Abdul Nasir Jangda – Seerah 060 – An Unlikely Ally

Abdul Nasir Jangda
AI: Summary © The Prophet's message is not just a message, but a fruitful fruit of their actions. The importance of being quiet during recitation and the importance of the Quran in providing practical guidance for individuals to live their life is discussed. The importance of the Prophet's message for protecting against punishment and the potential for conflict is also highlighted. The segment discusses the importance of the Prophet's teachings and the need for acceptance and assistance from Muslims.
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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 Gollum Institute

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salatu salam ala rasulillah. While alihi wa sahbihi

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wa sahbihi edge Mary, Sara.

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So hamdullah for a couple of weeks off, were

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back here again with the lecture on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a zero to number we are, we kind of left off in the middle of a, an event from the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, which was the prophets a lot. So his journey to the city of thought if, and we, I believe spoke about the journey to the city of thought if for a couple of sessions, because it is such a profound incident such a important event from the life of the prophets a lot. He said, I mean, as I've mentioned numerous times, one of the tragedies of how we study the life of the prophets, a lot of these enemies, a lot of times it's just study just to kind of know a sequence of

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events almost like a timeline. Whereas the true purpose of studying the Quran or studying the life of the prophets, a lot of them are the words of the prophets, a lot of them The sooner the Sierra is to actually be able to extract relevant practical lessons and wisdom from it so that we have some direction and some purpose in our in our own lives. And so we've been talking about the journey to thought if for a couple of sessions now we talked about why did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam even entertained the idea of journeying to thought if and visiting the people the community and thought if we talked about the prophets a lot isms arrival and thought if and the strategy that he employed,

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in order to approach the people of thought even share the message of Islam with them.

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We also talked about how the prophets Allah asylums message, what response did it receive? And how was he met with in terms of the people of thought? If and how did they respond and react to the message of the prophets a lot of the time and then of course, we talked about how he exited from thought if and the very brutal treatment that he received that he received from the people have to live at the hands of the people of thought if and of course, the do II and the supplication of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, not only turning to Allah subhanaw taala, but specifically praying for the guidance of the people applying for their future generations. And also we talked about what the

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consequence of that Do I have the profits a lot less than it was

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in the last session that we had, we talked about, once they finally left him and the profits, a lot of them utilize that opportunity to make dua for them and to turn to Allah and T comfort and solace with Allah subhanaw taala. We also talked about how the prophets a lot of them interacted with a slave there in the Garden of Eden, Robbie are the sons of Sheba. And this was a Christian man, a Christian slave by the name of I das, and the prophets, Allah, these him gave him, you know, Tao shared the message of a song with that with him, and he ends up accepting Islam.

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what occurred now is, of course, the prophets, a lot of these him after he recovered there at Cardinal monazite, or some of the books of seed are referred to as the island. They're in the garden owned by the sons of Robbie. Then now the prophets, a lot of them started to make his way back to America. He started to make his way back to America. And again, it is him and his servant, and also who is a believer, they'd been had a thought or the loved one who, and they are now journeying their way back to Makkah, on their way back to Mecca, the prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there's a very brief incidence that even his haka mentions this incident Tibetan cathedra has also

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mentioned it, there's a very brief incidence that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam stopped at encamped at a place called nakhla. This was a place

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shortly, very, you know, very immediately outside of Mecca. And of course, they're the profits a lot of them camped at this place knuckle and we'll talk about why did he exactly camp there and what was his reason and his purpose for not just going straight into Mecca? Why would he stop a little bit outside of Mecca, but something very interesting happened here.

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So when the prophets a lot of them stopped here, of course, it was evening time it was nighttime, the prophets, a lot of them utilize this opportunity to make to pray to

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A lot to offer no off into praise Allah and recite Quran like as enthusiam prayers, tahajjud prayers, he utilizes opportunity to do so. And so the Prophet of Allah salatu salam was there, they're camped out there. And the prophets Allah is offering the night prayers that the young prayers and reciting the Quran while the prophets alarmism was reciting the Quran in these night prayers. The narration mentions that some jinn who are passing through there, and the Quran talks about this as well in Surah path.

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In surah, Allah subhanaw taala talks about this surah number 46 I in number 29 Allah says what is sought off not unique enough or Amina Jin, that when a group of the jinn they came around, and they basically they turned around, they came around to you. So they were passing by there they were passing through there, and they heard the prophets Alavi some reciting the Quran. And it was so captivating. It was so attention grabbing that they turned their direction and they came up to the prophets a lot SLM yesterday own Al Quran, what were they doing? They started very intensely listening, listening to the Koran, and the word that's used is nefer on a group of the jinn. One of

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the narrations, one of the Hadith here mentions that there were seven jinn that were passing through here. And when they heard the prophets, a lot of them were sending the Koran they stopped, and they came over close to the prophets a lot. He said yes to me, Oh, no. They were very intently listening to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam recite the Quran forever. However,

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when they got close to the prophets, a lot of them and how that all means when they came into His presence, that means they came very close to the prophets, a lot of them follow and see to some of them must have been talking and saying, Why are we here? Why did we stop? Why are we changing direction? That's not where we were where we were going.

