Seerah 040 – The Prophet, Utba bin Rabi’ah & Surah Fussilat

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The interviewer discusses the importance of protecting and preserving the institution of one's family and home, as well as avoiding shamelessness and le payments in society. They emphasize the need for people to be strong and intelligent to achieve their goals, and stress the importance of practicing and learning in a culture where minority communities are present. The interviewer also touches on the impact of the Prophet's magic on people, including their experiences with Islam and the message of Islam, and the importance of avoiding shamelessness and le payments in society.

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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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Lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah, while AlLahi wa sahbihi edge marine

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shala continuing with our lesson on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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This week, we're going to be talking about a very famous conversation that took place between the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and one of the leaders of Quraysh, one of the key opponents to the message of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and a very prominent member of his society.

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So currently, right now, chronologically, speaking, we're probably

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you know, discussing the end of the third beginning of the fourth year of the sea and all the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, excuse me, were when the end of the third beginning of the fourth year of prophethood, from the life of the prophets, a lot a Selim. So this is, we're about in year four of the actual message and the preaching in the Dawa, then the Buddha. And at this point in time, there was a very interesting incident that took place is very well known, it's quite famous, but nevertheless, very, very remarkable. We have talked about at this time that, you know, the community was steadily and slowly growing. And more and more prominent members of society and

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community continued to join this message and join this cause. And we're continuing to join the ranks of the believers in the community of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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we talked about, and actually one of the notes that are probably one of the things I'll touch on a little bit later is we talked about the conversion of thumbs up in optimal, hands out of the Allahu anhu. But even a lot of more of the famous accounts of the Sierra, the famous historians who have documented the life of the prophets, a lot of them say Hamza, the Allahu anhu, accepted assignment, the fifth year of prophethood. But some classical historians and scholars of this era place his acceptance of Islam a little bit earlier in the seat. Ah, so it just all depends, but we'll talk about this. But we talked about the fatty we talked about a few outsiders continuing to come to

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Makkah and embrace Islam and accept this song. We talked about the community of the prophets, a lot of them is 40 plus people at this time, many women, many children, or youth rather, I should say there's many women, there are many youth and even older, respected members of society like Abu Bakar and earthman. Are they a lot more on home?

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At the same time now the message is actually public. The prophets a lot essentially is going around preaching in the marketplace, knocking on doors, he is talking to people now. And this is a well known documented fact. And because of that, the opposition to the prophets, a lot of the sermons also a public affair. And I also talked about we discussed here, how the opposition to the prophets a lot he said them in the Muslims also took on a very public face by the name of Abu Jad, so Abuja when I would have come, I'm going to be Nishan, being a leader of McCann have decided to make it a personal cause to make the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and the life of anyone who would

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dare to accept Islam and follow the profits a lot. He says he made it his personal life mission to make their lives as difficult as possible. And so all of this is going on. Now, amidst all of this. We also talked about how there were a few public incidents, the prophets, a lot of them publicly conversing with all of parish presidents, but who Hashem particularly the Prophet of Allah salatu salam, you know, being attacked a couple of times verbally and people trying to get aggressive with him. And that's when Abu Talib stepped in and kind of made it a public cause that rallied Ubuntu Hashem behind the prophets, Allah nice, and I'm saying that the honor and the dignity of our people

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in our tribe, our families at stake here, agree with Mohammed or disagree, that's a side issue, but this is still the grandson of Abdulmutallab, this is still one of us, but who hashima we cannot tolerate any disrespect to the family to the tribe. So I built on it very strategically use that tribal mentality for the protection of the profits a lot. He said, um, we know about the situation of Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu, being being having been beaten into a coma. And so there were different different situations that were going on publicly at this time.

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One of the things one of the things we also talked about was how the operational leaders of Piraeus came to Abu Talib and made a proposal. Why don't you tell your nephew to kind of calm things down a little bit more

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Just to scale things back a little bit, and when I will call him called on the profits a lot, he said and he said, My dear nephew, what are you doing? You're making trouble. They're complaining to me. Why are you making my life difficult? And the profits a lot of them felt so bad are troubling his uncle that he was in tears and with tears in his eyes and his voice cracking with all of his heart and passion. The prophets a lot of them said, Yeah, I'm me, my dear, dear beloved uncle,

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in whom Lobo a sham Sophia Mimi, well, Amalfi Sadie, Len soroka, MD hada, that even if these people were to put the sun in my right hand in the moon in my left hand, I would not stop doing what I've been told to do had de

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Hatta until and unless that Allah subhanaw taala used to handle the law that Allah has given this Dean the prominence that is meant to achieve and results in, or onega family or I perish, I died trying to accomplish my goal. So I got to do what I got to do. And a butanna By that time, put his support behind the profits a lot he sent him. After that, he came back to Ableton Live with an even more preposterous proposal and request. We talked about this, how they brought a young man by the name of Mr. Shah, who was a very bright, young, intelligent, you know, kind of up and comer, one of those, you know, superstars of the community, a young superstar of the community, they brought him

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and they said, We'd like to propose a trade. You know, we know you're old. And, you know, Muhammad is like a son to you. And you have a lot of hopes pinned in him, you know, you have you've pinned a lot of your hopes on him in terms of future leadership and taking care of the family this and that. Well, what if we gave you a model, he'd be officially like your son, and you hand over Muhammad Salah, listen to us, it's straight. And I thought it was just completely just taken aback. He was baffled by the stupidity of the people, and even said to them, he goes, You people cannot be serious.

