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You're listening to Calum Institute's podcast series. See the life of the Prophet by sheer Abdul Nasir zhongda visit us on the web at Calum Institute dot o RG or find us on [email protected] slash Calum Institute

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from de la salatu salam ala rasulillah while he was at V edge marine.

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So inshallah continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In the last few sessions, we've been talking about the early converts to Islam, the first few people who accepted Islam and joined the ranks of the believers, and stood by the sight of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam in this first phase of prophethood, which was simply an goolwa, just the embracing of prophethood.

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We talked about a few different individuals of course, we at length, discussed Khadija beans qualia rhodiola is the mother of the believers the wife of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. We also talked about Alibaba Vitaly radi Allahu anhu, who was the cousin of the prophets, Allah He said, I'm a lot younger than him, of course, at least 30 years younger than him, but he was in the care of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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We, thirdly also talked about Jade who had Ethan, who was a slave who was in the possession of the prophets, a lot of them but freed by the prophets a lot easier than actually adopted, taken as a son. And the prophets a lot is and basically raised him as one of his own. The fourth person that we talked about accepting Islam and we started discussing him last time was Abu Bakar radi Allahu anhu. Of course, Abu Bakr Siddiq, radi Allahu anhu and that's pretty much what we talked about last time was the, you know, the sadhaka of Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu, the truthfulness, the honesty, the friendship, of Abu Bakr, radi Allahu anhu. And his ability that has the his ability to be able to

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identify and recognize the truth. And so we talked at length about that about how the profits allottee some oftentimes would fondly remember and recall, and even remind others that I called all of you to Islam. And all of you said, You lie. All of you initially rejected me or hesitated at some level, except for Abubakar de la No, he at once immediately accepted, embrace the faith and never doubted me for even a second.

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Continuing on with the story of a book, karate Allahu anhu, I want to kind of divert just a little bit it is still in relationship with I don't think a lot of what I know. And today's session will pretty much still be talking about him, primarily because there's a couple of very profound things which occurred initially immediately after he accepted Islam that are very important for us to cover here. But a couple of things that I wanted to talk about was some of the very early people who accepted Islam were very interesting mix of different individuals. There's a lady that humbler Himalayan is Muslim. And Eve novalja Rahim Allah in His sunon. narrate from Abdullah bin Miss Rudra,

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the Allahu anhu that he says our lumen other on Islam as a bottom, that the first people to make their Islam publicly known were seven individuals, but also the law he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of course a messenger of God, peace and blessings be upon him. Well, Abu bakunin and Abu Bakr radi Allahu Manu. Number three was Amar blue Yasser Allahu wa Omu sumiya his mother's sumiya who was a woman suhaib who was a foreigner he was Roman by origin. Bilal radi Allahu Allah who was a slave. He was an Abyssinian slave. Well, MC dad, and finally the seventh one was al Mecca dad, radi Allahu anhu.

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He then goes on to say I'm going to be Massoud explains, for us for Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for men I will I will be amii as far as the prophets Allah was concerned a lot defended him by means of his uncle.

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Abu Talib was the defense of the prophets a lot he seminal law protecting them by means of Abu Talib. Well I'm Abu Bakr infomine Allah will be only here as far as

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he was concerned and Allah protected him by means of his people. By new Tamim, they predict projected Abu Bakr radi Allahu wa Messiah room for other human Lucia Khun el bassoon, adrar Hadid, masaharu officialdumps but as for the rest of them,

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then they were at the mercy of the mushy corn that they grabbed them. They snatched him up, they would dress them in armor made of iron, and they would throw them out in the sun and make them roast out in the heat of the desert. We're talking about 120 130 up to 140 degrees that they would roast out there in the sun.

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For my man whom and I had in ilaha

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illa kabwata, whom Allah Allah, Allah, Allah Allah Subhana Allah enough soooo filla Juana Allah Tomi

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Otto who Allah will done. So he basically goes on to explain that all of them were eventually able to find some type of reprieve respites from this torture except for belladati allaahu I knew that because he had no value to these people whatsoever because he was a slave to them. He was just property. He was like an animal to them will either be law that they basically handed him over to the children even further aloo funa Biggie fishy IV maka, they would literally tie him up and drag him around in the streets of Mecca. Well, Jolla poo I hadn't. I had I had an ad, and he would scream I had an I had I had an ad, he would proclaim the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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So this is this kind of gives you an idea of the early scene in Mecca. At the same time. What's also very important is to understand that at this point in time, there were other people who were starting to grow closer to Islam. Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu is very remarkable. And one of the most noteworthy things about Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu is that he was the direct means he was the cause. He was the one who basically took this message in the first couple of days of his, even his own Islam. He took this message to some very, very prominent, remarkable people who later on not only did he accept Islam, but later on would become the frontline and the leadership of this oma and they

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are some of the most remarkable people from the generation from the most remarkable generation. So the Sahaba, or the loved one or the most remarkable generation, and some of the most remarkable people of that remarkable generation were brought to Islam at the hands of what cannot be alone one. He was the one that came and invited them and delivered the message of Islam to them and brought them to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to take their Shahada.