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A couple of the gin told the the rest of the group that was traveling uncIe to be quiet, be quiet. Meaning Listen, insight is interesting simply to be quiet. What's cool too is like Be quiet. Stop talking. UncIe do means to be quiet and to listen, to become quiet in order to listen to something. So they said the answer to this is why Allah says in the Quran is according to fun.

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For either pre alpha No, first me Ola who wants to that's why Allah subhanaw taala says that when the Quran is being read, then listen very carefully and be quiet so that you can hear the Quran because you can hear it if you're talking over it. So this is the command to us as well. And very interestingly, what does the law say? What will be the outcome if you listen to it carefully and you don't talk over it and you be quiet and listen to the Quran being recited? What is the outcome of that law, Allah come to the moon, so that maybe you may receive mercy? Possibly, hopefully you can be the recipients of mercy from Allah subhanho wa Taala because we're on is the channel the medium

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of Allah subhanaw taala delivering mercy to us. That's why the opening of every surah in the Quran is Bismillahirrahmanirrahim

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it's because it opens the doors of mercy. So they said uncIe do they said be quiet? Listen for llama cotija when the recitation of the Quran was completed, when the Prophet Solomon was done reciting the Quran, in his prayer, when lo Illa, calm him on Vereen, they turned back to their people, but now something had changed. Allah subhanaw taala says it didn't just turn back to their people. They went back to their people, they turn back to their people, meaning the rest of their tribe, the tribe of the jinn, Mundine but now they went back to their people as you know, Warner's people who are carrying a message we're going back to remind your people follow what did they say Allah tells

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us in the next day and I am number 30 Yeah, oh my god. They said our people in SME Nikita. We have heard a book on Zilla mean by the Moosa A book that has been sent down after Musa alayhis salam, moussaka. Kalima been a day and it is affirming everything that came before this book, this book, this scripture that we have heard that we have listened to, it is affirming all the previous revelations in scriptures. Yeah the in and how

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it guides to the truth to a solid foundation.

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What you left for your thing was something and it guides to a straight path. So what's very interesting is that there's hanging not only guides to a solid foundation in theory, but it guides to that solid foundation that truth practically as well. It provides a very practical direction in which a person can live their life. Yeah, oh man, ah, gee Buddha Allah. They said our

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People answer to the one who is calling you to Allah. What's very interesting about their construction and this is a profound lesson of how they understood the message of the Quran they didn't just say gee Buddha Allah tala answer the call of a love they said gee Buddha Yella

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answering respond to the one that is a person. Dairy is the color, Daria love the color of Allah. So we see that people who took the poor on from the profits a lot SLM did not separate the profits a lot, even from the Quran. They didn't understand these two things to be separate and independently of each other. And that does not compromise the sanctity of the Quran in any way, shape or form. Absolutely not. The Quran. And the Sunnah are two separate sources of our religion. However, while being separate sources of our religion, they are not independent of one another. There's a difference here, there's a distinction, there's a clear distinction between what is put on and what

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But at the same time, there's this deep rooted solid understanding that things are still connected to one another, and inseparable from one another.

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And so when they go back to their people delivering the message of the Quran to them, they don't just simply tell their people that answered this call of God, or listen to this word of God, they say go and answer and respond to an embrace the message being delivered to you from this man who is calling you to God, who's calling you to Allah. And yes, he recites these words of Allah, but he himself is the bearer of this message. And if you want to understand this message properly, you must go to this man.

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And similarly, this is our purpose and our reason for setting the life of the Prophet ceylonese over here, this does not supersede. Nor does this depart from studying the Quran or the message of the Quran, but rather it complements, supports and enhances our study of the Quran.

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it solidifies our studying of the message of the Quran. And that's something that they understood here the people who took the Quran, from the prophets, a lot of these and whether they were human or jinn understood this reality in this fact and this is a reality and the fact that we have to go back to as the owner of the prophets, Allah, Allah, as people who believe embrace the Quran, we have to go back to this philosophy. So anyways, they say yeah, Pomona Gee, Buddha, Allah, our people, they say, oh, our people answer respond to basically in the Arabic language answering and responding, he Java means respond and answer positively.

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Embrace the message of this man who calls you to Allah while I'm a newbie, and then believe in him.

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believe in Him,

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your filler come into become. Why, because Allah subhanaw taala will forgive your sins, while you did come in.

