Seerah 158 – The Conquest Of Makkah

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The Conquest Of Makkah, Fudhalah And Safwan

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we've been discussing and talking about the conquest of Makkah.

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And so inshallah we'll be continuing with that today. The conquest of Mecca, fetch hamaca, the opening of the city of Mecca is of course not, you know, not just simply one of the most monumental events of the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and a realization of the dream of the prophets, a lot of fulfillment of the promise of Allah subhanaw taala. To the prophets, Allah is among the believers within the Quran. But along with that, it's also a very powerful, very rich moment that is filled with just so many remarkable

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things, so many different remarkable gems, and so many things that we can take guidance and advice, and we can find direction and instruction within. So I wanted to go ahead and continue on with some of these conversations interactions that the prophets allottee someone's having one of the very beautiful events. Now I want to kind of I would like to frame this, as before I mentioned this and before we talk more about this, I want to frame this properly, just so everyone has a full understanding and appreciation of exactly what it meant. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was born and raised in Makkah, his family they are placed they are McKinsey or Banu Hashim. They are the

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caretakers of the Kaaba. They are the people who serve water to the visitors of the GABA to the Hajaj. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam, his history, and his heritage is so intimately and closely tied to the Kaaba to the city of Mecca. There's no doubt about that. When the prophets all of a sudden received divine revelation, his mission begins in Mecca.

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The Quran, the beginning of the unlike the first portion of the Quran is revealed in Makkah, and the prophets, a lot of us who spent 13 years preaching and teaching in Russia. Of course, we know that those 13 years were extremely difficult, very tumultuous, very trying and testing and challenging the prophets a lot. He said, I'm very reluctantly, and also optimistically, but at the same time, there was some elements of sadness, in departing from leaving the Kaaba, the prophets allottee, some leaves under these very challenging circumstances. But so while you can imagine and you can understand the pain, the anguish, the sadness of the profits a lot, he said, I'm in departing from a

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cup. There's also a great amount of optimism and hope, and

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encouragement and just potential for what he finds in the city of Medina, because he finds a city a place that is ripe for this mission, and the establishment of this cause and the furthering of this cause he finds the people who are so dedicated, loyal, they're very humble, modest people in number and in resources, but their dedication, their loyalty, their commitment, their courage, their valor, their bravery, their honesty, their integrity, is just remarkable. And they fall in love with the profits, a lot of the profits, a lot of them comes to love them very dearly. I've mentioned this before. I've talked about this before the profits, a lot of them said we're lucky that Angela

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Sheldon as he had been Elijah. I said one time he said to the unsought, I swear to God, you are some of the most beloved people to me. I swear by Allah, you are some of the most beloved people to me. The prophets, a lot of him was sitting one time in Medina with his back to the masjid and there was a group of the women and the children of the unsought returning back

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From like a wedding gathering a celebration and the profits a lot of setup and one narration he stood up and he said that I swear to Allah you are some of the most beloved people to me. And then he may do it he raised his hands and he said look muffled and sod when he opened it and saw when he Aladdin and Talia Ola deola Dylan thought that Oh ALLAH forgive the unsought and forgive the children of dm sada and the grandchildren of the unsought and he just had so much love for them. And so, there's this very interesting dynamic, where, of course, the prophets a lot the sun was tied to Makkah, and he had this undeniable

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love for the house of Allah subhanaw taala the Kaaba that way too long. But at the same time, he had there been so many blessings in Medina.

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And the prophets Allah even referred to Medina as Taiga as this beautiful place. So there's this very interesting dynamic now, but what you can imagine on the part of the unsolved, who have accompany the profits, a lot of these among this journey, forfeiture mcca, as they're standing there, as they're witnessing all of this and MCI has opened up the idols I've been, you know, thrown out of the Kaaba, that Amazon has been called the prayer is going on the tawaf is being done, Makkah has entered into the fold of Islam.

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That now the dream of Makkah, coming into Asana has been realized.

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And it's very logical. It's very understandable for someone to think at that moment. Is he going to come back home or not?

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Is he going to come back to Medina? Does he need to come back to Medina? Does he need us any longer?

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And so the narration mentions that when the Prophet Salafi someone standing on sofar, the mountain of sofar, where we start the sorry, from I talked about this, he went to the place of sofa, and he stood there and he looked at the carbine, which is overcome, overwhelmed by this gratitude and humility before a lot. And this is gratitude for this blessing and this gift, and he raised his hands and he was making dua and praising Allah. That generation men's were mentioned what the cuts bill and saw

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and the unsolved were around him for pallu FEMA been a home some of the ansata kind of were whispering to one another, they said to each other at Taronga Rasul Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it further Allah, Allah, he was taala who you came up there now that God has basically brought his home, his city, his people into Islam, that he will just stay here. Do you think that's that's a possibility.

