Seerah 121 – The incident of Bir Ma’oona

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handle our salatu salam ala rasulillah who Allah Allah He was a three h many. inshallah continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a siracha number we had the prophetic biography.

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Previously, we were studying about the beginning of the fourth year of the fourth year of the prophets a lot he sums residents in the city of Medina. And in the beginning of the fourth year, we talked about a couple of different incidents and campaigns that took place at that time. And a lot of it seems to be kind of a carry over effect from the battle level hood and the outcome of the battle level hood. So in the similarly right here in the beginning of the fourth year of hedger in the month of suffering, which is the second month of the year. So this is kind of somewhat going on, at the same time as the previous incidents that we talked about, which were my husband, Roger vere,

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there was the execution of the prisoners that were taken, there was the camp, the expedition have been omiya A Domini. So basically, while all this is going on right here, in the very beginning of the fourth year of digital, there was one of the most tragic events of the Medina and period. One of the most tragic events of the Medina and period was right here in the beginning of the fourth year of his job. And that is that in the second month in the month of suffer

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these and what's very fascinating is that of course, all the books have seen it all like even this has been a sham, walk it even caffeine and many, many others all talk about this particular incident. But this incident is narrated in a lot of detail within the Sahara remember hideyo Allahu taala. And so many of the narrations that basically I'm going to be pulling a lot of the

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incident in the story from are coming from this human body. So it mentions Anna signo Malika, the Allahu taala and who he says that someone had come from the someone had come to Medina and requested the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to send

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some individuals in order to be able to teach Islam and to be able to preach Islam and spread the message of Islam. So the Prophet this request was presented before the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. And it more specifically, talks about that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had a little bit of hesitation, even. So aboot barah ameriglo Malik, who was called Mueller, he was a sinner, which basically means the like an expert of the swords a man who plays with swords. And so he came to the profits lobbies him in the city of Medina. And the prophets, a lot of them called him to Islam told him about Islam and told them to embrace and accept Islam. The man did not accept Islam I'm even

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Malik Abu Bara he did not accept Islam. However, at the same time he was he seemed like he was intrigued. He didn't completely reject or refuse the proposal of accepting Islam either. So he said, Yeah, Mohammed, Mohammed salatu salam low battery gentlemen as Habiba. Illa Allah, Nigeria, the owner, Camila amrik, Raja NSG, Bullock, he said, Look, I'm still somewhat on the fence. I'm willing to consider this further. But if you could send a few people, if you could send some very good, knowledgeable, dedicated individuals, I will take them in the direction of nudged and over there if they were to come and preach on your behalf. I'm very optimistic that you would find a lot of people

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willing to believe

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the prophets a lot. He said I'm even told him he said India sha Allah him and managed I fear for

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them in regards to the people have nudged because I'm not sure if I can trust those individuals. So this individual who came to recruit the Sahaba, he says, inelegant geralyn No worries, I will personally guarantee their safety for Botha Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on Monday Rama Ahmed alumina, aha bunny Sarita

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Leah moochie barbarina, Raja Raja mesabi, human clear and muslimeen Fie Malhotra tableau, some sigma were her amagno mill Han who bunny Abdullah Java otherwise known as Madden salt as tsunami, whenever I've been boo de la mer have been for a DA mo la de Baca fish, Alameda muslimeen. So the prophets a lot is appointed, as amended by an AMA. And along with that some narrations mentioned that there were 40 individuals that were sent. However, some of the scholars of the cedaw have given more credence and preference to the next narration that says that there were 70 individuals that were sent, and they contain some very,

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some very extraordinary individuals and people some of their names I just read. One of the interesting one of the most very key individuals was I might have been for Hadar, who was a freed slave of Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala. And who, and he had also assisted the prophets allottee seminar, Abu Bakar when they were trying to make the migration when they were trying to perform the hijab. So they they go with this individual Abu Berra.

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And until they arrive at a place called beat mountain now, the well of Mount Runa be tomorrow. Now that was the name of the place.

