Abdul Nasir Jangda – Seerah 095 – Warning signs of the Battle of Badr

Abdul Nasir Jangda
AI: Summary © The host of a podcast discusses the history of the Prophet sallati's life, including the Battle of button, the obligation of fasting, giving of the body, and the legal system's use of the Prophet's name. The speakers also discuss the upcoming attacks on Muslims during the sacred months, the use of spies, and the importance of keeping a watch on behavior. The segment also touches on the history of the Middle East, including the return of the prophets and the black people, and ends with a brief advertisement for a night in the Middle East.
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This is Mila will handle our salatu salam ala rasulillah who Allah Allah he was he admiring?

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inshallah, continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as a sirata Nava, we had the prophetic biography. In the previous session, we talked about some of the major events of the second year of the profits, a lot of these homes residents in the city of Medina, some of the things we talked about previously was the turning of the Qibla, the obligation of fasting in the month of Ramadan, the giving of the cattle fitter later on that year, the sacrifice for each other how would also be mandated. So these were some of the things that were instituted during the second year. Of course, the biggest and most major event of the second year of

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the law of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was none other than the Battle of button. And so at this point in time, in the month of Ramadan, basically, about halfway through the month of Ramadan, the scholars say, you know, about midway point through the month of Ramadan, the 17th is when the bad the bad that actually happened. So a few days before that. Now, I'm gonna have to take us back very briefly to a couple of things that happened before. First and foremost, earlier that year, a couple of months back, what had happened was that Abou soufiane,

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along with about 30, or 40, businessmen from Quraysh, with a huge number of not just goods, but money was on his way to Sham what's referred to as bilateral sham. That's a very huge region that could have been anything from Philistine Syria, Jordan, that entire region. Nevertheless, he was headed out to that area to invest that money to do some business to make some money. And you know, the the prophets a lot he said them along with the Muslims went out in pursuit of Abu sufian in the caravan, and they went to the place called Villa O'Shea, da. But once they reached here, what they found was Abu sufian, along with the rest of the caravan had already left from there. So they

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weren't able to get them. And at that time, the prophets, a lot of them even told the Sahaba that that's okay, we'll get them on the way back. I talked about this over there, but I'll just rehash it very briefly. The question is asked a lot of times in this situation that so basically, Muslims were rude, were raiding, and were looting and robbing people. They were basically relegated to being, you know, highway robbers. And they were just, you know, you know, robbing these caravans, is that what was going on? And in fact, a lot of times, some Islamophobic rhetoric that you'll come across online, says things like this, even Christian writers who wrote about Islam in the 17, and 1800s. In

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Europe. These are some of the thoughts that they express as well. That's kind of the orientalist take on the cedaw. On the life of the prophets, Allah determines that Mohammed in the Muslims sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they go to unsettled the city of Medina. And from there, they basically just turned into a bunch of bandits. Will I ever be learned may? Or May Allah subhanaw taala protect us from such ideas, but that's basically their understanding. So what is the Muslim response to this? So let's take a couple of things into consideration since we are talking about this now, and I've talked about this previously in one of the recordings and one of the podcasts. So very quickly,

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let's take a few things into consideration. First and foremost, the muhajir on all of these basically every single time that Muslims had gone out to pursue a caravan from Quraysh they were the muhajir una De Anza. And who are the Mahajan? De Mahajan are mocking people, mocking people who were many of their friends and family members and loved ones were murdered in cold blood in broad daylight in Macau without any remorse or regret or retribution. They were thrown out of their own homes, their property and wealth was taken from them unlawfully wrongfully, even based on tribal law at that time. Of course, we understand islamically or in a civilized society. It was taken from

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there wrongfully somebody could make the argument but that was the law of the land at that time. No, it wasn't helpful food was enacted, and it was in place and it was enforced. For every other situation except for the Muslims. The wealth and the money in the property and even the family of Muslims was taken from them without any remorse or regret or without

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The slightest bit of objection from anyone. So these people fled their homes many times after years of torture and persecution, all right, they have lost loved ones along the way. They had some way somehow barely alive, empty handed, with the clothes on their back, arrived in Medina, some way somehow, many of them before they came to Medina had actually lived for almost eight, nine years as refugees in East Africa, from where they came down to Medina. So they hadn't seen their homes for a decade. And now they live there in Medina. So when they hear when they are informed when they find out that the people that persecuted us, the people that committed all these crimes against us are

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passing through here with money which very likely we have a right to I mean, that guy specifically, they could name the people who may have been Caliph, Ababa be more eight,

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right? Or shea butter. They could mean these people that have that guys coming through here, that guy took all my money that I killed my brother and my wife and my child. Right? So it's a it's a, it's very easy to ignore all of these details and look at the end product and say, oh, there are a bunch of bandits.