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And he will protect you from a very painful punishment, a very tormenting punishment. So you will forgive your sins in this world, in this life. And in the Hereafter, he will protect you, you did come, he will grant you His protection, the word that's used as well for protection. He that is a word that was used for someone granting someone else their protection, this very beautiful, it's actually very interesting that this word is used here, because there are other words that are used for protection from the punishment, there is u and G comb. And najat is also used in the Quran in the Arabic language for protection from punishment, but Allah subhanaw taala uses the word eugenics

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in a general Eugene,

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which means which means to grant protection, and what would happen in olden times is that when you would go somewhere or you would enter a town or you may be had some type of a quarrel or a disagreement, some person in a position of power and influence would grant you His protection. And you would be under the protection of that person and harming you or encroaching upon you was not just simply that person now advancing towards you. It was that person declaring war against the person who had granted you his or her protection. So saying that Allah will grant you His protection means that then coming against you rising against you laying a finger on you will be declaring war

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against a law himself.

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And why this word is used here in this context we'll talk about in just a little bit. Well my law youtuber diary Allah And whosoever will not answer will not respond to the one who is calling you to a lot the Messenger of Allah for laser beam charges in film.

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Then he is not causing any harm to a lot nor his messenger.

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on this earth, when they send a woman dooney to Leah, and he will not have other than Allah aside from Allah, He will not have any supporters.

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Anyone, nobody will be there to support him other than Allah will not be caffitaly mobian those people are clearly immersed in drowning in clear misguidance grave error.

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So these are the items that were revealed. One of the things that some of them will first saloon in the Mojave throne and the scholars of Sierra comments, specifically the mufa cilona have commented

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under the defeat of this ayah, that the understanding of the earliest generations even the Sahaba, or the loved one, whom was that when these Jin came, heard the message of the Prophet ceylonese heard the prophets of them reciting the Quran. They did not interact with the prophets alarmism at this point. They didn't interact with him, they just went from there, took the message of the prawn back to the rest of their tribe, a tribe of the jinn, and started teaching and spreading and talking about this message and the Quran and this messenger of Allah to the rest of their tribe.

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And later on, and we'll be talking about this later on in this era, later on.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam would actually go outside of Mecca with some of the Sahaba some of the companions and then actually go there to dialogue with the jinn. And that would be the revelation of the sutra that we know as sudo telegin boo Illa Allah who stahma ana for Amina Jin for pallu in SME Anna Khurana Jabba ja de la Mustafa, ama NaVi while en musica para Bina Haida. And then the surah goes on from there that tell them pull say, like Allah tells the prophets on some you're about to go talk to a group of jinn, a tribe of the jinn what so of course, the prophet system is wondering, how do you dialogue with the jinn What am I supposed to say to them?

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And Allah tells the Prophet system that you tell them Ooh, he later it was revealed to me it was divinely inspired to me I was informed by God Almighty. And the who is dumb. I know for a minute that a group of the jinn had heard the Quran and very intently, listened to and paid attention to the Quran for kalu in SME Allah Parana Java, and they said we heard it for under is truly remarkable, mind blowing. The word Java is like what we would call in our language mind blowing.

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Yeah, dealer rushed a guide to a very Noble Way of Living life.

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For ama Nabis, we believed in it. Well, I knew she could be rabina. And we don't associate any partners to our Lord and our master.

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And then it goes on from there, that that conversation would take place at a later time, but the profits awesome so even though they didn't interact with the profits of them at this time, the prophets of Allah knows best if he actually was even aware of the fact that they came and they listened to the promises of reciting the Quran in his Korean prayers. But what we do know is that it was revealed to the prophets or somewhere in seraphina, la Cana phenomenology, phenomenology that a group of the gym came to you,

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they came to you and they heard you reciting the Quran. So this was revealed to the Prophet system, after the Prophet said, I'm must have been done reciting these prayers that Allah sent this divine revelation to the process, that you had some visitors tonight, some very interesting visitors, a group of the jinn visited you. And they heard you reading the Quran, and they've gone back to their people. And this is the message that they delivered to their people. So now the processor was cognizant of this, he was conscious of the fact he knew of the fact certainly without a doubt, because we're on he knew that genette comm heard the poor on taking this message back to their own

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tribe. And now from there, the conversation will continue, it's To be continued. And that story would pick up and continue later on, when the provinces and later on in the in Mecca would actually go out to carve wood, which was right outside of MCO, where a major marketplace and some festivals and carnivals and things like that would occurred during the year, there were annual festivities and carnivals that would take place there. So the process would go out to this place at a time of the year at a time when there weren't any festivities taking place. So it was kind of like an in between place. There was some structure there. And people were familiar with this place, but there was no

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one there right now.

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So it's almost like, you know, like a picnic area, outside of you know, the the town outside of the city. And the process of went out there with some of the Sahaba and they're a meeting was arranged and took place between the prophets of Salaam and a tribe of the jinn.

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And then the conversation will continue. So that region informs us. And it's very fascinating. So when we get there will actually reduce roots agenda and see what some of the conversation were and what some of the facts that were learned by both sides, the gym got to know more about Islam, got to know more about a law got to know more about the Prophet of Allah sallallahu sallam. But at the same time, the profits a lot of him got to know more about this creation this month, Luke, this creation of a law called the gym.

