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Seerah 070 – The First Oath of Allegiance

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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. You will have the level of salatu salam ala rasulillah Allah AlLahi wa sahbihi edge marine.

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So in the previous session, continuing our series with the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a skeleton of a Ouija. In the previous session, we were talking about how the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, after some of these major events in his life has an had unfolded, such as the passing of his uncle and his beloved wife, and also the journey to talk if in the return from that journey, and then the experience of Elisa will meet Raj, that the Prophet of Allah Salatu, Salam now had a very clear directive in front of him. And that was to present this on to other tribes, other regions, other cities, other people, and see if he could Garner any interest within

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not just accepting Islam, but hosting, becoming a base of operations, for the profits, a lot of demand for the continued preaching and teaching of Islam. And last time, I just talked about how the prophets, a lot of them exactly approached this situation, how there were individuals like I asked been wise, and other such individuals who, you know, we're, who embraced the message who were receptive to the message of the prophets, a lot of the appeal of the prophets, a lot of them, but there was still not a tribe or a people that were willing to host. And that's when finally the prophets, a lot of them comes across a very small group of people, very humble people. They don't

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seem very powerful or wealthy or even educated for that matter. They're mainly farmers. And they belong to a small town that is called yathrib. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was actually familiar with the method for three particular reasons. And these are things that I'll emphasize a little bit later on when we talk about the hinterland of migration. But first and foremost, the mother of Abdullah Abdul muttalib, the mother of Abdulmutallab, so this is a prophet, Salafi, sedums, great grandmother, the mother of Abdulmutallab was from yesterday. He was from that place. So the prophets, a lot of them still had extended family and relatives there. Number two was the fact that

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the father of the prophets, a lot of them was he passed away then was buried there. And therefore, in his childhood, something we had talked about earlier on in deceit or in his childhood, the prophet of Allah, Allah de su, his mother took him there, and they were visiting there. And on the way back from that, from the, from the visit there, the mother of the prophets, a lot of them passed away at a short distance from there. And so there was a profound connection. And of course, we talked about also in an astrology, Mirage, that first stop the prophets, a lot of excellent made that the buraq made was at the place of yesterday, Medina, of course, the prophets, a lot of him

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didn't exactly know that but when he was asked, and then Djibouti Valley Psalm tells the prophets a lot decent to stop and pray to god there. After they proceed on forward they continue on forward, he asks him that attentively anus or later, do you know where you just prayed? And the prophets Allah, Allah, I don't know where I just prayed. And gibreel Ali santosa prophets, a lot of them tell you about that you

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just prayed at a very blessed, beautiful place where he lay hell mohajir and migration will be made to this place. So there was this, this thought in the back of the head of the prophets a lot he said them. So you meet these people. I kind of alluded to it very briefly, and I said we will talk about it in more detail this week. So there are two narrations about how many people there were in this first meeting. One narration says and it also mentions the fact that these people because it was almost him, right, it was a season of HUD pre Islamic hedge, where they would get together and there'd be festivals and carnivals, and business and market and these types of things.

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These people were actually in camp, their tent was on the outskirts of the entire encampment of the entire camp site, because they weren't very prominent or very important. So they were all the way on the outside. So finally, when the prophets a lot of them reached them, and he found so there are two narrations generation mentions that there were six of them.

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And another narration mentions that there were seven of them. And the names of these individuals are also recorded in the books of Sita, by the Muslim historians and scholars have said I have preserved their names. They are more I've been Hadith. The Quan Mina Abdullah case

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are about them in sommet yazeed bin Saliba these end Allah

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Bass been robota. These five individuals were from huzur. Raj. So I talked about it last time, there were two primary tribes, Arab tribes. In this place, you have three which would become Medina O's, and has Raj. And they joined back their lineage met, you know, a few generations back. But once these tribes had split off these families that split off, dad actually experienced quite a bit of turmoil between the two families. So these five individuals that we just talked about what from husbands and then there were two men from the tribe of ohss. And they were able to hate them been a de Han, and Wayne been bins, bins

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or weighing bins. So these were seven individuals, there's a little bit of a difference of opinion seminary shouldn't say that there were six. But some of the narrations that say they were six, some of them instead of mentioning or weighing, they actually mentioned about them in sommet, and vice versa. But the reconciliation easily is that there were seven individuals and the seven names that I just mentioned.

