Abdul Nasir Jangda – Seerah 100 – The defeat of Quraysh

Abdul Nasir Jangda
AI: Summary © The loss of Islam in the Middle East during the Battle of Bilder, the use of the Prophet sallama forbade blood and money, and the importance of educating oneself and avoiding confusion with names are discussed. legends and legends about spiritual experiences of the prophets, including the god's hand on a woman and the god's hand on a woman, are emphasized. The importance of protecting Muslims from evil influence is emphasized, but the speakers stress that the region is not a conversation about a specific region or city.
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Bismillah human hamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Allah Allah He will serve me at mehreen

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shala continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a si Latina but we had the prophetic biography. In the last few sessions, we've actually been talking about the Battle of budget. This was one of the major events of the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Of course, this was during the Medina era and it was in the second year of the prophets, a lot of isms residents in the city of Medina, it was about midway through the month of Ramadan, about 17 days on the 17th excuse me of Ramadan.

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And what we've what we've been talking about where we left off last couple of weeks ago, was talking about how the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had basically kind of rallied the troops, if you will, the prophets a lot of the sin was engaging into not just from the night before, but during the morning of and even into the early part of the battle. The profits a lobby, some had rallied the troops and straightened up, you know, the lines and basically had given everyone instructions. And at that particular time where we left off, the angels in the melodica came down into the battlefield, one of the Sahaba, the Allahu taala. He specifically talks about it. He says that on

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that day, I was fetching some water from one of the wells that we had on our side, one of the wells of bed, and I felt two gushes of wind. I felt two gushes of wind going by, and that was the two waves of the angels coming down from the sky. And we talked about how the angels came down and there was a contingent of angels being led by jabril alayhis salam, another one being led by Mika Isla alayhis salam, and the Prophet of Allah salatu salam tells Abu Bakar the Allahu taala on who that you know, don't worry about that kind of shitty abubaker Congratulations, don't worry. He says how big of a deal more attaches wouldn't be imama tiene sophora hidden be unani furoshiki Bina sama you

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will have that I can see jabril right now between the heavens and the earth writing his way down from the sky. He was the prophets. A lot of them describes that he was wearing a turban that was yellow in color, and he was holding the rings of his horse riding down from the sky. And gibreel alehissalaam was saying to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam I Tanaka antagonists were lucky doubter who the help of a las panatela has come when you call out to Allah, they you may do it to Allah asking Allah for his help, and the help of Allah subhanaw taala has come down. And we talked a little bit about how there were some stories like abderrahman, beta alpha, the Allahu Allah, Allah

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who talks about how he was walking through the battlefield, and he comes across one of the one of the opposition, one of the enemies, one of the Quraysh, who's just sitting there in the battlefield tied up, just randomly just sitting there tied up. And so I didn't know who tied him up. I looked around, I picked him up, and I brought him to the prophets a lot easier them and the profits. A lot of them said that, did you capture him? And he says, oh, no messenger of Allah. He says, and who did he says, I don't know. And machinic himself specifically, he says that the one who had captured me was this tall, very, very tall individual wearing white clothes. And he was so intimidating that

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when he came up to me, I just sat down. And then he tied me up. And I was to just I didn't know what to tell him. So I stayed quiet. The profits a lot of him asked me who tied you up, and he says, I didn't know what to say I remained quiet. And then the profits a lot of them said that I said I can malaccan that one of the angels must have tied you up and then you told us

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that basically this will count as one of your the people that you captured. And similarly it mentioned some of the Sahaba abou Mama, radi Allahu taala, who relates from his father sad that he or San mama he narrates from his father Sal, who was a Sahabi and a participant above that. He says yeah, boo Nia, he says, Oh my son telling him about the stories that bothered Nakamura H and I go my brother in when I had an Allah, Allah Rasul machinic, that if you could have seen us on the day of bother, as we were in the battlefield, we would just point out one of the enemies. And the second that we would point at him he would fall into a battlefield, that one of the angels would come down

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and strike him from above. He another narration some of the Sahaba talk about the fact abou aka the lazy, he says that I was following one of the Muslims in the battlefield, and I raised up my sword to strike him and before my sword was even near him, he felt

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that the angels were just striking

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them down as Allah subhanaw taala tells us in the Quran that he instructed the angels for the removal of the boom in Lebanon, that they were under the instruction of Allah subhanaw taala to strike down the disbelievers and the lost power. Tell us specifically we talked in detail about the angels coming down and he couldn't even talked about how the sky became just covered and clouded all of a sudden and these were waves of angels that were writing down from the sky.

