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Seerah 061 – Al Isra Wal Miraj Part 1: The Journey to Jerusalem

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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 smilla you will have the lower salatu salam ala rasulillah wa and he will be at marine salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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So hamdullah We're continuing our series on the life of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a similar to Nova, we had the prophetic biography.

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In the previous maybe four sessions, we talked about the journey of the prophets, a lot of them to the city of about if, when it happened, why it happened, what was the prophets allottee sedums thought process behind it. And then what actually transpired on the trip and the journey. And not only that, but then what was the aftermath of that trip in that journey. And in the course of talking about all of this, we're at a very

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critical juncture in the prophethood in the mission of the prophets, a lot a phenom in his life. So this is now well into the 11th, almost 12 years now. So once the prophets a lot of them, so he travels to a thought if in the 11th, year of prophethood, he returns back settles back in settles back down, we of course, talked about the very interesting experience, where he found a very unlikely ally in multi,

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multi, multi Minna de and how the profits allowed him was able to receive protection from a from a non believer, from a very unlikely ally and the prophets, Allah was able to safely enter back into Makkah returned back home and settle back down at home.

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Now, some time went by thereafter. And one of the things that's very important to understand here now, now we're well into the 12th year of prophethood. It's so it's been 12 years since the prophets, a lot of them received divine revelation. It's been nine years since he started preaching and teaching the message of Islam publicly and openly from the top of, you know, from the mountaintop, if you will. And it's been if you document what has happened and how long it's been going on. It has been seven years, seven years since

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100. Believers 100 of the first believers in the city of Mecca, left Makkah, and went to Abyssinia migrated to Eastern Africa, Habesha and had been residing there now for for seven years.

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It had been five years since the very tragic and infamous boycott started. And it's been almost, you know, two and a half, three years since it's ended.

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And very personally, at a very personal level for the profits, a lot of them. It's been a year and a half since the passing of his uncle,

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who was basically his entire family

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and his beloved wife of over 25 years, Khadija logic Allahu taala. And her it's been a year and a half since he lost the two most important people to him.

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And on top of that, then it's been maybe about six months, since he ventured outside of Macau for the very first time to see what response awaited him and his message outside of mcca, only to be met with rejection and brutality.

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So the prophets a lot. He's me sitting here at a very, very critical juncture.

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Extremely overwhelmed by the circumstances. I mean, he has taken so many hits, in such major major hits, any one of these major hits would have just grounded us would have Florida's would have done us in, but the profits A lot has taken multiple hits one after another. And he's still going, he's still persisting, he's still surviving. He's relying and depending upon his relationship with Allah subhanaw taala and that's getting him through.

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But at the same time, you also have to understand that a human level, he's being beat down.

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And so there were some small instances of reprieve and relief that came divinely such as the instance where even on the journey back from a thought if the profits a lot of these humans just simply praying his the arm is dodgy prayers. And Allah subhanaw taala sends him down divine revelation telling him what is

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sort of not unique enough for Amina Jean yes me for a group of gentlemen just heard you reciting for on they believed in they went back to their people and they're not they're not preaching and teaching the Koran on your behalf amongst the jinn. So that was lifting the spirits of the prophets A lot of you went to thought you have to give to share this message with human beings. Well, they might not have listened or accepted but guess what? Allah subhanaw taala gave guidance to a group of jinn. This is in the hands of Allah, the prophet of Allah Somalis who is waiting outside of Makkah, very anxious the believers are very nervous about how will he enter back into Makkah, when Abu Jahan

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is seizing this as an opportunity to make a very serious move against the prophets Luddism and what happens with him Bernardi, who is a very staunch opponent of the prophets a lot. He's a leader of his people. Absolutely grants the prophets a lot of them full and complete and total protection. And in fact draws his sword in defense of the prophets Alonissos. So there were a couple of small things. But you still have to understand that the prophets a lot of them have been going through a lot. It is at this point at this juncture, about maybe a year and a half. Before the profits a lot of them would actually leave Mecca and migrate to Medina.

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It is at this point in time that our last panel wattana bestowed one of the greatest gifts and blessings upon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, one of the greatest experiences that any human being has ever had. And that was a las panatela granted the prophets lolly some of the experience the journey of Misra will Mirage

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Surat means to journey by night to travel at night. welaka ohana Illa Musa and ussery ba ba de Laila to secretly travel by night is Suraj so that was the journey by night from Mecca to Jerusalem. Alma shuttle up for baby baytril mocha does.

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And secondly is well mirage. When Mirage comes from Rouge, which literally means to ascend,

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to go up to go upwards, and El Mirage is the the ascension above the heavens.

