Seerah of the Prophet Muhammad – Episode 03

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Abdul Wahab Saleem

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From Birth to the Guardianship of Abu Talib

Sh. Abdul Wahab Saleem speaks about the various events that took place from the time the Prophetï·º was born until he came under the guardianship of his uncle, Abu Talib

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you are in your home who will

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also LA Galaxy dinner early he was off the night along around dinner was an early activity. So today we see the opposite of melissani of only visiting everyman or visiting or visiting

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Santa.

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Santa, Welcome everyone to

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another class where another day of the seal of the Prophet sallallahu it was, as I promised you all inshallah, today we are actually going into the CLR itself rasulillah adding salatu salam, we spoke a little bit about mostly even Kitab. And we spoke about a few of the children of possibly even Caleb, and we spoke about the lineage of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. That was one of the last things that I left you off with yesterday, and the fact that

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was born in the year of the elephant, the incident of the elephant. Now I'm going to backtrack a little bit and go back to Abdulmutallab, because in order for us to know about the birth of us who lost the love it was and then we need to know one very important story from the life of I've didn't, but it happens to be the grandfather of Rasulullah sallallahu. It was, Abdulmutallab, as we know, he was one of the noble individuals in what I

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and one of the things that I've done, muttalib was honored by a lot

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to have was that one day he fell asleep.

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And as he was sleeping, someone came to him in his dream. And he said to him,

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someone came to him and he said, that dig up a place called labor. Now, I've been noted, he was shocked. He was surprised. He didn't know who is coming to his dream and telling him to dig up this place called labor, which he doesn't even know what exactly this is. Right? So this is one of the but and what is this labor? What exactly is the labor? So now, of course, there's no one to answer. He wakes up the next day, as long as he falls asleep again. And again, another being or another voice comes to him in his dream, and it tells him

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going and pick up a place called Burma or a place called Baba Baba. And he says, What is going on?

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Okay, he has no

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idea with this bundle of this.

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And the next day again, someone comes to him and says

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Noona, Laguna, go and pick up something called a Laguna. Now all of these words in Arabic, they in fact have some sort of a meaning, right, but it's almost as if this is a place that the dream is referring to

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the eba and the next day, Barbara, and the next day, totally mad Mona. So now of course, he is nowhere all of these places are and he doesn't know what he's supposed to be doing. But then

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another day, someone comes in to him in the dream and says full Zamzam go and dig up the sensor. So now he understands all of this was about a dream was all about them. So of course, he then asks one of the same question he's been asking every single day, what is it that you're asking? What is the assumption that you're talking about? Right? So that person that came to him and his dream, he tells him that not NZ who ever done it's a water or it's something that doesn't end up stopping ever? Okay, it continues forever. That's the big deal. It What does it do? It satiate all of the pilgrims that come to the heart of what he had been in philosophy with them and he happens to be between a

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sign that this person in the dream had told them of which was that it happens to be between the blood and the intestines. Okay, that's where you're going to find this

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karate rod and axon when there's this CRO that will that will do do something over there at that point, you will know that that is the place that is the right place in the area and this happens to also be at close to

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The the value of, of the x, okay? So now he recognizes that there's something going on that there's perhaps a divine message coming to him to go and dig up the wall.

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So now he takes his son, he has at the moment, just one son His name is and how to ignore up didn't want but if he takes his son and hide it with him, and he finds this place that described to him in his in the dream, I didn't give you every single aspect of the description. What's important is that you know that there was a description given there, okay, he

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goes and tries to find this place and dig up the well of Zamzam.

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Long story short, when he finally gets to the world of Zamzam.

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Some of the people of Arabia, they want to also gain his water from him, okay, they want to gain the honor of being so hot, they want to be people who give water to other people, okay, that's something that's an honorable task in Arabia, where water is something that is part and parcel of their society, meaning it's a very necessary component of society. Right? Today, any one of us has access to water, right? Every single one of us has access to water, if you need some water. inshallah, right now, you're all fasting, so you don't need water. But later on, you can go to the corner store, pay yourself, you know, one or two idiots and get yourself a water bottle, right. But in

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Arabia, clean water, fresh water was and continues to be in places which are not urbanized, a very big deal. Okay.

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So they all want to gain this virtue of having a well close to the harem, so that when a judge come when the pilgrims come, they are the ones who gives them the water, okay.