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And what he had been out of the bunny I'm Eduardo Gibney Sulaiman, he was kind of in between the territory's governed and run by two different tribes. So, when they stop there Now, another thing is that these Sahaba mumble howdy Rahim Allahu taala, the very first narration that he brings in regards to this particular incidence of being morona. The first thing that he mentions is that Botha Rasulullah has a lot this is a very narrow julen, rehydrating, you call him raw, that the prophets a lot of them sent 70 individuals who used to be called Aleppo raw. Now alpha raw normally means researchers of the Quran. But it wasn't they weren't raw how we interpret that word. They weren't

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just simple, simple reciters of the Koran or people would just nice voices, but Rob meant that they were dedicated students of the Quran, right, the sahabas, the the, the understanding and the paradigm of the Sahaba, when it came to the Quran was very different than ours, we call somebody an expert with the Quran and somebody recites with a nice voice, or somebody can memorize, you know, a certain amount of portions of the Quran. However, in the in the understanding of the Sahaba, which they learned from the profits a lot, they send them

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a true body, a true reciter of the Quran, with somebody who not only recited it, not only someone who would memorize it, but this was also somebody who would study it, understand it, live by it, preach and call to it, like somebody who lived a life of the unsolvable, or on somebody who was dedicated to the Quran. So this is how they're described. So these were not just, you know, any Sahabi is, of course, a very remarkable individual, because he's a student of the messengers a lot, he said them, but amongst the students, the Sahaba, these were 70 individuals who are now being utilized by the prophets, a lot of them to teach others that are on. So they were like the teaching

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assistants of the prophets, a lot of these and when it came to teaching, the Book of Allah subhanaw taala. So it should tell you about their status and their level. And the prognosis allottee some selected, selected them, he hand chose them to go to be able to go and teach and preach the message over there.

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And the reality of these individuals to kind of better understand them and exactly what happened and transpired the reality of these individuals was that majority of them are a lot of them were from whom we call the US Hubble sofa. And the US Hubble so far were people who were so devoted and dedicated to the study of the Koran and the book of Allah subhanaw taala, that they wouldn't even preoccupy themselves with work or business. And so they were people, a very meager humble means. and due to that fact, they used to stay within the machine. They used to live within the machine, they would eat whatever would be brought for them, and they would spend day and night reading and

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learning the book of Allah and the Sunnah of the prophet SAW the sun and they were very dedicated, full time students of the profits a lot incentive. So because of that now, they didn't necessarily have a lot of, you know, financial means

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provisions. So what it mentions about them is that can we ask that the buena bin hurry while you're soluna belay?

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That as they were traveling, what they would do is during the daytime, so they would make periodic stops, like maybe every three days, or every five days, or every so many so on and so forth. After a certain amount of time, they would make a stop on their journey, they would set camp, they would spend the day collecting, you know, wood in the area, like they would, you know, chop up firewood and things like that. And then they would sell that in that area, to the people who lived in that region. Right. So they would spend the day while they are traveling, they would stop, they would go, they would collect wood and firewood and chop it up and prepare it for sale. And then they would

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take it into the nearby town or village, and they would sell it there. And then after selling it that little bit of money that they were able to acquire that would now hold them over for the next couple of days. And this is a very interesting,

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you know, a very actually powerful lesson that we need to really understand and learn.

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So let's kind of put the pieces together rule here, I want to pause real quickly. And I want to put the pieces together just so we understand exactly what we're learning.

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These are individuals who have dedicated themselves full time to the study of the deen.

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And they don't have any expectations in regards to that. They're not looking for somebody to give them a stipend.

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They're not looking for somebody to support them. They're not looking for somebody to set them up nicely. They understand that if I'm studying the deen, I'm not doing anyone any favors. Of course, the community should always understand the value of such individuals who will study the deen because they can come back and serve the community. But those individuals themselves who study the deen, they need to understand that they're not doing anyone any favor, they need to operate with that mindset.

