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Seerah 118 – The Prophet returns to Medina

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Abdul Nasir Jangda

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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, love him and 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 Sierra 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, their mercy to mankind, the prophet muhammad

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Milla will handle our Salah salatu salam ala rasulillah, who Allah alayhi wa sahbihi admiring, inshallah, continuing with our series on the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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via the prophetic biography. In the last few sessions, we've been talking, of course, about the Battle of boyhood, which was at the end of the third year or near the end of the third year of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his residence in Medina, as we're going to be talking about today.

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Some of the historians who have actually more specifically pinpointed I've mentioned before that the Battle of war happened in the month of chawan. And Jen, generally speaking, the scholar say it was in the middle of the month of chawan,

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after Ramadan, but the scholars of the Sierra such as urbanists have, who have more specifically pinpointed the day that the Battle of Walford was they say that it was a Saturday, and it was exactly the 15th of the month of chawan. So it was a Saturday, which also happened to be the 15th of the month of chawan. So that is when the Battle of of hood occurred. And so we've been talking about

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the Battle of the hood, we are here now basically, towards the conclusion of discussion, and inshallah, we'll be concluding the discussion on the Battle of Ohio today. So we talked previously about the profits a lot he said, I'm burying the Shahada, the martyrs have opened, and how the profits a lot of these are mourn their loss, and he buried them respectfully. And then we also talked a little bit about the history of the mcba, the graveyard that is at the place of where the Shahada of hood are buried, and we talked a little bit about its history as well.

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At this point in time, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam returns back to the city of Medina. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam returned to the city of Medina, some very interesting interactions occurred, that some of them you might have heard about before, and some of them that you haven't even heard about. They're quite remarkable. And if I if I can use the word almost kind of like legendary interactions from the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam we hear them about quite often we're very impressed by them when we hear them. So now we get to learn kind of the context of those really heart, you know, touching conversations that the prophets a lot of them had

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on his return back to the city of Medina. Even his heart Rahim Allahu taala mentioned that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam returned back to the city of Medina philipa to Hamlet, Ubuntu Josh, that he met his cousin Johanna bint Josh, radi Allahu taala and ha Hamza was the cousin of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and how he was the cousin, her mother and the prophets allottee son's father, her mother, and the prophets a lot. Even his father were siblings, brother and sister. All right, so she was able to Amati Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so she was a Muslim. From the very early days. She had made her jaw hotjar at La Madina, munawwara and she had sacrificed a lot for the sake of Islam. So when the prophets Allah, He sent me he met her for the malatya Tina Zhu Noria, ha ha hoo ha Abdullah IGNOU Josh. So the profits of all these are met her and he sat down, you know, he was kind of like you sitting with everyone. He met her. After a little while somebody came to her and said, Your

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brother, Abdullah bin geohash

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has been killed in the Battle of art. She was informed about the death the Shahada of her brother and foster Jr. It was stuck for Attila who she said in alila he was in La Ilaha Roger on that to a lobby we all belong into him. Are we all returning? And she asks that may Allah subhanaw taala forgive my brother and grant him paradise made

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through manorial

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Ha ha ha Hamza to Hamza bin Abdullah. Then after a little while somebody came to her and informed her that your uncle Hamza has also been killed in the Battle of Beaufort. festival Jad was up for it again. She said.

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Roger only made to offer Hamza rhodiola quando. Of course, she was pained by it. She was touched by the news like she was hurt by it. But she said in early like when Roger only made two or she was able to kind of maintain her composure.

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Through mono Ariana has soju hamasaki Nami.

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She was married to Mousavi no matter the laquan

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and somebody that came to her and said your husband masabi nomade was also killed in the Battle of

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fissara hot wallet. She screamed when she heard the news

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and started to cry, weep

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in one minute like, it sounds, it sounded painful. Her crying wasn't dramatic.

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It just sounded painful.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam when he saw her situation, he said something really remarkable for Allah Rasool Allah ism in the zolgensma team in Harlem lobby, McCarney.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that her husband has a very special place in the heart of his wife.

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Her husband has a very special place in the heart of his wife,

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that marriage is something very profound, very powerful, very strong.

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And a wife loves her husband very, very much, sometimes more than he realizes.

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And the prophets alive some kind of made this comment then kind of teaching us about, you know, the dynamics of these relationships. And there's a couple of lessons that we learned here. First and foremost, the prophet of Allah loves him is teaching us about the beauty of marriage, that that is a true marriage,

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where there's such deep and profound love for one another,

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that the loss of the other is unbearable and unimaginable. Can't imagine continuing on and living without the other person. The second thing, and if you'll allow me, I'd like to kind of make some social commentary here.

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We there's something that's very kind of popular in our culture.