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I've delivered Miss Rudra the Allahu taala and who specifically recalling an eye of the Quran says something very very interesting. He says that if you ushiku Manasa Amana 10 min who that when sleep over took you know is refers to when you start getting sleepy when you start kind of bobbing your head up and down. If you have shikumen rasa aminata Minho, that because Allah bestowed peace upon you, sleep started to overtake you in your head started falling. And I've done I've been misread that are the Allahu taala and talking about this particular incident. He says that as we were even standing there in the sufu in the lines of the Battle of bunded, we started to fall asleep in our

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head started falling, and even in the battlefield, we started dozing off standing around sitting on our animals. We started dozing off in the middle of the battlefield, and this was the Sakina and Tama Nina, this was the peace and tranquility that Allah descended upon us in the Battle of Baghdad, and the angels were all around us and basically taking care of everything. And that's why I've delivered Massoud radi Allahu taala and who

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he used to comment when mentioning this. He used to say unalaska filosofi meenal Eman when la Sufi Salatu magnifique. He used to say that when you start to fall asleep in the battlefield, that is a sign of the man in faith. But when you start to fall asleep in your prayer, that's a sign of hypocrisy in the fog. May Allah subhanaw taala protect us all. So he's the comment about this saying that this was our situation on the day of the Battle of budded

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going forward on industry have bothered so after the angels came down in the battlefield and the battle basically started to rage on the machine. akun of course started to suffer some very serious losses there in the battlefield. And the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam aside from, you know, engaging in the battle and going forward, he was engaging in a lot of drama continue to make dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala. One very specific incident that I mentioned is about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam reaching down, picking up some dust in his hands and then the profits a lot some threw it in the direction of the disbelievers. And when he threw it into the

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direction the disbelievers I live in a Vitaly Brody Allahu taala and who specifically relates that for amavi? Would you will call me for them? Yep, como silikon illa de la fi I named him indelicato rubbishing Sumeragi fragomen, Muslim, Luna, Luna homea, see Luna home that we're in the process of through that dust part, the particles of the dust found its way into the eyes of each and every single one of the enemy. And that basically dazed them. They became kind of frozen a days them and that's when the Muslims were basically able to overrun the army that was three times their size. And the last panel, Rotella sent down the ayah for lambda to Lu Malacca in the La Jolla home. It was not

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you who killed them, but rather it was a las panatela who killed them? Well, moto meter, is there a meter? Well, I came to LA, it was not you who through when you through, but rather was Allah subhanho wa Taala? Who threw the dust on your behalf? Right. And so from this, there's a very important fundamental principle that I've talked about before. And I'll reiterate here very briefly, that we have to understand one very simple reality. Do I have the profits a lot instead of the profits as I'm telling the Sahaba to hold down till the help of a lush kind of hotel I came down, and the angels in the melodica coming into the battlefield, the Muslims achieving this type of

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victory, even though they were outnumbered three to one, right? All of these things and even if it's of this nature, where Allah subhanaw taala is telling the prophets awesome, you didn't do anything. None of you did anything. It was a lot, who did it and you didn't throw even when you threw that dusty was not you it was a last panel which Allah who is making that dust reach its destination and its target reminds us of the very simple reality that victory is in the hands of Allah subhanaw taala there are means to everything. There is a means to everything and yes at times to in order to be able to defend the lives and the property and the honoring the dignity of Islam and Muslims

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specifically, right warfare or battle is something engaging in war is something that is a means to an end. But ultimately you have to understand that even then the ultimate means is the help of Allah subhanaw taala

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The means is only as effective as Allah subhanaw taala deems it and so we have to see the new site here of Allah subhanaw taala the help of Allah that came here and the reliance and independence that are that the messenger Salafi, so mad upon the help of Allah subhanaw taala specifically about this,

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some of the machinery, they relate, and some of the people that fought on that day, on the side of the machinery gone, and they became Muslim later on one of them was hacking been exam hadn't been his arm, radi Allahu taala and who was the cousin of Khadija, the Allahu taala knew usury sympathetic towards the Muslims, he was forced to come along in the Battle of blood.

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And so some of them they relate later on that one time somebody was asking has a Cuban hazm about what happened on the Battle of butter. Tell us, excuse me, tell us your perspective from the other side. What was the bottle of butter like and he forgot to shave yahuda like he didn't like talking about that because he very much regretted the fact that he was on the wrong side on the back of the butter for Allah Holly. He, somebody kept kind of kept forcing him. Please tell me tell me for Paula hacking into China factor Tila, we met in the battlefield and we thought What more do you want? He was an elderly man. So he didn't have a lot of patience. He said we went to the battlefield and we

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fought. But then he says for Sameera to Sultan wakamiya sama Elan Earth, I heard a sound coming from the sky towards the Earth. Mr. Walker, I thought if it passed, it was like the sound if you took pebbles, and you drop them in a metal dish, if there was a metal dish, and you started dropping pebbles into it, that clanging sound that the pebbles would make when they would hit the dish. He said that was the sound that we heard coming from the sky falling onto the ground. Well puppet on the BU sallallahu alayhi wa sallam alluded to raba furama behalf and has Amna and he says we heard this sound coming. And then I saw that the prophets a lot he said and picked up a handful of dust,

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and he threw it in our direction. And next thing you know we had lost the battle. Right? It was purely the help in the Nusrah and the help of Allah subhanaw taala that gave the victory to the Muslims on that day. Yes, the Sahaba showed exemplary bravery. But what we have to understand it was that it was the help of Allah subhanaw taala. And this is very important in light of, you know a lot of the discourse that we have right now. Right that where there's all this discourse, and there's all this discussion about, you know, Jihad and Teton and war and battle, we have to understand fundamentally one thing that just the simple act of engaging in battle and war and killing is

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something that is disliked in and of itself. It is what we call the new saloon fic