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But no, they have every right to retribution. And that's what they're seeking, number one. Number two. Another fact that is ignored here is that the Quraysh had not given up the cause of eradicating, you know, Islam and Muslims and eventually finishing off the prophets, a lot of them, they have not given up this cause. There were still rhetoric, there was still a movement that was very much alive in Makkah, that was focused towards the singular goal of raising an army. All right, Morocco was kind of the big metropolitan city, it necessarily had didn't have an army in place. So we need to raise up an army we need to supply this army. And once we have a huge army in place and

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they are fully armed to the teeth and supplied then all we got to do is March on Medina and finish this once and for all, because they just could not let it go. That Mohammed left Makkah alive, safe and sound sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So all of these, these details need to be observed. So when the prophets a lot, the Semin Mahajan and the Muslims pursue the race in a caravan belonging to forage, number one, they are reclaiming what's rightfully theirs. Number two, they also understand that a winnable soufiane is going to Sham with funds as those latches in people's personal investments. That is a war fund that he is taking to invest and, you know, double or triple. And

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when he comes back from there with goods, then again, these they have a right to them. And number two, again, he's bringing back goods to basically supply the war fund and supply the army. So all these details are extremely relevant. Oh, and the third detail that I forgot I knew there was a third thing I'd mentioned. The third thing was that the Muslims had not instigated this situation. But actually the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam found multiple instances during the first year of his residence in Medina. On multiple occasions, he found spies from the parade that were keeping an eye on Medina and the Muslims. And there were even some instances where they had come to Medina

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knights and snuck back out.

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So they without a doubt, we're still instigating the situation. And this was a way to show us makers show of strength, that we will protect our homes and we will protect our families and our people, and you will not violate us. Right, and that's exactly the context of the ayat of Surah Al Hajj surah number 27 number 22, which we talked about in that earlier discussion, which you can reference back to. So keeping all of this in mind, one incident by as I said was when Abu sufian along with all the goods was on his way to Sham the profits. A lot of some of the Muslims tried to intercept them at the place of Zulu shader, but they were able to escape they got away before the Muslims

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could get there. So this is a follow up to that instance. The second instance to keep in mind is we'll have Rami Rami was the other incident that we talked about where

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, to when things started kind of heating up in the region in the area between Mecca and Medina and thought if and in that area of ages, things started to heat up.

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And it was almost somewhat of like what they would call a cold war or a standoff that was starting to happen between the Muslims in Medina and operation Mecca.

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The prophets a lot he sent him had sent some of the Sahaba some of the Muslims to a place that was between Mecca and ba if to camp out there to keep an eye on who's coming and going and sort of what's going on. And that's all he placed them there for he told them go and just keep a watch and make sure everything's okay. A group of some of the Croatian Americans, and actually some of the some of the individuals who were the most violence against the Muslims back in the day of Mecca, were passing through there. Now, the prophets, a lot of times instructions were very clear, just keep a watch, do not engage. Unfortunately, one of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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chose to kind of take matters into his own hands, and he attacked them and assaulted them. And they fought one another. And in that situation, one of the individuals of operational hatami basically, he died, he was killed. And this was during the sacred months, right, like the am the month of Hajj, and following that, so it was during the sacred months. And of course, again, the rhetoric and the propaganda against Muslims was, yes, aluna, conditional harami Italian fee, right, that these people, they kill people in the sacred months. Do you see what Muhammad and his people do? salatu salam, they don't respect anything. They don't care about anything. Look, don't murder people during

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the sacred months. And what's very interesting is that their beef was not so much with the fact that they killed this man because they knew that if anybody if the if the, if the Muslims of Makkah, who had fled Mecca, if they did deserve retribution against anyone that it was this man, because he had his hand in the killing of dozens of Muslims, and persecuting them doesn't was there, the moreso the point they made was, it was during the sacred months.

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And so nevertheless, of course, Allah subhanaw taala at the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was apologetic, and he reprimanded the Sahaba who took this action, and they paid blood money to the family of the individual, that this was wrong what happened and Allah subhana wa tada even responded with a towel on V COVID. That was very wrong. They should not have done that. Well, some deniability like you aku from V will mess around with Roger men who are a fraud to alleman who Akbar, Allah will fitna to agbami Nakata. Of course Allah responded as only Allah subhanho wa Taala can by saying that no, they shouldn't have committed this crime, they shouldn't have killed somebody. However, what you

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people have done is worse. You have violated the rights of an entire people you have persecuted an entire generation you have eradicated the entire families. So what you've done is far far worse.

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So you need to you need to take a look in the mirror you need to take a long hard look in the mirror before you go around accusing somebody else trying to call them murderers and and and people that are causing you know havoc and wreaking havoc on society. So this that incident and then to the fact that the prophets a lot of the some of the Muslims have tried to intercept abou Sofia's caravan before keep both of those things in mind now. Now what occurs at this time it is the month of Ramadan, in the second year of the Hajj Allah, the Prophet syllogisms residents in Medina and Abu sufian along with 3040 seminarians even say there were 50 individuals are coming back from Sham back

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to Makkah, and they have to pass through the area in the region again.

