Seerah 025 – Salman al Farsi, Amr bin Murrah al Juhani & Prophecies About the Coming of Revelation

Abdul Nasir Jangda

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shala continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a Syrah tuna, but we are, in last the previous session, last week's session, we left off kind of a little bit in the middle of the story of salmaan allphotossee radi Allahu anhu. And so it's a very, very powerful story. So to be able to kind of benefit from the very powerful tone of the story, I'm going to kind of reload, I'm going to kind of start back over from the beginning of the story, but not in too much detail. Basically, what we talked about was salmaan, and fallacy and why the reason why it's called a fallacy is because he was originally from alpha days, he was a Persian, ethnically

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speaking by origin, he was Persian. He talks about how he, his father was the leader of his tribe, his father was a leader of his people. And he was an only child. And he said, I was raised, in his own words, how you would raise like a young daughter, meaning My father was extremely overprotective of me, he wouldn't let me go out, he wouldn't let me do much of anything. So he goes, because of that I was stuck at home a lot of times. And I pretty much just used to engage in the worship that we engaged in the fire worshipping, that was a part of their life and their culture. Because that's pretty much what I did. It was my responsibility to keep the fire lit to keep it kindled. And that's

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all I knew. That was my whole life. That was my whole world. And that's what I did. He said, until finally, one day my father sent me on an errand to business errand, when I went on this errand, and he was very particular and cautious, he was very nervous at sending me because he didn't want to let me out. And he goes, No sooner did I leave, and on the way I found

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Christian, you know, like a church, basically a Christian monastery. And they were engaging in worship there. And when I came across it, I was so amazed, I was so baffled by what I found there. And I was so overwhelmed by that experience. He said, I went in and actually hung out there, and took part in the prayer service all the way till the evening. At which point in time, you know, I finally finished up the errand and I came home and my father was very worried, where were you? What was going on? I've been running around all day looking for you. You know, why did you do this? And he says that, I told my father that I found some people, and they were worshipping different than we

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do. And it was amazing. It's so much better than what we do. And this and this, and this. He goes on and on about it. And his father was very disapproving. His father was very disappointed. He said, Absolutely, no, that's all that's terrible. What we do is a lot better. I forbid you from engaging in this listening to this, I don't want you to have anything to do with this stuff anymore.

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But he said, it was very obvious to my, to my father that I had caught the bug. I was I was sold.

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And so he actually says that my father actually tied me up in the home. He restrained me put a chain around my foot, so that I wouldn't go out and I wouldn't go to this church anymore. And, you know, mess with any of this business. He just wanted things to go back to the way they were before.

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So he says that I sent a message there to those people at that church or that monastery. I sent a message to them saying that, you know, or rather he actually when he was there worshiping with them, he had asked him where did you learn how to do this? Because they were Persian folks as well. They said that we learned this from the people of a sham. So he sent a message to them saying whenever people from a sham come next time, let me know send me a message. They said okay, that's fine. When there was a business trading caravan that arrived from a sham when they arrived there in us for Han mirrorless for Han outside in a small little town called Hey, that's for some manly fantasy was from

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they sent a message to him that some people from a Sharma have come and you wanted to know, he's like, let me know when they're returning back home and they're gonna be going back home, let me know. So they send them a message that the people are departing the next day. Sandman radi Allahu anhu all along had figured out a way to be able to free himself from the shackle and be able to escape and he was just biding his time he was waiting for the opportunity. He escaped from home ran away with these people to a sham. And there he talks about his experiences. He found a Christian priest over there. He wanted to study with him and live with him and benefit from him and learn from

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him.

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But he says he turned out to be a very terrible human being. He was basically collecting donations, but he was stealing people's money and hoarding the wealth for himself. And he said eventually I exposed him. I told the people that he's been stealing your money and I showed them where

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was buried and they ended up. He said they basically killed him. They crucified Him. They they executed him because of what he had done. He said the man who then took over the position there at that monastery was one of the most amazing human beings I've ever met some remarkable person very pious and righteous, on the true teachings of Isa alayhi salam. So he said, I lived with him for many years, and I benefited from him until the point where he was about to die. Then I said, Okay, who should I go to? Because I don't want to go to just anybody. I've experienced what bad people are like, I want to go to somebody that's like you recommend Rick, who would you recommend that I go,

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and I study with now. So he sent me to someone, I went there stayed with him until he was alive. And he said, most of these gentlemen were very old. They were elderly, priests and monks. So he says, when he was about to die, I told him, okay, who do you recommend me to? He sent me to a third guy that I went to a fourth guy. And he said, This way, I kind of bounced around to about three or four different very, very good, amazing people who are still practicing the true dean of esala. His salon, they were like, 205 times we've talked about this before.

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He said, finally, until the very last guy that I was with at a place called Maria. I asked him, Who should I go to? Now he goes, there's nobody else you should go to now. Rather, you should go to such and such place. And he described a place in Arabia in the desert, said the people, there are pagans, their idol worshipers, there are some Jewish people. And he described the place he said go to a place that is very,

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it's very abundant in dates. It's very good for date, farming, for farming and growing dates. And he described some features of the area and the region. He said, Go there and wait there, because the profit of the last time, his time has come very near and very close. And that place that I'm describing to you is the place where he will migrate to he adopted rigidity, that is a place that he will migrate to. So go there and wait for him. So salmaan are the alumni who says that I decided to travel to this place in Arabia, and I took up with some business people who had come from Arabia, but then they did me wrong. They basically tied me up and sold me in the marketplace as a slave

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wrongfully. They oppressed me. So he said, I became a slave. But what could I do, there was no other option I there was no recourse. And he said, I lived a life of slavery. And then eventually my owner sold me to one of his acquaintances,

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who was from a city a town called yathrib.

