it was said passes away in the 11th. So in those last five years, the people the number of people wear braces now far outweigh the number of people with belief system during the first 19 years. Remember our thoughts that a lot of it was Selim. When he performs his Hajj, the historians mentioned plus minus plus minus maybe 100,000 people had performed the Hajj. Okay, let's go before that in the eight after he dropped. So here we are in the six. Two years

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later, the conquest of Makkah, somebody says my camera is lagging from my side. I don't see any issue. Try it. So I'll actually try it.

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So this is in the CS six after he dropped in the eight after he dropped the conquest of Makkah, the conquest of Makkah province that a lot while he was seven comes with 10,000 from Medina, alguna wa 10, thousands to kind of walk during this

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treaty of Libya, he just has a few hundred and two years later, he's going to have 10,000 that astronomical increase in the number of Muslims was only possible because of this treaty of her baby. Because when there was peace and there was serenity, and there was cessation of the hostilities people could talk people people could visit one another people what what is all this Islam about you know, my father is against it, etc. Tell me about it, visit their cousins, visit their uncles etc. And that's Islam spread what hamdulillah and we eventually got much

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How? Because the Meccans in the Treaty of who they be in the Treaty of who they be read, the Muslims have agreed on this treaty here with the Mexicans, and our allies are with us on our side. And the allies of the Mexicans are on their side. So what did the Mexicans eventually due? Two years later, they assisted.

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They assisted their allies against the allies of the Muslims. And by doing that, technically, they broke the Treaty of who they be. And that's why the lawsuits that a lot of us have gathered up the Muslims, I mean, we we generally we might say he gathered up the army. But I mean, there was no proper army at that time. It's the baker, it's the the person who repair shoes, and now it's time to defend etc. They pick up the arms and they go out to fight that was the realities of law. And so 10,000 they join and they take over my cable cover, it was possible, how could the lawsuits analyze and do this with one say that Subhana Allah Rasul Allah while he was agreed to the Treaty of prodibi

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here, and two years later, he breaks the treaty. And he comes and takes over my cup. What a treacherous person who asked suppiler law, who broke the Treaty of Libya, it's the Meccans. How did they break the Treaty of Arabia, they have the allies, the partners against the allies of the Muslims. And by doing that, they broke the treaty for Libya. And it's panela, like the criminals that they were, they sent a representative and it was Abu Sufyan, the fog of war area, it was not wisdom at the time, they sent him all the way to Medina. And whenever that go and speak to Mohammed and tell him that you want to renew the Treaty of Libya, you don't want to like ratify it, etc. So

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how about Ico? Is there any reason for this? There's no reason for this, or why do you want to ratify it and double make sure we we've already agreed upon it. Two years ago, we are appointed, we have not been treacherous in anything, because those criminals in Makati know that they've gone against the teacher for the last time. So we are underway. Yeah, I met a lot. Let us some revision in chat a lot with regards to what we come in. We said that our assaults that a lot of it was some sort in a dream that he was performing this fall off on on the Kaaba that his head was shaving. So however, we're extremely happy. Many of them had not gone to Africa for such a long time. I remember

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even back and remember, well, our lawsuits that a lot while he was selling them. He has a super special sentimental attachment to Makkah Alma Karima Your father is originally from or your grandfather's really from Russia or for example, throughout your life, even if you are the age of 25, that, you know you have this affinity with the shower, you maybe want to visit a shower one day, you've never visited it. You know, one day I want to go and visit see where my grandfather, great grandfather, etc. Well from imagine the lawsuits that alarm It was 753 years of his life. He lived in Nicaragua. We mentioned the Sierra and we move through these parts and we don't really ponder

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over it. For 53 years of his life. He never did not care about what he was leaving. He looked back at the city and he said you are the most beloved of places to a lot. Remember myself and yourself. We know that the allameh are of the European Union that the most sacred of place on the face of this earth etc. It is McConville. Karima. We know that right. It's the number one after that comes with dinner and went to war. And after that the Masood Azhar we know that will hamdulillah but think about our knowledge in comparison to the knowledge of the lawsuits that a lot of it was windows was that a lot of it was and knows that Mac karma is the most beloved of places to a lot. It's the place

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where which contains the house of Allah built by

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Allah His center, who is Ibrahim and he sent him except one of the forefathers of our lawsuits that a lot of it was seller, who is the one who found the well of Zamzam. None other than the grandfather of the lawsuits that a lot of it was the lead who's been in charge of feeding the pilgrims etc, that are that they buy to Hashem. So the lawsuits that a lot while he was selling him sappy has a special attachment with will cover up. What year was he born, he was born in the year of the elephant, when the Kaaba when Luca Rama was saved from abraha there these birds came and destroyed the army of Abraham etc, Jade imagine that all sorts of along while he was in city one night, and he's in bed

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with honey jar of your loved Anna Anna. And she mentioned to him the stories that you know what, we know you the year you were born, remember she was older than him according to according to the famous opinion that she was at the age of 40. And he got married to her when he was 25. That's the famous opinion and even the other opinion, which is that she was 28. Either way, she was still older than the lawsuits that a lot of it was setting up. Let's go with the famous one that she was 40 right which you

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more famous opinion, not necessarily the more authentic, not necessarily the more credible, but it's the more famous opinion. Okay? So she's like what