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It's mentioned in many different variations that Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu. He was the direct means of delivering a psalm to a Zubaydah mula radi Allahu anhu are a smile, not a fan. Well, the Allahu taala had to obey the law, or the law new sad when a viewer costs not the long line who are demanding the Allahu anhu and all of these were literally in the first couple of days, the first two days of a cut of the Allahu anhu being Muslim. And it said that frontale akula rasulillah salam, Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu gathered all these people or either one by one he sent them to the prophets Allah symbol Ma, whom Abu Bakar to one particular narration that even his haka mentions of the Golan

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who was going around talking to these people, kind of collecting these people together, and we gathered them all together, they were all ready to accept us on he takes them personally with him to the Prophet salani. So for our other article Islam or Tara Lehmann Quran,

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Islamic Amano, and then the Prophet of Allah, Allah he said I'm presented Islam to them recited the book of Allah to them, and told them about the truth of the religion of Islam. And they all believed what kind of heart will are enough for a samanya alladhina Saku Islam, and these were the first this entire group that Abubakar de la Manu took to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. They were eight of the first people to accept Islam and to attest to the truth of the Prophet Mohammed Salah he said them and to believe in everything that he had brought.

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So this is something very remarkable about Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu. Another thing I don't recall if I mentioned this or not, either way, even if I had mentioned it reiterating, it really has no harm. I

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had many different qualities, many qualifications. There were many things that made him remarkable, even before Islam of karateka laquan, who was the leader of his people, say to own us, a leader of his people, he was a target, he was a businessman. And that was the most prestigious occupation. That's basically the equivalent of being a doctor in our communities. All right. And so he was very prestigious, he was very well to do financially. He was very well known, he was a leader of his people. One other thing that the that the life, people that have documented the life of Abu Bakar the logo onto another Sahaba. They also write that Abu Bakar as a loved one who was known by his

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people to never engage in any type of social evils, even though the social evils that were prominent, predominant at that time, and they were completely the norm and acceptable. In spite of that fact. There were some few select people that abstained in the book or the law.

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Manu was one of those people, he was never seen publicly intoxicated by his people. He never would attend the gatherings where they would have, you know, dancing women who would sing and dance. And, you know, you can really imagine kind of like a nightclub type of scene. But ancient Arabian style, this was something that was very prominent at that time. You know, they they would be, they would be consuming lots of food, drinking lots of alcohol, having all types of lewd shameless activity and entertainment going on over there. And this was something that, you know, men would go and attend and indulge in, and there was nothing that was seen to be wrong with that, at that time, because of

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the evil nature of society at that time, in spite of the fact that the Allahu anhu is noted for never having attended any one of these gatherings. He just wasn't personalities. Personally, he just wasn't tempted, he would just wasn't somebody who engaged and indulge in these activities. And that was something that he was known for. That was something that he was known that was known about him very publicly very well.

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Another thing about aboubakar radi Allahu anhu is that, along with being very beloved, very respected, very honorable amongst his people. Something else about him was that he had a very specific talent, the talent of Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu, that he was a genealogist.

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Now, what that basically means is that he was an expert of genealogy, he was an expert of the family trees in the family lineages, he was an expert. Now in order to do that, you have to be number one, very intelligent. Number two, you have to have a superb memory. And then number three, to actually be able to inquire and confirm some of these things you are, you also have to have good people skills, you have to be a man of the people, you have to be able to converse and talk to people and kind of find out and confirm some of their personal family histories and so on who possess these qualities, and he was actually known as the foremost leading authority when it came to family

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lineages in Mecca. Literally anybody that

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would see in Mecca if he didn't already know the music, what's your name? Say my name? Is this food on? Okay, what's your dad's name? so and so? Okay, so your Fulani been philon? You must be the grandson of so so and your uncle is this? So how's your uncle doing? How's your cousin doing say Salaam to your grandfather for me? Right. So that was Abubakar de la Juan, we literally know everyone. He knew everyone's family, you knew that lineages. And this was something very prestigious again at that time. I mean, this, this was what they prided themselves on their entire society was based off of this. And so the loved one was a master of this.

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What that did was, that gave a worker the Allahu anhu a very strategic advantage to know people know where they were coming from.

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And it also gave him he was the ultimate icebreaker book was the ultimate icebreaker conversation starter.

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Because he always knew if he didn't know you, then he knew your dad or he knew your grandfather and knew your uncle or your cousin or somebody and he could always start up a conversation.

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And that ended up being the means no doubt, by means of whichever Baccarat who was able to look in society. And he was able to see okay, who are the people that would be malleable?

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Who are the people that would be favorable towards accepting Islam? And so, Zubaydah

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obey the law della savina. Because Earth man, I'm not a fan of the human being.

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Right away, he thought of these people, because he knew their personal histories. And so immediately he went there and spoke to them. And of course, found a favorable response. Later on something we'll talk about is when the profits alone is him actually started actively engaging in more dialogue. Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu would oftentimes accompany the prophets, Allah nice to them. And he would start up and spark up a conversation and lead into an introduce the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, and a lot of times just make a connection. Because, you know, your great great grandfather was so and so. And you know, he was first cousins with his great great grandfather.

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And then immediately a conversation started a connection was made. And that's what the prophets Allah decem would not would oftentimes find is in, in talking to people. So this was a very remarkable quality of OVA, karate alojado. And that was the means by means of which he was able to be very instrumental in bringing a lot of very prominent, amazing people to Islam. Now, this leads to something else. This leads us to look at the IRS and the Hadeeth.

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Especially there are very, very explicit narrations in regards to this for profit or loss or loss.

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Some says Adele luallen 80 caffarelli. Someone who guides or directs towards something that is good is as if he has done it himself, meaning he gets a reward of it, of doing it. So when I'm not only going for so long when I tell somebody else, hey, it's time for so long, and that person praises Well, I get the reward of depth for that person gets a reward, and I get a duplicate reward of that person brain.