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But this story that will be continued later started here.

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Why am I mentioning here because it took place here in the chronology of events. But now we can dig a little bit deeper, see the whole purpose in our mcsa. Our purpose of studying this is to learn something from it, not to just know that this took place, but what do we learn from it. So we have to dig a little deeper, we have to peel some of the layers back to actually understand. Now when we dig a little deeper and try to understand it in the context of events that happen. It's very interesting and very profound.

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You got to understand what just happened with the prophets, a lot of some of the prophecies, some has been in Mecca for 10 years, preaching and teaching the message of Islam tirelessly.

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Non Stop, non stop. He's been preaching and teaching. And there have been people who have believed a couple of 100 people, but for the vast majority of his people, his own people in America do not believe and in fact, oppose him. And it's very difficult after 10 years, it takes a toll on him. And then after losing his two strongest supporters,

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and two people who were probably the most important people to impersonally in his life, his beloved wife Khadija 25 years and his uncle Abu Talib, who raised him from the age of eight, this man has been a part of his life now for his entire life for 50 years because he was his uncle. But for 42 years, he's been the main person in his life.

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He's the man raised him.

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And so the prophecies of after dealing with all of this, he goes to the next largest city in Arabia, a thought if there he goes to talk to this, the second largest tribe in Arabia thieve,

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only to again, be met with ridicule, rejection, opposition.

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And they go ahead and do something that the people of MCC I've never done. And that is they brutally mercilessly viciously attacked the profits a lot easier. Now.

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You see, you have to understand one thing. There's nobody that can ever say or ever claim that the prophets allottee, cinemas faith, or his conviction was ever shaken, that's impossible. He's Mohammed Rasulullah. He's allottees. And we received divine revelation. He talks he communicates with Allah directly. Allah communicates with him directly. There's no doubting the fact that he had full 100% conviction as much as he did in the cave of hate on the day that the revelation was given to him unshakable faith.

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But you still have to understand that he was a human being. And it was just, it was taking a toll on him.

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emotionally, physically, it was taking a toll on him, as Allah mentioned in the Quran, that Allah kabocha or nepsac I mean, you will destroy yourself based on the fact that these people don't believe.

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So it was taking a toll on him. And he needed, he required some type of

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just human support or any type of support. Everybody needs as soon as he has seen, I've talked I've referenced this earlier. Soon as he as he talks about this, Allah subhanaw taala tells the process of you have to warn them, you have to warn them, but then Allah tells the prophets of Salaam that acts

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under common

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law, you may know

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but we know Allah tells the prophets of Allah, Allah, you know, that the majority of a lot of these people will not believe whether you want them or you don't. They're not going to believe but then Allah does. So the Prophet says them in Mr. Toole the luminita adinkra rahasya.

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There will be some people that believe in you. And they heed the warning, they follow the reminder. And they believe in the unseen.

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They fear a lie even though even when they are alone. They think of a law they're aware of a law. They're conscious of Allah. And the reason why that was so important is that as at a very human level, we all need from time to time we all need a win. We all need some type of a

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release a reprieve from the constant, you know, difficulty that we might be facing. There have to be moments in there of rest of comfort

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of just getting some type of a win from Allah subhanaw taala.

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And so the prophets, Allah Nizam is disappointed by humans. Think about this. He's disappointed by the largest city, the largest tribe, in Mecca. Then it goes to the second largest city, the second largest tribe in thought if and he's disappointed by them there.

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And so the prophets of management's on his way back, Allah subhanaw taala sends him a group of jinn who hear the Quran and instantly believe in the message, someone so think about how much of an impact the message out on them, they didn't just go back and say, we believe in this, they go back, Mundine. They believe in the so strongly, with so much conviction that they go back to deliver this message to their own people.

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They go back as Warner's warning their own their own tribe, saying that we've received the profound message that we believe in and now you need to believe in it as well. They are now advocates of the profits or seller, they are now delivering this message on his behalf to the rest of their tribe. And Allah subhanaw taala divinely inspires this to the Prophet sasm to remind him

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to let him know, even though he had no doubts, but like Ibrahim Ali Salam when you made to add to Allah, that I want to see how you revive the dead and a lot a lot tell them Olam took money. So Bella will actually automate in Nickleby. I absolutely believe Allah there's no doubt there's no question of me doubting my faith or my eemaan

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but I need some peace and tranquility.

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I need some comfort, I need some rest.

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Allah subhanaw taala provides peace and comfort that there is a Hulk there is a McClure there is a creation of Allah

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other than the human being.

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And this message that you have is so profound and such a reality.

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That you're busy delivering this message to human beings. But your efforts are not in vain.