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she's like 15 years old in general. So somebody was telling me so she was a teenager she was a teenager. According to our norms, she was a teenager in America when the app whenever a hockey with his army to destroy the cover, and she was probably with the people who fled Makkah and walk around and they went to the mountains, and they were checking what's going to happen, etc. j. So, imagine she's telling the promise of a long while he was about all of the stories the year that he was born panela the year of the elephant point in all of that, that your soul you're gonna be Your Habib sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a special attachment with Micah alberca Rama and so imagine how sad

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it must have been upon him how it must have hurt his heart when he had to leave karma and go to Medina alguna worauf now he sees in the dream is happening. He wants to come to a cattle we'll call him up well hamdulillah we said that they had also taken with them 70 sacrificial animals, did he take all of the heavy armament and the armor in all of these things? No, absolutely not. Any person anyone out there who wanted to perform an ombre from amongst the Arabs was allowed to go and perform over the makings, were the custodians that arranged they were custodians, etc, of, of my caliber karma, and they would allow people to perform the O'Meara and the Hajj, but you are Mohamed, your

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Mohammed, we will not allow you, you will not allow remember, there was this there's bad blood, there is bad blood, there was the Battle of butter with the Muslims were victorious. Then there was the Battle of over which the Muslims lost, but the police wanted to destroy Islam and the Muslims and they failed at that. Then there was also the siege on Medina alguna WA, they came to destroy the Muslims and Islam and they failed at that and now the Muslims are coming to my candy they feel that they have the eyes of the British Muslim has such an odd such an audacity that they just want to come here and according to the norms and their conditions that they think they are the boss yet we

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will not allow that j it excellent.

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Then we discuss the matter of the Muslims they got news that

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call it imminent lead was sent with the group and they were trying to intercept the Muslims the Muslims by past them etc. Took a different route and they settled at the area of the area of who they be yet right.

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We spoke about the different delegations and I'm sure our previous majlis might have been recorded and so you have access to that inshallah. We spoke about the different negotiators that ambassadors with we saw that was a matter of your long tail and he was sent to a camel kurama province to allow you some tools Omar, but Omar said you know he also like I don't really have family there, etc, etc. Maybe somebody else trade. We also spoke about the other messenger of lawsuits that a lot of it was sent who was sent and reclaim a beat up this person etc. A lot Mustang Jade reclaimer hamstrung the camera and was about to kill that qirush Jade, and until others intervene and he was let go. And so

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they were

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they were ruthless. They were ruthless. They were ruthless. And this crema. He is the son of Abu Jamal during the conquest of Makkah, two years from now he is they will be on that special list. Even if you find him holding on to the curtain of the Kaaba, where people go to find protection. Even if you find him they kill him because he's a major criminal. Eventually he fled his wife came to the lawsuits that a lot while he was and then he pled with the lawsuits that allege please have clemency have mercy upon my husband, etc. And he even truly embraced the stamp while hamdulillah Excellent. So we talked about some of your love that and then we saw that

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the Quraysh they offered Abdullah even ob even said that if you the head of the winner 15 if you want to perform in Omaha or something like that, you know, no problem, you know, you can go ahead, etc Jade.

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And this matter here that supposedly Abduh, like a bit of a busy schedule, that he was also in that caravan with the Muslims. And he was given the offer to perform this ombre. This is something that some historians mentioned. Not all of the historians that mentioned this matter mentioned his presence. Why is it an issue? Because if we say that he was present, then it becomes an issue that later on, there was the pledge of allegiance, which was done under the chief we're not sure whether it was this tree. Remember, remember remember, we said that we don't know which exact ci it was, but it was well under one of the acacia trees there Jade. That's why Judy O'Meara Stein, he has some of

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the trees cut down. Why? Because people started to go to the tree and sit down under the tree and make some special sauce.

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or this or that etc and a lot of didn't want to have any of that point is when the promise that a lot of them took the pledge of allegiance from the people if I'm doing like even obey even saloon was also in this caravan that he might have pledged allegiance and if he pledge allegiance it's a problem why because the West is saying that only the true believers are pledge allegiance and Abdullah even obey even saloon is a win after and that's why his presence is something which is disputed most of the historians don't mention him being present and also kind of water that knows best. We said that the best of the Sahaba were those who fought in the Battle of butter and then

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after that, those the first famous 10 who are granted the glad tidings of Paradise then those are brother and then those are they are to read one insha Allah trade I think it was around this point that we had stopped

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diet and so now we will continue from where we had stopped in our previous mejlis

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j Bismillah. him

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so the negotiator of the police. She comes along now. negotiator of the parish, what was his name? So he Mr. Suhail, Mr Jade, this negotiator of the place to heal him, fought against the Muslims in the battle a battle fought against the Muslims in the Battle of or heard fought against the Muslims in the expedition in the Battle of hendak so this guy is a seasoned fighter and seasoned enemy of the Muslims right three battles panela he's been battling the Muslims alongside Jacob and in battle a brother he was captured he was taken prisoner and

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was this professor of law while he was selling them

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later prophets Allah he was selling them when he was it was during the time with the prophet SAW off it was said when to apply if or the promise that a lot of it was hidden when to bite if and he was returning back to karma because it's as if he's like passport expired when he left McCain he went to die if when he was still living in Makkah, now you left my Can you enter by if your passport has been revoked, or you don't really have citizenship here now anymore trade and so to get back into Africa, he needed protection of some people and one of the people that he requested please can you give me a protection to enter into Makkah was this way into our trade was the so he probably chose