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So Allah subhanho wa Taala granted dishonored this distinction and this experience to the prophets Allah de Sena. Now,

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this, it goes without saying we're all familiar with Elisa with Mirage, we've all heard something about it, we've at least heard the name of a name of it, or we know that something of this nature occurred. And maybe some of us have a lot more knowledge and understanding of it. But suffice to say that Alice, Robin Mirage is one of the most major experiences, and one of the most major events, landmark events of the life of the prophets allottee. To them, the life of the prophets, a lot of them is a highlight reel, every little thing is majorly significant. And extremely important. And that's why it's taken us, you know, 65 sessions or alumnos, how many sessions it's been, that's why

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it's taken us this many sessions even to get to this point.

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But at the same time, even in the context of the life of Rasul Allah, he's allottee, some in which every little detail is significant and profound. Even within his life, the journey of an Islamic marriage is the most profound, one of the most profound events from the life of the Prophet ceylonese.

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So, for those of you who have been attending, or even listening, or watching the Sierra lectures consistently, you know, at this point that I've said this a number of times, I offered this as a disclaimer, but not as an apology, that I will go into as much detail as I possibly can. Of course, I have very limited, you know, resources, limited knowledge and understanding. But to the best of my ability, I will go in as much detail as I can. Because the objective here is to take apart to analyze, to study and extract and take from every little detail of the life of the profits along so that we know how to live our lives. That's the purpose. The purpose here is not to finish something

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the purpose here is not to complete a timeline, a very nice and neat and tidy timeline, that 23 years of profit or 23 sessions. That's not the most of that's not the purpose here. The purpose here is to take every little detail and learn what we can learn from it. And that's why some of the other major events such as a migration to Abba, sr, the

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the day journey to a thought if some of these events have lasted for three, four, even five sessions, and that's okay.

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The journey of Elisa will Mirage

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I've been

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reading, studying researching for a number of days now. And the biggest struggle that I've had is how to try to touch on all the things that are so important and beneficial and necessary in this, you know, profound event. And so at some level, I've been at least been able to organize my thoughts. Again, I can't really say how many, if I, if I guessed it, I would say we would probably end up talking about the journey of our marriage for at least maybe four or five sessions, just to take each part of it and understand it thoroughly and learn from it. But I can, but I at least have some organization to my thoughts at this point. And the way that I'd like to organize it, is first

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and foremost, just go through the journey, almost like taking that journey along with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and then visiting the specific details into specific lessons. Because if I kind of start by just talking about specific details, you won't have the context of the entire journey in front of you. So what I'm going to do today, and I'm the reason why I'm explaining this is because somebody might feel like I'd lost over something very profound or very important, you should talk about that you should explain that we can learn from that we are going to come back to that. So don't get worried. inshallah, if I kind of go through the overall journey, we're going to come back

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and then take apart each detail and really learn from it. What do we learn from it? What can we implement it as a Muslim, as a movement, as a believer, as families, as a community, as a minority, etc, etc. There are so many profound lessons. So we'll come back and then take from it specifically, but I first want everyone to at least have the full picture, the full scope in front of them, so that they can appreciate the details when we do zoom in on the details.

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So there are one of the very interesting things is that when you read through the books of Syrah, the books of Hadith, and even actually some of the books of Tafseer because under the eye out of the beginning, I have Subhana Allah de astroglia ab de la la mina Mashallah her Amina mercy the apostle, Allah de Baraka hola who Lemuria whom an ayah Tina, and then the beginning of Sultan najem when not Jimmy either, how mavala sorry, boo Mama, my auntie Juan in our in Hawaii lava. Allah Lucia de de la mirada in festa, wa, wa who have been open Allah. Right. And from there on it goes forward. There are certain passages in the Quran, the beginning of surah number 17 certainly saw the beginning of

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pseudo to nejm. The beginning there are certain parts of the Koran which also

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allude to and speak of the journey of this Howard marriage. So when you read in the books of Tafseer, when you look into books of Hadith and and you read through the collection, the classical collection on Sita, the prophetic biography, what you find is something very interesting. There are dozens there are a dozen different narrations from a dozen different Sahaba by the love mine home about the journey of an Islamic marriage. And they don't necessarily contradict they don't contradict with each other whatsoever at all, even to the beginner even though to the beginners I write to the to the beginner student, the beginner to finally be there. And if he was to kind of