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However, they decide, eventually, that perhaps, is chosen by Laszlo just to have this particular this particular virtue of having the ownership and the sole rights to this well of Zamzam. Now, of course, he's gonna allow other people to drink. But that means he's the one who is being gracious to others, not one of the other people within Arabia. But the problem is that it doesn't have very many children. Okay. So because of that,

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he cannot protect this particular honor that he's been honored by it. You know, remember, this is a nomadic society, though, though, I will admit that mecca of all places, with the exception of the event was rather developed. Most of the other parts of Arabia were, in fact, nomadic society, societies, maybe Medina as well, there was some development as well. But even so it still remains a society which is used to bloodshed, war, chaos, and all these other other things. And they're used to, they're used to oppressing people in one way. And that is that if they want something from you, they will strip it out of you, right? And that's why one of the poet says, For Enigma, I'm not happy

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with God, do what you have to do. Water happens to be the water of my father and my grandfather, he's referring to a specific Well, what did he do? How do I do oil to end this? Well of mine, this one right here I have, I'm the one who has done this well up and that one there, I'm the one who was covered that one. So wells is wealth in Arabia, okay. So to protect this wealth, I've been hooked on it, he takes an oath by the law so that if Mark gives him 10 sons, he's going to slaughter one of them for the sake of trouble. Remember what I told you in the previous lesson, that they thought that their children are like their property, so they may even vow to slaughter their own children?

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Okay, so he takes an oath, and about by a lot so that if he gets children, he will slaughter one of those children. And

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lo and behold, he actually gets 10 children

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to pick them up. So he decides now that he's going to draw a lot, and whoever whoever's named comes, that is the child that is going to slaughter.

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One of those children happened to be the father, also the loss of a mahadi by the name of Abdullah.

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And this child is one of the most beloved children to have dinner with him, for reasons that are obvious, and that is that he was going to be the father of the most noble man that ever lived so naturally, unless you can have a dialogue

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created this man also known as well. So I've really loved a lot, but he will draw a lot and then the last name would come. Okay, so now what is he supposed to do? Should he slaughter Abdullah?

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He, of course didn't want to his brother said don't do it is even his brothers are saying don't do it, because they all loved Abdullah. Okay, so they decide that between Abdullah and camels, let's draw a lot again. So if

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the camels name comes then Abdullah looked on it will slaughter 10 cameras and just like that he kept they kept on drawing lots until he got to 100 camels. And that is when the camel actually were the ones that the name of the candles game in the lats and that's when he decided to slaughter 100 camels to ransom this child of the law to protect him from his own bow from his own oath that he had taken. So this is the story of how the law was, was preserved the father of a sort of lump sum of love or hate.

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That means that Allah subhanho wa Taala had kept Abdullah protected through divine intervention. Remember, the lineage of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is very chosen by the lives of so much so and I told you this Cadiz yesterday as well, but I'll tell it again, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Allah has chosen me from the children of Ibrahim are alive chosen is married from the children of Ibrahim and from the children of his main ally chosen kwinana. And from kinara Allah chosen Rajesh and from flourish ally chosen by Russian and forbidden Russian Eliza legit chose me. So he's very chosen, in addition to this and imagine that imagine this, in addition

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to this all generations of

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men of

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the lineage of Rasulullah sallallahu it was setting them each generation came through the guy,

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okay, each generation came through wedlock, through marriages, and no generation happened to be through fornication. Okay. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told this this in an authentic tradition college to me McAfee Well, I'm a Freudian slip I was born of wedlock and I was wasn't born out of wedlock meaning all of the generations before from Adam Allison until recently last month, it was said and all of them happened to be through marriages Okay. That means that if we keep our relationships pure, then Allah azza wa jal will bless us with pure projects in general, okay, this is very important. Sometimes we forget this principle and it may end up affecting one of the

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children very laid down within our generations if we keep our relationships pure, inshallah, those are the marriages and those are the families within which a lot as the gentlemen allow pure souls to be born. Okay. So the loss of a lot of it was in them, of course, is the most pure parents the source

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of the law, the father of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam married, his mother, Amina did.

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And at this time,

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Abdullah

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was still 25 years of age. Okay.

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And, I mean, I happen to be one of the best women in America. So, I've been woken up of course, very carefully chosen.

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A good mother for also loss of a loved one to send them and a good wife for Abdullah, the father of Rasulullah sallallahu.