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us that so alien normal Yes, he was somebody who fought against the Muslims in Burma and offered and handed but the mere fact that the promise that a lot of it was a previous he had asked him Can you give me protection shows that he wasn't one of those dirty enemies. He wasn't one of those like Abu johal type of individuals straight and eventually he will embrace this now Well, I can believe that right. But obviously at this moment in time, he is not able to swim dragon. And so it's really not gonna come to the scene. They're promised for a long while he was upset to this Harbor, love on several alaikum and ruco that your affair has become easy that the man's name is Sal. Sal means

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easy. And so because his name is Sal in sha Allah in sha Allah light in sha Allah, that every person has a share of the name in sha Allah g so the person who is solid in sha Allah de Arte solid in sha Allah g excellent and so this is like a good omen trade and and so imagine this now with a promise that a lot ism says to this harbor that your affair has become easy for you What do you guys think? Don't you agree that most of the Sahaba were very happy now ah we definitely gonna go and perform the oma all is gonna go well well hamdulillah Robertson along when he was seven so he'll they're going to negotiate something and then we're going to go and we're going to perform the overnight in

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chat a lot. Most likely that's what they thought when they heard the promise that a lot what he was saying that your affair has become easy now. Meaning we're going to go fairly soon. And we're going to perform the ombre Jade. Excellent. Was that the reality nose panel lottery, and so promising a lot what he was saying. So when they begin the negotiations, and a lot of you're logged in, and he was the scribe writing for the process, that was when he was set up. And so the agreement eventually they had it written down Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem so so he said no, no, no, we don't agree with Bismillah was Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Ar Rahman AR Rahim we don't acknowledge any of that joy,

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remove remove all of that. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said remove that scratch it off remove it and so on and doesn't want to do that. prophets Allah have said remove it remove it. And so it was eventually removed trade so so he got his way and your loved one and had it removed. And then the continuing out this is what prophets Allah what he was saying Mohammed I'm not I'm building up the ladder of school of Allah as agreed with so alien number then that's the doctor punish.

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So Suhail said I mean, this Muhammad Rasul Allah or I made Ya Rasulullah. We don't acknowledge

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I mean, the whole issue here is we don't acknowledge that you either have sola Bala had we acknowledge that we wouldn't have had all of these issues. So remove rasulillah. As you know, the along the line provinces also told you to remove it. And he's like, no, you're also a lot. I mean, you understood a lot, whether they acknowledge whether they don't acknowledge whether they like it or not, you are the result of a lot. And so probably saw some troll earlier, you know, remove it. And so a little you're logged on and he says, No, I'm not going anymore, but I know not. Now I live in and he said, No. Is it trying to be arrogant? Is it trying to be stubborn? Is it trying to be

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disobedient to the lawsuits that have no out of respect? Technically, he's like, refusing normals, panela your mom and your Manzella in your position, Yasuda law, I mean, who would mean lack of better words? Who the hell are they? Who the hell are they trying to dictate upon you? You You stick by your guns, you are the result of a lot. Important point. Why? Because you find

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that later on when the prompts are off, it was in degrees to the to the DBA he says to the Sahaba that shave your heads now. We are not going to go for ombre we're going to come next year.

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No, jasola No, no, no, no, no, no. We came to perform, Allah will go and perform overall. Don't worry about them. We will go out of Sula, you will lead us and we will go is it you know what? Please go and shave your heads. It's all finished. We will come back next year. We are exiting the state of Iran. rasulillah No, no, no, no, don't worry.

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Now you find that some groups who are non Sunni so they use this incident or look at the Sahaba Oh, this will be good. They are not listening to the lawsuits that a lot while he was selling provice awesome to them shaved their heads and they being disobedient. Yeah, so kind of law. Yes. I don't know why why do that why do that giant you know you are you are you are reading into matches Jade, a lot of Mustangs and for the various plots, etc. This is a habit, they were refusing to shave their heads because they thought we can, you know get the results that allow them to still go and perform the ombre. But when the problem solution came out and he shaved his head, then they realized Ah,

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it's all finished. There's no hope now. And then they all raced and they all shaved their heads will happily trade and we don't say ah okay, you should or you should look at Ollie. Look at Ali Ali was also refusing to take out Mohammed Rasulullah we don't do that. Because we understand that he was doing this out of love food or schools or lollies out of respect for the prom. So while while he was selling Jade panela I actually had and so then I he said no promise the lesson is different rewired? He asked, you know, where's it where's it written? And so it was shown to him and then the prompts to the ladies having had it removed, and then it states had then it was lifted. Mohammed Abdullah

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Abdullah, so you found that Abu Waleed al badji. He said that after Mohammed Rasulullah was removed from there, when the prophet SAW along it was and he wrote his name. He wrote a Mohammed Abdullah Abdullah, he wrote Mohammed Abdullah

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and so the only one what what are you talking about promising a lot one He is an expert, you know, before and he was unelected. He couldn't read and write. So I believe the advantage he said no, no prophet SAW what he said you know, from this point here, he he could j because the duration mentioned scabbia Katha he wrote gatorback he wrote who wrote Well, apparently it's the promise that along what he was saying, who wrote the how do we answer this? A lot mentions in the novel for undergraduates that a lot of it was me Sam let it and then here we find that gatorback sign so he'll behati that he wrote. So we say number one, I they it means that he wrote meaning the promise of a

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lot what he was saying he had somebody write it wasn't Ollie but somebody else promise or Wally's have had it written Dre had somebody write for him there Mohammed Abdullah, that's one interpretation. Another interpretation is that maybe the prophet SAW wasn't even wrote his name, he wrote a Mohammed Abdullah and that doesn't remove him from being an unlimited Prophet, that many a person you know, they might not be able to read and write and stuff like this, but just they leave, they might be able to do that one or two letters, etc, be able to write it down. Right. And that doesn't remove from them that they can't read and they can't write. But those are some