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Now the story isn't just that simple that the prophets a lot even talks to them, and they accept to some, but it's actually quite fascinating. And there's a very profound lesson in this. I'd like for us to kind of focus and reflect on so the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sits down with them. He says man unto them, or rather the prophets a lot. He said them says men unto him, they say nothing. luminol has knowledge. We are from his Raj, even though there were a couple of people from OHS but that those must have been the people replying. And the majority of the people in the group are from kazaa. They say we're from huzar, Raj, kala mingma Walia, hood. Aren't y'all like

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neighbors with the Jewish tribes? Like you have affiliations with them? And he said yes or no. So the prophets a lot he sent him. Why did the profits unlicensed specifically asked that two things. Number one, of course, he was just confirming the fact. Because when they said they were from the mind of the profits a lot from race to yesterday, and he was confirming the fact that if you all are who you say you are, then you are you have very close ties and affiliations with many of the prominent Jewish tribes of Arabia that live there. So that was just confirmation of exactly who they were also kind of breaking some ground with them letting him know that I'm familiar with y'all. The

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second thing is that

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without a doubt, there, there was this thought that occurred to the prophets a lot he said about the fact that Osen has Raj, these Arab tribes were just like the majority of the Arab tribes at that time, the tribes of Arabia, in the sense that they were idolatrous, right? They were idle worshipers. They were polytheists they were idol worshippers. They did not follow any type of a monotheistic scripture, profit, profit based religion, while the Jews and the Christians what we call an Kitab, were obviously monotheistic, profit based religions. And so the prophets a lot of them saw that as a strategic advantage, that it won't be so bizarre to them. If I actually sit and

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tell them Well, there's one a law, I am the messenger of a law, I am sent, you know, I receive divine revelation, the book of a law, we will be resurrected in the hereafter for the purpose of jezza for the purpose of retribution. That won't be the first time they've heard this because they interact with Adam Kitab. So this thought was there for the profits a long time and he saw this as a huge strategic advantage in talking to these people that I'm not going to be introducing something alien to them.

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So the profits alone He said, um, sits down to talk to them, he says, you know, can him come? That would y'all have a seat? I'd like to talk to y'all. And they said, Of course no problem but why not? So the profits a lot decent. I'm sat down with these people, invited them to Allah presented Islam before them.

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What kind of Mimosa Allahu belief in Islam and they yahood can Oman fibula, the human the scholars of Sierra actually mentioned this fact, that work to the advantage of the prophets, a lot of them was the fact that these people were neighbors with Jewish tribes. This was the first time they were hearing this type of a message. But there was an interesting wrinkle to all of this. Because of ethnic, religious, and most importantly, a lot of times we minimize the importance of this, which, you know, given our context right now, we really shouldn't, but economic and even political differences. There was a huge conflict that had been taking place even though there were

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affiliations. Traditionally, there was a huge conflict that had been taking place between these Arab tribes Osen has Raj and between their Jewish neighbors, there was a conflict that had been occurring. And what that conflict will kinda zombie led him for can have either been a home shaman and whenever any type of a conflict would occur between them

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The Jewish tribes would always threaten Osen cousins by basically saying, follow them in an IBM marathon,

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that there is a profit that will be coming very will be coming right about now will be coming very soon. But the abundance a man who his time has arrived. net, who who nuff to do Kumar, who tatula denwa Iran, and we will join up with this prophet is, whenever he is sent, will follow Him will join up with him, and then we'll fight y'all. And we'll be able to defeat you and ruin you and eradicate you people, just like it was done to the people of Iran and the people of Iran, talking about the nations that had been punished in the past and why specifically, the people of odd because again, the people of Iran were from the Arab region, and the people of Iran were the people from Yemen. And

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actually, these Jewish tribes were descendants of people who had migrated over from Yemen, after the floods of Iran.

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So after those floods, these people their forefathers had migrated to this area. So when they said this, they were not only threatening them, they were mocking and poking fun at them, that just like your forefathers were just vanquished and they were ruined. Similarly, that's what we're gonna do to you all as soon as this profit shows up, we're gonna join up with him, follow Him, and then we'll show you ourselves. So this is what they used to threaten them with. This was a conversation that used to occur. For them Nakayama Rasulullah, his alladhina moolah, aka the archimedean ilahi. Paula Bowden only bound into Allah mama in the hulan we're lucky in the hulin Nabila de tawa Tawana can be

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here hood. Phil is buku buku la con la de. So as soon as they heard the prophets, a lot of speaking, they said that they turn to one another. They said can you give us a minute the profits a lot of them said sure. They turned to one another NDC. That's him. That's the guy they always talk about.

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So then they say this is the part that's interesting. They say they should not be able to beat us to him. We shouldn't let those yahood find him and join up with him before us. But we should be the first ones to join up with him. Now I want you to keep that in mind. For a Jabu female that I will emulate he of course he responded to the prophets a lot and favorably be answered the ookami lumen humara de la mina Islami makalu in uttara, Conoco Manawa la Combe Bina Houma la de wishy washy Medina home for tomorrow whom la la caja for La La Jolla, Azam Inca, Suman sorrowful Roger in a La Villa de casa de PUE. They basically accepted assignment, they told the profits a lot, he said, um,

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that we don't care about anything else, we will leave our people we will abandon all other affiliations if necessary, but we are with you, we believe in you, and they go back home, they go back to you. After this interaction with the profits along with him having believed six or seven people having accepted a song This was the beginning of Islam and El Medina tune our idea for a better time.

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Now,

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a year passes by.

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So this is the 11th year of prophethood. preaching and teaching Islam a year passes by. And so it's it seems like I'm skipping over a lot, but I'm going to talk about a few things that will fill in the blanks here. But a year while we're on this topic, a year passes by, and the following year.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam according to you know, the strategy, the prophets a lot of humans another very difficult to hear in Makkah. I'm going to talk about some specific incidents that go on in Mecca at that time. But I'd like to, for us to kind of stay on topic here.