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What did you think, coming here? Like, what did you think was going to be my response? So they've tried this diplomacy, it's a very unfortunate form of diplomacy that seems to lack any intelligence. But nevertheless, this was their diplomacy. So they had they had tried this a couple of times. But then they started resorting to violence and aggression. And when that wasn't working either, then what did they decide to do? So there's a very interesting narration that mentions the next course of action. And there are various different variations of the same narration that are mentioned in different books of Hadith by different scholars of Sierra and Hadeeth.

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And I'll share some of the variations with you.

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But the most detailed version of the story is mentioned by some of the scholars of Hadith and Sierra. And they mentioned this is narrated by Jabir bin Abdullah, he says, It's from operation Yeoman, that Quraysh got together the leadership, the brainchild of Quraysh, they gathered together and they said

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that who amongst us would be the most qualified the most knowledgeable the best at identifying magic or poetry or gin possession or insanity, mental instability, who wouldn't be able to recognize these things the best

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and they said because this man Mohammed Federer, aka Gemma, Jenna, was shatta Emraan was shut up. I'm gonna wear Aberdeen Anna, because this man has, you know, divided our community, he has belittled our way of life. And he has, you know,

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expose the faults within our religion. He's criticized our belief system. So what do we do? So basically, in that Council, they said Ma, Na, Na Ma, high generator, automatic neurobion. We don't know anyone who would be more qualified to identify if it is truly magic, or if it is poetry, or if it is just simple insanity. We don't know anyone else who would be better be able to see through these issues, and be able to identify exactly what's going on more than Atiba been. There'll be a boon Waleed, or Robin Robin, who was a leader of Federation has actually said about him. He was very wealthy. He was very politically influential. He was very well read. And the other thing about him

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was that he was very well traveled, it said about our thoughts about being RBI, that he was one of the few people in MCI inspiration, who had stood in the court of all the major kings of the of the world at that time, he had stood and conversed with the emperor of Rome, the emperor of Persia, the king of Abyssinia, he had been to all these major empires, and he had traveled the world basically, he had traveled the entire civilized world. So when somebody is

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That will travel that gives them a lot of, you know, a broad scope of, you know, reference and knowledge. So they said, you know, it's about being RBI will be the most qualified amongst all of us. So they went to him, and NTR abahlali they said, it's you. I mean, we're returning to you your last hope here. So it said that urge bobbing or bi approaches the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said, Yeah, Muhammad, antihero nama Abdullah for sakata Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam for Kala and Takeda nama Abdulmutallab for sakata Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So he basically started, you know, emotionally trying to blackmail the profits a lot. He said, I'm trying

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to corner the profits a lot. He said, I mean, really use a line of reasoning or logic, that's not fair. And he started saying, Are you better our forefathers better? Are you better than your own forefathers?

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Because it's not to say that he's correct or incorrect, because we've talked about this in the earlier sessions. That's a point of discussion and contention amongst your lemma, the scholars of the soma, what exactly was the beliefs of what were the beliefs of the father and the grandfather of the prophets? A lot of them so we're not going to get into that discussion here. But even that shows here where the profits allowed some remain quiet. He did not respond because he knew there was no point in responding to this man.

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So the profits allowed him stayed quiet. And then he goes on to say in Quinta doesn't move and how will it fail Minka *a Dabba Doo, Neha, and Lottie epta y en cuenta de Monica helmingham for kelim hetton a smartphone UK. So he said that if you think that they were better than you, well, they used to worship these idols that you talk bad about. And if you think you're better than them, then talk Let's hear what you have to say. Let us judge what you have to say. In our lucky model aina sublet and Otto Sharma told me he Minka. We've never seen anybody be more of a trouble and a headache for their people more than you are for rock the Jamaat and I wish that that was that was at that time

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Ronna Dina, well for that and I feel Arab. He said that you know, same thing you've you've divided our community you've made you know, you've humiliated us in front of all of the Arabs. You've mocked our way of life our religion, our belief system, has Allah Katara photography him and a few Raisa here on we're undefeated Malaysian carrageenan Well, lucky man and tofu Illa Mithra say hottel habla Puma Baba, Baba Hata netta Fina au Harajuku in Ghana in nama beacon hajah. And he basically goes on to say that we're not going to wait for anything. We're done with you. Basically, we've had it up to here. We're completely done with you. Either you stop what you're doing now any and he basically

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says that now people are starting to say there is a magician there is a soothsayer, there is a possessed man amongst operation, and we're not going to wait anymore. Now we're going to raise up swords. And we're basically going to take care of this once and for all. We're done dealing with you.