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read through these narrations, there are just a couple of minor, you know, variations but he would see here he would see just a little bit of maybe, you know, would have some questions, a little bit of conflict, a little bit of contradiction, maybe but very minor, but even those have very simple explanations behind them once you have depth in terms of understanding what the circumstances were. But even though in the major details there's no contradiction but something you find very interesting, the hadith of eyeshadow, the Allahu taala

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will maybe tell you will have certain details. The hadith of Abdullah bin Abbas reading Allahu taala. And Huma will have some other details but won't speak of the details IE Chateau de la Nast poco, the hadith of Ibn Massoud, which is one of the most detailed might still not have a couple of pieces of the puzzle that you find in the narrations of mahogany, etc, etc. So when you kind of look at all of it, it kind of brings a question to mind. Like why this type of variation? Where can you go to kind of find the complete all the bits and pieces of that narration in that story piece together? Well, you have to understand that the rewire of the Sahaba were varied. Because what would

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maybe happen is that I've done I've been a bass and I Chateau de la Guan ha and etc etc. The other Sahaba

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Maybe heard the narration of Abdullah bin Massoud.

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And so they only related what they did not hear within the story of

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the way, Mr. O told the narration, then they said wait, but the prophets, a lot of them told us a couple extra things that we didn't mention. So then they would only mention those things. Lay letter A B Rasulullah. He salatu salam had that I had,

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that on the night that the prophets, a lot of them was taken on the journey of an Israelite, when in Morocco, this happened that happened that happened. And they're only mentioning the three things that weren't found in the other narration. And then the others hobbies, mentioning a couple of things that maybe struck a chord with him that were maybe you know, something that really he connected with or she felt, etc. So you find the different pieces of the puzzle in different durations, all of them will hamdulillah the majority of them are the ones that I've taken from our authentic in that regard. But there are some classical scholars of the CETA such as the author of

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Sulu, Tao, or Rashad, who have basically taken all these pieces that are found in authentic

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in the authentic narrations and pieced it all together to create a more flowing narrative of what exactly transpired on the night of Alyssa will Mirage and that's basically what we're going to be taking a look at today in sha Allah.

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So it begins by mentioning

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that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the majority of generations mentioned by Nima and Wu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are in the Beatty Phil ager. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was in what's called the Hatim hedger is marrying the Hatim that part of the Kaaba. So you have the Kaaba, but that circle, that half circle that is on one side of the Kaaba, when we do throw off and go around it. But it is people try to go and it's recommended to try to go and pray inside of it. That area, the prophet of Allah, Allah is what oftentimes sometimes late at night, when he would be at the hat on when he would be at the Kaaba, he would go and lay lie down within that area.

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He would lie down within that area and just kind of lie down relax, and just maybe think and just kind of ponder certain things reflect on certain things. This was a habit of the prophets, a lot Easterner

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and so the Prophet of Allah salatu salam was there is a TA who gibreel vomica he Rama Rama kunafa for karlyn for Kala our loom au home for Kala also to whom who have a room for Cara till kelela philomela hectoliter no cross. So gibreel Ali Salaam and Mika Isla alayhis salam came to the prophet SAW us and I'm with them with it was a third angel. And they basically came in, they just kind of looked at the prophets, a lot of them and they said, this is the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, they pointed him out to that third angel. And then they went in the profits, a lot of them didn't see them again, until the next night. For Colin, oh, well, who who follows up now? We'll call

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an alpha fuseini. They'll also be nawazuddin faraja or Anahata, era canopy laylat italica. There again, they came back the profits on some was there on the second night, they again kind of had a conversation about the profits, a lot of them standing near to the process and that this is it. He is a leader of his people. That's him. That's him. And then they went again. Then they came back the third night and again, pointed out to the profits a lot of a sudden, and now and in another narration the prophets, a lot of them actually mentioned that he was lying there with his eyes closed. He was lying there with his eyes closed. And when they came juliani salaam actually kind of

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nudged the prophets allowed him just a little bit. So he opened his eyes and he sat up and he saw them and they saw him and then they left. And then the second night they came again and he nudged him again. And he sat up and they looked at one another and then they left. And then the third night they came and again they nudged him and he sat up again. But now something changed. Fatima Lu, who will be here

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for an O Allah Bhai fatawa la who mean whom God what happened now was that they

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told the prophets Allah they said them they came and they brought him and they laid him down at a specific place. And so this is that where the difference generation starts to occur. One of the narrations mentions that the Prophet of Allah Azza wa sallam was not at the Hudson but he was rather at home

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or in the home of a Mohandas which him saying that he was in home or in the home of Oman is the same thing. But we would say Potato Potato, because on one hand, he was a family member of the prophets a lot he said I'm so being in her home was like being in his home that they had that concept, that idea of family and he actually says he says foodie just suck food at Vanessa gibreel