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A year goes by the prophet sallallahu, someone had a very difficult to hear preaching and teaching. So again, when the season of Hajj comes at all these tribes, from all over Arabia basically congregate together, the prophets, a lot of them once again, once again goes there, starts interacting with these people talking to these people receiving a very similar response, as he received the previous year, where most people aren't interested. They're not accepting, they're not too receptive to the message of the prophets, a lot of them and then lo and behold, the prophets a lot. He seldom sees those same people from last year. They're looking for him.

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They're looking for him.

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And the prophets a lot, they see the prophets a lot of the profits, a lot of them sees them. And, you know, it's a it's a really,

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you know, emotional moment for everyone. Everyone's very excited the profits, a lot of them and seeing not only do these, these people accept Islam, they were able to keep their emaan and they showed up next year as well once again, so he's enthusiastic, he's very elated and excited to see these people. These people are equally if not more, excited to see the profits a lot. They send them again, they've had a year for this emaan. This faith is Imani.

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to soak in,

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but they then they take the profits a lot of these into their 10th. And a very, of course, you know, excitedly accompanies them, when they enter into the 10th of profits a lot dismiss surprised.

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There's an even bigger surprise in these people coming back. There are 12 people there in the tent.

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If you need some help with the math, that's five, maybe six people more than there were the previous year, there were six at six more people doubled the number.

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And if there were seven people, that's five extra people, by the way, those six feet if we go on and duration based on the fact that there were six people, only five of them have returned.

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One or two of the people from previous year haven't come back. So that actually makes it seven new people that have come seven new people. That's more people, that's an equal or more number of people than there were the previous year, new people, including the previous believers, and these informed about the people, the one or two guys that didn't come back from the previous year, that they're good. They just weren't able to make it. But we have all these extra people, friends who are ready. They came here, they pretty much have accepted the message. But we brought them to you. Yeah, rasulillah.

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And now the prophets a lot he sent him is very, very intrigued by these developments. The names are mentioned that the five that came back from the previous year were Abu Mama, which is basically

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Assad bizarre beans, Aurora, our new afra raffia bin Malik footbaww in October. And then of course there were the others were more either more other than Hadith

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that in the Quran, were not able to come again this following year. And then the other ones who came were about them in sommet. If we don't accept that he was there the previous year. A few other names that were able to come.

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Were

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trying to find

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some of the other names that are mentioned here, where we talked about Abdullah Haytham coming the previous year. Yes, some of the some of the individuals that came to this following year.

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Were a wingman. Sorry, Tao who we talked about previously, he was able to return back this year, and then the rest of the names of the Sahaba. I'm not actually able to find it in my notes right now. I'll try to see if I can find it, and I'll mention it later inshallah. But in total, there is a consensus like we talked about the previous year, there were six or seven individuals, there's a consensus that there were 12 people that returned the following year. Now there are 12 people so the prophets, a lot of them sits down with them. The seven new people who have come five of the previous year, the seven new ones, the Prophet filati, from now on, not only gives them their Shahada, not

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only do they accept Islam, but the Prophet of Allah Salallahu alaihe salam on top of that, there's something very interesting. The prophets, a lot of them basically gives them What is there in the Arabic language called phobia, phobia or home

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phobia or who they give back to the prophets, a lot of them they give an oath of allegiance to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. And the oath of allegiance that is described is described as in the books of Hadith in the books of Sierra. It's described as what is called baotou Nisa. baotou. attorneys are the reason why it's called Bay attorney Sal, which literally means it would mean the oath of women. It wasn't the oath of women that they took at that time. But eventually the oath that they took was an oath that was later revealed in the Koran that the prophets a lot of them took from women. After Silla, her davia and that was the old fits in Sudan number 60. Soto to monta Hannah. I

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am number 12. I'm just going to recite the ayah. But of course, they took it in terms of these were 12 men taking this oath. Where Yeah, you're gonna be with Jacques Meenakshi by a year and NACA, that old prophet when the women come to you, believing women come to you giving you the oath of allegiance, and what is that oath of allegiance Allah you should kind of Elijah. So in the case of these men, Allah usually COVID lakisha that they will not associate any partners to a lot ever not in any way shape or form. Number one, number two, while is Riku they will not steal number three will is noon.

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Yes, no, they will not fornication or committed adultery. Number four, what to do.