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And just in the first week of marriage, okay, just literally in the first week of marriage, Amina became pregnant with Rasulullah sallallahu it was sudden and it wasn't long after that, that the father of a sudden loss of a loved one he was it was traveling somewhere and during that travel, the father also the loss of a loved one, it was something he passed. Okay.

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So the prophets of Allah It was a nun was born a demon orphan.

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And this was still before the birth of a sort of lump sum and lock it and send them however some scholars they said that the that the father of Rasulullah saw someone died two months after the birth of also the other said after a year, others that

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But generally most scholars, they say that he died before the birth of a civil masala. So this is the strongest type of orphan, you know, of being an orphan that you could be okay?

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This is

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a very, very difficult situation to be in where you're born and you don't have a father. On top of that. Not very long after that also, the mother died as well. We'll talk about that in just a minute. Okay. Now, everyone agrees that monsoonal loss of love while he was alive, was born on a Monday, right after the father had passed away. I mean, of course, still has the baby within her womb. So she continued to take care of this fetus and by the grace of Allah azza wa jal, she gave birth to her sudo la sala La Jolla wa sallam on that blessed day, about which a poet says only the Buddha while carrying it, there was almost a nanny goddess soon within the guidance was born, and

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all of humanity and all over the world happened to be illuminated.

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And it's as if the mouse it's as as the amount of time itself happens to be smiling, because of how beautiful this particular moment in history happened to be. And what when was that moment? That was on Monday? This is definite. Why? Because someone asked the profits of a lot while he was selling them in an authentic tradition. That why do you fast on Monday or several muscle? mass appui someo medicine, what do you say about the fast of Monday, to the profits on Friday and send them he said that is the date in which I happen to be born. And that is the day in which Allah has revealed to me revelations, everyone is in agreement that on Monday Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was

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born. In addition to that everyone also agrees that he was born on during the year of entry. Okay.

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Most of the scholars they say Rasulullah was born on the 12th of October. This is the opinion of the majority of the scholars, some of the scholars, they believe he was born on another date. And there's a number of dates, given one of those dates happened to be the ninth of October. Right. But I personally believe that the strongest opinion is that he was in fact, one on the 12th of April. Okay, there is a very famous

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astronomer who tried to try to backtrack, the date of the birth of also the loss of a loved one, he was sent and it led him his research led him to defining ninth as the birth date or sort of loss or sadness. But after I looked into how this particular research had done, researcher had done his research, I figured that there's no real way that he could actually get to a definite date. Okay. All we know, is that it was on Monday. And we know that it was in rugby and it over. And we know that the most most of the historians happen to say that it was in fact on the top of the hour. So I think that this is probably the best candidate for the date of the birth of law, civil law, it is

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hard to say.

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But when the Prophet was born, there was a number of really unusual things that happened. One of those unusual things was the incident of the elephants that I spoke about yesterday. Okay. Another unusual thing that happened was that the mother of a lot saw

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projections, she saw light, okay.

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As the prophets and a lot of it was setting up is being born before her a lot of zildjian through his divine capabilities, projected the the policies of a shop specifically from this city of Busan.

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Okay, the light went so far that it became clear to her What is before her. This is something that is authentically recorded within the pseudonym.

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This is an unusual event that took place. And Amina kept hold of this information and she used it and told other people about it as well, at a later point within her life as well. Okay. So after he was born, I mean, I took her son now to her grandfather, his grandfather, I've done my plugin, because of course, the father has already died. So she took him to vote on it and I've embraced him really well. And he fell in basically madly in love with him. It was a beautiful child, some a lot more it was alum. And he took this child went inside of the Kaaba and made the art

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Lives though a gentleman began to think about as urgent for this great blessing upon their family. Okay. And apart of course, the world as We'll soon find out, and it was him who named Rasulullah sallallahu

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alayhi salatu salam.

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Now, soon after, this came another unusual set of incident incidents, okay.

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The story of Halima Saudia, the wetness of Rasulullah sallallahu, alayhi wasallam is no mystery to any of you, I believe. Okay, so the story goes in such that

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from bedroom set,

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which happened to be a tribe.

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People would come to Mecca, specifically people, women who were like nurses, and they would take a child, that they could work nurse that they could nurse for a couple of years and earn money from the gifts that and grants that the father of that child will give to the witness. Okay.