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it's it's a Bo Li that he has an old lady. It is something in and of itself that is despised the loss of life. The shedding of blood is not something noteworthy or not something admirable, it's not something praiseworthy, but it becomes necessary due to the circumstances. But ultimately, we understand that as long as the Muslims conduct themselves properly, and even in that situation aboard they never let go of their relationship with Allah and they conduct themselves with the highest of ethics and morality and spirituality and reliance independence upon Allah. Then Allah grants him the victory and that's the understanding that we realize right the another narration

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similarly, he says in his own nyama bedroom when nationalist smile Zoltan coworker in his office, the sauce fee of either Latina woman healthy now what kind of alchemy should it be Alina, he says that we lost on the Battle of budget. And we heard sounds like the sound of pebbles hitting a metal dish. And that sound was in our hearts. That sound was behind us. And it was it struck fear into our hearts. And we turned and started running from the battlefield when we heard that sound. So it was the help of Allah subhanaw taala that was coming to the aid of the Sahaba on that day.

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One of the very interesting things was about the band of brothers that specifically I mentioned we will talk about today is the fact that some of the key leaders of the operation on that day came to fight in the Battle of brother. And one other thing that I mentioned before I move on to this is that there were a lot of individuals such as the uncle of the prophet SAW some Ibis, Hakeem in his arm, and others such individuals who did not want to come they were very sympathetic towards the Muslims. One of the individuals who did end up getting killed in the Battle of other herbal butare, he was one of the people that was one of the main individuals he was key in ending the boycott

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against the Muslims back in the days of Mecca, and the prophets, a lot of a sudden remembered this, something very interesting that again needs to be highlighted because you know, when people try to take the seat of the profits, a lot of the sentiment take events like the Battle of blood and the money

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causing the events, the the, the barrels from the life of the prophets a lot of the time and they tried to hijack them, they tried to use them incorrectly to fulfill some of their own bloodlust that they have. There are groups and individuals that we see in the world today that are just thirsty for blood. They are ruthless, reckless individuals, right? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam specifically warned us about young people who will come and they will be bloodthirsty, right, they will be over they will be overflowing with their less than their desires. And they will do whatever means they will take whatever means they can acquire in order to fulfill that lust and that desire for blood

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that they have. Right? And we see that playing out in the world today. One of the very interesting things is that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam never forgot the individuals that had done right by the Muslims on that day, the profits a lot. So specifically, he talks about a book three, he said a ballbuster. He was one of the people who helped us during the days of the boycott, and he was key in removing the boycott from the Muslims in the marketplace. And so the prophet SAW Some said that if any one of you comes across a book study, do not harm him. Bring him to me. I bass, the uncle of the profitsystem, who helped the Muslims time and time again he helped negotiate the profits a lot

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asylums from Mecca to Medina, with the unsought. He said, If you come across him, Do not kill him, bring him to me. Right. And Hakeem examine so many other individuals who said that they have been forced the prophets a lot of them said fillet aku father, who, in the Maharaja Mr. Quran, that they were forced to come by the leaders of Pradesh. So the prophets, a lot of them was very keen and conscious of this. So one of these individuals that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam specifically pointed out, do not harm him. And that was a book that he

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magetta been the other Balawi. He was as a hobby of the prophet SAW somebody who was a halifa, of the unsought. He specifically says that I came across him in the battlefield. And he said to him in the Rasul Allah is Allah Subhana, Allah patnik the Prophet sallallahu Sallam forbade us from harming you. Come with me, please. I will book that he had one of his friends from Makkah, Janata Eben Malaya, who was one of the opposition, one of the enemy who was with him. So he says that, what about this friend of mine? So magetta he says to him, he says, Well, we have to deal with him, we have to take him we have to capture him or you know, if he doesn't come with us willingly, then we

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will have to basically handle him. We have to take care of him. It's a battlefield. So he says, No, I will not leave, I will not abandon this, my friend, I will not abandon him. And he says that I will walk through he pulled out his sword on me. And he started to attack me. And he said that I basically had to defend myself. And so I engaged with him. I fought him until the point where I will book that he died and he fell in the battlefield. He says that magenta came to the messengers a lot of the time and he said, we'll let the Botha been hot I swear by a low messenger of Allah, la caja hit to Allah. He said Sarah Huckabee, he, I tried to bring him to you for about Ebola in New

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Zealand, he but he refused and he insists on fighting me. Fuck, I'll tell you who, to who I fought him and he fell in the battlefield. And the profits, a lot of them did not represent it because at that point, he had to engage in self defense. Right But the profits a lot of them did not forget the fact that this man looked out for us in the days of Mecca. So we will look out for him today in the battlefield. Another key individual that came on the Battle of Baghdad on the day of Baghdad was may have been half now who may have been half is completely the opposite. Well may have been holler for somebody who is very hateful, very spiteful, towards the prophets, a lot of Islam and towards the

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Muslims. In general, he was one of the key tortures of Muslims back in the days of Makkah, specifically beloved or the Allahu taala, who had suffered at his hands for years. He had tortured, beloved of the Allahu taala, who for years, until Abu Bakar, the Allahu talana was finally able to secure the freedom of bloodletting Allahu taala, and who, and so beloved, the Allahu taala knew and many other Muslims had suffered at his ends. And he was somebody who was very nasty, very hateful, and very spiteful towards the prophets a lot he said them.