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interpretations with regards to with regards to this matter, well of the Allah Allah

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as per the agreement that the promises are made with the parish that no Amara this year, go back to Medina come back next year, and you can perform the ombre next year. And also when you come back next year, you will only be allowed in Makkah for three days and you will not come with your swords, you don't come with a big swords or anything like that right. Now imagine that the feeling of the Sahaba when they are hearing this really comes to the ears that these are the conditions a lot from Stein Jade and and also you know

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The prophets that along while he was selling them,

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generally, as some Sahaba said, we've never seen anyone who makes more Matura than the Prophet sallallahu it was selling them. It's a hobby. I've never seen anyone who does so much of Ashura, you know, discussing and deliberating like I've seen the process, a lot of money was sent. And he's the one who gave it to liberation from Allah. And he does so much of sre. What a message for us that we should always do that to supernova right. Now, generally, that's the norm of the prophets that alarm while he was saying them, but here it would he be, is he making Matura?

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No, he's not. He's not discussing with the Sahaba. himself. And so he number and negotiating, and he is agreeing to certain conditions without making any Matura with the Sahaba. It's important to note right? And then also the conditions seem very, very bad, no ombre this year, come back next year, only three days, don't bring your swords. And if anyone from Makkah embraces Islam, and he comes to Medina, and whenever you must send him back to Makkah, you must exactly must kick him out from Medina or whatever, and you must send him back to Africa. Even though he's a Muslim. Even though he wants to live in Medina, you will send him back and panela if anyone leaves Islam in Medina and

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Buddha wore off, and he wants to come to Makkah, you must allow him to come to Makkah, para la. I mean, that condition seems to be going against the Muslims from both directions, along with Stein Jade, and then also that we will seize the hostilities for 10 years. So the lawsuits that allow us to agree to all of these matches side note.

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You see, this must allow off

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if somebody leaves Islam

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in Medina alguna WA, then you the Rasul of Allah, you must allow this person to go all the way back to my karma. Technically the person who leaves Islam in Medina, is he not too bad? Yes, he's about that he is an apostate. Well, the problem is I was I'm agreed that that apostate we will not apply any penalty upon him, but we will allow him safe passage to go to Mecca karma, this is one of the proofs of those or lemma who state that apostasy, the apostasy penalty, it is not a high punishment, but rather it is a zero punishment all now what is all of this yet you're giving me a headache, Jay, just take this fit that and if you can understand it, Alhamdulillah if you don't, then don't worry,

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it's above your paygrade in sha Allah.

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So with regards to economic penalties, you have some of them which for like within the dominion of like the rights of a lot Jade, they are the Hadoop and we don't really have any seat in those matters. If the conditions are fulfilled, our job is to implement it. Whereas the unseen punishments This is up to the discretion of the judge. So for example, boy girl, the shopping center in holding hands with one another, and they are not married and stuff like this year. So here we don't have any specific penalty that the Shetty eye has laid down should he has laid down the penalty for Xena. Now this is not the foot major Xena. Now what happens in this case is do they just go scot free etc?

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This is up to the discretion of the judge. Was this the first time this happened? Was this the second time? I have they been warned etc. And so he can play around with certain types of punishments and penalties. Maybe you know what the guy would be once or twice or whatever it might be? Excellent. So those are some whenever the state majority say that the apostasy penalty falls within that had the category and so we don't really have any choice in the matter if we have a more dead our matter would be that we need to implement this. Let me go in the WC we're talking about. Tom Deacon. So man, it's me etc. Right?

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Other scholars said no, no, no, the apostasy law. This is a tassili type of punishment proof is it? Well, there are sorts of autism here these would have done if there weren't any more tags in Medina, that he agreed to allow them safe passage to go back to my cable karma. He never said no, no, no. If somebody leaves Islam, this is a high penalty, and I have to implement the death penalty upon them. No, he didn't say that brother, he agreed that give them a passage all the way to work. So that's a proof of those who say that it is a discretionary type of penalty, and not one of those that we don't have any leeway in the matter. J. Obviously, that discussion is a long discussion, but I'm

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just pointing it out that this was one of the proof from this matter. Hiya, Jimmy. And

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then also they agreed that whoever wants to ally with the Muslims would be the allies of the Muslims. Whoever wants to ally with the British would be an ally of the British and the rules will apply upon them. Likewise, we'll hamdulillah while all of this is happening, Abu jandal Abu jandal is who Swain

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There we go. She's off to college. She said he had embraced Islam is while that changed him day in Macau. Luca Roma eventually escaped

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He comes here to work with a BA and he says yes for 100 I managed to get myself free and I've come here when I will go back with new people to Medina and water, water and to the Muslims already happy my shot a lot, but his father is the negotiate of the place and his father said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the first person we're going to implement all of these conditions upon would be my son, the son here so he'll know a lot last time and his father stood up and you know, gave His Son a few punches, etc, beat him up a little bit and says that this is the first person we can apply all of these orders upon promise now why why he was saying he's trying to appeal to maybe

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the good nature of the Suhail IP number and the problem so what he said was saying to him, No, no, no inshallah you'll give him to us we'll give him to us inshallah, you know, so healing number No, no, I'm not going to give him to you. We're going to apply the pendant we can apply these rules regulations upon him otherwise there's no treaty there's no treaty game is over no treaty.