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And that entitlement is something that has not only played a lot of students of knowledge in our day and age, but it's something that has really gotten quite out of hand.

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Where you know, and this is probably due to the fact that we overall are products of a culture and a society that breeds entitlement within us, and self delusions within us. But there's just this mindset has become very, very common and predominant, where if I'm doing something for the dean than where I'm studying the religion, then I am somehow doing the entire world a favor. And therefore everyone needs to help me. Everyone needs to facilitate this for me, everyone needs to take care of me Everyone needs to respect me, you can start to see the problem that's starting to, you know, build up over here. That this this mindset and this attitude that is being developed is completely

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antithetical to what that individualist study, you're starting, you're learning you're supposed to be learning to submit to a lot, and to follow in the footsteps, like almost as a servant, to follow in the footsteps of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam you're learning to be humble.

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And to consider your art, you're supposed to be learning to be humble and consider your honor and blessing to be able to do something for the deen of Allah in any capacity. But instead it's cultivating completely the opposite mindset. And that's very, very problematic. Now, we're not done yet with these individuals. This is why we studied the life of the prophets a lot, he said, and by the way, this is exactly the reason why. So those are those individuals, they sleep in the machine they don't have, they don't have a home. They sleep in the masjid, they eat whatever somebody you know can bring or some leftovers from somebody's household, eat whatever they can get their hands on

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just in order to be able to survive.

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And why because I'm trying to learn the deen of Allah.

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On top of all of that, now the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam calls on them.

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And he's closed on them. And he says that I need you to leave here now and travel far away, and go all the way out there and teach and preach the religion of Islam, to the people that you come across.

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Right, you're being sent out on this noble, divinely ordained prophetically inspired mission.

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Again,

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right as crazy as it seems, or it sounds

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that the individual should be honored by this

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The individual should be honored by this and should feel extremely,

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you know, blessed and honored

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that I am being allowed to serve the deen of Allah subhanaw taala. In such an amazing and profound capacity, I get to be a part of something so special.

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Now, here again, let's observe the mindset. So they are so honored and privileged to be able to learn and study the deen the religion.

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That what do they do? They set out they don't bring to anyone's attention. They don't go and complain. Oh, but you know, I don't have this or I don't have that I don't have this type of money. I don't have this type of food and supplies. And no,

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absolutely.

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I would love to go. Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity. And they set out

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really reality sets in and in two, three days, they don't have anything to eat.

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So what do they do? This is where it's, it would seem bizarre to us

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that they have been sent by the prophets, a lot of them to go preach a song. They stop in the middle of their journey. They roll up their sleeves, they head out into the woods, they chop down trees, they cut the pieces up manual labor, they produce like logs, firewood, and then they strap it onto their backs. They carry it over into the next town, the next village, they set up shop over there and they sell it and get very just, you know, again, how much are you going to be able to sell firewood for

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you're basically just charging for the convenience of chopping it down and bringing it to them. So natural resource. So they're not able to make a lot of money, they're able to make a little bit of money and they've got loads of money and they buy enough food to hold them over for the next couple of days. And then they set out again. And again, when they run out of food then they get back to manual labor and work.

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Now compare that with, again, the very problematic mindset that has become all too common in our times.

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Right where again, I talked about the being the student of knowledge aspect of it. But now if we're told, if we're asked if we're requested to do something for the deen of Allah subhanaw taala. Now we're waiting for, you know, the Welcome Wagon.

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We're waiting for all the big fuss and hoopla and the red carpet and the all the you know, fancy setup.

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Now, again, I reiterate here, the community should always value people who served the dean, I'm not trying to say that the community should have like this absurd mindset, by no means. But I'm moreso talking about those of us who might find ourselves in the position of where we're being called on

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that we should consider it so much of our own privilege and blessing to be able to serve the deen of Allah subhanaw taala in any way, that if I have to use my own time, my own dime, in fact, to use my own money, and I have to take care of myself. And I have to even end up investing something into this. What an absolute honor and pleasure.