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However, there's something very interesting Abdur Rahman bin

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Abdul Rahman bin out who is one of the great Sahaba, one of the great companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and one of the early early Muslims, somebody the Prophet doesn't matter a lot of confidence in right and he was very close to the Prophet tells him even before Islam, one of the very interesting notes that we find into Sita, the mother of other human beings out of radi Allahu taala, and who was there at the time of the birth of the prophets allottees

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The mother of Abdurrahman been out was one of the Friends of the mother of the prophets of Salaam. And she assisted the mother of the prophecies of Amina been to what had been giving birth to the Prophet saucer. So their families were close. He was very close to the Protestantism, and that's why he was one of the key initial individuals that came to Islam and it said that it was Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu, who went and invited us out to Islam, and Abdur Rahman bin out became Muslims became Muslim at the hands of Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala Anu, on the second or third day of Islam. So he was one of the first few individuals who became Muslim. He says that me in a way I've been have, we

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went way back, we grew up together in Mecca, and my name of the human being, man, he says My name before Islam was

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the slave of armor. It was the it was my name before Islam, it was a jaggedy name, a name from the times of ignorance, not a very proper name for a Muslim. So when I became Muslim, I adopted the name of the man for Theresa May to be be a devout man, I assumed the name Abdur Rahman because

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the slave of Allah is not an appropriate name for my son. It's a little bit of a side point. And of course, I'll defer to him Hamza here, but just a little bit of a side point that when it comes to names in Islam, the fit of this is simply the fact that

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it is the choice number one, that a name is necessary to change only when it has a very negative meaning. Only when it has in a very negative meaning like the slave of armor, right? That's not an appropriate word. Sometimes their names would be Abdullah Rosa. Rosa was an idol. Right? So the, the slave of an idol, right? Or sometimes we find that in Christian Christians would be optimasi, the slave of race, Ali salam, right, so names like this are inappropriate, and the process of some will change their names, right. However, if the name of an individual is not Arabic, but let's just say it's an English name, and it does not have a negative meaning it does not have a bad meaning it is

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not necessary, or mandatory on that individual to change it. Majority of the Sahaba did not change their names. Majority did not remember his name before Islam was

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right below his name before Islam was beloved, right? Even though Bilaal in Arabic means wet, but it doesn't matter, it did not have a negative meaning, like one that contradicted like Al Qaeda or faith, theology, theologically speaking, it was not a bad or negative name, the process did not obligate them to change it. Therefore, we should kind of understand this, we need to learn the thick of it, we might be coming from Muslim majority communities or families, or countries, even societies, where we're just used to most people having Arabic names, right. And so we might be accustomed to it. So we might be a little thrown off balance, if you hear somebody's name is john,

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or your somebody's name is Jason, or you hear somebody's name is April or whatever, right. And so we hear that name, we get a little thrown off and we say, brother, sister, you should have a Muslim name. That is a Muslim name. name isn't what makes somebody Muslim last night, Allah Mohammed Rasul Allah is what makes somebody Muslim. So it's important to learn the fit of this, this initial effect is not a cultural issue. It's a fifth issue. And we need to educate ourselves in regards to this. Now, if somebody chooses to change their names, right, I've met, I've met individuals, I've given Shahada to individuals who say, I want to change my name, just because I just want to have a fresh

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start. That is that person's choice, they can change their name to whatever they want. All right. However, the name the profit system would only change it if it was a, it was a name that's not allowed in Islam.

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The slave of Allah, it's not appropriate for Muslim to be named that right, the slave of another man. So that's why he's name was changed, man. So he says, For this ma to be a man, I named myself after a man. So he said, my friend, who may have been holla, from back in the day, he said, Why, what's wrong with your name? The name that your parents gave you isn't good enough anymore? And he said, No, I have a better name out there. And he goes, I'm not gonna call you up, man. Because I don't know who does this. Man is.

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So he says, This is the name of Allah. This is the name of my God, my Lord, my master. So he says, So basically, your name is like Illa. Illa means God. That's your name. He said, close enough. Close enough, like somebody's name is mine. And somebody says, I don't get it. So they say, Abdullah, he says, Yeah, close enough. So he says, okay, and he said that we used to have a little bit of like, back and forth like friends from back in the day, we had a little game. Every time he would see me, he would call me.

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And I would not answer him. And he would say, Why won't you answer me? And he says, because you're not saying my name. So he said that I would say Abdullah, Abdullah Abdullah, and then I would answer

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Yes, you called me. And he said we would have this exchange every single time. He called me I'm not I wouldn't answer him and Abdullah Abdullah, and then I would answer him. So he said that we had this relationship going back in the day, when we initially moved to Medina. He said, I may have been holla, because of his relationship with me. He told me if you ever want to come back to Makkah, I will protect you in Mecca. You're a Muslim, you went with Muhammad. I don't agree with you on in regards to that. But if you ever want to come back to Mecca, I'm with you, brother. I'll take care of you. And he says, and I've

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told him, okay, similarly, if you visit Medina, I'll take care of you. And so he said, we kind of had a little bit of a relationship. When I saw him in the battlefield, I told him, that, you know, come with me. I told him Come with me, and I grabbed him by the hand, and I started taking him with me.