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But he said jimana Naka Hakuna as an operational doula, but we don't want it to get to that. So I'm here with an offer for you. We have gathered

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enough wealth from all the wealthy people in McCain Quraysh. We've created a fund, we've gathered enough wealth together to make you the wealthiest men in America. Like officially, statistically, officially speaking, Forbes, right will make you the wealthiest man in america documented. You'll be the wealthiest man of courage. We've created the fund. It's right here, ready to sign it off to you to sign the dotted line. All we need for you to quit this foolishness, will resorts. But we don't want it to get to there. So why don't you just sign this document right here, piece of paper, you become the richest man

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and everybody walks away happy. It's a win win situation. He says we're in we're in Ghana, in Mr. Baek Alba, foster a an ISA in Croatia, because maybe you don't want money.

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Maybe there's something else that you want.

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And if it's something else that you want, then we'll line up the most beautiful women that we can find them in Mecca. And you take whoever you want, as many as you want, if that's what you want.

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He said fell, fell in love which guy Ashura will marry you to 10 of the most beautiful women in Mecca.

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And he started kept making these offers and told the profits awesome. Come on, waiting for you now balls in your court. So the profits a lot asylums been quiet this entire time?

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And he said, a forester Yeah. Well, when are you done?

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That's it. You've said what you wanted to say. said now. That's all

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I have to say fala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam next said Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem

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that I

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I began by seeking the help of Allah, Who is Rahman r Rahim, the abundant, the Merciful, the constantly merciful.

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Any begins to read and recite, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says how I mean?

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Of course, these are the disjointed letters. Only Allah knows best what they exactly mean. But that's part of the objective your meme.

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And it gets a Buddha needs attention. This is a very eloquent, well read, well educated man. So he's caught off guard. You find that kind of interesting, I mean,

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then de la mina Rahmani Raheem. This is being sent down from from the abundantly and constantly merciful. Kitab on facilite ayato. For an Arabian Naomi.

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This is a book that has been laid out in great detail it has been expounded upon

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for Anna Albion, it is a Koran that which is meant to be read it is in the Arabic language originally. And it is meant for people who want to learn who have the capacity and the ability to understand and learn, reflect, but she run one of the run this book this or on these iaat it congratulate encourages and motivates it inspires and lifts people up. Now the Iran it warns people for

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whom, for whom like asthma,

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most of the people turn away from it. But that's because they don't even bother to listen to it. If they sat down and actually attentively listened to it, they wouldn't turn away from it. But the fact that they turn away from it is an indication of the fact they're not even listening.

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We're calling Karuna Fie Akin Latin mingma to the owner LA and they say our hearts are covered up in a in a seal in Akina actually means like the, the appeal of a fruit.

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That's not like an iron to have the appeal of a fruit is very delicate. You can literally rip it off with your hands with your fingers. You can bite right through it. So they say our hearts are enveloped, like inside the peel of a fruit. And that's why what you're calling us to, we can't understand what you're talking about. Well, we have an inner walk around and our ears seem to be blocked. woman being in our Baedeker, hijab on and there's something that is obstructing something that stands between us and between you family in an army.

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So you go do what you have to do and let us do what we got to do. You mind your own business woman your own business, everybody do what they got to do.

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You say to them in response to this in nema annaba Sharon Mithra Listen, I'm one of you. I'm just I'm just like the rest of you. I'm a human being.

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You have innate, but there's one primary difference. I received direct communication from Allah. And Allah Allahu Allahu Allah head, that your Lord your rub your deity, your God, the object of your worship needs to be one alone Allah first ottimo la. So stand up and be attentive to him, serve Him what stuck through and turn back to him and seek repentance and forgiveness from him. Well, we learned little mushy King, and how unfortunate and sad and pathetic are those people who actually associate partners to Allah and levina life Laguna Seca

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at home caffeine, the endo, same people associate partners to Allah, a sign of the darkness that lives within their heart is the fact that they are not socially and they are not socially aware. They don't they don't give charity they don't serve their own communities. They don't realize the plight of less fortunate amongst them, well whom been rotting whom caffeine. And those people they specifically completely deny belief in the life of the hereafter. In the levina a mano y mano solly has

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been known, but contrary to that those people who believe in the law and then they do good deeds in order to become closer to Allah, reserved for them as a reward that will never end it will begin in this world and it will continue for all of eternity into the life of the hereafter. But in Nakula takuna below the helical domain. Tell them say to them, that do you people really actually deny and disbelieve in the one who created the earth in only two days. What is your aluna

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And by the way, this this, I don't want to get into detail tafsir here, but this this meaning of creating the earth in two days, it number one, obviously it's a huge accomplishment to create everything you see in two days. But we know all about a lot as believers couldn't say akun then what does it mean for a lot to create the earth in two days, that for Allah to actually put two days into creating the earth is a common, a commonly an art. It actually shows care and diligence and particular illness, preparing this earth. You know, when you show up at a guest to someone's house, and they say that they've been cooking for two days. Even though it's very easy, you want to feed a

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guest you just take out you call a restaurant two hours before call them 20 minutes before give them a call. I don't want to give an endorsement, any restaurant here locally, but you just call up any restaurant here locally, and you just tell them like hey, you know, I got some guests coming over. I need some chicken tacos and some biryani and it's alright pick it up in 45 minutes and you show up and you pick up your food and you put out a spread your guests don't know any better about it. Done, they're happy they get food and it's good food. But when somebody has been cooking straight for two days, non stop.