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So they did just that, a group of women came to Mecca, and amongst whom happened to be a woman by the name of Halima Bindu, Abdullah even inherited a Saudi, she came, and along with her happened to be her husband, and had more of the result, they came to Mecca, and now they're in search for a child so that she can take this child home with him and, and nurse him and earn money from the parents of this child who will pay her some, you know, some sort of a salary for nursing this top right. However,

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when sad, knew that normally it's the father of the child who gives money to the workers, not the mother.

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So all of the witnesses in battle sad, they went and picked up children except for one witness and that was Halima said, he or she could not find a child who actually had a father, okay. So she had to go with a sort of loss of love. It was inevitable, of course, did not have a father.

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So she, she really did not want to pick up a hammer as a lover. It was me essentially. Why? Because she thought that she's not going to get any money out of this. She's going to go home and take the child and do all the work and the hard work, but at the end of the day, she will get no money out of all of this. However, To her surprise, and to her shock, and to the shock of all of the other witnesses, because many of them went to the house of Amina and they saw suit a lot and they deliberately walked away. Okay. To everyone's surprise, this child brought so much varchar into the life of Halima Sandia, that a number of unusual things started to happen immediately after Halima

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Saudia picked up this child. Okay, like what? Firstly, she had no milk in her breast. Okay, if you are a mother, then you know that that's a very difficult scenario to be in because your child is there crying and you want to nurse them and there's really nothing you can do because they're hungry, and you don't have any. So she had no milk. And Halima actually had another child that was Nursing at that time as well her own actual child, not her child by by nursing. Okay, so when Rasulullah came to Erwin Halina picked up Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam met

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Suddenly, she started to have an overflow of milk. So what so that it satiated rasulillah and it satiated his new brother through nursing as well. Okay, so they're shocked at this. Secondly, on the way from bedroom side to Mecca, there was something that was unusual, and that was that the female donkey of Halima sadiya, upon which she had tread, the path from venosa to Makkah, was very, very slow, it would fall behind. And not just it was very, very slow. It also started to from from walking too much, it started to

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get scars in its knees and so forth. So, because of that it had to slow down even more. Whereas the mounts that other white nurses had, were a bit well off. Compared to Halima Saudia, they were walking easily and freely and fast.

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So now what happened, the table's turned suddenly the Adana the female donkey of

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of Halima is walking really

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fast, it's going so fast that it's left everybody behind. Okay? And in addition to that, Halima Sadie I had brought along with her and rezar has been brought a sheriff what's a sheriff? A Sheriff is a camel that's a bit old. Okay.

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So this shot if also did not have any milk they brought this shot at for their own purposes the she camel so that in case they want to drink some milk, they will be able to get some milk from the camera right in Arabia people drink camel milk. So and by the way, now they're starting to drink camel milk everywhere. I know a lot of different places as well, right? You have new farms opening up in Australia of camel milk and it's very healthy, but this is the case that

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the

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Halima had brought along with her that she camel but the camel did not have any milk not even a drop of milk was not a single drop. Suddenly, after she picked up a hammered the camel, the others of the camel, they started to overflow with milk as well. And such was the Baraka that

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Halima gained from simply picking up a single boss so all of them they started to all of our friends they started to look at Kadima, and they almost became jealous. They said, What happened to you? What's when you were coming here? You are so slow, you're falling behind. Behind now we're telling you to hang on. And you're racing, I had to learn was that what happened to you have no milk, but now all of you are full right to the end. And your camel happens to have so much milk as well. Okay?

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So she said, what law he by a law Hamill to La gulaman Baraka by a law I've taken online.

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On my female donkey on my mount, I've taken a very bless it. Child, okay, are very blessed. The blessings didn't stop there. They continued. When they got to

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the livestock of Halima Saudia, they were also

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experiencing the blessing of Rasulullah sallallahu. How so? Well, the livestock the animals that would graze, they would, of course, not have so much hay to graze on. Okay. In biosolid, y berusaha was experiencing a drought, they didn't have rain for a long time. And because of that, they could not find water and they could not find also, you know, hay to graze on as well. Okay, somebody just give them a little bit of a shake there.

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Okay, then. Okay. Fair enough. Third year fasting, okay. All right. Um,

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so the animals could not find any hay to graze on okay to eat.

