Abdul Nasir Jangda – Seerah 115 – The conclusion of the Battle of Uhud

Abdul Nasir Jangda
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of actions in a game and the significance of protecting troops and people involved. They explore the story of the Prophet sallam and the loss of acceptance and fear in society, as well as the return of Afghanistan and the burial of the Prophet sallavi alayhi wa sallam. The speakers also mention the importance of sincerity and pride in Islam and the potential consequences of these narratives on people's lives. They end with a discussion of the recent events and actions leading up to the Battle of God and the importance of protecting troops and people involved.
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In these podcasts, we uncover one chapter after another from the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in an attempt to learn about him, to love him, and to better ourselves through his example, immersion, mentorship, companionship and tibia. These are just a few of the things we offer, alongside knowledge of the prophetic Biography at the Syrah intensive, two weeks dedicated to the study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and his noble characteristics. So this winter, join me in Dallas, Texas, alongside your classmates from all over the world, to learn the story of the life of the best of humanity, the ultimate mercy to mankind, the prophet muhammad

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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he will hamdullah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah who Allah Allah He will be here at Marin Sala continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a skeleton of a prophetic biography. We've been talking about discussing at length, the Battle of the hood, one of the major events of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This was in the third year of his law shortly after the month of Ramadan in the month of chawan. What we talked about previously was the fact that basically how the battle started to wind down with the turn of events where the Holleyman will lead along with the cavalry was able to attack the Muslims from behind. And

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then the mushy goon who were initially fleeing from the battlefield, they also turned around and came back and created quite a bit of an issue for the Muslims. The Prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam himself was very badly wounded and injured. he bled quite profusely. Great companions of the profits, a lot of the sunlight comes up and Abdul muttalib masaba made * Allahu taala and him and many, many others were also killed during the battle were Shaheed or martyred during this time, we talked about how the Sahaba basically tried to rally around the prophets a lot he Salaam, they took the profits, a lot of them to the backside of the mountain where they were able to kind of sit

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him down at a safe place, a crevice kind of almost like a small cave. And then flank, you know, kind of fan out in the area and defend the profits a lot a seller, we talked about how they treated the wounds of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And previously, one of the remarkable things we talked about was Omar Omar, the Sahaba, the female companion of the Prophet selection by the name of the Seba who defended the profits a lot exam who fought and defended the profits a lot. He said, what we're going to talk about here today is basically picking up from here.

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And we're going to talk about something that initially will be very difficult. And then in contrast, we'll talk about something quite beautiful and remarkable. And these are two contrasting situations from the Battle of a her then they are quite remarkable even concede, even as hoc, even a sham Rahman Allahu taala all the major scholars of the Sierra have mentioned these incidents back to back as a sort of a comparison and analysis and for the purpose of reflection.

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And so let me go ahead and mention the incidents and then we'll talk about them from that point on inshallah.

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So the first incident that I'd like to talk about is that in his heart

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he narrates that some of the Sahaba radi Allahu taala and whom they relate, they say Gaddafi, Narayan

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tieghan. Like Rahman Hua, that there was a man amongst us, it was us a strange man. He wasn't from the community. He wasn't somebody very familiar to the Sahaba. Like mudra man who they didn't really know exactly who he was. So you call it a hoopoes man. Some people said that,

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you know, his name was or he was referred to as postman, for Canada solani salatu salam ala boo, boo chirala, who in a hula Minelli now, that when he was later on when people would mention him or mentioned his story to the prophets a lot he selam the prophets a lot of them would say something quite,

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you know, shocking and serious about him, he would say that he is in the fire of *.

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And again, we don't ever say that about anyone but the reason why the Messenger of Allah sloty son has the ability to say that is because he receives divine revelation. He was given this knowledge by Allah subhanho wa Taala. So he said in a hula minalima and then he will explain for the Makana yo hood Atilla t challenge leader so the narrator he explains why the prophets a lot easier

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I would say that

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he says that when it was the day of the hood, he this man was man he fought, very valiantly. Right, he fought very aggressively for Petula, wildermuth ammonia, Osama machete king. He single handedly killed eight or seven people

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will kind of sin. And he was a force to be reckoned with on the battlefield.