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Think about how honored you feel.

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How respected you feel it wrong. So the fact that Allah subhanaw taala created this earth for two days.

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Allah prepared it for us. This is a common law What more could we ask for will occur the Quran napanee Adam, Allah is dignified and honored the human being. So he says you created the earth for you for two days.

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What did you do?

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And then after all of that you go when you create partners for him, equals to him. The only carambola Allah mean, he alone is the lone creator, sustainer provider and protector of everything that's in the creation of Allah, everything that's in existence, which are NFV hieracium in phobia or Baraka fi ha, Wakata raffia Tata Javi Urvashi am Sawa Anissa me.

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And that then after creating the earth for two days, then I'll put mountains down into the earth.

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He firmly said down mountains on top of its surface to hold this earth in place, about our coffee and then he blessed this earth. Well cut the raffia Kawata. And then he he fixed and determined and put in and planned all the sustenance for all of his creation within that same Earth, feed out of it for four days. So I miss I mean, and this is information for anyone who wants to know, let them know. This is open information. Unless telling you he did this for four days after carrying the earth for two days. for four days, he just adorned the earth and prepared the earth so that you could comfortably live on the earth through mastaba in a summer, and then he raised himself above

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the heavens, what he had to Harlan, and the heavens at that time was a smoke for Paulina How will he have to bow

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and then he commanded the earth and the heavens, then now come and prostrate and bow down before Allah, submit yourself to the will of Allah either do it willingly or you're going to have to do it unwillingly because Allah subhanaw taala is the creator and everything is submissive to Allah and Allah subhanho wa Taala controls everything. So he told the heavens in the earth you will now listen to me and you will obey me and you will tell you will do what I tell you to do. And you can either do this willingly or unwillingly and what happened upon a Aleta Athena,

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and both the heavens and the earth said Oh Allah, we come willingly and we bow down before you and we are submissive and obedient to your command

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for Allah hoonah Saba sama watchin filming and then Allah subhanaw taala he completed the heavens as seven different stages, seven heavens seven levels of the sky in two days, what oh, half equally sama in America, and then he gave each of the levels of the heavens its command and its role and its objective.

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was a in the summer of dunya be masabi ha. And then Allah says that he took the lowest of the skies in the heavens, and he adorned it and decorated it with the stars that you see Brian shining brightly in the sky, like lanterns and lanterns that are glowing at the time of the night. He's done. That the delicate,

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delicate abdulazeez around him and he put them there as protection. How are they protection they provide guidance and direction. We even know where to travel and where we're going and where we're situated situated even at nighttime, that a critical digitalizes or even all of this was determined and fixed by the one who is fully powerful and overpowering and dominating and the one who is all knowing find out how to do so. If the

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People after all of this,

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if people after all of this, they continue to turn away in neglect and ignore, intentionally turn away and ignore this truth in this reality for cool, then you tell them and girl to come. I've warned you.

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I warned you. Whatever I warned you about, sorry.

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I've warned you about a punishment. sarebbe has a lot of different interpretations. In classical Arabic, it can refer to like, like a fire like a ball of fire. It can refer to like a thunderbolt. But a very destructive forces what it basically amounts to, like imagine a ball of fire, just a very destructive force. I have warned you of a very great destructive force. mithila saw a party with a mood, just like the destructive force that came and obliterated the people of Ireland, the people of Mahmoud who are from the Arabs whose ruins were not too far away from Mecca, and that the Arabs are very familiar and especially somebody as educated and traveled and and sophisticated. As urdhva as

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Archbishop gnotobiotic he would know about this very, very well. And he did. And the Prophet of Allah Allah decent finally reached it number 13, from Surah number 41, that I've warned you about a great destruction that could come upon you, just like he came upon the people of eidensohn mood. And as soon as the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam reached this ayah the narration says that

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there are two different narrations one narration says that he started screaming, has book has book has book has book, which means please stop, please stop. has spoken husband, please stop, please stop marrying the COVID rojava.

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Isn't there anything else you could say to me besides this?

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Because he's panicking. He's He's is he's very nervous. He's scared.

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And the Prophet of Allah salatu salam said, Now that's my message to you. One other narration says, actually, in the narration that Raj by himself is speaking in the first person, he actually goes back to coration says that I reached across and placed my hand on the mouth of Muhammad.

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I reached out and grabbed him grab place my hand on his mouth. And I said, Please stop.

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Please stop, be quiet.

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Because I was afraid that if he would have kept on going,

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that that I that the punishment from the sky would have come down right where I was standing, it would have come down on me.

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And he says, and when the people said, What's wrong with you? We sent you there to go and get him quiet. And you come back with your tail between your legs, scared and terrified, talking about how scared you are of what Mohammed said. And he said Muhammad has never lied.

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Mohammed has never lied.