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And the Prophet sallahu was standing there making his law. When he got done the prophets, a lot of them said Mother Apple tomorrow you're talking about.

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And they said lashay Rasul Allah lashay.

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Nothing, nothing, we're not talking about anything. But the prophet SAW some sort of look on their faces, that there was just this concern, this worry, you know, when you when you when you're dealing, when you're nervous about something, you're anxious about something,

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you know, little dunya, we things little worldly affairs, you have a job interview coming up.

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You put in a bid on a house,

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you know, so many different little things like that, that happened in worldly affairs.

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You know, and some things that are more important to actually like maybe you have a family member going through a surgical procedure.

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Or you went to go give, you know, a blood test and you're not sure about the results.

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So many different things like this that happened in this world, the effects of which are relegated to this world. And you can read it on someone's face. You can see it on someone's face, so they could see it. This is something so much more profound. This is a messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam follow me as well be him the prophets are some kept asking them what is it? What is it What are y'all not telling me? What's going on here? I can read your faces. Something's out Hatter Akbar who until they finally fessed up and they said yeah, Rasul Allah, we don't mean any disrespect by this. But it's it's just a question

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that this is the dream.

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And this has happened now. Are you going to be staying here?

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And the profits are lovely, some said mavala. Look how

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it's so powerful. And the profits a lot of them is so empathetic and the processing is so gracious and so kind and so generous. He understands that they're very distraught by this he says my other law God forbid God forbid

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it's nothing wrong with living in Mecca.

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But just to console them to let them know that any type of an answered saying like oh no, don't worry about it inshallah show. You know how like we respond to people. shuttling Sharma make dua

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Whatever is for the best, which is all code for, yes, basically, yes. Right. But the processor needed to console them comfort them. And he says my other law God forbid,

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and mahiya mahakam. Well, my moto Moto, so handla so beautiful, so powerful.

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You know, the profits are some said, I will live with you and I will die with you.

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I live with you, when I die, I'd live amongst you, I die amongst you.

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And that's that graciousness of the profits a lot.

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That's the loyalty of the profits a lot.

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That's the generosity of the spirits of the profits a lot.

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That you put everything in with me, you invested everything into me and my mission in this cause.

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And I'm with you on now, just because another the opportunity the situation has changed, doesn't change the fact I'm with you.

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Moving forward,

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there's a very beautiful story that's mentioned by even a sham

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that

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while they were there in Makkah,

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and they stayed in Mecca for the remainder of the month of Ramadan, that while they were there for the for the remaining days, there's a very powerful particular story. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was doing tawaf one day.

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And

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there was a young man in Macau by the name of footballer even made a lazy

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footballer even made a lazy, young man. He had not accepted Islam yet. And there were some people quietly, privately, they have not accepted Islam, and they were still very distraught and very upset. They were very angry about how things have turned out. They were not content with the situation, even though the processor had forgiven them. The prophet SAW said my granting them total safety and protection. The promises are met, in fact, been generous and kind with them. But you know, some some people, they either take time to come around, and some people tragically, are just stubborn. So there were some people, some of the older heads who were stuck, but they were keeping

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it private food. Allah was his young man, and he had not accepted Islam yet either. He went to some of these old men, some of these leaders and he basically said that, would you like me to take care of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam and they said until a higher food Allah, go for it, if you can do it, then go for it. Food Allah says that, in one narration, he mentioned that, you know, I was very good in wielding a dagger like a knife, a small knife. I having a small knife very inconspicuously on you, and then being able to just shank someone stab someone close proximity very quickly. Like I was good with that.

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And so he says that I took the knife I took the dagger. And I went into the heart of the Kaaba, the machine.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was doing terroir for Jolla to fulfill Bates, the prophets, a lot of sin was doing tawaf and if this is the Kaaba, the prophets a lot he said him was doing the tawaf closest to the Kaaba, and there were some people around him, there was a crowd of Sahaba doing fell off, and the processing was on the inner part of the circle, close to the Kaaba. And he was doing tough. So for Allah says that he went in and he joined in, but he didn't rush up to the process, and that would have been strange or somebody would have gotten like, kind of nervous about that. So he says, he joined into the washroom very casually kind of inched his way inside

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inside the circle, until he says, Fela mud and I mean, who until he got close to the professor Simon, he was next to the profits allottee zone, and he says, I was thinking to myself, okay, how am I going to do? How am I going to do this? What exactly am I going to do? What's the plan? What's the strategy here? And he says, as I was thinking this to myself, the profits a lot of a sudden turn to him and he said, a full Donna. He just randomly without warning, he just turned to me and he said, a full dollar way.