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You went there you delivered the message that people have arrived did not believe you may do offer them after everything they did to you. But guess what, even if they didn't believe someone else did a group of jinn believed

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something you couldn't have even

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What were the profit systems expectations when he went to five that they will accept the message they'll believe or maybe some people will believe at the most. Allah subhanaw taala gives him something he he couldn't have even expected. A group of jinn passing by will listen to you reciting Quran in your prayer and believe and go back and start preaching and teaching the message of Islam in their own amongst their own. You can imagine that.

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And this is exactly this is like a practical manifestation. That when we do what Allah subhanaw taala asks us to do when we stick

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to Allah, to the task that Allah has given to us. Then Allah subhanaw taala will give us things that we couldn't even imagine we couldn't even expect it.

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As the eye of the Quran tells us in sort of intro to talaq omega chakalaka Allahumma Corolla will make a way for somebody who maintains their cognizance, their faith their belief in the law.

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And what is the loss of power tality Well, manga Taka Allahu Maharaja Zhu min height,

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weight or Superman highflyer alone will provide for that person something that is beneficial to that person from where that person can even imagine.

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Woman Tomoko Allah, Allah lucky for high school, as long as somebody maintains your trust in their faith and allowed their dependence upon Allah, Allah will suffice for that person. So Allah subhanaw taala provided for the prophets, a lot of them in a way from a place that couldn't even been expected by any of us.

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Were these gin except tourism.

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So now,

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the profits a lot a synonym is they're camped outside of Makkah.

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But he's not going into Mecca. And there's a reason for that.

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The Prophet of Allah Allah, he said,

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some of the narrations tell us that some of the Sahaba radi Allahu anhu and some of the community you know, believers, some of the followers of the prophets of Salaam

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received news that he was camped outside of Makkah, and they actually met him or maybe they were already awaiting his return. And they met him they received him outside of Mecca.

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And so either the profitsystem already had an idea that he that it wasn't

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Smart for him to just walk right back into Mecca. Because maybe they were waiting, maybe they were going to seize this as an opportunity to do something very drastic to the prophets Elisa, or some of the Sahaba, or the Allahu unknown received, the prophets have some kind of stopped him outside of Mecca and said, don't come back into America.

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Because the situation has deteriorated since you left. They've launched a whole campaign that you've gone outside of America to recruit people to launch an attack against America. And they have been able to raise up quite a bit of support against you now to take extreme drastic measures against you. So it's not safe for you to come back in.

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So the profits, a lot of them said, Okay, that makes sense.

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We need to kind of have a strategy in terms of how we re enter mcca. So one of the Sahaba De La Hoya and Omar Abdullah bin rated the Prophet sallahu was a little bit, you know, familiar with diplomacy and politics in Mecca. The prophets, a lot of them sent him

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to Agnes Minshew rake, who is one of the leaders of Quraysh had been one of the primary opponents of the prophets a lot he said them, but he was also one of those three individuals that we talked about a few sessions back, that used to go at night to listen to the prophets, a lot of them recite the Quran, in his in his night prayers. So the prophets, a lot of them having some idea that has been trained, has some internal conflict, some doubts about his opposition against the prophets, a lot of them the Quran has made an impact on this man.

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The prophet SAW some sent his his, you know, representative, if you will, the prophet SAW some sent His messenger His representative to make that go and ask him inquire from him, if he will grant me his protection, or that word I was talking about that I like using the Quran in surah yujiro come agera yujiro to grant protection, will he grant his agenda,

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his protection

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and has been sued. He said, No, I'm sorry, I can't

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look, the situation McKay's really bad. I really can't help.

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So the profits a lot of them said, okay, I've delivered over a plate comes back with this news that he's not willing to grant any type of protection or vouch for you.

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So now the profits alarmism sends out deliberately to Suhail bin ama.

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So he'll be an AMA, whose son would later on actually accept Islam, or at this time had overload He would later on accept Islam. So he is another leader of Quraysh. So he sends him to Suhail bin amor. suena. amor, by the way, was also one of the individuals who came at the time of Silla herd Abia. We'll be talking about this later, but he was one of the individuals who came on behalf of Piraeus on behalf of the Moroccans to negotiate the Treaty of de BIA. So he was a respected man in Makkah amongst operations so the problem is that Simpsons Abdullah bin rate well that will he vouch for the prophets, a lot of them so he can enter back into Makkah peacefully. We don't want any trouble. So

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he'll be in Amman says that.

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I can't help you either.

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This is a Banu Hashim issue. I'm Ben, Amir cetera et cetera or some type of bogus excuse and he's backed out of it he says I can't so I've done I've been arrested comes back to the process of that so he'll be an amorous not willing to be a part of this either. So finally the profits a lot of them sends Abdullah been arrested to motor Ambien ID.

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This is another leader of kadesh. Now the reason why the Prophet system sends him to multiminer ID. So he sent him to a clinic in Sri Lanka, the process of had the, you know, had basically an idea that Asness has considered Islam. In the past. He sent him to Wilhelmina, Amber Criswell when a hammer was a very pragmatic individual. That's why he came to you know, negotiate with a BA, a decade later.

