Abdul Nasir Jangda – Seerah 069 – The Search for Sanctuary

Abdul Nasir Jangda
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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. Some illegible hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. While Allah he was supposed to be here as marine

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shala continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, acebo timberlea, the prophetic biography.

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In the last few, quite a few sessions, we were covering in detail in depth, the major event of the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam which is referred to as the event or the journey of the sutra will Mirage, the journey by night from Makkah to Jerusalem and in the ascension above the heavens.

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In the previous session, we not only concluded our discussion on the ultra will Mirage, but we also talked about the immediate aftermath, which was the obligation, the making of the five times daily prayer mandatory. And how do you believe Ali Hassan came to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then walked him through all the timings and the procedures of the five daily Salawat. What this leads us to now is a very critical juncture in the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And that was that the prophets a lot. He said, I'm having received this, this boost this motivation, this inspiration this recharge.

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And you know what I've talked about in detail at length, about why the incident of Elisa will Mirage, why the journey of marriage was so strategic at the time when it occurred, but we focused on what happened before it, and why it was necessary. And it was perfect at that particular time because of what had transpired before from the passing of his wife and his uncle. And then the the journey to the city of thought if and the hardship that he endured after that.

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But another, you know, perspective is that the journey of our marriage was also perfect in its timing because of what was coming after it. And that's not just the five times daily, obligatory prayer, that's not a challenge. That's a gift that's a blessing. But what was coming after the journey of Elisa will Mirage was a huge transitionary phase, where now, basically the city of Mecca, the prophets, a lot of them had exhausted 12 years of effort. I want everyone to chew on that for a second 12 years. We work for 12 days on a project and we wonder why it's not working.

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Somebody who works 12 weeks on a project is you know, a warrior. And then if things aren't working out, we just completely give up 12 months a year. Forget about it.

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The prophets A lot has been working on the project of McAfee for 12 years.

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And still mcha is as opposed to the Prophet syllogism as ever. The violence, the aggression, the opposition is at its peak worse than it's ever been before.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was at this stage where Allah subhana wa Jalla his next instruction to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was going to be to look outside of Makkah and take this message to somewhere outside of Mecca.

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Now I want I'm going to put everything on the table because I really want us to understand my my motivation and my objective. My objective with this series on the life of the Prophet syllogism has been very clear from the very beginning. And that is for us to really understand and how this can serve as a roadmap, a blueprint for us in our not just living lives as a Muslim, but in our endeavor of building and establishing, you know, a community in contributing to the oma in spreading the deen of Allah. So let's take everything into consideration. Let's talk about it from a very contemporary current business type, you know, business minded perspective.

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If you want to take a product that you have, and extend it to other markets, if you want to establish a franchise, if you want to establish, establish satellite locations, you want to grow whatever you're doing, I hate to refer to it as a business. Because we're here talking about that Allah, Allah, Allah, we're talking about the message of the prophets, a lot of them but I'm talking about our situation. If you have a project, even a project, a nonprofit project, a community project, let alone a business.

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All right, and you want to expand this you want to take this out other communities you want to, you know, take your curriculum to another school you want to franchise your business. You want to branch out from satellite

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The one of the necessary things that you have to have in order to make that feasible, viable, make that likely give it a chance. The first thing someone's going to ask you is, what have you achieved and accomplished so far?

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And if you have one location, or one project or one school, or whatever the case is, they want to see how successful you've been. They want to see how that project has gone. Do you have a case study? Do you have a successful pilot program Do you have, they want to see what you've produced so far? Now, it's not to say the profits, a lot of human produce something, there are a couple of 100 believers, that's a big deal, a couple of 100 people's aka has been changed, their lives have been affected and changed. And these aren't a couple of a couple of 100 ordinary people. These are a couple of 100 so how about are the Allahu taala on whom the best of mankind to ever grace the face

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of the earth? After the MB after the Prophet sallahu wa Salaam,

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a people about whom Allah says that I'll do a lot more on what I do.

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All right. However, having said that, from an outsider's perspective and unbelievers perspective, they're going to want to see how successful you've been.

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And if Makkah is the way that it is, is completely opposed, and violence and oppression and, you know, opposition is at its peak, they try their plotting and planning on a daily basis on how to kill us and assassinate the Prophet sallahu. Salam is that going to make a very strong case for why you should accept and you should take on this project? Why you should become a partner in this endeavor in this project? Well, that makes a very strong case, you go to get into business with somebody else, you know, and you sit down with your books, and you're completely in the red.

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That's not going to convince them. You have a curriculum at your school and you go to somebody else's school and you say, well, we have a cup we have, you know, we have 200 students, 20 of them are just unbelievably excelling. The other ones they're not doing so great. Is that going to convince them

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But nevertheless, that was the job of the prophets, a lot of them at this point. He had no choice. The command from Allah, the vert de de de, the, the instruction from Allah, was that you have to take this message now and extend it to people outside of Mecca, presented to other communities presented to other cities, and tell them not only to believe in Islam, no, not just believe in Islam, that's very important. But along with believing in a song, they have to take on this project, this mission, this endeavor, and they have to become your partners in this Dawa. That's the task at hand.