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shaaka minzu karate Nan de la sala botany, pharmacology De Lima, Lima Chi in E be tossed a magma Zamzam camara came out dahiru Alba Hua ashra sobre who for Sahaja kalba hufa casula with Rama Rajan, one as Americana v human other waterlefe he Mika Eb thalapathy toss wa t ma Islamism from Adobe tossed him in the hub in Montana in B hc Martin were Imani for of Raja houfy saw that he will Mundo Haman where a man way Athena Islam and through my Baba who through Mahatma Bina cafe he behati manabu thermo oduya Bill buraq massagin will German So, this the second narration specifically mentions that the prophets a lot of them says I was at home, which could be very easily the home of

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home Oh honey, and then the roof of the home literally opened in Djibouti Ronnie Salama Michaela Annie Salam came down through the roof of the home. But at the same time, a lot of generations mentioned that he was at the bottom. So how do you kind of reconcile some of these narrations? So the reconciliation is very simple. Some of the classical scholars actually said Oh, honey, her house was literally neighbouring the Kaaba.

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She lived in what today probably is the area of the love. That's how close she lived to the Kaaba. So she lives so close to the GABA that being in her home was practically being in the huddle.

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It was being in the heart on the hood of the huddle. Secondly, this narration makes it very clear that the prophets Allah was lying down near the Kaaba in the happiness of his marriage. And that's why every night they would come and they would kind of nudge him awake, they would nudge him awake, they would nudge him awake. And on third night, it mentioned fact, Mr. Lu, they carried him they brought him, which means they must have brought him home. Because now they were able to do that. Now they were about to carry out a very sensitive procedure. And they needed to have him in a more private area safe place. And so they brought him to the home. So that's another method of

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reconciliation. And so they bring him to the home. And at this point in time, Jubilee Ronnie Salaam tells me ke, so then it says for shotkam in suva, Tina, he does funny botany jabril, ali solemn, took his finger, as had occurred, you know, twice before in his life, once as a child when he was in the care of Halima. And there's a second incident, which is mentioned, maybe at the time, you know, shortly before he actually received the Naboo, the prophethood. So this is the third instance according to some of the scholars of Sierra Some say this is a second instance gibreel AlHassan literally took his finger and drew basically like you would trace a line from his chest down to

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basically like the belly button. He drew a line with his finger, but this is Djibouti, Larissa RAM, so it's not an ordinary finger. So when he drew the line in this way, what that basically did was that split the profits of letting some open

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he split him open, he opened him up.

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And then he told me to eat at me because the magma is bring to me a tray, like a dish like a bowl with the water of Zamzam in it and became an insulin brings us and he says so that I may wash, cleanse his heart, and, you know, kind of open up his chest to alleviate the pressure from his chest. Remember the profits a lot of them has been 12 of the most brutal years that any human being has ever lived.

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So you see the very practical purpose and the benefit of this.

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And for sufferer de Alba who he took his heart out of his chest for Lhasa, huzzah Murat and he watched it three times. When there's a canopy, canopy him in Africa, he removed all the pain and the hurt

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that was there in the heart of the profits a lot. Hmm. And it actually mentions that each for each of the three washings Mikaela Allison would hand Do you believe Alison? I'm a separate clean bowl, and he washed it in all three bowls. Through multi ob Tustin men that have been then there was a bowl there was a container dish that was made out of gold montale one. hikma 10 one imana and it was full of hikma and imagine what that must have looked like the one knows best. But it was a bowl full of hikma wisdom and faith Eman conviction for Africa. houfy sobre E and it says that Jubilee rallies and you put the heart of the prophets alavesa back in his chest. And then he took that bowl that was

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full of hikmah wisdom and human and he poured it into the chest of the prophets. All of a sudden

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Matter of who Haman, he filled it with, with forbearance, the ability to endure and understand the purpose of things where aima knowledge understanding way Athene and conviction and strength, fortitude, what Islam and, and subject in submissiveness before Allah subhanaw taala, he filled his chest up with it through my Baba, who then he basically closed it through my heart. So he sealed his chest back up. And actually, it's mentioned that there was a very fine scar on the actual chests of the prophets, a lot of them were you could see where that line had been drawn

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through mahatama binaca TV behind him. And

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then he placed the mark of the Seal of prophethood, on the back of the profits allows him between his shoulder blades, between the shoulder blades, he placed them the seal of profit with the mark of profit on his back, and it said, it's something that was already there. So at this point in time, maybe it will, it became more pronounced, it was more visible

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to Bill buraq. Now what ended up happening was, they brought the Buddha. Now what is the buraq, the prophet of Allah salani sallam, so they brought this animal to the door, they brought this animal to the door. And actually, it's mentioned that this animal was brought near the door of the Goblin near the door of beta law. And the prophets Allah, the son went there. And he himself describes what this animal was, like. He says, well, who adapted to appeal. It was a four legged animals or quadruped Ed. It was a four legged animal, and it was white.