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And I've been around the world. I've traveled across the world. I've met the greatest poets of this era. The greatest magicians on Earth, the greatest soothsayers, the most eloquent speakers. I've met all these people, I've sat with these people, I've heard these people, I've talked to these people. And what I heard was none of that. It was something else completely. It was not from this earth.

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He says hospital hospital, please stop me from it.

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He goes back to his people for Argentina Polish for Panama. And some of the narrations actually see that when he was returning back to Peru, he looked at his face. And they said that he's coming back, looking different. This is not the same man who went there to talk to Muhammad, this is somebody else. And he said What happened? What's there? What do you look like this? He said, any response and he says my talk to Shane and

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Luna who had taken him to?

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He says, I said everything you wanted me to say to him for a Java. Did he respond to you? He said no. I'm thermocol la one Latina sabaha

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Benita, for him to say a mimic.

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mimic Oliveira under aku. Sorry, Mr. Satyajit. With a mood. One narration says that. They said Did he respond? Well, what did he say? He goes, he goes, I swear I didn't understand a single word what he had to say all I can remember all I can recall is that he's warning you that a punishment like that, like the one that came upon the people of Atlanta mood will come upon you. That's all I know. That's all I came back with.

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And the people basically were very disheartened and they turned away from there. There are other narrations where he says for insect to Wi Fi, I put my hand on his mouth when I shut to hold Rahim and you and your Kufa

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I told him for the sake of our relationship for the sake of your own family members, please stop. But for the animal to animal hamadani, Takahashi and lamb Yak them for him to NZ de la comunidad and you people know when Mohammed speaks, he doesn't lie. I was afraid that our punishment would descend down upon you, right where you're standing.

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There are other nations in which he goes on to comment and talk about, you know, what had transpired and what exactly occurred. One of the narration says that we're abou john actually hears about this whole situation. And Abu Jaya comes to him and he says, And this man is an older even trouble john. This is somebody that even a Buddha respects and he says, Yeah, I'm me in a coma you didn't he merola Come on and, and he said that Paula Lima, Paula do Touka who for inika Tito Mohammed Nieto de la Lima Kabila who he said that when when, when when when a motorbike came back from the profits a lot of money was so strict and and so terrified, and so overwhelmed that he literally would not even

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respond to the people he was in days. And he just kind of walked away from there, that the news and everybody was like confounded. Everyone was confused. What just happened? That when Abu jahl found out Abu Jamal said I gotta do some damage control. Because the word or on moko was the word or on mcca started to spread that maybe you ought to buy also believes in what the Mohammed says now.

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Or it's about believes in what Muhammad says now. So I'll do Jan comes to me one reason he says that in in omega azabu, and NACA sebata, that your own people think that you have forsaken your own religion, the religion of our forefathers, in one nation, he actually comes in and he goes, your people have gathered together and gathered a bunch of money together and they would like to give it to you as a gift.

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And he's like, why? He's like, you know, they, they want to make sure that you're okay, because it seems like you're not the same since you spoke to Muhammad. So they want to make sure everything's okay. And they want to look out for you and they want to give you a gift. Basically, codeword for a bribe. They want to make sure that you're okay. And ultra

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says to Abuja, and he goes, What am I going to do with their money, I'm wealthier than any of them.

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I got more money than all of them put together.

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I don't need their money. And he said, then what's wrong with you?

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He says, Croatia and neyman actually have a number of fears and all of them.

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So he said for confy, Colin Yabloko maka, Anka, and a common Kiruna who

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he says then at the end, he goes, if you don't want their money,

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you won't accept her gift. He said, You have to say something.

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You have to say something that can be put out as an official press release. To the rest of polish that Atiba disapproves of Muhammad, Ali Baba does not believe in Mohammed odva rejects from Mohammed. So say you got to say something. He said, Well, Mother, what do you want me to say? What am I supposed to say? For Allah? He Mammon come Raja lon? Allah Sharmini. He goes, there's not a single person amongst you who knows poetry better than I do. When I let her be surgery he nobody amongst you knows, you know, rhyming and poetry and elephants better than I do. What I'll be proceeding humanely. Nobody knows how to write poetry better than I do. When I be a shotgun gin.

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Nobody knows the poetry and which basically refers to black magic. Nobody knows the poetry of the gins better than I do. Well, lucky my useability yakushi caminhada he goes what this man Mohammed that to say, was nothing like poetry was nothing like magic was nothing like soothsaying. It was. It was unlike anything I've ever heard before in my life. Well like in a hula inilah polar inner Laconia colina de yaku Halawa. We're in the la isla Palawan. We're in the hula Muslim llamas, Milan Allahu moodily boon as falou we're in the hula Leah alumina yo la la. We're in the hula.

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He goes on to describe and just even how he expresses his thoughts on the Quran, are beautiful, powerful, eloquent words. He says that in the Lakota in we're in the holy Hillary aku Halawa that were this man Mohammed said to me, it had a certain sweetness to it. unlike anything I've ever tasted in my life, when alayhi wa Taala water and it had this, this this this sooth, it had a soothing feeling to it. It was very soothing. It was sweet and soothing. While in the hula mazmanian Allah who he goes, it's like something that the top of it has fruits.