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But now the prophets has some sense, Abdullah venerated his delegate, he sends him to multimeter ID, whose multimeter ID his name has come up in our discussion on the setup before multimeter it was actually the man who had kind of supported Abu Talib and gained a lot of support in order to do away with to end the boycott of the profits a lot. He said.

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Balu Hashem and anyone and everyone who believed in or supported the prophets a lot SLM

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for those three years of the boycott and the Sharpeville Vitaly, that agreement that Abu Jalla drafted, that all the rest of the leaders of Piraeus had been a part of had signed off on Mutambara D was actually the one that went around, gained some support, came to the Kaabah, to the huddle, and actually then said, we need to end this now. We've had enough. And he was in contact with Abu Talib that I'm trying to make this stop. So the profits, a lot of them knew what they mean ideas, had not believed in a message was not a Muslim.

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Had no, you know, interest in accepting Islam. But the prophets, a lot of them knew that he was a man who had some principles, some moral some ethics. He got fed up with the fact that their own people were being ostracized and boycotted. And we're suffering in this manner. And so yeah, it actually stood for the well being of the Muslims in the past, and the prophets allowing some having knowledge of this fact sends His representative go talk to motomura. De when mohtarma de hears, He says naam Bula hufa Yachty he tells him Yes, I'm in now go tell Mohammed Salah the some that he can come.

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The Prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam comes with Zaid bin haritha into Makkah, and they go straight to

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the house of Mata Marathi

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and the narration actually mentions for the habra, la he Rasulullah he's a lot he sent him for about there in the hotel kelela the Prophet hasn't even stayed a night in the house of multimedia ad. So that means they came in they snuck in at night modem and it received them at his home and kept him in his home as his going guest

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the following day from the Moskva ha ha Raja Maha hoo hoo. Whoo hoo sitter to an OSA Arjun moussaka, Li de su for me.

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The next morning, they leave the home of multimedia Hadi and the six or seven sons of Waterman Adi are with him and the prophets a lot. So it's a province of some multiman Adi and his seven sons. All of them have taken their swords have basically strapped themselves up.

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So they're all packing heat.

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And they all go out and they go to the home. They go to the Kaaba for the hollywell murshida or Khalid rasulillah. He's tough to fill bait. They enter into the cabin, everybody sees this whole gang of people rolling their they rolling, rolling heavy, and they walk in there and then they basically line up, they form a little bit of a circle, seven guys spaced out hands on their swords. So they're all kind of like hands right there. So they all put their hands on their swords and they line up with their back towards the Kaaba facing out towards everybody who's there, and then move them into details or process and make the love for your re entry into Mecca. Of course this is

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something we do till today as well. The subtle off of you know, the visiting the house, when we go to Mecca, we make Amara, at the very least and a part of that Amara is doing a lot of debate circling seven times, the Kaaba.

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But even pre Islamic Lee even in giant Leah even further than machinic Arab, they maintain this tradition from the time of Ibrahim Ali Salam that even when one of them even on the mushriks would leave Mecca and they would come back to Mecca. When they would re enter Mecca, they will do tawaf of the bait. So maintaining even their own tradition. Of course, the provinces lm is doing this for the Islamic tradition, but even multiman ID as a machine acting as a makan, this is your birthright. This is your home.

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You're the grandson of Abdul muttalib

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when you re enter your home city of Mecca you're supposed to do to love so to fill paint, yeah, Muhammad circle the Kaaba.

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And they're all standing there. And the profits a lot some desktop off making the vicar into to see him a lot. He makes the off seven times. may mean he makes the off one time which is seven circles, says he circles the Kaaba seven times. Why Devo be Hama ilisu for him film it off. They spread out circled around where the processing was doing the off day for like a circle around him all holding their swords basically keeping their hands on this horse ready to draw at any time. Ready to go. They took their safeties off, ready to go.

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I'm sorry about all the gun analogies. So it's

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Anybody who's listening elsewhere? I'm speaking from the great state of Texas. All right, no, but not trying to be insensitive, the gun issues a serious issue, but that's my culture. That's where I come from. So for up Bella Sofia, Abu sufian, Illa Illa Moto M.

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So now Abu Sofia and Abu Jad, everybody's sitting there kind of jaws on the floor, they had a whole plan when Mohammed comes back into Mecca, salani senem, is what we're gonna do with Israel. We're gonna do this, how we're going to handle things. Now Mohammed Salah Nizam walks in, but he's got this whole, like, entourage he's got this whole, like security detail. And this isn't some ordinary individual dismal terminal ID is a leader of mcca, leader of corrosion, by the way, multiman rd had a reputation for being kind of a, you know, just not being somebody who was a leader of thrash, like a diplomat, but he had a reputation for being able to like, you know, throw down if he needed to. He

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was known for his like fighting skills. That's why all seven of his sons were trained by him.

