Shama’il At-Tirmidhi – Prophetic Characteristics – 10

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De La salatu salam ala rasulillah hamdulillah Hamdan Yamashina who you can see omega masala la vida CD Now, earlier he also he Asian marine Alomar Lim Nam and federal now in fact now vema alum Tina was in our edmonia Corinne, what Bishop he saw that he was silly Emily why Melissa Nia, od or visit any element or visit any element or visit

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along Manasa illa madrasta husana wanted to join either Cheetah Sara hamdulillah we are about to commence or restart that is our lessons on Chima elected meeting.

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And we'd left off in our dishonor discussions of the ring of the profit and loss of the heartland of Rasulullah sallallahu it was similar.

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We know that the heart of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam was that ring that the prophet SAW cinema where and we said it would be either in the right or the left likely in the right hand in the pinky finger or the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam or at times he may interchange between the two fingers as well.

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And the reason why the prophets are the lover it was cinema taking up a ring was because the ring was actually used as a stamping tool of the profits to send them because the Mook the kings of the different countries that the profits is in and what it was trying to address and reach out to, they would not accept a letter, except that this letter happens to be from

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another king that is actually stamped by him his own personal seal. So for that reason, the Sahaba they told the prophets to send them some of the advisors of what also the law that the Kings do not accept a letter except that it has a seal on it. So the messenger Salallahu it was sent him then he took up the string that would act as a seal, in order for the letters to be delivered to the Roman King, the Persian king, the other people that the prophet SAW Selim was trying to reach out to an address

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right after the ring, the profits of Austin limbs, biography continues as gathered together or biography as in points in his life continue as gathered by Timothy and Yama, Timothy, he now goes to the sort of sort of losses that I mean, there's a very, very subtle hint over here that some of the some of the commentators have Shama illegitimately picked up on, they said that when it comes to data, when it comes to calling out to a loss of data, some people may have the notion that it's all about the sword, you pick up the sword and you, you know, do whatever you have to do is there are today even some groups that they just have this tendency of, you don't listen to us, you're not with

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us, you're against us grab the sword, or the metaphorical sword, you know, the sort of our times the DUNS, and so on, and so forth, and then do the dirty work. But in reality, he didn't mean he is trying to send a subtle hint that the data over a pseudo loss of love where it was set up, was not actually based on the sword, even though the sword had to come into play, when somebody would put a barricade between him and calling to a loss of handling data, or when somebody would try to attack the messengers of LaGuardia, you would send them in his path of spreading the peaceful call. So the call came first. And that's why the ring comes first because the ring symbolizes the call, but also

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the loss of the lover it was send them because the ring was used to seal the call, every time the messenger Salallahu it was send them with set out send out a letter or a delegation to deliver that letter to a certain country or a certain group of people or a certain governor or certain King, and so on and so forth. So the ring comes first, because that is the seal of the Dharma of Rasulullah sallallahu it was set up similarly when we're giving our Dharma or that was primarily based on a peaceful call, which includes lectures as the one we hear today, which includes the idea of writing books and writing letters and you know, using the social media networks that we have today, also in

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the way of data and so on and so forth. This is the primary way that even the messengers on a lot while he was in them had done is that what the only time the prophet to send them would resort to force would be if somebody would block his call and they wouldn't let him peacefully address the people and intellectually stimulate their minds to understand that this call is in fact, the call that the that Allah subhana wa tada has divinely revealed to mankind. Babel my job feel safe enough soon enough. The chapter about

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Sliva, the description of the sword of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and the messenger sallallahu it was sent him had multiple swords, you had many different swords, each one of which had a different name to it. They said that possibly the prophets a loved one, he would send them at nine swords, amongst the swords of the prophets and send them of course, over his lifetime, some of them he had actually inherited from his father, who had died, you know, in the profits and send them didn't really get to meet his father. But the point is that even that was inherited by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, from his father. So these are swords that we're spending across the life of the messenger. So instead of nine of them,

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among them, is this word by the name of Allah Sood.

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And if you pay him lists all of these swords, what it means to them, that's another one who ship Ah, that's another one called lead, had Alberta

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polarie, or calorie

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And these are the ones that are the popular swords of the profits and sell them in, there are a few other ones as well, right? There are a few other swords as well, one of them is bootstrap off. This is a popular sort of the prophet to send them. What that means is the one that has a spinal cord, right. And the reason why this sword was known as odd was because if you looked at the sword, this one actually looked like a spinal cord. So it kind of had this little pattern, the zigzag pattern that I'm showing you with my finger. So it will be something like this. So be zigzagging, it would be a straight metal sword, rather have this sort of zigzag motion. You know, even nowadays, when

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when you go to a store or something like that, where they're they're selling these sort of things, you may see a doctor that has his exact motion similar to that was the God of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And that's why it was called loofah because it looked like a spine, right in terms of the look of the sword, but the one that would slice really hard and other similar sort of

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similar sort of name. Nonprofits is sending himself was brave. So it was described like he was a sword as well. And when that one I don't mean Sufi law, he must know the messengers I'll send them is like 100 an Indian sword Indian swords were considered very very powerful strong swords of old so they had these to begin had definite Mohammed Abu Bashar Hamad bin bishopp reported him It didn't mean he is reporting from Mohammed bin Bashar. Allah had data now what happened in jetty Allah had desert Evie

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follow me

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and who's the father or what have you been Jedi that is Jedi been has him

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and kadaga from on the authority of batata. Yet even has it was a good narrator. But they said one God has a narrator from Katahdin, we have to be a bit careful about his narration on NSN on on the authority of ns even Malik, he said Gannett Baba to save your Rasulullah sallallahu and he will send them into law that the cobia

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What that means is the

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you see there is the sword, the actual metal part the blade, and then there's the handle of the blade, okay. And then the handle has a little attachment at the top and it has a little attachment at the bottom. So the attachment at the top is known as the big because this allow us for the sword to for the hand to not slip away from the sword into the blade area. So this is what it is. So this portion of the sword of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was made of silver. Okay, so we see now that a portion of the sort of a sort of Lhasa send them was made of silver. And they said that there are some exceptions to the rule of silver. So men, for example, can wear silver rings.

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Women, for example, can use silver for beautification. Men can also use silver

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to to beautify their swords, because this is one of those moments where a person is meant to show the enemy, the idea that the person has power and money normally means power. So if a person's sword is made of partially of silver, then that would be a bit intimidating, or so it would be in certain circumstances and that would maybe during that particular phase of or era, it might have been of that nature but in all essence, the ruling was established during the lifetime of the

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Refer to send them that a person is allowed to beautify the sword that he has when silver and this particular ruling continues whether the Hikmah the wisdom that we saw remains or lacks. Father had death, no Mohammed Abu Bashar because by the way, rulings are not attached to wisdoms. Okay. That's why many times people ask you what's the wisdom behind this? You tell them the wisdom in there. They'll say something like, well, this wisdom is no more. So you say rulings are not attached to wisdoms. rulings are attached however to effective causes.