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Right? In our culture, I mean, just in general, whether it's American culture, or even basic culture, or Allahu Allah. But it's very common in a lot of cultures, that there's this kind of notion or idea about, you know, and again, I'm not validating these ideas, but a lot of times men, husbands in particular, will kind of joke or will laugh about wives being very

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clingy or needy, or, you know, just constantly kind of like checking in on them, or whatever it may be, right, and then all these types of jokes are made about it and all this other stuff. What you have to understand the profits lesson was teaching us a profound lesson here that you have to learn to appreciate. Right? Again, maybe if it's happening at an excessive level, there might be some type of emotional problem there. Maybe they should seek out some type of counseling, maybe I'm not saying there's not a serious problem. But generally speaking, a lot of times what we just kind of joke about what we laugh about what we quote, unquote, get annoyed by. What we have to try to remember is

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where does this come from?

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It comes from a place of love. And it comes from a place of concern.

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Right? Like many of you are here in the machine now, King to pray a lot of Muslim, sitting here in the Davos, you hear the weather outside, your wife's may be sitting at home, she hears about some type of weather alert or something comes across the TV. There's a tornado warning. And next thing you know, you have 18 text messages, and six missed calls. It's like Why won't you answer your phone?

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Right? It's bad weather. I'll tell you like, don't worry about it. It's like though the weather is getting really bad. You should come home you're like woman Don't tell me what to do. Right? You start getting agitated and no it is where is it coming from? It's coming from a place of love.

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Right? So learn to appreciate that the prophets awesome is pointing out here he's saying look, she finds out that her brother is dead. in Aleppo in LA Raja Allahu Allah who were humble. She finds out her uncle who was like a father figure to her. Hamza, Nadi, Allahu Allah is dead. In Allah when Allah, Allah, Allah Muhammad, she finds her husband is dead, and she breaks down.

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She can't maintain her composure. Right? So very powerful, very profound with the prophets. Allah teaches us here. And the third lesson that I wanted to kind of share from this particular interaction of the prophets, a lot of them is how do we respond to somebody that we see in pain or in suffering? And how did the prophets allow this and respond See, we sometimes

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have what we think what we kind of perceive to be religious rhetoric? What the prophets, a lot of them would have said. But you know what the problem with that is? It's not what he said. It's what you think you would have said. But it's not what he said. So if, if a woman got the news of the death of her husband and she breaks down crying, we'd be like, have someone have patience? Everything will be okay, trust a lot. Everything will be alright. Have patience, have some, not that what you're saying is bad. But it's not the right thing. It's not the appropriate thing to say. You're not saying anything wrong, but it's not what's appropriate right now. Because you're, you're

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minimizing and you're not acknowledging her suffering. You're not the one who lost a family member right now she did. So it's easy for you to say have patience is to have patience. What do you mean, have patience?

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Have you ever gotten the news that your world just completely fell apart? That you just became widowed and your children became orphan? Have you ever been in a position? Now that are you talking to me like that?

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Right? Look, what the prophet of Allah, if anybody could tell somebody to be patient who would have been Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he is the Messenger of Allah sahiwal Ye. And I was talking about this. I mentioned this quite often. The Prophet of Allah, Allah, he said, I'm suffered and lived through the death of six of his children.

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Can you imagine?

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Just last week, in our community in Arlington, we had a family that lost a child.

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And it was just being there and just witnessing it was just heartbreaking. gut wrenching.

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I couldn't I couldn't sleep. I couldn't imagine just what that must feel like.

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Can you imagine experiencing that six times in your life

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where you shroud the body of your own child, six times six of your children.

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So if anybody had the credibility and the license and the ability to tell somebody else to be patient, in loss and in suffering, it was Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but even the prophets, Allah ism knows that's not what you say at that moment. He acknowledged your pain. He said in the zolgensma team in halabi mccannon that this is a real wife. She loved her husband a lot.

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You see how he validates her?

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He's saying that you crying and being in so much pain over the loss of your husband shows that you are that you are a good wife and you had a good relationship and a good marriage. See, that's how you control people.

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Right? So these are profound lessons from this interaction of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Next very powerful interaction. The prophets a lot of them have had with somebody after returning back from the Battle of boyhood to Medina is also very famous, but it's, it's very, very powerful.

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Even as Huck, even he shall even concede, majority of the scholars of Sierra mentioned this incident.

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That's gonna be a casa de la hotel and who relates this?

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He says moto Rasulullah he's a lovely Sunday in Marathi menina. The prophets a lot of them passed by a woman from bernadina was a small family or, you know, kind of like a sub tribe, of the unsought of Medina.

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Well, we'll see but and you know, what's remarkable, this woman's name is not even mentioned.

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The woman's name is not mentioned this is not like, you know, one of the famous skiba Agila Sahaba that we're talking about here. This is not the Abubakar is in the armors in the Russia, nz nebrodi Allahu taala. And this is one of the leaders of the community.

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This is just a common Sahaba.

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And saying common Sahaba is actually an oxymoron because there was nothing common and ordinary about them. They were remarkable, unique people, but you understand what I mean and in the context of their community. She was an ordinary person.

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SAP in America says the merciless, Emirati bernadina he passed by this woman

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who her

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mom Mara Selena is offered

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her husband,

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her father, and her brother, all three of them were killed, fighting by the side of the prophets, a lot of him in the battle

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for llama, nuru la ha each and every single time. One of this when one of these news were brought to them each and every single time one of the reports was delivered to her that your husband was killed and by the way, she would respond by saying masala Rasulullah he's Elisa, how is the prophets Allah?