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But at the very least the entitlement that we are plagued with,

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that needs to be remedied. And that's something we learn directly from the Sahaba the companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam where they felt it to be their honor. And

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above everything else, a third part of this

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what you suddenly on a belay

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that while they are traveling dear travelers, they're on a journey. They stop, they work all day long to be able to just get enough food to survive for the next couple of days. But at night, they still stand up and they pray.

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And they still wake up in the night and they offer prayers and read the Quran and make dua.

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Like there's no excuses being made here.

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Because they understand I'm not doing anyone any favors.

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Because if you really start going through this process logically, if I'm acting like I'm doing someone a favor,

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if I'm acting like I'm some huge gift of God, to humanity, then let's logically go through the process. Who am I doing a favor? Would anyone dare ever claim they're doing a law a favorite? No.

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During the Dean of a law favor, absolutely not doing the community a favor.

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Then again, who has guaranteed who's who has basically taken responsibility of providing guidance, a law so you're not even doing the community a favor? Do you consider yourself irreplaceable? Because then that would still necessitate the fact that you're somehow behaving in a manner that says that Allah subhanaw taala couldn't find anyone else to do this. And that's still pretty

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problematic. So you end up with the final conclusion, I'm not doing anyone any favors, except myself.

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So then where's this type of mindset and his attitude and his conduct coming from? Right. So this is something very powerful that I wanted to point out here about this particular campaign. So going back to where we were talking about,

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so this is the manner in which you're traveling, so they travel until they arrive at the place of be tomorrow. Now, when they arrive there.

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There is an individual in that particular area, his name is Ahmed been up to fail.

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Amit been to fail. I've been a to fail to fail. He is a very nefarious individual. Aside from what we're going to read about what he ended up doing over here, there's another interaction that this individual had with the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam, as well, that kind of tells you about how problematic this particular man was. And that was that he had actually come before to meet with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And he when he met the prophets, a lot a Salaam he told the prophets a lot, he said that I am going to give you three options. He tells the profits a lot of him, I'm gonna give you three options. Number one, is that Yeah, who knew? Like I knew Sally when he added mother

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that you will preach to the people of you know, the better ones. And I will run the cities, you go out there and you can deal with the bad ones, but I will run the cities. That will be my territory. Right? So as if he's trying to broker a deal with the prophets, Allah says number two Oh, Hakuna otaku, Holly fetac. or number two is that fine, you preach your religion, and you let it go as far as it goes and spread as far as it spreads. But after you are done, like whenever you die, I will become your successor you will proclaim and, you know, make this proclamation before your death that I will succeed you as the King and the ruler of Arabia.

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Number three is or I will go and raise an army of 100,000 men from annual hot fun, which was thought if in that particular region, I will raise an army I will build an army of 100,000 men

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and then come and fight you. One day might not be today might not be tomorrow, but I'm going to be working on building an army and I will come in I will fight you and I will defeat you. He had said this other prophets, a lot of him in the prophets, a lot of them told him you need to go now.

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And so this individual did not have a very good history with the profits, a lot of them and with the Muslims. He was not far from that region where they had stopped being Mr. Owner. He wasn't far from there. So harangue abnormal Han, who was a Sahabi, who was a part of this group. When the Notable people in this group.

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They they wrote a letter basically, or they had a letter from the prophets a lot. He said, I'm calling you know him to Islam, and they went to go deliver that letter. They sent him to go deliver that letter to him.

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So when Rama bloomin Han radi Allahu de Sahabi takes the letter of the prophets a lot. So he takes it to this man Ahmed,

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to deliver it to him that the messengers a lot of them has written you a letter trying to talk some sense into you. Let me understand kitabi hodeida Allah Rasool Allah who,

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he didn't even open the letter, he took the letter from his hand and then stabbed her on the Allahu taala and on the spot and killed him.