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However, all of the animals have Halima Sadie yet, and then how does it work? The result, the would miraculously find all of the hay that they need to graze on, and they would come home after a day out, they would come home and they would have a full stomach. And they would, of course, they started to grow in size as well, because the type of vegetation that the type of food that they needed to eat now, the owners of other livestock, they started to tell their shepherds, why aren't you letting the animals graze in the same areas? Where How do you not inhabit this? Animals are grazing this and we're taking them to the same places. But it was the bulk of Rasulullah sallallahu

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idea,

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right? Another thing that Halima noted and she told us of this herself, she said that the Prophet would grow really fast. Okay? Karen is Shibu Shahada, nine Shifu, the prophets of Allah while he was sending them with grow so fast, that no other child would be growing that fast.

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He would grow like and she's saying this, and I quote, he would grow like a child in

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the amount of growth that a child goes through within a month, he will do that sometimes within one day, some of it. And that's why, by the way, in a very young age, the profits on symptoms began to speak very eloquently. And people notice that that young child, but you can speak to him in the most eloquent of ways. Why? Because he picked up the language and he salatu salam, very, very fast, he would grow within one year, in a way where a child would grow within one month in a way where a child might grow within one year. So now when the sort of loss of a loved one even send them they came to yours. They went to went back to Mecca, and they

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took rasulillah with them, but they had

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no intention of leaving or sort of luck with Amina herself. They had no intention of this. Why? Because they saw the Baraka him so they didn't want to leave this Mubarak child back in Mecca again. So they said we're going to try to talk her into letting us keep rasulillah in bedside for some more time. Okay, even though now he's grown his went above the age of, of nursing as well. So they explained to

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because of the sicknesses in Mecca, remember, in places where people traveled to a lot, sicknesses also occur a lot as well. Right. So they said to her that the

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people in Mecca they experienced all sorts of sicknesses. So we'll keep him in biocides to protect him from these viruses. Right? And so Amina agreed, okay, if that's your intention, then you can keep them in bundles for longer as well. Now, when they got back, however, one day as crossover law was playing, and other children were also playing, suddenly one of the brothers have also lived through nursing, came back running to Halima and he said in the US, he or she thought was Giuliani la mafia boonville. My brother, two people have come to him that happened to have white cloth white clothes on them as well. They took him they placed him on the floor, and they cut his chest open.

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Okay.

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So obviously, she's scared now What did they do to him? And what did they not do to him? So as soon as I saw them cutting this chest open, or his, yeah, his chest open, I immediately came running TV, they cut the stomach open, right? So as soon as I saw that I came running to immediately, okay.

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Now, she also went running back to where this child of hers had come from. She went there. And there was a sort of loss of love, it was in them. Immediately, he ran to Halima his mother, basically, right? So he started crying. And after she liked his tears, I mean, salatu salam, she asked him what happened. So he explained that to people had come to me, and they placed me on the floor and they cut my stomach open. And they did something there. I don't know exactly what happened. And they, they tied it back up, and here I am, before you and Harris came, and he said, I think there's something wrong with him. I think perhaps some evil has occurred to him, right.

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Some sort of evil has occurred to him. So let's go and return him back to

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his father or his mother rather.

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And so they did just that they went back home. They packed up and they head off to McDonald's now and how does it normally result and Halima Saudia and Rasulullah sallallahu it was sitting them are often

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when they got to Mecca, they met Amina, and they said, Now our time that we wanted to keep him is over and he's already fully grown. So take them back. They didn't want to explain to her what happened. So she doesn't ask him too many questions, and so on and so forth. So she said, weird, you were the ones who told me just yesterday a couple of days ago that you want to keep a monitor and now you bring them back just now. Right? So they said No, nothing's wrong, nothing happened. They tried to cover the situation up but she kept on asking them again and again and again until finally they told the whole story what exactly happened.

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And what exactly happened? Of course, it was the chest being cut open and something being taken out of there and

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and then placed back and I'll tell you what all this means in a minute. Okay.

