Abdul Nasir Jangda – Seerah 198

Abdul Nasir Jangda
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh this optimiser Jenga. If you enjoy and benefit from listening to our podcast, please donate to column by visiting support along.com 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 akmola Hayden was Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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He had marine inshallah, continuing with our city of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sirata number via the prophetic biography.

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In the previous session, we talked about the very difficult and very tragic

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passing of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And we talked about it at length.

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Of course, just to kind of remind, remind ourselves, that this is basically the greatest tragedy that's ever come upon the world come upon humanity, and the home of the profits along the center.

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We talked about that Monday morning,

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on which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left this world and departed for the hereafter for the afterlife.

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And we talked about the immediate aftermath of the passing of the prophets a lot a sentiment, with some of the reactions from the companions, the obvious shock, and pain and dismay that they were in. We also talked about how Abubakar de la the Allahu taala, and who the best friend of the prophets a lot, he said, I'm amongst the people, the closest of his companions, someone who was there from the very beginning, how he basically managed that whole situation as best as anyone could have ever managed it and anyone could ever be expected to, and how he held the oma together by addressing everyone, and consoling everyone and reminding everyone of the legacy of the prophets a lot he said,

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um, and really what the prophets of the LaGuardia was sort of wanted from us what he taught us, and what he left us with.

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What we're going to be talking about over the next couple of sessions, which will lead us to the conclusion of this series of the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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is, are two things that I felt are important to talk about, in the aftermath of the passing of the profits a lot. So And typically, the scholars who have written on the life of the Prophet salani set up, they typically mentioned two things in the aftermath of his passing before they conclude their narrative of the life of the prophets a lot. So the first one is, and this is going to go in chronological order, as we have done all throughout the series, we've been following following the chronology of the life of the prophets, a lot of them, the first thing is the appointing of a successor. And they act successor to the prophets, a lot of them and the leader of the oma of the

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Muslims. And then secondly, what we'll be talking about is the funeral, if you will of the prophets a lot of them. What How did they exactly prepare their profits alonnisos body for burial? How did they say their farewells to the prophets a lot, he said, and then where and how they laid him to rest.

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And what's very interesting and fascinating. Today we'll be talking about succession, and the appointing of a leader and a successor to the profits a lot, etc. What's very fascinating is, normally if we were to talk about or have a conversation, in regards to someone's passing,

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the idea normally would be that the very first thing that would be done in the event of someone's passing is that the funeral is arranged for and taken care of, and that no doubt was the advice of the prophets a lot, etc, as well. He advised us that when someone passes away to not unnecessarily delay the funeral rites,

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but the operative the key word there is unnecessarily to not delay it without necessity.

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And in the case of the passing of the profits a lot he set up his funeral rights if you will.

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We're not delayed. We're not it's not what can be called a delayed, it was not delayed beyond necessity at all. But nevertheless, it was not the very first thing that was done. After his passing. There was something that was deemed extremely important and significant insignificant.

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At the time of the passing of the prophets, a lot he set up, as became very evident, literally in the minutes after his passing.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the messenger and the prophet of God. He is the leader of humanity.

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He is the leader of the aroma of the Muslims.

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And he had done everything from, introduce them to Islam.

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Introduce them to God to Allah, bring them into the fold of the religion of Islam. Teach them the religions, teach them how to live their lives, teach them, what is the meaning and the purpose of their existence, instruct them practically, on how to live their lives, lead by example, so on and so forth, he had done everything.

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And in the immediate aftermath of the passing of the messenger, peace be upon him.

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As you can imagine, there was a lot of confusion. And there was obviously the heartache, and the pain of losing him. But there was also some confusion, there was a little disarray.

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You had the idea of what are we supposed to do? Our best But often, the uncle of the prophets of audition literally said those words. Does anyone know what we're supposed to do now.

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And, as we saw very clearly demonstrated beautifully demonstrated Abubakar probably a lot more anime, I'll be pleased with him, when he ascended the member that day, when he climbed up on the pulpit, and he addressed the Muslims and the oma

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and reminded them, of their purpose reminded them of what they're supposed to do. You saw the calming and the soothing effect that it had on the people. We're sitting here 1400 years later, halfway across the world. Even when we talk about read about listen to the passing of the prophets among each other, it creates such a sense of sadness and pain.

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And it makes you think about like, what, what would I do in that situation.

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And when we talk further about abubaker, climbing on the member staff standing up on the member

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and addressing the people and reminding everyone of who they are and what they're supposed to do and who the profits of Lonnie seven was, and what he wanted us to do. Even for us today, it creates his comic effect.

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And a gift reminds us of our sense of purpose. And so, in that

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scenario that unfolded, it was very quickly realized that the most immediate need

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was actually to make sure that we had leadership

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that we have leadership in place.

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And so that we could move forward as a cohesive unit.

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The people could continue to operate as an as a collective, as a unit.

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Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran, in the human

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that this nation of yours, this group of yours is collective of yours, all my time, which means one nation, but then for the sake of emphasis, Allah says what you know, it is one singular nation. You are one singular unified group.

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Allah the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam give us multiple analogies to help us understand how important the unity and the cohesiveness

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of the Muslim Ummah is where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said California you should do Babu Babu

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Alaska Muna, California, that the believers the Muslims together a unified collected together are like a structure. One brick is supporting the other brick. They're held up together.

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The profits are low and he was sent them in another narration. He says that Kalika just said in wide that the Muslim collective is like one body. He just acaba who is takaku when a part of it is suffering, all of it

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feels that pain and all of it has to compensate to relieve that one suffering part of it.

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So in this way the profits a lot of the setup explained to us will Kuhn worry about the lucky one,

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remain as a family

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in a moment.

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So in that moment, that realization was there, that we need to be unified.

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And the passing of the profits a lot isn't was something that up. But at the same time, it was also something that was just so traumatic, and so unique and so important and significant, that there was also the idea that this is, this is a ripe situation, this situation is right, for there to be a lot of disagreement, and dispute

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and even conflict, if not handled very carefully.

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Even just a funeral rites of the profits along, how do we do that? How do we go about that? What is what are we to do? What are we not supposed to do?

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Some of the immediate affairs of the prophets, a lot of his family, how do we manage those things. And then there was a moment all together, there was also the idea that would that was there, and that much of the Arabian Peninsula to zealots, an Arab had to embrace and accepted Islam in the last year, year and a half before the passing of the prophets a lot.

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And many of them were still very, you know, they didn't have the kind of solidification

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in their faith and in their conviction, potentially.

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That there being a vacuum or an absence of some strong sound.

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Leadership could also create a lot of uncertainty for people.

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And this fundamentally reminds us of how important leadership actually is. And so in that moment,

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on that same day of the passing of the prophets a lot later that day,

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there was this realization that what are we to do in the aftermath.

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And the scenario that unfolded so what we're going to be talking about today is still that day of Monday, the day the profits are what is passed away, and then we will touch on the following morning, Tuesday morning.

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on that Monday, and what travel continue to transpire onto Tuesday. The event that describes what occurred is actually described often as Sufi for to benissa suceava to bernisa. So effectively sorry that the sub diva, basically this refers to what used to be on the outskirts of Medina at that time, on the edge of Medina. Remarkably, as I've mentioned previously, a few times, the masjid of the prophets a lot a set up the sanctuary the masjid has grown so much that it essentially is the size of the old city of Medina. And the sub Eva bunny Salida, which was on the outskirts or on the outer edge of the city of Medina at that time, is actually pretty much right outside the masjid of the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam if somebody is facing towards the table, it is towards the right hand side of the mustard towards the back of the machine.

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So if you go outside the compound of Mr. Nebo Lee, towards the right of the mustard in the back, you basically come from you see the place of supply for two bunnies either what this lever was spinning, sorry, that was the name of the tribe, the name of the people who lived in that area. suceava basically refers to a garden. So there was a garden there and it was known as the Garden of the people have been husana these people were unsolved. And so this event transpires over there. So the prophets a lot even passes away. We talked about it. It was around mid morning, almost noon time

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of a record gathered the people together, rallied the people reminded the people consoled the people comforted the people, they prayed. There's a lot of thought. And then later that day,

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there was this understanding and this realization that okay, what are we going to do about this vacuum of leadership that is created. So at that time, Ali and ZWave Ali and zubaid brothers rhodiola patella, and these are two of the senior, very tenured companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and they are also family members of the prophets a lot he set up.

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I needed the Allahu taala No, of course, as we all know, is not only the cousin of the Prophet ceylonese of the Senegal Battalion, but he's also married to the daughter of the Prophet salami, so the only child of the prophets a lot enough to survive him. Fatima Zahra Sita Fatima, Zahara de la putana and Zubaydah as a baby

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Got the Lakota language available. He is the cousin of the prophets allottee Center. He's the cousin of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. His mother was the art of the prophets, a lot of them Sophia, who is buried in that back here

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in Zubaydah was married to the sister of Ayesha a snob interview Becca, Becca being the family members of the profits a lot a setup. fee and Zubaydah basically went to the home of Fatima in the home of Ronnie they went there to console and to comfort and to be with the family members particularly Fatima radi Allahu taala and so they were there. Meanwhile,

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Ahmed radi Allahu taala on who

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he was with Abubakar as

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many of them * loon the the people who had migrated from Mecca to Medina the Muslims the margarine, they were gathered there together with a bucket and unloaded the Allahu taala and they were in the masjid.

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Meanwhile, the Allahu taala animal heard the news that

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the unsolved were gathering together some of the leadership of the unsolved the local Medina and Muslims, they had gathered together in the garden of Bousada. They had gathered there together to just console one another, and to also try to figure out what is the course forward? What is the path forward? What are we need to do now?

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At that time,

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they said that we should go and meet with our brothers who are not going alone. We should go and meet with our brothers from the unsolved. So they said that we went there. And when we arrived there, we met with the unsolved.

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And once we went there, and we sat down with them, they were all gathered there together. There was a man who was kind of sitting in the middle of the rock gathered around him, he was wrapped up in a shawl.

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And it was sad to ignore data,

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who was the leader of the Hassan? He was the leader of the husband's tribe amongst the unsought. So he was sitting there and he was considered a senior of their community. So he was sitting there everyone was kind of sitting around him. They were gathered there together, what can and what are the Allahu taala Anima along with many of them are June they walked in, they entered in, they greeted one another.

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They asked, you know, rather he was wrapped up in a shawl. They asked him if he was okay. He said, I've just been sick, and I've been feeling well. So they said that Please sit with us. They all sat down. One of the unsolved he stood up at that time,

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and he praised and Glorified Allah. And he said, I'm not bad. Fernando Ansaldo, loggie were katiba to Islam.

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They said that we are the helpers of God, like the helpers of the religion of Allah.

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But katiba to Islam. We are like the backbone of Islam.

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What unto me, Mr. shivajinagar akumina.

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And they said that you Omaha June, you came and basically joined us. You are now a group amongst us, boca de dafa tournament going to be do now. And yesterday noon, I'm in Atlanta. We do we do, Luna, Luna.

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And he goes on to say he said that.

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What we're hearing now is that you are going to take the reins of leadership on logic.

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And you're basically going to cast to society.

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And you're going to take over the leaders.

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He then got quiet and he sat down

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for a second or two. And

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once he got quiet and he finished and he sat down, he said I wanted to speak up.

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And he said well, other zawada

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are Giovanni urato to an akula Avenida de Becker. He said I had been thinking while he was talking about what I would say, and I thought I had figured out a really good presentation to make. I felt like I had the words that I wanted to present here. And I wanted to say it.

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You know, I wanted to state what I had to say.

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And I wanted to see you while aboubaker was present, because it was going to be related to

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the coup that he had.

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But he said what made me hesitate was that I know my demeanor. I know my temper, and I know that I'm a little bit of a passionate person. Almost says I knew that I was a passionate

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In person, we're working on a mini Walter

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Bravo worker

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who was a lot more forbearing that I was, he was a lot more patient, he was a lot more sophisticated. He was a lot more calm, cool and collected than I was.

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And he said, I was thinking about what I should say.

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And I started to kind of like, you know, when you kind of sit, you're about to speak and you sit up straight and you kind of gather your breath and you can see that somebody is getting ready to say something. And we'll walk around the Allahu Jelani gesture to me and he said,

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You should relax,

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relax, meaning telling me not to rush to say anything. For career to an od Babu. I did not want to upset him.

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Who can handle a mini Walker, I knew that he was more knowledgeable than me and more dignified than me.

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And then he goes on to say, kind of foreshadow, he says, We're lucky Matata, come and tell you within our jabatan fetus weedy Illa, Allah haffi. But he had he was.

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He said, ultimately,

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I did not regret not speaking. I never ended up regretting remaining quiet and deferring to aboubaker. Because he said everything that I was thinking and even better.

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He said he ended up saying everything I wanted to say and even better. What did he say?

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He said, further, the cartoon Hayden Phantom.

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He said, the good that you have said about yourselves, that you supported Islam and you support it the prophets a lot easier. And you gave a home to Islam. When narration says that he mentioned all the narrations in which the prophets a lot of them ever said anything good about the outside, all the virtues of the Ansari convention all of them, you know, that you were the people about whom the prophets a lot of them said yo silicondust huadian was selected for a while they were the dlsr that if all humanity went one way, and the unsought went another way, I would go the way of the ensemble.

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You are the people. And he mentioned all their virtues. He said everything good about you, you know it, I know it, we know it, and it is true. For unto Allah when you were deserving of all of that praise.

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He said, Well, I'm sorry, Phil araba had half an hour ilani hadn't hired me.

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He said, however,

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what we are talking about here today is that all of the Arabian Peninsula, and now even some areas outside of the Arabian Peninsula,

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Bahrain have come into the fold of Islam.

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And there were other outlying regions which had started to come into the fold of Islam.

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What we are here gathered here talking about today, and that is unifying all of Arabia together and leading all of Arabia very strongly and confidently and properly. That is something that no other community has experience in other than the

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the Quraysh are the only tribe. We are the only people who have led all of Arabia whose leadership Oliver Arabia has accepted tribally speaking, of course, the prophets a lot. So but meaning tribally speaking, I mean, he's a prophet of God. So that's a given after him, aside from him. There's nobody else who has experienced that other than the kurush.

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And he said, who also to the army, NASA Darren, the Quraysh have always been considered the premier tribe of Arabia in terms of lineage in terms of family history. And in terms of home they have always been the caretakers of the holy sanctuary, the GABA maka, the Hello,

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vocoder Ravi to lagoon I had a hazard of having the Roger Laney au machine.

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And then Abubakar radi Allahu charango says therefore, when he saw when he was speaking, and he saw, everyone was understanding, nodding along and agreeing with what he was saying, because he's speaking very logically. And again, not only that, but you see kind of the, the methodology of the Speaker of the electron. He started by praising them, acknowledging them, giving them deferring to them every virtue that was righteously and properly afforded to them.

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And that they were deserving of deserved by now.

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So you didn't make you didn't allow them to feel undermined. As the one gentleman that said previously, we hear you're gonna cast aside No, nobody's casting anyone aside. You're the young saw. You're the Beloved of the prophets a lot. How could we cast you aside? Your brothers but what

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We're talking about here and he presented his very logical case. And then so then he said that if you all agree with me, I have two individuals that I will suggest to you that can do this task of leading us. They they have the the qualifications necessary. They are companions of the Prophet salami, so, they were with the prophets a lot through thick and thin for a very long time. They are from the Quraysh so all the rest of Arabia will also recognize their credibility.

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There are two people that I will suggest as leaders here I will back up said

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Who are those two people will either be a D will be getting a purebeta imager.