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And he says that his son was with him as well, who may have been who left this man from the crush, this enemy of Islam, his son was with him as one, I grabbed both of their hands. And I said, both of you come with me. And my plan was to maybe take them to the prophets a lot. He said them as prisoners, and be able to then maybe save their lives, take them to the process of most prisoners, and then later on worry about, you know, negotiating their release or freedom. And the reason why this story is highlighted, it's mentioned in many of the books of Sierra in the books of Hadith is why mahadi mentions his incidents in his psyche, as well. And this kind of goes to show you the

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human side of the Sahaba, right, because a lot of times we'll talk about the Sahaba superheroes and they were remarkable individuals, but we have to understand there was a very human side to them, right that they had these old relationships and it was very difficult for them and they were trying to figure out how to manage and handle all of this. So it was not very convenient and easy right? disalvo were just these were not well either below me Allah subhanaw taala Forgive us, but like some people would like to paint the pictures, but we're not these bloodthirsty men who just ran into the battlefield and just wanted to chop up the enemy right the recognize the people across from there,

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and they wish it hadn't come to this. And they were trying to save lives as many as they could. And they were trying to talk sense into their old friends and some of the even their family members that what are you doing Come to your senses. And so I've been out since I was taking both of them trying to make it to trying to figure out how I could secure you know, their their capture and then their release and save their lives. And he says Bilaal reading Allahu taala on who sees

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bilello the Allahu taala No, Caesar may have an Aleph.

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And you have to again understand this again shows you the human side of things, right, that belong to LA new Cesar my Urban holla VC is the man who tortured him for years. We say that right? I just said sat down and said tortured him for years, four or five words, you have to understand what that means to see the man in an open field, who dropped who would tie you to a horse and then drag you around in the streets

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to see the men who would whip you all night long. And then when the sun would rise would take you and the wounds that you had on your back. He would put you lay you down on the Hot burning sand and then place a big ol rock on your chest so that you could move so that the sand would eat away at your wounds the hot burning sand

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to see that man

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right, who would choke you near death

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and then let you go and then do that to you every single day to see that man.

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Below nothing Allahu Allah and who scream down.

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He says Rasul Khufu may have been Khalid

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Rasul kufri, who may have been holla. There goes the head of Kufa, omega banana, the leader of the cafardo may have inhaler and he kept screaming louder Joe to in Naja Lana Joe to imagine if he survives, I will not survive. If he survives, I will not survive. He's traumatized. right he's saying you may haven't heard from me even if he lives if you kill me. I can't live

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or die if he doesn't die.

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And when the Muslims and there have been offices a Bilaal a be a CD, below stop stop, I got them they're captured Look, I got him there captured. And he says that he just kept screaming ladders yo to in Naja. Naja who may have been hunted.

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And he said when the Muslims heard that you may have been hunted often, you know of course the stories of him harassing the prophets a lot is him saying bad things are the process of them torturing Muslims killing Muslims. Were so well known that all of a sudden a group of Muslims surrounded and the other human being houses they surrounded us with the circle

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I stood there, and somebody grabbed his son

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and basically ended up killing his son, and may have been * of winter trying to go save his son. And I said, No, no, your son is gone. Let me save your life.

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And he says that I tried to cover him up.

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But then, basically, before I knew it, he had been killed. Now, again, who may or may not have had made his own bed, right, he had done what he had done, he had killed, you know, so many Muslims tortured dozens of Muslims. And so this was just equal retribution for what he had done. Right, but

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he says that I tried to save him, but I wasn't able to. And that's why I've been remembering that incident. He used to always say your hum Allahu biloela, your harmala who belong and he says for Johnny b adrar. He will be a senior year. He says, may Allah have mercy on Bella, I was going to try to capture them as captives. But below you know, he just he freaked out and what happened happened and find it was it will of Allah subhanaw taala. But he's always say, may Allah have mercy on Belen. So this was the end of who may have been one of the most, you know, very severe enemies of the Muslims on that day. One of the things that it also says that there haven't been an offset while I

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was trying to protect, who may have been half, one of the swords of the Muslims ended up injuring my leg. And he says it left a scar. And whenever you would tell the story, you would kind of pull up his pants and UT now Vatican II sorry, Adam, he he he would always kind of like show us that scar on the top of his foot. And he's always pointing out that scar that this happened on that particular day.

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The next individual Of course, that key individual that came from the side of the Quraysh

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that ended up dying on this particular day was Abuja

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Of course Abuja as the profits a lot he's upset about him later on on that day of bother but our share now, the prophet SAW said I'm pointed out boo john and he said Hassan lumati. In the revival Buddhahood Amanda hubby says it's an authentic narration. He said, How do I feel

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that this is the fear out of my Omar Abu Jamal, right. And we all know that Abu Jalla done against, you know, the prophets a lot a sermon against the Muslims time and time again. Abdurrahman been out of this narration is in the Sahih hain, in both Bukhari and Muslim abderrahman been out for the Allahu taala and he says, In the lavake, from Yama Badran face off, I was standing in the lines on the day of Baghdad for another tour on Yemeni family for either Bina hula mania, Milan, I'm sorry, Heidi 13 asanuma. He says, are we standing between two young men of the unsought and they were very young.