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He goes on to say for us, but that will jaha. Eventually he was injured very badly during the course of the battle, which basically kind of dropped him. And he suffered such an injury or a wound, that it basically debilitated him, incapacitated him and he fell in the battlefield. To me la isla de beneatha. He was carried over to the area of Medina where Buttonwood buffer lived, and he was basically carried there amongst the wounded for January, gentlemen and mushy kina excuse me for January gentlemen and Lucy miniato lunella, who some of the Muslims started to say to him, Well, lucky Look at the little man for option.

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They started to say to him, that Oh, man, you have been tested by Allah subhanaw taala on this day that they've heard congratulations.

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What that exactly means is that they're saying that look, Allah subhanho wa Taala not only gave you the ability to fight in the Battle of a hood, not only did you fights very bravely in the battlefield, and, you know, incurred many losses, inflicted many losses upon the disbelievers. But Thirdly, you suffered a serious wound in the battlefield,

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which basically is a sacrifice in the path of God in the path of Allah. Like up shift, congratulations. You're such a fortunate blessing person, that Allah accepted you to fight for his Deen to defend his team and to suffer a loss for the deen of Allah. So you're very blessed person. He responded by saying, well, mother Bashar

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Omar will be mother Bashar. He said, Why should I be happy? Why would you congratulate me? What's there to be so celebrating about? What should I celebrate? What do you want me to celebrate? For we're lucky in our tell to Illa homie. He said I only fought for the respect and the dignity of my family and to represent my people. Will oh god Alec America tell if it wasn't for that I never would have fought with you people.

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If it wasn't for that, I never would have fought with you people. Quite. That's even more shocking.

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Then the narrator goes on to say for the mustard that alakija to who I have aka salmon min carnality for katella BNF saho.

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As his wound got more severe, as his wound got worse, his injury, he took an arrow from his quiver that was near him. And he killed himself with it.

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He finished himself off.

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There's another incident about haber that is similarly narrated. It's there's a similar type of incident about the Battle of haber. That is also mentioned in the books of Sierra, which we'll talk about it when we get to the battle okay, but But nevertheless, you have this one incident, somebody who fought, fought bravely

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and was able to even suffer an injury in the path of a lost power without a fee sebelah filled Jihad filled with all the reward of fighting in the cause of Allah. And in spite of all of that, because of the lack of sincerity, because the lack of purity

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because of the lack of understanding and faith and belief in the mind, that this person suffered from,

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that this person eventually left this world committing a sin that Allah subhanaw taala is completely prohibited and forbidden.

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Where the Prophet of Allah Azza wa sallam said something so unfortunate about him, that this person is in the fire of *.

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So it shows you there's a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that talks about this, that sometimes a person will do the actions of the people of paradise.

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And then eventually, at the end, we'll do an action of the people of *. And that person because of that will be doomed to the fire of *. Or, on the flip side, a person will do the actions of the people of * and eventually conclude

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In his or her life, with the actions of the people of Paradise and because of that, they will be from the people of paradise. This is why the prophets a lot of the centum says, We are very rightly so, but we are very familiar with the narration. In Malou brainiacs

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that actions are based upon actions are contingent actions are rewarded according to actions are aided by supported by the intentions.

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But what we also have to understand there is a similarly authentic narration of the prophets a lot he said, I would says in the mallamma, Lu belhar team,

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that actions are based upon actions are rewarded.

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actions are contingent actions are aided,

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and supported and viewed in light of how they conclude, and how they end.

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How they conclude and how they end. You know, it's something that you think about a lot. And it's something that, you know, was on my mind, for last couple of days, was the fact that this Hadith of the prophets a lot isn't particularly, it's just oozing with wisdom.

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And I taught, you know, whenever explained these headings, I give the example and again, I always,

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you know, as forgiveness for the analogy, but in sports, they'll oftentimes talk about that it's not necessarily how you start the game, but it's how you finish the game.

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Right? Anybody can have a good first quarter, but who can have a good fourth quarter?

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Anyone can have a good first good two minutes of the game is everyone's fresh, and energized.

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But what really determines a winner is who can have a good last two minutes of a game.

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And similarly, we find this predicaments in many areas of our lives. How do we start something?

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Right? And how do we finish something?

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As to lovely LMS students of knowledge is something our teachers would constantly remind us about. It was easy to go to class every day, be there bright and early. Leave there after hours, get all your homework done. Take all your notes, the first week of class, the first month of class.