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Then somebody comes here a little bit later and says that Coachella or sushi

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Your brother was also martyred and killed.

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masala Rasulullah he somalisa then somebody came and told her Your father has also fallen in the battle. She said in Aleppo in a lake Rajon masala Rasul, Allah is Elisa. Where is the messenger of God peace and blessings be upon them. So they said hate on Yama Fulani against you Her name is not even officially referred to as

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the mother of so and so. They said he's fine, Craven He's fine. Who are behind the law he came out to have been by the grace and the mercy of God. He's completely okay as you would want him to be.

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She said that's not good enough. She said a Rooney Hata Angela LA. I need you to take me to him and show him to me so that I can lay my eyes on him.

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So I can see him with my own two eyes.

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At that time they took her to the profits allowed him fukushi la la la and they pointed in the direction they pointed the matter said there is a profits a lot Lisa had either a two she walks up to the profits a lot of the time and she sees him

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and she says to the prophets a lot is in Kumasi, but in Baraka Jalan

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Kumasi, but in Baraka gelato, my translation of that is you are a sight for sore eyes or messenger

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You are a sight for sore eyes. She said Kumasi but in general in the Arabic language means something very little

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nominal in consequential

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of no consequence. She said Kumasi within any type of tragedy as long as you are okay is of no consequence.

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Any tragedy is ignorable

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as long as you were okay.

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And that was the love that they had for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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now that the prophets a lot of them returned back from the Battle of boyhood,

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it mentions a couple of things. First and foremost, as hock mentioned that when the profits a lot of them came home, he gave his sword to his daughter Fatima, radi Allahu taala and her and he said easily another de la jolla he said wash the blood from this sword old daughter for a lucky look at the setup and if you have the Leon this sword served me good in the battlefield today. When I went to Hollywood no Abu Talib safer who live in a Vitaly radi Allahu anhu arrived at the same time. He also gives his wife Fatima the sword and he says well however Foxy Lee and Buddha who that also please wash the blood from this sort as well for Lucky lucky carnelian because this sword serves me

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right today. The profits a lot of people commented that in contrast to Dr. Peter, if you fought well today that sada Houma Casa Luna, her name was Abu Jana

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that the professor said if you fought well today than so did salvin Haneef in Abuja. In another narration, the when the prophets Allah Islam saw safer Ali Mohammed Dima that his sword was completely covered in blood, the prophets Allah Allah in central teach Allah Azza azimuth Abu Dhabi even a bill o'clock class will have this summer was an eighth and the process um said that if you fought weld, and so did asadmin tab, it's hard. It's been some mindset has been Haneef, these are basically other Sahaba that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was, you know, recognizing, and this is again from the center of the profits a lot exam, and a leadership technique that we learned

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that you appreciate people

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we sometimes are, whether we've learned this maybe in some cultures, this is a heavy part of kind of like the parenting dynamic. In some cultures, unfortunately, this type of mentality or approach is also very popular and predominant a lot of times like in corporate America, right? We can have unfortunately, I've learned this approach that the way you keep people motivated, the way you keep people working is that you threaten them, you intimidate them. Right? You kind of hang you know, the you know, you kind of hang their job over their head

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or when your kids come to you and they're kind of like hey, I did really great in school.

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And then somehow you have to kind of find something that they did not do right so that otherwise you'll become complacent.

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Right We think that oh if you just appreciate Mashallah, you did a very good job. I'm so proud of you. And you reward them don't become complacent.

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Right. So that mentality, let me clarify. It is garbage. That attitude that approach is completely trash.

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It is not how a lie encourages us look, if anybody should be coming down harsh on anyone.

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Allah could come down harsh on us. But what does Allah subhanaw taala tells woman taba Allah, Allah,

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for Allah, Allahu sejati.

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If somebody makes a bunch of mistakes in the stopa, and there's even one good deed, Allah says Allah will convert all their sins into good deeds, all their mistakes into reward. Allah encourages,

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motivates lead to bashira begin with dropping, to encourage the believers, the process was very appreciative, very encouraging one of the attributes of Elijah cool

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that Allah subhanho wa Taala is appreciative meaning, like, encourages, recognizes the deeds of people, the process that I'm used to encourage and recognize.

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Right and so similarly here, you see that the prophet SAW some would recognize people and encouraged them.

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They came back from

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the enemy is celebrating a victory.

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The enemy is celebrating a victory.

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If you were sitting on the outside looking in, we have Muslims know that Oh, hood was not a defeat. Because if 70 Sahaba died, they died as what Shahada we just talked about in the previous session will lead to feasibility.

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And

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right there in paradise being taken care of by Allah subhanaw taala. So we know that it wasn't a defeat, but it from the outside looking in the third party would say what the Muslims lost the coup for one. That's what they would have said. And here's the prophet SAW someone saying, honey, you did good. salvinorin he did good. abou Jana. Good job today out there. Right, the Prophet says is recognizing them as invincible, good job has been some way to go.