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Now,

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they explained to Amina and when they explained to Amina, they thought Amina is going to start to feel like what happened to my child and this is not and the other but she simply said to them by a lot. Nothing evil is going to happen to my child. Why? And then she explained, she said when I bore this child, when I boarded this child,

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it was as if I board nothing lighter than this child in my life, and nothing easier than this child within my life as well. And when I bought this child, also, I saw lights coming out of me that ended up illuminating for me the next of the camels of Basra in a shop. Or she said that I saw lights coming out of me that illuminated the palaces of busara as well and he did not

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Come out like regular children come out. rather he came out reclining on his hands looking to the sky looking about, and that's why she said, leave him and she grabbed him and they walked away and she walked away as well. Okay? So she was not at all afraid Amina was completely at rest because she knew that this child has something unique about him that he grew really fast. Unlike other children be He can speak eloquently and understand things that children of his age cannot see all of the other precursors that happened during her own

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while she was carrying, and also the loss on a lot while he was sitting there as well. So these are all signs that Allah Subhana Allah will protect him right? Now. What does it mean when the the chest or the stomach Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was cut? And what exactly is this particular incident? Basically, a lot of where is it he will just

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send angels to go and take out a black dot

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out of the heart of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And this particular Dart happened to be the least bit of

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ability that Trayvon had to compel a sort of loss of a loved one even send them to this was through divine intervention, a means of protecting the loss of a loved one, it was setting them from any harm that could come his way from shavon himself. And then of course, soon after, soon after.

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Amina also passed away How did she passed away, Amina decided to take a sudden loss of a loved one it was sitting in with him on a journey to Medina.

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Now remember, her husband had died in Medina as well on a travel and he was also very there as well.

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So because of that she wanted to go and visit the grave of her husband. And she also had some relatives as well. Specifically Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had some relatives as well from his uncles that from his maternal side, father's maternal side, and because of that, she to pursue the loss of a loved one he was sent him to visit his own relatives as well in Medina. So this was the first time that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had went to Medina, of course at that time, Medina was not known as Medina, it was known as yesterday. Okay, so she took him along with her and along with one other person to yesterday

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when she was on her way back, however,

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she passed away in a block between Mecca and Medina on her journey back, she passed away. And so she was buried over there and

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in a block she remains till today. Okay, so

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now the Prophet sallallahu, it was said that he doesn't have a father. The prophets have a loved one, he will send them doesn't have a mother, however, he had a woman along with him on the journey, who goes by the name of Bama, amen. Okay.

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Amen. She took Rasulullah sallallahu it was said and brought him along with her all the way to abdomen, and then the profits of a lot of them went into the care of abdomen. Now, the thing is that even this particular incident didn't last very, very long. Right?

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The prophets have a lot to send them was very admired and loved by

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you will take care of him you would protect him he would, he would even prefer him over his own direct children. Right?

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Why so because he looks at this child, the young child beautiful child, a child who's has clear signs of intellect and he has clear signs of the fact that he might become something special within his life all of that but he doesn't have a father and he doesn't have a mother. So because of that I've been flooded he started to love this child even more and prefer him and and grant and have greatly of His love as well so much so that they say that when the mat was placed for optimal planning to go sit in front of the garba none of his children would dare go and sit on this mat except for a sort of muscle of love. It was enough to understand this remember, I've been looking at

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it is like a he's like a royalty in record. Okay, so when you place the red carpet for the royalty, nobody else really steps on this red carpet and if you do, then it's six.

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Seeing them the wrong way. Not even sometimes the children themselves because there's protocols. So I've been hooked on it has this match pleased for him specifically outside of the Kaaba, none of his children, they're sitting on it. But when he sits,

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the prophets, Allah lahardee was sitting on comes walking along, and he sits along with our dinner party or on top of his lap and enjoys that and loves it and allows him to do, right. This is the type of love that I've had for for so long. And at that time, when a single muscle in my body was significant, first of all kinds, he was beautiful. But at that time, he had the beauty of a child. Okay, what do I mean by that? Okay, often when you beauty in children of that age five, six years of age, how do you define it a little bit more, a little bit less? Oftentimes, it's defined by being slightly chubby, right? People love chubby children. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had

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a little bit of a belly at this time. And he also had, he was meeting as well. I mean, salatu salam at this time, of course, later on, the prophet SAW Selim had the duty of an adult. But at this time, he had that form of beauty. How do you sell it to Sarah, to tell everybody Stop, don't don't tell him to get off the Mac. This is who this is.