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Now, that's a very overwhelming task.

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And in fact, the prophet of Allah salon he said, I'm I'm kind of jumping ahead a little bit here, but I shadowed the Allahu taala and asked the prophets a lot he someone's, you know, in the in, especially for some of the younger and the later Sahaba you know, from the Medina and period, the most vivid memory they had of maybe the most difficult day in the life of the prophets. A lot of them was the day of offered the Battle of the hood, when he himself was injured and bled and lost a couple of teeth. And his uncle was not only killed and assassinated but mutilated. His body was mutilated, disfigured, more than 70 Sahaba fell on that day, close friends and companions and

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students and followers of the prophets a lot he said it was a very difficult day. So she asked him was any day more difficult than for you than the neighborhood. In one generations of profits. A lot of ECM said that day when I went out to your people to the people, and I presented the message to them from tribe after tribe people after people 10th after 10th and one after another, they rejected me, they pushed me away. They they were they insulted me, they were rude with me. They they disrespected me. And I spent the whole day doing this day after day I did this that was extremely difficult.

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So this was the challenge that was awaiting the profits a lot of them so we see the beauty of this and our Mirage and its timing was not only was it coming after a very difficult time, but it was coming before an extremely difficult task. And it was so prepared the profits allowed him to provide the inspiration the charge the motivation to go forward and be able to take this task head on.

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So now we are at that basic place where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the season of Hajj arrives in the narration, which is mentioned is that jabiru mina Abdullah radi Allahu taala who says canon abuse a lot he said, um, you are good enough. So who Allah nasci Phil Moke of we are Punahou, Alhaji lon

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Allah Rajan Jarod Walia coma who for in operation hermana

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Ronnie and Wanda calama Robbie. He said that the profits a lot of went out in at the season of hedge to the field of Mena to the mopub to the place. And he said that, is there any man that will take me to his people? Is there any man that will introduce me to his people, because courage has forbidden me has stopped me or prevented me from delivering the message of my Lord.

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They've made it very, very difficult. So is there anyone that will take me and introduce me? We'll make introductions so I can talk to their people. He's just out there asking. Can you imagine what that's like?

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how difficult that would be.

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In another narration, in notes about the prophets a lot he Salam

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ala rasulillah, he sallallahu alayhi wa salam ala tofu, Allah Nasi feminazi him. I saw the Messenger of Allah loves him who was lit the word uses to life meaning he was just going around, stopping at every single home every single tense every single campsite of every single group of people and visiting them and tabula and you had you know, Illa Medina, this is before the migration to Medina. We are cool. And you would say to them, yeah, you Hannah's in a lie? Yeah. I will do what I say, oh man, Congo, humanity. God, Allah has commanded you to only worship Him, and He has forbidden you from associating any partners to him. Some of the Wakanda wha hoo Rajan. yaku, Leah yohannes. And

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behind him there was a man. So as the prophets a lot of times I want you to get the visual, I want you to get the image, the prophets, a lot of humans going out every tent, requesting permission to enter to speak with the people there. He's stopping at every single gathering of people kind of seeking permission and entering into the gathering and presenting this message. But behind him everywhere he goes following him around trailing him is a man who says yeah, yohannes Oh, people in the hava yacht Morocco, enter through codina Abba eco. Oh, mankind Oh, people. This guy right here in the hava doesn't even dignify him with the proper address this guy. This man, this dude right

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here, he tells you to leave the religion of your forefathers

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for the ultimate Hagia Raja. So this man narrating the story, he says, I asked, Who is this man following Muhammad around Salallahu alaihe salam, who is this man following him around, you know, basically sabotaging him

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and contradicting him Filipina Abu lahab it was Abu lahab so even this is it was already difficult to go there and just present yourself like this before the people but on top of that they continue to make it more difficult by following around and sabotaging his efforts. The abundance hacker mentions in his seerah are the zakura even who is Hakata who's alehissalaam nafsa who Allah kingda Walla Walla Bani hanifa tala Domine Allah Arabi acaba hora Denali min home Why why Allah bunny Ahmed musasa that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam went to

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the people of Kenya the people have been kidnapped, he went to abort the people of Benny hanifa he went to all of these people and presented the message and himself to them none of them from the Arabs were more ugly in their you know response to the prophets a lot of him than these people one after another very disrespectful in a very and you know, unfortunate fashion. They kept rejecting the profits a lot he said one after another after another. The profits a lot of them goes to Ben Roberts he goes to the people of Hassan he goes to the new muhaddith and they keep rejecting them in this way in this form. If you're a bastard or the Allahu Allahu relates from elleebana vitalia for

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the Allahu Jelani that Ali radi Allahu taala in Abu Bakr, radi Allahu taala and who both of them go with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on either the Allahu taala who says that Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala was the best guy to make introductions. What can I do better physically Hayden macadam, and he was always the one who would excel in doing good deeds. He showed up to the prophets a lot to him and said O Messenger of Allah, I'll go with you. So he was always ready. And then I went along with the prophets a lot as well. And Abu Bakar the Allahu Jelani was very good at making introductions. Because one of Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala, no special traits and qualities was that

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he was extremely well acquainted very familiar with the lineages of different people in different families and tribes. So he was very good at making introductions.