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And when I was sold to him, and I went there to his, and he owned a garden where he grew date palms. When I got there, and I looked around, I knew that I was in the right place. So even though I was in slavery, I was content with being there. Because I knew that this is where I need to be. He said, few years past like this. And finally, one day, I'm up in the trees, working and cleaning and cutting and trimming the trees. And my owner, the master his cousin, he comes and says that,

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you know, we're ruined, we're done. They were basically Jews from the tribe of binuclear. Evil. He said, we're done for instead, why he goes, all these pagans, all these giants, all these Arabs, they're all gathering outside of Medina, a place called Cuba, because a man has come there who claims to be a prophet, and there have all gone there to join forces with him. So because originally the Jews of Medina had capitalized on the fact that the Arabs of yesterday did not get along with each other ocean cousin Raja had been at war with each other for centuries, for generations. So they said, Now they're actually coming together. There's something there's a common cause that's bringing

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them together. So we're in trouble. He said, No sooner that I had to hear that, but I I got so shocked, I literally started to shake, because it was what I've been waiting for what I had been searching for, for so long. He said, I almost fell out of the tree. He said, I immediately got down from the tree and I said, What do you say what do you say would you say would tell me more, tell me more. And he said my owner, he slapped me across the face. He said, mind your own business slave get back to work. So he said, I got quiet. I didn't want him to find out that I knew anything.

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I waited until I gathered scrounged up some some dates or some gifts, some fruits, some food that I could offer. And he said that my last teacher, the monk that I studied with last told me three signs of this prophet, number one, that he will always accept gifts.

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And he will take from gifts. Number two, he will not take anything personally you will never take any charity, meaning he will give it to others but he himself will not consume will not utilize for his own benefit any charity. And number three, he will have to seal the mark of prophethood between your shoulder blades. So he said I go out to the place of boba to the profits a lot he sent him and I took some basket of fruits or some gifts and I presented in and I said that this is charity.

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So he said the process of them took it from me and then he called the

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Sahaba and he gave it to them. And he said, I kind of stood sat at a distance, I stood at a distance and watched, he did not take a single thing himself. He just took the basket handed over to the poor Sahaba. And he said, go here, go, this is for you guys.

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So I said, Okay, that's number one. He said, it took me actually a few weeks, because I was a slave, I didn't have any money to myself, I would have to scrounge up a little bit of stuff from here and there, out of my own personal allowances. So he said, it took a few weeks, but I scrounged up another little basket together.

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And I go back to the process of him by now he was in the city of Medina. And I went to him and I said, I brought some charity to you. But I noticed you didn't take anything from it. So this is a gift to you. This is a gift to you. So he said I saw that the processing took a little bit for himself a bite or two or a date or two he took for himself. And the rest of it, he passed out to everybody else to share with them. That was number two. And he said after I saw him do that I went and I sat around behind him. And now my whole objective was I got to see his back some way somehow. And he said, you know, you know, you've probably had that experience when somebody kind of waiting

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for something, no matter how nonchalant or, you know, incognito, they try to go you can kind of tell that somebody is kind of lingering around or hanging around like somebody being kind of awkward kind of creepy, kind of shady some of these loitering. So he said the profits a lot a cinema, of course, was a very observant human being. So he said the process of noticed me that I just been kind of hanging around, I keep shifting and looking for angles. And I'm trying to see his back someway somehow. So he said the process and realized so he smiled, and the process of lowered his shirt down he was actually wearing a shawl that he used to wrap around his upper garment upper body, he lowered

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his shoulder down a little bit to the point where I could see the seal of prophethood on his back.

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And we talked about this in one of the earlier sessions. When we talk about the process of as a child, it was basically the Sahaba describe it as a cluster of moles that was in between his shoulder blades in the center of his back.

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And he said as soon as I saw it, he said I ran towards the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and I hugged him from behind and I kissed the seal of prophethood on his back and I started to cry.

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Because I had endured slavery.

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I had spent decades of my life surfing, searching for the truth.

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And I had finally found it.

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And I accepted Islam then in there. So he became a Sahabi Robbie Allahu anhu. Now this is where we left off. He says I remained in slavery because I was a slave. I mean, I was kind of dealing with that situation I was a slave. He said the Battle of brother came and I had to miss it because I belong to a Jew, I was a slave. I couldn't go on my own. I couldn't make my own decisions. I was property.

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The bad lover who came and I had to miss it again because I was property. He said finally after I'd missed bothered, and I'd missed a hood. And not only had I missed them and I was very sad about missing them the profits, a lot of them had missed me.

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Because he was very close to the profits and all of a sudden I'm in the process of met a lot of confidence and salmaan will be alone. So he finally said he said Cathy SLM

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which basically meant that by your by your freedom,

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by your freedom, Alan macatawa was basically Al Kitab al macatawa was a procedure through which a slave could would approach the owner and try to buy negotiate his freedom with the owner and the owner would set a price it would be like a contract between the slave and the owner. And once I've paid off this much and I'm free, so he said to me as a man, come on, let's set up some type of a deal with your owners and they said okay, jasola but he said O Messenger of Allah, I don't have anything like where am I gonna get money from he said, don't worry about that will take care of that set up a deal. So he said when I spoke to my owner, he said fine, the deal is this.