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There's a difference between an effective cause and wisdom. And this discussion is best kept in the science of older folk, but rulings in general, they're not attached to wisdoms because wisdoms

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are just our own understanding of what a loss of health data shows a certain thing to be a certain way we may very well be wrong, right. So rulings are not attached to wisdoms. They are attached however, to effective causes, which are known as known as a law in all sorts of

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odd definitely Mohammed Abu Bashar Mohammed bin bishopp reported, okay, Carla de amor, I've even in sha Allah, Destiny, Abby, and kadaga. And so even if it hasn't,

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so even if it hasn't a velocity, so he albasini

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is the brother of an Hasson and bacillary the famous and has an impossibly that we know sorry, even I've been hesitant about it, is the brother of and has an adversity. And this particular

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side is not a Sahabi right. His name is Sarah Reed, the Son of the Father of hesson, meaning the Son of the Father of an hesson basally ie the Shira father, and that means they are brothers. So even though bill has a liberal city and has an basally so they're both actually dabbing and they're not so how about and that means that when he says Allah

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said he said, gonna be able to safely Rasulullah in some lava, you send them and feel that the sort of the messenger so I'll send them was actually partially of phila right then that statement is not a raised statement or Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam In fact, it is a statement in which a Sahabi is missing. And such a hadith we call it a Molson had the formal settlement also have you support what pullover even ma when. So this is not a raised or a Muslim, or fully directly connected chain all the way to a lawsuit of loss or loss of them. This is not such a hadith In fact, it is a disconnected of youth, all the way to sell even a bill hasn't basri.

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He said that the sort of the messengers or cinema was partially made of fifth law by you by the Buddha, Mohammed bin Sudan and bacilli, Allah, tala Jade, and who didn't

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even want to live inside and God called the Hello Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a Makita, Yeoman fitri where Allah safey the heaven with a BA that

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in this tradition we have that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he ended up

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ended up entering Mecca an inmate while he was entering Mecca, a portion of his safe a portion of his sword had a little bit of gold and also a little bit of silver as well.

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Allah had definitely not Mohammed even Shuja in Big Daddy, Paula VEDA and her dad on earth man inside anybody CD in pod, so not to say Fiala safey Sam Walton

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was ama Zamora and no So no, I say for who I say feel suited now. He said a little longer. I know you're sending them okay, the Hanafi and

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even seating says that I made my sword just like the sword of the messenger sallallahu it was similar to safey LSA feel Rasulullah I made my sword and it looked very similar to the sword of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam and how was the sort of the messenger

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even sitting by the way saying I made my sword like this sort of somewhat assembled, I said, my sword was like this sort of the message. Okay.

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So how was this sort of similar and in turn, how is it sort of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He said that the sword of the messenger and the sword of Scimitar was a sword which was a hanafy sword and this doesn't mean it was the Hanafi the counterpart of the Chateau yet

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Nabila and amalickiah know, this is a hanafy sword meaning that the person who had manufactured the sword was from Ben hanifa, or the styling that was done on the sword was a hanafy style meaning that it was a style that the tribe of ventile hanifa really knew how to master. Okay, so the sword came out a hanafy sword. This is quite interesting because someone may understand this to be a hanafy sword isn't a you know, not a Chateau e sword? No, this is a sword that came. And it was made either by a person for mental health before it was styled in this fashion of the infp or the bento hanifa style. And they knew how to do the swords really well. So that's the whole point over here that the

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sword was done, and it was perfected. And it was done well. I eat it was a hanafy sword. God had definitely not to Blue mukarram al basri Allah, Mohammed Abu Bakr in Andhra fanatic, and we have Alice nadina. Who that Roberto bluma mukarram albasini. He said that Mohammed bin Becker and rosemary Burnside had narrated the same exact idea that was narrated in the previous Hadees

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through their own, it's not as well.

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Okay, so the the difference between the two is not zoo.

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The difference between the two is not is

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the first few narrators okay. The first Narrator In the previous is not his daddy. And the second narrator is Aveda and her dad and in the second change, we have Urbino, Urbino. mukarram al basri. And then we have Hamad bin backer and they both all have the meetup address 90 of inside and then the chain goes on from inside to Ebensee Dean, who said that I made my sword like the sword of someone who said the sword of the summit I was at my own sword summit I think that it was like the sort of the profits is in them in the sort of the profits to sell them was a heavy sword. So it's the same chain

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Bible manager if you sleep it didn't last very long. So what we learned from the previous chapter is that the profits of selling had nine swords,

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which are assumed and the other swords have been hacked, these are the names of the different swords of the profitsystem

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and these swords were perfected swords, and they had a little bit of silver on the a big portion of the handle of the sword. And these swords were at times unique in that they weren't just necessarily straight swords, like the prominent swords they might have been in a zigzag fashion that I showed you and that is considered a good sort of fashion in a sword as it is easier to cut with that and so on and so forth and to penetrate with that so that is a type of sword that the messenger sent along it was sending Madden it was known as duty shut off and this was a very popular sword from amongst the swords of the messenger Salallahu audio center now we're looking at the armor of the messenger

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cells in them the body armor of the messenger okay.

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So this is called the dealer of Rasulullah sallallahu it was setting up right

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and the

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there are over a sort of loss SLM was a there that would, that would be covering the entire body and we'll see the different doodle the body armors are the messengers I'll send them and basically this body armor is like the body armor that was given to that wood Elisa, a lot of talks about this in the Quran in surah ambia Allah subhanaw taala says what I love now Sonata lebu Celia come, and I taught taught him the ability to do levels,

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the ability to make,

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make a a labouisse

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address that would be a body armor. And what was this specific type of Sunnah specific ability to make that Allah Subhana Allah Allah had given that without a setup, this was an ability to take a small metal piece and bend it with the fingers of that without insulin in order to to make them into small, little haylock, small little chains that would be intertwined throughout small links that would be intertwined to route very, very small small links that would be intertwined throughout, and hence the body would maintain its agility in the fight. And at the same time, the armor would be such that if a person is struck by a sort of the enemy, it would protect the individual as well.