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They will not kill their children. They will not kill their children. And this could, you know, be taken to mean either the burying of daughters the brutal practice of burying daughters, pre islamically or it can also be referring to just the act of aborting the child as well. Number five

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While I tune well to be bogged down in yester Runa who bainer ad him well Julie him and number five that they will not slander anyone they will not slander make false accusations without knowledge and confirmation of the circumstances. Number six what I assumed aka what I assumed aka FEMA roofing and number six is that they will not disobey you in a good manner in a good issue that when you give them an instruction they will follow your instructions for but and then a loss goes on to mention in the AI itself about your hoonah then give them this this oath of allegiance was telling Fiedler hoonah Allah was suffering from the law and seek forgiveness on their behalf with a law ask Allah to

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forgive them. In Allah for him of course Allah is constantly forgiving and constantly merciful. So this oath of allegiance was taken by these people. They took this oath of allegiance will not associate any partner so after attempting is up, not associate any partners with a law Nazi do not fornication, not killed children, meaning of boarding children or bearing daughters not engage in any type of slander and not disobey you when you give them an instruction. Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So this was the oath of allegiance that they took and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave each and every single one of them the oath of allegiance. Later on, later on when the

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prophets allowed him in the days of Medina would give a similar oath of allegiance to people, there was a seventh item. And the seventh item was

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jihad or tea towel, that if the circumstances a situation arises that you call them to arms, they will, they will answer the call to arms. But of course, this is these are the days of Mecca. So this seventh item was not included in the oath of allegiance, and they give this oath of allegiance to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And now at this point, they make a request the profits a lot of them again after giving them this oath. They tell the profits, a lot of some says, All right, once hype season wraps up, y'all be heading back home, basically go home with this, you know, new fervor and this new instruction and guidance and way of life and go and live in and implement it and see if others are interested in it. But they make a specific request. The request that they make is a Addison Allah, we would like for you to send someone with us, someone that you have taught somebody that has learned the Quran, the Book of Allah from you, because revelation has now this is the 12th year profited. I mean the Quran

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is being revealed for 12 years now. And the bulk of the Quran is murky, that means quite a bit of the Quran half or more of the Quran has already been revealed, has already been said there's quite a bit. So is there someone that you have Yasuda Lago has memorized from you, what has been sent down from the Quran has understood from you what has been sent down from the book of Allah. Now we also have the institution of Salah, we talked about Afro Raj, we also have the institution of prayer. So is there somebody who has learned to pray from you is very well versed within the prayer. So can Is there anyone you can set with us to not only lead us in prayer, but to teach us and can be a more

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qualified, more educated caller and inviter to Islam, because they saw the way the prophets a lot of them operated. And they saw that the Dawa, the message of the prophets allottee. So this is a very salient point, we need to understand here that Tao is based on Yes, Tao requires a certain amount of passion. There's no doubt about that. You have to be passionate about the cause. You have to be motivated, inspired and passionate about preaching and teaching his song. But that doesn't suffice. That's not enough.

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But the Tao of the prophets a lot. He was always very well informed,

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as evidenced by the fact that the Tao of the prophets a lot he said, when he presented his song to people, what was the primary vehicle the tool that he used to present this on to people to open people's hearts and minds to consider what Islam had to offer to them? What was their primary vehicle, the Quran, the Book of Allah, you would recite the Quran to them, knowing who they were assessing their situation, he would read it out to them, present it out to them, and it would change their perspective on things. It changed the reality the world that they lived in. And so they said the Arizona law, we could go back and try to talk about this message as people we don't know a lot.

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Do you have somebody that could preach away that you preach or close to it as possible? knows the Koran knows that will come a line up to really present this message effectively to people. And this is a very profound reminder that this isn't a call for a moratorium on Dawa. But what this does that

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What this definitely does do is it puts a lot of emphasis and necessitates for somebody involved in calling and teaching and preaching people to song which is a responsibility and obligation that we all have, that we have to constantly keep progressing in our understanding and relationship with the book of Allah. necessary, absolutely necessary. So, the prophet of Allah, Allah has him understanding what they're asking for. He says, I have to have just the guy

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I have the right man for the job.

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And that is none other than wasabi mermaid.

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Musab Minami, but I'm gonna add something to this first semi, I'm not sure if we talked about WhatsApp, you know, made in a lot of detail. But mazovian are made of the Allahu taala and who was a young man described by the prophets allottee some later on as being someone who was, you know, really just young, talented, intelligent, charismatic, personable, you know, larger than life, handsome young man.

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And so he was the center of attention the life of the party. He was somebody that people gravitated towards. He was a young man at this time, about 16 years old, in the early days of the prophets, a lot of some preaching and teaching the message of Islam, his family, his family, were very privileged, very wealthy people. And so he had grown up in the lap of luxury, he had been afforded all types of luxury and you know,

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you know, financial and and there were no financial restrictions. He had been afforded every type of luxury you can imagine, whatever he wanted to whatever he needed, whatever he wanted to engage in, that was provided to him made available to him. Until now, he believes in a song. He accepts the message of the prophets, a lot of the time when his family found out particularly his mother, you know, they chained him up, tied him up, tortured him, tried to dissuade him from Islam, of course, he persisted, did not give up his faith in his religion, eventually, his mother releases him.