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But what about the last week of class, the last month of class?

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It really determines a lot of things.

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And so in MLM Allah will have a team, how do actions and how do they conclude. And that's why one of the most like, one of the things that the ASLEF, the pious predecessors, the early generations of Islam, the remarkable people that we talked about, that we read about that we learn about that we quote all the time,

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there was something that they were very, not quite paranoid, because paranoia is not a good quality. But there was something that they were stressed out about, there was something that they obsessed over. And that was what is oftentimes referred to as katima. They obsessed over hurstville hakima.

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Right, that how will my life end?

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That makes a big difference. And see the predicament is you don't know when it's going to end how it's going to end where it's going to end. You don't know that's a big mystery of life. So they would basically live their entire lives

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in a manner in which they wanted their life to end.

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So that any moment that it ends, I'm ready for

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the profits. A lot of these sort of validates this idea in so many different ways, races, man, can I ask you to Columbia de la ilaha illa De La Jolla, who's ever the last words out of somebody's mouth are La la la la, that person has entered the paradise has entered paradise.

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Because in order for your last words, to have to be light law in the law, you had to live a life of La La Jolla.

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And so it's so important to stay consistent, very famous story that is oftentimes told Allahu taala alum about the authenticity of it. But nevertheless, just as a general story, it's really remarkable, that one very pious person, a great scholar, he was near his death, he was near the end of his life.

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And shavon comes and gives him wasa and basically says that you've escaped.

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You survived. You made it. And he says, Not yet. Not yet.

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And he's saying it out loud. Not yet. Not yet. And one of his sons who is near him

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says Father, why are you afraid to die? You say Not yet Not yet. And he says, I'm not I'm not saying it to death not yet. So she thought it was giving me this thought this thought occurred in my mind, it was worse was that I made it.

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I survived.

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Right? She wasn't able to get me. And he said, as soon as I thought crossed my mind that was was I came to me.

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That's why I was saying verbally out loud to defeat that idea. Not yet. Not yet. That until I have a breath left in my body, the soul has not departed from my body game, the game is not over yet.

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And this is one last trick of shavon to get me to put my guard down. One last moment. For me this is lower my defenses for one moment. And so I said not yet. No, no.

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Not yet. You're not going to get me yet.

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So it's it's a very powerful idea. So even though this is very difficult to talk about, but nevertheless, we see this example from the Battle of a hood of a man who fought valiantly, practically almost died as a Shaheed. But that's what we say, didn't die as a Shahid, almost and almost doesn't count.

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Now, on the end, what what was exposed at the end, somebody might say, This isn't fair. Somebody makes all the sacrifice and gets snatched away from in the end. No, the end exposes the internal condition

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that was there throughout the life and throughout the deed. The End exposes the internal condition. And he exposed it himself.

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That if it wasn't for the honor of my family, I never would have fought with you people.

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Right, so that end exposes the internal condition.

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Now on the flip side, on the flip side, let's look at another incident. really remarkable.

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There's another incident that is mentioned by urbanist Hark, Rahim Allahu taala. It's also mentioned mentioned by even a sham, even hotjar mentions it in a Saba and also authenticates generation he says it's an authentic narration as an authenticator of Hadith and hijab, Rahim Allahu taala. And even Kathy mentions it as well. That

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Abu radi Allahu taala anhu. He was asked that had the Sunni had the Sunni he would say to people, his students had the Sunni unraveling the whole agenda janitor, Lemieux suddenly

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he would say to his students abou hooray Dada the Allahu terlalu. Tell me you would test this students tell me about the men who went to paradise without praying a single prayer without offering a single Salah because the Sahaba their understanding of Salatu was Salam is absolutely mandatory necessary. They're just they couldn't fathom the idea of somebody being Muslim and not praying. It was unfathomable to them it was bizarre the concept, right Allah subhanho wa Taala kind of lovely Dr. imana come, Allah refers to imana Salah, like University Salah as EMA, right. So it was unfathomable the idea that a Muslim doesn't pray.