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This was something that was given to that with Allison

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And the specific ability that was first that entire entire art was taught to him and then that will that insulin was given the ability to actually mold the, the links with his fingers if he had pleased, so, right. And so that would be Sam would make these these levels. And it was it's even said that one of the different armors that that messengers also known what had actually was inherited by him over generations from the actual make of that would Allah Allah and Allah subhana wa tada Knows Best of this. But this was the body armor, assumed loss in the

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ministry that Buddha, right as Calvin zohaib he talks about the Sahaba of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and he's praising them. And he's talking about their levels, the dress that they would wear, he said it was though it was from a make of la sala, right, he was trying to praise their, the way they would dress and so on and so forth. Specifically when it came to the body armor, so the prophet to send him had this specific type of body armor that he would wear. And

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he had a number of different ones, it'd be a him in zouden ads, which is a six volume book of, or even more or less, depending on the print you have. But it's a very good book. If you want to read one book in your life,

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and on the seat all of the profits and send them I would personally recommend that in fact, that is my ad is a book that gives you the CRR sort of loss or synonym, it gives you a little bit of the tip of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as well, the CEO as well. And it gives you a little bit of a clip of Nebo he the prophetic medicine as well, it gives you a little bit of a lot, okay, you get a lot out of this particular books out that even though it's a pretty concise book, six volumes is not that large.

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You read through the six volumes, you get so much out of so many different things you get. But I warn a one thing, that many times when we read works of the setup, we get carried away thinking that this is all the information that's available, period Zaboo my ad is a relatively concise work on the car overall sort of lost us in it. Even if I am has some opinions, which he feels very strongly of. Even taymiyah has some opinions which he feels very strongly of, if it hadn't been hate them. He has some opinions, which he feels very strongly of. This doesn't mean that this is the do all and say all in the Islamic sciences. That's it, himself. That's the end of that, let's move on with life.

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No, there could be things that he missed, there could be certain things you didn't know, even Tamia, same idea. There could be things he missed, there could be things he didn't know. But at the same time, other scholars have that same sort of

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problem as well. They could know something and miss something, and so on and so forth. So we have to understand that if we're read something by a certain scholar, it doesn't mean that this is the final grand finale on the matter. And there is nothing else to be said or to be learned and so on and so forth. No, we read the books of the seller, whilst we respect all the rest of them as well, because all of them had opinions that they felt really strongly off. But that did not never ever mean or that doesn't ever mean that this is the only thing that could be said on the topic. And that's it. There's nothing more to say on this specific topic. So this is something that I would just make a

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disclaimer. But other than that Sajid mind is a book that is a very strong book, which I strongly recommend. Anyways, you mentioned over here, seven of the body armors have the

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messenger sauce in them. Among them, he says, is that to the full moon, okay, that's a full moon, by the way, is known as that full moon because it would be the body armor. And it wouldn't be just covering the body. Okay. You know, sometimes you have a tight garment, you wear it, and it just covers the body.

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But sometimes you have a looser garment. You wear it, and there's still some space left here and there.

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And there's still some cloth left over here. And there's a little bit hanging here, a little bit hanging there. It's a bit looser, right. So Dr. Wood fullblown was that loose armor of the messenger sallallahu it was send them and this and that's why it's called that spoonful which actually means the one that has a left a little bit of a leftover, right so it's a little bit loose.

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This was the doctrine football, that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam had left collateral to get some food from a person by the name of Abu Shahab hon Sham was a Jewish individual. We find in certain books that the messenger Salallahu it was sending me nada, or to fear. Was there a room or a ruler and a hoodie

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That he died and his demeanor his body armor was actually left collateral by a Jewish person. Okay, so he bought he got some things from him he bought, I think you got a you got a good bit of barley, okay

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to feed his family and he left his body armor collateral because the body armor was worth a lot of money. So he bought, he got himself about 70 different sauce. What's a thought a month is a handful of size, four handfuls, that's what a size.

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So, the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had 30 slots

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30 slots worth of barley that he had borrowed from Abu shacman God and in return, he left his demeanor his body armor specifically the one that is known as the one that in football as collateral for that particular food. And similarly, he had a another one that was known as that in Russia, which which means the cloak, right, which was also another type of body armor that he had similar to yet another one called Dr. Hayashi which means the one that has a larger ends and then he had another one that was known as su di or it was known necessarily not through the eyes and it was a saw the body armor suit or the without the quality in the middle or the or so DHEA or soul DHEA with

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a solid and another one which was known as fitball

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and another one which is known as the BA and another one that was known as the filler knock these are the different body armors that the messenger sallallaahu it was sending that

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he said that.

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So irritating me these mentioning his narration I will sorry the blue light and sorry I should spawn units of noble Caden caught up on Monday this happened that evening. I'm delighted to be about even I'm delighted in this debate and God Abdullah even as late

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as debatable why I won in some of the narrations the narration stops at the lions event remember the lions Aveda so happy. But the thing is that

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Abdullah ibn Zubaydah was a young man so we have to have a debate over here. In order for us to have the Hadith to be authentic. The Lebanese Aveda was a young individual he might have not even been born by this time, while the narration is occurring, like the moment of history that is being narrated, he might not even have you know been old enough to narrate or mourn. So, Zubaydah is a necessary component of the chain here in certain books you might find without as obeyed. So Zubaydah is actually a necessary component of the chain. Karla karnali. You know, kinda Allenby is on the lava and he was setting up a oma or heard there are on the day of or heard the messengers on the

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lava and he was hurt, meaning the second main battle in Islam.

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He had two different armors not even one.

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So now how about you the Sahaba You see, the day have heard was that sad day in which the messenger sallallahu Sallam had told some of the companions to stand on what was known as Jebel Rama, or what is known today as yoga mat, a little small mountain. He told some people to stand on top of that mountain and protect the people that are fighting the companions were fighting with the with the army of polish that had come from Mecca. So he had said that stay on top of the jungle and watch from the backside. So there's a small little mountain. The battle is going on over here. This is the little small mountain. The battle is going on over here. Over here is hurt. Okay? So

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The messengers on cinnamon designated a group of people to stand right here to make sure that as the battle is going on the otoshi, the pagan army, they don't end up coming from the backside, from behind this mountain walking on top of the mountain and attacking us from the back. In a way, we're not even ready to handle the fight yet, right? So that would be a problem. So now what happened is the messenger and his army were able to defeat the people,

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the pagan Arabs, but the pagans had a very strong leader at that time, Holly didn't really, who ended up taking the army around, and he did exactly what the messenger was afraid of. Now, the messenger had designated Sahaba, as I said, companions to stand here and protect them. But when the battle finished, they ended up leaving their spots and not listening to the messenger, the messenger said, Do not leave until I tell you to leave. They left as soon as a messenger

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and other Sahaba were fighting in the forefront, they ended up defeating the army they thought defeat has occurred. Now, we're free to leave, even though the messenger said don't leave until I tell you.