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For the money to an akuna Bina Adler, I'm in Houma.

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For a moment there, I wished in my heart that I wish I would have been standing between two big strong men. But I look on either side of me and I'm standing between two very young men from the unsought farmers, right young men, but I kind of wished for a moment I wish I was standing between two warriors it's battle, right? He says, I was just thinking this

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for Hamas Ania huduma. One of them kind of pulled me right kind of like tucked on my shoulder for Kala Yami achari for Bhaijaan. He says Uncle, do you know who Abu jihad is? For poltrona? I said, Yeah, of course. I know who Abuja Rama hacia la What do you want with Abuja? Boy? What do you want with Abu Jan? He says, bill to Anna huya Super Rasulullah sallallahu sallam. He says I've heard that he does terrible things to the messenger salatu salam will letting fcba de la la to LA euphoria Casa de Silva who had a large Illumina and has heard a lot that if I come across him, I will not leave him except that I've taken care of him. For that I just delete Alec. He says I was really astonished

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by what this young man said to me. He says that as soon as he said this to me, the other one then kind of tapped me on the shoulder.

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And he said the same thing. I uncle Dean, can you show me your boo, Janice? And I was like, What do you want with a Buddha? And he said the same thing. So he says just both of them said to me, and I saw that I was kind of riding his horse around, right kind of circling around some of the lines. And I said to both of them, Ronnie, Heather Sakuma. Do you see him? You see that guy right there running around? that's who you're looking for. So he said both of them drew their swords and bolted out.

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just flew out from the line in the direction of Abu john. And they went there and one of them, you know, struck him down from his sword from his horse and injured him pretty badly.

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And the two of them were more I've been I might have been a jumbo and the other was more I've been a frog. More I've ignored, ignore afra and the other ones more I've been I've been jumbo. They were both from the unsought to both of them name wise. And so one of them were I've been under a big move.

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He actually says

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that when I attacked,

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so there were two of them. One of them ended up dying, falling in a battlefield. He was a Shaheed

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on this particular day. The other one was when

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he says, When I attacked Abuja, when his son

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achema, who was with him, he struck me. And when he struck me, he struck my arm and my arm basically basically severed my arm was just basically it was dangling from my body. And he said, I just kind of tossed it behind me over my shoulder and I kept fighting until it started becoming cumbersome and he says, I put it down on the ground and I put my foot on it, and I severed it from my body. But I kept on fighting and he goes on the book even as Hawk says Thumma Asha Delica katakana seminar. Oh, Earth man. He lives until the elf of earthworm in our family the local Jelani, right so he lived on till that day, but more has been out for Ah, he ended up falling and dying in the battlefield as a

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Shaheed on that particular day. So both of these young men, they basically attacked Abu Jamal to the point where they injured him badly until he stepped in and was able to kind of fight them off, but they left Abu Jamal in a pool of his own blood there in the battlefield. They both come back to the profits, a lot of these MDC rasulillah. Both one comes to the processor, he says, I kill the Buddha. When the other one comes in. He says I killed the Buddha. And the process of them said Which one of you killed him? He said, both of us did. And the prophets, a lot of them said, have both of you wiped your sword? And they said, No. So he said, Let me see it. And they both showed their sword to

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the process. I mean, he said, okay, both of you. Right have killed the Buddha. later on after the battlefield, after the battle had transpired quite a bit.

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The prophets a lot he sent him. He basically told the Sahaba the laquan home, that I need somebody to go and check. I need somebody to go and check on abou john. So Abdullah, bin, Mr. Robot are the Allahu taala. And who he says I said, Allah Rasul Allah, I'll go check. And so he says, and the prophets, Allah told them, he said, Look, if you're not able to recognize him, just make sure you can find him, either amongst the fallen or amongst the injured. But I need you to confirm, because these two young men came to me saying they killed Abu Jamal, I need you to confirm that he is dead.

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So and the Prophet system said that for whatever reason, obviously, it's a battle if you're not able to recognize him, then look for this scar on his knee. And the prop system described the scar he had on his knee in the process and said, I remember when we were young. I remember when we were young, and we were both sitting at the food table like the food spread of Abdullah bin Judah. And this was at the time of citing the virtuous pact, right of social justice, that I that day, something hot was spilled on his leg, and it burned his skin, and he has a scar of that. So he has burned skin on his leg on his knee area. So that's one way to recognize him the process and remembered that from like

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40 years ago, or from like 30 years ago, and so he tells him look for this particular scar. Nevertheless, I've done I've been Massoud goes through the battlefield looking for you know, Abuja until he then spots Abuja, Khalid Abu Jamal is still alive. He's still lying. They're injured in the battlefield, and he's alive.

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So I've delivered Mr. Old, you know, sits down basically comes upon him

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to basically finish him off. And he says that locka locka locka locka Zack Allahu Yeah, I do a lot. That Oh enemy of God, Allah has humiliated you today. Allah has humiliated you today. And I'm delivering Massoud Spirit says, I remember back in Makkah, one time Abuja when, you know, he was torturing me. I remember he threw me down and he stepped on my neck.