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He goes to the prophets a lot he semones amongst the migrants that go the immigrants that basically go and leave Makkah and go to the senior Habesha East Africa. And he resides there for some time. After which, when some of the people the Muslims inhabit, shall we hear news of maybe a change of situation in Mecca, some of them come back, and when they get outside of Mecca, they realize that's not the case at all, that's not the truth at all. So a lot of them returned back to Habesha straight from outside of Mecca. But some of them decided to go ahead and come on in and some of them are specifically motivated by wanting to see the profits a lot of them again and be in the company but

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also Lola has a lot of them and most have been made was one of them that came back and he was now basically seeking refuge in the house of outcome and just wanted to be with the profits a lot easier again, and because of his situation, circumstance, young intelligence and then basically he's there in the house of outcome all the time, non stop keeping company with the profits a lot. He said, um, he had been learning non stop.

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And he had really been hardened by the life experiences he had already had. So the profits a lot of them realize he's the best guy for the job. And so he says, you take Mossad been all made with you. He'll do a good job.

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But this is where I'd like to point out something very interesting, very fascinating.

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And that is the profits a lot of them did not send wasabia been are made on his own. There was a second individual he sent with him. And that was Abdullah Nomi Maktoum or the Allahu Allahu Abdullah Nomi Maktoum was a little bit of an older individual. He was older, more mature, a senior person, he was blind. He's the same blind to Hobie radi Allahu taala Han who, who's the subject of the revelation of Abba tala, he's the same blind individual that will later on go on to become one of the more events, one of the people called the van for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, along with Bill Allah, the Allahu anhu.

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And he was an older man, an older individual, very, you know, he had a very calm demeanor. He was very,

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very calm, very

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experienced. And just an older person that just had a lot more experience and wisdom and a very calming effect on people. And so the prophets, Allah Islam is sending a young, charismatic, knowledgeable preacher.

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But he doesn't send them on his own. He along with him, he sends an older, very calm, cautious older man along with him.

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And the scholars actually explained in the wisdom of the prophets, a lot of him that he actually put Abdullah gnumeric tomb in charge. He actually put him in charge said told me something

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Maybe you report back to him. And so we see the profits, a lot of them from very early on creating this balance between the talent, the profits, a lot of some, you know, a lot of times we talk about both sides of things. Yes, the profits is a lot of folks in our community need to understand the profits, a lot of them facilitated the talent and the development of young people. He didn't hold it down. He didn't bottle it up.

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He didn't do that. But the profits, a lot of them facilitated growth for them, opportunities for them provided those opportunities, encourage them develop them.

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Because that's the lifeblood of dishonor.

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We talk about it when we meet to fundraise, we talk about the future of the oma.

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But are we that comfortable with the future of the oma if it's time to give a football? Or if it's time to give a Katara? Or if it's a time to give some responsibility? Are we still that enthusiastic and excited about the future of the oma? So the prophets, a lot of them didn't practice slogans. He didn't just, you know, shout slogans and, you know, just advertise and have like, you know, slogans that he just marketed with, but the Prophet says, I'm lifted, he really facilitated and empowered young people in their talents and their abilities, but

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there's a concern, the concern is that they can be a little inexperienced.

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They can be a little rambunctious, right, big word. All right, which, which basically means they can be a little rowdy, you know, they can have a little too much energy for their own good. Sometimes they can get a little ahead of themselves. You know, those are very, very valid concerns. Now, how do we go about addressing those concerns? A lot of times we address those concerns by shutting the door. Nope. We don't trust you. You might get a little crazy, a little rowdy. or god forbid somebody makes a mistake. Because you know, humans don't make mistakes. We're all perfect creation, right? We don't make no mistakes. I'm being sarcastic here. All right. So the, let alone somebody God forbid,

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makes a mistake. So the prophets who loves him instead of just shutting the door and shunning them, and bottling them from containing them if there was a valid concern, the profits, a lot of them instead created a very communal approach a team approach

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that are Why do we pair the energy, the enthusiasm, the talent, the ability, the empowerment of young people with the wisdom and the experience of the older generation.

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And he created a very balanced approach in that regard.

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And that was the approach of the prophets allottee. So he sends these two, with this group of 12 people back to yesterday back to Medina, where there are now basically 13 or 14 believers, plus these two that have gone back. So now you have a total of 16 believers, two people that are there specifically on a dour mission with 14 locals that they have to work with 1314 locals. And so what basically occurs and what happens now,

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so the narration goes on to mention that when they get back,

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the prophet of Allah Salah I almost forgot to mention this to profits a long time after giving them this oath of allegiance and before sending them back the profits allowed him in the narration, Bahati, he says, woman wafaa for Angelou, who Allah Allah, that whoever fulfills this oath than their reward is with the law woman asaba mean delegation and for Oakley with bV dunia for Waterloo, Ocala Confederate Allahu Omar Saba mean delegation and for satara hula de for amaroo illa, Allah insha Allah who refer Allah who will ensure

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that the prophets Allah says whoever follows through with this, they will get the reward with Allah,

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Allah will reward them. But whoever does not follow through with this exact, you know, oath and allegiance and what's been talked about here today, then the prophets a lot he said him says that that person will either be punished in the dunya, they will face the consequences of what they've done in the dunya. And if that ends up happening then that is the removals or removal of their sin, the cleansing of them, and whoever is not, you know, whoever does not fulfill this oath. And Allah hides their sin, meaning nothing. It's not discovered it's not found out. They're not punished for it in the life of this world. Then again, their affairs with a life Allah wants he will forgive

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them. And if Allah wants, you will punish them there. It's in the hands of Allah. So he tells him this he attaches, you almost have been made and

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Abdullah bin Maktoum to them and they basically go back to Medina to yathrib as admins Aurora who was one of the early converts, one of the early people who accepted a song from yesterday from

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Deena, he ends up hosting wasabi nomade in his own home. He's a young man at this point in time, probably in his early to mid 20s. And he was basically kind of you die locally will Hardy, right? He was known as the karate the reciter or mochrie, the one who should teach people to prom. And that's what he did when he preached. When he gave Dawa, he presented the Quran and once people converted, he taught them the Quran, and we're gonna go home and he would lead them in prayer.