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Man suddenly slamming shouldn't attend has another fella who

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whoever starts a good practice in Islam gets a reward of it, and he gets a reward of whoever will follow that good practice. So this is a form of Southern Nigeria, FRB knowledge that continues to benefit. And because of that the scholars say about karate alone, what I knew was a means of some of these eight remarkable people. At the very beginning, the frontline of Islam, accepting Islam, everything they did for the rest of their lives in the service of Islam. A worker of the Allahu Allah receive the reward of that.

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And then they obviously became the means for other people who became the means for other people who became the means for other people. And so the scholars say it is not difficult to imagine that the books of Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu are open and still recording deeds till today. Let's imagine that.

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Imagine that. You know, even in our world, the world that we live in, there's the idea. There's the admirable idea of leaving a legacy,

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leaving a legacy. And when oftentimes we talk about the legacy of the Sahaba, we talk about the name that they left behind the reputation that they left behind today, there are, you know, hundreds 1000s of ammos of Earth mines of alleys all over the world today named after who, after the earth man, Dr. Eileen, after those people, and no doubt about it, that is a part of the legacy of the Sahaba. But we have to understand one thing about the Sahaba. The Sahaba were sincerity personified.

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The Sahaba they were sincerity personified.

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For Sahaba rhodiola. I know the biggest legacy that they can leave behind was that if nobody ever knew their name, nobody would have remembered who they were. This is a favor of a lion. This is a favor of Allah, not so much upon them, but upon us, that we know who they are. So we actually have someone to look at look up to, to model ourselves after we know who they are Isha Khadija, Abdur Rahman bin alpha Abu Bakr Amara do. We know who they are, so that we have role models, practical, tangible role models,

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but their real, Southern Nigeria, their real legacy was the fact that their book of deeds are open till today, it's still recording beats. Think about that for 1400 years.

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That book has just continued to record

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has continued to record and as the oma grows and as the oma spreads, when you hear about a muster the air in a mustard there,

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when we continue to hear about Islam growing and expanding, and Muslims going farther and farther and growing,

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that just means their book continues to grow bigger and thicker and thicker, with more and more deeds. And so that's the Sahaba of the lung. That's their legacy. That's who they are.

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That's why there's that's why we have such admiration, respect for them. That's why and how they're role models for us, is very important to understand that and realize that.

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So

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continuing on now,

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from the early narrations, we also have a few other stories and I will eventually this will circle back to talking about Abubakar de la mano. But I will kind of diverge just a little bit, just to kind of work in and some of the other narrations there are other narrations which talk about some of these early people coming to Islam. And I want you to kind of understand, there were still some of those miraculous things happening and people coming to Islam, very miraculously in very interesting ways. And from different different ways, some with explanation, some without explanation,

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don't have to ignore obey the law. rhodiola one who says that, and this is an operation that Imam and bayhealth the he actually mentions that bullheadedness obey the law, one of the people that Abu Bakar, the Lord Manu brought to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. There's a little bit of a backstory that's very fascinating. He says that I went to the soup of Busan. This is a place for either raw hibben feasts on it. There was a worshiper who was in his temple worshipping

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yaku sallu al Moses ifim, Roger loman, and we'll head on. And he was basically inquiring from the people that all these people that have come to do business here, please ask if anyone

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Here's from the huddle. They knew what the harm was at that time, aka the Canada is anyone here from the GABA?

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So tal hora de la Manu presented himself as before his Islam and he said now I'm gonna Yeah, I'm right here I'm from and he said 100

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he says has Akhmad appeared.

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He said mana Medusa had you asked about? He said even though Abdullah bin Abdul muttalib He's the son of Abdullah Abdullah Talib. Remember we talked about and if you haven't been able to join us for those sessions, you can go and listen to the recordings. But we've talked about the names of the Prophets a lot he said them and how not only was in some scriptures he referred to as Ahmed, even the Koran when he salesianum That's why he refers to him as I've met, in sort of too soft, but even the mother of the prophets alized him and said to being fond of calling Muhammad because she was shown in a dream to call him and address him as a hermit. Anyways.

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So he said how the shadow shadow lady Hold up. This is the month in which he is supposed to become apparent to the people. Well, who are our funeral ambia He's the finality of all the prophets. Mahalo to whom in our harem, he will appear at the harem wamu hotjar, who in Anakin will have rotten mercy, Baffin and he says that and he will migrate to a place that has plenty of date palms, and he gave some other descriptions to it as well. But the gist of it basically is, is that he's describing the landscape of Medina of yesterday about that time

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for iaca and to spot LA. So then the, the this worship or this priest tells Sahara the lava I know that you need to go and find him you need to be one of the first people that goes in attaches onto him follow

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the law and he says for what coffee

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and what he said made a lot of sense to me for karatsu sorry and hated him to Makkah. So I quickly departed until I reached back home to Mecca for call to help gentlemen hadn't

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done anything major. Anything of significance occur while I was gone. So coluna Mohammed Abdullah Al amin, tenable Subhan Allah, they said yes, Mohammed Omar Abdullah Al amin, call him a meme but then look what they say about him.

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Tanaka is the verb in the Arabic language. That doesn't mean to be a prophet, it means to pretend to be a prophet. They say look at look at the contradiction here. They say Mohammed Abdullah Al Ameen. You know, the trustworthy guy. Yeah, he pretends to be a prophet like they're contradicting themselves.

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They're contradicting you know, like when somebody goes to the Imam and they go Mom, you don't know what you're talking about. Right? So it's kind of like either he doesn't know he's talking about or don't call me mom, right? Like you got to pick one or the other. It's a very common predictor many moms he could probably give you a lot of stories. Mashallah. So, Mohammed Abdullah Al amin, Televisa, he pretends to be a prophet

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who ignore a bit for half a meter. And he said Abu Bakar the son of Abu hanifa has followed him

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for color

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so I went until I found Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah. Allah subhanaw taala Raja

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Saku I said to him, Have you followed this man Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam he said yes. So he said frontenac the day He further Fulani for today

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and then Abu Bakr radi Allahu ever die.