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A lot was done a long stand. And so the process of a lot of it was 70 turns to three I mean, basically the province license hands are like tied in this matter a lot in RNG. So I will gender I think it's in arrived in change. His father had previously imprisoned him in mechanical coma and the document was not completed as yet JB hadn't signed it etc. As the professor was and said, inshallah you will allow him because we haven't finished we haven't finalized ratified this document as yet. So you'll allow him in sha Allah, Allah said no, no, no, absolutely not. Absolutely not. J. And in fact, Omar of your local and came close to this Abu jandal and Omar is like, indicating to him take

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my sword. Take my dagger, take my dog and stab your father Jade, you know, you don't speak your back and change your up and beat you up. Sit right here. You grabbed my dagger grab my dagger. Do what you need to do. Right a lot. Mr. Andrade Oh, Stein. And

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from solahart he was sent to Abuja Yeah, by gender is fear. What

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is fear? What is it that makes summer have sunburn and hope for your reward in Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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Imagine that, that situation, imagine watching that, when you meet a spectator to that. Imagine the tensions with the Sahaba. Those were all sitting around there. Number one, they couldn't fathom in their minds, the province that Alison would agree to certain conditions like is agreed upon. They were not expecting that there's no overall going to happen this year, he usually makes sure with us, he's not making Matura here. And now I will gender a Muslim is going to go back with the Ph. D. What do you mean leaves Islam? What is beaten and tortured? And he leaves Islam when he dies? What's gonna happen? So Pamela, how can the resorts analyze and agree to all of this? Yep. Jay, we fight

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these people, we all died a long time. And so the tensions, the pressure, must have really been high. And the blood must have been boiling with many of the Sahaba. At some mention, if you had to do a survey with the Sahaba at that moment, how many of you technically agree with all sorts that along what he was saying, and the direction that he's going? How many of you disagree, you might have found that majority of them would have disagreed with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and that's why underline and that's why underlined and that's why I underlined later on in history, one of the Sahaba he said to the Tabby, that if the hippo II, that if you want to, you know cast aspersions,

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you want to find fault with anything find fault with this with my with your intellect, and your opinion, and the way that you see it and perceive it, etc, etc, it matters. But beware of like throwing away the heydays of the lawsuits that a lot of it was delivered. And all of these matches, Jade. Why? And then he gave the example of for the BIA. He said that we were there for the BIA.

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And I mean, the tensions must have been high. Most of us probably thought that no, no, no. But what I was always saying is agreed upon is not good, is not good for Islam, etc, etc. Rather, we know what's good rather than fight and don't agree, let's just do what we want to do. But the problem is a lot of it was agreed to these conditions. And then we lived to see that the province or wanwadi was Solomon's agreement was the correct decision to have been taken, because of the number of people who became Muslim, because eventually we got my camel karma because the orange broke the Treaty of Arabia, all of those things wouldn't have been possible if we didn't agree upon the teacher for the

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beer. So now in hindsight now later on in history, they can say yas panela probably saw what he was saying was super itj. Eventually when you see those things, but during that moment, you think that this is not all this can be this is the bad thing. This is the sad thing, because I agree with this. I hope you've understood this point. Yeah. Abdullah amatola. Brothers and sisters, I hope you've understood this point that this hobby is saying they don't you

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Three that Be careful be very, because at that moment we most likely would have gone with what we thought but we stuck with what the lawsuits that a lot of it was said and that became the manifest victory when hamdulillah Jade yeah come along and so we saw more of your love the line after the GDR for Libya was agreed upon. He comes to the promise that a lot while he was selling, then after the promises a lot he said he even goes to abubaker think about this. Omar comes out of Sula, how can we accept this? Are we not Muslims? Are they not too far away? Another point the truth? Are they not upon bottle promises? I've said yes we are the Muslims the upon market, then why are we accepting

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these conditions? Why are we accepting these conditions promised him said I am the result of a lot and I will not disobey Allah. command from a lot command from Allah. I am the result of a lot and I can do obey Allah j it. And so Omar, I mean, technically we would say he wasn't like satisfied. He then goes to Africa. I mean, if you finished off with the results that a lot is an End of story. But he goes to America and he says, Look, I mean, I mean Muslims are there not too far away not from the truth. I've been on point bothy, why are we accepting these things God speak to the problems that allow you to sell him. Look at Abu Bakar of your logline. Abu Bakar was a follower of the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to the tee or did Abubakar say he said Omar Know your place know your position? He's the sort of Allah and he will not do so be a lot analyze this panel watch it look at your look tonight. And so later on Omar he would say that I continue to give charity and Sadat by etc in atonement to allow for my you know, Arabic received once Jura audacity, audacity, the nerve, the nerve what had I was actually telling others on how and why and button etc, etc. So later on in history, Omar like regretted and so he says I give a lot of charity to make up for this day that I had this this like Jude Law from Stein, eventually

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the signatories to the agreement were earlier of your love that I do love that I do like ignore Suhail. So, the son of Sohail Ahmad, the son of Swain was a Muslim, and he was one of the signatories to this agreement of the Rockman of machmood salah and and others Jade

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obey that in between algebra and and other straight.