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So he would say to his students had detuning on Rosalyn. Definitely janitor will

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tell me about a man who went to paradise and he never prayed. For me it for NASA Alou and if the people didn't know the answer to the question they would ask him, you tell us Yes, yes. Yeah bahara yes hubiera soon, you tell us. So he would respond. Men who are fair pulu who say rim Benny Abdullah shall

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he would say that it was a man you cannot his This is also mentioned about him in his biography in lava.

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he would say his name was him. And he was from the tribe of Banu Abdullah shall

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or sorry, his name was Ahmed bin sabich bin wash. amor bin sabot Pil. I'm sorry, his name was him. He was from the tribe have been robbed election. So the narration goes on to say that for Puccini Mahmoud lobbied to kind of shut him so I asked him Tell me about him. He says Ghana yeah till Islam Allah told me he Formica Yama hood, but Allah who he used to regularly hear about Islam. Whenever Muslims would travel whenever caravans would come. Whenever the Tao of Islam somebody would come and try to preach to his people, that he would listen to it regularly people would try

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Ready to go and you know, preach to the people but no Abdullah shall. So you would hear the message of Islam quite frequently for that mechanic, but Allah who,

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but when the day of hood came and he came to the battlefield, that's when it just occurred to him. When the day of hood came, it occurred to him that this Islam is the truth. I need to embrace Islam for us lama sayfa who, so he accepted Islam, he picked up a sword for either the Hanafi or the nurse and he rushed into the battlefield, split the ranks and when straight until he started fighting with the people for cazzola Hata as beta two alpha two and he fought until eventually he suffered a very serious wound. For me now the gentlemen bunny Abdullah actually helped me Suna patella and Phil Malika, and one of the people have been Abdullah shell they came looking for any people from amongst

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your tribe who might have died in the battlefield.

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Either Humvee they found him. For Kali, we're lucky enough to cite him. They said Oh, look, there's some magic magic ma v. What is he doing here? He wasn't even a Muslim.

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He wasn't even Muslim. What is he doing here? Well, we're in the hula monkey only haven't had if we left home in the morning to join the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the Muslims from Bhanu Abdullah. They said we left home in the morning to join the profits a lot Jimena hood. And when we left at that time, he didn't believe in all of this. So how did he end up here for Salou? So some of the narrations mentioned that he still had some life left in him. He wasn't completely dead. They found him basically breathing is last. So they said that Why are you here? He said I had them on they asked him tomika did you come here just because some of your tribes people were here to just look

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out for them and defend them. I'm rock bottom Phil Islam. Are you really serious about Islam? For Alabama? baton Finn Islam. He says rather I am serious about Islam. meant to be LA. He was wabi rasulillah he was a slum too. I believe in a line I believe in his messenger and I have submitted through Maha to safey will huddle. Tomorrow. Sula, he salatu salam, and I picked up my sword this morning, when this thought occurred to me after the sun had risen, and this thought occurred to me I grabbed my sword and I rushed out here to hurt to fight by the sight of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam tell to have a Saba Nima savini and I fought until you see me here in my condition right now

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for them yell boss and McAfee ad him and while they were holding him in their hands having this conversation with him he gasped and breathed this last time he died.

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Further Kuru hooli Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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They mentioned him to the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam favela in a hula Amina Jana, the prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam said that he is from the people of paradise.

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He is from the people of paradise.

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Again, it shows you this sincerely.

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This man wasn't Muslim for half a day. This man was not even a Muslim for a whole day. He wasn't even Muslim for a whole day. He was loosened for half a day. He didn't even get to pray a single prayer single Salah he accepted Islam after fudger and he died before though.

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And the Messenger of Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah is a lolly, so about whom Allah says when my young Tiffani Hawa in Hawaii, la ha he doesn't speak from himself. Everything he says is revelation, and divinely inspired, and every word out of the mouth of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is guaranteed is true and sound. Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says about the man who became Muslim after fudger and died before the war in the hula MENA region.

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He is in paradise.

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Such a small humble deed.

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But it had sincerity.

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That's why the prophets a lot of them said fatahna Willow, Bishop kitamura.

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protect yourselves from the fire of *. Even if it'd be with half a piece of a date, not even a whole date. A piece of a date.

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That of all you have your sole possession is a date, one date, one piece

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that you split that in half, you eat half of it yourself and you give half to somebody else sadaqa hungry person

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that that can save you from the fire of

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the other

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Muslim for a while, killed seven or eight people fought bravely seemed like a hero in the battlefield and died in the profits a lot of assumptions he is in *.

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This man was Muslim for a few hours,

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didn't even know all the other con and all the different things and probably couldn't have recited any more onto us didn't notice seed or, you know, memorize dozens of a Hadeeth or given you the fit of this or the fit of that.

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And the prophets allottee some saying he's in Paradise, since sincerity, quality, not the quantity but quality. This is a remarkable comparison that is presented to us here in the story of the Battle of ufford.

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Along those same lines to talk about this type of sincerity that there is a story of Jammu

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amor ignore Jammu radi Allahu taala. And who?

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Amara Jammu radi Allahu taala and who he is a very notable and Sati a very notable Companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was amongst the seniors. He was one of the elderly residents of Medina who had become Muslim.

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And him accepting Islam was considered quite a big deal in yes live in Medina early on when he became Muslim because he was one of the seniors. He had four sons and the narration urbanest Hawk, the narration Urbanus haka mentions

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actually says about it about him what kinda who balloon balloon urba mithril.

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He didn't just have four sons, his four sons were called lions.

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They were considered lions in their community. So he was a very proud, honorable man, not proud in the negative sense, not boastful, but proud, meaning very dignified. He was a very respected, dignified, accomplished

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elder of the community. He had raised four men, strong men, who were considered like warriors and defenders of their community.

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So when the day of boyhood came, and they went further, they participate in many of the suraiya even the small skirmishes and campaigns that happened before before but they participate in those they participate in the Battle of bunded Yeshua una Marsalis allottee symbol Masai, and they would go on to participate in many battles with the prophets a lot. He said them for them Makana, Yama, hood urato have,

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but when the day of the herd came in a jumbo said, I am going for her. And they said No, you're not. Why? Because he was not only an old man, but our shahidullah Raj. In his old age, he had such a severe problem with his leg that he very seriously used to limp. Like he would have to walk with a cane he would need help sometimes to walk. He couldn't even walk on his own sometimes. That's how bad his leg had become an old age. So they said no, no, you can't go. And they said in the law cadaveric Allah has given you has excused you. Allah has excused you.

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All right. Has exempted you for achara sulamani salatu salam he came to the prophets a lot of the sermon he said in urbania ud doula and yaizu neon heaven watch will have roadmap maka fee. He said my sons they want they are attempting to not let me go and go and fight by your side or messenger of Allah. For lucky in Nila argue and upper rbR JT has he filled Jenna, he said and I would like to limp around with this busted leg in paradise.

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Right and that's just his desire speaking of course, no one's gonna have a limp in paradise unless you want to, but that doesn't make any sense. Right? So nobody's gonna have a limp in general in Paradise, but he's saying like, I'd like to drag this busted leg into general sudama

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and they're trying to prevent me from doing so.

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So the profits a lot he sent him says I'ma enter soccer the other Akala Look, he said look, the promises are some is also the fuckery the Mufti that everything right. So he says the ruling on the issue is Allah has exempted you. Allah has excuse you from this fella Jihad Alec. So I need you to understand jihad is not mandatory on you. It is not mandatory on you to go.

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But then he turns to his sons who were also there because they came to argue their side but finally bunny

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He said to his son to the sons of another officer some says to the sons Malaika let them know who by you also do not have the right to prevent him from going. You do not have to go You do not have the right to stop him from going.

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Now Allah and Europa who has Shahada?

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How do you know maybe Allah subhanho wa Taala wants him to be Shahid. Maybe Allah wants to gift him with Jada.

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Right so how can you stop him? For her Gemma? hufa Kuta Yama, radi Allahu taala. And so he went out with the prophets a lot is among the neighborhood and he died as a Shaheed in the battlefield, by the Allahu taala, on who may Allah subhanho wa Taala be pleased with him.

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So the next thing that we'll talk about here is

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the next thing that I'll mention here is specifically about one of the unfortunate things because in the next session, now we'll start talking about the actual janazah, the burial and the return back to Medina, basically concluding and moving on to the next discussion from the battle hood. So what I'll talk about here at the end of today's session, is something again, very difficult to talk about, and very unfortunate. I kind of alluded to this a little bit earlier. So one of the things I wanted to mention was that when as the battle was kind of concluding, they were basically going around searching for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And, of course, the Sahaba had already discovered that the Prophet of Allah ciloxan was alive, they were defending him, and they were protecting him. So some of the Sahaba when they would see the profits all of a sudden like carbon molecule or the Allahu taala on who he started screaming found it to be Allah salty. A study says I started screaming at the top, at the top of my lungs. Yeah, Marcia Massimino.

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He actually says something very beautiful. He says I saw the prophets a lot of them from a distance. And I saw the sparkle of his eye.

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Like I saw the clearness the glimmer, the sparkle of his eye from a distance and just seeing those eyes from a distance. I knew that was a Prophet's allottee setup, or AIDS or ima he does head on. I saw the beauty of his eyes from a distance and I know I knew that eyes that beautiful can only belong to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And so I started screaming out, hi Marshall, Massimino shuhada Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, he says for ashara la yasumasa, la Decima answered in the prophets, a lot of them said be quiet, that don't attract any negative attention that we're trying to basically wrap this up and minimize our losses.

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Anyways, as the one of the other individuals that I wanted to mention here briefly towards the end of the battle, is that the Jews of Medina because it was right outside of Medina. So technically speaking, the Jews had a pact with the Muslims that they would defend Medina in the situation and Medina was attacked, they would each defend Medina, the Muslims and the Jews. And the Jews, of course, went back on this and they decided not to protect Medina. They didn't come out to fight with the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So there was one of them. His name was Mojave,

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Mojave, he belonged to the Jewish tribes. And he called out to a lot of his Jewish brethren at that time, he said, Yeah, Marcia yahood will la isla de la nostra Muhammad Ali Kula when he said, Oh, you know, Jewish folks, Jewish people. He said, you know, that helping Mohammed salatu salam is obligatory upon you. This is an obligation upon you. You signed a contract. They said palu in a Yama, Yama cept

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Oh, it's Saturday. So we can fight. He said last up telecom said this is preposterous Saturdays are not for this reason. This is just an excuse. And so for other say for who or data who he grabbed his armor he grabbed his sword. And he said in siptu family Mohammed Yes, NaVi Masha. He said that if I die in the battlefield, I bequest all my wealth to Muhammad

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and he can do with it whatever he wants through Masada. Illa Rasul Allah Jim for katella ohata Putin, and he went and he fought with the Muslims until he was killed in the battlefield and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was told about his situation, the prophets a lot they sent him said mccrady Pedroia hood. mccrady was the best men amongst the Jewish tribes.

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He was the best man amongst the Jewish tribes.

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So a lot of very remarkable people and remarkable incidents at this particular time now

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The thing that I wanted to conclude by talking about, like I said before, it's very difficult to talk about it's very unfortunate. But I alluded to this earlier that unfortunately, some of the machinery Khoon of Makkah, particularly hynd been to Atiba, whose father, uncle and brother, we're all killed in bed that

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her and some other of the individuals from Macau. Unfortunately, very Unfortunately, they mutilated the bodies of some of the Muslims.

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Some of the dead the marchers who had fallen, particularly hums out of the Allahu talana.

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And it said that Hata Hyndman Adana, the jolly woofie Mahadevan, they were cutting off their noses, and they were cutting out they're cutting off their ears, and so much so that hinden bincho, Atiba she basically threaded them together made a necklace out of it.

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To kind of, you know, desecrate these bodies or to mutilate these bodies. What are the other mahakala ada wakita How was she going? She gave it a washi almost as a trophy. It also mentioned to our bacara to uncover the Hamza. She also ripped open the chest, the body of Hamza, the Allahu talana, and ripped his liver out of his body.

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And some of the narrations mentioned that she even chewed on it for lakita. She chewed on it for them to study and to see her half alpha Vata, but she became just so uncomfortable. It was so disgusting that she then threw it away.

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Some narrations like must have been Akbar actually says it was washy, who ripped open the body of Hamza and rip deliver out and get Winton gave it to hint bins. Even Kathy Rahim, Allahu taala mentions both narrations and says, well, Allahu taala Allah, Allah, Allah knows best exactly what was the incident. Nevertheless, we just do know that it was him that it was either she did it or it was due to her instruction to washy that this was done. Another neurosurgeon also mentioned that

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Abu sufian

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somebody passed by Abu sufian and they saw that he took the base the end of his spear, and he was jabbing the dead body of hams out of the Allahu taala knew the other side, not the not the sharp side of the spirit of the other side. The stick. He was just still he was jabbing kind of the face of Hamza radi Allahu talana, like pushing his face, his jaw with it. And another one of the leaders of courage passed by and he was saying Zopa Rinpoche

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Look, look which means taste or okok. okok basically means to kind of betray your family. He says, taste your betrayal.