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You will plant for me 150 day pumps,

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you will plant 150 day pumps for me. So he had some empty land that he needed to be cultivated and turn the soil and then then you know, properly set up the whole field and then take 150 seeds or little date plants and plant them in properly, to be able to grow and set up a whole garden that would have 150 day pumps as a major job. It's a major project. So he said that's those are my terms. And I want 40 opia. It was a measurement in classical times, like 40 grams of silver, excuse me gold, and salamander, the long winded winded narrations, he says I tried to negotiate him down to silver but he said I want gold. For I need 40 grams of gold and 150 day palms planted, then you're

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free to go.

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So he says I went back to the Messenger of Allah, Allah and I said, O Messenger of Allah, these are his terms. I don't think I can manage. The Prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam made an announcement to the Sahaba or the lohana

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He said, help your brother Selma.

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Help your brother Selma.

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And he said all the Sorry, no. Help your brother.

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And the process from the very beginning instilled this attitude of this is your brother. He's Persian. all y'all are Arabs. He's Persian. So he's an outsider.

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These are mostly free people taught our farmers and Mahajan, owner, businessman, he's a slave.

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But I know how come help your brother, he's one of you. So semana de Allahu anhu says, For only for loony bin, they started helping me with bringing these date palms, these little trees. So they basically if they had any date palms or any day trees or small little plants, they kind of dug them out, like, you know, you go to a nursery and you purchase some plants in a pot, and you come in home and you put a tree into your backyard. So he said they all started digging up their own date palms in dade trees, and they started bringing them. He said, somebody brought 20 somebody brought 10 somebody brought five, somebody brought 15 somebody brought one, somebody brought two. And he said

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so much so that they all gathered them together. And excuse me, I'll correct myself. The narration that I'm reading here from enabling this Hawk, he says not 150 said 300.

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So the narration of viviendas Hawk that I'm reading from, he actually said that my master my own read, the deal was not 150 that was in another narration I had read that was still in my head, the evenness. Hawk narration actually says that the deal was 300 day poems. So twice that so he said, all the Sahaba started bringing whatever they could scrounge up whatever they could bring, until they had brought me 300 plants ready to be planted. But the prophets, a lot of them said, Everybody bring whatever you can help your brother out, hook him up. But don't plant any of them. Then prepare the soil, turn the soil, make sure it's all ready to go make the little holes, get it all ready to

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go. But don't plant any of them. Once you've gathered them all together, then call for me. Then come and get me. So he said, We prepared the entire field the garden, we have 300 plants ready to be put into the soil. And then we call the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, we're ready oh prophet of Allah. He said, The Prophet sallallahu Sallam came.

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And the prophets, a lot of them would go stand in one row in one line where they weren't supposed to be put into the ground. And he said, Now bring the plants. And we would come and we would hand it over to him and with his own hands, you would put it into the ground. And then he would move on to the next one and put it in the ground, then you put the next one in the ground. Next one in the ground, he said this way, the prophet system with his own blessing hands, planted 300 trees for me.

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And he said that whenever planting trees, he said it was also the reason why the owner made this one of the prices of freedom was because it was a very, very risky project. Because when you would dig up a tree from one area and try to put it into another place, there was a very good chance that the tree would die, that the plant would die.

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And so he says that because the Prophet of Allah loves him. And he says, this is one of the reasons why the process I'm said, I'll personally do it for you. Because of the blessing of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi salam, and he said, some handle on the miracles of the Prophet. So some was not even one plant, not even one tree got messed up or died. All of them were good, all of them flourish, and all of them were healthy. And eating this way, all 300 trees were planted and prepared and ready to be handed over to the owner. But he says Finally I came back to the Messenger of Allah salani sent him and I said O Messenger of Allah. It's still not done, though. I mean, this is a huge

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major project, the whole community had basically taken part in this project to freecell. Man, would you do you see the sense of community

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that somebody showed up today right now.

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But if somebody showed up right now and said, I can't pay rent. Oh, brother.

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Let me see who you can talk to go find somebody. slip out. Oh, just one second. I need to go use the restroom. Forever.

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Right. I know I'm joking. But May Allah forgive us. I mean, this was a community.

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This was a community. This is what the prophet SAW some established this. These were the Sahaba the alarm on the whole community. The whole Medina is taking part in arranging for Solomon's freedom 300 trees got to be planted. Everybody's taking part, the Messenger of Allah, a lot of them don't say are you go, you go, you go. All right, go get it done. Don't worry about it, right.

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Even though being completely justified, right? You know, a lot of times and this is kind of a little bit of a qualm, that I have a little bit of an issue that I take sometimes we need to be intelligent in our approach in terms of running a community and even in Islam. We should incorporate beneficial things that we learned from other people and other places, you know, so when they talk about like leadership and organizational philosophy and structure, we should

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definitely learn from that stuff and implement that stuff within our own projects, even the religious realm, like a mom should also learn from leaders in corporations and companies. But you know what, though at the same time it's not a copy paste job.