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He didn't even read the letter, he took the letter in one hand, and he stabbed him with the other hand, finish him off on the spot. Then he called out to his people bunny Ahmed, and he said, Come with me. And we will go and slaughter all these Muslims that have come in our area. Let's go and finish them off. By the way, the Sahaba radi Allahu taala were not combatants. They were going on a basically like a peaceful missionary type, you know, journey. So they were there as missionaries they were there as preachers. And so he's saying let's go and slaughter all of them. Let's go and massacre them his own people turned him down

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and they sell them no land no Farah Baba Ababa. They said no, abou Bara, remember the man who had come to Medina and not become Muslim, but he wasn't a bad person. He had not become Muslim. And he had told the professor some send some

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People with me. They said no, a Buddha gave them protection. We will not violate the protection of a Buddha.

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So he says okay, so he goes over to the nearby tribes that people have been Musulin, whose names the tribes or the the families within the tribe per se, RI and the clan and Cora, there were four families within the tribe of Banu Sylvain. They were also Uriah islandic, that one and para, he goes to this particular tribe and he says, Why don't you come with me, and we will massacre the people are Mohammed salatu salam, and they agreed to go with him. So they go and they ambush the Sahaba about 70 companions, they completely surround them, they ambush them.

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And when they realize that they're surrounded, they basically tried to do whatever they can, in order to defend themselves had taco de la creme. But each and every single one of them was killed. They literally massacred

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the only survivor on the spot who was present there. So there were about 70 people that were there. One of them was the messenger who was killed by this man, Ahmed. As soon as he delivered the letter of the messengers a lot he sent him, there were two more individuals that I'll talk about in just a minute who were sent by the group to go and graze some of their animals. So they were sent out to graze the animals so they were a little bit far away.

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Amongst the remaining people, however many they must have been 6760, some odd whatever.

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All of them were massacred. Only one of them survived, survived. His name was garbage news eight.

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And the reason why he survived he was injured, will be hearing from he was stabbed he was injured. But he was buried under some of the bodies of his companions. So basically, he was stabbed he fell, and then more of the Sahaba were killed and their bodies fell on top of him in such a way and he was unconscious when he fell, that they just thought that he was dead just like the rest of them. He woke up a little while later to find themselves buried amongst the bodies of his companions. So he was the only one who survived on the spot. He would eventually go back somehow limp back to Medina arrived there at the profits a lot he said I'm informed the profits lobby some what happened. And in

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the following year, which will we will learn about inshallah soon enough. And that is about the conduct the Battle of the trench. He was Shaheed in that particular battle. And so that's what happened over here at this particular spot. There were two, as I mentioned, who had been sent by

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there were two who had been sent to go and take the animals for grazing, one of them was going to be omega, who we talked about in the previous campaign, and another man from the unsought whose name is not noted. The two of them, they talk about it that they were over there, you know, grazing the animals, and one of them, they have no idea of what's going on. They were so far away, they couldn't hear anything, they couldn't see anything. One of them looks over there, and he says in the playdough, Alaska

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he sees scavenger birds starting to circle around the area where their camp was set up.

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And it's such a huge amount of the scavenger birds that are starting to circle around and congregate there that he said that looks like something bad.

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That's something really bad.

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So they both run back for either ofI Dima em, they run back but they find all of their companions

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dead so so completely in their own blood.

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And the the people who had attacked them, we're not still not too far away. So the I'm sorry, the uncertainty. I'm going to be in Romania. He says, Ira and unhackable Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam for no phobia who uncovered we should go run back to Medina and go tell the prophets a lot. He said what happened and what transpired? De Ansari says lacking the llama polyakova been FC and molteni.