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Also, we find that some alumni they pull out from this agreement

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and the mere fact that there are so so often he was said, went ahead with the agreement. And he sent Abu gendell all the way back to my elbow kurama and he most likely who he was going to be tortured, etc, etc, right? So when am I pulled out from this, that in the modern world that we are living in today,

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sometimes they are different alliances, trade different alliances, and let's say for example, the Muslim living in in the UK, so he is a Muslim living in the UK is bought in the UK, etc, right. And now the UK goes to war with one Muslim country, right to the UK might be at war with another Muslim country. And they that Alliance etc, rather that relationship D is the relationship of antagonism relationship of maybe conflict of war of war G. But that doesn't necessarily break your alliance and your relationship with that country that you have already. And the Muslim shouldn't feel that me being here and living here in the UK, etc. I am like guilty, you know of some sort that my country

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is at war with another Muslim nation and I'm part of the Omar Mohammed, so a lot of it was sent him etc. And where did he pull this out from that you don't need to feel guilty or anything like that. We're not talking about you joining the UK army, and you're also going there killing Muslim soldiers, Muslims, we're not talking about that, right? We're saying that you as a citizen, and you're paying your taxes or whatever, but you have this guilty conscience that you know, I mean, how can why and budget etc. Well look at the example of Abu jandal that the prophet SAW a lot while he was having looked at the greater benefit the greater muscle and he went with that, even though Abu

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jandal wouldn't be tortured and suffered, etc, etc. And so different alliances straight we have a different relationship with Americans from from other matters, and I was to kind of auto show you

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how much of time you have left for eight minutes finish alone, we almost done each other. Right. So after the agreement was sorted out, then the prompts allow you some say to the Saba go and shave your heads, and so nobody's listening. And so the promises are mentioned to them three times go and shave your heads, but they are not listening. And one of them somebody else will Well, you said that we're going to go and move on the honor. Did I tell you this year did I tell you this year and so

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Eventually probably somebody sent and has some discussion with Alma Silva. And she says Alice, will you go out and you shaved your head, and then they will follow suit. And so the professor of law it was and did so he led by example, well, hamdulillah and his followers, they followed Masha Allah, and the Muslims. They also had one of the animals of Abu Jamal. This might have been confiscated, maybe in one of the previous expeditions, and they brought it along with them. And this

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the animal of Abu Jamal was slaughtered. And

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some of the meat was sent to some of the people in Makkah mukha Rama, they're the Muslims now they are on the return journey back to Medina and Buddha war.

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In a way, in the hearts of many Muslims, it must have been a very sad journey back to Widener. And Mona was Panama Jade. And they've now been on the road for plus minus, plus minus one and a half months. So the journey to mechanical karma, the period that they were stationed at for the BIA, and now on the journey back in all in all, it's plus minus 1.5 months that they were away from Medina, I went to war off and on the way back so that will affect is revealed. Seurat will forget the surah of the victory, the surah of the victory giant, I was proud of what the law states

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in Africa now let go for a movie now that we have granted you are manifest victory and Omar of the law of the land, trade or other the promise of the law what he was saying he said that I love these verses here. And this victory is more beloved to me than anything that the sun rises upon, meaning the entire dunya and that Hadith in Sahih Bukhari J. And

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as Panama on the way back to Medina and no water

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there were very, very tired and they have counted one place and bill out of your loved one and he was put in charge of waking them up for salt will fudge and he overslept. Billa or the law of the land overslept and the rest of the Sahaba everybody most of them they overstepped

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excuse me I'm shy Jade I've taken to sleep tablets. Just before eight o'clock I have taken to sleep tablets alomst and antihistamines and so they're making me a bit drowsy. So it's panela I talked about being Josie when we talking about the matter of the Sahaba oversleeping super high not luxury, and so be able to have your loved one and this to have $1 suits that I love I use and they overstepped at the time of solid fudge.

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And so later on this heat of the sun wakes them up. And so because of the promise of it simply the two sooner have a job. And then he played the two photographs a lot with Virgil and they predict in Java and this is obviously like a like a COBOL insha Allah Jade excellent. Let's discuss now final close matches and join the loose ends post who they be at me the lucky Tyler check it and after the GTR for the B Yeah, just thought we found that there was a woman by the name of Goldstone been talk about this one this step sister of woodsman or the along the line of good form been aka, step sister of man of the love that she had come to Medina and wanna water she embraced Islam and she left my

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cat and she now comes to Medina and whenever she comes to it, she comes to Medina and whenever and she says, I'm migrating for the sake of Allah, etc, etc. Now according to the Gita, Arabia didn't resign they that anyone comes with them when they come to Medina and want to send them back. Technically, yes. But then the broader sort of autism said, Well, technically, we didn't go into specifics with regards to men and with regards to a woman. So woman, it's a different story. It's a different story. The Treaty of Arabia was not explicit with regards to this matter, as the province of Watson allowed her to remain in Medina went to war. And so she was not sent back. And also the

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verse of the Noble Quran surah Mondavi now that you cannot send this believing woman back to her non Muslim husband, a non Muslim husband, his day in Makkah, karma we can't sit this Muslim woman to a non Muslim, non Muslim has been a in Makka Moo karma. And that's one of the proofs of majority of the orlimar. Who state that let's say for example, you have a copper, and it's john and Samantha, and Samantha becomes a Muslim right now, Samantha, once she becomes a Muslim, she will then go through the waiting period, there is that and three months and if her husband does not embrace Islam during this period here, then she has to leave him she has to leave him dread.

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Why because the Muslim woman cannot be in marriage with a non Muslim man. Right. And once you embrace Islam, then there shouldn't be any intimacy between herself and the husband, even though she's still in the waiting period there is, but there's no intimacy allowed because intimacy between a non Muslim and a Muslim is not not allowed.