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So the prophets a lot he sent him you know, says to Abu Bakr, radi Allahu to the Prophet, they go to a people and the prophets, a lot of them says mid Manila phone. Who are Who am I speaking to? Who am I seeing here? They said, Men

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Hey Benny beneath Alibaba felt Africa Abu Bakr de la sala de la vaca returns to the prophets a lot. He sent him and he says BMB until O'Meara Sula, la my mother and father be sacrificed for you a messenger of Allah. He says How will I be homie him? You are now looking at you're talking to the leader of these people. They are the leader of their tribe will feed him a fruit of no armor wahan even

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today saw one will send I've been harissa when amanu sherek and he says that these four people that I just named, these four people are the head of the tribe. They're the ones that you have to go through. What kind of mushroom now I'm

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German and Wally sonnen and mushroom amor, he was not only the leader of the people, but he was considered like the most handsome man of his tribe, the most eloquent and well spoken man from his people than he even describes what kind of fella who had the rotten. He had like too long, what we would basically call ponytails. Right so he had long hair that was like, separated into two like locks of hair. And he was a very procedures man amongst his people. What kind of additional foamy magician mean Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allahu in Abu Bakr radi Allahu Jelani was sitting right next to this man my fruit. So Baba karate Allahu taala. No asks him. Key further ado, feeco. What about your

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numbers? How large is your tribe? So my frog says that in Atlanta zita Allah.

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We are more than 1000 people in our tribe. When toggleable Alpha men came Latin and remember 1000 people in a tribe is a pretty decent number. And we're not very easy to overcome. We're like a pretty large, decent sized tribe, we hold our own. And we work out of the Lakota language a kayfun monitor FICO, that How is your strength? Right, how do you defend yourself? How do you do? And he said Alena, Julie califa when he comes home and Jaden, he says that, you know, we're not afraid of you know, flexing our muscle and people take us very seriously. We welcome to the Allahu taala on who said that, how have affairs How have things worked out? How have things fared when you've been

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in a conflict with another tribal and other people? He says that in a shut down manner. kulu. suburban Hainan, Hainan Lt. We're inala SHUT THE MAN aku Lika and Hinata. He said that we are you know, we are very fierce when we meet our enemies. And we are the most fierce when we meet our enemies when we are really fired up and really passionate and angry about the cause. And we're in Allah nazira Jihad Allah wa salam alayka we prefer fighting and the sword and weapons to staying home and making babies. Right? We're not we're not fat, lazy people. We go out there and we'd rather fight. Then go home and make babies that's literally what he says when most women are in the law. He

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says that an even goes as far as saying that help comes from God. You do no matter what you do. Alina okra, sometimes we win sometimes somebody else wins. And then he says that aren't you La Liga who aren't you from Croatia? Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala who says that our our Kabbalah Rasulullah very interesting. He says Aren't you from kadesh Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allahu is in there to talk about himself. He says, Have you heard that this is the messenger of God immediately transitions to topic over for Haha, this is him right here. And he's mafraq says that we have heard about him and what he has to say. So he addresses the profits a lot. He sent him now and he says What do you have?

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What do you call us to ilimitado own the Illa

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Illa moto Yamaha Porsche What do you call to Oh brother of Quraysh. So the prophets Allah Nizam said Shahada de la ilaha illallah wa, Alessia de Cana, I call to the fact that there's only a las panatela is the only one worthy of worship, he is alone and he has absolutely no partners. Well, any rasuna Lion I am the messenger of God. What was ILA? And

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to oni what am Sunni. He said, I also call to the fact that

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that you grant me refuge and that you helped me in my cause for inoculation for the Tabata rajala umbrella. Well, Kesava to Sula, who, because Quraysh have opposed and they have opposed this mission of God, this task that Allah subhanaw taala has given to me and they have rejected the messengers of Allah was seven that Bill boutonniere Anil Huck, they have settled for falsehood over truth will law who will unmute Hamid and Allah subhanaw taala is completely independent and praiseworthy. Allah doesn't need anyone, but I'm here asking you for your help. So my fluke continues. He says that what else do

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Call to what else do you call to? So the prophets a lot is I'm understanding that what he's asking he says he recites the eye of the Quran, Allah Allah to Mahara, Morocco, Morocco, Allah to silica that come say or Muhammad that I that come to what I am reciting upon you that God has forbidden upon you from associating any partners to him and will be valid in your center and that you are good with your parents. When I talk to local minimum luck that you don't kill your children out of fear of poverty, not another joyful Kumbaya, whom we should continue. We will continue to sustain you and we will also take care of your children. While our

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mother Amina mama button, do not go near shameless things, whether they be a parent or they be hidden. When I talk to Luna facility harmala we live in Huck and do not kill any soul that God is forbidden unless it is justified. Veliko masa was sockem de la la quinta chacun This is what Allah subhanaw taala has ordained upon you so that you may develop a relationship with Allah and God consciousness.