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He's recognizing people. And did you ever think about it?

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How much did the profits a lot isn't used to pay the Sahaba? on a monthly basis?

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That's right. He didn't.

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Right. What was your benefits package? Like?

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They didn't have one.

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How much did you have to pay them to go for the Battle of offered? He didn't.

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So how do you motivate people

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to the point where they'll give it to their lives? We can get people to give us 30 minutes of their time.

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We beg and plead for volunteers.

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Until finally we just kind of have to show up ourselves and do it.

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It's by employing the prophetic technique. Right so the promises and recognize people appreciate it people know the agenda husana Well, Abu

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Dhabi well, Khalid bin sama, like he's praising them, these guys did a great job out there today. Right? So this was the strategy of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the prophets a lot of them another narration, he said on the neighborhood last April in or know somebody had announced on that a lot safer. 11 fikar verificar illa Allah, that there is no sword like vulva that was a sort of the profits, a lot of them, it was possible for power because fakra is kind of almost like an indentation. So the sword was kind of designed it had like a design on it. So along the sword there were like these small indentations. And what they would actually do is because a lot of times about

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what happened like in the late morning, and sometimes even at noon time that when the sun would come down and it would hit that it would create like almost like imagine like a piece of glass that has like multiple edges, like a prism almost, or something that has kind of like some edges and how we would reflect in different directions. So the sunlight would reflect and they would like sparkle in the sun. It was very intimidating. So the profitsystem was gifted a sword like that called loofah right so they said there's no sword like little facom and there is no young man no young fighter like I live in America live with the Allahu taala

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anyways, going forward now the Prophet of Allah Allah the sunrise he's proceeding on through Medina, kind of consoling people visiting people who have lost family members.

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Manasa likes a lot of zombie daddy bunny Abdullah Shan is a very interesting another very interesting interaction. The prophets a lot of them pass through the neighborhood have been robbed and

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these were also unsolved Medina muslims for some era al buka wonder why Allah

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the Prophet sallahu heard he could hear family members crying, and mourning the loss of their loved ones.

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Further further rasulillah

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as he was walking through the streets, and he could hear people crying in the homes and mourning the loss of their loved ones, his eyes became welled up with tears for Baka in the tears started streaming down his face through Matala Lakin, Hamza lavake. And

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he said but Hamza

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Nobody cries for Hamza today.

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Everybody, someone is warning everyone today. Everyone who fell in the bat all the Shahada are being mourned by their loved ones sorry, but nobody cries for my uncle Hamza.

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Why? Because it was the police themselves who did this. Nobody cries for Hamza.

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Now, when the prophet SAW some just kind of made that comment,

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he was in pain. And he was just kind of noting the fact that helps Lakin Hamza lavake Allah who nobody cries for Hamza.

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Some of those leaders of the community of the unsaved like sobbing was, will say been laid, and others are the Allahu taala. And when they went home, and went to their neighborhoods, their tribes, and they said to them that, you know, how can you sit here and cry and mourn

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for your loved ones, when the loved one of Allah is, beloved, is not born? Hamza, who the prophets are some loved so much, no one warns him.

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No one is suffering, no one's crying for him. And this is bothering the prophets allottees, though.

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So it was part of the custom of the Arabs at that time, what they would call no ha.

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Right and know that they would kind of have like, almost like excessive crying, wailing is the word, they would have wailing. And if you don't understand what that means, you will kind of like almost like dramatically. It was almost like a performance. They were very dramatically and loudly and very demonstrative Lee, they would kind of like, mourn the loss of the deceased. So many women kind of gathered outside the home of the Prophet system started crying and screaming and talking about Hamza de la. No, the profits are some actually just come back from awkward. So he had laid down.

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He had like down just to kind of get some rest. And he had fallen asleep. He had dozed off. And so the profits are sort of kind of became startled for somebody.

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The process was startled when he heard this, he woke up, and he ran outside. And so what are you doing?

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What are you doing? And he said, We are crying for Hamza. And the prophets. A lot of them said, No, no, no, don't do this.

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And the books of Hadith, including a mumble hottie and others, they mentioned that this was the day, even Ahmed also mentioned this, that this was the day that the prophets Allah Salaam forbade the practice of whaling.

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And again, we saw earlier a woman collapse when she received the news of her husband, and the Prophet. Some didn't say, Hey, don't do that. We're not allowed to cry over that. No, he didn't say that. He actually recognized. So look how much his wife loves her husband. Right. But it was the dramatic, almost kind of like performed morning wailing that he forbade. So we should understand it's, it might, it might be kind of hard to determine for some folks that sometimes, but nevertheless, you have to make that distinction. And the idea that again, we sometimes have, right, especially folks who maybe come from certain cultures or communities, where they unfortunately have

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a lot of these types of practices. They can become kind of hypersensitive to these things and be like, No, no, just don't cry. Don't make any noise. Don't do this. Don't. Actually, that's also problematic, because it's inhumane.

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It's inhumane. It's insensitive.