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And they have with them some narrations mentioned up to 1000 camels. They have 1000 camels completely loaded with goods and gear and, and money.

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And this is what I was talking about. This was partially this was the war fund. So now they're headed back. And of course I will soufiane he generally was worried because you know, it wasn't just about the Muslims. It was generally obviously there's 3040, maybe 50 people traveling with 1000 camels loaded with goods. I mean, you're you're basically a moving target for anybody that wants to raise you. So he had a few people traveling ahead, kind of keeping it keeping an eye on things that keep me informed about what is there anybody that's coming after us, anybody that's talking about us anything that's going on?

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So at that time,

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he basically got the news that yes, and no Mohammedan sallallahu alayhi wa sallam but it stand for us. Hi Babu. laka when the Hadith that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has found out that you're on your way, and in fact, the prophets a lot he sent him did and I'm going to come back to this in probably in the next session, but nevertheless the prophets a lot even found out that they were coming and the profits, a lot of them started recruiting some of the Muslims that who is ready to go to intercept this caravan and at that time, some Muslims decided to go somewhere.

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necessarily weren't very, it's not that they weren't eager to go because they didn't want to go or they weren't obedient. They based on the three, four previous instances, there had been no war, there had been no exchange, there had been no type of confrontation. So they figured that just like as the Muslims had done three times or four times previously, it was simply to go and make it known, we will defend our home, you will not march into our homes and bully us anymore. So they would just basically go outside of Medina and stand as the caravan or the tribes would pass by just standing there saying very clearly making a display that look we're here, you approach us and you'll have to

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deal with us. You can walk on by, but do not think that you can just walk into our homes and bully us any longer. We're not going to tolerate that this is our home now. And so many of the Muslims assumed that this was going to be a similar type of situation. And so some of the Muslim started to get ready to go and um, like I said, in the in the next session, I'll talk more about sort of what transpires on the Muslim side, what is the scene in Medina. Now basically, just the fact that the prophets, a lot of them are starting to make preparations. The word has kind of gotten out through Medina, Abu sufian is coming with his caravan. And the prophets, a lot of them is basically

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encouraging people to go.

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Abu sufian spies or scouts that he has sent ahead, bring him back the news that

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Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam knows that you're coming, and he's getting ready for you. Abu sufian freetail so whatever sufian does is he hires a person by the name of dumdum bin amre bin amorality, Fadi. So he hires this man, and he sends him to Makkah to go and to warn the people of Makkah, that Mohammed is coming, he's going to take at all everything, he's gonna attack us. And if you want to protect your people, and if you want to protect your goods and your money, you're going to have to come join us as soon as possible. Yes, we were building a war fund, and we were preparing an army. But we'll make preparations later right now, whatever we got whoever we got, get ready to

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go. And I also want to bring the attention to the simple fact that I'm going to talk about this in a little bit of detail. But literally when the message reached mcca, within a day, they had 1000 people marching out of Mecca.

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That does not happen overnight. There is also very, very, it's so obvious that the these preparations were ongoing. An army was being assembled 1000 people were ready to march with a day's notice. There were 600.

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camels that were ready to go.

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There were I believe

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600 of the 1000 men were completely armored.

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There were to the extent if I remember correctly, I'll come across this in a little bit, but I believe that there were about 300 horses. So the cavalry was 300. Large. I mean, that is that is a huge, very, very well prepared army.

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That does not happen overnight, with the days notice. So all of this is very indicative and representative of the fact that these preparations were long underway from before, this was already going on from before. So now that this is the case, and this is a situation. So Abu sufian basically sends this man to Makkah that you need to go and you need to inform them that we need them immediately. They need to come and defend us and help us as soon as possible.

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Meanwhile, in Makkah, so now this man starts writing from overnights towards the direction of Mecca, and writing non stop a single person just writing like there's no tomorrow can get there in about three days time, three to four days time. In the meantime, in Makkah there's an incident that occurs, the odds of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, the aunt of the prophets a lot a sermon whose name is Aya ticka

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ticka Binta Abdulmutallab she is the aunt of the province of Assam. She is his father's older sister.

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She sees a dream. And in her dream, what she sees is that

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she sees a dream that frightens her. And so after waking up and seeing this dream in seminary agency that she saw this dream, three nights in a row bheatha lathi leannon rice three nights in a row she saw the same exact dream. So finally after seeing the dream for three nights

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in a row, she's frightened. She goes to her brother, a batsman Abdulmutallab the uncle of the profits a lot. He said um, she goes to him and she tells him that brother I've seen a dream and it's, it scares me. It frightens me what I've seen. He tells her he says what what happened? She first and foremost swears him to secrecy. Don't tell anybody says okay, I won't tell anybody. Tell me what you saw. So she says that I saw that a man came riding into Mecca, and he was riding on the back of a camel. And he came in he stood at the place called epta which was a place outside of the huddle. He came there and he stood on the back of his camel and he screamed out and he said

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Allah inferior, Allah. inferior Oh yeah, Allah Buddha. Allah inferior Allah Buddha, which basically means let's go let's go. Get ready. We have to march. basically get ready to go fight. Yeah. I love Huda. Yeah, Allahu there was an expression in the Arabic language and classical Arabic they would use. When you want it to shame somebody, you will use this word. Yeah. I love Huda, meaning what are you doing sitting around at home? It's time to fight. It's time to go. Live Masada are comfy vallotton death will arrive at your doorstep in three days. Death will come to your doorstep in three days. Then.

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She says for NASA. It's Mr. La he and I see the people gathered around him. So then the man enters into the machine, the harem. And he goes there and he stands right by the Kaaba again on the back of his camel. And again, he makes the same announcement. Let's go people Let's go. What are you doing sitting at home death will arrive at your doorstep in three days. And then it says that he then goes to the place of a boo base, which is again outside of the harem, and it goes in again. He stands on the back of his camel and he makes that same announcement. Then Jabu bass, which was a mountain which was kind of a small mountain. Outside of the harem, he climbs up on top of the mountain, he

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picks up a big old rock like a boulder, and he throws it down from the mountain into the middle of the city of Mecca.

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She sees this in her dream. When that big boulder crashes and hits the ground in the city of Mecca. it shatters into hundreds of pieces. And a piece of that boulder goes into each and every single home of Makkah.

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It goes into every single home of Makkah, she sees his dream. And she wakes up and she's terrified that this is obviously something very, very bad. And basically the way that she understood and interpreted the dream was, of course, he's warning that death will come in three days. Then when he throws that boulders that mean that is representative of a huge calamity. And when that huge calamity will come, it will go into each and every single home in Makkah, every single family in Makkah will be afflicted and affected by this calamity by this tragedy that will befall the people of America. So she sees his dream three nights in a row frightened. Completely tells her brother

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abass or the Allahu taala No, of course you will become Muslim later on. He's not Muslim at this time. And she swears him to secrecy. Now a buzzer at the end he advises her similarly, he says don't tell anybody. When a bus or the Allahu taala has shaken up by this right? He's thinking about this he shaken up by he's overwhelmed. You can see from his face like he seen a ghost. He leaves his he leaves there from his sister's home. And he meets what he'd been about, who was one of the leaders of the race, but was also a very close personal childhood friend of Ibis bin Abdul muttalib. He meets him and he knows something's off and he says, What's wrong? I know something wrong. He said,

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don't worry about it. He really pressed him like, come on. I'm your friend. You can tell me what's going on. You. Look, you look, you look completely terrified. Right? Like you've seen something horrific. What's happened? So he says, Okay, listen, you can't tell anybody. But this is basically what's happened. My sister seemed his dream. And I'm really worried what this means.

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He ends up telling another friend of his and before you know it, the word starts to spread. Alright, so or rather, excuse me, when he tells his father, of course, he tells his father, right, because now he's frightened by this and his dad's like, Is everything okay? What's going on with you? He tells his father now his father Atiba was one of the key anti muslim, anti Muhammad sallallahu alayhi Salaam people in in Mecca. So he runs to his best pal abou john. And he tells him before you know, everyone's abou john knows everybody knows. Right? So now everybody knows exactly about this situation. abass radi Allahu taala answers for hado to the debates. I go the next day to the Kaaba

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because I

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Want to go do tawaf of the Kaaba? When I walk in Abuja? He's sitting there amongst some of the leaders of the operation. They're talking actually about my sister's dream, but they get quiet when Abu Jahan sees me gets quiet and goes, Yeah, but father, that was a Cooney of Abbas or the alojado. Abu father. He says, Yeah, I will father either for Oxfam into Africa fokina. When you're done with your so often, please come see us. I'd like to talk to you about something. He says, okay, that's innocent enough. So he says, I finished my co op, and I go and I sit down by Abu Jehan, and all of his cronies around him. And he says Abu Giles is, yeah, Bonnie Abdulmutallab, old children have

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absolutely. Now keep in mind who is often Metallica Abdulmutallab if again, you remember from this era, and I've talked about this in the some of the earlier podcasts that we add, Abdulmutallab, because of many, many incidents, particularly the attack of ultra high in the army of the elephants had basically been recognized as a unified leader of Arabia. And he was one of the legend most legendary people in the history of McCain operation. And he was somebody that they were very proud of. And in fact, that's what gave people like Ibis and Abu Talib, rhodiola rhodiola, basadi Allahu anhu, Hamza de la new, and even people like Ableton Live. This is what gave them quite a bit of

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license and gave them a lot of respect that they were the children of, they were some of these people were remarkable on their own, but they were the sons they were the children of Abdulmutallab, and even the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam to an extent, at least in the early part of the profits, allottee zones, boot, profits, a lot of sales mission. The reason why they would not lay hands on the profits, a lot of the same is but he's the grandson of Ogden looked on it. How can we defile? How can we violate our own history, one of our greatest heroes and his legacies in that way. So he says, Yeah, Bonnie Abdulmutallab, all children have Abdulmutallab. Mother Mother had a third

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FICO has he nebbia when was this female prophet? When did this female prophet come up amongst you? Abbas's Allah poo Wha What are you talking about? Now, what are you talking about? I just wondered that. What are you talking about this time? Right, because it's Abu Jamal Baca, kala ticker la tierra de la chica. I'm talking about the dream your sister saw call upon to Amara at what did she see? See about something Ilana is smarter than a blue gel. So he won't just kind of be like, Oh, let me explain that. He's like, well, what did she see? What exactly does this guy know? So he's trying to feel him out first. So he says what am I What did she see? He says, Yeah, but

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of course, he doesn't know a lot of the details nor is he concerned with the details. He just wants to mock. You know, the family of the prophets a lot. He sounds he says yeah, but any of them would call him Mr. Lee doom and eternal.

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Tatianna bernisa wasn't enough that your men were becoming prophets now to ensure women are also becoming prophets, right female profits, but the zamata artica furuya. And who Paul, and then he goes on to say that she says, you know, this will happen and that'll happen and that'll happen and this will happen.

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And then you know, it mentioned death will arrive in three days. So abou Janet says, For Sale kulu.

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So he says for in Jaco Hakan matakohe

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he says fatahna Fatah narrow for certain Arab bustle become hard to get a lot out wait for three days or wait for three days? What will happen much Hakuna ninfa she says actually happens for say a woman it comes through it comes through we're in dumped the offender is no he says so I'll wait for you for three days. And if she said what'll happen? It'll happen maybe for example, and if it happens, and it happens, what are you gonna do? But he says we're in dumbly, a thought of Well, I mean delegation. But if I wait for three days, and what she says does not come to fruition. Then he says not to be on a clunky job and I will write an ordinance. I will issue an ordinance a decree for

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the people of Makkah for Pradesh. It will say an Akuma double and the baiting filler Arab. They y'all are the biggest liars in Arabia. All right. Can we agree to that? Okay. So if what your sister says will happen in three days, we'll wait. And if it happens, it happens. If it doesn't happen, I will write an ordinance. I will issue an ordinance that you that the children have to look to live are the biggest liars in Arabia. And I will hang this from the Kaaba and y'all will be humiliated from here on fourth. All right, you have no credibility left in the community. Ambassador the Allahu taala and who says for lucky Makana mini la kabiru Shane Illa amnesia had to Delica why

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Come to under coonara che and he says that I was so beside myself, but I refused to engage him. I was one of those people that you just don't engage with, because he had no limits. He had no boundaries. So he said that I wanted to teach him a lesson.

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But I refuse to and I just wish this whole situation could have been avoided. Like, I wish I never would have seen anything to begin with. He says I left we went are both we both went our own ways. I went home upset.

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He said by evening time, every single particularly woman, from Abdullah bin Abdul muttalib like for my family, all my sisters and my aunts and everybody came to visit me at my home and to give me a piece of their mind

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to reprimand me

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a karate family handle fashion hobbies and yeah, coffee jellico that you people. He said my sisters came to me that you people talking about the men saying that you people first of all, you allowed this foul mouth animal to say whatever you wanted to say about our men talking about the profits, a lot of essener talking about Abu Talib, and others first and Hamza Delano and, and so on, so forth. First you let him say whatever you wanted to say about our men. But now therma Katana will and Lisa will enter Tesla. Now we talked about your women. He talks about your sisters, your mothers, your wives, your daughters, and you just sat there and listened to him. Say whatever you want me to say

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thermalling mucuna indika Nisha in Mimosa Marat.

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You didn't have enough decency reign of dignity and honor to not let him run his mouth to shut him up.

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He says that we're lucky for fall two. He says that I wanted to. But I refused. And I resisted. But then he swore he says what a malarkey that I swear to God, I will deal with him. Don't worry.

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And if he does it again, I will defend your honor. I'll teach him a lesson.

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A busser the Allahu taala. And who will quickly let me kind of paint out the situation for you paint a picture for you. I Buster the Allahu taala. And who was a humongous man? All right, he was very, very tall. There are some books of the of history in Seattle, that actually mentioned that if there was if a bus or the Allahu taala and who sat on the back of kind of like a normal or even smaller sized horse, his feet used to touch the ground

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where you could see him walking towards you from like, a mile away.

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Right? He was like, like a like a pillar. He would just stick out. His voice was first of all, he was a pi, right. And then on top of that he had such a booming voice. He was like a microphone use a megaphone. So actually the prophets a lot. He said he would have him make announcements, he would make announcements in the battlefield. He would make announcements I get the time when the process of performing hydrogen without a boss or the Allahu taala was one making announcements. Like people could hear him for hundreds of yards away. Just a humongous man. So he's, you know, when you kind of think about what it takes for a person to sit on the back of like even a smaller horse and his feet

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up on the ground. When you visualize that. I think it's safe to assume a bus or the Allahu taala, who was like seven feet tall. Like he was freakishly tall. He's humongous. That's Ambassador de la mano. Alright, keep that in mind.

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Abu Jamal. The interesting thing about Abu Jahan is that he was actually not very tall. He was kind of short. And he was very frail. He was very thin. He was not a big man at all. which actually makes you wonder why was he so intimidating? And a buzzer? The Allahu anhu describes him in this particular narration. What kinda Rajan coffee fan? He says he was a light little man.

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A small little man, Okanagan hockey fan had either watch, but his face was like a blade.

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Like he just had this look on his face like he would cut you. All right. He didn't. He didn't listen, his tongue was sharper than a blade. That's why people didn't mess with him. Because he had no shame. He would say the most vile things. He did another and he just had this look, he would always look at you like he just wanted to murder you.

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He was just full of hate. He was an angry little man. All right. So that was who LBJ was. Now Now, keep in mind

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Ibis radi Allahu Jelena Winnie saying I wanted to teach him a lesson basically saying, I wanted to pick him up, fold him and put him in my pocket. Right. That's what I wanted to do with him. I just wanted to snap him into. That's what I wanted to do. So he said, Now I'm going to deal with him.

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Right after I got it, I got reprimanded by my own sister's like, I was going to teach this man a lesson if he said anything ever again to me. So he says, I waited for three days, right? Because, well, john had said, for certain our boss will be gone falada or wait three days? Right. So he says forget out to philleo mithali theme in Attica. Three days after the dream of my sister, I went back to the home to the Kaaba. Well, Anna Hadid and moved up when I was mad, I was angry. I was gonna rip his head off if he said anything. I was gonna teach him a lesson. So I was angry. And he says that

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I I was hoping that he would not start anything with me, because I didn't have to want to cause a scene Ibis. Ilana was a very dignified man. The man of great dignity a great, great honor. Right? So he's like, I didn't want to so I went into the machine. And I was already looking, I was scanning. Before I even into the machine. I was already scanning the situation. And I saw him sitting there. So I started walking towards him. And he said, and at some when I saw him, and I started walking towards him.

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I started to kind of think Leah owed anybody my hobby, I kind of now wanted him to say something. So I could teach him a lesson.

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And he said that I was walking in his direction. He hadn't seen me yet.

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When he got up, and he like, ran out the machine.

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He got up and he ran out the huddle.

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And I started thinking to myself, enough, see malabu? What's, what's his deal? Right that? Why did he get up and just run away like that? He didn't even look at me. And he hadn't seen me. Or maybe somebody told him something. I don't know.

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I got really confused. But then I noticed that there was some commotion going on. I was so focused in on Abu jahl. I didn't notice the commotion, that there was there was a man who was standing

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and on top of his camel from outside the masjid and we could hear him. And he was yelling and screaming. And people were running out there to go see what was going on. And even the way that he was yelling and screaming was very indicative. This was a norm. This was known this type of a display was known that basically this is how you make an announcement about like a major tragedy that's coming like if an army is on its way to Makkah, this is how you make the announcement you stand up on top of the camel, you yelling, you scream. And when I went out there, I saw that, in fact, that's exactly what was going on, because and this is going to be a little gruesome. And I

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apologize if it bothers somebody because it's unfortunate to do that to anything creation of a law. But what they would do in this situation is to make a display to make a show, they would stand up on their camel, they would yell and scream. They would rip like the shirt off. The man would rip his own shirt off, he would pull his hair out. He would rip his shirt off. And then he would basically mutilate the animal that he was standing on.

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He would basically kill the animal that he was standing on. Right and then even how it describes what they would do is really gruesome. Basically, he would like chop the the nose of the animal off.

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very unfortunate, but nevertheless he said that he's doing all of this. The man is like stabbing his camel and ripping his shirt off and yelling and screaming. And he's saying Yeah, marshadow Qureshi, Allah Thema a Latina Latina Latina is almost a way of saying like parentless, fatherless, like orphans. So he's saying that orphans, like your children are about to become orphans, your children are about to become orphans. And why lucuma be soufiane all your money's with Abu sufian Allah Mohammed and vs IV. The Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam along with his companions is about to go and attack a law unto the Guha. I don't think you're going to be able to get there in time to

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help your people and holds an oath. I love both says go and help your people go and help your people.