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He's giving the analogy of a big beautiful, powerful tree.

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He says that the top of the tree bears fruits.

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Well moodily gone as follows. And its roots are very deep and firm and strong.

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We're in the hula do, well Iola. And it overcomes and it is not overcome or taken over or defeated by anything.

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Intellectually speaking, it supersedes everything, and nothing can overcome it or defeat it. We're in our layer no matter who, and it crushes anything that it steps on, meaning you present any type of reasoning or logic before it, it'll crush it, you know annihilated

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kala, kala Yoruba and Kakuka Tata boo fi Hata hula fee.

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He said that, listen, I'm just going to tell you right now, if you don't have something other than what you just said to me, if you don't have something else to say, your people will reject you.

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Everything you've accomplished, everything you've worked for in your entire life, all this honor and dignity and nobility and respect.

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Everything will be gone. Your people will not accept you. If you don't have something otherwise to say.

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Allah for Danny heterotrophic Rafi, he goes and leave me. Let me think I gotta give this some thought for that man.

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When he thought about it for some time, and he realized what was at stake.

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You see, he didn't feel any differently about the Quran. He didn't feel any differently about Muhammad Rasul Allah. He didn't feel any differently about this message or what he had heard. But he realized what you would have had to give up.

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He saw Abu Bakar

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being beaten to a bloody pulp

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in the harem itself, he saw Earth one minute, a fan being chained up and tortured.

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He saw Amar, any acid and Samia family being strung up and tortured to death. He saw all of this.

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And he realized what he would have been giving up. And he was not willing to make the sacrifice for the truth.

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So he comes out to give a public statement, and everyone gathers together.

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And he says, have a car on you?

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Because he had to he had to explain. Not only did he have to explain what he thought about the message of Muhammad, he had to explain why it took him a couple of days. Why he looks so dazed. Why he went into seclusion, why he isolated himself from everyone. Why did the Buddha have to come in and do damage control? People were watching all of this. They had to explain all of this. So he comes out and he says, How does he have on you?

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Yeah, through 180 he, he says, This is magic. This is magic, you thought. But it's not normal. Magic. is not like this little silly trickery. It's not like David Blaine, where he's got a card trick where he puts himself in a box for like 50 days or something crazy like that. How about

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this is magic that messes with you. This is magic that gets into your head.

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This is magic that has an effect on you and messes with you. So that's what happened. I was recovering from Mohammed's overpowering overpowering magic. So you got to understand that's what was going on, have that new thought. And it affects other people. That's what he does. He goes around and he goes all these other people that are following him. They're not as strong as I am. You know, I'm the strongest amongst you. You know, I'm the most educated and the most smartest and the most intelligent amongst you.

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Right? So I was able to overcome it. It took a few days there. I was under the weather for a few days. It was messing with my head for a couple of days, but I got through it. That's only because I'm genetically intellectually superior.

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But all the rest of these followers, they're sheep.

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They're not able to overcome Mohammed's magic. So that's my official statement.

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When the Prophet of Allah ceylonese him heard this.

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He was hurt. He was sad.

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He was distraught. He's like these people they don't get because when he was reciting, he saw literally the colors of his face changing. He saw it penetrating into his heart. He saw the look in his eyes when he reaches out and grabs his mouth and he says, Please stop.

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Please stop.

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Take it back.

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He saw it in the prophets a lot. He was hopeful.

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So he's very distraught. And Allah subhanaw taala revealed the ayat in certain within certain number 17

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For the mean, woman Hala to wahida

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leave me and the one that I've created, leave me and him alone.

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You know, when somebody messes with you, and somebody else steps it to kind of get your back, and they say, Listen, why don't you go ahead? Why don't you leave us here? We have something to talk about.

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Right? We have a little talking to do. Right? Why don't you let us talk? We'll take care of things.

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Allah subhanaw taala said that any woman held up to hidden on you go ahead, you do what you got to do. Once you leave me and him alone, I'll take care of him.

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What would you add to the Humala man, dude, and

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I gave him a lot of money.

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What Bernina shoe then I gave him a lot of children, a lot of family who will all be witnesses against him.

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Last panatela said, I'll take care of you don't worry, you do what you have to do. Let me deal with him, let me take care of him.

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And this is basically that famous story of Atiba bynner be a boon when he won the great leaders that kind of crash, and exactly what transpired between him and the profits a lot. He sat down. And this was a very critical moment, because this was crazy. Again, this was place after they had already started to, I should say this way, all of the whole city of MCI had not resorted to violence yet, people like Abu Jamal and Abu lahab had. But that's because they were, you know that that's because they were very simply put bad people. They were violent, aggressive, bad people, almost like somebody kind of looking for an excuse to just hurt someone.