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The constant color to Allah. He says Yes, I have. He goes you should go to him. You should go and meet him you should follow him to four in a row

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because he calls to the truth for us, but I will tell Hubby, my panel and the panel has said well I got some information for you. Wait till I wait till you hear what I got to tell you.

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And then he tells him the story about this worshipper. 400 Abu Bakar little half a dozen ibrc laser Luddism for us limited then

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immediately took him to the profits a lot he said I'm until Taha accepted Islam

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now Don had tells the prophets a lot he said I'm what the worship or what the raw have had said

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for surah Botanica and the process was very pleased to hear this as you can imagine, for Lama Islam, Abu Bakr, Atal, ha ha ha de mano flew Wally bin

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nofal bin who waited been allowed we are he basically one star heights up that is how many found out both aboubaker and palheiro. The Allahu Anima were Muslim. May Allah be pleased with them. He grabbed both of them basically kidnapped

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them, what can I do the French, he used to be called the Lion of Quraysh nofal Venezuela. So he was he was like a warrior. But at the same time because of that he was a little bit of a troublemaker, because he knew he could get away with it, the intimidation factor for sure Wi Fi habit in my head. So he took one rope and tied up both of them using one rope like tied them to each other, like prisoners. While I'm here now my blue team and blue team were basically not able to come to their requests come to the rescue immediately. They weren't able to come and help them immediately. So they were left there tight for some time for the Delica Soumya Baccarat arena. And from that day on

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till the end of their life abubaker in total love what I knew would be fondly remembered as a party name. They were called Best Buddies.

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Because they used to recall, you know, sometimes when you've kind of been through something tough with somebody early on, you kind of develop a bond with them for the rest of your life like brothers in arms. Right? So that's what Abu Bakr radi Allahu animada relationship was like they were called the Rename the Prophet of Allah Salafi cinema at that point in time when he found out what was going on with Abu Bakar and talhah rhodiola hanuma he may do I love makina Shara even Allah, Oh Allah, you help us free us from the evil of this man. nofal been coded. And then basically after that Abubakar and Paul, how may Allah be pleased with them, they were able to escape from his clutches by means of

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the door of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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and so as I was mentioning earlier,

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Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu was the direct cause of many of the people early on accepting Islam. There's there's another interesting narration which kind of gives a little bit more detail where it talks about Chateau de la ohana actually narrates this by what she had learned from the profits a lot of him in her own father Abubakar that she says Khadija Abubakar, you read Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, Mercado de la nuit literally the day after Prophethood he goes out looking for the prophets a lot. He said them and he says and what kind of Lucha de conville Jamelia. He was a prophet sallallahu his best friend. And he met the prophets a lot of him and he said yeah, I asked him

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for for ketamine, modalities, economica, you were missing from the gatherings of your people today. What's

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the ABA?

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And they're saying that you are talking about some strange stuff and you're basically talking bad about their forefathers for colossal Islamism in the Rasulullah Illallah I am the messenger of God and I call you to Allah. As soon as the prophets Allah has him completed presenting his message of Islam over

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the long run we accepted Islam from tala cannula sola salatu salam and the prophets Allah ism departed then why am I being a shebeen I had an accident surah minu be Islamic Abu Bakr, radi, Allahu wa Abubakar and so nobody was more pleased with the Islam of Abu Bakar than the prophets Allah He sent him a book or the allamani goes out and he finds your earth man when alpha Tato Nabila Zubaydah, Luna, Seidman of your costs, and they all become Muslim.

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Then he sets up the next day and he finds earthman bin mother own, he finds a boy obey the law above aprobado moogerah, who the prophets Allah Nizam, dubbed, he titled them as amino has illuma the most trustworthy man of this ummah, he on the second day of being Muslim, of a karate love, mano approaches earthman binmatch own, he approaches abor Aveda to new era, and the third one Abdur Rahman bin and also Abu Salah bin Abdullah Asad, the famous Abu Salim man whose wife was Osama, who would later on he would die or who Salah in his wife. Oussama would become one of the Mahajan, meaning one of the wives of the Prophet Salaam Abu Salah, accepted Islam on the second day of

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Obamacare or the law new being Muslim by means of Obamacare. Well, our company

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and our company, our firm who was

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he was

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absolutely, he was the founder of.com.

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He was the founder of download, the first place of congregating the first place of worshipping the first safe haven private kind of, you know, worshipping place that they had the Muslims. It was his own outcome

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and who brought that a lot of comfort

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Bismillah Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah on the second day of being Muslim equality

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game recognize game. You see this Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah who is quality. Look at the type of people he brings to Islam for us lamudi all accepted Assam radi Allahu Allah, may Allah be pleased with them.

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So, this is the story of a Baba karate alojado.