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Aren't you full Donna?

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And says it kind of took me by surprise. I said, Now I'm full Dalia Rasul Allah, Allah messenger of God had to keep up the act.

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So then he says the prophets a lot of them looked at me.

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And the prophets, a lot of them said Mother quinteto had this big knapsack. What were you thinking right now? What were you thinking about doing?

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And he says, Now I got really nervous.

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I was a cool character, Cool Cat. But now the way that he just asked me that, it rattled me, and I said, la La, la, la, la, da, da, da da. Oh, nothing, nothing. Nothing. I was nothing. I was thinking nothing. I'm just here worshiping God like everybody else worshiping God. escuela.

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furbank gonna be so some of the process and smile.

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He laughed.

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And then the profits a lot he said, um, he says that he placed his hand on my chest. He placed his hand on my chest, and he said it stuffit illa

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ask Allah for forgiveness. ask Allah for forgiveness.

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And full dollar says, one lie. I swear to god

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marasca Yoda who answered the Hata mom and hunted

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by Elijah Minho? By the time he lifted his hand off of my chest, there was nothing that I love more than the profits a lot. He said.

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His gentleness, his kindness, his graciousness,

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his love

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that that that putting the hand on the chest is like a gesture of love to somebody younger footballer was a young man. It's like putting your armor in our culture like putting your arm around someone shoulder

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shows love.

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It's obvious he knows why I'm there.

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And shows me love for second Alba, who he brought so much peace to my heart. And he said by the time he lifted his hand off my chest, there was nothing I love more than the profits a lot he saw.

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And at that moment, I believed should we like

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I should do Anika Rasul Allah.

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He says after some time, just internalizing

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what I just happened.

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He even talks about how powerful this moment was for him. He shares something very personal. He says for a job too early, I started to go back home from Morocco to be Emirates him come to Atlanta to LA he kind of uses some, you know, a euphemism where basically he says I passed by a home where there lived a woman that I had relations with

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illicit relations with inappropriate relationship with but the way he says it is there I passed by the House of a woman and we used to have you know, some dealings some interaction some conversations.

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And he says that as I was passing by, she saw me passing by and she said, Hello ma la Hello my lol Hadith. Why don't you come on in? We'll hang out.

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Once you Come on in, we'll hang out.

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And he says I said to her at that moment, I was still dealing with this moment. I said, Nah.

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No, no, no, no. And he says that I walked away saying the following words. poetry.

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He says hello ma Carla. Hello my lol ha de la.

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ya la que la who will Islam? Oh, Amara at Mohammedan wa Kabila who will fetch a Yeoman to Casa del amo la at Dena la he of how beginnen was shaker Yasha wahoo Islam. He says the following words he says that she asks me to come in and hang out with her.

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But I said no.

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That God and Islam no longer allow me to come and be with you.

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He says that Have you not seen Muhammad and his people have come and opened up the city of Makkah and destroyed and torn down the idols. You if you look outside, you will see that the deen of Allah the religion of God is has arrived. And it is clear as day and the idolatry and the sinful way we used to live our lives. Those days are long gone.

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They are nowhere to be found. And he said that one moment with the prophets a lot. He said them. It changed my life.

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And while Yes, you know we could chalk this up to this being a miracle of the prophets a lot. He sent him a miracle prophetic miracle, absolutely nothing wrong with that.

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But we'd be doing ourselves this ourselves a disservice if we just stopped right there. Pay attention to what the profits allowed him that's how he handles that moment. And assassin and assassin

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someone trying to kill him in the house of Allah.

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And the Prophet, somebody who deals with him so graciously, so benevolently,

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with such magnanimity, that won the hearts of this young man.

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And that's something we're going to have to learn and something we must remember

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that when we deal with people, our mission and our cause is not to defeat the bodies.

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Our mission and cause is not to subjugate the minds.

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Our mission and cause has always been is and will always be to win the hearts

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to connect and join the hearts

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for alphabay noccalula come for us bottom bieniemy 81

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that's how enemies become friends. That's how enemies become brothers and sisters.

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And along that same thing,

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there's another very powerful story.

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Omega took no hidef who was a very staunch very viable enemy of the prophets allottee. So he's the slander the prophet SAW some attack the prophets a lot. He said, I'm cursed the prophets a lot he

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does, he dedicated his life his existence to opposing the prophets. allottee. So he died, he met his fate in the Battle of brother and died a miserable death. That was his fate.

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His son whose aim was so fun, so fun, even Omega, the him a crema, the son of Abu jala, we talked about last time, this was that next wave of leadership. These were the sons the era parents. And so he was amongst them, and he had also just like taken up his father's mantle like he my head after a Buddha had a fighting against the Muslims and fighting against Medina and opposing the prophets a lot.

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And when the prophets a lot, he said, I'm King to Makkah.

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Even as haka mentioned, this, or Ottawa narrates this, that safavid omiya. He fled. Stefan was also amongst the people a year earlier, when, according to the Treaty of Libya, the prophet SAW some of the Muslims had come to perform Umrah for three days in Mecca. That suffian ism was amongst those people who had gone outside of Makkah to protest the presence of the profits of lobbyists, America that if he's in Mecca, I can't be there.

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And they only came back into America after the processor had departed. So one was that staunch? So when the profits a lot of the time was coming to America, and they found out okay, it's all over. It's done. We lost. Stefan fled Makkah, and he basically fled in the direction of Yemen. He went to the port to basically board a ship on its way to Yemen.

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Or made him in Wahab, another one of the mccanns he said Yana be Allah He came to the profits a lot. And he had accepted us. He said, Oh, prophet of God, in the savanna, but omega sayoko. Me, he listened me out of Salalah. very humbly, safarnama. I know that he has his track record, he has his history, but he is a leader of his people, his family, his tribe, they follow Him, they adore him. They they listen to him.

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And obviously, what he's alluding to is the fact that we want to be stable, we want to win the people over and winning over their leadership will help us win them over. So he says, what kind of courage has he been mentally active and

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he has ran from you, he has run from you. And he's gonna go throw himself into the ocean now whether he was going to actually just kill himself drown himself or not, or just, it's very likely This is like an expression as well, that he said, he's just gonna go and set out sail into the ocean, go wherever the current carries him, but he's not gonna stay here. So it's like an expression. Basically, he said he ran from here, and he's gonna board a ship and end up wherever he ends up but he's not staying here. For a min huya rasulillah, or messenger of God, please grant him amnesty.

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granting amnesty, give him protection. Give your word that he will not be harmed, you will be safe, he is forgiven. Please jasola I beg you, I plead you. Some Allahu alayka May God send us peace and blessings be upon you.

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Like we this is what we have learned from you and come to expect to view

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the profits. A lot of them said who are amin on here safe?

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He's safe. He said yeah, Rasul Allah, He said that, you know, some people are gonna have a hard time believing it. He might even have a hard time believing it that you just forgave him just like that.

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Because it's just so otherworldly.

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Whenever you ever known a human being that just does that, oh, that guy who waged war against us, and killed my companions

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and attacked my people in my city in my home and my family. Okay, forgiving.

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Like, where do you see that? It's remarkable. So he says, For me, I get on your yacht, he will be he be hamanaka. He says jasola Please give me some type of an indicator, some type of a token some type of a, of a symbol that demonstrates the fact that you have in fact given him your protection, like something that must have come from you. And if I'm carrying it

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It has come from you it's a personal item, then he's gonna have to take my word for it believe in this was part of the custom and the tradition at that time. That that's how you would prove your truthfulness as a messenger for a tabula rasa lies a lot is Emma Mamata Who? The prophets a lot is him literally took off the turban from his head, a momager who and let the Hanafi Hama, Kata allottee dalla fermata, the turban the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was wearing when he entered the city of Mecca. We talked about this previously, he literally took it off of his head and he gave it to him and he said Here take this, this approven

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for Harajuku GB Hard are made on Hata draka who

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are made to take this takes this turban of the profits a lot of them and he goes to the port and he finds a farm they're about to board a ship. He says yes the one

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screaming at him running towards him he doesn't want him to board the ship. He's about to board the ship. He says Yes Have fun. Yes, have fun. He sees are made and he knows are made as accepted as some. So he's not really interested in stopping for him. This is feedback I'll be will own me. Like which is an expression literally translates means i would i would sacrifice my father and mother for you. But it's a way to again show honesty. And genuineness like you care about somebody who's like please, please, please stop.

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Allah, Allah foenum seeker and tulika he says by Allah by Allah

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save your soul do not destroy yourself. I have a way for you. How about a man on men rasulillah he took a big I have brought the protection from the profits a lot he sell them

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I brought the protection from the profits awesome to you

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call away liquor. He turns around he says you must be crazy. Get out of here.

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urbani falacci calumny says Get away from me. Don't talk to me.

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He does you know it's hard to fathom for him to process for him. He says a soft one. fee data below me. He says also fun. Please, please listen to me. He says of the lunacy, we're gonna see we're gonna see well hate on nothing.

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Because he realized so hard for someone to fathom. That the man that I've dedicated my life to destroying. Just forgive me just like that. Because you asked. That's all it took.

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He says he is the best of people.

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The most pious of people. The most forbearing patient of people, the Most Gracious of people. And the best of people even though I'm Mika. He is like a cousin to you.

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You're related as to who is zuka he will grant you his honor is your honor. Like he will honor you shut off who who shadow fuka

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his nobility is your nobility. He has accepted you he's willing to embrace you muku mon cuca. His kingdom will be your kingdom.

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Like he's wanting to welcome you back.

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So Stefan stops and says, Listen, honestly, brother in the heart of who Allen FC. I'm afraid he's going to kill me.

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He should.

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That's what I would do.

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That's what I would do to someone like me.

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Someone who had done the things that I've done,

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he said or made it says to him who lemon Valley Kava crumb.

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Lemon Delica crumb says brother You underestimate him. He's a lot more gracious in that and much, much more noble and dignified than that. For rajamma who hatanaka Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So he takes him back until they reach the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for color. So fun.

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When someone reaches there, he says in a half years or more, and nakada mantoni.

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He still doesn't fully believe.

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He says that. Oh, Mohammed, this guy is a friend of mine. He thinks he tells me

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that you have forgiven me You've granted me safety protection.

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The process of some sudden, the processor some says he speaks the truth.

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So he says look at this

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way now now. How do you expect the story to turn out? As I said,

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No, no, no. He says For me, Bill care fee sharing. Give me two months to think about it.

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Ever heard the expression? Beggars can't be choosers, right?

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You are you in a position to negotiate?

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Do you have any type of leverage here? You wanted to come back home

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and say give me two

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mindset think about things the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says, and to build theory about I should take four months. But think about it.

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it's astounding.

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That level of you know that level of the obvious the lack that level of forgiveness and forbearance and kindness and graciousness, just such grace, such gracefulness

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and graciousness and mercy.

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But there's another thing, also the look at the confidence of the prophets. So, two months take four months to think about it. We all know how this turns out.

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We all know how the story plays out.

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And that's that thing, having that confidence, that confident faith, coupled with this beautiful gracefulness and mercy and generosity, and forgiveness and benevolence. When you combine those two things together.

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It's something really remarkable and really special.

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And that combination

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is what we call the son of the prophets a lot.

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That's the prophetic precedent.

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That's the example of Rasulullah sallallahu. So that's the suasana, the ultimate role model that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was.

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And the last thing I mentioned here is even Kathy mentioned, there was a man by the name of Abdullah, even though as about as zebra, Abdullah, even as libera Sammy, he was also one of the most staunchest opponents against Islam. And he had actually been like a very vocal advocate against Islam. And one of the things about him was he was a poet. He was a very famous, talented poet. And he had pretty much dedicated the past few years to slandering the prophets, a lot of these him in his poetry, attacking verbally assaulting and attacking the Muslims and Islam in his poetry.

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And he came to Makkah at this particular time he had fled, he was from Makkah, he had fled to Iran. And when he heard about the grace, the graciousness of the prophets a lot so that the process was forgiving people left and right.

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He came back to America. And he presented himself before the prophets a lot. He said when he asked for forgiveness, and the prophets, a lot of them said you are forgiven.

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From a man Allahu alayhi Bhutto, but you will in abenteuer Jor el and Islamic well can be no sorry, would that be untrue? And he not only came back, but he asked for forgiveness, he repented, and he turned to Islam, he turned to a lucky became Muslim. And in fact, he became someone who would then speak on behalf of Islam. And he used to write poetry on in praise of the prophets, a lot of them in praise of the Quran in praise of Islam. And this was another very staunch vile enemy, whose heart was turned

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by Allah subhanaw taala. And the means was, the great, the graciousness and the mercy and the benevolence of the prophets a lot.

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I had intended to talk about some of the missions of Khalid bin Walid, because in the aftermath of the conquest of Makkah, the process of sent Khalid bin Walid on a couple of specific missions, and there were some really important things that happened on those missions. But inshallah we'll go ahead and conclude here, and inshallah we'll talk about that in the next session. May Allah subhanho wa Taala grant us all the ability to practice everything you've said and heard, so how to like be handy. So Hannah Columbia Hambrick national Illa Illa illa Anta sock federal governor to Lake