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The prophet SAW someone's crying he hears people crying for homes and he starts to cry. In front of me, everyone sees him crying. It's in like a dozen narrations. He's crying, like in the Hamza lavake. Allah who nobody cries for my Hamza.

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Right. So crying, struggling, feeling pain, that's human. The Prophet system said, I'll call boo, boo Yasmin? Well, I knew.

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The heart grieves, it hurts. And the eyes, they shed tears. That's what a human being does. So we have to be careful not to go to the opposite extreme, where all of a sudden now you're forbidding like a mother crying over her child. That's inhumane. Right, but it is more of the performance and dramatic kind of like, performance that the professors have forbade on that day. But again, how did the profits doesn't forbid again, how do we end up even if we do see somebody getting out of line? How do we forbid it? Hey, hello, we don't do this ship. languages. Right? How do we do it? And how did the profits a lot of them do it? Let me tell you how the profits of some did it.

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For the profits of some said bajada. He went outside he said what's going on for LBW morality and salvini saw him.

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So they told him that look, some of the unsired heard you kind of talking about the fact that

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Nobody cares about Hamza.

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And so that's why they sent their women to come over here and you know, and the prophets, a lot of sell them for stock for Allah. The prophets a lot of these are made to offer them offer Allahu Allah. May Allah forgive all of you will have mercy on all of you.

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Well, Carla Hayden,

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any he appreciated them? I appreciate the gesture.

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I thank you for caring about me. And my uncle.

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Like, you understand. You're talking about forbidding the evil. This is called forbidding the evil. Or Carla Hayden. He said nice things to them. And then he said, Mahabharata, this is not what I wanted.

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Listen, my beloved, I'm sorry. This is not what I wanted. Well,

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I don't like this dramatic performance morning. I don't like it. It's not good. When Uh huh. And he said that don't do this again. All right. So this was how the profits a lot he said I'm forbade this particular situation and how he handled the particular scenario.

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The last thing that I mentioned here is that

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when the Muslims are they returned back from the battle level hood, some of them will appear to the hypocrites, they started, you know, taking again, seeing some of the initial loss or suffering, they started taking, you know, trying to take advantage of the situation. And they wherever they saw Muslims getting together, they would get together there, and they would say, locale and a B and mavado. Elena,

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that if this man Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, if he was really a prophet, they never would have beaten us mavado Allah, like he never would have been defeated when I will see them in Houma. ceiba the people who died wouldn't have died if he was really a prophet when I can. No huhtala Malkin, the cooloola who de la la, but he's just a he's just a king and a tyrannical ruler. He's just power hungry. He just wants more and more kingdom.

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And so the the who'd were saying some of these who were saying some of this as well. And then when Africans started saying local authority, una Masada como La Nina Saba minko. That look, when we left, remember what the mafia did when they reached your home? Abdullah? No babe in saloon, the leader of the hypocrites, he took his 300 people and went back. So they started telling the Muslims like you should have came back with us. your buddies would have been alive today if you would have come back with us.

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And so let's find out what Allah revealed the IRS at that time

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clarifying exactly who was right and who was wrong. And in the aftermath of that. The the conclusion of the Battle of war hood is actually quite a remarkable

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event that I'd like to mention here very briefly.

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So as I mentioned in his talk, and others mentioned that the band of offered was on a Sunday.

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Yes, sorry. No, it was on a Saturday, Saturday, the 15th of chawan. The following day on the Sunday which was the 16th of chawan. Because they had gone back to Medina at the end of the day. by Saturday evening. They were back in Medina, it's right outside of Medina, Sunday morning. The Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam meets a man who is coming from the direction of Mecca.

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So he asks him, how did you see Abu sufian and his army? And he says, Yes, I saw them and I stopped, and I heard them get a lava moon. I heard them regretting their decision.

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What were they regretting? Yoku Baba Baba? They were saying lambda SNA O'Shea and you didn't do anything. You didn't finish the job. A sub to Shaka Tell me what had the home tomato Dr. Mohan. Welcome to tea room

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that you took these people right to the edge into the brink but then you didn't push them over.

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You took them all the way to the end and then you didn't finish them off. You left them

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at the bottom and

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you left enough people there influential people to the point where they can get together again and come back at you for Amara Rasulullah sallallahu masaba who in the process have heard this? He commanded his companions everyone get back together? We'll be here.

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Many of them were very severely injured.

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Yakubu law do the professors from say get together we are going to go after Abu sufian in his army Li asthma with Anika so that they know

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what color like a panda Maria in LA and shahidullah Italia and then the process of gave a stipulation. He said the only people that are allowed to come with me are the same people who just got back from the battlefront

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only if you participate in awkward Can you come

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that's

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Abdullah

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Babe and salute the leader of the hypocrites he came in. He said, Mark, I will come with you. I will ride with you in the process of the law no go away. Nobody asked you to

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and the profit of a loss of law these items

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you know, recited the ayatollah revealed the ayat at that time, and Medina Serge Abu lillahi, wa rasuluh. The people who responded

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who showed up to respond to the call of God and His Messenger sallallahu Sallam may embody masaba

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even after they were severely injured, living in accelo, Minho, machaca choco Aruna been, that the people who strive with excellence and have God consciousness that Allah will reward them with a very great reward.