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And so my fruit says, what else do you call to? Oh brother of pradesh keeps kind of asking for more. And this shows at least some inclination for a lot of Sorolla hits a lot of the promises from now recites another I have the Quran in the lie yet mukhyamantri

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Allah commands you for three things, number one, to establish justice, to Excel to do the best possible exam to strive for excellence. Number three, that you fulfill the rights of family members weigh in and in fact shot you and monkey with it. And he forbids you from doing three things. And they are shamelessness. reprehensible, like morally reprehensible behavior, in your interactions with other people and Buffy rebelliousness against God. Your evil Kula Allah, Quran and he got allies advising you so that you may heed the message and realize the truth for Allah Farouk the outer will la hakodesh era macadam in UCLA, mahasin in Amman,

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now my flukes is something very fascinating goes, Oh brother of Quraysh I swear to Allah, you have called to very good character, and to the best and the most noble and excellent of deeds.

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What welaka Africa, Oman Casa booga and the people that have rejected you have done very wrong. It's very unfortunate what these people have done

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with all harmonic and they have basically attacked you will cut and now who are other and yes Shaka who Phil calamy, honey blue cabeza. And he basically kind of started to elongate the conversation and kind of turned in such a way that honey when Kobe saw one of the other leaders of this tribe, he kind of get involved in the conversation. Now honey bill Kobe saw he he introduces him and he says Hi there, how many of you will be saw shake when I was I will Deena This is honey bean. Kobe Sahu is one of our elders or leaders and he's also a staunch practitioner of our Deen our religion as we practice it today. So when he says, We heard what you have to say, but somehow muffaletta Yahoo Ah,

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we heard what you have to say. They said that what I think we Neeraj what I think is that if we were to leave the religion of our forefathers, and to follow you and your this religion that you present to us, because of one meeting that we've had to you, and maybe we'll never meet you again before after this, like we've had no other meetings before. Maybe we never have another meeting again. We've just met you this once and if we were to leave our religion and embrace your religion, zealot and Farah, he will Kindler to nothing in philosophy. But he said that this would be a huge error on our part. And this would be very shortsightedness on our part.

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And he said that way, no matter who is Allah to Allah, Allah Allah, because usually people make mistakes when they rush into things. And we have a whole tribe 1000 people that are waiting back for us, we are the leader of those people that trust us. We represent those people. So he said, Well, I can do whatever he said we'll go back to where we came from how we came, and you go back to where you came from. However you came when I'm doing what under wait things out. We'll see how things go. You see how things will work out for you. Well, gardener who happened yesterday, Luca who is Luca who Phil calamy al muthanna haritha. Then he introduces the next guy, he says have mithuna al

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muthanna been haritha shikun our Sahaja Bina Now, here's muthana, who is not only one of our leaders, but he's basically the guy in charge of our military affairs, our conflicts. So he

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comes into the conversation with Joe Abu Abu hanifa, cabeza fita. Kadena. He says that I heard what you have to say. And I have the same response for you that Hani gave to you. I have no other different response for you.

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And he basically tells the prophets a lot, he said the same thing.

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He goes on to mention, you know, something else very interesting. He says that we live between two rivers. We live between two streams. He said, one stream is that of yamamah, and the other is samama. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam says, what are what two streams are you talking about? And he says, basically, these are the rivers, we live between two streams, one is of the Arab and how to Arab and the other is of kisara, the Persians. And because we live so close to Persian territory, we have an agreement with the Persian people. And one thing is that any mistake that we make will not be forgiven by the Persian people.

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There they they're very, it's very delicate our relationship with them, they will not forgive us, if we make an excuse, they will not accept it from us. As for the Arabs, we can go back and forth in our dealings with them. That's fine. But our relationship with the Persians predicates, that we do not change anything in our relationship with them. We don't embrace any new type of religious or political alliance or allegiance, otherwise, that makes them very uncomfortable, and what you are asking us to do, he says that, who am in my chakra, who who elmbrook, the kings of Persia will not appreciate this. If we align ourselves with you, if we join with you, the kings of Persia will not

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appreciate this. So he says that if you want us to support you, to give you refuge to help you.

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But if you are asking us to compromise our relationship with some of the Arab tribes, fine, now, we would do it.

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We would do it. And what we can even do is maybe we can kind of keep it on the DL, we can somewhat, you know,

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play a little bit of a game here. We'll get on board with us to some extent, but we won't be fully on board with you, because we also got to manage our relationship with the Persians. So how can you work with this year? How can you compromise the profits? A lot of them said, my favorite D is of Stockton basically, we're in Edina LA LA and Sora, who lm and Hata who mean Jimmy Giovanni v. He says that this is not, you know, an acceptable compromise. It's best for y'all to just be truthful in your dealings. And the prophets a lot he said him said that the deen of Allah is such a thing that if anyone wants to join the cause of the deen of Allah, then that person basically needs to