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was the woman? No question. You have a sister she's at the age of 70. And she says, You know what? I've become Muslim and now I'm with my husband. And I mean a warrior you expect me to leave him Where am I going to go and neither die and all of these things up for that sake, I'm not going to embrace Islam, we say to our other you embrace Islam, you should embrace Islam, right embraces them, even if you live with this person and even if you know we say that this is a sin, etc. But that is less of an issue. They're not embracing a stamp, it's less of an issue compared to leaving Islam along Stein Jakes obviously we need to get our priorities in order with regards to that matter.

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Excellent. So of course on bit praqma she had come to Medina and when I water and she was not sent back to maka, maka, Rama and now Masha Allah, the Muslims. This is a very important point, a very important psychological advantage that the Muslims gained in this matter. They're technically now the Muslims and the British were like on equal footing.

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The Muslims, there were nobody, they were nobody jaded. They were nobody could be kicked from pillar to post. But now the Irish have negotiated a treaty with the Muslims. That means that the courts have acknowledged that the Muslims are like an equal. That's a very, very, very important breakthrough and victory, psychological victory for the Muslims and in the eyes of other people and other Arabs etc. Was analog. The Muslims are so strong now that they, you know, negotiating with the police Mashallah they on that level from nothing, they don't on that level. So Hannelore trade, that was very, very important.

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Breakthrough a lot. They also provide an opportunity for the people to talk into act investigate, without any threat of killing or anything like that. They could join family ties, they could visit one another. The environment to split to heed was confused conducive Marcia a lot. It also gave the Muslims an opportunity to focus on haber. haber, we'll see the following year that Muslims will go to haber that Jewish

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a fourth would be put down because remember, the year before in the year five octahedra. When Medina Alberto was surrounded, a lot of the financing came from haber. So now this gave the Muslims an opportunity, we have peace with the Meccans. Now we can focus on fee but at some of those Jewish tribes that were kicked out from Medina and went to war, they've settled in favor, and they are always trying to cause discord and problems and issues. Right. We discussed the statement of Missouri that he died in the year 124, after he dropped that between the conquest of between the Treaty of Libya and the conquest of Makkah, that's like plus minus 19 months or maximum two years.

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The number of people who became Muslim during these two years here far outnumbers the number of Muslims who became the number of people who became Muslim from the time the bravas allies and God revelation up to four dB. So you're talking about two years compared to like 19 years, the two years outweighs Masha Allah would have really left triggered.

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And one key example would be at dB a professor Watson had 1400 men. Two years later congress of MCI he will have 10,000 10,000 pounds of luxury 10,000 and that there was a proof that he blew he Sham the famous historian used. So he read through and he mentioned in Amazon, he said x y Zed. Well, he has a clear evidence for it and proof for it. Look at the numbers at four DB and look at the numbers at the conquest of Makkah. 1400 compared to 10,111, it also opened up Road The road to Mecca, right? Mohammed acid is a very, very book very, very good book called The road to Damascus, the road to Africa, it's about his life, etc, etc. Andre get that book read that book is a very good book

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Mashallah The road to Makkah. Nonetheless, this treaty of Libya paved the road to karma because as we've mentioned many times the Americans will break the treaty for the BIA that's allowing Muslims to come and pounce upon them in maka, maka, Rama Jacob. We also found that now, if any Muslim becomes Muslim, anyone becomes Muslim is in Makkah, remember they come to Medina they will be sent back to my karma. So what were they doing?

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They were not coming to Medina and whatever they were settling like along the pathway along the caravan trail etc. They were settling on the road somewhere and then one person said 2345 and then more people who embrace this slamming Medina Baca and mocha Rama they also came and said to deal with a goober car and others because they know if we go to Medina province or ye Sam is going to send us back to Mecca so we won't go to Medina. We won't go to Widener. We'll settle on the outskirts and what we will do then from the outskirts that do we are not included within this treaty here etc. The treaties between the people of Medina, the Muslims

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Medina as Americans, well we are not they were not in Mercury, not Medina. So they were reading caravans from the area that they were based in. And so eventually sapan a lot the Kurdish will send a delegation to the province and a lot of it was send them saying to him that you know what? It's okay. It's okay. We've agreed the Treaty of Libya that you were sent back these people to work out but you know what, these people are bigger noon since upon us that where they are based right now, and they're reading our caravans allow them back into Medina Alberta water and so they eventually were allowed into Medina. No water well hamdulillah J. And the numbers as some historians mentioned,

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that plus find is between 70 to 300. Between 70 to 300, left MCE and came and settled with Abu Basir and others will hamdulillah check it.

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What else?

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So after the treaty for the BIA, it is mentioned that the professor of law when he was on got married to Habiba or Habiba, she was where she was in Abyssinia and the senior she's part and parcel of the group of Muslims who had migrated and emigrated there to Abyssinia and the prophet SAW what he said proposes marriage to her and gets married to her what hamdulillah driod

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other matters, that the teacher her they be at the agreed upon 10 years, some oil Am I put off from this that the maximum duration Hct can be agreed upon between Muslims and non Muslims in terms of like, you know, battle and cessation of hostilities, a maximum would be 10 years maximum would be 10 years. Where did they get that from? Well, the truth of who they be the promise of the licensee Well, you're not allowed to do more than 10 years. No, he didn't. But he was his is his practice. They he agreed to 10. So some of them they pull this or they said no, no, no, there's no hard and fast rule with regards to 10 or 12 or 13, or whatever. Well, whatever the Muslims feel is, is

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conducive, and it is for Muslim, then they are allowed to agree with it's more than 10 with it's less than 10. All is fine in sha Allah Jamil, excellent last lessons from the ABA in sha Allah, we see some hand a lot that we should always keep the channels for dialogue and negotiation open, completely closed yourself off, but obviously license in one messenger, another messenger, other messenger was beaten etc. And he sent another messenger or something along the along the line, and then negotiate it comes from the gracious side of the policy lesson sits down and negotiates and discusses and all of these things. And so always leave, you know, they say even with your enemy,

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leave some room they're fully consolation. But if the day comes that you need to reconcile at least to have that room Debbie is the Lucky, lucky Tyler. Look at the negotiations. Look at the ambassadors that were exchanged. Excellent.