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Rama mama control you Houdyshell. So the answer he says no such amazing individuals, men who are much much better than me have fallen at this particular spot. I will not be able to live with myself if I leave here like this. So he runs up to people who have basically killed everybody. And he attacks them. And of course, you know very unfortunately and tragically he's also Shaheed he's also killed

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in omega Domini. He's

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captured and taken prisoner,

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he is delivered to that man who had set up this entire thing I may have been up to fail, he's delivered to him, I may have been up to fail, finds out that this man had been Romania, the Sahabi, who has been captured, he finds out that he belongs to

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a tribe that he has some relationship with. So he finds out that he belongs to a tribe that he has some type of a relationship with. So what he does, he does something very bizarre, but I guess he was a part of their superstition and culture. At that time, he shaved his head,

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he shaved his head to basically make him look like a slave. Because that's what they would do to the slaves at that time, they would shave, they would make the they would keep the heads of the slaves, shaving, they would shave their heads. And so he shaves his head, and then he releases him. And he says that I had made a promise to my mother that I would free a slave. So let you go ahead and be that slave that I'm freeing on behalf of the promise that I've made to my mother. And so I'm going to be an omega. He says, okay, you know,

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I'm not sure what's going on with you, but good enough for me. And so I'm gonna bring omega radi Allahu taala and he leaves there, and he's making his way back to Medina. Now, by this time, you know, this is a very tragic situation. We talked about 70 preachers, students of the Quran of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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have come here to preach. They are all massacred.

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One of them who was injured but seemed like he was dead, gets up and makes it back to Medina. But before he even makes it back to Medina, the prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam receives the news via, you know, Revelation and from jabril alayhi salam

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that he says to the Sahaba in Baku, Cebu

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in order to save your companions, your friends have been killed, were in a hurry.

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But they may do are to their to their master Allah for Adora ba, ba, ba ba, ba, da da da, da da da, da, for for us.

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But he says that your friends have been killed. But they asked their masterless prenowitz Allah that Allah, please inform our brothers, not only what happened with us, but also please inform our brothers and let our brothers know that Allah We are pleased with you when you are pleased with us.

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And so the prophets, a lot of them informed the Sahaba that this is a message, the last dollar that comes to you from your brothers who are massacred viciously and terribly.

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also tells the Sahaba about one specific Sahaba Ahmed bin for Hadar, who I talked about earlier he was a freed slave of Abu Bakar the Allahu taala Anu and he had assisted the prophets also manabu Buchan in the journey of the hedger. He was considered a very high ranking specialist or hobby even amongst themselves in their community. So seminary he has mentioned that somebody specifically asked about him and some narrations mentioned the profits, a lot of them told them that when

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Ahmed bin Phu Hadar, he was stabbed, he was stabbed by someone in the back.

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When this whole massacre was going on, he was stabbed by someone in the back. And when the narration says that he reaches back to his wound, and his hand is soaked with blood, he takes that blood and he puts it on his head, marks his head would that blood and he says please do what I've been Kaabah I have succeeded. I swear by Allah I am successful.

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That I have been killed for the sake of the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala that I have lost my life preaching and calling people towards the oneness of Allah subhanaw taala and towards the book of Allah. He says By Allah, I am successful. And a little bit of an interesting thing, the reason why he takes that blood and he stains himself with that blood is because we know about the Shahada, when they will be raised under the resurrection, they will be raised with their wounds and with the blood still on them. So he was putting that blood on his head so that it will be visible on the Day of Judgment.

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That it will be a source of honor that I gave my life for the deen of Allah. So he reaches back and he puts up blood on his head he says foodstore herbal Kava, something very interesting happens. The individual who stabbed him his name was Jabbar.

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His English Jabbar he asked someone afterwards

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Hey, I have a question.

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The question I have is

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the man wonder when these Muslims when these people of Mohammed salatu salam, who when we were massacring them, I stabbed him. And when I stopped him, he said to him is your battery's dead? us taking an oath? He was swearing by God, I get that part. But he said fuzu

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which is the Arabic verb for I have succeeded? I have attained success I have passed.

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He says, I don't mama Napoleon.

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Does that mean? I don't understand. So somebody told him Jani be Jenna. He's saying that he attained paradise.

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He was so affected by that.

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He said silica will lie. He said, You know, there's something to what this man is saying. And it really struck him and it hit him It almost like like we say, you know, it haunted him.

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And the narration mentions, what can he brings this particular narration, that after some time, Jabbar would become Muslim because of this,

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he would become Muslim, and then he would tell the story, let me tell you how I became most.

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Right. So very, very interesting.

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After he stabbed him, in the book of the Maha Xia Musab in October, it says I might have been for Hadar, you know, I may have been a to fail the evil man who had orchestrated this massacre. He wanted to desecrate the body of Ahmed bin for hate him. He wanted to mutilate the body of Ahmed bin felina why because he was going around the battlefield asking al Mohler to be back.

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Where's the freed slave of Abu Bakar because in the Sahaba, at the time of the Sahaba, when you when somebody free to save like a walk out of the Allahu taala, who did in the case of bilateral the Allahu anhu, and it had been for Hadar and many others, when, when the Sahaba they freed a slave, that person basically would become a part of the family. They would like adopt that person into the family and help that person get on their feet and figure out how to live life. So they become a very close member of the family. And that's why Abu Bakar Allahu Allah, Allah was able to trust him in assisting him in the prophets, a lot of a sudden while they were trying to travel migrate from Mecca

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to Medina, even though there was everyone was looking for them. So this evil man I'm going to fail, wanting to further you know, in insult the profits a lot. He said I'm by insulting aboubaker because he knows overworking means a lot to the profits a lot. He said, he goes around the the area after the massacre aina, mula abeba. I've heard that the freed slave of worker, like an extended family member of a blue bucket is here. Where is he?

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And some of the narrations mentioned that he couldn't find his body anywhere.

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He couldn't find his body. And then some of the narrations mentioned that when he looked up, he saw that his body was lifted up and raised up into the sky by the angels to protect his body from being mutilated by this man. And the angels were protecting his body up in the sky, keeping his body out of the grasp of this evil man.

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Like such miraculous things.

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So as I was mentioning before, after all of this happened, you know, the one injured man makes it back to Medina, the two people who had gone to graze the animals one of them is also killed. I might have been Romania somebody is captured. But then very strangely, you know, he's almost his head is shaved and he's fried as like some type of weird superstitious practice of that man, I might have been up to fail. So now he starts going back to he starts making his way back to Medina. Now something very, very interesting happens here.

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What happens over here is as I'm going to make Domini is making his way back to Medina.

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He stops at a place where a lot of travelers would stop. There's like a big tree, there's a little bit of water in the area, like a rest area, right? A watering hole, he stops there. He goes in he sits down under the shade of the tree. There are two other men sitting by the shade of the tree.

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Now I'm gonna be an Omega you can imagine he six you don't like 68 of his friends. He just saw them massacred.

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Right and and so you can imagine are shaking up he is how scared he is How kind of you know almost like there's traumatized he is. So maybe there's a little level of paranoia even. So he's sitting there and he can't help but notice these two guys sitting there as well. And he's kind of worried. I wonder if they if they're from them and if they're looking for me if they're gonna try to grab me right he's he's traumatized.

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So he asks them, man and tuba, where are y'all from? And they said, Men bunny army.

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We are from Burma, Ahmed. But what

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is the tribe of that man who orchestrated the massacre?

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He they say we are from that tribe. They don't mention him, but they see that's the tribe that we belong to.

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So, America knowmia. You know, imagine again, I can talk about what his condition is right now, traumatize he is. So he just sits down quietly says, okay, that's nice. He just sits down quietly. And he waits. And both of them, they're travelers. So they fall asleep, they lay down and they fall asleep. As soon as they fall asleep, he jumps up and he kills both of them in their sleep.

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Because he's just, he's worried, right? He's, he's traumatized. He just saw 68 of his friends get massacred. So

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he, he goes back to Medina, he makes his way back to Medina. When he gets back to Medina, he tells the prophets a lot, he said, What happened, not only what happened in the massacre, but then he is also and this shows the honesty and the forthcoming ness of the Sahaba that he tells the prophet SAW from the local messenger of God, I'm not sure right or wrong. But I was, I was on edge, my nerves were fried. I just been through such a traumatic experience. And I met two people from that same tribe of that man who did this to us. And I just stabbed and killed both of them in their sleep.