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And in this is another very interesting, fascinating development, and that is Olson has Raj, like I talked about before, these two tribes and people are converting rapidly from both tribes. They had a little bit of a beef and a little bit of a issue between them that had been there for quite a few years. Now, of course, Islam came to remove all these types of, you know, issues from between people, but naturally, it took some time. And so initially, if somebody from Oh sir, husbands would have ended up leading the prayer, that could have become a point of tension between the people so we see another wisdom in the practice of the prophets, a lot of them, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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sent a neutral party with Sabino men to lead their prayer. Because what's the objective here, the objective is to develop to develop them to grow them to work them out of these issues. And if they need a little bit of time, then that's only human again, they're gonna need a little bit of time. There's nothing wrong with that. That's not prohibitive in any way. But the prophets a lot of a sudden realizing the wisdom and the Hickman this sends a neutral party to in leaving leading them into prayer until they get through and work through and overcome these issues, rather than, you know, creating further tension between them by putting them in a position that they might not be

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ready to handle yet. This is wisdom. This is hikma knowing what people can handle and know what they can't handle. And that again, we see their practice here. And this generation also mentions for Gemma or be him a massage you know made for Gemma became ovilla Gemma Arjun jumi Artefill Islam. And then Mousavi Nomura, the Allahu taala and who led the first Juma prayer ever conducted in the history of Islam. And this is kind of a landmark that's, you know, that can still be visited in the Medina. But when you go there, it's declared it's called Muslim to Juma and basically Society of the first Juma prayer beef that was ever conducted that was ever LED, and this was by the instruction of

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the prophets a lot. He said I'm LED and implemented by masabi animato de la Catalano. Even as half Rahim Allah one of the foremost authorities of the seed of the prophets, a lot of them actually says that men a woman Gemma, man Gemma, I became a boo mama as I've been sarara he says the first one to leave the Juma prayer was actually a boo Mama. Meaning as admin surah who was from his Raj.

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Now, how do we go about and there's even another narration that talks about cabin Malik garbin Malik radi Allahu Allahu is another unsavoury Sahabi. He his son actually mentions that whenever he would hear either semi Anita Yama Juma every time he would hear the Ivana of Juma

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Tara hammer, the admins, Aurora he would make to offer assignments Aurora, he would remember him talk about him and make to offer him

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and so his son basically asked him that what is the deal that every single time you hear the advent of Joomla you made your offer as I've been Jura like, that's a good thing. But why what what's the reason behind it? He says, Lee I know who our Lou Leanna who our lumen jumia been our fee has been a beat Min harati bunny Baba, FIBA and nucala who bought a legacy mat. And he says that because as I've been jurado was the first one to congregate us for the Juma prayer. At this particular location. It gives a name of the location Buckley or lucassi mat, and he says cool to come. And to Yama, II then how many of you were How many of you were there on that day? And he said, collarbone

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we were 40 people. We were 40 people. And so the community was growing renda 1213 people that are gone to McCann accepted Islam without big comeback. Wasabi no maitre D Allahu talanoa, had obviously been doing his job. And we were up to 40 people and that's when the free Juma prayer was conducted. Now, how do we go about and reconciling this? The reconciliation of this that a lot of the scholars mentioned is that the one who organized the Juma prayer, the one who congregated everyone got everyone together and made sure everything was together and everyone came together and everything was okay and good was as I'd been sarada but it was Mousavian O'Meara de la Catalano who actually

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performed the Juma prayer first time Allahu taala

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Allah, Allah knows best, but that's a very possible reconciliation of this exact issue.

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And then here the scholars basically mentioned that this meal was highly Rasul Allah dissemble Juma that this Juma prayer being conducted by the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. This was the first Jamaat that was conducted, and it was called jamara at this time, and it was a gift from Allah subhanaw taala. And the prophets Allah commanded them to implement the Juma prayer sudo to jamara as we know it, meaning the father Leah of Joomla Juma actually being made an obligation and sort of syndrome are being revealed. That was after the huge draw. That was after the migration of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam from Mecca to Medina. That's when Juma was implemented and

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that's when Juma was made an obligation. And from there, they're on for where they continued and that's why the profits are lovely. Some even said abala tullia, who'd won nassarawa Kamala Hulu, that this same Juma the opportunity to have the blessing of Juma was given to the nations that came before you then Kitab the Odin and Asara but they lost this gift. And Allah subhanaw taala has given it to you as granted to you as a gift. And this was basically the first Juma prayer that was offered and Musab, you know, made the Allahu taala and who started preaching and teaching the message of Islam very actively. There's a little bit of a story and an incident and narration that basically is

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mentioned about Musab, you know, made up the Allahu taala I know, preaching and teaching a song there in Yerevan, Medina that really exemplifies you know, how we carried on the message and how he was conducting the message and the type of approach that he basically had at that time. Before I go forward, selected arratia today is 845. Okay, all end in 10 minutes in Sharla. So,

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Mousavi, numero de Allahu Allahu is a guest of Assad bins, Aurora.