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The story proceeds a little bit further, and this will lead into the final story that I'll share here about Abubakar the luevano. What I'd like to basically explain is the narrations mentioned that at this point in time, that some narration say that there were, you know, 38 believers, some of the narrations

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say that there were

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almost about 40 people altogether. And there's a list of who some of these people were, aside from the people that we've already talked about. Some of the others were Abu Salim, of course, we talked about him, Abdullah bin Abdullah said

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combinability we just talked about Othman minmus on who we spoke about his two brothers who Dhamma and Abdullah also were some of the early believers or beta in new Hadith

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as smart and he shot the two daughters of Abu Bakar. The alarm I knew. They also were some of the early believers, kebab in a lot, who was a slave that underwent a lot of torture was one of the early believers are made in a b. a b will cause the brother of saddling up with costs, while also one of the early believers sads brother, I've done I've been Masood rhodiola, who I knew was also one of the early believers. I'll tell you the story of I've done I've been rude, maybe towards the end of today's session, and Miss Urban alacati some of the other things that are mentioned in today's following word

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solid when Amara is when Abby Robbie Robbie, his and his wife as mabin salema, who lays been who they've been with Safa, excuse me, a meet up in Abu Dhabi, Abdullah Abu Ahmed, the two sons of Joshua in the Arab Joshua Barnaby Barnaby and his wife as smart bench roommates, how to inherit and his two brothers hotter and warmer as well as the wives of the first two sons, a solid been Earth man, even Maroon muttalib even as her and his wife Ramallah, Noreen Ramallah who would later on go on to be known as omo Habiba, who would also become one of the wives of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam. She was one of the early believers. She was the daughter of abuse of yarn, very

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interestingly, named bin Abdullah Amina even for Hadar, who was one of the servants of Oba canali alojado Khalid bin Sorry, I'll tell you a story about hollyburn sorry, then just a little bit, his wife, um, and I've been kind of hearted. Even Ahmed Abu hanifa masham been ultra Joaquin, Abdullah Khalid Abu Bakr, Khalid al Baqir, even at the lead, and his three brothers, Amir Hakim, and as a matter of vinyasa, and of course, suhaib MC, Nan, these, all of these put together basically amounted to 40 believers. And these were the first 40 believers who basically made up the original core of the believers.

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When the numbers reached this many, and it seemed like it was gaining some traction. And they were gathering together in the house of outcome. And they were worshiping together praying together, at this point in time, oh, Baba, karate, Lavanya, naturally, being a leader of people, and also just having that yearning desire. A Look at all the alumni I knew, told the profits a lot he sent me actually insisted upon the profits a large sum, we should go public. We should all go and make a public stand. This is who we are. This is what we're about.

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That's it is what it is. We need to go at least and make some type of a public appearance as a group as an oma, the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And this is something interesting. This is prophetic wisdom. Now the prophets Allah Islam didn't issue a command. Because if you would have issued a command over the long line, who never would have argued with it, send me

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my Atacama rasuluh manakamana

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obey the messenger Salafi center, but the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is sharing prophetic wisdom. But oftentimes we have to kind of learn the lesson sometimes by multiple means. Not just through instruction but a little bit through experience the profits a lot he said, um, and also, this is the will and the decree of a lot that this was to occur.

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Because it taught us a very profound lesson. So the prophets a lot of them said, Yeah, abubaker in Napoli, she didn't say no, we're not going. Because then there would be no argument. He said, Oh Baba, we are very few.

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We are very few. I mean, we sit together in a room and it feels empowering. But you do understand we are very few said, I know a messenger of Allah, we gotta go.

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So the prophets, a lot of them said, Alright, if you insist. So they all believers, they got together, they went to the masjid. And when they got to the bottom, they kind of spread out a little bit.

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And

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each person went and kind of sat next to some people from his or her tribe or family.

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Because that was a natural way of kind of making a stronger showing. Because if you wanted to go,

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you know, bash somebody in the head. And all sudden you see him sitting with some of his tribes, people, there was enough tribal pride

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to where the tribes people would have said, Well, we think

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we think he's crazy, too. But he's are crazy.

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We'll do what needs to be done. You ain't touching.

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So there was enough tribal pride, there was enough rivalry between the families and the tribes to be able to provide some type of protection or safety. So they kind of spread out found a couple of people of their tribe and family just kind of sat with them, because they used to naturally sit kind of split up segment. This gently I remember, that's why when we come to the masjid

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and when we sit with our own little ethnic, ethnic, ethnic groups, we're acting like people have jaggedy that's not the oma of the prophets, Allah, Allah. Do you know if the profits are Luddism mixes in mingles

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and we should mix and mingle everywhere. But there's one place where we have to make a concerted effort to mix and mingle, that's a house of Allah.

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So Nevertheless, the Sahaba the long run and facing overwhelming odds, to kind of split out spread out to kind of find a little bit of support.

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And the narration very beautifully, says, Abubakar, the Aloha who stood up

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and addressed the people. And the person narrating and narration says, well, karma Abu Bakar financing hottie been pursuing salatu salam adulation, the process of sitting nearby to Hashem and Quraysh. And because the prophets Allah, Islam had said to people, they knew that he was a wonder Prophet, but to see somebody respectable from the community, speaking on behalf of him, saying, I believe in I support this message, so it's like an endorsement first public endorsement by a very, very influential figure of the community.

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So aboubaker The other one is stood up in spoke for kind of overly hot even in a lot of a lot of silly. This is the first time somebody stood as a hottie calling to align His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam without an akuna Allah, Allah mercy me.

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And they basically mobbed Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu and many of the other Muslims who were there at that time as well. For gudi woofie nawala mercy Darwin shalida. Basically a lot of Muslims got beat up in these different into different corners of the Hunnam on that day.

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Well, will the Abu Bakar will do Lieberman Sheridan and Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu

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got the worst of it.