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And he started choking me and suffocating me. And he let me go until I was near death. I remembered that day. Right? And he says that I told him, I said, Look, oh enemy of God. Look what Allah has done to you.

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And he says Abu Jamal was so arrogant. He says to me, he says, who won the battle?

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Who won the battle?

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And he said a line His Messenger won the battle

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and then he says

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Timmy, he says that, you know,

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have you people have you ever been able to kill somebody more honorable than me?

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He says you people will never kill anybody more honorable than me. It is an honor for you to be able to kill me.

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Right consider yourself fortunate and lucky that you kill the man like me. Do you know why? Right and he says that He even went, he won't as far as referring to Abdullah bin Abdullah bin Massoud as you are way, way here and

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all small little Shepherd of sheep. You are a small, little insignificant Shepherd of sheep.

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Do you know who I am?

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Right? Do you know what an honor it is for you to be able to kill me?

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So he said that I had basically had enough of him at this point. Right that even in death, this is how arrogant he was. So he says I basically finished him off and I've delivered Masuda the Allahu taala who says that I had a broken little sword and a Buddha was lying there with his sword. And so I actually used his sword to finish him off

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until I came back to the prophet SAW some and he said I finished off Abdullah bin Massoud Abdullah bin Masuda I finish off a boo JAL. And then the prophet SAW Some said show me and then I took the Prophet system into the battlefield and showed him

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and he says the officer made me swear three times for staff and elf. write the letter Marathi made me take you know three times and I said we're lucky. We're lucky we're lucky. I swear to a lie, swear to ally swear to Allah. Because he was just he was such a tormenting figure in the life of the Muslims. It says the profitsystem said show me so I said I took him into the battlefield and showed him where he lied.

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And the prophets a lot of them at that time. He pointed to him and he said that you know how that fit on? Mati has a filter on how the Luma he is the filter out of this oma. He is a filter out of my oma and then the prophets of Salaam at that time. He said Allahu Akbar

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that Allah is greater Alhamdulillah hymnody sada kawada Manasa Abdel azim Eliza Baba they're all praises for Allah subhanaw taala who fulfill this promise he helped his slave and he defeated the army single handedly by himself has been almohad the oma This is the fear out of this oma.

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And so this was the end of Abuja Hall. And this is basically how Abuja Hall met his end. But similarly, you know, on this day, while there was obviously the fall of these very notorious and nefarious individuals, on that day, there were some miraculous incidents as well. And these are just a couple of short stories. And I'll end with this and I'll conclude with this. So we kind of ended on this kind of a high note, I guess you will

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hodeida even a normal

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tada Oban he is a Sahabi a companion of the Prophet salami salmon he participated in the Battle of buddies abundante he says I know who will see but I know who Yama better his I was injured on the day of butter

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for salad had the cutter who Allah Allah wasn't at his I was injured so bad that it basically started to kind of droop onto his face. Like it's it's like his eye became dislodged. Right and fell onto his cheek. Right? So it's like falling out of his face. For our autoinjector ohana. So then the Sahaba kind of sat him down and they were gonna sever his I remove his eye.

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For saludo su lysosome. Before they did it, they asked a messenger of Allah that this is what happened to patata What should we do? And the President said, No, no, no, don't remove his eye. For the IB he he said Bring him to me for commas or Hakata Hu B ra T. Right. And then the prophet SAW seven another narration that says that the professor some took some of his saliva. And the Prophet says I made to offer him and he took some of his saliva. And then literally with his hand the Prophet says and put his ibec in its place.

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And miraculously cured him he'll design

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and Qatada goes on to when you would tell this story, when other would tell this story for kind of like a UI e OC, but

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he was not able to recall which eye it was. So when he would tell this story people would ask him which I was at, he would say I can't remember. Because both of his eyes were so perfect. We're so fine. He actually after some time he forgot which I was.

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Right so this was a miracle of the prophet SAW some images of the messengers a lot of him on that day

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when I asked him

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binaural might have been

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the grandson of the Sahabi who this happened with, he met one time or might have been Abdullah Aziz Omar bin Abdulaziz who was a great halifa, the great leader of the Muslims. He met so the grandson of the Sahaba you had heard this story firsthand from his grandfather, Qatada. He met Armada bin Abdulaziz. And when he was introduced to Ahmed bin Abdulaziz, Omar bin Abdullah, as he said, Your grandfather told you the story about his I was legend. And he said, Yes, my grandfather told me the story himself. I've seen my grandfather. I've seen his eyes. Right. So he told him Tell me the story first, and I want to hear it from the one who heard it from him. Right? And he told him the story.

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And then he said, a couple of like, he said a line of poetry, a couplet. He said, an abalone levy salata, Allen had the I knew who, for that, be careful, Mustafa Yamanaka he said, I am the grandson of the one whose I fell out of his fell out of his head fell out of his socket. And then the hand of Mustafa sallallahu alayhi wasallam returned it back to its place.

