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Seerah 165 – Distributing Spoils Of War After Hunayn

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Episode 165 covers the distribution of spoils after the war of Hunayn

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In the previous sessions, we were talking about the Battle of her name, which was after the conquest of Makkah, and then subsequently the siege of the city of thought, if also known as the gospel to tie it for the battle for thought, If so, we talked about the those particular events and how it concluded and how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam made the very wise and strategic decision, of course, by the will of Allah subhanaw taala to not further pursue the fall of thought if but the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Sahaba left there. And we talked about the aftermath of that, that that would eventually lead to the people of thought if the following year coming to the

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Prophet sallallahu sallam, and accepting Islam and making peace with the Muslims.

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Now on the return back from the Battle of her name in the Battle of thought, if the siege of thought if the Muslims were able to collect quite a bit of spoils of war, now the spoils of war, which a lot of times is also known, or maybe you've heard the term war booty it'll be referred to, or the spoils of war, the the goods, the materials, the weaponry, the armory, that is seized in the aftermath of a victory in a battle, that basically refers to the spoils of war. The word for this in the Arabic language is Aloha, nema maluka, NEMA or Allah Hannah M. There's another word for it as well that the Quran uses and that is a word and fun, nefyn or, and fun and fun. That also refers to the spoils of

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war. There's one other word that the Quran uses, and that's called alfei, malewane fame. However, those are not just normal spoils of war, wealth or material that is recovered in the aftermath of an actual battle, where conflict actually occurs, a battle is engaged, that is called aneema. But when there is a peaceful surrender, and some things are collected at that time, that is called maloom. Fate. So this is basically going to be about this particular issue. The spoils of war Malou, hannema or, and fall. And that is the name of the sutra, which talks about the Battle of her name, it ends up talking about well actually sued often and file excuse me, I'd like to correct myself. So total

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and file actually speaks about the Battle of Baghdad, we had spoken about this previously. But nevertheless, and file or aneema. That is what the spoils of water are called. That's what they're referred to as.

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Now, what happens at this particular time,

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is that there's a lot of dispose of board that have been recovered in the aftermath of the Battle of a hurricane and the siege of thought if the profits a lot of the Muslims are returning back to mcda. at this particular time, because when they first came to Mecca for the conquest of Makkah, they did not perform Umrah. They did not perform ombre. Why because they came under the pretext of the potential for conflict. So they were not in head on because they were coming to basically seize the city of Makkah. And conflict was a possibility, a battle was a possibility. So they were not in Iran, they did not come with the intention of Ramadan, because there was some possible hostility.

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However, now that Morocco was fully secure and under Muslim control, and they were returning back to my canal, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made, it gave the instruction and made it known to the companions that as they proceeded back towards the city of Mecca, they would be donning the harem they would be entering into the state of your harem, and they would be performing Umrah at this time. And this would be known as a third of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the prophets a lot of them performed for almaraz in his lifetime.

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The first was not they never actually performed the ombre itself. They put on the ground but they were stopped at the place of her day BIA, but Allah gave them the reward of the camera because why they were blocked, they were stopped it was not of their own choice or their own accord. Second time was the following year, which is known as Aurora to Cabo. When they came back a year later under the Treaty of her they BIA to make up for the previous years, and this would be the third and this is known as the M ra of ga Ronna Umbra to ga Ronna, LG and Rana is the name of the place

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which serves as the me cots, the place from where you must enter the state of Iran when you are coming from the side of a cliff. Okay, so they have all the spoils of war, and they're going back to Makkah, and they want to perform Umrah and enter into a state of Islam before they proceed any further. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said before we can go into ROM, so that then we can perform Umrah with zero distractions. No other focus is nothing else on our minds. The prophets, a lot of them said we must distribute all the spoils of war. We have to offload all of this. And there's something that I had mentioned previously after the Battle of other ganaraska lai sala de

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Sacra, who and nefler. And far the most one of the things that the prophets a lot of them had to do. That was a part of his responsibility. But one of the things that he disliked doing the most was distributing the spoils of war.

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Not because will either Billa God forbid the profits, a lot of them did not want to do his job. Of course not. But the reason why the profits a lot of them had such disdain and dislike for the distribution of the spoils of war was because he said, it's money. Its wealth, its material, its material things, and it distracts people.

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It distracts people, it's a test, it's a trial. Right? It messes with people's intentions, it clouds people's judgment. Money has a propensity to do that. And we've talked about it previously, that in the aftermath of one of the battles, I believe it was haber that there were some amongst the Muslims, just a couple of people who had taken something that was not rightfully theirs, and the process of some so severely admonish them and told them to return it back. When men who had a shoulder profits, a lot of them said, this is a show made out of fire for you.

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For you, this would have been a shock for me to fire. So it just, it's a distraction. And it like I said it clouds, people's judgment messes with their intentions. So the profits, a lot of them did not like it at all, he was not fond of it at all. But nevertheless, this was something that had to be done. So at this particular time, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam decided to basically distribute the spoils of war.

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Now

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quoting again, going back to school and fall over there, Allah subhanaw taala. He says something he says while Mo, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says under lelaki, who so who will live Rasulullah liezl. For Baba Tama, well Masaki. The last part of what Allah in the Quran says, and Allahu Musa, who that a fifth of the spoils of war, one fifth 20% of the spoils of war, are at the discretion, they automatically are set aside and are at the discretionary usage of a law and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they are there to serve been communal needs, like the family of the prophets, a lot of their allowances, and their, you know, basically sustenance will come from there.

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Similarly, the, you know, any type of,

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you know, community work that needs any social services that need to be provided, like taking care of the orphans, taking care of widows looking after, you know, homeless folks or folks that might be struggling financially, all of that would come from that 115 20%. And then the other four fifths would be distributed amongst those who have participated in the war, all right in the battle. And the reason for that was because sometimes that kind of throws us a little bit off, because we don't fully understand. And the reason why we don't understand is that because the Muslim army at that time, would be a volunteer army. It was not a paid army. It is not like our understanding of the

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military is today, where when somebody serves in the military, they get paid for it, and they get benefits and their family's taken care of, and they have all these life's long term benefits and etc, etc. Right? Like all these different things that military people that serve in the military are provided. That was not the case. It was a purely volunteer service. If you went, you're going of your own accord. You were spending your own money. You were taking your own supplies. You were taking your own horse, you were taking your own gamble and what

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losses were incurred were incurred by you. So the distribution of the spoils of war amongst those who fought the four fifths, the 80% being distributed amongst them, was helped compensate them for maybe any losses, they might have incurred any injuries that they might have suffered the animal, they if they brought their own transportation drone animal, maybe the horse was killed in the battlefield. So to compensate for that, plus all the lost wages and the all the lost opportunities that they left behind, because sometimes they'd be gone for months at a time. Right when they came for the conquest of Makkah, they stayed in Mecca for 20 days. Then they went for the Battle of her

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name, which was just a couple of days, but then they laid siege to the city of thought and for another 20 days. So by the time they made it back to Mecca that made it back to Medina, it took a week to get to Mecca, then it would then they would go back, perform diorama for a few days and head back to Medina. It take a week to get back to Medina, you do all that math. And what you realize is that they were gone for over two months. Now who's paying the bills, who's running the shop? Who's tending to the fields, right? So there were all these different factors that were involved in. That's why it's very logical, very reasonable, very understandable that they would be given a

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portion of the spoils of war, and it would be very humble, it would be given it wasn't a lot. So nevertheless, one fifth of the spoils of war is at the discretion of the prophets a lot a setup for him to use, however, and after the profits, a lot of the assembly understanding is it's at the discretion of the state. This basically goes into the state fund, whatever the state needs it for, like I talked about social services and other things like that.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam out of that one fifth, the prophets a lot. He said, um, there wasn't a lot of need at that time. Like the prophet SAW him and his family. They were simple people, they lived very humbly, very simply, they ate once in days. Sometimes they would eat once a day, once every other day. So they're very simple people. So there wasn't a lot of need in that sense. So the prophets a lot. He sort of made a very strategic decision at that time, he decided to use

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that portion of the spoils of war that was at his discretion. He decided to use it for a category for a specific usage a specific purpose, which is talked about in Surah, two Toba,

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which is talked about and so to Toba, in sort of two Toba where our last panel Italian the AI talks about the categories where's the cost is to be distributed, whereas the cost is distributed. It talks about those eight categories, a snarf a therm Ania

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a snafus Emma samanya, Lee, Masada fizika, the muscle physical to distribute the socket. One of those categories is what a lot refers to as well fit

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well more or less at equilibrium, which translates as, or I would translate it as that gifts that are given to bring people closer gifts that are given to win people over.

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Okay, so this is not a payoff or a bribe in that sense, but just like a pure just a gift being given. Somebody who has newly joined the community, somebody who has newly accepted Islam, that's showing giving them some gifts, showing them some love and affection, the prophets, a lot of them said the hideout Habu,

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he said give gifts and you will love one another, your hearts will come together. So some gifts would be given to them in order to bring them closer and to really kind of bring them in, you know, welcomed them, and initiate them into the community to let them know that you are a part of the community. So in Makkah, many of the people are mechanics up to disarm, including many of the leaders of the corporation, many of the leaders of Mecca had accepted Islam.

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Now one other thing that I want to point out here, that is something it shows you the foresight in the strategy and the intelligence of the prophets a lot he said

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the issue was that maca is hundreds of miles a couple of 100 miles away from the city of Medina. It's a weeks journey away from the city of Medina.

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Now macam a lot of Makkah has entered into a song many of the leaders of the church have entered into Islam. But it's only been a little over a month since they became Muslim.

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And now the prophets a lot of them knew that I have to go back to Medina

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and a majority of the Medina Muslims are going to go back to Medina with me.

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And here MK s it's a weeks journey away.

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I need to make sure that Mecca will be secure. I need to make sure that there won't be some turmoil there won't be some reversal of the work that we've done here in Mecca.

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So how do we go about doing that the prophets a lot of them said okay these people who have accepted Islam purely of their own accord willingly law, there's no compulsion. That is

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You know, kind of giving them some gifts, you know, treating them like family, bringing them a little bit closer, letting them know that we care about them, we love them, we want good for them. We want to see them succeed, we want to see them do well. This will win us their confidence and then we'll have confidence in their ability to be able to hold the fort down and keep my car safe and sound.

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So this for this reason the profits allowed some very strategically decided to distribute that one fifth of the spoils of war amongst the leadership of Mecca,

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amongst some of the Macan leadership,

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and so the prophets a lot of them started giving them calling them up and giving them you know, different gifts. camel, a few camels, here's some supplies. Here's some other things over there, started giving them some gifts. And they were very appreciative blown away. Why are you giving us these gifts? Just because you're a brother now you're a part of the community now. And we trust you and we love you.

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And it definitely had the desired effect.

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But at the same time, something else transpired something else happened.

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And this is narrated in the in the sahibi mumble hottie in the Sahih Muslim, Imam Ahmed has multiple narrations in his heart Even copied even his sham. Multiple historians mentioned this incident as well, that some of the unsought there were some people amongst the Tsar, who

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felt a little, they felt a little or they they made some comments. And they felt a little ignored, they felt a little neglected. They felt they were not feeling the love. And some comments were made. That

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gives her being he said, they said that, when we are in tough times, then we the unsought are called upon when the situation is tough, when the situation is tight, then we the unsought are called upon and when gifts are being distributed, then the mccanns operation are being called on.

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Some other comments where that gifts are being given to them and our swords was so useful, not tough to true. minute deema while our swords are still dripping with blood, which was an expression to say that we haven't even cleaned off the battle from ourselves. And already gifts are being given to those people. So just a couple of people, just a few individuals, some younger, maybe, you know, a brash young men, you know, out of place out of line, they made some of these comments.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he heard about this, this news is brought to the prophets a lot.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he told some of the companions that I need to speak to the unsought fetchmail only unsolved gather all the unsolved together for me, while I Yaga Hulu Allah Illallah lol and salt and nobody but the unsolved should come here. I need to speak exclusively only to the unsolved

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now all the unsolved were gathered together and then the profits along these him furthermore inquired he said Is there anyone except for an unsavoury here? Everyone said none of they looked around they said no, it's just us just again thought the Medina Muslims. The prophets a lot of them said very good. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam addressed them

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for Jaime De La Hoya ethna Allah he remember Allah Who? The prophets Allah decent started with the praise and the glorification of Allah and then the prophets a lot of them said yeah, Mashallah Lancer. He said, Oh, I'm sorry. Oh community have the answer. And it can do Lalanne. fadda como la

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when I came to you, weren't you lost, wandering about aimlessly through life. And God guided you through me?

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While I listen for an akula and you were destitute, you were poor, you were financially struggling in debt,

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and actually living under the burden of usury that was imposed upon them by the Jewish tribes. Was that not the case? And then God gave you self sufficiency and made me a means of it.

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Well done for Allah. Allahu Bina. kumiko. And you were at each other's throats. Right remember the Olson the husbands were fighting one another. You were at each other's throats. For Allah for lack of enough will you become God. Join between your hearts

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By bringing me to you,

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they said balaia Rasul Allah. They said Bala, of course, the prophets a lot of them said Allah allowed to junia Mashallah, and so don't you have a response to that?

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It's a very tense conversation.

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They said, of course, you're correct. But the prophets have some said that's not what I'm asking you allowed to G boonie. Mr. Alonso? Don't you have a response at counter?

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To meat to what I'm saying that I did this for you and I did that for you. And I did this for you. Don't you have a counter response to that?

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And they said, Man, aku Rasul Allah. What do you want to say? A messenger of Allah while the mother knew g buka. How would we ever counter something you said like, you're the Messenger of Allah, we don't argue with you will not debate with you.

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They said Amanullah heavily Rasul

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Allah Mundo lil actually Rasul II, the ultimate favor is upon us from a lioness messenger. We owe a debt of gratitude to a lion, then to you. Well, why would we ever debate with you counter what you're saying? The prophets, a lot of them said, I'm our law. Hello, she teamed up with john Francis Sadako was to dictum. He said, If you wanted you could have said the following and you would have spoken the truth. And I would have attested to the fact that you speak the truth. You could have said gitana. Sorry, then far away NACA. You came to us outcast.

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The process and said you could have said the following to me.

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You could have said it if you wanted to. And you'd be speaking the truth. And I would testify that you speak the truth

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that you could have said to me, gee NACA gitana 30. Done away NACA. You came to us as an outcast. And we gave you a home. Why lm for us for us a NACA, you came to us with empty handed

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and we provided for you Well, ha even for, for our for our man NACA. And you came to us fearful, like basically under threat. When you came to us You were under attack under threats. And we gave you safety and security well module and for some for NASA, NACA. You came when when others had turned their backs on you. And we aided you and helped you. You could have said that and you'd be speaking the truth. And they said I'll manually law he will Eros for me. They said no, no, no. They said the favor of Allah is upon us and then your favor on messenger Mama. We would never say that to you.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said I would get to feed new fusi komiya Mashallah. And so, did you find it a little uncomfortable? Were you a little bothered

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by the fact that feel to it in a minute dunia left to be home in a slum? Were you a little bothered by the fact that I distributed some filthy, meaningless frivolous material things

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that I distributed amongst the people who had recently accepted Islam to kind of win them over and bring them closer?

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Were you bothered by that? were some of you kind of upset about that?

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Well, what culture

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Illa Allah, Allahu Allah communal Islam.

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And I wasn't worried about you. Because the last panel what's the status and the position Allah has given you in Islam?

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a fella carbona yamashiro Lanza and yet how Vanessa ilari Holly him

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bisha he will bury?

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Are you okay with this arrangement? Tell me this. My unsalted tell me this. Are you okay with this arrangement, that people will go back home with goats and sheep and camels and horses? What doesn't have to be Rasulullah hilarie halochem and you will go back home with the Messenger of God.

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You take me home with you.

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For one leadin fcbd he said I swear by a lie swear by the one who holds my life in his hands I swear by Allah. No and anassa selaku Shia abandon was Salah cotton and Satoshi urban. la sala select to share

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that if all of humanity walked down a path

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and the unsolved went down a different path.

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I would go the path of the unsought if all of humanity went one way, and the unsalted went another way I go with the unsought Willow Lily hedgerow to Lacan to Emre Amina and Saad had not been for his route. I would have been

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honored to be considered in unsavoury

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had it not been for him. I would have considered myself and I'm sorry, Allah Muhammad ansara. Well, Abner in answered what Abner Abner and thought Oh Allah have mercy upon the unsought have mercy upon the children of the unsought have mercy upon the grandchildren of the unsung.

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And generation says the Sahabi, who narrates as he says, For buckle omo hat.

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He says the people started to cry, the unsalted, they cried so much to the point where there was not a dry eye in the room. People could not stop crying.

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And they spoke up in unison, and they said Rob Lee now biLlahi, we're assuming here assmann

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it is sufficient of a reward, it is sufficient of a distribution for us that we have a line in our in his messenger on our site. That's all we need.

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Thurman sarafa for Roku. And that was the conclusion of that meeting in that conversation.

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And with this conversation, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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finished completed the distribution of the spoils of war. And everyone entered into a state of Iran.

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And then they proceeded forward to mucca mucca tilma karma to basically perform the umbra of jihad Ronna. Now, before we conclude for today, there's just two minor incidents I wanted to talk about here today at this particular juncture, psychological at these particular at this particular juncture, there's two very powerful, very unique, very powerful, very insightful incidents that occurred very quick in their narration and won't take a lot of time. But with that, we'll conclude and then we'll talk about the how the process and went into mccannon performed the camera, but I wanted to mention these two things that transpired out on the way the first thing was that the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed by

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some of the better one man who was a poet. And he started saying, like, he was basically saying poetry, and in their poetry, he was saying some very crude things, and slandering the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Now there's something very, very interesting. It's a powerful lesson. He was saying some very rude some very crude things and slandering the prophets assignment, some poetry, and he was saying it standing there out loud, saying it, saying it out loud, as they were passing by. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as they were passing by the prophets a lot he said made a comment. He said if Fatah Oh, I need lisanna who

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Katara Nila Sana Who? Which when translated literally, and I want everyone to stay with me. Okay, when translated literally, it would translate as cut his tongue off

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from me, cut his tongue off from me. Okay.

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So some of the Sahaba for Hashi about nasci and yagoona arada newsletter Biggie, some Sahaba not completely understanding what the prophet SAW Selim was saying, they feared that the prophet SAW someone was actually telling them to go and cut his tongue out.

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And they were kind of perplexed by this because the prophets a lot of them forbade this type of practice. He said we do not mutilate people. You don't like you know, you know you don't you don't take their gouge their eyes out and cut their tongue out and all these terrible things that dictators and tyrants and rulers and you know, barbarians would do the process of forbade this, he said, we are not allowed to do these types of things. Not even in war, we're not allowed to do these things. So some are afraid that what is the process of saying like they were perplexed by this, so but when they asked the process of the process and said, No, no, no, what I meant was, go and give

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him some money. When Mr. Aradhana visa malatya he said go and give him some money with the process and was saying was make him stop talking about me. And the Protestants have understood that these types of people, they were almost like con artists, they were con artists. So what they would do is that they would show up and they would start like reciting poetry against you and start saying rude and crude things about you. And if you paid them something, you gave them some something, then they will basically go away.

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So the prophets Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, throw him some scraps, give him something so that he stops barking like a dog so that he stops all this nonsense.

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And they just gave him some stuff and he walked away. But the reason why I mentioned this, the reason why I bring this up is number one. This shows you the reaction of the profits allottee simplicity

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speaking ill about him.

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So this construct is very false construct that's been created, that the response to anything ill, or anything that is disrespectful, being said about the dean, the religion about the prophets a lot, he said, I'm both Muslim Muslims who have misunderstood and, you know, twisted and distorted the religion, a minority a very vocal loud, you know,

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belligerent minority of Muslims who have distorted the religion, they tried to propose the idea that the response to this is brutality is violence. And similarly, there's also a very vocal, loud, obnoxious minority of non Muslims islamophobes in there, like, who also tried to suggest the same thing, that this is the Islamic response, that when somebody says something untoward or unacceptable about their religion inappropriate, then they respond with violence.

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And that can be further from the truth here you have Amanda promises him as an army with him that has 14,000 soldiers in it.

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And there's one man saying something inappropriate, and the professor says thrown a few scraps so that he runs away, like toss him a bone so that he goes away.

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Otherwise, how easy Could it have been for the profits a lot easier to just finish.

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But we see this from the life from the seat of the professor. So that's the first lesson. This is why we need to study RC like this, why we need to study the life of the process of our history. And number two is, this is also a great example of how Miss translations occur. Because if somebody literally translates it without the context, or does not read the narration, they don't understand that the expression that was used in the Arabic language.

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Right, when we say get out of my face, what does that mean? imagine somebody who doesn't know English expressions, idioms and phrases. somebody's trying to translate Get out of my face make some sense? Oh, hello, john was it

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makes no sense. It's not it sounds nonsensical in Arabic When I translate it.

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But it basically means other than me, get away from me.

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Or the anime Get away from me, turn away from me. That's what it means Get out of my face. So these are just basic expressions. The second thing that I wanted to mention here is a narration from Bahati.

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And this is a quite a well known narration. You might have heard of this before, but it happened at this particular time. That when the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam was distributing the spoils of war, unnecessarily Allahu taala narrates this. He says as the spoils of war were being distributed. I was walking with the prophets a lot he said of the prophets, a lot of these him was wearing a shawl.

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A very common dress of the promise of some was that he would tie a lower garment like we do in a head on like in his outer Louis he would tie a lower garment. And then he would have an upper garment like a shawl and he would drape it around himself, like wrap it around himself like this. So the process of someone had a shawl on while he would have done Naja Ronnie was a little harsh here. And this shawl, the edges the border of the shawl, like we say it was hemmed. It was it had some design, it had some hemming on the end, but because the hemming the way that it was and it was very thick at the end, it was very thick, like almost a coarse material, very rough material. It was

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hemmed with a very rough kind of course material. So it would protect the edges of the shawl and it wouldn't start to fray. Okay, so that's what the shawl was like. And this was a particular style of shawl that came from ninjavan. So the process was wearing that there was an Arabi a better than men who showed up and he wanted something from the spoils of war he wanted like like some charity some handout, he wanted something so instead of asking for it

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because they were out army they were better when so sometimes you were a little bit rough in their mannerisms. Instead of saying asking for it, requesting it politely talking to someone about it. He sees the professor said I'm recognizes that he must be the man in charge.

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And what he does is he reaches out for other aka who are robbing and he reaches out for Jehovah who just potentially didn't.

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He reaches out from behind and he grabs a handful of the shawl of the process, I mean Yanks it towards himself.

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And because the shawl was wrapped around and he reached over here on the upper part, and then he yanked it, it basically yanked the profits or some backwards by his neck.

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Like imagine it's quite violent looking, it's quite severe. Like you pull somebody back and they get like whiplash, right like pulling back harsh. And he did that. And because the profits a lot of the sudden his skin was very

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Like clear and clean

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and the Shaw had that rough edge like I told you about any pulled so severely that he says had turned over to a loss of hottie hottie aerosolized alarmism. I thought I'd be harsh he uttered without mentioning that he just but he, he had pulled so severely and then the edge of the shawl was so coarse was harsh, that because of that, it had pulled and then it had must have, like, you know, kind of rubbed. So if it's a horse, if it's a harsh course material, you know, it can kind of like, give you like a little bit of like a carpet like what we call a carpet burn. It had done that to the neck of the prophets. alonnisos.

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And so the his neck was red, burning red, like it had hurt him.

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And unassessed that I saw that.

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And then some some of the Sahaba who were there, you know, they kind of freaked out a little bit like what what's going on here?

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And he says that the prophets a lot. He said, I'm more need more. He's a commanding officer, moodily min mallala hymnody. In

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this wealth that God has given you tell them to give me some of it.

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Tell them to give me some of the stuff that God gave you.

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Everyone's kind of taken aback and everyone got quiet. It got very tense. felter, Fauci, Leahy Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam the profits, a lot of them turned and faced him for HCA. And the process of smiled a big old smile.

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And as soon as everyone saw the process of smiling is he was so breathtaking. And his smile was the most beautiful thing you had ever seen in your life. Everyone immediately calmed down.

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Everyone took a deep breath. Everyone just relaxed and exhaled. And then the profits, a lot of them pointed to someone who was in charge of disposal for Thumma amarela who be ARPA, and then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Can you please give him something?

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This is the response of the prophets a lot. He said when somebody physically assaulted him.

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And I once again reiterate, and I apologize for the redundancy and the repetition. But I feel this is very important. I reiterate.

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For those who would propose for those who would posit the theory and the idea that the Islamic response to something like this would be violence, indiscriminately violence, and murdering and pillaging and killing

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it? It is very, it's a very worthwhile question.

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If they have read the life of the prophets alongside if they actually know what they're talking about, this idea of Buhari, highest levels of authenticity, the oma has agreed on the authenticity of Buhari, the chain of narration is there.

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This is the life of the prophets. This is the son of the Prophet ceylonese.

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This is the dean that we practice.

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So inshallah, with that, I'd like to conclude here And may Allah subhanaw taala give us all the understanding of the life of the prophets, Allah Islam, and May Allah subhanaw taala give us the ability to revive this tradition and some of the processes in our lives and in the world we live in, and May Allah subhanho wa Taala make us all carriers and representatives of this beautiful legacy of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Subhan Allah who behind the use of Hana columbium Nick Nationale de la ilaha illa Anta, the soccer governor to the lake