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A few Sahaba like Jabba bin Abdullah, who we talked extensively about in the previous session, whose father was killed and he had seven younger sisters. He asked the Prophet so I said that my father didn't take me very hard, because of my sisters do I have to come? And the Prophet system said, No, you stay, you stay. So he allowed for people to stay the prophets. A lot of these have also left Abdullah, even only Maktoum the old blind more than the Sahaba who is blind. He was one of them for the profits a lot he saw them. He left him in charge in Medina. But otherwise the profits a lot of them said everyone who came with us for for the battle has to come with us again now. And we're

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going to go after them. What are some of the Sahaba

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who were from the unsought they say one.

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One of the people have been Abdullah Abdullah shall he says Shahid to Anna was only for Jana. Jerry. Hi. He said, me and my brother Shaheed to Odin and our only me and my brother, we both participated in the battle board and when we came back, we were severely injured, like really badly injured from the battle for lemma as a known phenomenon as a new Rasulullah sallallahu taala doing when the deputy of the prophets a lot more the messenger of the messengers a lot is announced that we have to go boldly as I said to my brother, who is even more severely injured than I was to the point where he couldn't even walk properly at a futon or hospital

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will we missed an opportunity to go with the profits a lot he said no.

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But he said well lucky man and I mean deputy Nautica we didn't even have an animal to use this transportation why midnight allegedly.

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All we had was kind of like a heavy

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all we all we basically had was the fact that we were injured and not able to walk properly. So he says 400 Now we still went with the profits Alonzo Welcome to a sir Roger Harmon, who I was less injured than my brother for gamma either. winneba. So he started walking, but when it got to the point where he couldn't walk anymore, Hamilton hooked button.

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I carried him on my back.

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What am I shocked about that, and then when he was a little rested up, then he would walk for a little bit, then I would carry him on my back. And then you would walk for a little bit then I would carry him on my back and he would walk for a little bit and I was injured myself.

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This was the dedication that the companions had. The obedience that they had to align this messengers allottee so so they reached a place called hombre acid.

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And it was about eight miles outside of Medina. And they stayed there Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, they stayed there for three days. Now think about this injured, camping out in the desert for three days, possibly awaiting an enemy. Now something again very interesting happens and you see how when you sacrifice for Allah, and you do what the Messenger of Allah is telling you to do. Allah senses help in miraculous ways in an unexpected manner.

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That huzefa was a tribe who were affiliated with the Muslims, they were allies of the Muslims whose avenues are

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many of them there were some Muslims in Bahasa, but many of them were still cafard. Were not Muslim, and the leader of their tribe, whose name was Matt, but

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he was not Muslim yet.

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He would become a Muslim later, but right now as of this time, he was not Muslim. He hears about what happened at the bottom of our hood in the fact that he did not live too far away from home without lesson. So he hears that they're camped out near here he comes to visit the prophets a lot he somebody says yeah, Muhammad, Allah Allahu Allah tada azali nama Saba coffee as hubback O Muhammad. We were very sad and disturbed to hear what happened to you and your companions, honestly, when I did not anila McAfee him and I hoped that God would protect you and you would still be alive because I had heard some terrible rumors. I had heard some terrible rumors that you had been killed.

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But I'm happy to see that you are so safe and sound in the life

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and the profits a lot. He said I'm explain to him that this is why we're out here. So my bed says, Okay, let me help you out here. So my bed goes into the direction of Mecca until he reaches a place of Roja. And he has like a group of the people of husar with him. So he kind of rides out as an official delegation from Hosea.

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And he grinds down and he intercepts he meets with the army of the McKenzie Quraysh, at Roja outside America. And when he reaches there, what he finds is that Abou soufiane, similarly, because of all that talk, remember, oh, man, we took them right to the edge, but we didn't finish them off.

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Because of all of that talk. They've started to gather together and started to become determined that they will go and attack the Muslims and finish what they started.

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They said

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that they said so my analogy, Abdullah anastasija home, Lenovo, Lenovo Khurana Alibaba Team falana.

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Why should we go back before we have completely uprooted them? Let's go back and finish them off once and for all and be done with them. So when Abu fiancee's Marburg and he knows that he's from kusa, he lives a little bit outside of Medina is his ma Kamara, but what news do you bring Omar but then you see some kind of writing out with a flag and official delegation. He said Mohammed, Coronavirus Javi he says you should be careful about Sofia.

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Mohammed is coming with an army. Yet Lu confy Gemma en la misma who

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he comes with an army the likes of which I've never seen yet Hakuna Aleikum, heartbroken.

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They will eat you alive. You understand how angry and infuriated they are. But the HTML about a woman cannot holla for an houfy amico there are twice as many people back in Medina did not come to fight with him. And now he's gotten all of those people and everybody's coming with him.