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Right? So he used to tell this story and then say this couplet so that was a miracle at the hands of the prophets a lot he said, um, there's even another story similarly, dimensions, the same thing that another Sahabi he similarly says that my I was injured in the profit so seldom do I die early, the processor may do after me and he applied his saliva in his hand. And then he returned my eye back to its place, and he healed and he cured my eye through this miracle. Another very interesting thing that is mentioned about a miracle of the prophets allottee some multiple Sahaba multiple Sahaba relate that on the day of butter, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he handed me one

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of those Sahaba

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is Allah Hussein

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Akasha Excuse me? Akasha been Muslim Akasha sun, radi Allahu taala and who is that great Sahabi that one time the prophets a lot of them said 70,000 of my companions 70,000 believers will enter into paradise who never sought any type of rupee or any type of help or assistance from anyone other than a lot like you were so strong in their human that they never sought assistance from anyone other than Allah. Any help anyone from anyone other than Allah

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and Okasha, radi Allahu taala who said Oh, yeah rasulillah make do either I will be one of them. And then the prophets of Salaam said that you are one of them or Akasha and then another Sahabi said, My God for me O Messenger of Allah that I be one of them in the process of said Subbu Kaka Bihar Okasha, Okasha got the first dibs right me to offer Okasha and he got first dibs is that great Sahabi. Okasha, he says that on the day of

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my sword broke in Qatar safer Yama better for autonomy rasulillah, Salam Shema Odin,

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the prophets a lot of them handed me a stick.

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The prophet SAW someone handed me a stick a branch

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for either who was a from the secondary handed it to me, and I took it from the hands of the processor, it became a sword.

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A stick became a sword

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per wheel. It was white, and it was long.

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Right some narrations mentioned that it was almost as long as like, like a person, like a huge sword like a four or five foot sword. Right? He was white and shiny. And it was a stick when he handed it to me. And he said I fought with it. Right on that day of butter, another Sahabi says the same exact thing selama been Harish, says is that my sword broke in kasasa safey on the day of butter.

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Even the prophets Allah some handed him a branch. And he says it could it be used this for either say from Jamie Dimon. And he said that it

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turned into an amazing, beautiful sword until finally and he said he fought with this sword in every single battle by the side of the prophet SAW cinema and even after the promises and until the day that he died. Another narration also mentions that

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there was one of the lead there was this very

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fierce fighter

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on the day of bud that from the side of the Pradesh

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and he was completely covered in armor, completely covered up in armor, so you couldn't even see him. But the only thing that was open was his eyes and one of the Sahaba he took a spear and

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threw it at him and it struck him in the eye.

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Right. It went into his armor through that slit and it struck him in the eye and he killed him. And he said, when I tried to remove it, it broke.

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When I tried to remove it, it broke. So it's just like a broken spear. But he said it was like this keepsake, right? It was like this keepsake that I had after the day of buttered and he said that

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fussa Allahu yahaya Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam afterwards when he told the prophets a lot of the story about what happened that I threw the spear from far away and it's went through the only part that was opened the eyes and it struck him there and then I when I tried to pull it out and broke the process I'm asked him if he could have it. And the profits a lot of he gave it to the process as a gift. For nama rasa licenser Aha. Then when the profits a lot of them passed away, of course it went back to the same Sahabi who had thrown it on that day.

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And this was basically obeyed. I've been sorry he'd been Alas, right? It knows this is us, me Zubaydah the Allahu taala. No as debate. So he says when the process and passed away then I said, Well, this was mine and I gave it to the process of him. He says mattala baja Boubacar Abu Bakr radi Allahu Jelani asked Can I Can I have it? It was like a souvenir but and he said I gave it to Abu Bakar don't want Abu Bakar passed away again. I went in recovered it because it was mine. I just given it to him. And then Amaro the Allahu taala who asks, Can I have it? So I gave it to Rama? Rama, the Allahu taala who passed away then again I took it back then earthman or the Lakota no ask

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Can I have it? So I gave it to him. And then again when North Manuel the Allahu taala and who passed away Then I took it back. And then I live in evitar liberati Allahu Jelena aspirate and I gave it to a leader the Allahu taala on who? And then when Alina Vitaly radi Allahu taala, who passed away in Jubail of the Allahu taala and who had also passed away. Then Abdullah bin zubaid, went and asked the family of alumina with olive Can I have it and they gave it to him. And then Abdullah bin Zubaydah had it until the day that he died until the day that he was killed. And after that, there's no record of where it went. But this was one of the souvenirs

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that basically was passed on through the leadership, right of the Muslims until it came to the Lebanese obeyed until he passed away. And then after that point, there's no record of it exactly where it went and what happened to it on that day. So, we'll go ahead and end here inshallah, what we're going to be talking about inshallah, in the coming session, is what happened after the Battle of birth, and what the prophets allottee some dead did in terms of the prisoners that were captured on that day, what was done with those prisoners and eventually the return of the profits, a lot of the Muslims victoriously back to Medina and the return of the Pradesh, right defeated and humiliated

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back to Makkah, and the things that transpired in the third year of the of the hijra. inshallah we'll talk about those things in the coming sessions. May Allah subhanaw taala grants us all the ability to practice everything that was sitting heard Subhana Allah He will be happy he Subhana Colombia hamitic nashoba la la lanterna sakana willeke

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