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And he basically goes, and not only there in the home of us had been sarara, he hosts people talks to them, teaches them preaches to them, but he also will occasionally go out and visit people as well.

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So what basically happens now is to have the leaders

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of the unsolved, who are sad and more eyes, and Sabin who died, they were both representatives of Olson has Raj saben was no Sabin who died. They were both leaders of both of these tribes. And they come to us I've been to Aurora. And they basically say that we're seeing more and more, more and more people, dozens of people have converted, more and more people continue to convert, we're not sure about what's going on over here. We're not comfortable with this outsider coming here, and causing up you know, causing a stir, even though there was not any type of open conflict, but they were just concerned. What is he doing? Is he trying to build some type of cult? Is he trying to

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develop some type of following? what's exactly the deal here? We don't really understand. As I've been surah, you know, being a very intelligent man. He says, Why don't you sit down and talk to him? Why don't you sit down and talk to him hear what he has to say, if you like what he has to say.

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So good.

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If you don't like what he has to say, then we'll take it from there. We'll hear you out. We'll solve this problem. But I'm just saying why don't you directly hear it from him, get it from the source gear directly sit with him, talk to him, ask them whatever questions you want, and get it from the source. So as admins urara introduces Mousavian are made, and he says how does he do for me for the job, aka for first local Laffy thermophila. Musab al in chargeless had called him

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so they come in so mazovian Ahmed says if he sits with me, if he's willing to talk to me, I'll talk to him. And so they basically come there. They sit with him, and they're a little perturbed or a little aggravated. So they basically kind of lash out at him a little bit saying, What are you doing here? You're just here, diluting our young people. You know, anybody that you find is a little weak minded or weak spirited, you're trying to snatch him up, and you try to like confuse them, and that's what you've been doing. So mazovian O'Meara the Allahu taala and who at this time says, Please have a seat. Hear me out. If you like what I have to say. Fantastic. You can even accept it.

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If you don't like when Gary Wayne garita who

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then I will stop a coup for Anca Mata Cara. I will stop doing whatever it is that is bothering you. So he said fine. That

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That sounds fair enough. So they sit down and for kalama who Musab radi Allahu taala, noble Islam or Corolla, human Quran masabi numero de Allahu taala. And who speaks to them and recite the Quran to them. And they both testify at that time, while logging out of nephew when he in Islam, Allah Allah tala, we already knew that this guy,

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there was something special about this guy even before he spoke. But now that he spoke and he recited this Quran, we have no doubt about my ass and a half hour. Allah who, you know that how absolutely amazing and beautiful it is that what he's presented. So he then they basically then

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say that we're ready to accept the message, we're ready to accept Islam. And he gives both of them the Shahada. He teaches both of them to basically instructs them to go purify themselves, take a bath, change your clothes, teaches them how to make will do, he prays with them, teaches them how to pray, recites up onto them. And both of them have converted. And at this point, they both basically go amongst their people, and they present their own Islam to their people. And that's when the floodgates really start to open. And more and more people start to come into the fold of Islam from that point on. So the point that I specifically wanted to mention here was, it shows the wisdom of

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masabi nomada, the Allahu taala. And

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that he's very calm in the face, you know, they're they're very confrontational, he's very calm, very relaxed, sits down with them, and very simply presents the Quran to them presents Islam to them in its purest form.

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He doesn't worry about answering their specific objections or their accusations. No, no, you're, you know, you're diluting our young people, you're confusing our simple minded people, he doesn't get into all that. So let me just share something with you. And we say soccer onto them. And it has a profound effect on them. And that's how they basically come into the fold of Islam. And that was the very wise tempered, yet extremely informed and passionate approach of masabi, no matter the Allahu taala. And who, and the numbers continue to build dozens upon dozens upon dozens of people continue to come into the fold of Islam.

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And this basically starts to gain some speed and some momentum. And this is basically where the year passes by. Another whole year goes by, and now there are 70 plus people, almost 80 people on their way to

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the 13 years after Ecuador. 13 years after the beginning of Islam, preaching and teaching the message of Islam 13 years later, there's nearly 80 people who are leaving yathrib leaving what as soon to become Medina. And on their way to Makkah, to meet with the prophets, a lot of them, accept Islam at the hands of the prophets, a lot of them and give the oath of allegiance to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And that's basically where we'll pick up and we'll start from inshallah the following week. In the next session, what I'd like to mention here is something I alluded to in the beginning, I wanted to kind of save this as a, some just some concluding thoughts.