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And then a bus or the lucky children who says I forgot about Abuja, Abu Jamal forgot about me. Everybody immediately went and started making whatever preparations they could remember I told you another incident that led up to this whole situation the battle above it was not only the fact of course, they had tried to catch up to soufiane and his caravan before but it was also the fact that it will happen.

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He had been killed. Now when they started talking, some people started saying, wait, Mohammed's not going to pick a fight. He's not going to really kill anybody that says not only is as what he does, but then somebody brought up a boy, what happened to me? That's probably what he thought. But the Muslims killed and then they write that same situation I told you about, they killed and in doing, so you don't think they'll do it again. And that basically fed into some of their paranoia that fed into the propaganda. And people started making preparations.

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You know, all around MCC. And they sort of heading getting ready to head out now talking about just some of their preparations and heading out towards about above that even is hop in the car he actually mentioned for cannubi knology Lane. Everybody was doing one of two things. In my hydrogen were in my Barry's in McKenna who Rajan either everybody, all the men were getting ready to go, or they were finding somebody to send on their behalf, for instance. And he says that all the major leaders of Quraysh went, but for example, Abu lahab did not go instead of what Abu lahab did was he sent in his place an RC bin he Shambala. mahira

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he basically paid him 4000 did hums $4,000 basically to go in this place. Why? Because Alas, he dismantled the RC bin he Shangri La Marina, he owed a Buddha $4,000. So I would not have showed up at his house. What's going on? You have my money? He said, No. Okay, fantastic. I have a proposition. You go on my behalf, you don't even go on your behalf, you go on my behalf, you're gonna wear me my name tag, you're gonna go on my behalf to this fight against Muhammad. And we'll consider ourselves equal. Right? We're good, your your your debt is settled. So in this way, either people were going or they were trying to find somebody to go on their behalf. Now speaking of all

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the leaders of liquid age going, there's a very interesting little story and I'll basically conclude with this.

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may have been Hala, who may have been hulufish, one of the leaders of the pradesh somebody who is a very vile opponent of the prophets a lot he said them and even of the Muslims he was known to have persecuted many Muslims, including bill Allah, the Allahu Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, the Allahu taala, who had suffered a great deal at his hands. So may have been have did not want to go. There's a couple of different narrations about why he did not want to go. One of the narrations why he didn't not want to go is that one of the narrations mentioned that, in general, he was a little bit older. He was very wealthy. And in fact, it mentions that just seems appealing, that he was very,

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very overweight. And so just naturally being lazy, right? He was like, why am I gonna go I'm rich, I'm fat. Why am I gonna go to battle right? Makes no sense for me. So he's like, I'm not gonna go. So ultimately, the more he came to him, and

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make him and hello for sitting in near the haraam in the masjid. He was kind of sitting there with some of his people around him. And he comes in he had one of those, like, like, we kind of know it as like a perfumer and the root burner, right where you take like the wood chips, and you burn them and feel like you kind of perfume, an area. He had one of those with him. So sometimes he would kind of walk around with it. It was like a lantern, they would carry it around. So he had that with him and he comes and he puts it down in front of me and now I'm directly relating his words, and he tells him to jamaa estrangement, excuse me, he says his judgment Yeah, about Ali is judgment. He

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says here, take some perfume for innama antamina. Nisha, he says you might as well and I've specifically put perfume in here that women like because you're basically a woman. And he's like, you know, he says to him about hakala Aqaba homage to be he says How dare you say something to me like this? Right? How can you talk to me like that? And he says that you're not going for battle. You're staying home with all the women folk. So I thought maybe you'd like some some women's perfume so that you're comfortable amongst all the women folk. So he insults and

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then on top of this, there's another incidence. The other incident is that dismantled may have been have. He had a very very good friend, who was from the city that will eventually become Medina was called yesterday before it was called Medina yesterday. There was a man in the effort by the name of Serbian wife, radi Allahu taala, who you become a great Sahabi of the prophets allottee some somebody about whom the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that the day that he passed away the prophets a lot of them so many angels came down for the Genesis had been more than no place on the earth is open.

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The entire Earth this pack fridge and as the prophets a lot of them said is that it does that

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Mandy multisided midwife, when sadly died on this earth, the throne of Allah shook such a beloved man to align His Messenger but before Islam before being a Muslim, or rather before being being a Muslim, he used to come to visit for business to Mecca, and may have been harder for us to go to yesterday slash Medina for business. And they became very good friends, both being leaders of their tribes, and when they would visit, they would stay at the other's home, they would host them in their home. And so they became very close over time.

