Seerah 3 – How was the prophetwas protected before prophethood

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AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the history and use of figures like the Prophet sallama to protect individuals from harm and the danger of workplace safety. They also touch on the use of shaming and discomfort to cover one's body and the potential consequences of doing so. The speakers emphasize the need for individuals to pray for the future and pray for the future, as well as the importance of protecting from workplace safety.
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in there Hamdulillah I don't want to stay you don't want to stop futile when I was a bit less mature or whatever it was, you know so you

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may have to hold on for who am I? Who am I? You blondes Alain 30 della who are Leah Murshida eyeshadow Allah Allah Allah Allah Allahu la sharika lah wa shadow and Mohammed Abdullah solo, Ahmedabad Sharla, we will continue from where we left off in the life of the prophets. Allah lives in this era of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and this is the Meccan era, the early period when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was still young, and between the age when he was a toddler until he was a pretty much a teenager and before the marriage of Khadija, or the Aloha, and when did what are some of the events that occurred during those times? And we are speaking right now

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we were going through the book of a book called A zero and never we I love and Masada, Masada asleep, the CEO of the prophets of Allah halation based on the light of the earliest sources, and right now we're going to cover a potassium which is the night now section and this one is a failure to lahi level what do I mean by a little more than a Helia?

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Well, hey, come on. I mean,

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the thing is, what we're speaking about is how Allah subhanho wa Taala protected the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from some of the vices of Jaya Helia from some of the evils and some of the customs and some of the acts that are of course against the principles and the deen of Allah subhanho wa taala. And so the Messenger of Allah Subhan Allah Hi, so of course, he grew up and we know that Allah subhanho wa Taala protected him and prepared him to be a prophet, a messenger of Allah. From the very beginning when he was in the IDF

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Bousada he was in the desert Ubuntu side, as a young boy, Allah subhanho wa Taala sent the angels sent Angel Jibreel said the angels opened up the chest of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and washed his heart and take up two morsel of black morsel from his heart. And so this in and of itself, of course, is protection for the prophets of Allah from the very beginning.

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And taking care of the messenger of allah sallallahu. So and of course, there are many vices and many vices and in evils that were happening in India, he did just with any, so any society, there are, there's corruption there evil, there's also there are things that people used to do that was not correct and inappropriate from a moral perspective and also from a Dean from the facet of religion also. And so there are many things that they used to do, of course, worshipping idols, and they used to also also go around the cat but naked, and there are many other things that they did. And so how did the Prophet How did the loss of Hanworth Allah protect the Prophet sallallahu alayhi

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wasallam. So from the very beginning, we spoke a little bit less. At the end of last week we spoke about the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam helping

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also build the Kaaba. Remember that in the year the flood, and we mentioned how the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam helped to avert civil war and Mecca by the wisdom that Allah Subhana Allah gave to him. So here, the cachaca Rasul Allah, Allah Allah who has served via IDT vena cava and Demeter abdomens the messenger of allah sallallahu. So when did cat bone was being rebuilt? And remember that this was after the flood. So when the capital was being revealed, rebuilt Fergana young, Paloma home Al Jazeera, Lebanon, Lebanon, he is.

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So he is they used to have of course, what did they used to wear in the old days? The garment that the clothing that they used to wear, you know how, in antiquity in the old times the normal garb normal garment that people used to wear, they didn't they did have different types of fashion and things like that. But you know, how, if you look at,

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I guess, in Greece for example, they used to have the togel whereas the topaz, toga, toga.

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toga.

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toga, right. Okay. Yeah, the toga, toga used to wear what the two they used to have the the garments, upper garment and lower garment. And they it was

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garments that they would wrap themselves in. And this was also in most parts of the world known as the Tsar arena. And when do we wear this? Now, when do we wear it now?

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during Hajj, very good. During hides, we used to wear that but you know, during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when the people used to wear these two garments, here, you have all white, of course everyone wears white. But at the time, the Prophet said, Allah Allah, so did everyone wear white, white is odd. And Rida,

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not everybody were white, they just, they were wherever they could find. They were wherever they could find and most of the houses is garments. And so that was the that was actually what they used to wear the upper garment over there over the top. And the lower garment known as the upper garment was known as read that the lower garment is called the Izaak. And the result, of course was, you know, continuing continuation of that.

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Of course, in Arabia, people don't wear the Tsar anymore.