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So they were looking for an excuse to harm someone hurt someone. So they welcomed the opportunity. But the rest of the rest of it, he was like, Listen, there's got to be a solution here. And they finally went to bobbin obeah, I bullied, and he said your last hope. And when this finally transpired with entrepreneur bi, then it became well known in Makkah, we've exhausted all of our avenues, we've exhausted everything that was available to us, it boils down to one thing, we're gonna have to muscle these people. We're gonna have to strongarm these people. These people are not willing to listen. We're gonna have to deal with these people, the harsh way.

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And it kind of set in and at the same time, the prophets, a lot of them also realized that this leadership of Qureshi and his leadership of mcca that they, there's something else other than the truth that is more important to them, their power, their dignity, their honor, their wealth, their money, their respect, is a lot more important to them than everything else than anything else. And these people are not about to listen, they don't care about the truth. They know it's the truth, or algebra is looking me in the face looking me in the eyes. And I can tell that he knows that this is the truth. He all but says it straight out.

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But there's these people have something else that's more important, they have other priorities in life. And the prophets will let him realize this at this moment as well. And from here on out, things in Mecca would start to take a turn for the worse

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things in Morocco, which starts to take a turn for the worst, and basically torture and oppression and aggression and violence would become the public policy of pradesh

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would become the official state public publicly accepted, you know, procedure and practice and policy

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of all of creation of all of Makkah, and that would lead to a great event that will take place towards the end of the fourth year of prophethood of the Buddha. And that was the first time migration would occur when Muslims in an organized fashion, with actual approval, and approval and instruction from the Prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam would leave Mecca, simply solely to protect their lives, and to continue to live and practice their faith in their Deen in their religion. This would occur that migration trap senior to Habesha would occur in the same year because of things finally getting to this point, and that's basically something we're going to talk about next. One of

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the last things that I wanted to mention is

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one of the other variations that some of the other scholars of Sita and Hadeeth mentioned, it's a weaker narration but nevertheless they mentioned that one of the verses that the Prophet of Allah syllogism recited to urdhva

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when when he you know when I came to challenge him, one of the verses the prophets a lot of them recited that just left about dumbfounded, quiet like just he didn't know what to say in response to that. Was that very powerful, beautiful, if some sort of tenacity

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So tonight surah number 16 is number 90 that we hear the hottie recite every single Friday in the La Jolla Villa ideally with a sandwich eater

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that Allah continues to command and enjoin upon you other justice, balance in life,

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when sad

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and striving for excellence, what needs are either

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and preserving and protecting the institution of family and home.

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So God enjoins upon you justice, balance in society,

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striving for excellence in everything that you do. And number three, protecting and preserving the institution of family and home way and how and in fact, Shari Wellman Carrie will belly and he tells you to stay away from three things

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and fascia, shamelessness,

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lewdness shamelessness, when mooncup and social evils

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reprehensible inappropriate behavior, ill treatment of one another. One color does can refer to sins in general. But when you look at the Arabic language, and you look at the etymology of the word, and you compare it to the synonyms, they're also used for evil or sins, you realize that not often one car one car is the antonym is the opposite of maroof malefic one can refer to social ills, social goods and social ills.

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So it's literally speaking about a flock and character how you treat people. So he tells you to stay away he prohibits you he's warning you stay away from shamelessness, lewdness, shamelessness, number two mooncup, socially reprehensible behavior, and number three,

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and Belize, rebelliousness, anarchy, lawless, lawlessness in society. So you see it works the other way around. You see how the three topics build it started with social justice balance, started striving for excellence in the in your life and the way you conduct yourself, the way you live, being the most excellent human being possible number three, family and home. And then it begins by shamelessness

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because that obliterates the home in the family.

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Number two, it talks about one kind of socially reprehensible behavior,

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which because that's the opposite of exam.

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And number three, it says lawlessness, rebelliousness, no balance no order in society. He wants you to stay away from he deeds commanding you stay away from these three things. You're a locum your Lord, your master of law, your love your Creator, he advises you in the word wild means to very lovingly, gently kindly advise. That's why when it talks about Look, man giving you some advice while we're here is a Whoo,

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allow. So your Lord advises you, lovingly, gently kindly advises you that under kotova karoun. So that maybe you learn a lesson you'll pay attention, you'll actually listen and learn something, you'll pay attention, you'll realize you'll recognize the truth and the reality that the Prophet of Allah Suleiman recited this verse, and it was so comprehensive and so powerful, that it literally literally after Atiba just speechless, and didn't know what to say or what to respond, because it was so comprehensive and so powerful. So one of the generations also mentioned this I am now in the previous session, last week session, I ended by telling the story of the mat.

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And even before that, we talked about the story of of without the failure of the Allahu anhu. This week, we're talking about the story of entrepreneur via I wanted to mention these stories back to back.

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The reason is a Buddha Safari when it comes to the Prophet of Allah sallallahu sallam, the prophets a lot of some recites the Quran to him.

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And he realizes this is unlike anything else on this earth is not manmade, there's not a human, this is divine.

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And what is an abuser is an intelligent man when the most intelligent man of his people, there's another story about to fail. We talked about the story of to fail quite a few sessions ago, to fail from the tribe of a dose. He was literally considered a genius of his people.

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Like a Nobel Prize winning scientist.