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If you recall, if you remember, I talked about how in the very first meeting of the prophets, a lot of time with these people from Medina yesterday about that time, there were six or seven individuals, the prophets, a lot of him caused him to Islam. Of course, they hear the prophets a lot he some they hear him out. But more specifically, what was mentioned at that time, was that they have a conversation with one another.

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They kind of asked for a little bit of a sidebar, right? Can we go? Can we talk things over the promises of Sure. And they have a little conversation, if you recall, in that conversation, they say that's the guy because of their conflict with the Jewish tribes and Jewish tribes would threaten them, that there's a prophet who's about to come on, we're gonna follow Him, we're gonna join up with him and then we will destroy you people

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that they basically now say that he's the same guy that they talked about, we should beat them to him.

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Now how to exactly understand what they're talking about. They're number one, of course, having the best of assumptions and, you know, assuming the best on behalf because at the end of the day, these are ordinary people. These are Sahaba the Allahu talana these are the answer. If we call if you remember in the previous session, I talked about the virtues of the unsought These are a group of people where the profits a lot of them said I wish I was one of them. I would have won if there was no little hazratullah Come to me.

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Come to Enron and sorry, and I would have been from the outside

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These are people that the prophets a lot of them said low silicon, Nancy, she

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was cynical and Satoshi Harmon has a lot to share, I will answer if everybody went one way. And the answer went another way, I'd go the way of the answer. And to my humble Nancy layer, these are the most beloved of people to me. So these are special people, these are the unsung. So we have the best of assumptions that they understood the message of the prophets, a lot of them, they were just simply able to make the connection that by the by, by the way, that's the same guy that they talk about a lot of times, it doesn't take away from the fact that they understood the message, they believed in the message, they were just simply saying the fact that that's the same guy, they were

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able to make that connection. And they did definitely feel that what does it look encourage us to do and don't put on festivus, pole, hierarchy,

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rush race one another to good things.

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That's, that's a good competition, that's a good healthy sense of competition. So they were just simply trying to get to something good before anyone else. That's one thing. However, the scholars do mention that even if, at some level, they were a little bit motivated, maybe by the fact that hey, those people that we have a conflict with, they've been looking for him to try to get get together with him, because this will bring them some type of strength or prominence. But instead of them finding him and then having the over handle over having to hand over us, them gaining the the the the advantage in this conflict that we have the upper hand, instead of that, why don't we go

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ahead and align ourselves with this man. And that'll put it give us a very strategic advantage will have the upper hand.

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Maybe at some level, that consideration could have been there. But what all that this goes to show you is that sometimes,

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you know, this is just goes to show you about humble beginnings,

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that sometimes people could be coming from a particular place, a particular circumstance, a specific situation.

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But never underestimate people. This is that same lesson, I'm not under estimating anyone. I talked about this in the beginning of the unsought on toddlers, simple people, farmers, village folk, small towns, people, farmers, and educated illiterate, no numbers, no money, no nothing.

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But the biggest mistake anyone could make was to underestimate them. This these people later on became the backbone of the Luma.

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They were the backbone of the oma. And so once again, we learnt we see that same lesson here that the Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, you know, even if he heard their conversation did not worry about that. They might be coming from a particular background. So that's okay. But that's not that doesn't take away from the fact that once these people actually put their hand in the hand of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and they accept Islam, and he gives the oath of allegiance to the prophets a lot, he said them, and they learn the Quran, from the prophets, a lot of them, they stand up, and they pray with the prophets, a lot of them that they will not develop any man, there's nothing to say

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that they won't develop any man, they will become better people, they will develop in their mind, and they will become remarkable people who will then have solid and proper faith. Absolutely. And that consideration is taught to us here through the example of these five, six people, six, seven people who came, might have had another consideration in mind.

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But that still did not change the fact that they had the potential that they had, and the profits alongside their potential. And he was he gave them the opportunity to develop facilitated their growth. And look who they ended up becoming. They came back the next year with twice as many people who then took back a teacher to their own people. And before you know it, they had multiplied their numbers by the 10s by the dozens. those same people.

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So never never underestimate where somebody is coming from

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somebody ideas or somebody's thoughts on Islam on faith or beliefs. Very simple, very simplistic.

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It's good. What do you mean, it's good, it's good stuff, you know, you'll meet people like that. Don't Don't, don't laugh at people like that. Don't overlook people like that. Don't belittle people like that. And never ever underestimate people. You don't know the same that I was putting them and you don't know what they'll end up achieving later on. That the first time they stand up and pray the first time they open the book of a light you don't know what type of journey of the man they're going to take.

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It might be way beyond any journey of human that we've ever taken any experience we've ever had. So never underestimate these people. Any anybody and these folks, these are these humble people from a small little farm town.

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were beautiful, amazing, remarkable and historical example of this fact. May Allah subhanaw taala give us the ability to practice everything that was said and heard Subhanallah he would be humble he Subhana columbium dek Mashallah La ilaha illa Anta Sofia Kona to relay