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It's not a copy paste job, you can never completely copied something from there and implemented directly. You know, when we talk about delegating responsibility, yes, we should delegate authority and responsibility. But it should never become to the point of where I'm now too big too important to personally engage or in indulge in something that we should never have that attitude, the message if anybody needed to delegate it was Muhammad Rasul Allah ceylonese on the man carry the weight of the world on his shoulders, but yet because someone needs to earn his freedom, not only this, the prophets a lot of them say, How can everybody help your brother and everybody pitch in and help out

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but the prophets a lot of them says, make sure you come and get me I need to help out myself and the Prophet of Allah Allah azim comes in this physical labor himself to arrange for the freedom of Salaam radi Allahu anhu

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so anyways salamandre do the whole community has been doing this project everyone's exhausted everyone's tired. And finally, you can imagine how frustrated semana de la mano must have been. He comes to the Prophet of Allah Salaam, and he says all messenger of Allah,

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I'm still not done.

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300 trees, I gotta give him 40 grams of gold.

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Like, where am I going to get that from?

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I'm a slave, a messenger of Allah, we're going to get 40 grams of gold from

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the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Samana, the Allahu anhu says that the prophet SAW some had just recently, just out of nowhere,

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like randomly. And of course, nothing's random. I see randomly, because to the apparent human, I

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mean, everything is divine.

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So he says, just out of the blue,

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no explanation, no, nothing, somebody had brought a gift to the profit center.

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When the gift was unwrapped, and opened up, you know what it was, somebody had found like a gold mine.

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Modern, that somebody had found the gold mine had struck gold had found the gold mine and they had ripped out of there, they had chipped out of there.

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A whole big old block of gold.

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Like just straight out of the ground, like a big old rock, a bigger block of gold, solid gold, Eagle Rock straight out of the ground. And so what that person had done, they basically wrapped it up and brought it to the processor as a gift. Had the anisimova

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we'll have to look at a Salalah This is a gift from me to your messenger of Allah. So it just been brought to the process and the process on some manner. The Alon who comes in says, I still got some balance left. He goes, What do you need? He said, 40 grams, you go, here you go.

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Take this.

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NASA manotick Allahu anhu says he says on messenger of Allah. He says, but then How much more? Can I afford to be owing everybody? The wording was how much more can I afford to owe people? But he was basically saying was a messenger of Allah. Okay, fine. I'm gonna pay him this. But then I'm going to owe you a big old block of gold. Like, where am I supposed to get that from? I can't afford to go further into debt. Like, I don't know how many people I'm going to Oh, I already told the whole community what they've done for me these past few days. What else am I going to order? Somebody said, don't worry about it. He said, I want to know how will I pay you back? He said, Don't worry

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about paying me back. Allah subhanaw taala will pay me back.

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And he says he gave it to me. Nelson Mandela, who says I'm sitting there literally holding a big lump, like a rock of gold. I don't know how much it is. I don't know what to do with it. I don't know how it's measured. I don't know nothing. He said I basically just went and handed it over to the guy that I was trying to buy my freedom from the owner. I handed it to him.

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He took it and he weighed it.

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And semana de la Han, who swears by alignment eration. He says, well, la he was exactly 40 grams of gold.

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It will lie he was exactly 40 grams of gold.

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And the man said, done. He said we're clear. He said we're clear.

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And from that day on so monolithic Allahu anhu was a free man.

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And he said the first battle I got to take part in was

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duck

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conduct and now I'm going to jump ahead a little bit of myself but it's kind of hard to sometimes kind of contain yourself a little, sometimes a little bit. What happened at 100. Not only did he participate in the battle, but he offered the suggestion the recommendation, the strategy for the battle, the digging of the trench, the hand up the trench was a man or the galanos idea, and it was accepted by the processor. And he established it they they built the trench they dug the trench.

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And what happened while digging the trench. I just got done talking to a brother about it. What did they do after what happened at the digging of the trench? Of course.

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profits a lot of them split everybody up into groups of 10 to dig about 40 meters, little separate groups of 1010 1010.

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And so they split up these groups and the process of splitting up people based on like family and tribe and things like that. Why? Because they were familiar with each other everybody knew each other. So there's chemistry cohesiveness there they know each other they know their strengths and their weaknesses.

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But where does someone know do so the process is that everybody's split each other up according to family and tribe and you know each other just split up into groups.

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So now they're discussing they're splitting everybody up while the odd man out is

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said semana de la Juana. So the Mahajan ne and se are having an argument with each other. Not the type of argument we would have you take him No, you take him. I don't want him you take him now you take him.

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Now they were having to fight demodulates Yes, sir. Man. luminol Mahajan. salmaan belongs to us. He's from us. Why? Because he he's not originally from Europe. He migrated here for the sake of the truth like we did. So he's one of us. Is that originally here? He's not originally from here. This antonsson Samana when Allah and Sansa man's from us, you got this all mixed up? Because you see someone came to Medina before the prophets a lot he sent him Did he was here way before Islam came to Medina. And then he accepted Islam in Medina as a resident of Medina. So he's a naturalized I'm sorry

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he's a naturalized in Saudi

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so he's one of us. And this matter eventually became so serious between the two groups that they that it got to the level it got heated enough to where they had to take it to the profits a lot

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Sahaba had a lot of other been o'clock they were taught etiquette with the process of they will not take every little dispute like I want routine I watch our let's go through the process of them. Right they didn't it wasn't like that, like I want rice I want bread. No, now we're gonna go to the apostle zone. He's gonna settle this matter, they they had some etiquette, right. So but this became such a serious fight between the two groups that they have to take it to the processor, you know that so they said two groups standing there Samana meanness, Amano Mina, the process of decision to settle the matters amount of meanness among them in other Protestantism said some of that with you,

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and he's not with you. So man, Amina ahlulbayt. So none belongs to my family. So mom's gonna dig the trench with me and my family. Come on, you're one of us.