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So when they left college, and the army of the people have actually ended up taking the opportunity and attacking the messenger from the back now,

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the odds were against the Muslims. And in this particular battle, the messenger sauce and his face was scarred the profits of synonyms, teeth ended up breaking the profits and loss in them.

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He ended up having a strike also to his head, and so on and so forth. So a lot of blood would flow from this part of the face of the profits and seller, which ended up leading to the profits and seven becoming weakened. Okay.

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And on top of that, he was wearing not one body armor, he was wearing two body armors and that shows you that the profit to send them wasn't just faking, quote unquote, the what what some people may consider delicately, right,

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just blindly submitting your affairs to Allah Subhana Allah without taking any worldly means the messengers also known would teach us to take the means. And then after having taken the means we put all of our trust on Allah, and not onto the means. So he took the means by wearing two body armors and not even one.

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And after he took those means of wearing two body armors, and not even one, then the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he went into the battleground and even then the profits of some did get scarred. But obviously the body armor had predicted the messenger soliloquies and by the love of Allah subhanho wa Taala greatly, and now that he's weakened after the battle has come to an end, everybody's retrieved. Some of the companions are under the impression that the prophets of Silla might have actually died in the battle. So the prophet to send them wants to go on top of a mountain, or a very large rock, but because of the weakness, and he was the strongest of strong,

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because of the weakness, the messenger cannot get on top of the rock. So a companion by the name of Paul ha, he is asked by the messengers on the Lavoie to send them to duck and make something similar to a ladder for the messengers. Awesome. So you'd step on top of funhouse back. And then you would take the second step on top of this large rock, and then the profits and send them would stand on top of this large rock to give all the other companions who are concerned about the messengers. I'll send him the glad tidings of the fact that he's still alive. And here I am. So that's exactly what happened. And all along the messenger Celeste and him had two body armors. And the chapter is about

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the body armor. That's what we're trying to establish here.

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And then after he got on top of the rock, and people started to become happy, the messengers on the law it was sending him he said, that elgible unhappy because of this fall has ended up making obligatory for him, Jenna, as in now Jenna would be considered a necessary abode for somehow because of the sacrifices you've done. And they said, one of the reasons for Jennifer Bella over here is because, look, the believers were in a state of grief. The believers were in a state of sadness. The believers were in a state of fear of the fact that the messengers I'll send them and because of the fact that the messenger may have died.

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So the fact that he ended up making his back as a ladder through which the messenger would step up to Iraq, because of which the grief and the sadness and the fear from the hearts of the believers will be uplifted. That was the reason why Allah subhanho wa Taala ended up granting Paul hygena and so this is the reward of uplifting the grief from a believing brother of yours.

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And this is their reward of uplifting the grief and the fear and the sadness from a brother and a sister of yours in Islam. I asked Allah subhanho wa Taala to give us the field. I mean, you're a bit ahead of me.

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God had definitely not Hamad even

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Abby Romo on a desert not Sofia, Marina and Izzy depinho sofa and it's such a busy type of musical hobby but a very young one and are sort of lying some lonely or similar maganda Li oma or herdin there are so a bit uneasy by the way. He is the last of the companions of the messengers or send them to die in Medina, not altogether but the last of them to die in Medina. So another sort of law is a little longer it was setting them up Ghana Li oma are they there en la hora de la

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now Sal is actually not old enough to remember this particular point.

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Because we said he's one of the

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youngest Sahaba ever

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he's one of the youngest Sahaba ever. And in the ninth year of Egypt all when the head jetted without occurred, he was actually seven years old. So likely he's either not even born or he's just about to be born or just born in this particular event. So there's no way he can remember how the messengers also must have dressed in the Battle of whether he had two body armors or one body armors what

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we he can't remember that. So this means he must be narrating this hadith from another companion. And that's fine.

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Because we say well mobile setup means to have you set up a Muslim Hadith is which doesn't have happened to us so happy. Now if the Hadeeth doesn't have a hobby, the only time it's a problem is if the Hadees is being narrated by a daddy. Why? Because the Wi Fi, though we keep them in very high stations. They are not all unanimously considered or do they are not all unanimously considered upright. narrator's idol is a Muslim and valuable often asylum in fiscal Salomon Hawaii Marula, a person that is a Muslim a person that has reached the age of puberty a person that is intellectual as a person that's seen in terms of intellect, and he's away from sins, and at the same time, he's

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away from things that that are considered socially indecent, right? So of course, we would say he has that quality as well. But what I mean by doing actually, is someone who does not like

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someone who does not miss does not say accept the truth. Okay.

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So if that's the case, then we must say that the only ones we are guaranteed of the fact that they are doing are the Sahaba and this rule of law says all the law I know what I'm doing that Allah subhanho wa Taala has been pleased with them. And they have been pleased with Allah subhana wa tada as well. So the only ones who are considered all together every one of them, even if it happens to be a sinner that are considered truthful, definitely, without a doubt, are the Sahaba and that's what some of the heavier they used to say. Along the Mackinac. People were not gonna get it. We didn't use the lie, and we didn't even know what lying was. So the Society of the companions was

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this dignified society to a degree that they didn't even know what lies what work, okay.

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And that's why even when, even when I was soufiane was brought before

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when he was brought before the Indian king, he wasn't able to lie of what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam really stood for because lying was something that they would try to stay far, far away from, you see, so for that reason, we know that there is no way that the Sahaba could have been like the people that are not the Sahaba they

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if they happen to be upright, we accept their traditions if they don't, then we reject their traditions.

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Over here saw a movie as he does narrating. So the person he dropped must be a Sahabi as well. In fact in other narrations we actually haven't mentioned of another individual who was as a hobby in this particular tradition as well. So he say that even though Sam didn't directly see the messenger were two different garments we will accept it because number one, we have another tradition and other chain which helps us understand that he took it from us a hobby number two, we have the previous tradition in which we have is available while I'm also mentioning that the profits are the lower I send them out to diggers to body armors and not just one. Okay, so how did he wear these to

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your one on top of the other? This is all that is being said over here, Bobby my job fee slip at the middle of federal lawsuit in the

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Chapter related to the helmet of the messenger sallallahu. It said, Okay,

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so you had a helmet or a type of, you know, head gear that would protect the head, right? A middle fall. And from the word middle fall comes with the word Mozilla as well. Okay, as I thought it means to forgive.