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One day, I have this lovely child of his one day of the month on him, he decided to let a sort of loss on a long run, you have seen them go and take care of finding his cameras. Some of his cameras are lost. Remember, he has a lot of cameras. When we spoke about the incident of the field 200 channels that

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are taken out of the motel, he has a lot of cameras he had taken, he had sent

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the profits on the LaGuardia incident Mohammed at that time, he doesn't have the Prophet hood, he had sent him to go and search for the camels of his camels would run away without loss. So the Prophet went out in search for these camels, but he took a long time. So when I've been hooked on it, notice that the Prophet is not coming back, he started to feel a little bit, you know, uncomfortable, right? So much so that he started walking around from one place to another and started doing philosophy around the gavazzi yard views that are keeping hammer that y'all are keeping muda de el dia de O Allah and he was singing this line of poetry that he had made up at that

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time to call out a lot of the rudaki being hammered or a lot sent back my writers name or have met through de la jolla turn him back to me was funny and da da and make this a favor of yours upon me or a lot.

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Okay, so he's making the art or marzotto to turn the pseudo la sala Southern back to, you know why? Because remember, I told you desert life. When you send your child now that's of age to be able to go search for something, you don't have to worry much normally, even if they're a bit delayed. Why? Because you've got the streets, you've got Google Maps, you've got all sorts of things. But now this particular child is going into the desert to find that camels or his grandfather, of course, is dangerous, right? So when he made that drop, suddenly, lo and behold, sort of loss of a loved one it was said limb came back, and he returned, I think salatu salam

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he told him Yup, when a Omar child has into an aka cannot it has now I became so sad just as a woman gets sad when she loses her child. Okay?

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Because the Arabs used to think it's, it's a it's a defect within a non to have the same sort of sadness, and the same sort of feelings that a woman has towards children. So you have to be a little bit harsh, right? So that's why you're saying I was so sad. I was like a woman when I was looking at you and it's true that women have greater feelings for their children than men and that's why

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that's why Allah subhana wa tada has made the status of a woman higher from the angle of her motherhood, okay, then the Father Himself. Why because she'll have greater love and greater care and greater understanding for this particular child. The father will never be able to have that same level, okay? This is something natural.

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Another unusual story of of demotivate. Rasulullah saw Sanam is one day, a group of people from bedroom would reach an audience of people who happen to be Papa Papa are able to look at a person and they're able to tell a lot of different things about him. Okay? It's a it's a science of the alpha. One of the things that they can do is they can read the footprint, okay, so they read the footprint

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To pursue the loss of a loved one, it was a dark age. And they said to take care of this young child, why? Why should I take care of this young child? He said, The reason for that is that they said from Adam woodridge, they said, because we have never seen a footprint ever, that happens to be closer to the footprint in the palm of Ibrahim.

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Okay.

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So the footprint happened to be very similar. So that's another sign that he took. And, of course, the metallic knew his last hours are coming. So he looked at me said, you see what they're saying, because he knew he was gonna give it and I sort of lost on a lot, but I do send them to a pilot to take care of, and at the age of 120, of the motor, it passed away.

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And at that time, also, the loss of a loved one it was send them was around eight years of age, but he gave us a lot of thought of now. Now came the story of abundance, and how the profits in the long run he was sending them was within the care of

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himself. Okay, we'll speak about the time would have been it and then shot law. That's the last point we're discussing tomorrow. And we'll continue the story off from there. That's the last one we're discussing today. And then we'll continue on tomorrow, inshallah.

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Now, everybody,

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he was the person who took care of the profits on the low end even send them for the longest time within the lifetime of Rasulullah. He took care of the profits on setting them from that age from eight for the next 34 years.

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He took care of a lot how so now, you don't need to have a person taking care of you when you're already, you know, in your 40s, and so on and so forth. But nonetheless, remember, the prophets have a long way it was send them as a manual as our as well, was a call as well, was a mission as well. And there's a lot of people that are going to stand in his way. So you need an important elderly figure within society to always keep a look up on him, right and always look out for him and take care of his interest in protected especially someone who society respects that level thought it was one such map. So he continued to look after the loss of a loved one, he was setting them during the

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childhood during the adulthood. And also after the Prophet would have message of the messengers on the level it would send them for 34 years. This is the service that this man gave to the prophets. Nobody even knew that the religion of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam is authentic and real, but he didn't accept it, unfortunately. Okay, so

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Allah subhana wa tada

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protected the profits in the long run he was setting them from as he was growing older from all of the habits of pagan Arabia. One of the habits that Arabians had at that time was they would take their his off their undergarments off their lower garments off and they would tie it on their necks to use it as, as a bag almost that would tie to the neck to pick up rocks and heavy lifting. Now every time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would try to do this, by divine aid, he would be protected.