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And he was doing this being disrespectful to the body of Hamza, the Allahu taala. No. So who plays who plays who is another leader of grace, or actually he was a leader of the hobby. These were some kind of nomadic tribes, Bedouin tribes that lived outside of Makkah, who had come to fight with operation, but still being a leader. He passed by Abu Sufyan doing this and he said, Yeah, Benny, Kiana. Powerful because kina is the forefather of Pradesh. And the forefather not just Abu sufian, but also of Hamza radi Allahu talana.

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And by calling him vannucchi, nada, he's saying this is your cousin.

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This is your blood. Yeah, but Nikki Nana has a keto Quraysh

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Hamza is a leader of crush. Yes. Now I'll be I'm sorry. He's talking about soufiane. He says,

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You are supposed to be a leader of your people. Yes, Nairobi evening. I mean, he martorana.

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You treat your own cousin, like a piece of meat.

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How could you do that? And so I will soufiane immediately kind of caught himself on the heat of the moment in the battle. He caught himself and he said way Huck says quite quiet.

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He said optimum harmony for inner Canada.

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He said please don't tell anyone I did this. This was a mistake on my part.

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You obviously did end up telling somebody but that's why we're talking about it. But he said, Don't tell anybody. I made a mistake.

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Right. So this was very unfortunate What happened? Anyways,

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at this particular time, Abu sufian

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he climbs up onto the mountain and he screams out an image for it in the head of a seagull on Yeoman beyond me, but then Waterloo Bell announced what we talked about earlier.

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And that time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told amarante Allahu taala on who to respond to him and Amaro the Allahu taala and who

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responded to him saying that because Abu sufian said things are now equal. You add butter, we got a hood. And Amara de la cultura que se la se la, la la. He said things are not equal wide Atlanta fille de novo potluck and phenol

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the people that died on buttered from amongst you, they went to * the people who died on heard amongst us today they go to Paradise. So things are not equal Easy there. And then at that time, Abu sufian says to him, he says that well, but we killed the prophets a lot. He said them. And he Amara de la jolla new says la wayna. hula is now comical, and he says no, he's still alive and he can hear you. And it will soufiane even says he says ignore Tommy. When Anima shikun he told me that Mohammed Salah DCM is dead, and you're telling me he's alive, but I have to admit I'd rather believe you than him, because he's a liar. And he's a really terrible person. So I'll believe you. Nevertheless, at

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that particular point in time, they disperse from there, and they started to pack up their things and leave.

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At that point in time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam calls I live in a Vitaly Brody Allahu taala Andrew, and he tells him he thought, Oh, I want you to scout I want you to spy on Qureshi as they're leaving the battlefield funder model yes now Oh my god, Dude, look at what they do, because that'll tell us what they're intending to do. The way they leave the battlefield tells us what they're intending. Look at the promises and the profits allottee some

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has such wisdom and foresight and even strategy.

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All right, look at the strategy of the profits a lot. He said them. He says for income, but the general Halo one top one Tata.

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Ebola, he says that if they tie up their horses, they tie their horses to the camels and ride the camels. They know who you need in America that means they're going back to Makkah We're in rakibul hayleigh what's happened Ebola but if they ride their horses and they tie up their camels to their horses, for who you regional Medina,

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then they're trying to sneak around us and go and attack Medina while we're still here licking our wounds. When leadin fcba D in Urdu, ha the prophets a lot of them says I swear by Allah if they want to go to Medina la see Rhonda iligan fee ha similar una geez Anna home. If they go try to go to Medina I will go there right now. I will cut them off at Medina and I will deal with them. I will repel them from Medina. I will defend Medina has the honor and the sanctity of Al Madina, munawwara and the city of the prophets a lot of the prophets a lot of them said blood on my face or no blood on my face. If they go towards Medina. I'm gonna go there and defend Medina with my life.