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And he was beaten very severely. Someone saw the narration says that ultra Benjamin robia, who is a very hateful spiteful enemy of Islam. He specifically went he took his shoes off and the narration specifically says that he had a hard soled shoes,

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his shoes out hard soles,

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which is very distinct at that time, because typically a lot of times because it was the desert in the sand. A lot of times his shoes that he would wear would be made out of leather and would be soft, flexible, almost like what we would consider flip flops. That was very common footwear at that time. But he had soles that were like very hard. He took his shoes off and the narration says he sat Ilana was thrown on the ground as he was being beaten. He sat on the test level book or the logo and took his shoes, hard soles a dress shoes and started to pound the face of a walker the long run with the shoes, and specifically the narration says he was targeting the nose of a worker the longer till

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he beat it so badly. Oh Bukhara. Ilana was bleeding so much you couldn't recognize him. His whole face was covered with blood. His nose was severely broken. So much so that his face was even a little disfigured.

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And he was basically beaten into a coma.

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Finally the narration says that blue team

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When they saw what was going on, and it was like pandemonium in there, it was a riot. It was a mini riot. Finally the people who were there the people of the family of Bukhara, Delano, they realize what was going on. So they surrounded him and they pushed everyone off.

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And they quickly picked up a book or they under rushed him off to his home, actually, to his mother's home.

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And Subhanallah you know, to fight with, there's a there's a thing in in Arab culture in the Arabic language in Arab culture, with the prophets a lot of him actually affirmed of is called to firewall to firewall means to almost hope for something good by saying good words.

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I don't want to quite call it good luck, because there's no concept of luck. But it's almost like, you know, a good encouragement by giving something a good name or saying something good. So like, it's almost like if a boy starts to memorize the Quran or a boy starts coming to Koran class, and he's still doing a live bad that any column Mashallah half of the Quran,

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like a boy named Muhammad starts coming to Franklin's income half is obviously not going to call him half of that. It's almost like an encouragement. Like almost like, you know, almost kind of like predicting, I can see this kid becoming a half as much alone. Like that, in that sense. This call to fatwood. The name the cornea, the laptop, of the mother of Abu Bakr, radi, Allahu anhu was

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the mother of good.

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And you obviously see that too fat when playing out because she's the mother of Abu Bakar, the alohar. So she was called woman head. So they take her to the house of woman head. And then the family of a book, another long blue team, they actually go back outside, and they take an oath at the heart of the saying that if he dies, because he said, Everyone who looked at our book, everything along wonder at that moment was almost certain this man is going to die. He's not going to survive. They took an oath, he said, if he dies, we will publicly murder entrepreneural BIA as retribution. We will publicly murder him like it was such a severe situation.

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So now we're counting a lot more I know is there. A buco hoffa his father and some of the other leaders of bunu team are there. They're trying to talk to him trying to communicate with him trying to resuscitate him, trying to help him regain consciousness. And it said that he didn't wake up or talk to anyone almost for a day. I'm kind of spitballing here, but I may be assuming too much. But I almost can see that being like almost like a coma.

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And so he was beaten into a coma, he finally recovers. After a day or so snaps out of it comes back. And the first thing that the worker or the loved one who says is masala Rasulullah.

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What happened to the professor? Because last he remembers he sees everybody, a dozen people getting beaten severely. He sees his own face getting pounded in and he blocks out.

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What happened to the Prophet

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wakes up and that's the first question he asks in a panic, because that's the last thing he remembers.

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It said that literally. All the leaders of his family or staff sitting around him, they start cursing him.

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They start cursing him.

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They this this this guy is hopeless. He's a fanatic. He's crazy. He's lost it.

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We're wasting our time with him. He's still asking about him. He almost dies serving Him. And now he asks about him.

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So they leave him. literally everyone leaves before they leave the tell his mother on willhave that we know you're his mom. So you're going to take care of him. Just to make sure you know they give him some some they give her some advice, medical or health advice. Make sure he drinks a little bit of days. He eats a little bit of that. I just get this get him get his nutrition back and get him to start kind of recovering and rehabilitating.

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So

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she approaches him with some food, some water some things.

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And he says what happened to the profits of lunch?

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She says I swear to God will lie he madly in bizarre habit. I swear to God, I don't know what happened to your friend. I don't know. I'm just a simple old woman who's worried about her son.

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So please let me take care of you. He says go to Ooh, Jamil.

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Ahmed amin is the sister of

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honourable Hurtado de la Juana. who's one of

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The early converts to Islam, her and her husband, Sarah, even Zaid, who's one of the eyeshadow Bashara.

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And so he says go to Jamil. She'll know.

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You can trust her she'll know.

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So she realizes he's not about to let me do anything for him until I go and I find out. She goes to me. And she says, What can you tell me about the profits allottee center that she says my son Abu Bakar asks you sent me to ask you about Mohammed Abdullah. Omar Jimmy says ma RT Ababa Karbala Mohammed Abdullah. I don't know Abubakar and I don't know Mohammed Abdullah? I don't know. Now, this is a form of lying that is permissible for the sake of protecting one's own safety hiding one's faith. So I don't know. I can't tell you anything.

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And she said that Okay, fine. I think I understand what's going on here. How about this? My son almost got killed. He almost died. How about you just come visit him and see how he's doing? She goes, Okay, I'll do that. Your mother, your son is you know, going through some really hard times. Let me come help you out. So she comes when she rushes to Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu. And when she sees him, she screams mucho mean, when she sees Abubakar Avila manushi script

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is basically a leader to them.

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So Prophet says and right hand man, she screams

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and she says, Who are the people that this to you? She swears by a lot that the people who would do this to you are some terrible people and fiscal makeover. And I swear to God, I hope that Allah takes revenge on your behalf from those people.

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A worker the love minute response. He didn't say yeah, look what my father was like.

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What happened to the prophets?