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Meaning he wouldn't be able to do it, he would either fall or something would happen to you and feel like something is striking him something would happen to him, and he wouldn't be able to take off his undergarments. And that is a divine protection from Allah azza wa jal to protect this, Allah from being uncovered, even though remember, at that time everybody was doing so it's not something unusual to do in that society. But even till today, you have some societies, and nomadic societies where people don't wear much clothes, right? And so it doesn't seem awkward not to wear clothes in such societies, right.

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So in this society, it's not awkward at all to wear not wear clothes, or to take the lower piece off to carry a rock. But a law wants to protect that a lot and the private part of us who lost on a lot of it was in the privacy of consumer lifestyles, and so it doesn't allow you to do this. Okay. That's one of the practices that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam was protected from another practice was that many of the people as they would be making posts around the camera, they would go and touch a certain items.

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They will go and touch a certain item, however, was a little less of a long way it was setting them he told even those under his care not to touch such as a debit.

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And

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a sewer line itself never touched an idol. Right as they didn't hide it for himself says that when lady Chroma who Angela and Eve Kitab Mr. La Solomon by the one who had

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graced him and honored him, and had given him the book he never ended up touching throughout his life before it's done, and an idol. So let alone worship, he didn't even touch, okay? Because they would go and touch an idol while they make him fall off, hoping that some sort of Baraka would come through to them through this idol was never even touched. And I don't think within his life, now came a journey with his uncle.

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And this is the journey that I'll talk about, and then we'll stop in

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this journey

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was a journey to

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a shop.

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It was a common practice

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of Arabians that they would travel to certain places for trade. One of the places that they would travel is to Yunnan, one of the places they would travel, another place they would travel to is a shower. So the profits on a lot of what it was sitting in, went along with his uncle, and he

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went to a shadow.

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And whilst they're in the city of Busan, which is one of the borders of historic charm, they ended up

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they ended up getting off and suddenly a monk by the name of the hero had come, not too far from there happened to be his temple of worship. So he showed up.

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And

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he started to come close to them,

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going from one person to another, a third, a fourth. And he kept on searching for something that they had no idea what he's searching for.

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And finally, this morning, he found what he was looking for, and he grabbed a sort of loss of

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all of the elderly in Christ are sitting there, and they're seeing what's happening, right, this is the child of a body, not the child, but now he's under the guardianship of the body. So he said to them, however, that he didn't hurt me, this happens to be the master of the two, the two creations of Allah. And I mean, it means mankind engine, okay? It doesn't mean all of universe, that's Ana. However, when you make it plural, it becomes this word is unusual. Unlike other words, when you make a singular atom, it means the universe altogether, when you make it plural, it becomes more particular. And it becomes specifically mankind engine. So he's saying this happens to be the master

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of management. Okay, how soon are bigger than this is the pursuit, the prophet of the lord of the two coins as well, jinn and mankind? You have the actual law, Washington in Harlem in olara, zolgensma will send it as a mercy to mankind as well, okay? A man

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to the people who are used to so how do you know this Marian?

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Married

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he said, when you had come from Africa,

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not a single tree, nor a single rock, nor anything else that was in its way, except that it fell into jute

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when I started learning in learning Arabic, and they do not do this route, except for a profit. And I know that he happens to be a prophet because of the Hata MANOVA, which happens to be in his back because of the the seal of profit hub, which happens to be in his bark. Right? Now, he said to them, be careful, this is a very dangerous zone that you're going to.

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And they, he said, they said Why? He said that I'm afraid that perhaps something is going to happen to him from the, from the Jews, that you are going to be meeting as you continue on your journey, right, considering that why because they were afraid of the fact that the Prophet would would go into his marriage progeny and it won't be in the news. Right? So they were anticipating a prophet to come, but some of them had ill intention. So this particular individual warned on it. Be careful. So Abu Talib sent back Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and some reports have it that rather abrupt it finished what he had to do. And then he left back to machismo, but neither case the

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prophets are law abiding citizen was protected from any traps that this particular monk was concerned about. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam arrived home as a child as a young man. And then the story of the bravery of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will show at a very, very young age will speak about that isn't enough. Tomorrow is our common location for listening or someone

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alesi Dino committed early he was like a dream or Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh