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The 11th Year

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Assalamualaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh this alga Nasir Jenga. If you enjoy and benefit from listening to our podcast, please donate to column by visiting support we love being able to share this content for free with you and your donation ensures that we are always able to do so. Each podcast we produce has 10s of 1000s of listeners. So the opportunity for gaining immense reward by supporting this effort is endless inshallah. You never know who will be able to benefit from your contributions and donations does that Kamala Hayden was said I'm Aleikum rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu, was salam, ala rasulillah, you are ready, you

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shall continue continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a certain number we had the prophetic biography. So for those attending here, and also

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tuning in, maybe to the life session, we've not had the CDL class for a couple of weeks, due to the road trip that we were gone on and handled, it was a very beneficial and a very blessed experience. And of course, the nature of this particular Omaha group and on a trip that we take every single year is particularly themed around built around the idea of actually studying the life of the prophets a lot he set up at the actual places and occasions where you know, the life of the prophets, a lot of them occurred and unfolded, and where everything basically happened. And so it's a real awesome opportunity to be able to really realize and experience some of those events from the

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life of the profits a lot he said them, but nevertheless, I'm the lower back now. And it just so happens on hamdulillah by the planning and the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala that the place where we had ended the previous session was actually the conclusion of the study of how gentle without the farewell pilgrimage we had quite a few quite a number of sessions in regards to the farewell pilgrimage. And we have concluded that study in the previous session. So what we're going to be starting today is in sha Allah, the 11th year of digital, we're going to be starting the 11th year of digital. Now we know we've typically heard that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam resided

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in the city of Medina 10 years. So where is this 11th year coming from? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam resided 10 years because he did not come exactly at the he did not arrive into Medina, exactly at the beginning of the calendar year, like at the first of 100. Wrong, he arrived into Medina a little bit into that year. And similarly,

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as we're going to study in and find out over the next few sessions,

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the profits a lot of a sudden did not live the entirety of this 11th year. In fact, he did not even lead live half of this 11th year, but rather than the profits allottee some passed away in the beginning parts, the first quarter of that 11th year. So technically, in that sense, it's the 11th calendar year, but it still amounts to 10 years of the profits alonnisos residents in the city of Medina. So I wanted to explain that from that point of view that there's that differentiation between just the calendar year versus how much time someone has spent somewhere. And that's a pretty logical thing. And most people are able to understand that and identify with that. So this 11th year

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of digital, basically began days after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived back in the city of Medina, after having performed and completed hygiene without the farewell pilgrimage, and the Prophet. And in this particular year, there are a number of monumentous very major significant historical events that occur in this year in terms of Islamic history. And many of those are not only in the aftermath, or, you know, subsequent to the passing of the prophets, a lot of them, but many of the major events of Islamic history in this year, transpire and occur actually, as a consequence, as a direct result of the passing of the prophets, a lot of them and we'll get to all

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of those things in its appropriate time in sha Allah.

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But it goes without saying it is very, very obvious and I'm just stating it for the sake of clarity and because we're all here to learn in it.

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Okay, if somebody doesn't automatically or already previously know something, but of course, the greatest event of this particular year, and maybe one of the most major events and tragic events, of all of not just Islamic history, but all of human history occurs during this year, and that is the actual passing and departure of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, from the life of this world and from this dunya and the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam This is something that was written that speaks about within the Quran, like in the heart, all the way at the beginning of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam up Allah subhanaw taala has stated at that time, when, you know

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to halal like Amina Lula, that the year after and what comes afterwards, is undoubtedly better and superior than that which came before meaning the life of the Hereafter is better than the life of this world. Well, so for your tea, caribou, coffee, and very soon your LORD shall grant you something that will bring you great satisfaction and pleasure and fulfillment and contentment. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam basically from that day forward, the prophets, a lot of them were tired asleep, he exhausted himself, and he expended all of his energy in propagating the message of God, in spreading the message of Islam, and establishing the deen the religion of God

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that Allah subhanaw taala had sent him with. We also talked about and it's appropriate to mention it here, because what I'd like to talk about in today's session, in today's portion that we'll be covering is some of the verses of the Quran. And some of the statements of the profits are the set of all which referenced and alluded to, they were all basically revealed either a little bit prior to where we're talking about right now, towards from the second half of the 10th. Year of April, up until the departure of the profits a lot instead of there are many fascinating verses of the Quran that were revealed that were all alluding to the departure of the prophets allottee some, some of

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them were revealed prior to that, and we'll talk about that as well. And the prophets, a lot of them made numerous statements and had certain experiences that all we're alluding to the departure and the end of the time of the prophets a lot in this world. There's the very well documented narration,

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the authentic narration, in which the Prophet sallallahu taala, the Allahu taala and who he narrates that the verse of the Quran polyoma, a command to lacantina What's mangalica miramonti worldly, worldly, to local Islam, Medina,

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that this verse of the Quran from Sultan mighty diverse number three from Sultan via surah number five, in which Allah subhanaw taala says, today I have completed for you your religion.

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And one a side note, I don't want this to turn into more of an in depth tafsir session. There's nothing wrong with that. But that's not the focus of our session here today. But just a little bit of notes that I want to point out here. This verse is so beautifully empowering. It is such an empowering verse, because Allah subhanaw taala says you're commanded to have first of all life speaking in the first person, which is very personal, very powerful. And then he says anioma acmella to Lancome. Today I have completed for you. And then Allah subhanaw taala says the nutcombe your religion, even though we know it's a religion of a law in Medina during the login Islam, Dena law,

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it is a religion of God. But Allah subhanaw taala calls it your religion, that this is your responsibility. This is your job. This is for you now. So go forward with it, take care of it, nourish it, nurture it, you know, propagate it, spread it to stop, establish it live by it. So today I have a law set today I've completed for you your religion. What's mom to Aleikum Nia, my team and I have completed upon you my blessing Allah says, What are lead to local Islam, Dina and I have chosen for you Islam as a way of life as a religion that this was revealed on the day of Friday, while the prophets a lot of them was standing at the place of a lot of fat during the Hajj. And

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similarly, it is also narrated in the Sunnah from even a V shaped buy in by Macavity in his two seed that are our middle Katara the Allahu taala on who when he heard the profits of lobbies and recite this verse to them at the occasion.

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Hij amaravati Allahu taala Han who he started to cry,

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he started to cry. Someone said to him, may you keep what makes you cry? And he said at that time in who lays abandoned calamy Bowden, Kamali, Lando saw

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what comes after completion.

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Other than deficiency,

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like it's like saying that something has reached its peak, and its Pinnacle.

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And the only way to go from here is down.

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And so it made him cry, because he realized that something not so pleasant is on the horizon.

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And yes, of course, that this is not to make us. This is not a defeatist mentality, or this is not to make this person mistake. But none of us have any qualms about the idea that no time is better than the time of the profits.

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No gathering is better than the gathering of the profits.

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No prayer would be better than the prayer you offered with the profits.

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No friend is better than the profits.

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No teacher is better than the profits.

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So it's just that realization.

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That Wow, like just a little idea, a thought, a glimpse, a notion of the fact

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that there is a such thing as life after the profits.

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And that made him shudder.

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That sent chills down his spine and made him cry.

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And this is not the language at all.

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There are a few other things that I've mentioned as we've gone through the different sessions, and I want to just kind of accumulate them here very quickly. But we also had talked about in the Hadith Sahih Muslim, narrated by Japanese denardo the Allahu taala and who, that as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was tossing the pebbles, the stones, casting the stones at the big pillar at the occasion of Hajj, the gemera that the prophets a lot he said him said hoodoo aneema rasika can

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learn from me how to perform hajj and then he says Fulani la Juba the army hada because it is very likely that I will not perform Hajj after this year.

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All these hints were being dropped. Not only that, but I've done a bit Ahmadi Allahu taala Anima narrates in the report mentioned by mentioning the Muslim the bazaar and the synonym for Imam and basically

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he mentioned Abdullah bin or the Allahu Terra Anima. That the surah is our Johannes ruler, he will fetch you

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that when the help of God and victory comes What are eight and nothing in the hula feeding Allah for them.