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Right So, at that particular time I live in a vitalia bra the Allahu taala I knew he forgot he says for karatsu for him, I went and started spying on them scouting them on zoom is now on. I was watching what are they doing for Jenna boo Elaine? They tied up their horses, one Tata Ebola and they were excuse me they tied up their horses and they were riding their camels. Well what Joe hula maka, and they turned their direction towards Makkah and started to head back towards Mecca. I will conclude because it seems like a very good point to conclude upon. What I'd like to conclude on here because we'll be talking about the some of those who are Shaheed and those who died in the

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battlefield. The prophets a lot of these on finding the body of Hamza radi Allahu taala. And who and how the prophets allowed them to care of the Shahada have are heard as well. But the last thing I'll talk about here to conclude with is the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Imam Ahmed in his Muslim had mentioned that after the Battle of God was concluded, and the machico left the battlefield before they did anything else, the profits a lot of these are made into

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the profits a lot he seldom offered a prayer supplicated he made a deal.

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And what was the derive the profits a lot he said from there after or heard in the battlefield.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam told the Sahaba

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is the Wu Hector was Niala Robbie azzawajal

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the prophets a lot of them said lineup so that I may praise our master Allah subhanaw taala for Sato alpha who Soufan they lined up in rows behind the prophets, Allah, Allah and the prophets a lot. He said them raised his hands and he made the drop. He said Allahu Allah Al Hamdulillah. Our love for you alone is all praise and the ultimate praise

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Allahu Allah Cabrera Lima basata Allah nobody can take away what you've given. What about the Mahabharata and what you have not given out of your wisdom nobody can give it when I had the element Atlanta, nobody can guide whom you have chosen not to guide when I'm dealing man hater, and nobody can misguide whom you have guidance, who you have given guidance to. What are more RT Alabama? Nah. Nobody can deprive nobody can give to the one whom you have deprived. When I manually my age, and nobody can deprive the one who to whom you've given Willamette Valley Mahabharata. Nobody can bring quicker or sooner when you have delayed when I'm Obi delima corruptor and nobody can delay what you

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have given or brought immediately. Allahumma suta Elena min Baraka, Chicka Chicka chicka what is click, Oh Allah open upon us the doors of your eternal blessings, your mercy, your benevolence, your sustenance, your provision

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allama me as Luca Nariman morpheme Allah de la Hulu.

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Allah I asked you

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for your eternal blessings, your lasting blessings that do not

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are not diverted. They don't leave, nor do they expire a lot mainly as Lucan Noreen, Yama, Laila all I asked you for your blessings on the day of great difficulty, in great despair, the day of judgment. Well, I'm a gumball host I asked you for safety and security on the day of fear and trepidation. allama ner isn't becoming Srimati Tara was sharing my monitor all I asked you to protect us

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from anything bad coming as a result of what you've given or what you haven't given Allahumma Habibi. Elena Lehman was again hufa lubaina. Allah make faith Eman, beloved to us, and beautify our hearts with faith and belief and conviction will carry Elena cofra well fuzu coalition and make disbelieve in gratitude, sinfulness, this obedience make it detestable and disgusting to us. Whether Allah Mina Rashid in make us from amongst those people that not only know what they have to do but are able to do what they have to do.

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Along with our fellow Muslim in Allah allow us to leave this world in a state of submission to you and only you What are you not muslimeen allow us to live this life as long as we are alive allow us to live in submission to you and only you well how can I be suddenly him allow us to be joined me in the ranks of those people who are righteous and pious. Later Hosea well I'm have to name without any type of loss and any type of serious test or trial alone Makati, Luca ferrata Latina you can see why you should do an answer be like Oh Allah, you defeat these people who reject and deny your messenger and prevent people from believing in you and following your religion which Allah Allah him reject

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awada back and you send down your anger and your wrath and punishment upon them. A lot of Makati, nikka ferrata Latino Chiquita Bella Huck, and are like you defeat these people who were given the book, by the true by the true lord and master Allah subhanho wa Taala but they decided to reject it. And this narration is also mentioned by Imam nessa II it's an authentic narration and this was the other prophets a lot of these are made out or hood May Allah subhanaw taala give us the ability to practice everything that was said and heard Subhana Allah will be humble he sort of Hanukkah lumbee Mashallah La ilaha illa Anta sakana tabula.

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