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The prophets, a lot of them, say La delta t lane, you should not have killed those two men.

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You should not have killed those two men. First of all, those two men didn't do anything to you, number one, number two, they are not even a part of that man's plan. Because if you go back to the story, you remember that man, the evil man, I made it better to fail. When he kills the messenger who brings a letter of the Prophet so many tells his tribe, let's go and kill all these people of Muhammad Salah he said, and what does it do his own people say? They say no, no, no, no, we're not a part of this. We're not doing this. He ends up going and recruiting people from another tribe. So the prophets, a lot of them says he acted of his own accord. See, this is the justice in the

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fairness of the prophets a lot. He said, Oh, I bring this up almost, it seems you know, very, very regularly. And you know, time and time again. But for all the accusations and all the distortion of the life of the prophets, a lot of them were people want to try to paint a picture of as if like those profits, a lot of the Sahaba will either below or bloodthirsty just going around massacring people and killing people and picking fights. The prophets, a lot of them very easily could have said fine, they belong to his tribe. So what collective guilt but the prophets a lot of them is not that the prophets a lot easier to establish order and Justice punakha wamena, Bucharest, Shahada,

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Allah, stand for what is right, as witnesses before God.

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Because if you play around with justice, you still have to answer to Allah. So stand for justice, knowing that you have to stand before a loss.

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So the prophets and lobbyism says no, no, no, his tribe did not take place in the massacre. This is the this is the conduct this these are the actions of an individual. So we are not going to hold the whole tribe accountable. We're not gonna go there and start killing people from that tribe. That's not how we operate. And so the profits of autism goes as far as saying La la la Deanna Houma.

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The prophets lobbyism says that I will pay retribution to the families of those two individuals and Subhana Allah the profits of lobbyism reaches out to the tribe says two of your individuals were wrongly and accidentally because of the circumstances and the trauma they were wrongly and accidentally killed by one of my people. I would like to offer my condolences My apologies and I would also like to make amends

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and then the prophets a lot he said um, ends up paying the what's called the blood money the DIA he ends up paying that to the family of those two individuals

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and then the profits a lot he said I'm even said however I'm gonna be

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there if I am upset with anyone aside from I'm happy not to fail the man who did that he's just an evil terrible human being. But if there is anybody else I blame I blame Oh, boo ba the main word coming recruited the Saba. He said, Well come to work. Look at good Julie how that Korean motoko we found the profits a lot of him said I was afraid that this was going to happen. And that's why I displayed the hesitation that I did. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was so devastated and so hurt at this incident and at the loss of these individuals that unnecessarily Mallika, the Allahu taala, and who says

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for an entire month, every single day in the prayer of Salatin fudger the prophets Allah offered

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what we call pollutes and asila. Palutena Zilla, which is a special tool that is made at the time of a great tragedy. And he did that for an entire month with alika badulla pinata Mambo Hari Minh brings his narration from Mr. Bahari brings his narration saying that this was the very first time that disgruntled nasbla was established and was practiced with Miko Nanak due to an unassuming analysis before that we had never done Duluth naskila to our prayer, but this was the first time that it was installed and it was enacted. And for an entire month, the prophets a lot, he said and prayed not only for the Sahaba who had massacred in their families, but he also prayed for divine

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retribution against the people who had massacred them. And so this concludes the incident of beating my owner. Very great tragic incidents and loss during the lifetime of the prophets allottee some in the Medina and period in the beginning of the fourth year of his era, and inshallah, we're going to go ahead and pause here and inshallah we'll continue on from here by talking about the incidence of banana lead in the next session, inshallah, may Allah subhanaw taala give us all the ability to practice everything that was said and heard. So how to leave the home to eat so how to Colombia Hongik Mashallah. ilaha illa Anta sakana tabula.