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and linguistically, it means to cover something up. So middle thumb is the thing that covers up the head, you have the body armor, the metallic body armor cut, covering up the body. And similarly, the messenger saw certain amount of metal headgear as well, that would protect the head from a strike as well. So that would be known as a helmet or a militia.

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And what's unique over here, and this is a bit of a tangent, but just to understand what middle foot means.

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The word vasara in the Quran is often paired up with zunow sins, and the word kathrada, which also means the cover right calf Allah

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cover. In fact, the word gafa is actually the original word of the English word cover cover as well, you can actually hear it cover, cover, cover, cover cover, right, so it's actually the same word because it means to cover something up. But there's a difference between these two types of covers. The word law is a deeper cover that you cannot unveil afterwards. And that's why from the word of law photo, we have the term middle fall, which means the helmet because it covers very strongly such that you can't penetrate afterwards, right after the helmet goes on.

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The word Kapha it's not the same type of cover. It's a it's a looser cover. It's a type of castle or a cover that a farmer does when he takes a seed and plants it into the ground. And that's why Akasha is linguistically actually a farmer and Allah subhanaw taala uses the term Gospel to refer to a farmer in the Quran your ajibola kafala about to eat, I believe Allah subhanho wa Taala says that the

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the kuffaar become amused by the growth of this particular plant or tree right? And what he means by that is the farmers, right because they are the ones who cover up the seed inside of the soil in the ground. Why am I saying all these things? Because Allah subhana wa tada he teaches us to say what will fit leonarda robina

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forgive for us or a lot of sins. Well, Cassie Rhonda z atina and expiate our sins as well. And both of them are words that actually means cover and cover. But the word wellfield is a stronger type of cover because it comes from the helmet we're talking about, right? So Allah Subhana Allah uses the word mouth don't offer them because of them is a major sin

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while fiddling I do know better forgive for us or Allah subhana wa Tada, Arduino, which are our major sins, well caffeine unnecessary artina. And also cover up our car, which are also sins as well, but these are the minuses, they don't require as deep of a cover, they require a cover, which, which is like the cover of a farmer putting a seed into the ground, which anybody can just go like this and pull out the seed if they want, right just take the dirt in the soil and and just dust it a bit and you'll get the seed right out. However, if it's inside of a helmet, then it's not gonna then it's not going to you're not going to be able to penetrate it because it's a helmet. So the type of

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model filled on cover you need for a sin that's a greater sin and a major sin is a stronger type of sin. So Allah subhanho wa Taala stronger type of cover and so Allah uses a word which would aid that meaning. Well, we'll figure another one right forgive for our sins for us our sins. Well, Catherine nunziata ask Allah subhana wa Jalla to forgive our sins. I mean, that'll be hard enough for David to say he didn't call Malik even an S.

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Even she had anybody she hadn't. And lsvt mannequin and maybe a song Allahu Allahu selama Well, David demonstrate is a famous teacher of a Timothy and we've seen him multiple times already. And as Malik says, that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came into Mecca, and he had on top of his head in middle.

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He had a

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a helmet for cleaners who had a hot boiling metallic, star and cavities a follow up to that. Then, as he had his helmet on top of his head, they pointed to Evelyn Hobson

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was even cotton.

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Even Kapil Abdullah Ivan Harper was a was a companion

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Who then upon stated, and then he killed his Muslim slave. And then he ran away from the messenger sauce in them. And then he started to spread, spread hate speech about the messenger and the Sahaba and the companions and so on and so forth. Then he bought two slave girls, or he had to slave girls who he started to tell them to sing to him rhymes, which would be hate speech against the messenger, sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the companions and these rhymes would then work as a media avenue for other haters of Islam of that time, the oroshi people who would then repeat these rhymes that were sung by the slave girls have a bin hopper. This is interesting in a nutshell even hop on

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so there were four people when the messenger sauce and then came back to muck up who the profits are sending didn't pardon. He pardoned everybody. He pardon pardon the people of Quraysh right.

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They came to him and the messengers asked him said Matthew Luna and nifa become what do you think I'm going to be doing to you right after all that you have done me you have exiled me you've driven me out of my house you've killed my companions you have went to war with me you have tried to entice my own people against me you have tried to take my family against me you have taken my wealth from me you have you have you have in the list just keeps going. You have taken my allies and try to lower them into backstabbing me such as the who the Jewish people of Medina, right. What do you think I'm going to be doing? Do you know? maka, Luna and Nisa?

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Right? They said, Oh, Kitty, Manuel, what I'm getting is that you're a person of honor and generosity and you're a child of a person of honor and generosity. So the prophet SAW Selim said eatable for Antonio palapa, go, as I am freeing every single one of you, this is what the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had told the Sahaba, the people of Mecca he prayed them all. And that's why and moreover, the messengers on love it was sent him said that

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Mandela Dharavi soufiane, for what I mean whoever and there's the house of Abu sufian, and he will be considered someone that is secure whoever old clothes shuts his door, then he would be considered secure wherever it goes to the masjid, and how long then he'll be considered secure. He gave people different ways to gain security from the army that was coming into Mecca.

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of the profits and love Eleison however, there was for people who had gone too far too far. Amongst them was to live in copper. He had been given a leeway by the messenger he had accepted Islam, the prophets and send them send them on a delegation. This individual take took his slave, because why was the reason he didn't cook him food. That was the reason the person killed somebody because he didn't cook him food. This is the sickness of this individual. So the profitsystem said such a person we have to cleanse Society of so this person, whether you find him by the kettlebell, or you find them in his house, you find them anywhere, to to kill him. Only four people were of this nature

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that were commanded to be killed at sight, right because of their sin. And their constant disobedience and their constant irritation of the Dharma and the Muslims and even

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their own people such as the slave boy of his who didn't cook them food to kill them. Right? So the messengers, the last element commanded for this man to be killed at sight. And so he was

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delighted when capanne was killed. But the point of this particular narration here is that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was wearing a helmet. That's the major point in this particular narration that he was wearing a helmet

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when he entered into that into the Kaaba and also when he entered Mecca as well.

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How does I know he said even though he doesn't have to live in while God doesn't email you know, unless anybody should have been unless Malik in another suta La la la la to cinema de la cama.

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See hidden mill fall for the man as a whole general Rajan sakala don't even know how polymetallic Stalins cavity follow up to do that. The messengers of Allah and he was sending entered Mecca on the battle on the year of the conquest of Mecca, and on his head there happened to be a middle fault. there happened to be a

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for the man has or who then the messengers also took off the helmet. When he took it off, a man came to me said it will hop on you know that the light

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Suppose that you were talking about older sort of law. he happens to be in front of the Kaaba, and he happens to have placed his body to the dress of the Kaaba. Why the dress of the Kaaba? Why is that so important over here? The reason why that's important is because of the fact that the pagan Arabs had this practice that whoever ends up placing his body to the Stalin's Kaaba, then you cannot touch him.

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So they were concerned should we kill him now that he is placing his body on the cloak of the Kaaba or the dress of the Kaaba and the the cloth of the Gabba? The messenger is awesome, said Abdullah, even huddle specifically. And the four others they have no leeway here, they have to be killed at site because of the fact that their harm has affected society and Arabs at large all across the peninsula, they are making fun of the profits and silom to begin with, they are killing their slaves, they are doing all sorts of dirty and hideous, hideous things. So they must be killed so that the society can be rid of their evils, four of them only. Okay, so this is

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another thing over here. Now another thing to note here

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is the fact that the messenger saw Selim came in with a helmet.

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He came in with a helmet. And that means he did not come into the MSU that how long whilst he was in the state of hell. Okay. And the reason why this is important is because because you can't wear a helmet if you're in the state of a head on. So the reason why this is very important is for us to know that it is not a condition for a person to go into hell on every single time they come into the mat, they come into Mecca, some people have the opinion that it is an obligation to come into Mecca with the hell out every single time you come in, so you leave Mecca, you come back into Mecca, you cannot come back in except if you come into the state of Islam, at least do an AMA, and then you

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move on with whatever you have to do. This is not actually true, because the messenger sallallaahu it was sent him he came into the house from without, right, he came in with his middle fall his helmet and that shows us that he wasn't and hence we say that it is not an obligation for a person to come into the How long would how long, if they have something else to do. If they're coming for or that it becomes an obligation if they come for Hajj, then it becomes an obligation. But let's say they're going to visit somebody they're going to meet, they're going to do the off, just go and sit in the house or whatever else you don't have to do it head on in those particular scenarios as the

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profitsystem didn't do it wrong in this particular scenario as well.

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That will match if you're in Amethi Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, the chapter related to the imama related to the

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turban of the messenger some the longer it was in

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the provinces send them wear a turban,

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the profits and send them wear a turban or the hat underneath a turban without a hat underneath a turban with a hat underneath the profits and send them wore just a hat no turban like the one that I'm wearing, you know, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam walked without a hat as well. All of these scenarios are narrated within the life of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So it is not fair to say then that mama or turban is specifically the Sunnah of the messenger sallallahu it was send them and other than that is not the same. But we said remember that anything a person does. And they wish to follow the dress code like their love of the messenger so much that they've already

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implemented the center of the messenger they've already implemented the acts of worship that were narrated to us from the messenger, now they want to even follow him in the dress code, then you will say Bismillah Bismillah to Allah you will get the reward for that. So but to say that this by itself is an intrinsic sin and so on and so forth, though that's not the case. But if a person is doing it out of his love for the messenger, we don't discourage and we say as my Messiah have taught me, father ally, job, the virtue or the grace of Allah subhanho wa Taala is not to be not to be confined you don't say to someone that you're not going to get reward for this the person is doing it out of

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his love for the messenger and he's following him. You know hook line and sinker as even normally used to do and you will say Bismillah tada if Allah wishes he can reward you and we cannot confine the grace of Allah subhana wa tada cada Ramadan Bashar, Allah doesn't matter even Maddie and imagine Salah Maha definitely not Moldovan Jai means that really means

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a reroute okay? in the in the chain. So from Hamilton Russia

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Mohammed bin Bashar narrated from Maddie who narrated from Hamad bin selama now imagine Salah we stop and we give another route to imagine Salah

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Allah had designa Otto had how had desert

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so now instead of Ramadan Mashallah we have a card that's on our queue. And so instead of Maddie, we have Joaquin in Java, and hamato they all meet up at Hammad now have not even selama on his way and Java didn't call the 100 number he was on the log, why didn't you send them a

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Makita, Yeoman festivali American soda, that the messengers on the LaGuardia or send them entered the mecca on the day effect? And he happened to have a mama a black Mama. Okay. he happened to be wearing a black turban and I sort of lost a little audio signal. Okay, now about the black turban. Some people they looked at this and they said, Look, the Sunnah of the messenger is the black turban. But we say no, that's not the case. We know for a fact that throughout his life, we don't have any narrations of the messenger wearing a black turban except this specific incident in the life of the messenger, the black turban, okay.

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And even that is occurring when the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is coming into the Kaaba as a conqueror. Okay, he's conquering Mecca, he's coming as a conqueror.

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And we said that the messengers on the lot while he was setting them was wearing when he was coming into Mecca, also a helmet. So it could be that he was wearing a helmet and on top of the helmet he was wearing a black mama so this might have been his army dress, we don't know

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this doesn't have to be the regular wear of the messenger selasa or for a reason or another because of the dust the dirt it's a long travel this out the other the profits ism and chose to wear a black a black turban that could be understood as well. And last but not least some said that it could be possible that from the long travel, the turbid may have gotten dirty and in other narrations we have that the turban was heliconia that it was burnt in color so it could also be that they were cooking things in ashes and this that the other made the color of the white turban towards the block allow Adam what exactly is the case but let's say it is just as it is set in the Hadith, it's black. Okay,

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we don't have any other incident in the life of the messenger so send them where he wore a black turban. So to say that black turban is a Sunnah of the messenger this that the other? That's not the case. In fact, what is this is the white color investment by Amina Thea. We're white colors from clothes. Okay, because around the black we said there's many factors. It could be army dress, it could be that it had gotten dirty. And that's how it seemed like it could be that it was how Laconia as we find in other narrations that it was sort of like the burned color meaning that it had sort of the ash texture, right? Right. So it could be a lot of different things. Allow them what exactly it

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was. But the idea is that it wasn't the regular practice of the messenger Salah send them and this is why even came and said what maybe was some of the law where it was said that Lem yen best lieberson argument. Well, I can assure our roofing while Juma while my Jeremy Alberta, that the messenger never wore the block as a regular dress, nor was it his regular practice. Nor was it his dress when it came to their eat, or Joomla or large gatherings ever. This was not the case. He said in them at DEF CON who looked soon in number two to look at a soda Yeoman factory genocidal Sahaba it was just a day of fact that he incidentally ended up wearing a black turban. And this was not the

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common practice of also lie in fact, even the the the flag of the messengers or send them was actually white, not even black. Even the flag. It was actually white in color on dessiner even Abby Erma also one can say it could be an intimidating comment because color because the messenger is awesome right now is going into work, right? Or he's going into conquering Mecca he doesn't know if there'll be a war or not. Right? So black is a more intimidating color. So all of those things could be reasons why the messengers all cinemas wearing black. And at the last but not least, this is least to show that wearing black is not a problem. Okay? Because the consistency of white within the

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life of the messenger and every now and then green as well may end up leading some people to believe that black is a problem. But the fact that he wore the block in such a large gathering could be so that he may show people that black is not an impermissible color. It's okay to wear black

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But what is what is encouraged by Allah? Allah? Allah, Allah, Allah, Sophia, Sophia and Musa we didn't walk. But the reason why I stopped did that is because some people have this tendency to believe that it was just a tsunami of the messenger to where the block email must specifically, but we say no, that's not the case. It is not from the Sunnah. But it is not anti semitic as well. But what is more from the Sunnah is the fact that the white color, Allah had death and

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death and so on. And so in Norwalk, musawah is the name of the person and what what Locke is this title, used to make papers or used to sell papers on Java, even if it can be caught out internally or something along where it was sending me off to where I didn't remember, what are they he, environmental students older, I saw the messengers on the low send them on top of the member, it's not a member, actually, this is also on the day of

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the day. This is also on the day of the conquest of Mecca. This is the profitsystem going on top of climbing a couple of the ladders, or a couple of the steps of the Kaaba, right that lead to the door of the Kaaba, and he's giving the hotel battle Sahaba from that particular area, so it's kind of like a member, it's a linguistic member. It's not a pulpit, like the pulpit that we have today or the one that was made for the messenger. This is like a, this is a metaphorical pulpit, or it's a linguistic puppet as he stepped up a few steps on top of the stairs of the Kaaba, and he started giving them a hookah so just so we understand that even in this incident the block imama happens to

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be in the day of photography Mecca only Allah does and I'm modern overland, are used to Fibonacci sappada death in our gear. And Musawi didn't rock on Joshua.

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Even I'm even horizon be an obeah Sala la where it was Scylla mahabhava. NASA Are they here in our Mattoon, soda, the messengers awesome, gave a hookah and he happened to have a black turban. Also on the day of the conquest of Makkah. All of it is the same. They caught her death. I know how old it is help him Danny. Okay, whenever you see him, Danny,

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if there happens to be a doll hum, Danny, then what do you do? You see hamadani Fatah on top of the HA and Fatah on top of the mean. So instead of hum Danny, you say hamadani.

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Whenever you see

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not a.on Top of the doll.

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You see without a dot, it's a doll instead of a doll. Then you say Hi, I'm Danny Fatah on the ha sukoon on top of the mean. So let's say it again. If you happen to see a doll in this word, then it's Hamdani with a spoon. If you have with a spoon on the mean, if you happen to see a doll instead of the doll, then the mean doesn't have a spoon has its hamadani So over here we have Harun if it is hot Alam Danny pada dessiner Mohammed Al Madani and Abdelaziz even Ahmed and obey the law even normal and natural or modal Carla cannon abuso la Hollywood cinema message Allah mammoth obey Naka TV that had been almost said that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he would when he

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would do put his mama on he would take a portion of the tail of the manor and place it between his shoulders in the back, okay.

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You place it between the shoulders

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all and if you're not here, set the student accountable.

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Even if normally used to do the same thing. Remember even while he tries to follow this inner hook line and sinker father obey the law or obey the law said or a to an awesome Eben Hamad, who's a possum Hamad Mohammed Ibn Abu Bakar he said is awesome even Mohammed and Salim.

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Even Abdullah bin Omar silent and Qasim we're doing the same exact thing, meaning that they would take that mama and they would take the corner of America and put it inside on the back. So you put your MMR on and after you take the the tail of the mama and you place it in the middle and the backside instead of bringing it to the front so this is the son of the messengers I'll send them that he would keep it in the back. Okay. Allah had definite use of irisa the tail of the mama that is definitely use it for Marisa holla dessiner Kiran Carla Harris and Abu Sulayman Malibu Vasil and Arkema zoo. Akiva is the one who gathered the knowledge of bass. He is the slave boy that was freed

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by bass and then the Beatles a little longer it was sitting in the hopper than us the profits, the profits and send them he ended up giving it back to them.

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People a serum into the people while he or saw button the SMA or EMA to the SMA. So, the messenger gave a hotel bar And on top of his head, he had a Saba which is any amount of a same thing. He had a turban that was that smile that was very oily. Why? Because the messengers tell us in the mode where the mama and under the oil is here as well. Okay? So the mama would in one way or another also protect the profits and synonyms clothes from getting oily. So the imama would become really oily at times, right? This was the enamel of the profits. So it's a little bit about the fact that the messengers often I'm used to wearing them, okay.

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However, all of the Hadees that we have related to the fumble the virtue of a man such as and I'll give you one

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prayer, Salah can be intimate in higher Manhattan where Sheena salata Bella, the praying with her mama is better than 25 prayers without an Imam. Juma atombeam be Imam at him. Hi Roman Sabrina Juma? I think Bella, remember that praying Juma without an Imam is better than praying 70 Juma has without any man. Praying Juma with any mama is better than praying 70 Juma has with out and Mama, or praying is a lot within remember is better than 25, salam, without an MMR all of these are weak traditions. And you can sense the weakness within them, just by hearing them as well. But even if we look at it from a technical perspective of Hadeeth, you will find that all of them are either weak, or they're

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extremely weak, or they're fabricated, and so on and so forth. So there is no specific virtue in the idea of imama this is something that needs to be noted very, very strongly. And there is no specific virtue in the idea of it. Now.

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Having said that,

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I have a good discussion to highlight here before we close off for the day. And that is that what is a person to were in a situation that he or she may be in

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person lives in North America person lives in England, and they want to put themselves a shoe mount on or they want to put themselves the bishop on missionary right? On, or they want to put themselves the shawl that that the Yemenis wear, or they want to put themselves a you know, for Yemenis. It's a fashion stock stuff, it's like a fashion statement to have a dagger as well. Right? They don't actually use it for anything. Sometimes it's not even sharp, it's just a toy, but it's a fashion statement for them to have that. So what is a person to do in these scenarios? Right? You're living in a situation where people dress a certain way, what is the best dress that a person can wear?

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My personal input in this on this matter is that the best dress to wear in this particular circumstance is the dress of the people that are that are around you. Okay, now, there are some exceptions and I'll get to those exceptions as well. But starting off

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the dress of the people dictates the dress of an individual and the profits I'll send them he was told by Allah subhana wa tada to see what not I mean, it won't take anything and I'm not from the people that do tell you if I don't go out of my way to do things a certain way unless they happen to be from the sooner directly right. So if the profitsystem got something to where he would wear it, if their profits or send them got something specific to address with you, you've already got a present even from the non Muslim countries and so on and so forth. He would wear it you know, so long as the people of his local culture would also be accommodating of that sort of dress okay.