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She says, oh, Jamil says your mother's listening.

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I mean, you know our situation. You almost died. She's listening. Working with a lawyer says you don't have anything to worry about in terms of her. She's good. So then she says Solomon Solomon. The process is just fine. He's safe. Don't worry. He says where is he says he's in the house of article. That'll be it will be.

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And then Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu says to the chagrin of his mother to the disappointment of his mother for in La La Jolla, La Jolla. For in La La Jolla Alia I swear to God that our Allah do catarman Willa Ashley Boucher Robin. Oh Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I will not taste anything. I will not drink a sip of water until I go in. I see the prophets a lot so myself. So then Omu Jamil

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disbeliever, believing woman and the mother almost hired basically wait till the evening till the streets kind of calm down. Everybody goes home. And then they leave. And instead of working on the lawn, Kenny will walk on his own he's leaning on them. And they're literally carrying him until they reach the house of earth.

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And the prophets and abubaker of the law 100 goes inside. And when the prophets Allah decencies Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu This tells you the love

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normally industry, what would you expect? And what are the long one who went and hug the prophets a lot easier than

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the narration says acaba la he Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi Salaam.

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The prophets allowed him as soon as Abu Bakar the long walk through the door and the prophets Allah Himself Bukhara, Delano, the prophets are some went and hug doubleback

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Ilana winning grabbed him in the profits a lot is him kiss double back into the long run on his forehead.

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And the profits a lot of him had tears in his eyes and all the Muslims came around what de la hora de la symmetric potentially that the prophet SAW some teared up and became very emotional. By seeing the condition of opal Baccarat, the love

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and the love the Allahu anhu taught us a man on that day. He said be a beaver omya Rasul Allah lays Habiba son in law man alafasy min YG what are the inmy beratan b1 idea what antimo Bara confederal ha ilahi whether Allahu Allah azza wa jal a and stunted aha becoming an NA. So hon Allah, oh boca de la new said that. All messenger of alarming my father and mother be sacrificed for you. I don't care. No matter what some wretched man does to my face. It doesn't matter to me, as long as I see you and you're okay.

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And then after stating his emaan his love for the prophet SAW Selim, what's the second thing now? He got what he wanted, right? I won't eat anything. I won't sip any water until I see the profit for lunches, okay. He got what he wanted. What does he say now? Look at the second thing on his mind. He says on messenger of Allah heavy on me. This is my mother beratan Viva La dia. She's a good mother on messenger of Allah. She takes you to care of her son. She doesn't understand why her son is the way that he is. Why he believes in this why he makes the sacrifices. why he's so desperate to see you. But she took care and she did right by her son. She's a good mother on messenger of Allah she

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is a cleaner

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and you are blessing Oh messenger Allah and thermobaric. You are blessing you are blessed by God. Further Allah in Allah, please call her to Allah. Whether Allah Allah hi and ask Allah make dua on her behalf to Allah, that Allah put Islam in our heart. I hope that Allah subhanaw taala will save her from the fire by means of you a messenger of Allah for Allah huddles, Li salatu salam. So the Messenger of Allah Salah is made to offer her guidance

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through muda Illa and then he called her to allow for us limit

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and she accepted as

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the mother of ibaka de la cuando acceptance on no sacrifice goes unrewarded.

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No sacrifice goes on to reward. He went out there to preach to the people.

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Whether the people listened or didn't, what do you think could be more pleasing to someone than their own mother accepting Islam

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that was a consequence of the sacrifice, the devotion, the dedication, the love of obika while the loved one

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and it said that Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu in his mother overlayed stayed for a whole month in the house of outcome with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the nurse. This particular narration says that there were 39 people at that time, will lagotto Allah Allah. And the narration on continues to talk about some other incidents that we'll talk about separately from this particular incident in this particular narration.

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There

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are a couple of other narrations that I'd like to quickly share here at the end of today's session.

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One particular narration that is very interesting that is mentioned here is a narration about

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omroep navassa as tsunami rhodiola. I know, he says he came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, in the early days of the Prophet hood in Mecca. And at that point in time, the process was still keeping things private and quiet. And he says, I asked him anantha, who are you? And he said, I'm gonna be you and I am a prophet said what is a prophet? He said, I am a messenger of God. He said that Allah sent you. He said, Yes. He said, What did he send you with? He said, Be anti coup de la de la sharika lahu that you worship Allah alone and don't associate any partners to him. What that's what tech Cyril a cinema and that you break your idols will toss in a hammer and then you keep good

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relations with your family members.

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He said that Nia mama Otto Salah can be from America, this is very beautiful what God has sent you with. This is truly admirable what God has sent you with who is with you in this message in this cause. He said what

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he said free enslave, free man enslave. And one particular narration says that when he was having this conversation with the prophet SAW some on either side of the process of there was Abu Bakar and beloved brother, your loved one. And the profits, a lot of them says free man and slave, everybody is free to welcome free to join and they all join, they all recognize the truth and gravitate towards it. And he said that he accepted Islam at that time and he was one of the early converts to Islam.

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There are many other narrations of this nature that are mentioned sad b&w of cosmetic Allah and he talks about Islam and being an early convert to Islam. There's another very beautiful narration about Abdullah bin Massoud or the Allahu anhu, who is a very great companion of the prophets a lot he's in a maybe in one of the some of the later

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you know, sessions, we might even get an opportunity to talk more about Abdullah bin Mr. odo the Allahu anhu. But to summarize very briefly, I've delivered Mr. de la who I knew is a man about whom the Sahaba say we used to think he was from the family of the prophets, Allah so we were all convinced you as a family member, when the idea of you know seeking permission before coming into the home of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was revealed

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that seek permission before

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You enter into the home of the prophets, a lot of them when that was revealed the prophets a lot of them read the ayah gave everyone the instructions and the adab and then looked at Abdullah bin Masood, or the alojado and said isn't Luca aleja and turfan a Java Fatah the one that the way you seek permission to come into my home is lift up the curtain and walk right in your family.

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Your family.

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That was the status of Abdullah bin Masuda the Allahu anhu the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told him about his status in Paradise, that are Yeah, Abdullah, that your one leg will be weighed on the Day of Judgment they will be heavier than the seven heavens and the seven Earths

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that the prophets have told him the glad tidings of Paradise gave him the news of Paradise in this world. And the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu say that all of the knowledge of the Sahaba used to end at Abdullah bin Massoud or Ali bin or Vitaly, they knew more than all the rest of the Sahaba the prophets a lot of them gave him a blank check. The prophets awesome says anything that you ever hear from Abdullah bin Massoud automatically, no, it came from me. open license. It came from me just know it. That's a level of trust that he had relationship that he had with the Prophet ceylonese in his story of accepting Islam. It's a very beautiful

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thing. Okay, we're done in about 60 seconds. The history of accepting Islam is he says I was a young boy who was hired to watch over some camels who used to graze outside of Makkah.

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So I was a young boy who was hired to hide who was hired by Aqua been a bit more aid to watch over some of these camels who would graze outside of Mecca. So one day Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah and the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam came, and they saw me and they asked, yeah, hula Lebanon, Christina,

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the man Do you have some milk to you know, kind of share with us?

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kind of conversation breaker again, you know, he had some, he had some milk to share with us as well. He said in the multiminer, cricket the quality of the individual. He says I am in a position of trust. I have these animals. They just don't belong to me. They don't belong to me. The profits a lot as well as to be safley combined. He says that therefore I can't serve you anything. Please don't take it personally. I just can't they're not mine. So then

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the prophets allottee semester, he goes on. Are there any camels here

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that aren't a part of the herd?

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Like any camels that are still younger, that aren't a part of the herd?

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He said yeah, there's some camels kind of around here wondering about that don't really belong to the flock to heard that I'm watching over. So the prophets Allah has him now. Found a young she camel, this from the more desert of the prophets Allah de ser found a young she camel meaning a young she camel who had not

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been you know she had not been bred yet.

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She had not been joined with a male male Camel Up till this point. She had not been used for breeding yet meaning what that she this young camel did not have any milk

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the profits a lot he seldom approached that camel and

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the prophets a lot isn't touched the she camel

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and Abdullah bin Masuda de Allahu anhu says I swear to God

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that the utters of the she camel became filled with milk in front of my eyes,

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walk around the lawn and pulled up a rock and sat down on it.

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or excuse me, he says that he found a rock that was kind of kind of curved out could be kind of like a makeshift bowl. He found a rock like this and he cleaned it out.

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And he sat down under the camel and he milked the camel into the stone in front of me.

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And once he milked the camel till it was complete, the prophet of Allah salallahu alayhi wasalam goes, places hand on the she camel and he says iplus

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now received,

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received back and he says in front of my eyes, literally the milk disappeared. The others went back in, in front of my eyes, Abdullah Massoud says, I'm watching all of this. And then the Prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam called me to come sit with this young man.

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And I sat down with them and all three of us drank milk out of that rock.

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And he said before we drank,

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he said, you know, the prophet of Allah Salaam, said Bismillah when they were done, he said hamdulillah he thanked a lot of praised Allah. So he said, I've delivered Masuda the Allahu anhu says, aluminum in hydrocodone

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Teach me these beautiful words. Teach me these beautiful words. The Prophet of Allah salatu salam, this is again a foretelling of prophecy by the prophet of Allah azza wa jal I told you the virtues, of of deliberateness are una de la mano intentionally, because the Prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam before he even invites him to Islam. Before I've done up in Masuda Delano, except to some, the prophet of Allah Salafi some says in nikka hola Mundo Allah.

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You are very knowledgeable young man. I

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mean, he's foretelling. He's prophesizing saying you are going to be a man of great knowledge.

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A man of great knowledge.

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And one limb of this oma in Nicola Manuel lemon, you have been granted great knowledge.

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And then I've delivered Masuda de la Han, who says obviously, I accepted Islam at the hands of the prophets, Allah doesn't. And he says that I memorized and obviously when he's saying this, this is before the completion of the Quran. Because Abdullah bin Massoud rhodiola, was from the original profiled the original memorizers of the Quran had his own handwritten must have, he had his own handwritten manuscript of the Quran. But at the time, he's mentioning this story, he's telling the story. He says, I memorize 70 sutras directly from the mouth of the Prophet so that meaning I directly received and was taught 70 sutras by the prophets, a lot of them before anyone else.

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So up till that point, there were 70 sutras that had been revealed in their entirety and said, I was the first half of those 70 sewers.

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And that's the story of Abdullah bin Massoud, rather the Aloha new accepting Islam.

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And there are even more stories and more narrations but inshallah we'll hold off till the next session to talk about more. The next two Sahaba rhodiola and early converts, once again, that we'll talk about is Khalid bin seri bin Alas, radi Allahu anhu. And then we'll also talk about Hamza bin Abdul muttalib, the uncle of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam. inshallah, in the next couple of sessions, we'll be talking about them, and then also coming to Islam, and then some of the materializing of major events. As more and more people come to Islam, some of the major events that transpired May Allah subhanaw taala grant us all the ability to practice everything that is said and

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