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So we learned

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it was very long, like it was a big animal. And then the profits a lot of Simpsons Falcon came out. It was larger than a donkey.

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Do not.

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However, it was a little less than a mule.

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A mule, which is basically

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the crossbreeding of a horse and a donkey. There's another word for it that I'm not gonna say in the masjid, but a mule, which is a breeding, and when you breed a horse and a donkey together, it's a larger size, where it has somewhat physical resemblance to a horse, but it has more of the demeanor of the donkey. So that's like a mule. And so the prophets a lot is me saying that it wasn't quite the size of a horse, but it was larger than a donkey. And that's very interesting to reason. The wisdom in that is that the horse has obviously that you know, the the physical prowess, and even the intelligence that a horse has. However, there's a thing of horses in a very comfortable ride.

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A horse isn't a very comfortable ride, it's actually quite fatiguing to ride a horse. But that's why for more casual travel, and especially a lot of times for even elderly folks, and things like that, even at that time, a donkey was considered the best form of transportation because it was very, it was very comfortable to ride, it's very calm, it's very easy. It's it's more, it's more comfort, more luxury, than it is speed or power. So a horse is a Corvette. And the donkey was like riding in, you know, a Mercedes. So that's what it was. And so the the fact that this, this animal was a little bit bigger than the donkey meant that it had obviously that power, that strength, that speed, but

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the fact that it was less than a horse signifies the fact that it was still a very comfortable ride.

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You're gonna have you who are in the moonta Hyper V.

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What was the nature of this animal, as soon as the profits of Luddism

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basically sat on this animal.

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And this animal took its very first step to profits, a lot of them realized something mind blowing, he says, yellow have Rahu in the moon to hatachi that the place where this animal would place his whole life. Like so, you know, when you sit on an animal and it takes its first step it places itself on the ground. The profits a lot he said him said that when it would place it tough, it will place a tooth as far as the eye could see.

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That was one step.

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I mean, I always try to say this and it's kind of difficult because, you know, a lot of times these days with whether it'd be you know, you know, visual effects, whether it be from video games or movies or whatever the case may be it's obviously got a lot of you know, now

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negative effects that it has in terms of attention span and how we use our time and how we utilize our time and things people are exposed to a lot of times, however, I feel like there's maybe it's the only benefit, but there is a very, very interesting benefit to sometimes us being, you know, in a time where we have these types of visual effects and stuff, it can actually it can give us a little bit not even not not very close, but it can still give us somewhat of an idea of what this maybe is referring to. So, you know, when you when when you like, maybe almost like superspeed or hyperdrive or whatever they do in Star Trek,

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you know, when the when the when the ship just basically goes into hyperdrive, and it just takes off and just becomes a blur. Like it's weird now it's gone. That's how the buraq moved.

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That's how the rock moved.

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And so the very first step it took it went as far as the eye could see so you were here now and next thing you know you were maybe 30 miles away

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just boom in one step in a split second. That's how far you were. So the profits a lot even talks about this multi blue name, either attack, Javelin, it whatever it

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is areata for it a DA boo, boo Jana honey FIFA Hideki.

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Your fish will be marriage laiki.

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The Prophet of Allah salatu salam explains a little bit more about the animal that the prophets a lot of them says that as it's moving so quickly. Now obviously there's a there's there's different terrain that it's passing through as a move so quickly. So the prophets a lot he said when he said when he came upon upon a mountain, it's almost like it's it felt like its legs would get longer so that it could go over the mountain. And when it started going back towards the decline, it's like its front legs would get longer.

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And then the profits, a lot of them says that this animal, this horse looking type of animal actually had wings that were based on like the hips of the animal. It had wings there that allowed him to basically push up with its feet and become airborne, it would actually fly.

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And then there are some weaker narrations which describe a little bit more about this, how the animal actually looked.

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And they're there. These are weakened narrations, but it basically mentions about the fact that its horse, its head and its legs, where its head was more like that of a horse and its face as well, while its legs resembled that more of a camel, and it had the tail, a smaller tail, like maybe like a cow would have a tail. But nevertheless, these are weaker narrations when there aren't very relevant or important in this case. And so now the Prophet of Allah loves him is traveling on this buraq at this speed of light.