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And he says v middle Halak Alaykum Shay, Amara Mithra who he says they have such a hatred for you. I've never seen anything like it again. These people will devour you. Because again, he kind of knew and also if you're new that the you know, the some of the bodies of the show had our mutilated and all of these things were done. He said these people are coming for you now. Oh, no, you don't want to make this mistake. You've poked the bear. You need to run you need to go in the opposite direction.

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So it was a fiancees way like metacoda Well, what are you talking about? Get out of here. You're crazy. What are you talking about? He says well lahemaa araca Tata Hata, terranova. cellophane. He says, I'm telling you I swear to God, if you go, the last thing that you will see is the the hooves

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of horses on your face.

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Like they will trample you to death. Don't make this mistake for a lucky man and Curatola him so if he answers that no no no wait we're ready Lena Silla shot photo. We're gonna finish them again. Marvin says for me and haka Dalek, look at this back and forth. He says, Look, I'm telling you don't do this. We're lucky look at the hamadani Mara a to Allah and pull up a beatin minutiae. He says, you know, when I saw them, I was moved to the point where I even, you know, I composed poetry.

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And that was a very, like, powerful form of expression. So he says, maculata What, what did you say? He said, I said, God that to huduma Swati Rafi allottee in Salat in ardabil Bill juden bobbili.

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He said that the earth is overrun by the sound of this army that is coming. Out of the Blue soudan Cyrano de la Vela indulekha evil emilian Margiela. He said that this is like an army of lions that are coming into the battlefield to finish off their enemy. For vol two I do one of them. A lot of them are Illa llama sammobile easson Raider MK Dooley. He said that I thought the entire Earth would become filled that's how huge their army was. And they were led by a man that you that nobody dare disgrace football to a Lebanon in Harbin, Milica eco erotica. irata hotma tell but how will bill Gili he said at that moment I thought to myself that Abu sufian is in big trouble. If you actually

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meet you in the battlefield

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in need Nadine, only Lil buslee Bahia Lika Lizzie Roberta Minho, Mama Cooley, he says I made up my mind at that time that I will go and warn the people of maca and anybody that has any semblance of it.

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Intelligence will heed my warning MinJae chiasma de la huashan canavalia well as a use of humor to Bill clearly, he says the army of Ahmed is coming.

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And do not underestimate them. Because what I'm describing is not something that can be overlooked. They are not something that to brush away or to brush off, they mean business. So when Abu Sofia and some of the leaders of the police heard this,

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they kind of felt a little bit of hesitation. And at that time, then they made up their mind that we should not proceed on towards Medina and fight them a second time. So my buddy who's Ari ended up helping the Muslims in this regard by not subjecting them to a second battle. Immediately. On the flip side, a man came writing from Abdullah face to face and he comes to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. He writes by there in the prophets, a lot of them asked him

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what is Abu sufian Did you hear anything? Did you see an army anything and he says Abou soufiane intends to come and fight you and he wants to come and finish you and destroy you. And the prophets a lot isms response was hesp una la when they are malarkey. Allah suffices for us analyze the best of caretakers and hadiza Buhari. Abdullah bin basmathi Allahu Allahu COVID. hacer una Laconia Malachy de said Allah Ibrahim Alayhi Salam Hina. Okay, for now, those are the words that Abraham Ibrahim Alayhi Salam said when he was thrown into the fire, but Allah Muhammad and Hina kalu and that is exactly what the prophets a lot easier said.

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When he was informed in the NASA jamala calm, the people have gathered against you for show, don't be afraid of them for his other home imana he increased in his email, Allah increase them in their email makalu and the believers they responded has been Allahu Allah ki Allah subhanho wa Taala is sufficient for us. And he is the best of caretakers. So that was exactly how the Prophet of Allah salallahu alayhi wa sallam ended up responding to the threat that they might actually come fight. But they didn't end up coming back to fight even though the Muslims camped out there for three days waiting for them, because Marvin Jose was able to convince them not to come and fight the Muslims a

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second time which was his own contribution.

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And the way that he kind of helped out the Muslims at that particular time.

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And so after camping out there at a hombre acid for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, your mother's name yom with your moolah and Yamanaka. For three days after camping out there, the prophet of Allah salatu salam finally ended up returning back to the city of Medina. And that was basically the conclusion of the Battle of our hood. There's a very interesting kind of another very interesting interaction, if you will, that occurred at this time, when the prophets a lot of them went back now to Medina, even after Asad, the second trip

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every Friday, when the prophets a lot of them would gather, the Muslims are gathered together for the Juma prayer before the prophets a lot of them would give the hotbar Abdullah bin obey even salute the leader of the hypocrites, kind of to almost position himself as you know, just that Look, Look guys, I'm actually in charge of the community. I only just let this guy run the community when I have a villa. Right. what he would do is he would stand up every Friday, and he would address the people who would go stand in the front and he would address the people and he would say, a yohannes Oh, people have Rasulullah henbane of Hootie calm. This is the messenger of God Captain Obvious

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right this is the messenger of God, a chroma qumola who be he God has honored you by placing him amongst you. Well as a combi he, he has strengthened you by placing him amongst you from Sudoku. So ATM assist him well as who support him was not Allah who listened to him? Well, I'll tell you who and obey Him. And then he would sit down and then the profits a lot of time would be like, okay, whatever and then the processing would start the football. And this guy Abdullah bin babe and saloon would kind of do this, you know, dramatic business every single week. Again, to just kind of say like, Look, I am giving him the mic. Right? He would do this every week and the promises I'm just

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humored me then whatever. Right?