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After the prophets allottee some received revelation and preachers message for 13 years and then migrated to Medina in southern where I became a Muslim. Right. Southern Morocco was visiting Morocco one time, and when he was visiting Mecca, of course, may even have said you gotta stay with me. Now Southern Mohammed was hesitant because he knew that this man hates the profits a lot. And I now love the profits a lot more can I go in and say with him? So he was a little bit hesitant but he said, You know what? He's being decent shown hospitality, I'll be decent, and I won't refuse his hospitality. Sure, why not? So he goes in, he stays in his home. The next day he answers have been

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wild makes a request. He goes while you're going to play a good host. I have a specific request. I want you to take me to the Kaaba, at the time of the day when it is the lowest amount of traffic because I want to pray at the Kaaba. Because the prophets a lot of the time I always hear him talking about praying at the Kaaba, and I want to do that. So he says Sure, I'll take you so he takes him at noon time when most people would kind of leave because of the heat and go take a nap at home or something like that. He takes him there and lo and behold, they run into a boudjellal.

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Now when they run into him, abou john immediately says yeah, about someone to Maven. Hello, boss of one man hazama. uk. Who's this with you? So he says how this how this is odd my buddy from Africa. So Abu Jan says Allah arakata to be Makita Amina. He says I will not watch you come here and do tawaf and pray at our Kaaba peacefully. You're one of them Muslims, but that are waiting so bad. You gave refuge to those

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young faithless disloyal people who left here our city was an unknown dancer una madre noona whom you want to help them in their cause. Um, I would love you know, not be obese have fun. Maharaja de la liga, Solomon. He says I swear to God, if my buddy who may have been

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one of our leaders, my colleague was not with you. You wouldn't have been able to go back home to your family like I would have finished you right now. Oh, boo Johnson says Sabine was I mean the people of Medina generally speaking were a lot more trained in war than the people of Mecca.

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Right? And Southern was particularly was known as a furious warrior. So I've been while

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he says to him, we're lucky in monotony. Hasta la la cama.

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de cada Allen Medina he says, Listen, I'm not gonna threaten you like a child, the way you threaten me. I just tell you this, if you don't get out of my way, and I don't get to go pray at the Kaaba, you can forget about passing through anywhere in the vicinity of Medina. I will lock down all your trade routes. So you just try me. You try me and so may have been Khalid comes in and he's got to make sure he doesn't cross any line. So he tells sod, Natasha Salta, Casa de la Ville hakam Don't raise your voice on Abuja they would call him up and find out who said you do an ad. He says that you know he's the leader of our people don't raise your voice on him. Sad not been Madera de la

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Catalano says Donna Anca omiya he says go I don't need your hospitality. I don't need you. You go you go with your buddy. And he says for one lucky luck it's a matter of supplies a lot of swimming pool in the home party Luke. Because I swear to God I heard the Messenger of Allah allottee Some say that they that the prophets a lot he said them and the Muslims will kill you specifically like I've heard your name.

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So you chew on that. Do you think about that immediately you may have been hella freaked out and it goes be maca. Your meaning you'll kill me and maca. He says I don't know where you kill you. But I know that he said that he will be the end of you.

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And so many have been hot have got scared and he swore that day. I will never leave my car ever again. I will never leave my car even when he goes home and he tells his wife You won't believe what happened. Sad you know my buddy sad from yesterday. He told me that Mohammed says that he's gonna kill me. She said in Makkah. He said I don't know if and macaroni and cheese okay then just will never leave my car. Don't ever go out of my car. Because we don't see Mohammed coming back to Macau anytime soon.

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So, you may have been Hollis had no plans to go from

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Abuja on the day after he got insulted at the Kaaba, the harem by that other man. He goes home

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and Abuja is waiting for him at home and he says, omiya you have to go. You're a leader of the people. If you don't go, nobody will go.

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So he says, Okay, I guess I gotta go and he starts making preparations. And he tells him, don't worry, we'll make sure you're okay. And we'll make your bin Khalid says, I'm gonna keep my horse always ready so I can run away when I need to. And I'm gonna keep my distance from you guys a little bit. He goes, that's fine, but you have to come. You have to leave home. So people see that you left home. When he gets ready to go, even his mom, no humble in his Muslim mentioned this narration that as he's leaving his wife, Aleta, who mo two who were lucky in the Mohammedan like them, she tells her husband you can go if you want to stubborn man, you can go. But I swear to God, Mohammed does

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not lie.

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I swear to God, Mohammed does not lie. You're not coming back home. You can go if you want, but you're not going to come back home. There's some more details about this, but it's time for salons in Asia. So let's go ahead and stop here in sha Allah. And we'll continue talking about the Battle of butter and some of the events leading up to the Battle of weather next week. So hon Allah He will be happy to hear some hammock alarm from Nick

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