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And Djibouti Nani Salam is riding along with the prophets. A lot of them by his side is of course his gibreel Ali Salaam. He's traveled at the same speed. So he's traveling along by the side of the prophets a lot. He said them and this is where it gets very interesting. So it mentioned that gibreel Ronnie his salam o had mentioned gibreel Ali Salaam, well, gee, would you believe in an Yemeni or Mecca, Isla de la Sam is on the right and Mikael is on the left. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has like an official escort.

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On both sides. He's being flanked on both sides as he's traveling for Assad who had tabouleh who have done that and

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so they kept going until they finally reached a place that had a lot of palm trees like date palms.

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for Canada who jabril and Jean for Sunday Havana gibreel Ali Salam said stop and get down off the buraq and please perform prayer here. Pray to God. Just mark this place with prayer on messenger of Allah. So the Prophet Fofana the prophets, a lot of them did that through Meraki, but then he got back onto the block and he started going and Giuliani's and I'm asked him now attentively in a Sunday to do you know where you just prayed on messenger of Allah and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said la policia later be play but salitre be play button. Y la ha la Mahajan.

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He said you you just prayed in a very blessed beautiful place and it is a place where you will migrate to

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so the place of Medina al Madina, munawwara it was marked on the night of Ellis Roland Mirage that when they left Makkah they stopped they made a stop

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in the city of Medina, which was yesterday about that time, they stopped and they stopped there and Djibouti Ronnie some as the prophets awesome to pray to the gods there to kind of initiate in inaugurate the place of Medina, the blessing the illuminated city of Medina. And then when they got back on Benny informed the prophets allows him to later be labored in LA Mahajan.

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continental Europe. Yeah, maybe you're halfway through America who for college ebrill engine for Sunday. Then again, the day kept going insane for Sunday so they reached another point. Where do you believe that Elisa Lam says to the prophets a lot is and please descend off of Brock here and pray here as well for ferula merkiva again he prayed and then he got back on to block and you believe that a Salam again asked him for college related emails on a rasulillah Do you know where you now prayed where you offered your Salah? Well messenger of Allah, Allah Allah tala zuleta be muddy, and in the show jurati Musa, you play you just prayed you perform Salah, at the place of muddy and

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under the same tree that Mousavi Salam sat under the shade of when he left when he ran away from missile and took refuge in the place of Medina,

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where he made to Arturo Allah in neelima and CELTA la Ameen Hayden.

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Allah I need whatever it is that you give to me. Whatever you provide Allah I know I need it. I'll take anything I needed you Allah. You prayed at that same place. Then they again move forward. And again you believe that Islam tells the prophets a lot from Indian for Sunday, please send them a la again perform prayer here for for Allah for Morocco for Allah Edina. sonita Kala la casa later be to Regina Hasan Kalam Allahu Moosa you again he descended at a place and he prayed. And then again he asked him, Do you know where you prayed? And he said, No, he said, You prayed at Toulouse to leucaena you play you just performed Salah at the place where Allah subhanaw taala used to speak

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directly to musala Salah

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removes Hollis I went to Mount Sinai, where musante said I went to go converse with Allah will call them a lot moose attack Lima. Literally spoke to two musante some a lot. Did you just pray that that place? Thoma Bulava are done but

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then they reached a place and they could start to see some large homes like palaces at this place. And again gibellini Sam says, Please descend and pray here.

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Again,

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the gibreel Ali Salam says to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, please descend and pray here, and the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam again he descended and he prayed at that place. And again he asks him Do you know where you just prayed on messenger of Allah? And he says, No, he says so later.

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So later B bt B bt Lachman Hazel Willie there Italia Salah. You just prayed at the place that is that we call an English Bethlehem. You just pray that Bethlehem where Isa Isa monomorium alayhis salam was born where Madame Salama Allah gave birth to her Italia Salah miraculously, you just prayed at that place? Well, Bina Ma, who you see to Allah Baraka era if Rita managin now the story goes on forward from there as the prophets of Legends moving traveling at the speed of light on this buraq occasionally, whether Baraka slowed up some or legends gave him the ability to see things on that journey on that trip. The Prophet of Allah loves him saw a group of the jinn and not just a

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group of the jinn. But he saw a very powerful Jin Yatta Lu Be sure let him in now.

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Good Lama, Elijah Fatah that he keeps trying to find,

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you know, basically he keeps trying to find a piece of the fire keep trying to take from the fire this gym, and every time he turns around, he sees it he goes back to when he's not able to take some of the fire. And then he turns around, he goes, looks back and then again he goes back to it, but he's not able to take it a lot. We're only mooka can imagine Taku Han gibreel Ali Salaam says, shall I not tell you some words that you can say them for either? Buta hoonah toffee a chocolatier who will hora lithia who and then ghibelline Ali Salaam said that if you say these words, then this fire that is gym keep seeking out will extinguish and this will stop for color symbolizes it symbolizes

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absolutely for collectively. To be what Hilah Hill Kareem will be calling Mattila hitter Mattila de la yuja with bourbon while FRG Ron mentioned in Miami Mayans Illumina sama, amin Sherry my Yahoo jiofi ha are mentioned the mother or the woman Sheree Maya minha amin Sharif eaten a layli when the hottie woman tawaran inaniwa nihari in la de Pon Jacobi, Hayden Yara man from Kabbalah live Livia, who want to offer it shortly to and so he taught the prophets Allah in some of these words, he says a messenger of Allah if you say these words, what this Jin this

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was a very evil, powerful gin. And what this Jim was doing was he saw a fire burning, and he would keep going and trying to get it but he wasn't able to get it. And every time he moved away from it, then he would look back and he would see the fire then again, and you keep trying to go and get it. This was symbolic of a jinn basically trying to go and do something evil. This was symbolic of the fact that a jinn was trying to do something evil. And so do you believe Allison tells the prophets a lot, let me teach you something on messenger of Allah, that if you say this, it will extinguish that fire, meaning what it will take that fuel away from those jinn, it will prevent them from creating

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trouble from wreaking havoc from making problems. And then he taught him this bill are all the big lie in carrying that say, I take refuge with the face of a law that is most noble? Well, we can imagine it Tamati and let Elijah was number one. And with the words of Allah subhanaw taala, the complete powerful words of Allah subhanaw taala that nothing, nothing can transgress them, nothing can Outlast them. Nothing, no one not a good person or a bad person can supersede the words of Allah.

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Min Sheree Maya Angelou Mina sama I take refuge with the law, from the evil that could come down from the sky, from the evil that rises up into the sky, from the evil of that which spreads onto the earth from the evil of that which comes out of the Earth from the evil of the test of the night in the day. And from those things that attack or you know, move at night or during the day except for something that comes with fade. Oh Allah yarraman Oh, the Most Merciful. And he taught him this and no sooner did the prophets a lot of him actually say this repeat this after Julian Alisa. Then he saw that that fire that that Jim was chasing after extinguished, it was put out to it took that out

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of the hands of that Jim facade who had a tower Allah Coleman is that our owner for Yeoman? We absolutely Yeoman cola has to do either Comicon then they moved on forward until they saw a people who would you know they would they would basically sowed the seeds and you know, kind of turn the soil and work into soil one day, we actually don't have human and then they will go and harvest the next day, gorilla mahasarakham. Again, as soon as they would go and harvest, then the crop returned back to the way that it was originally for funding atabrine mahadasha. This will be a very common theme on this journey. These profits, a lot of you saw a number of things and he would keep saying

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yada, yada, yada, yada, and jewelry Laurie, Sam tells the profits on what this represents. These were symbolic of very profound spiritual realities. He says Dr. Maha

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Mudra hidden a feasibility da da ba hula hula has an ad, be several media to the affine oma and for whom he che infoway yokley Fu. He says O Messenger of Allah. These are those people who strive and struggle in the path of Allah, that their good deeds are multiplied by 700 times. Whatever they spend, whenever they spend whatever they spend, no matter how small and insignificant it may be, then they it is returned back to them many, many, many fold. And that's why if you think about the symbolism, Now, think about the symbolism. These are farmers who are sowing seeds one day,

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and they're able to harvest their crop the next day, that's not normal.

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Normally, you sowed the seeds, you turn the soil, you sold the seeds, you water it, you patch everything up. And then when do you harvest?

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Six months, seven months, eight months later, it's months later that you harvest. But these farmers they plant one day they harvest the next day they plant one day, they harvest the next day. Immediate turnover, quick turnover, which in business terms is the best, you know, way to do business possible, a quick immediate turnover.

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And that you normally why don't why what would be the only reason somebody doesn't go for a quick turnover. Somebody goes for more long term investment, because they're hoping for a bigger investment. That quick turnover usually is a more minimal turnover. So you want a quick turnover, you make a couple 100 bucks, you're willing to sit on it for a couple of years. You make, you know 10,000 bucks, you're willing to sit on it for 30 years, you make six seven figures. So that's the incentive. But what's going on with them is it's a quick turnover, but it's a huge turnover. A significant 700 times a profit

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in the span of one day 24 hours. And he says that these are people who strive and struggle in the path of Allah subhanaw taala Well, what did he have? He button is very beautiful.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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He found an extremely fragrant beautiful breeze.