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Until the Friday after bud or hood and hammer Allah said and everything was done. Because Saturday was Sunday they when they left again, Monday to

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They wouldn't say they stayed on camera said Thursday they come back to Medina the following day is Friday July. They get together for the Juma prayer. The prophets a lot of them sits down

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Abdullah goes to stand up a bunch of Muslims grab him and they sit him back down and they tell him ageless a I do a lot. Oh when we have God sit down, like sit yourself back down. Right they sit him down and he said well lucky less than it could be. You don't deserve to get to introduce a messenger of God will cut Sonata Masada when you did what you did. Like you abandon the Muslim army you abandon the Prophet ism and took off with your 300 people. Oh, he didn't listen to me, so I'm not gonna fight with him. Now. You did that. Well, guess what? You don't get to do this anymore. So sit down.

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So he got so offended for Jalla tatari Urbanus, he started just running through the machine. Like just started jumping over people just to get out of the machine. And he was so upset. He was saying, Well, lucky, lucky to be drawn

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in come to a shadow. They're acting as if I cursed him out. I was only gonna like praise Him and support him and help him directly as if I curse him out. So a bunch of the unsolved for lucky yahoodi gentlemen on xrb babble machine, a bunch of unsolved showed up at the door of the machine. They're like, slow your roll. What What's the problem? Right? For Callaway like malloc, when you have something to say? Do you have something to say? And these are unsolved? These are like the people that he used to rule over before. They're like, do you have anything you'd like to say?

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And he was like, come to shadow Umrah who I was just gonna stand up and say something nice about him. For whatever illegally, gentlemen as hobby, he adds the Fulani, where you only Fulani, a bunch of his people against he only talks about them to his people. A bunch of his people got up and they pulled me down and he started yelling at me and cursing me out like an apple to Busan. And

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they're acting as if I cursed them out. I was only going to say nice things. Calaway luck. They said, Listen, watch yourself.

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All right, we're gonna tell you one last time you watch yourself, ears, hear yourself, relax, Rasulullah

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you are missing the point. You need to go back, sit down in front of the Prophet. So someone asked him for forgiveness. And asked him to ask Allah to forgive you

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because of abandoning the Muslims on the neighborhood? And he said, Well, lahemaa absolutely as saphira Lee says, swear to god, I will never ask Mohammed to ask forgiveness on my behalf. And that's kind of how we, even though he had done it before. This is how we reinforced the fact that his Norfolk, and his hatred and his animosity for the Prophet of Allah sallallahu sallam. So hood, again, as we talked about before, that even though it was a very difficult experience and moment, but it had its own benefit aside from the Shahada, and kind of showing that strength of the Muslims. It also helped to kind of clarify who was who, in Medina, and the community of the Prophet

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sallallahu sallam. And this is basically the last major event of the third year of the hijra of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. We talked about the third year of hijra

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basically, oh, I also wanted to mention, you know, the culture of the Sahaba was such that when he comes out of the Allahu taala and who was Shaheen, he had a daughter named Amara

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Amara, how do we how would we handle that in our community? Right girl that is orphan who's gonna look after her Do you can do you know somebody? Can you find a place first they can you find a place? Can you find a place? Can you find a family? Can you find a family, we're trying to pawn it off.

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We're trying to outsource it.

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They were so motivated to take care of the daughter of hams out of the Allahu terrano and give her a home and a family that they actually started fighting with each other. I live in Italy observed in Hadith and Jaffa, Jaffa Batalla de la Catalano. They were all arguing with each other who will adopt the daughter of Hamza. Finally the prophets. A lot of them decided for Java, because Java his wife was the sister of that girl's mother.

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There was a double relation. So Jennifer's life was also the the girls Karla, her maternal aunt, and the prophets a lot a subset of Kala to be mancilla till the holla is like a mother. The maternal aunt is like a mother. So then she went into the care of the family of Jaffa, radi Allahu Allahu, and we've talked about this before. Some of the major other events of the third year of digital was that Arthur had been a fan earlier this year and Robert Irwin was married to the third daughter of the prophets a lot of Tomokazu

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And similarly, earlier in this year, Fatima radi Allahu taala and her

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gave birth to Hassan, radi Allahu taala. And who and towards the end of the year, she also became pregnant with Hussein, about the Allahu taala and who so that their birth in conception, we're also in the third year of digital and that concludes our discussion about the third year of AGI and inshallah, in the coming sessions. We'll start with the fourth year of the prophets, a lot of them stay in the city of Medina. May Allah subhanaw taala grants us all the ability to practice everything we've said and heard and May Allah subhanaw taala grants Allah for the prophets Allah, Allah Subhana Allah Subhana Allah May

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