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So now he's got this whole, like, security detail, and he's doing too often. What do we do now? So although soufiane gets up and very peacefully, you know, kind of handsome hands up in the air. Look, I'm not here to fight. He approaches him.

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And he says to him, a moogerah nam tambien.

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Just asking you a question. emoji Ron, emoji ram champion.

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Are you simply just giving him protection? Are you here? Are you actually following him now? I'm just asking, okay. Don't get offended. It's just a question. Are you protecting him? Are you following him? I have to know. We got to know where you stand.

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And so he says lab and Mooji. He goes, No, no, I don't believe in his message. That's what's very interesting about this though. He's very open upfront about it. The process isn't right there. So now I don't believe in what he has to say. I don't even understand what he's talking about. I got no interest. But I am granting in my protection lab and Mooji

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he says, I will soufiane says he then Latifah

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he then Latifah excuse me then Latifah, which is basically an Arabic word, a lie Yun abou Luca,

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Luca de la takfir.

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That in that case,

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meaning your promise will not be violated. You made him a promise. You said you would protect him you put your honor on the line, you gave him your word, we will not violate your promise. We will not disrespect you because you have to understand violating that promise would have been disrespecting Milton. So he says we will not disrespect you you will not disrespect us. We will not disrespect you for jealous Mr. Who Annabelle soufiane to show him to make a gesture to him, that we're not here to disrespect you. Abu sufian said Have a seat. You can calm down you can relax. You can take your hand off your sword. Have a seat right here. And I will sit with you.

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I will sit with you. And what ever sat down in Abu sufian sat down with him had da da da sola salon Santo until the process of completed his tail off for llama inside of our inside of Houma, who, then when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam left the Kaaba left the harem then motormen his seven sons also walked out with him

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for the Hubba Abu sufian Isla de Abou sufian goes back to the gathering while the leaders operation because they're all kind of like what just happened

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and he says to them from MacArthur am so he basically goes back and informs them look Muslims given this protection. We got to live with it, like it or hate it. It is what it is.

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It is what it is

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for Makita Yemen so Marina hoofing Hydra and then basically the narration of loose Hawk, excuse me even as half and allama oma, we actually mentioned isn't as taboo mikaze

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he mentioned that a few days then the days passed on. And eventually the time came a couple of years later, when the profits a lot of them made the migration made the heat off from Mecca to Medina. For the Maharaja Rasul Allah selaginella. Medina tougher to fear and motor Amina de Bader is here.

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After the profits allowed to migrate from mccutchan Medina motorman Adi had not accepted Islam. Still not Adnan believed. Shortly after the prophecies of Saddam left Morocco went to Medina. He got the news that motorman Adi passed away.

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He died natural causes he passed away.

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When the profits a lot he sent them received the news he announced it

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There are a man who's not

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a believer, he didn't believe.

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But he did show us support and even kindness has passed away. Hassan bin sabot one of the companions of the prophets a lot he said, who was a great poet. In fact, the way I like to call it is the prophets a lot of songs personal poet on demand. Whenever the process of required poetry, he would tell his assignments habits

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and hasn't been Sabbath rhodiola and he would, you know, come you basically compose some poetry for whatever purpose or mix of the process of needed it. In fact, the process of met established a podium, in the masjid off to the side from the member of the Prophet system, that was a special place where that whenever the process and did ask a certain method to compose some poetry that has ever been traveled would go and from the podium would recite that poetry.

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So hi, Sam in tab, it says to the prophets a lot more lucky that I swear by Allah, La,

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la earthy Anna who that I will say a few words to basically mark to commemorate

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the death of multimethod. Basically, I will write his obituary. I will write an obituary for multimedia D and poetry. And he says this and the Prophet says we did not object to it

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is very, very important.

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You have to understand see, there are some things about Nevada when you study in a book of Arqiva you learn certain things, that from the the station of Nevada, part of the responsibility of an ABR or soon is that they cannot tolerate anything being done that is incorrect. That is wrong. It is a part of their responsibility. It's like an oath that they take the oath of Nevada requires them that if somebody says something, one of their followers, one of their companions, says something or does something and they have knowledge of it that this is incorrect. It is part of their responsibility, that they have to say no, this is not correct. Kindly, generously, graciously, and lovingly Of

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course, with achema with wisdom mower, a belt and Hudson excetera, etc. But they do put an end to it. It is mandatory upon them as a part of their their spiritual DNA. They have to

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Hassan Minh sabot when the prophecies come in forms, everyone will tell me nobody has passed away his assignment habit says I will, I will talk about him. I will write an obituary for him.

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And the Prophet cism does not object to it. He allows him to do so. And not only does Hudson men's habit right this Bahasa men's habit then basically reads this recites this

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and the Prophet says I'm allows him to and I have the entire thing here basically the the poem The poem that he wrote for

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you know, marking the passing of him.

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He says I I known for for because he told me was for Hebei, that Marine, Wayne and zepter who first first first kupka deema obika are the malucia Irina que les Hema Allah nassima rufen la vumat mata calama fellow gana mage doin Yaki do Dara wahida mean and nasty upca mucha who alumi motor Emma Ajanta Rasulullah la he min home for us bajo Ibiza, Kamala, it's it's kind of complex and stuff but the one line that I do want to translate here that's very interesting. He says, uh, Jonathan rasulillah, he salatu salam, a minimum.

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He says you amongst all the believers, and everyone amongst the people. You granted your protection to Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam

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for us but who Ibiza

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and because of the kindness, the honor, the dignity that you showed towards the honor that you showed in dealing with the prophets a lot he said them, the believers have become slaves to you, meaning the believers are indebted to you. we as believers are indebted to you yamoto

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you are not a believer, but we are indebted to you.

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Because you granted protection. You showed support for Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu is more beloved to us and even our own families.

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He said these words and the prophets a lot. He said them did not object to any of this. Not only that, but the narration actually tells us

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that later on

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long a few years a couple of years later, after motorman I had passed away multiminer D. After he had passed away the Battle of butter occurs. The Battle of butter happens

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First all out full scale major battle. There are a few skirmishes saraya before that, but the first major full scale all out battle occurs between the believers between the Muslims in Medina and the machete Khun Qureshi of Mecca, at the place of brother at the wells of others.

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And the Muslims, of course, are granted victory by Allah subhanaw taala in the Battle of butter,

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and 770 plus of the fresh are taken as prisoners of war

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by the Muslims by the believers. They're taking us prisoners. The Prophet of Allah salada him when he sat down with the Sahaba rhodiola.

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To council to convene the council as to what should we do with the prisoners that we've received? The eventual decision is that their families can send ransom for them and ransom them or that these prisoners themselves can teach Muslim children how to read and write. And 10 Muslim kids that are reading and writing they'll be set free.

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But the prophets a lot of them at that council he actually said

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and this is recorded in authentic narrations. Imam Bukhari mentions his Hadith his narration

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that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam said regarding the busara of

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the prisoners of war from the Battle of other low canon motor and Vina de Hadean

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that have multimeter and he was still alive today through massage, Eleni Fiala in Atlanta, and you would have asked me in regards to these people.

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He said I will have to hula hoop. As a gift to multimedia, I would have released all of them.

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I would have released all these prisoners into his custody, I would have handed all of them over no questions asked.

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As a gift to Mata Mina de la have to homeless as a gift to him.

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That's how much respect the prophet SAW some had fermata Milady that's how much he remembered the kindness, the gesture that was given shown by multimeter Adi towards the prophets alavesa. And there are many, many profound lessons here. And a lot of very important relevant lessons for us

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who live as a minority amongst a Muslim majority.

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Look, we have to understand what we believe isn't what we believe in. We have no doubt about that. We have we need to have no lack of conviction about what we believe is in the truth. The Quran is the truth Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. This is our Deen is Islam.

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This is our Deen This is what we believe in. And yes, our primary relationship is through Imam

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Muslim brothers and sisters they are emaan our, our faith, our family of faith.

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But our Deen and our eemaan does not require us to have an adversarial

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relationship with anyone and everyone who does not believe exactly what we believe in. And the prophets a lot isms relationship with multiman it is a perfect illustration of that fact.

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This is someone that promises of reaches out to we have a situation we think you can help.

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Extending asking for help and assistance to a non Muslim.

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This this this mindset that exists to quite an extent within the Muslim community. And especially for Muslims who come from countries where the majority of the population is Muslim are Muslim. This is a very confusing issue. This is a very, very confusing issue.

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Because they feel like

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what how do we handle this? They're not Muslim, they're not. We don't have that relationship of human with them. How do we manage our relationship with them? What is the nature of our relationship with them?

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But we see here Muhammad Rasul Allah Salaam is the standard, not the culture in Pakistan or in Morocco or Egypt. That is not the standard. Muhammad Rasul Allah is the standard deceit is the standard, the Quran and the Sunnah is the standard. And the Prophet of Allah Salaam is reaching out to motorman Adi talking to him asking for his help and assistance. And we see that there will always be people like Abuja Hall, who will oppose and persecute but there will also be people who maybe won't. This is the other thing.

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They guess our golden objective is to share the truth of Islam with everyone. But there's also this consciousness is awareness that maybe someone will not believe or does not believe.

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But that does not change the fact that they still don't wish well for us that they don't want good for us. And we are open to that reality. multimethod he did not believe did not accept but he did support

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He did help. And at the end of the day, the profitsystem did not forget his kindness, remembered his kindness and even spoke of it fondly,

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and was willing to show him a gesture of respect that was shown to him to the profitsystem by multimodality. So very powerful lesson about us, and how we need to be managing our relationship as a community with the majority that we live amongst. May Allah subhanaw taala give us all the ability to practice everything that was said nerd, so Han Allah He will be humble he subhanak Allahu Hambrick. netshelter La ilaha illa Anta, satirical metabolic

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