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An extremely fragrant beautiful breeze, unlike anything you've ever experienced before. for college algebra is the right. What is unbelievable beautiful scent. This fragrance is breeze. What is this? Where's this coming from? Furqan has he raw he had to mash it or the Binti fear our own idea.

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This is the scent the fragrance coming from the woman

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who used to comb the hair of the daughter of fit on her and her children.

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The woman that used to comb brush, the hair of the daughter of fit on her, that woman and her children, this is their fragrance. This is their scent. And then he tells the profits a lot of them been Emma he had to be interferon. It's secreted.

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One day she was brushing the hair of the daughter of her own

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and she dropped the brush. It fell out of her hand for palate Bismillah.

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For palate Bismillah, there is a fear around.

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So when she went to go pick up the brush, he says Bismillah and may fit and be cursed.

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So it's easier to fit around the daughter of her and said, I want to keep up be I want to

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be you have a lord other than my father. You have a master that you worship other than my father. Valentina, I'm Robbie Buccola Yes, my Lord and your Lord is a law. In one nation she actually says that up be will be key Allah, my Lord and the Lord in the master of your father is Allah what kind of an Emirati ebenen was origin for Arsenal la him for our than Mara was Yoda and Yoda and Dyneema. So this woman basically in the more extended narration actually mentioned that the daughter fit on said, I'm going to tell my dad what you said. And she said, Go tell him if that's what you want to do. You do what you got to do. I'll do what I got to do. And so she was married, she had a husband

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and she had two sons. And so once the word got to fit on, he basically called all of them and gave them the chance especially the two parents. The two other kids were small. Basically the the wife this this woman that used to brush her hair and her husband gave them the opportunity leave this religion now and come back to worshiping fit around or else for color in me caught in the hottie lucuma because I will kill the both of you. For Karla son and Minka in Argentina and Tatiana nafi baiting Wolfie right in politics in de la hija

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Kala hiya Carla Marie balmy worry llama wala de for for two for two dafina Jamia Kala Delica lucky Bhima lucky on a nominal hoc

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so it mentions that he tells this woman I will kill both of you and your children. I'll kill your whole family. And she says you know that's fine if you got to kill us and you kill us. I just have one favor to ask. You said What is that?

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She said that when you do kill us you at least bury our bodies in the ground just bury us because that's what our Dean wants what it requires from us. He said okay, that much we owe you you're a human being. I guess you've kind of been around the family for a while we owe you that much. I'll make sure that you're buried but that's about it.

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Then for Mr. Ravi know karate Minh new house and for Mia Amara from only Robbie her little coffee her here

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for all Pooja Hayden wahida Hata Bella who Escarra roadie in fee him. He basically he had like a pit.

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He had a pit that had, you know, you can imagine maybe like oil, or something of that nature, like steel and metal and oil. He had that heated up until he became liquid, boiling hot. And then he ordered for them to be brought. And he started with the mother. And he had her thrown in there put in there burned alive, melted alive. And then he did that same thing with her husband and he did the same thing with their children. So much so that they had a child that was still nursing a baby until they put the baby in there as well. And they killed all of them for Kalia, oma carry wallet to car AC for Inaki lol happy

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Carla, what's a condom? urba June 5, Maddie won't say ha ha washa Hey, do you sue for Sahaja rage, where he said no Maria Malaysian alayhi salam.

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And one of the narrations actually even mentions that when that small little baby, when finally the soldiers are fit onto that baby and we're about to put that baby into the fire, that baby's spoken, he said, Oh, mother, oh, my family, don't stop, don't back away from this. But embrace this opportunity because we are up on the hook. And then this is mentioned within the narration that this is one of the four children that spoke miraculously even as an infant, this child, the witness of use of Ali Salaam, the companion of jurij, and then finally aissami, his center.

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So these are some of the stops along the journey of an assault that the prophets allottee some took and some of the things he saw and he experienced. I'm going to go ahead and stop here because it's time for a lot, Elijah. Next week, we'll continue on the journey from here and there are some very, very amazing things the prophets A lot of us have witnessed along the journey, and inshallah hopefully in the next session, we're able to conclude the journey, and then we'll start taking the lessons and the reflections from the journey of a throbbing mirage. May Allah subhanaw taala grant us all the ability to practice everything that was said and heard somehow like you will be hungry he

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