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Amara booga cara de La Cucina Ahmad narrates he said, I'll go back and after saying this, he said, I suggest one of two people, whomever you'd like, he said, he grabbed my hand. I was sitting next to him, he took my hand. And on the other side of him was I will obey that emilija law. About our way the image of law is a Senior Companion of the prophets a lot from from the early days of Makkah, from the early days of Makkah, had been through thick and thin, had made the heater on me, made the migration to Medina, served by the side of the Atlantic salmon, traveled with him, prayed with him, learn from him, sat with him, walked with Him, talked with him.

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And on top of everything else, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said about him, I mean, who had the llama, he is the most trustworthy manner by law and the prophets a lot. He somehow appointed him in charge of the beta environment, the public fund, because he said, I don't know anybody more trustworthy than Israel. I trust him with anything.

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So because of these qualifications, Omar says, After saying this, he took my hand, he took the hand of a word of verbatim algebra.

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And he said, pick one of these two.

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He said philam ocra mimma Oliveira,

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he said, this was the only thing I wish I hadn't said. Omar says, I agreed with everything he said except for this part. Where he suggested me for free lava. I said that that I don't agree with.

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He says we're gonna we're lucky. I know Kadima for to Toronto de la Yukari Bonnie Danica Illa, infomine Hubba illya, Amar Allah amin, FEMA, Abu Bakr.

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He said that if I had stepped forward at that moment and said, Yes, I'll take the leadership, I would have been, it would have been justified to strike me down to where I stood.

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Be because he says that I would rather be killed. I would rather be killed in cold blood than to commit the sin,

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of stepping forward and taking the reins of leadership while Abu Bakar was present.

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Because we all knew,

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and not forgetting the fact that in the final days of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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when some when he needed someone to stand at his place and lead the prayer,

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he appointed aboubaker. So how can I step forward at this point?

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So he says that one of the answers,

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he stood up,

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and he said, energy, they do ad hoc. Where are they? Where are they? muhabba

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he says that, you know, it's an expression in the Arabic language, which basically means, you know, we mean no offense that we mean no harm. But may I give a suggestion? He says midnight Armenian woman Kuma milania. Mashallah polish.

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He says that,

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how about this, I have a suggestion. we appoint a leader from the unsought and you Quraysh, the Mahajan appointed leader from yourselves. We have two leaders of two communities will collaborate or work together. But you have your leader, we have our leader.

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He says that at that time,

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Catherine lava to work for Atilla sua to hatachi to Latina. He said the moment that man said that, and people started to object and people started to say, no, that's not okay. And, you know, the divide that that gets created that the environment that is created, somebody says no, that's not okay. And somebody says it could work and somebody says, No, it couldn't work. Why couldn't it work? Well, it won't work for this. And all of a sudden, everyone's cross talking. Everyone's talking amongst themselves. They're discussing their debating. They're talking and the voices are being raised. And it just, it wasn't the dispute. It wasn't a constant conflict yet, but it's just

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everybody was talking about that once everybody was talking to the guy next to them. And

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he said in a sensitive moment like that, that is not a good look.

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That is not a good vibe in a sensitive moment like that. And he said, I was afraid that this could lead to conflict, this will lead to conflict. So he said, kind of seizing the moment.

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I took a walk in his hand, he was holding my hand a minute ago, I took his hand. I said, open your hand, he opened his hand. And he said that, I put my hand on his hand.

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And I said, I pledge my allegiance to you as my leader.

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He said, The moment I did that everyone got quiet. Everyone saw and the people who were sitting immediately around him, many of the logical, they all came forth and they put their hand on aboubaker sand and they all pledge their allegiance. And the Ensenada saw that and they were sitting a little bit further away from him. They all started getting up one after another, walking over to him putting their hand in his hand and saying we pledge our allegiance to you.

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And he says that saben Arvada

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* Allahu taala. And who, so I'll get to that in just a minute better or the local Toronto says, that amount we're lucky my widget that FEMA has

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archie bunker. He says that

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I have never witnessed

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everyone so quickly and immediately and completely agree to anything after the profits a lot. So, like I saw everyone in that moment agree that aboubaker should be our leader. Immediately in that moment, everyone came and gave their allegiance to Abu Mercado de Lago.

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There are some other narrations

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that tell us some of the more details of that scenario in that conversation. I've done a bit of a sudo the Allahu taala narrates in the narration found in the Muslim

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that when the prophets a lot isn't passed away, in some of the unsolved said, we should have our leader and you should have your own leader. Or what about the local Toronto City, I'm Asha, Lanzarote owned by brothers of the Tsar. And lesson two alone Don't you know, don't you remember?

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Amara Ababa Quran and Yama NASA that the Prophet sallahu Shem commanded Abu Bakr to lead the people in prayer for aq Khan to do.

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So now who amongst you feels comfortable standing in front of a walker?

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If the profits a lot of them put in put him in the spot of the Imam which of you is comfortable going and standing in front of him?

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Essentially what he was implying was, which of you is okay define the advice of the prophets a lot.

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For Karla Dillon saw the unsorted, said narrow the biLlahi and

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may God protect us from trying to step ahead of the boubakeur in the narration of Masai

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Mara the Allahu taala Han who says he said at that moment after people started giving the baotou Abu Bakar giving the oath of allegiance Abu Bakar

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I've done a bit about the Aleppo Toronto binaries that are literal the Allahu taala and who said yeah, Mashallah Muslim, you know, Muslims come forward. In Allah Naseby a marina Biggie lucky Thani Athena is

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the most deserving of us to lead us after the prophets a lot is his companion in the game.

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his companion in the cave family, Athenians marfil are the one whom a lot referred to in the Quran. As the second of the two people who took refuge in the cave, Abu Bakar alemu been a worker who is clearly ahead of all of us.

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And in one generation amarante Allahu taala, who says that when he took the hand of or when he took the hand of a provocateur workers hand, and he went to go give the bailout to Abu Bakar, a man from the unsought have stepped up and put his hand in between and put his hand on the workers hand first. From the unsought, a leader from the unsought, a senior leader from the unsought he stuck his hand in and put his hand in first before almost hand to demonstrate the fact that we are unified we are in agreement on this and that senior individual who put his hand in first to give the oath of allegiance double buck, his name was Bushido. pusad and he is the father of a Norman Ivanova Shiva,

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radi Allahu taala bashira Broussard was one of the senior leaders of the unsought community.

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Furthermore, it's mentioned about

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this moment, that

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Salvador Amati Allahu taala no after everyone started giving the oath of allegiance to Abu Bakar so the

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karate Allahu Allahu

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Allahu taala, who he said to Sabina Avada, so that I had brought up his name earlier. He was a leader of the unsought. He was a very senior leader of their community. They had all gathered around him. There was there were there was initially some sentiment, the Sabino Armada is also capable of leading us.

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And now when this unification occurred,

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this disagreement occurred. This consensus was occurring was building on the leadership of Abu Bakar. rotting Allahu taala, who sat in Arvada was still sitting there.

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As we had mentioned before he was wrapped up in a shawl. He was sick. He was sitting there on one of the Allahu taala and who he said yes.

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He said, my brother, sad, you know, another salon salon.

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The profits a lot except one set. And I remember you were there in that gathering, you heard these words, personally, directly from the math of the profits. allottee. So when he said oration will not happen.

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Corporation will not have

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the courage will lead the oma going forward. For Burton necesitaba only berean.

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And good people follow good people and bad people follow bad people.

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Inside banaba when Omar said this to him, he says,

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He said my brother, you speak the truth, you are correct. I did hear the profits of learning something that he acknowledged it and he stood up at that time. And he said, Now I

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want to two Luma

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busara One, two, aluminum. We shall be the advisors, as we had been during the lifetime of the profits alongside them, and you will be our leaders.

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We will be the advisors. We will be the supporters as we have always been unsought and you will be the leaders. And he also gave the oath of allegiance to Abu Bakr radi Allahu tornando.

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Now, at that time, there was a pretty large gathering there in the garden of the new side. So Keifa bunnies are either and the majority of the senior leadership was present there. They all gave their oath of allegiance Abu Bakar with a local salon The next day, which is Tuesday, the next morning after fudger in the morning. Of course, people gathered together for selected offensive.

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everyone gathered together and immediately after silicon fudge

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Amaro de la Coachella.

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He asked avacado de la Catalano Can you please go sit on the member

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Coachella Alanna went and sat on the member.

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And people started coming in and flocking in

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and anyone who was not present there. The day before yesterday, on Monday was not present in the garden of anusara to give the oath of allegiance I will bucket they all were there for the morning prayer and they all started coming forth, giving the oath of allegiance to Abu Bakar running a local television home and at that time, pretty much the entirety of the Medina and community and all those who are there from out of town because of the passing of the profits a lot. Everyone phobia for by Yahoo and NASA.

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Everyone gave the oath of allegiance to Abu Bakar radi Allahu taala

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at this time

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Abu Bakr radi Allahu taala no after everyone gave the oath of allegiance to him, and now it had become official the consensus had been achieved. Everyone agreed on the leadership of avocado the love of gelato and given the oath of allegiance to him will work with your local children who then address the people. This is the inaugural address of the local gelato as the successor of the profits

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for Jaime de la Wagner on a QB mahalo. He praised and glorified God. And he said I'm a burden you harness, listen to people, for any other will lead to unethical.

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He said I have been given the responsibility to lead you want us to be hiring. But I am not the best amongst you.

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I have been given the lead the responsibility of leading you but I am not better than any of you.

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This is the humility of over karate

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Find a center for inone

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he says if I am good, help me, aid me support me if I'm good. When a step two if I make a mistake, for hope we move me and correct me.

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A suitable amount of honesty

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is a trust.

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Honesty is a trust meaning I expect you to be honest with me. Well, again the Buddha to lying is a betrayal.

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Lying is a betrayal

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I don't want you to ever lie to me. Tell me what you think I want to hear none are always be honest with the infant FICO COVID-19 de hecho de Haan a

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someone who is weak and has been oppressed amongst you is the most powerful person to me until I can give that person their right

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until I can address the wrongs that has been done to that person. Insha Allah will or will you feed them very fun, ha ha ha ha Carmen who insha Allah. And he said that this the strongest or the most powerful person amongst you will be weak in my eyes, meaning I will hold that person accountable. I will prosecute that person to the best of my ability until I can take from that person. I can make that person make amends for the wrongs that they have done to someone else if governments lie get their own money. He had a feasibility laggy louder Obama luck.

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He said that whatever our people stopped striving and struggling in the path of God, God humiliates them. Never stop striving. Never stop struggling.

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When, in fact, we should be open to love bill Bhalla.

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He said whenever shamelessness, lewdness sinfulness, becomes widespread in a community. God afflicts them with terrible punishments. A Dr. Nima Dr. Maha rasuluh. So obey me. Listen to me, so long as I am obedient to God and His Messenger ceylonese.

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For ERC two la hora sudo for Natasha de la primera, if I disobey God in His Messenger, you are not obligated to listen to me. You're not obligated to listen to me. Who else has a logical formula? He said, Now let's pray. My God have mercy upon all of you.

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And in this way of overcoming the Allahu taala he gave this inaugural address.

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there's a couple of things that need to be mentioned here.

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I had mentioned earlier that as you obey

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the cousin of the prophets a lot

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and I even thought it

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was also a cousin of the processor and was his son in law and was basically raised by the prophets and lucky to have the closest people to the prophets

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right the profits of Muslim Central Alito the Allahu Allahu Allah Tada, YALI

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akuna Baba, Mama Bobby Finjan. Are you not pleased Oh, honey, that your door will be across from my door in paradise.

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Are you not happy to be my neighbor in paradise?

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He said to subwave assuming that every prophet

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will have like bodyguards in Paradise, kind of just howdy people that go with him everywhere he goes.

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And he says, Who made and thought how will be my how it

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will be my bodyguard will be my my detail.

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in paradise. These are two very prestigious people, very respected people, very beloved to the prophets a lot.

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And as I mentioned earlier, in the aftermath of the passing of the prophets along with the tragedy,

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they went to the home of Fatima to look after Fatima consoled her and that was where a lot of the family members of the prophets, a lot of them were gathering to control one another to comfort one another to be with each other. In the wake of this tragedy,

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the prophet after Abu Bakar, about the Allahu taala and who took the oath of allegiance from all the people gathered there, he kind of scan the crowd. And he noticed two people were not here who were very important.