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And you see the people flocking and entering into the religion of Allah, in waves of watching

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for somebody, Arabic Allah subhanho so praise and glorify your Lord and seek His forgiveness in a who can utter weapon. Now undoubtedly He is the Most Gracious acceptor of people's repentance and forgiveness

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that this pseudo was revealed upon the profits of lobbyism. During the days of the *tier. The days of the Sinead are the days that are spent at the place of Mina towards the end of Hajj, that during those days at the place of may not dissimilar came down upon the prophets allottee center. And when the pseudo was revealed upon the prophets a lot he said, he summoned for his camel a swab, he boarded the camel and he went out into an open area and Mina, and he asked for all the Muslims the companions to gather and then he addressed them at the place of Mina.

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And that's why we know in the, you know, much after the passing of the prophets, a lot of a sudden, there's a very famous narration that is mentioned, that talks about how, during the laughter

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during the laughter during the caliphate, the time when

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the Allahu taala Han who was leading the Muslim Ummah, was governing over the Muslim lands that he used to have a special counsel, you know, the most senior, knowledgeable, wise experienced intelligent of the Muslims that he would consult with. And one of the people whom he used to include within that gathering within that Council was a young man

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who we all know very well Abdullah bin, bass, or the Allahu talanoa, who was the cousin of the prophet SAW

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So in a very young man, he was a teenager when the prophets a lot he sort of a late teenager, young man, when the prophets a lot of them passed away.

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And on

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top, so Abdullah, verses 20 are in his early 20s. And he would include him within this council. And there were very senior people, their Senior Companions, 5060 7080 year olds, very experienced people. And some of them kind of felt not necessarily negative, but they were curious.

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You know, how or why this young man is included within this gathering.

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And our Marathi Allahu taala and who came to kind of, you know, sense, this curiosity, this curiosity on the part of the other council members. So one day I've delivered our bus or the Allahu Allah Allah, He says, I was also a very astute, observant person.

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This is a very intelligent person. So he said he had kind of sensed and picked up on so maybe tension that was there. So he said, I used to sometimes kind of shy away from being there and attending. So it was one of those days where he convened the council, and he said, I was kind of hiding around the corner.

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And he specifically asked for me, he said, Where is the law, where he's on the webinar bus. So I very reluctantly came forward and I knew I kind of sensed I knew him very well. And I kind of sensed that he was going to be trying to make some type of a point. So he, once I came, he basically recited the sutra.

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And then he asked that he asked the members of the council, what do you understand from this particular surah? What are your reflections on the sutra and many of them mentioned you know, the general kind of meaning of the sutra when we're not either fully Helena and Escuela de una saphira, who

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so many of them said that this is God basically instructing us, teaching us that whenever you achieve victory, it is very important to remember to not gloat, to not boast.

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And tonight kind of, you know, overindulge within that moment. But to think and to reflect,

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to praise God, to thank Allah and to ask Allah for forgiveness of our shortcomings.

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And then he turned on another language on return job that had been our best and he said, Mata Julio Coronavirus, what about you? What can you share with me as a reflection from this? He said, who I didn't realize a lot he said I'm a new era he

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he said this sooner came down announcing

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the near departure of the prophets a lot easier.

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And it was basically almost like a an obituary, a eulogy, a eulogy of the prophets, a lot of sort of being delivered prior to his passing.

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Kind of a preparation for his departure.

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And I'm reading Allahu taala. On who said Allah Allah, Allah tala.

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That's exactly what I understand from the sutra as well.

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That's exactly what I understand from the sutra as well. So while it's a very remarkable story about the potential of young people and knowledge and understanding of the Quran, but I'm particularly mentioning it here for this specific point that this sooner came down a few months before the passing of the profits a lot of a sudden. And undoubtedly, this was another one of those hints, those references that were alluding to the fact that the time of the prophets alongside his departure had drawn near.

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Now what I wanted to do was I also wanted to talk about some of the verses

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numerous verses of the Quran that were revealed leading up to the departure of the prophets allottee some which were also alluding to this, Allah subhanaw taala in Sula to Zuma, in verses 30 and 31.

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Allah subhanaw taala

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revealed to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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in nicomedia.

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We're in omega two,

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no doubt, you will soon pass you will die. What are you doing in these other people will die as well through my inner cuyamaca material.

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And then on the Day of Judgment, all of you in front of your Lord will make your cases that meaning the people that you have conflict with on messenger

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Do your job

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because know that your time is limited in this world. So you have to leave and they also have to leave as well. And if they don't come around and they don't change your ways, no worries, everyone will get the opportunity to stake their case before God and He will establish justice. Again alluding to the idea that you you are about to leave

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in another salon similar to MBs number 21 is 34 and 35. Allah subhanaw taala said to the prophets a lot so personally just like in this verse as well in Mecca, you will die unless it will marjana liberation Basha in middle copper nickel holder.