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He was a genius of his people. Use Einstein when he visited Makkah, he was such It was such a big deal for him to visit MacArthur. org

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The leaders of McKenzie came out to welcome him

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because you had literally one of the leading like intellectual minds of your time visiting your city. It was a big deal. And they specifically also kind of said, you know, we got a little bit of a PR disaster on our hands right now in America, you know, Muhammad he's kind of doing these things. You might hear about this not just please just ignore it and stay away from it. And that's why we talked about this that's why they told him just don't listen to him because it seems to be when he talks to people it like has an entrancing like in transcends people. It has this weird like magical effect on people and then they just lose their intelligence and loser their their rationale and

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their thought and that's why when to fail, saw the profits a lot of the promises and was very, you know, very, you know, kind and gentle in his in his presence. He said, This man doesn't look evil.

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But he's like, well wait a second. They said you know, he has this effect on people. And then to fail his confidence. his intellect actually gave him confidence where he said, Come on to fame. All these silly little like, you know, desert dwellers running around here and maka, they're afraid of his words. But you're you're Einstein, you're a genius. What are you worried about?

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You'll be able to see nonsense for nonsense, and truth or truth you're in your genius. And when he sat down with the prophet SAW some of the prophecies of some reciting the Quran.

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If Torah bismil began learning Holla Holla inshallah Allah, Akira bukal, across Accra, under the unnamable column allemaal in Santa Monica miana.

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To fail was a change man.

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Any Billy I should have Allah has a lower and Naka Rasulullah he believed genius of his time a Buddha fiery, very intelligent, sophisticated, experienced man believed Lima,

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great leader of his people believed. We talked about the story, the prophecies and recited the hook to the Hydra. The opening introduction to a lecturer talk Alhamdulillah Nakamoto, who when I stare at the wall when I stopped Pharaoh,

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the man said read it again. Say it again. he recited again. He said see it again. He said it again. You see it again. He said it again said I believe, give me your hand. I want to hold your hand until you I believe that you are the Messenger of God. That's one reaction. And you see another reaction here from Atiba. 113 iaat have a powerful portion of the Quran surah number 41, sort of facilite.

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And he knew he was listening to the truth. But he didn't accept he didn't believe. So you see the two opposites. And one of the lessons that we take home from this is that the words of a lion, the words of the Messenger of Allah are presented to us as well. We read them, we see them, we hear them, we come across them. But what effect does it have on us? When you're listening to it? You know, you're hearing the truth. Everyone obviously hears a believer or Muslim. So you know, what's the truth? But what is the realization of that? Do you hear and you go, Wow, amazing, awesome, great.

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But then, what's the effect of it afterwards? Do I hear that? Do I read that? Do I listen to that and walk away? And all I'm left with that is man, he's a really great speaker. Man, that's a great YouTube video. Man, those are some awesome recordings. And that's it?

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Or is there a change in my life? Do I do I change?

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Do I do I change myself? Do I rise up to what it's asking of me?

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Do I stay away from what it's telling me prohibiting me from doing?

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Does it cause a change? Does it have an effect an impact on me or not? And that's going to tell me whether I belong in the class of ignore our best for the long run whom I said something

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he said even in the Quran, when Allah talks about mushy Kuhn and cafe rune, there's a lesson in an A Bruh, and a reminder for Muslims in that as well. Because fine, we might not be machinic or caffeine, but we can act a lot like kofod and mushroom. He said when Allah tells us what fit around it, we might not be fit around. But we can act a lot like fit around sometimes, unfortunately, may Allah protect us all. So we got to ask ourselves, am I acting like a boozer referee?

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To fail a dosi the Mad

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probably a lot more anime Allah be pleased with all of them. Or am I acting like Robin or be bullied?

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Again, I asked myself that question.

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And that's a gauge for myself. And I have to be more like the first party not like the second party right here. It has to have that impact in that change in

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And then the last little note I'll share with you is this Surah Surah number 41 sort of facilite that had this impact under the prophet SAW some chose to present before autoban or bi the leadership of the opposition at that time. It's a very powerful surah we actually from Parliament's to we actually did a course

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on that the seat of sort of facilite

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and the objective of it is that

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from my teachers, when we learned that the CEO of the suta what they told us is that that of pseudo pseudo pseudo pseudo number 41 This is a course a curriculum for minorities on how to do

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this is a course especially as a minority how to do our like Dawa in the West, Tao as a minority cannot be done without the proper study of Sudan number 41. It is a need and a necessity, compulsory for every dollar worker for anyone who claims to be a believer in a propagator of this message, especially as a minority community, we have to read we have to learn we have to observe this and it's very important that we have recordings actually online that when we conducted the course inshallah, so I advise everybody to go and access these recordings and again, inshallah I would definitely love to sit down and

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conducted to see of this what I may be presented with some more thoughts added to it. So inshallah hopefully, that's something we that we can execute and something we can do insha Allah, may Allah subhanaw taala give us all the ability to practice everything that's been said and heard Subhan Allah He will be handy subhanak along with Nick Nationale La ilaha illa Anta sffilm kawana tabula