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embrace the deen completely and support the religion of Allah subhanho wa Taala completely. Our aim is done by through inlanta bazooka de la Paladin Hata como la dama de la mala whom he said that what if you were to get on board completely and just wait a little while it might take some patience in the beginning but eventually the help of Allah will come to you. Allah subhanaw taala will give you governorship and Allah subhanaw taala will give you ownership and Allah subhanaw taala will give you control over the land. And the people that oppose you, you know, their lands will fall to you. But you got to be patient and you got to embrace the deen completely

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to sit behind Allah to put the zoo. So do you praise and glorify a lion hold the Las panatela to be sacred? If you do then put your faith in your trust in Allah. The fourth leader No, I'm adventury he says Allahu Malacca. He says that I'm willing to do I'm willing to do what you're asking for. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam recited the ayah then when hearing that he got kind of excited that I'm willing to come on board. The prophets Allah mission recited the EBU in our Salah shahidan one more Bashir on one of the Iran whether I am in Allah He beat me he was here all gentlemen, Iran, that messenger O Prophet Li saying that we have sent you as a witness as a deliverer of good news as a

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warning to people as a caller to Allah subhanho wa Taala by his command in his permission, and as in illuminating lights in force for mankind and for humanity and the world. Then the profits a lot is him got up from there, on the you know, the Allahu taala and who says that he grabbed my hand and he said, let's go. And he said, Oh, boo Becker. And yeah, about Hasson to allinone Allahu taala. No, he says that.

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This is just a sign of the character that is present I a two o'clock and Phil Jackson here. He says this is just a sign of character in Jamelia. They're trying to be polite. They don't want to outright

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refused me and reject me. So they're being polite, but they're not really, you know, they have to accept basically.

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And then the profits a lot SLM basically goes from there. And some of them you know, they start to kind of talk amongst each other and the prophets, Allah says be hired for a level, but it's about the human body and will be hired. Yet the Hydra zuna female being a home. This is basically how they kind of negotiate and how they kind of manage somebody plays good cop, somebody plays bad cop, but let's go from here. And then they say that we continue to go and visit people. He says that we went to another group of people

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who the profits are the same. He sat down with them, and he met a man by the name of suede been assignment, who

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Sweetman assignment summit.

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He listened to the message of the prophets a lot a solemn and he did not reject the message, nor did he embrace the message. But he basically went back to his people, and he was killed in some of the later battles, and the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Some of the books of Sierra actually relate to the fact that he later on accepted Islam, and he died in the state of being a Muslim. There's another narration where the Prophet of Allah Salaam went and sat down with a people a tribe named bin Abdullah

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bin Abdullah Shan. And when the profits a lot of them sat with them, they're one of their, one of their leaders. He was actually reputed to be somebody who was a Hanif, we talked about this in the beginning of the CSR sessions. He is somebody who did rejected shit, even before Islam. And the prophets, a lot of them started talking to him. His name was a yes been more eyes. And he was a young man. And the prophets, a lot of them talk to him and presented the message of Islam as we just heard. He stands up and he says, Yeah, pome has our law. He hated me, Medina, LA, oh, people, this is the this is better than what we came here to achieve. This man speaks the truth. One of the other

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people from his tribe, he struck him. And he sat him down, and he told him to be quiet. And then they basically rejected the message of the prophets, a lot of them and they went back to their people. And again, some of the nations mentioned that he has been wise, he quietly and privately accepted a song before he passed away. But the profits allowed him in this way kept going from people, to people to people. And everyone kept rejecting Him. Once a hobby who would accept the song much later on. He says, I was a child. And I came with my grandfather to that year at the season of hedge. And I was standing up on top of a hill watching and I saw that this very, this tall, handsome

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who was wearing like a white shawl, he was going from 10 to 10 People to People talking to them, and some of them would push him out, some would curse at him, some would throw dirt at him. And this kept happening until he went through the entire field. Amina covered all the tents and all the tribes that were there. And when he finally reached the end of the field of Mena, there was a little girl that was sitting standing there waiting for him with a bowl of water, and she was crying, looking at her father, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam walks up to her, and he wipes her tears away. And he takes the bowl and he washes his hands in his face in that bowl, and he consoles a

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little girl and they walk away from there. And he says, I turned to my grandfather, and I said, What is this? And he said, this is Mohammed Abdullah bin Abdul muttalib. This is a young man from Qureshi who says that he is a prophet and a messenger, and he's presenting this religion to the people, but they all keep rejecting Him. And I said, Who's that little girl, this beautiful little girl that is crying and you know, waiting for him. And he said that his his daughters

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and the prophets, a lot of them dealt with such difficulty and such harsh refusal at the hands of these people, but it wasn't without some type of payoff. Eventually the narration tells us I live in avitar live in Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala Anima. Say, from Madonna in homage Listen, Oh, she will hustle Raj. We went to the gathering is of a close we'll have coverage. And we sat down into profits a lot even presented the same message to them. And they were very humble people. Basically, there's to give you a little bit of an idea as to who these people were

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the, you know, in the books of history in the books of Sierra, it talks about these people that these there were two tribes. The first tribe amongst them was the tribe of hosts. All right, the people have been in the house, and they were from this small town

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that was known as yathrib. Their primary form of trade or their primary means of making a living was that they were a farming people.