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We never gave any human being before you eternal life in this world.

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No human being before you Oh Mohamed, oh, beloved, Silla Lagarde, who sort of no human being before you live forever, in this world of a jmeter foolhardiness

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that if you die, do these people think they will live forever, couldn't have said that remote, every single soul tastes depth. And one thing that again, not to divert away from the topic of discussion, but just these gems from the Quran, that are very beneficial. One thing very profound is a lot of times the verses translated not wrongly. But the verses often translated colloquially, as every soul shall taste death.

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And while that is true, the verse is actually very specific in its word, word usage.

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The way the verses constructed is in the nominal form, which basically not only says every soul shall taste death, but rather it's saying every soul is tasting death.

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And that's alluding to the idea that as every single second minute, ticks by,

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we are inching closer and closer to the time where we depart and leave this world.

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It's chipping away. It's like the the sands,

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you know, in an hourglass,

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just passing through.

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It's slowly trickling away. And then Allah subhanaw taala says, whenever Luke and Bill, what I will be sharing will hate you fitness. And we shall test you through good and bad times, as a test as a tough test of your faith. What Elena towards your own, and to us, alone are all of you not only going to return but are returning. And that's the whole idea. Every minute that goes by, we get closer and closer to the moment we stand before a law.

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And that's why we work towards that.

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Allah subhanaw taala. Similarly,

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he's said, and this was actually revealed eight years, or rather, excuse me seven years prior to this moment, in the Battle of word. And we're going to come back to this verse. Later on, in one of the upcoming sessions

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were less powerful and similar to Enron. So number three is number 144. last final, with all that said, well, Mohammedan illa rasuluh.

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Mohammed is a messenger, meaning Mohammed is a messenger.

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And it's not saying that in a reductive way, but it is also stating the reality. Mohammed is a messenger. Why is that important to note, but the finance mean,

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there are many messengers before Him who came and left the past

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in matter of routine, but if Howard salami sent him was to die, or even be killed,

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as many had feared, for a short while in the battlefield of offered

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in Colombia to Allah hobbico.

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Allah asks a rhetorical question.

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He says, Would you turn back on your heels? Would you really do that? Why am I an Alabama TV filling of rural Washington, and whosoever will turn back on their heels, meaning we'll give up everything,

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then that person does not harm God.

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You don't do anything any harm to a law, meaning the implication is you only harm yourself was to get you silica shaqiri. And very soon, Allah shall show the reward of the Grateful people, the people who are grateful the people who remember their blessings, and the people who stand firm on their faith, a lush

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reward them very, very soon they will see the reward of their Lord.

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And then of course like we talked about either jealous or lucky, was also revealed. At this time. I'm going to be

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radi Allahu taala on who I've done I've been aroma excuse me, Abdullah bin Rama radi Allahu cherono. He also says that when the surah either Janice will lock him down at the time of Hajj, he says, our offer of salicylate will be down.

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He said I now that I think back and when the sutra was revealed in the process, and recited the similar to us now that I think back, I can recall, a look on the face of the prophets a lot. He said that when the suitor came down, he realized

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that this was his farewell

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that this was his farewell.

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Similarly, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and this is something we're going to talk about later. But the prophets a lot he said him, every single Ramadan.

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Every single Ramadan since the prophets a lot he assumes arrival in the city of Medina, since

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there was a tradition that was established. And we practice that tradition we carry on and commemorate that tradition. Every Ramadan till today.

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The tradition that was established was that every single Ramadan, de Angel gibreel, and a Salah

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used to come to the profits a lot, etc. Every single day in Oregon,

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and they would recite to one another. Whatever had been revealed from the Quran up until that particular point, and throughout the month of Ramadan, they would go through the entirety of what had been revealed up to that point.

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So let's say half the plan had been revealed throughout the month of Ramadan, every single day they would have sessions going to you that is to need you believe

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that basically, the prophets of love is one would recite whatever that half of the problem that admin revealed up to that point did you believe and you believe it also recited to the prophets a lot. So as a way to review

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the Quran. And then every year, of course, the Quran kept, you know, more of the Quran had come down and they would go through all of it through all of it through all of it. The last Ramadan of the province a lot isn't the majority of the Quran had come down, and the majority of the Quran was recited back and forth from the prophets, a lot of them to Djibouti and and to Djibouti to the prophets a lot. So, but then something very unique happened

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after they went through the entirety of it once, both of them.

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Then gibreel Ali Salam said a second time

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let's do a second round, a second review.

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And they and then the prophets a lot. He said that we're in now who are the knee Allah, Allah ma Latina?

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amaravati, Kalani, Robbie agilely.

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gibreel demanded that we go through the second time and we went through a second time and he said, at that time, I had this realization that this was for no other reason than the fact that the time of my departure had cut hadron near.

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Similarly, in sahadi, Abu Zubaydah radi Allahu anhu He also narrates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, another tradition of the prophets allottee sort of that is also observed by people around the world. Every single Ramadan till today

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was the fact that in the month of Ramadan, during the last 10 days and nights, the prophets a lot eatin would confine himself

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to the masjid. What we know as he he kind of

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aka means to devote and dedicate yourself to something. So it's one of the words that's used for worship as well are caffeine. Alright, so here it Caf means to confine yourself to a space for devotion and dedication for worship, and the prophets a lot. He said he would do he it Goff would stay in the masjid for the last 10 days and nights and did this every single year since arriving in the city of Medina. But then the prophets Allah says, For Lama or Abu huraira, narrates for them macadam in Allah, Amina de torfx efe, he kind of reflects on this, you know,

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retro spectively. retrospectively, he reflects on this and he says, For the macadam II that I'm Isla de tofi, that the year the Prophet somebody's son passed away

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the Ramadan prior to his passing, etc, Federation emailing

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the prophets a lot his own did he call for the last 20 days at night

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He doubled it, investing more time

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into worship

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into establishing the masjid. And of course the product, the air he got off. That's why I keep translating air to golf as confining oneself to the space of the masjid. But I do not translate the Arctic off as isolation.

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Because he had to cough is not isolation. Isolation would mean solitude or isolation would mean you don't interact with people. That's not enough. He would be sleeping and staying in the masjid, he would not leave the premises of mustard. But five times a day, the Russia was full. And people would pray and he would leave them in prayer. And he would talk to them and answer their questions and teach them read Quran with them.

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So it was also a way but think about it. Right? If somebody is staying in the US day and night for 10 days or 20 days,

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they're gonna have more time to teach people, they're gonna have more time to pray with people, they're gonna have more time to answer people's questions. Because you're dedicated for that purpose, you're confined to that space. So it also served the wisdom of the prophets, a lot of them being even more available

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to anyone who needed

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anything from him, particularly spiritually,

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prior to his departure.

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So you had all these different things that were occurring, all kind of building towards the same idea.

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Not only that, but similarly.

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It's narrated Muhammad Yunus hog, the famous scholar of the seat or the historian, he narrates any documents that when the prophets allottee, sim came back from March, it'll be down. Now let's pick up from where we left off the timeline. Now that we've kind of grasped that this, there was a lot of things leading up to this moment, there's a lot of momentum leading up to here. When the profits a lump sum returned back, he, there was the end of the month of July.

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So he came back to Medina and stayed in Medina and it was almost you know, as the expression goes, for lack of a better expression, it was business as usual, meaning the daily activities resumed the remainder of the month other

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than the multiple Hara, than a month of suffering.

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And the first few days of the month of Robbie rule a Well, the first few days of the month of robiola when things basically resolved and things were going on as usual, there were definitely a couple of things that stuck out.

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Like we said, like we talked about, there were a few of these things. And along with these things, there was also the fact that the prophets, a lot of them definitely did seem older.

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There were signs of age, a little bit slower in his step, when he sat down, took them a little bit longer to get back up. When the process of law the son was always a very active and, you know, physically fit person.

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And even now for his age, he was extremely, you know, active, but still, like 10 years ago, the prophets a lot of people would walk all around Medina.

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When you get to go out to puja once a week on Saturday, you would walk.

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But now when the profits a lot of them needed to kind of go around Medina, he'd had the donkey that he would ride, kind of needing some transportation. So there were definitely those things but for the most part,

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activities resumed.

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And then

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seven days a week.

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The prophets a lot of kind of, you know, mentioned this, the prophets a lot isn't passed away on a Monday morning. It was the 12th of the hedgerows on Monday morning. So about a week prior to that, late Sunday night or early Monday morning, that night, between Sunday and Monday, that night, the profits a lot of a sudden, there was a very particular

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The profits a lot easier than we used to wake up an hour and a half, two hours before the federal prayer.

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depending on the season, anywhere from an hour and a half to two and a half hours. during the summertime, of course it'd be the nights are shorter. So it'd be maybe about an hour and a half or so. during the wintertime the nights are longer, so it'd be like two and a half hours. Nevertheless, you rake up about two hours. You know before fajita

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and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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When he woke up this night, he woke up a little bit earlier than expected. So if it was normally around two hours, you woke up like an extra half hour early, or for an hour early three hours over budget.

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And especially due to the age First of all, generally speaking, the prophets a lot of them was a very strong proponent of the buddy system.

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Especially when they would go out on the different expeditions and campaigns and military campaigns and things like that the travel during travel the prophets, a lot of them strict advice to all the companions was, nobody should you know, because when they would need to use the restroom, they didn't have like restrooms in the facilities. So what they would do is they would have to kind of go out into the bushes or the woods or something like that.

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So the profits a lovely simple, very strictly had instructed everyone, nobody should ever wake up at night and go out on their own.

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This is not safe. There's no way to know if an accident occurs or anything like that. So always have a buddy. Take a buddy with you. I have a buddy system. So the profit salon is someone who would wake up at, you know, two, three hours or two hours for fudger at night 4am.

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there that would usually be somebody waiting for the profits,

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who go with them I've delivered Massoud have delivered our bus of a radar Oussama to moseyed. These types of companions would be waiting for him, particularly now that the profits a lot isn't what it was at a more advanced stage. And he could use some assistance.

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Someone would always be waiting for him and they would have his shoes. They will have his staff like a walking stick.

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And they will have some water in like a bucket or a jug already prepared and ready.

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So the person who was whose turn it was to get the opportunity to be with the profits a lot so that the 100 his name was a Boo Boo.

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Boo Boo wahiba.

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Now abou way Heba. He was used to be a slave who had become Muslim. And the profits allowed him personally arranged for his freedom from slavery.

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The profits allowed him personally had arranged setting him free from slavery. So the process of freedom personally. So that's why, whenever like someone like let's say that, you know, say, was freed from slavery by Khalid. So from that day forward, Zaid wouldn't be known as Sade Mola, Khalid

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and Khalid would be known as well as aid. They would have a relationship going forward. And so that's why Allah Allah was Mola Aviva.

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And Abubakar was Mola villa. Zaid, the adopted son of the prophets along the similar zone as Ada Mola, Rasul lysimeters. So a boon where he bought also very proudly was known as a homeboy Heba modasa naxalism

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so he was waiting for the profits a lot of that day.

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And a boom away Heba. He says the profits of Mali some came out a little earlier than I expected.

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But luckily, I was already awake and preparing and he called for me

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and then the prophets a lot he said, he said something out of the ordinary. He didn't get up earlier to go use a restaurant and he said in the middle to any other meal to start earlier this year from today,

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after using the restroom making will do and whatnot. He then said to your boy, Heba Oh boy, Heba I have been committed, which means God has instructed me

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to go and visit the inhabitants of this graveyard. And he pointed he gestured towards what we know as Obamacare, or agenda tillbaka which was known before as Buffy or lohar.

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It was a graveyard of Medina.

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That is there till today. Now of course, it's quite astounding

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to the masjid of the prophets A lot has grown and expanded to the point where, where the premises of the masjid mean the whole area, the courtyard of the machine everything. Where are the premises ends, the graveyard begins.

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But of course at that time, that graveyard was on the outskirts of the city. And that's why when you visit today

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Berkeley, the compound of the machine, the courtyard in the surrounding areas of the masjid are basically about as big as Medina used to be.

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Right, the core of the city of Medina, there were neighborhoods on the outskirts of Medina. But that was like what was considered the core of Medina. Pre islamically. Yes. All right.

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So the prophets, Allah is pointed towards other but there

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were many Muslims were buried. Many of the companions were buried, and many of the family members of the prophets along these were also buried.

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Right? The daughters, three of the daughters of the prophets, a lot of them were buried there. Zeno, macoun ruqayyah.

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The son,

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the last child of the process of Ibrahim, but also buried there.

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So the prophets of Allah suggestion there and he said, I have been commanded to visit the inhabitants of that river. So come with me. frontenac right. So he says, I went with him. And he says when the province a lot of them arrive there.

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There's an application that you say when you visit the graveyard,

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the prophets, a lot of people some set a variation of that there are many variations, said assalamu aleikum wa makabe

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there are many variations of Oracle Yakubu so on and so forth. He said Peace be upon you, oh inhabitants of these graves.

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And then he said something very deep. Very powerful. He said Mila qu ma spa to fee mimma spa now Sophie,

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you said you are in a better place than we are.

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The gist of it is you are in a better place somewhere.

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And he said up but Ill fitted cochlea dilated Muslim.

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He said some very dark times are ahead.

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Some very dark times are ahead.

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He said he had Barrow alcohol when

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you know situation or one, you know tragedy will lead into the next one. difficulties are on the horizon. Tough times are at one leading into the other

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to salmonella. And each tragedy will seem to be worse than the previous one.

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Not only will those tragedies grow worse, but also the people will have a harder time and dealing with those tragedies as time goes on as well.

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Through Mahatma Ali

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then he said a boom wahiba the companion the process that I'm on that night. He said after saying this and he's hanging on every word out of the mastoid process. That's why he's relaying every word to us. He says then he turned to me and he said yeah hubba hubba

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Oh boy, Heba in me or the OT to my fatty hahaha in the dunya will hold the finger.

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He said, Oh boy, God granted me

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the the opportunity to have the keys to all the treasures of this world

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and to live in this world till the end of the world and then go to Paradise.

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So number one, option number one, door number one.

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Allah Spano wattana gave me the option that I will have access to unlimited resources. I will live till the end of this world

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and then go to Paradise

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for who used to be Nevada Lika ouabain and they are in Abuja. And then he gave me a second option, door number two. The second option door number two is that I can go back now

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to meet my Lord, meet my creator and then go to Paradise.

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So I was given two options. Either I live till this world ends and then go to Paradise, of course.

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Or I returned back to my Lord now and then go to bed.

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So he said he said this to me.

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So why don't you buy says

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I just couldn't restrain myself. I said we are be underwhelming.

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I would sacrifice everything for you. I will give up my mother and my father for you. I wouldn't give up everything for you. Hood malfatti half as an engineer will hold the field.

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So please take option number one. Don't leave us. Don't leave us. Please take option number one

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and allow ally Yaga muhabba he said no different. No, no, no. He said to the QRP Well,

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I have chosen to go back and meet my Lord and then go to Paradise.

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Then the prophets a lot he said, I'm made to offer the forgiveness of the inhabitants of Albuquerque, people who had passed away

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and then he turned back, he turned back to come back home.

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And a boom way he says, For booting up, aerosolized. allottee somebody earlier the other day, who long Fie.

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And from that same morning, started the illness and the sickness

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of the profits a lot, hmm.

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That basically would eventually that he would pass away and

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that started

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the departure of the prophets a lot he sent him.

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And he goes on to say, from Allah visa, Radek, Illa, sivanna, with the money and hatzopoulos, the prophet Somalis have lived for another week.

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what we're going to go ahead and pause here and stop here for today, due to selecting Russia inshallah. But what we're going to be talking about,

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over the next couple of sessions is that last week of the life of the prophets, a lot of what transpired during that week, there are many amazing,

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fascinating, powerful conversations interactions that the prophets Alonso had during the last week of his life. So we'll be talking about that. And that will eventually lead us into the discussion of the actual passing of the prophets allottee. So and then, well, as a part of this particular series, we're not going to just continue on to the to the mean, but what we will talk about is, what how was the departure in the passing of the profits, a lot of some handled, how was it managed? And what were the next few days in the immediate aftermath of the passing of the process of like, so that's what we'll be talking about over the next few sessions. May Allah subhanaw taala give saw the

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ability to practice everything we shouldn't hurt, some kind of like become the he said so Hannah calamari from Deke, Shadow Allah ilaha illa Anta Asakura