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They were important during the lifetime of the prophets, a lot of him they were very important for the future of the law. They're very important going forward. And that was debating it.

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So when he saw that debate, a debate was out there. He sent someone to go

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Windsor whaler, the Allahu taala and who was told that Rebecca is calling you to the masjid. He came right away.

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When he came and he walked in and he came to Abu Bakr radi Allahu Akbar said Edna Amati rasulillah. He's somebody so well, how are you?

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He said, Oh cousin of the profits a lot.

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And his personal bodyguard, howdy, like I mentioned before,

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about the anti show castle Muslim.

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He said you would never want to divide the amount. I know you. You're a good person. You would never want to divide the oma.

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He said latter three, we are hunting for rasulillah.

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He said of course not Oh successor of the Messenger of God.

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There is no hard feelings. Of course not. I was just there looking after the family. And he immediately stood up, put his hand in the hand of a worker of the olana and gave him the oath of allegiance.

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Abubakar continues to look amongst the crowd. And he notices none other than alleen

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de la cocina de la de da de la ku Toronto is not present. So he asked someone, please go and call it for me.

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They went they informed him of workers calling your leader your local Toronto key.

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And he said if

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he said, Oh cousin of the prophets a lot. And the son in law of the prophets,

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the husband of the daughter of the prophets a lot.

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You are very beloved and respected to us.

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He says Arata, anti muslim, you would never dare divide them.

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And he said latter three we are halifa Rasulullah. He said of course not all successor to the prophets allottee. So, and again he stood up, he came forth he put his hand in the hand of a worker and he gave him the oath of allegiance and pledges allegiance aboubaker Casa de perro de la.

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many of the scholars have written even cathedra Allah, Allah amongst them, he writes, ma ma ma, ma ma, ma Sahaba and Mahajan, Amina manansala de de me, I'll be back, said anyone who reads through this moment of the history of the human will come to the inevitable conclusion and realization that there was what we refer to in Islamic terminology, as each Ma, there was an absolute consensus

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upon the leadership of a worker Casa de acuerdo de la jolla.

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And so once again, we find that

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the legacy of the profits a lot of

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these people whom the profits a lot of these whom I taught, and he had nurtured and he trained me and mentored, while they were dealing with, it hasn't even been 24 hours since the passing of the profits of their hearts are shattered.

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I mean, we just read in the previous session, we talked about how the Sahaba say it's like all the light was sucked out of the world, it was the middle of the day. And they said it felt like it was dark. Like I felt like I felt would put Sahabi says, I felt like if I would hold my hand in front of my face, I couldn't see my own hand.

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We were in a daze, in a haze. Nothing made sense, was the greatest tragedy that ever occurred. But you see, the legacy of the prophets alone is that while they're dealing with this tragedy, and going through all of this, the understand the mandate and the mission of the Prophet salon, so that Islam has to continue, the Word of God must carry on.

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And Muslim oma has to continue. And so as painful as it was as difficult as it was, as badly as they would have wanted to just kind of crawl into a corner and cry yourself to sleep.

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They stood up, they pulled themselves together, they rallied together thought about the future, they thought about us.

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And they organize themselves,

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put a worker within

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their industry position of leadership, and they said lead us lead us forward.

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And so this is the first thing that I wanted to talk about in the immediate aftermath of the passing of the processor. And that was the succession of our Casa de rhodiola catalana.

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This was the very first thing the Sahaba did. After the passing of the prophets, a lot of that same day, Monday evening, and Tuesday, early morning. The last thing that we're going to talk about in

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Session shala is the arrangement of the funeral and the burial of the prophets a lot a setup

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and with that inshallah we'll conclude this particular study in this particular series. May Allah subhanaw taala grant us all the ability to practice everything that's been said and heard Subhana Allah He will be hungry he Subhana Allah, Masha Allah La Ilaha Illa into the software community


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