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They grew dates. And so it was a small little town, a small little farm town and the group dates, they were not very wealthy. In fact, else was, you know, this this place of yesterday was not like a very favorable destination, people would go there to do business. But people didn't like to live there. They were neighbors with a lot of Jewish tribes. And actually, many of them, because of some recent years where there was a drought and there was difficulty, they were in great debt to a lot of the Jewish tribes. But something else notable about these people was that along with being farmers, who grew dates, these were people who are very skilled archers, and very, you know, talented

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fighters. But they were very simple people in this regard a very village type of people.

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There was another tribe amongst them, and that was

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the people of Raj, they were very similar. And both of these tribes have oats and has Raj, they had a, they basically had a joint lineage, they had a joint lineage, they were descendants of the same forefathers, but they had become two tribes, and they both lived in existed together there for quite some time. But unfortunately, they had fallen into conflict with one another as well. And that is what led to a lot of them. Being in,

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you know, being in debt was their conflict with one another, and they had been at war in a battle with one with one another for quite some time. And that had led to them, you know, being in very, very severe debt, and dealing with a lot of difficulty and adversity, and that financially had led to a lot of lows and a lot of difficulty for them. So and it's narrated that there weren't a lot of people who visited for motion has that edge. That year, there were maybe, you know, seven or eight or 10 people who had come that year, and the profits, all of a sudden I'm sat down with them, and the prophets, a lot of them, gave them the message of Islam. And real briefly, one thing I'll

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mention here, I'll talk about this in more detail. Next week exactly what conversation the prophets, a lot of these are made with them. When they accepted the message. What conversation did the prophets have them at that time? How do they accept Islam? What responsibilities did the prophets Allah have even gone to them that give to them? That is called br br to the Aqua battle Allah. That is the first Oath of Allegiance that was established with the people of Medina. We'll talk about that in more detail next week that deserves a session in on its own. But one thing I will mention here is that the narration mentions from Anna Hubner, Hata bio Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam,

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mccannon sudo con su Ron, I live in avatar liberati Allahu taala, who says one thing about them, we did not leave that gathering until they had given the oath of allegiance to the prophets a lot. He said, um, and he says they were extremely truthful people, and very, very patient people. They were good people, he praises them.

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But next week, like I mentioned, we'll talk about exactly the conversation that they had, and what the profits, a lot of them discussed with them in that first meeting with them, and what exact Oath of Allegiance was, you know, agreed to between them. What I'd like to mention here at the conclusion of this week's session, is something very interesting and very fascinating. And that is to understand really the mindset of these people. This is the best place that I can find to mention this, to understand the mindset of these people and where they were coming from. I'd like to mention something about the virtues of these people. These are virtues that the prophets a lot of them would

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mention years later, but it was based upon the initial potential and quality the prophets a lot even saw within these people. See, there's one thing that needs to be understood here. These were very simple folk, they were illiterates. They were village people. They were farmers. They were very simple folk, the prophets, a lot of whom had gone to thought if the second largest city in Arabia, he had just gotten done having a conversation with Ben husana about the conversation I was telling you about over 1000 strong, militarily strong, a very proud people. And they had all rejected and turned away the profits a lot. He said I'm here he's sitting in a room full of a handful of people

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who are very simple, illiterate, common farming poor people.

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But the profits of money, some had an unbelievable quality. And that was he always saw the potential in people. He always gave people the benefit of the doubt. He was always optimistic and he saw the potential in people and he made them rise to their potential and even go beyond and their potential and exceed expectations of those people. That's something that we need to get back to at a community level for us. Yes, there is a reality the prophets a lot of them did target people like Armando and Abu Bakr, Siddiq and abdominals and earth man Oh no, I found he did target people who had a lot of talent and a lot of ability and whose qualities and potential and talent was recognized by the

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community and they did become a huge asset to Islam. But if we if we think even for a second that a lot of these, you know

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Forgive me for the usage of the word, I'm using it from that third party perspective, not from our perspective, but from a third party perspective, that if somebody, you know, thinks for even a second that these very lowly, you know, meaningless or mundane, or mediocre people were not important to the profits, a lot of them they misunderstand, they haven't read the seal properly, that if they don't see the fact that the profits, a lot of them would similarly, more so than he would target talented people, the profits, a lot of them sought out the underdogs.

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The people who had a lot more talent and ability, it just wasn't recognized and realized by their people at that time. And Islam was a means of bringing out the best in people

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was the means of bringing out the best in people and realizing what people have to offer and bring to the table. And the prophets. A lot of them saw this in the people of yesterday by the people of Medina, who would eventually be called the unsought.

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The prophets a lot he saw this potential in them. So before we even talk about the conversation, and how strongly and how willingly

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they accepted the message and how dedicated and devoted they were to this cause. Let's learn a little bit about their potential and what the prophets a lot of them saw that the world saw a decade later, the world would realize a decade later who these people were, but the profits at some side that day when he met with them in the tent.

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Allah subhanaw taala says when Latina Allah when I saw una una haka, the people who gave shelter to the prophets, a lot of them and help the religion of Allah, they are the truest of the believers. Allah subhanho wa Taala says when Latina teboho Dara was a man, I mean, probably him, they gave, you know, faith and eemaan a home. They gave faith in imana home, you born a man hajra la him, they love those people who leave their homes and come and join them when I actually do an official duty in Hadhrat and Mima.

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And they don't find any desire or need to want what other people have, where you will see Runa Allah and forcing him Oh, canopy masasa they choose others above themselves, they would help others before helping themselves even though their own situation is so dire and so desperate. Allah subhanaw taala says well May Allah subhanaw taala in another place in the Quran was sabya una una manera mahadji de novo and saw he mentioned them

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will Edina Tiburon will be San radi Allahu Allahu.

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Allah is pleased with them and they are pleased with him. What are delevan genetic integrity data anaru Holly Dena fear that Allah subhanaw taala has prepared for them lofty gardens and paradise flowing from beneath his garden flowing beneath these gardens, our rivers

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and Allah subhanaw taala says that is the greatest level of success. And there are multiple narrations one time NSW Malik the Allahu taala and who

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was asked that are ATIA is my answer? quantum to some Mona b e. m sama como la. Somebody asked him that this name of the unsought Did you call yourselves that? Or did Allah give you that name? He said no but Samana, semana Allahu Allah azza wa jal, Allah gave us the name of the unsub. Think about the fact that Allah would bestowed the name unsought on Sato de la and sada rasulillah and sobre la, the people who helped the dean the message, the cause of a law, the people who help the Messenger of Allah, such potential these people had in the prophets a lot he saw that that day, the prophet of Allah Azza wa sallam says in the narration in the law, I met Danny, be ushered in as he

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Ultron and through Allah subhanaw taala helped me with the people who are very strong in their speech and in their feet, like they're physically strong and they are strong in their convictions. And he said, Yeah, they are the two sons of Kayla, which basically refers to the tribes of a los will hazaragi the people of Medina De Anza in another narration, and mentions that the prophets a lot of them was sitting one time and he saw some of the women and the children of the unthawed passing by the prophets a lot he sent him stood up the prophets a lot, he said, I'm stood up, and he says to them, Allahumma antem mean I have been nasty Ilya. He says, I swear to Allah Ya Allah you be

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my witness. These are the most beloved people in the world to me. I love these people more than anyone else will call the health anathema rotten and he said that three times, a llama and a happiness a llama and tomorrow Maha buena de la jolla. In another narration the prophets allottee some swears whether that's enough sibiya de in nakoma, Hakuna Celia, I swear to Allah, I swear

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By the one who holds my life in his hand, that you are the most beloved people to me. In another narration the prophets a lot he seldom says in another narration, the prophets a lot of them says that and so on. These people have the unsought lie you have become a llama minnow.

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Anyone who loves them is a believer. Nobody believes a better believer can love them. When I ever do him Ala Moana, Hakuna nobody but I'm gonna freakin hate them. For men. I have the whom I had the hula. Whoever loves the ansata Allah loves that person. I'm an avocado, avocado, hula. Whoever hates the unsought Allah hates that person. And this is narrated in the many of the books of sermon. In another narration the prophets a lot of them says this isn't Bukhari and Muslim. I attend Imani Hubbell and saw a sign of having a man is that you love the unsought Well, I attorney Falcon, golden unsought, and a sign of hypocrisy disease, spiritually in your heart is that you decide the answer.

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The Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one time said

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that, if all of mankind low silicon Natsu Shaban if all of mankind walked down a path was helical and Satoshi urban, but the unsolved walk down another path. Let's select to share well unsolved, I would walk down the path of the unsolved I would stick with the unsolved I would go with my unsought the Prophet of Allah Salafi seminar

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there are so many narrations here

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All men are mentioned maybe just one more the profits a lot of them this is very beautiful the profits a lot he said them says last Allah tala malabu Allah who there is no Salah for somebody who does not have will do and he said well I will do early madam you have charisma luckily there is no we'll do for somebody who doesn't say the name of Allah subhanaw taala and then the prophets a lot of them says well I you know be lacking Mala Mala you know be somebody who doesn't believe in me doesn't really truly believe in Allah. Well I you know, be my leg

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and somebody really doesn't truly believe in me unless and until that person loves the answer.

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This is the quality of these people. That is a potential the prophets a lot of them saw in those very, very simple people that day. Some of the inside even talk about their their virtues, like they were having a discussion that people have always had min Naka, sila melodica, we had a man amongst us who was bathed by the angels handler or the Allahu taala and who woman Amanita Zilla who absolutely, man, we are a man that the observer of man should get the passing of that man, Saudi woman Nah, man had man had a hammer to a woman who a

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man who Jesus Shahada to be Shahada tierra julaine. And we had such a man amongst us that the prophets, a lot of them said his single testimony is equal to the testimony of two people. And that is Jose mabin fabretto de Allahu taala. Anu, the people have said that we had people who learned the entire Quran and preserved the entire Koran and were designated as the most knowledgeable of the Quran by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they did musavat Abu Zubaydah, Milan Sati bagel blue carbon more other than Javelin, radi Allahu taala and who were these huge scholars and these these are just some of the virtues of the unsoldered as a prophet syllogism I've mentioned this

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narration multiple times, man had been and Sahaba hula woman Abba and sobre la May Allah subhanaw taala make us from amongst those people that love the unsought the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, this is another there are so many narrations here that are just so beautiful.

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So this will be one of the last narrations I mentioned the prophets a lot he says lowland hegira to look into environmental and so on the Prophet look into Iran and Saudi and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that if there was not hegira migration for the sake of Allah, I would have been an untidy man, I would have I would have wished that I belonged to the people of the unsought. If there wasn't teaching, I would have signed up to be one of the unsought.

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The Prophet of Allah Salatu was very sensitive towards the unsought he cared about the unsought. It said that in the in the last few days of the life of the prophets a lot a center when he even lost the strength and the ability in the last day or two when he couldn't even come out from his hood, from the room to be able to come out leave the people in prayer. We work in an Abbess radi Allahu taala and Homer the uncle of the prophesy sermon, Abu Bakr, radi Allahu Allah Anima they passed by a gathering of the unsought who were all sitting in crying while homea Kuhn and they said my Yuki can what makes you cry? They said they couldn't imagine a BSL Allahu alayhi salam Amina. We remember the

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gatherings that we used to have with the prophets, a lot of them we miss sitting with the Messenger of God sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the prophets allottees haven't heard this and he came out from his room.

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Because of that, he came up from his room and the profits a lot a selam

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went and sat down on the member in the narration says what are the ossabaw? See harshita booth. The prophets Elijah was wearing a shawl and he had taken it and wrapped it around his head and his face because he was at such a fever. And he was so ill and sick at that point. He could barely walk. He very slowly walked over to the member, and he sat down and he was completely wrapped up in his shop. And the profits a lot he said, I'm sorry that member he sat in the member while I'm yada, yada yada, and he never sat on that member ever again after that moment. And for Jaime de la, la he praised the line he Glorified Allah subhanho wa Taala and then he said all sequin Bonanza.

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He said take care of my insaan

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take care of my unsought after I'm gone.

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And the prophets a lot of them said for whom cutting she wear a bowtie which basically an expression Arabic That means they're my weak spot.

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The unsought or my soft spot, my weaknesses, my unsought

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I care too much about my answer. And he says that he even tells him that he says workato levina Allah him

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what Berkeley and la de la home folk bayoumi massimi him what was one moochie those who have passed away have passed away, and those who are left, embrace them and accept them. Those who are left or left and he said that if somebody from them does does good, except that from them, but if some one of them messes up or does something wrong, forgive them.

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But be gentle and be careful with my unsought and the prophets. A lot of them even told them one time in the concert alone, a buddy Etherton, he said people will not appreciate you after I'm gone. People will not appreciate you after I'm gone you'll see that people will not treat you as you deserve to be treated first beautiful hotel owner Allen house he said but be patient I'll be waiting at the house at the fountain of Kota for you my answer I'll wait for you.

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And he his was here tourism always take care of my answer. And this is a hadith of Bokhari Muslim O'Shea, Han. So these are the people that we're talking about the unsung

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these are the answer the prophets. A lot of them said Allah in nikolina been Tara tariqa. While they were in America were in the dedicatee while the it unsought, fafo nifi him the prophet SAW Some said every prophet, leave something behind, and a mana and a trust behind my Amana and trust that I leave with you are my unsought. Please take care of them for me. Take care of them. For me. That's the potential the profits a lot of them saw on that day in the simple, illiterate

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farmers, poor farmers that came and sat with the prophets a lot. Someone listened to him that day. And inshallah we'll talk about the Bay Area. Allah Akbar, Allah, we'll talk about that inshallah next week, but in the meantime, one of the lessons I want us to definitely understand and I want us to embrace and realize is that we definitely we were not prejudiced against anyone talented or untalented, rich or poor. But at the same time, understand that sometimes just because of our own human nature, our own challenges, the difficulties we are facing in our cause in our endeavor, we might want to go to people who have who we can see, the world sees that they have a lot to offer,

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and they might turn us down. But then somebody's very humble. Again, in the eyes of people, not in our non we're not saying this, but in the eyes of the world, in the eyes of two people, they might seem very lowly, very humble, they might not have a lot to offer.

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But Allah subhanaw taala only Allah subhanaw taala knows their potential. And part of learning the seed of the life of the prophets. Allah DCM is being able to develop that ability to see the potential in within people to see what they have to offer and to embrace people and accept people and utilize those people. For the sake of the deen of Allah subhanaw taala because you never know what those people have to offer. They might turn out to be the most beneficial and instrumental people. Their potential might supersede and overcome and outgrow. You know, our expectations more than we could ever imagine. May Allah subhanaw taala give us the ability to practice everything

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that's been said and heard some handle it would be handy. So Hanukkah long we handpick the Chateau La ilaha illa Anta Misaki Rocha, when actually

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