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Having said this now

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I want to get to a very, very important point here that is in which the messengers all along I said upset me, let me send the bass a charlatan

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whoever wears a dress, which makes him stand out.

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as best I will long Lee bass, I'm a Latina woman, Allah subhana wa, tada will make such a person we're a garment of humiliation on the Day of Judgment. Okay.

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So if you dress outside of the norms of your society to look a certain way, okay. And I'm not talking about prescriptions of the Shetty. I don't get into those prescriptions that *tier we have to do, whether it looks awkward or at least looks accommodating, right? But away from the prescriptions of the *ty a person goes out of his way to dress a certain way, such as someone that lives in, as I said North America and they decide to put themselves at Michelin on or Bisht on and on and they're walking around with a Michelin Michelin Shima or biston Chima, right? This is the bashundhara without a doubt, right because this is not from the

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Clothes of the people where you are, they will look at you weird, they will find you as a rebel within society. Or for example, everyone in society is dressed a certain way. And somebody decides to wear punk rock clothes to look like the oddball in the society. Right. So those type of clothes, whether it be ambitious or punk rock clothing, allies, messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that such a person will be tasted when we will be

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dressed with a dress of humiliation on the Day of Judgment, because people wear such things to stand out. Right?

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Even sometimes,

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many dresses are wore to stand out, and we're not supposed to be standing out the profits are lower is in a more clothes, that would be clothes that his people would all be wearing, right. Now, having said this, the exceptions that I think should be made is a person going to an Islamic event, a person going to an Islamic conference, a person going to a Masjid, in this moment, when you're going to msgid you are going to a place where normally people will be wearing folds, people will be wearing, you know, a dress like this, or they may be wearing a jacket, or they may be wearing so if it happens to be a shift coming to our message, it's understandable that they're wearing a bishop as

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well, right.

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But even so, I personally don't necessarily think that that is the best way to dress, you know, in those circumstances well, but that may be the case, someone, sometimes even across the country in massage, where

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where people pray at the back of the mustard, they may have different modalities and different shoes for people to wear before they go into Salah. So in that circumstance, it wouldn't be considered a laborious job. But a person decides to go to pick up his passport walked through the airport with a big stock, I think this is the best to show it off. And this is a person attracting attention to himself some negative and some positive in reality, a lot of time it is negative, the guy that's dressed like a punk, you'll get stopped up off at airport security. And the guy that's dressed with a bishton tonight while he's walking through security. And so they'll also get stopped off at

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securities, it's attracting negative attention. And you're not doing yourself a favor by that and you're not doing them a favor by that rather, in these circumstances you wear things that normally people would be wearing. So you don't attract attention. It is actually a mustard seed. It is a Moxon it is a objective from amongst the objectives of the Shetty are for you not to attract negative or positive attention to yourself. So you don't end up standing out. You see, we're not trying to be people that stand out. Except if it happens to be something that is a divine obligation, a person is obliged to wear the beard, Hoss, stand out, don't stand out. This is an

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obligation. Sisters advised and obliged to wear a job stand out, don't stand out that you know the job as well stand out no stand out, we don't have a choice. But besides that, you don't have to go out of your way to stand out in a society where people dress a certain way. Rather, you dress the way that people dress. And this doesn't mean that you have to dress

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with one certain type of clothing. Sometimes some societies accommodate multiple different cultures and multiple different types of clothings. Like I would, I would say that in Malaysia, for example, people dress in multiple different cultures, right?

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There's the Indians here, there's the

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Chinese people here, there's the Malay people here, there are many different cultures here. And there's a lot of influence of the Arab culture here as well. So there's many people walking around even Malay people that are wearing robes and sometimes they're not doing it religiously, they're just wearing these clothes because they they like to dress a certain way I point of the matter is that if you're living in a society where different dress clothes are accommodated, accommodated, and if you're not, and I would say North American society and others don't accommodate outside in public space, you know, different dress codes, then be considerate of the fact that you will be in public

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space, and wear the clothes that are the clothes of your of your people. And a mama is definitely not something that has to be worn in public space, you want to come to the masjid with your mama Bismillah you want to come to the masjid without shame Al Hamdulillah even though you don't have to, it's not going to make you more religious or less religious, you want to come to or more knowledgeable. And there's also another By the way, phenomenon of many people are wearing these clothes, not because they just like to wear them, but because they it makes them look more knowledgeable. This is the perception of people and I remember I was sitting on my own computer and

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I was just, you know, YouTubing and doing something and my daughter saw a person with a Shimada and she's like, Look shake, right?

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And she's like three years old. This is the younger daughter

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She looked at the screen. It's like, Look she, right. And I was like, What do you mean? So then I typed in on Google, she came out and bitched and went into the images. And I'm like, Who are these? These are shapes, right? So there's this perception of, if you were a Shem out in a dish, you happen to be ashamed and you take it off, you have less knowledge. And so some people, they capitalize on this, and they were in mountain ambition specifically for them to make themselves look more knowledgeable than they really are, or for some to just simply look knowledgeable last, they have no knowledge of Islam anyways, I know brothers that don't speak in Arabic. And I've met them and they

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pretend to be people of knowledge by wearing Shimano and Bisht and so on and so forth. You speak to them three words, they can't speak of Arabic They cannot carry out a conversation, but society actually believe it or not, begins to believe them to be people of knowledge just because they happen to be wearing a shoe mountain. So if a person does not, then definitely such a person will be tested on the Day of Judgment with the garment of humiliation, and mondiale party in his explanation of this particular Hadith, in which the messengers often upset me, let me send the best shot in Alba solo Yama TRT device a Basilica in Yama, Yama, moolah licari says this is amongst the people that

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will face This is their face Haha, are the people who end up pretending to be a ha, they wear the garments of the people of knowledge. And they pretend to be in front of other people that they are also people of knowledge is by putting a certain garment on and so on and so forth. This will be a person that will be tested on the Day of Judgment. So we have found in the Hadith, authentic hadith, with a garment of humiliation on the Day of Judgment, why because they pretend to be people of knowledge by wearing the clothes of the people of knowledge. I asked him lots of kinda went to Allah to give us a tofik to practice to convey, does not come alone hunting for listening to Allah. In our

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subsequent lessons, we'll continue with the is all with the garment or the rest of your son in law to send them back home alone cutting again, also Lola who is at now he will be age nine. I said I'm

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gonna cut