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That was the the community of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So anyways, so the reason why the story of some man in Farsi came up was because we were talking about some of the incidents, and some of the very interesting things, the restlessness around Arabia, amongst the monks amongst the priest and the rabbis, the restlessness started to increase. As the time of the first revelation was approaching, the restlessness continued to increase, because their prophecies and their books and their scriptures, and we're starting to foretell more and more, that that time is finally coming, when the Prophet of the Last Times will finally arrive.

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And in connection with that I told you last week, in the previous session, that there were some, you know, more even like miraculous, supernatural out of the ordinary events that started to occur. also telling of the coming of the Prophet foretelling the coming of the prophets, a lot of them, one of the things that we talked about was, because the shouting war, the evil jinn, they basically would go and they would steal you and they would, they would eavesdrop on the angels and things like that, and they would bring information from there. And that's how they would corrupt the faith in the minds of the people. And the scholars basics basically explained that one level of protection was

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added when the processor was born. And the next level of protection was added. When it came very close to the time of the first revelation economic miracle of the HELOC. another level of protection was added to basically keep those shouting and those Jin away. And what the shale team would do is they would work with the kohan. They would work with de kahina. They would work with fortune tellers, the soothsayers, and they were in cahoots with them, they would collaborate with them. And that's how they would basically confuse people. So they it talks about that, that this basically started to also some very interesting, interesting things started to occur at that time.

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And just generally, people started to see certain things starting to occur. I'm gonna be a Jew, honey. I'm a Jew honey, who is a man from the times of jania. He and he was a very respectable member of his community. He says that I went for the season of Hajj. And remember we talked about this that even pre Islamic Lee the ISA engage in a ritual of Hajj. Of course, it wasn't the proper Hajj, but it was their weird, perverse form of doing Hajj. So they used to go out for something that they called Hajj at the same places in the same season.

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She says I went with my people for the season of HUD in the days of Jamelia. He says, I was sleeping at night and we were in Mecca. All of a sudden, I woke up and I saw that this light in this nude was shooting up out of the GABA until it was finally going and going far off into the mountains into distance. And he said, I literally became startled when I saw and I said, I saw I heard a voice speaking from that nude and he was saying, in Russia, it was a Tata dia were born with a cotton wool MBR. He said that the voice was saying that the darkness is about to be removed, and that the light is about to illuminate the earth, and that the final seal of the prophets is about to be sent. And

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he said that I saw this literally happening, and it never left me. It remained with me. And I continue to think about this until he says that a few nights later, I saw a similar nude shooting up into the sky. And he was saying that on Islam or Christianity or Islam or Latin or haram. And he said that I heard a voice saying that Islam has become a parent, and the idols have been broken. And the relationships have been rejoined.

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And he said that I went back and I told my people what I had seen, but nobody believed me. Until finally he says that. I came across a man in our who lives near us. And who was like a monk, he was a worshiper, I came across him. And I told him what I had been going around telling everybody and nobody would believe me.

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And he said that this is a man who will be named, Ahmed, that you have seen this, you've heard this isn't a man will be named Ahmed. And he will be sent as a prophet. And he says years later, years later, when I finally came to MCC, and he said this was kind of in the back of my head. And I had never really forgotten about it. But years have passed. So it wasn't so fresh in my memory anymore. And he says, I came to Makkah, and I heard about people talking about a men were claimed to be a prophet. So he said, I sought out that man, I came to that man. And I sat down with him. And I told him everything that I had remembered what I had seen and what I had heard and what I had

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experienced. And the man said to me, yeah, I'm moving to Morocco, and then Abu Musab al Abadi, kaftan adoro whom you in Islam or Abu

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be Hockney. deema was a little more about that in law. What often as Nam Mahajan Bay It was so yummy Sherry Ramadan from an agenda for local agenda, woman Asafa hoonah. For amin, Bella, Yama, you amino Cola, man, Holy jahannam. He said, The man said to me said Oh, I'm a, I am that same man that you're talking about. I am a prophet of Allah, I have been sent to the people, all of humanity, I call them to Islam. And I ordered that ordered them to respect the sanctity of people's blood. And I tell them to join relationships. I tell them to worship god alone. And I tell them to leave all these idols that they worship, and I tell them to respect the bait the house of Allah, and I tell them to fast

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in the month of Ramadan, based off of this fact that scholars see that this must have been either later muckin period, or this was maybe during one of the prophets, a lot of resumes visited back to Makkah, maybe during Ramadan, or even during Fatima or even possibly during the vegetal without, because the processor was talking about doing Hajj and fasting in the month of Ramadan. So this must have been happening much much later on. And then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Whoever will answer the call will respond, will accept this call for that will Jana, for him will be paradise, and whoever will leave it will disobeyed will disagree with it, for that person will be the fire of

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hell. And then he finally said I am in Billa Yama, he said believe in Allah. Oh are you aminika la hoomin Holy jahannam Allah subhanho wa Taala will protect you from the punishments of the fire of hell believe in the line the law will protect you from the punishment of hell. And he says I said there and there at that spot, I shall Allah Allah has a law. Well, Annika Rasulullah meant to be magic, I mean, halal and haram and we're in Rocky Metallica, cathedra minocqua. And he said that I said, I believe I bear witness I have give testimony that there is no one worthy of worship but Allah and I believe that you are the Messenger of God. I have believed in everything that you have

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been sent with, whether it be about the halaal, or the haraam, even though people might not like the fact that I believe in this or they don't like what you have to offer, I believe in it so much. He says Thelma and Sha two who are beatin Her Highness Amina to be he mccannon Anna Sonam Makana Abby Sadie Nanda who for come to LA he for cassata, who from Allah, He could have been obese or Salama. And he said then I said certain couplets of poetry to celebrate the occasion of accepting Islam. And he says, I went back to my people and our people were very

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Develop are very attached to their idols. And he said particularly My father was kind of the person who was given the responsibility of looking after the idols. My father was that guy who used to serve the idols. So he says, I went to those idols and I broke the idols. And I went and I joined company with the prophets of sentiment, I would say, while I was breaking the idols, I was reciting the same couplets of poetry that I had recited when I had first accepted Islam. He said I was saying Shaheed to be anila Hakuna Nila Ali were unani la Li Li Li, Ali hatin. jare a voluntary key. He says, I have, I have believed I bear witness that Allah subhanaw taala is the truth. While I am the

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first one to leave these idols that are made out of stone. Well, shimanto and SALKIN izadi muhajir en la jubelin Fokker Abadi, Deckard, the key, he says that I am lifting up my clothes, in running towards the towards Allah subhanaw taala and answering the call of believing in Allah, even if it means that I will have to face poverty, even if it means that I will have to go and live in very difficult conditions, but I only want to go and dedicate the rest of my life to Allah. Now us habba Haider, nasci nefs Anwar lead and Rasulullah Maliki nasci focal habba at that I want to go and keep company with the Prophet of Allah ceylonese I'm personally and Waleed and meaning I want the Prophet

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system to be my mentor. I want the process him to be like a father to me. I want him to teach me everything that he knows why are Rasulullah Maliki not because he is the messenger of the king of all of humanity, focal haba he and I have chosen this path over all the other paths in life.

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And he says when I finally arrived, arrived to the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said marhaba yamamura yamamura he said welcome Omar Rasul Allah, Allah, Allah Allah La Jolla Mundo lamb. He says a messenger of Allah teach me what about my Deen and then send me back to my people because I would like to preach and deliver the message that I have gotten from you. I would like to share that and teach that to my people. Come on man, not a beggar. Like Allah subhanaw taala had a favor upon me through you a lot opened and illuminated my life through you. I want to be able to be that means of illuminating and opening the minds and the hearts of my people. For both me in a him

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the process he taught me and send me back to my people. Well, Carla alayka bit rifki well only studied. Listen very carefully. Now. What advice Has he given to him about preaching to his people? He says I like a bit riff.

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He said be very soft and gentle.

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will only studied and be very straightforward and respectful in an honest and speaking to your people. What at

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1am with a cup be run. Don't be harsh with them. Don't be arrogant. Don't talk down to them when I have sued and don't be jealous of them.

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So practice dignity, respect, when you preach to your people. For the Khurana who Atacama who Fatah whom Isla de alguna Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam for Assalamu kulu Ilayaraja Lanois hidden min, he says that he went back and he invited all of his people the way the process and I told him to, and he says that all of his people accepted Islam except for one guy.

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He doesn't really tell us anything special about that one guy. But he just remembers it was one guy because that will kind of stick out to you always remember that one guy? Right? And that one guy? Usually His name is humble pie. All right. So just just so there's somebody there to kind of, you know, bring you back down to earth. Alright, so you don't drink any of your own Kool Aid. Right? There's usually one guy that tells you No, I think you're crazy. Right? Even though obviously, he's wrong in saying that. But there's one guy always that tells you No, I don't think so. Right? So he says there was except there was one guy. And then he finally says that he took for what and who

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offered to be him Ilan rasulillah, his salary. So he gathered them all together and said, we're gonna go and meet the Messenger of Allah, Allah Lisa. And he remembers, he says, For a hobby him. Well, hi, yah hoo, the process of came out and welcomed them. And he met each and every single one of them individually.

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He met each and every single one of them individually.

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So this is another very beautiful story. But the interesting thing here is how did I would have been better off first hear the message. How was it first embedded? How was the seed first planted, he's lying there and he literally sees a light shooting up into the sky and hears voices talking in the darkness of night. Those are extraordinary events, no doubt about the fact. But there's a huge number of such incidents that are narrated that are mentioned. There's there's another story about

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I'm gonna have Barbara the Allahu

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Allahu anhu years later,

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years later, he was sitting and some of the some of these narrations say that he was Khalifa. He was a middle mu meaning by this time, and a man walked into the mustard and he looked at him, and they looked at him a little bit closer and he called him he said Sonico or he's like, excuse me, can I talk to you?

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And he asked him and he goes, are you Muslim? Now? He said, Yes.

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I slumped. He said,

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Yeah, Mira, Mohini.

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Salaam. He says, Did you used to be a soothsayer, a fortune teller back in the day, Phil Jackson.

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And the man actually got a little bit offended. He said, O Messenger of a lot. He said that she's me. He said, Oh, middle, meaning Yamuna, meaning.

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He says that since I've accepted Islam, nobody's ever brought that up. Nobody's mentioned that.

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He got a little bit offended. He goes, why would you bring that up? I'm not I'm not proud of it. I'm ashamed of it. Why would you bring it up? And the Allahu anhu says, love Allah. He says, No, absolutely. My I swear to God, my intention was not to expose you or not to judge you are not to make you feel bad. I apologize. He goes on asking for a reason.

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Because I remember you.

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He says, because I remember seeing you. Back in the jaggedy days. He says I was just drunk and walking around doing what I used to do. And he says, I came where, you know, they had a little space for worshipping some idols. I came and I just kind of laid down there kind of sleeping out, you know, my, my, I was just drunk and passed out, basically. So I got drunk, I came there. And I passed out and said, I just woken up. And this hangover of the huge, terrible headache.

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And I was just kind of laying there in the corner. And I saw some of you congregating near the idol.

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And you had brought a goat,

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to sacrifice to the idol.

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And you sacrifice to go to the idol. And you were doing your whole procedure where they were, they would take the blood and they would stain the idol with the blood. And then they would rip it open. And then they would take some of the innards like the intestines and some of those things. And they would, you know, the heart and whatnot and some of the internal organs and they would dedicate them to the idol. And they will put them there at the feet of the idol. And it was this whole ritual and you were doing your whole ritual. And you had sacrificed you had cut this animal and you literally split it open. It was dead. It was long dead, you had split the animal open, you're about to take

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its innards out when a voice started coming from inside of that dead goat that you had just killed him cut open. The dead goat started to talk.

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And he says I didn't you know, it was unbelievable. It was It was terrifying.

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And the dead goat started to talk and the dead goat started to say

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after allow me to kind of find this here.

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He said the dead goat started to say and in the the man that the soothsayer that Amara delana was talking to belong to a people named blu ray.

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So he said yeah, bunnies Hooray.

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And then he said Roger, lon he goes saw hacer saw has a haven. And one other narration he says Sokka Sophia.

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And then he says, Roger, non fussy hon. Hold on ballyholme.

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Now not you know, in the law,

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he said that the dead goat started to say that, oh, people have Zarif

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that the man has made a call. And these were figures of speech. These were expression, which basically meant that something serious has happened.

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Something serious has happened. And then he says that a new word has come. an eloquent man has spoken. And a new word has come and what is a new word? And he says that the goat started to say this dead animals started to say a Chateau La la la la,

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la la la la.

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And he says, I saw that. And I heard that. And I was like, Oh my God. And so so I just went back to sleep. Right? Like this must be a terrible nightmare. And so I just rolled over pretend like I didn't see anything. And so then the last one who asked him and he goes, That's why I asked you. Do you remember that?

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The man said, Omar, I remember that. I remember that. Like it was yesterday. It was almost

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like it was the most unbelievable thing that's ever happened to me in my entire life.

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And he said I lived with that memory until the day finally came that I heard about Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And I came to Muhammad Rasul Allah so Allah salmon accepted Islam

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and so on.

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These types of incidents, these situations were occurring and were happening.

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And this is a very powerful reminder. There's other narrations which talk about, you know, some of the soothsayers who used to basically interact with these Jin, the shouting,

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that they're shouting basically stopped coming to them. One of them who came and accepted Islam, he came to the prophets, a lot of them, the Sahaba say that a man came to the prophet SAW some, and sat down near the prophet SAW Selim, and we saw him kind of like,

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you know, he approached the prophets a lot, he said them and the process and talked to him a little bit. And then the man came to the close of the profits a lovely summer, and he started whispering into his ear

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until the profits are lovely, some was very like,

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like, almost like excited and surprised by what the managers heard. So the man actually asked the process of mastermind, and he goes, tell everybody what you just told me, tell everybody what you just told me in the process of gathering his altar to get around, and the man started telling us that I am a soothsayer. I'm a fortune teller. And the way we do business is that we deal with the Shelton and we deal with the jinn. And they come to us and they give us little bits and pieces of information. And they tell us things, and that's how we go when we corrupt the faith of the people. Instead, until so much so that I've been waiting for this shape on this gym to basically come and

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tell me something. And he came to me yesterday, and he told me, and he actually recites a few couplets of poetry

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very eloquently very beautifully. he recites some poetry.

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She's going to try to

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find this here.

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It's one of those days.

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All right.

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Of course, this is all being recorded, which makes it even better. All right.

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It's called this humble pie.

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No way. I got this stuff memorized. All right.

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All right. He says Alam tal Jin eblast ha ha ha ha min daddy in Cassie. Ha ha ha bill Colossi la si ha. He says that, have you seen the gin and how hopeless the gin has become? And how, how they've completely lost hope in trying to get some information and continued his business. They've everything's been turned, literally upside down. Their whole world has been flipped upside down. And he said that they've literally gone. And now they've people are abandoning them. And people are abandoning all these practices, and the Djinn have become completely hopeless. And I've lost hope and continuing this line of business. And he's like, What are you talking about? And then he says

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that the jinn basically told him that the time has completely gone, the times are changing, the tides are changing, something is happening. And we can no longer get the information that we used to get all of these amazing, miraculous things started to happen. The world was literally turning upside down, these things were starting to happen. Now, this was all of course, these extraordinary events were happening, because the approach of the processor was coming near and closer. The doors of divine revelation were about to be opened after 600 years. So the world was starting to change the world was about to become a different place. But at the same time, there's a very deep, profound

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wisdom in this as well.

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That when people sometimes and even till today, sometimes people are guided in ways people are given the message in a way that is extraordinary. No human beings responsible for it. But there's only one explanation for it. That's Allah subhanaw taala directly guiding them without people. See, when we give Dawa and we share the message with people. It's still Allah who guides the people, no doubt about the fact that is Allah who guides the people.

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But the people are the means, right?

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Allah subhanaw taala sometimes guides people without means.

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And that's to remind us that we don't do anything.

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We are just cogs in the machine.

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And we need to remember our role that we are just a means to an end. Yes, we value the work. We thank a lot for giving us the opportunity. But we never become overconfident. We never dare ever try to take any credit for it.

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Or share a really snap personal to me, but somewhat indirectly is

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a very close friend of mine.

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And he accepted Islam when we were in middle school together.

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His story of accepting Islam it it's almost like it's it's something that like you can never forget.

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And now anytime when I'm engaging in any type of Dawa effort or activity, sharing Islam with anybody at any level, it's something that I remember that I try to remind myself to stay honest, sincere and humble as possible.

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He tells his own personal he told us his own personal story how it happened. He basically said when he was about 14 years old, he saw a dream in his dream now

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He knows he saw somebody performing solo.

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Where that happened. Maybe he saw it somewhere on the news or he's on the video or somewhere, but somehow he got lodged in his subconscious. And he saw it in a dream and a very vivid dream, a dream that he couldn't forget. But of course, a 14 year old, raised in a non Muslim family in a Christian home. And this is quite a few years ago, by the way, this is like, about 19 years ago, now you know exactly how old I am. Alright, so this is 19 years ago. So

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this is before the internet's All right. So you couldn't just look anything up. So back then you see a crazy dream. And he thinks, okay, I just seen something kind of weird. I saw somebody doing something kind of weird in my dream,

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until he went to went to school, and they were having the world history, World Religions classes in that. And they had the port, the portion about Islam, the chapter on Islam. So what the teacher decided to do was the teacher, he actually used to go to a private Christian Baptist school. And the teacher basically just brought a video from the library about Islam and just plugged it into the VCR. Yes, we used to have VCRs back then he plugged it into the VCR and he press play and just told everybody, just watch the little documentary, watch the video. And he said in the video, they were talking about the five pillars. And so when they got to this second pillar about salon prayer, and

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they showed a man praying, he said, I flipped out in class. I was like, Oh, my God, he said, I jumped. I was like, What's he doing? What's he doing? What's that? What's it? What's going on? Cuz he said, that was what I had seen in my dream about six months ago. And so he said, I completely flipped out.

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And he said, my teacher got really upset that I was disrupting the class, because I want him to rewind it and go back. And what is that I need to know more about that sent me to the office that the principal sent me home for the day.

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So he says, When I got home, I needed to know what that was.

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So he said, I told my mom, I need to go to the library.

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So she took me to the library and he said, I went to video section, I found a video about Islam. I brought it home. I watched it.

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And I was like, Okay, so this is about Islam. What I have seen is about Islam. So he goes, now I gotta find Islam. How do you find Islam? So he says, I opened up the the phone book, the white pages, all the kids are thinking, what is the yellow pages? What is that? Oh, Yellow Pages calm? No, they were actually was actually a physical book. Back in the day. All right. So he says, I opened up the phone book, and I'm looking Islam, Muslim Islam Muslim, and I found the nearest Muslim because it was the Islamic Association.

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So I found it listed. And, and Subhanallah, I found out that it was about a mile from where I lived. So I jumped on my bike, and I rode my bike to the Islamic center.

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And I still remember the day I was actually in the parking lot. We were playing basketball outside. Me and another friend of mine. And we saw this random, pardon the expression, we just talked about community, but we just we saw this random white kid riding his bicycle into the parking lot. We were like, What does he want? Right? Does he want, right? Does he want to play ball? Like what's going on here?

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And he said, he rode his bike up to us, and we're like, Yo, what's up? What's going on? And he's like, I need to know about a song.

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And we're like, for real? He said, yeah. So he's like, okay, so there's this older brother in the community. That was like an older brother, all of us we would we were all used to learn from and talk to him about stuff. So we called him and he came and talked to him, filled him in on everything is a good diary. Mashallah got him right there ready to accept Islam and then we took them inside and the amount given you know, the Shahada, and he became Muslim and handler friends So today, but the the thing that Stig always reminds me of these incidents, I don't have trouble in believing in these incidents. I have no trouble accepting these incidents, he stories you know why? Because it's

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a reminder of the fact that Allah guides.

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Allah guides this boy, this boy saw a dream. So somebody's praying in his dream who's responsible for that? Not me, not, you

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know, our pamphlet, not our booklet, not our website.

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That's Allah subhanaw taala directly guiding someone and allies, the one who guides everyone, but occasionally from time to time Allah provides and that's why when, whenever somebody used to bring a story like this to the profit center, like a messenger of Allah, the idols just spoke to me, I was worshipping my idol and they say get out of here go accept Islam.

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And when they would come to the process him and tell him that he used to get he they saved this obviously, the process of me smile, used to get very excited. And he used to make us sometimes even sit on the member and he would gather everybody together and he would say tell them what you just what just happened to remind all of us of the fact that it's a local guys. So these are some very interesting incidents and things that began to occur closer and closer to the profit or loss, a lot asylums, the beginning of divine revelation, before it's starting these things really

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started to happen and these things they started to occur and more and more frequently, as again a foretelling of that sign and that reminder that the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has come very, very close, and that divine revelation is about to begin, and shall in the futures. Coming sessions. We'll talk more about the beginning of revelation may last panatela granted saw the ability to practice everything that's been said and heard. So Hannah, let her be humble he Subhana columbium dick Nationale La ilaha illa Anta a soft Furukawa to be like