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What else what else?

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Similar to that matter there we find the famous had ethos was that a lot of it was the lump. Beep Habiba, Kahuna Ma, I sat in your corner, Bobby locka, Yeoman, Matt, that love the person that you love, but don't go into extremes with regards to matter. Maybe one day that the person that you love becomes your enemy, right. And also when you hate somebody, hate them, dislike them, etc. but leave some room there. Maybe one day they will become a beloved to you. Maybe one day they will become a beloved to you, and also learn from the teacher or they be an incident. I sat in Takahashi and wahoo Lacan that maybe you dislike something but it is good for you, maybe you dislike it, dislike it

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dislike this treaty, or DBA, etc at the beginning, but it was greatly beneficial to them, what hamdulillah Masha Allah, and the last one was, maybe we can pull out the different treaties and alliances are allowed, especially in the absence of a canopy to trade. And so to have an alliance of treaty with an entity, we have a treaty and an alliance and agreement with an entity even though that entity they might be at war with another entity or group that which really was beloved to us straight. And we learned that from the teacher from the who Libya, and it was kind of what Allah knows best.

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Mashallah, so it's one hour and three minutes. 111 So yeah, I'm Ella. Yeah, and like a lot. This was the Treaty of Libya,

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which took place in the six after the huge lawsuits and a lot of it was selling. It's one of the major

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points on the timeline of the Sierra and after this Masha Allah after the cheetah pdbs we only see that the Muslims are the ones who are now in charge. That Muslims are the ones who are calling the shots. Well, hamdulillah barakallahu pecan, if there's any questions, we can take those questions inshallah. They will take the questions a shout out in a little bit. Also, a quick note is about the I made a small poll. Someone was asking we have a quiz. Michelle blushes. People want to be quizzed on their knowledge.

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So I made a short poll on zoom, you can participate in that chart. I've launched the polling. It's very straightforward questions and then shall be shared with others. I can take them up afterwards with you all. In the meantime, in the meantime, we will,

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we will take up our questions here. The questions that the people have asked, should was video is frozen, I believe, but that's okay. Java.

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shriveled up, we can hear Okay. Okay. No, but I think your video is frozen. But that is all right. In Java, we will. Well, oh, now it's working out hamdulillah. Sorry, for my on my end, it was frozen for a bit. But now it's good. Let us look at the questions that we have here.

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It says number one, what is a treaty again?

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treaty treaty is an agreement. agreement. Okay. Very good. And then the sister Habiba below has answered that that's also a good job there. From the dealer, an agreement to something. Generally, it's a political thing. Yes, Jeff.

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Yeah. All right. What is your prediction? If the Treaty of ABS declined, but the problem? Do you have any prediction? That is some of the one so this is one of our grade seven students by Sharla? Smart?

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I have no prediction yet. No predictions.

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All right.

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I asked the question, but can find it out. Okay. Sorry about that. What is the sleep pill? And then someone replies sleeping pills are the pills that have to sleep? Alright, hamdulillah? Because a lot of meaning, okay, that we're going to find the book, I'm assuming you're talking about the book of Muhammad Asad, the road to mockup. And that one can be found on Amazon and other places in Sharla. It's extremely well known book. So please do get it in real charlo.

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Any other questions or comments? You can please make them here? I have I started the poll a little late. But

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you know, some people that the answers are trickling in. So let me look at

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let me look at the

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the poll results here.

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I'm going to actually share results and then relaunch polling afterwards for those who want to see right so I'm sure you can see on your screen. The question number one was the treaty with ABS named after the place where it took place outside America and the answer for that is true. The problem and the Sahaba came to make Amara but were refused entry into Makkah, that is also true. The companion was sent into market and negotiate but the problem was who that was a threat another one who in fact, huh.

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Okay, just just read this, okay.

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the Pledge of Allegiance taken by the problem was because the rumor came that a man or the owner had been killed the person who negotiated on behalf of the corporation, so element number that is true. The person who wrote the treaty for the Muslims was in fact rd or the lavon, who the Treaty of honeybee who they stipulated the Muslims can make Amara next year from the Rila the Treaty of Colombia stipulated that any Muslim from Morocco accepts Islam goes to Medina and must be returned to Makkah and the opposite for the Muslims. So that was that I've realized the polling if you'd like to you know, try again. I'm the doula but if there's other questions to ask or shoot without at this

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point, we can ask them if not, then inshallah we will end with that dissolve molos hidden to everybody for joining us is Dr. Chanel for being such a such an amazing presenters who are gracious to this time and you know, even though you had to take in sleeping pills, I hope inshallah you're able to rest easy and sharp lashes. inshallah Chuck will offer on bar philosophy calm. Hi Yakumo aloha hada has also the law for settling water calamity. He works with intervener Mohammed while he was off a huge marine