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Yeah, yeah. So wrong. And also they call them

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Somalis calling my waist, right. Yeah. Right. So don't do the

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same thing, right. Yeah, same thing. So they used to work, of course, even nowadays, and you haven't, those are connected with the admin and all the way for of course, they brought that all the way to Southeast Asia. So you see, if you go to the masjid, the massages in Southeast Asia and Indonesia, in Malaysia,

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what did they were, they were the mouths of salaam they were the lower garment. And the you know, they just, you tie and then you wrap it up, and then that's, that's what they used to wear. So the messenger of allah sallallahu sallam, he used to have his Izaak, right. And he had his also sometimes he would have his reader and now and sometimes,

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often, because, you know, some, some people would wear one large one, if they didn't have two garments. There were times when there were poor people we didn't have or sometimes they would wear a large garment. And they would cover the top and the bottom with one garment. Also, and, and sometimes that would happen. So the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he he was helping, of course, build the Kaaba, and he was carrying the rocks and the bricks and so forth to to build the cabin with Dr. Holly Amala Abbas and Yara is our Ebola monkey Bay. He the whole age era. So his, he said,

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his uncle,

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his uncle ibis, he said he got his hair, he suggested to him. He said, Why don't you take your ears off, and put it on your, your shoulders, like put your result on your shoulders. And otherwise, you know, sometimes you you might have one, but it's very, very thin. And you're carrying something heavy? You know, you know, you need a little more cushion to carry stuff, right? So he said, Why don't you put your izhar also take out your lower garment, and put it on top of your your shoulders also and carry it that way. And so of course, when someone why would someone do something like that? Why would you take your song he saw and then you put it on your site, your shoulder? And then if you

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do so what's gonna happen?

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You're gonna be big, because that's what you did to cover a lot of, but why would I buss? suggest such a thing. why would why would he? Why would he said yes. If such a thing.

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Maybe he was young. He was during this time he was already teenager, usually teenagers already don't know. Go around. Right? Why?

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Yeah, to protect the shoulders. But it doesn't make sense. Right? Why would you do you? Why would you take that? Maybe they used to go through a cover like Yes, very good because they were used to nudity to them. Nudity became normal.

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Do you understand nudity to do them became normal. There was not something that was strange. It got to the point where, of course by default, people are very shy.

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But then, as soon as you tear down that shyness, people get used to it. Like even in America. Did you know that in America, people who used women and like in the old days, when they used to go to the beaches? Their bikinis.

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That's why their bikinis are better than some of the muscular age athletes.

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Yeah, like 1950s. Right? If you look at just some of the old footages of a woman in the United States of America, going to the beaches, you know, some other some sisters, they might be like, oh, I want to go to the beach, or I want to go to this

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Swimming Pool what I wear a bicycle. So employee like it was all women, sometimes, what do I wear, some of the things that they used to wear before with the first of all was very baggy,

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very baggy, and that cover themselves and they cover their hair always, they used to always cover their hair no matter what even they would, you know, if they didn't have anything on their heads, it was very, very inappropriate. And it wasn't just for the woman, also, for the men.

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If you you look at footage of the old days, you know how sometimes in Muslim countries, you feel uncomfortable going out without coffee or without, you know, in some Arab countries without the withdrawal, or Shima. In in the United States of America, if you look at orphanages of New York, Chicago, or London, even, you'll see that not a single person walking in the streets,

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except that he has a hat.

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Not a single person, except that he has a hat on.

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Like it was very inappropriate, even for men. And, and they were, you know, they were, they were of course, nice, nice clothing, but it wasn't flashy.

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Right? It wasn't flashy, it was to cover themselves and cover their shyness. And they did a little bit shyness, even in the West. And so if you're if you're curious about it, look at some of the oldest videos of London, New York, Chicago, you'll see some of these videos, when video recording first started. And you would think you would look at it and say subhanallah these people are dressed better than Muslims and Muslim countries.

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And many of these many of these videos, you will see, especially before you know when the you still had cars and carriages on the same road, in the old days, and so but when people start seeing something, they become desensitized. When you see something very often, at the beginning, you might feel that it gets inappropriate. But if you see it very often, and you become desensitized, and that's why it's not good to put yourself in a place where sin is being committed. And that's not good to be in such places. It's not good to expose yourself to such things often and frequently. Why? Because you become desensitized and it becomes normal. So one of the things that was normal in

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Arabia, in Metka was nudity. Like it was normal. So that's why Allah says why don't you just take this and put on your hair, and we put it on your shoulders, to protect your protector from that. And of course, when the Prophet salallahu if someone did that, right? We're in there, my father Lika, Safaricom, actually. And

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after he did it, he, as soon as he started, he fell down and he fainted.

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He fainted. Why the Prophet said, because ALLAH SubhanA, Allah protected his prophet from walking around naked.

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Because he would have been naked if you would have done that. And it was acceptable in that society at that time, because people used to wake up make the offer on the cat, but imagine one of the most sacred things you can do. How did they end up going doing doing that naked?

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How?

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How did the shaitan do such says I said, What is the corruption of people, the corruption of the leaders and those who will make want to make money? How did they use the why did they use what did they used to do? The people of Makkah used to say that, you know, you're coming to Mecca, you cannot, you're doing something that's very, very sacred, which is making the walk around the Kaaba, how could you make the walk around the camera which is so sacred with the same clothing that you commit sin with?

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Right How could you do such things you can make sense with those those colored clothing you want to be forgiven for? You have to wear new clothing. And you know what, we'll provide you here and it's very expensive, only the rich people could afford it.

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So they make things up. They say okay, if you How could you make and uh you know, logically for some people, they might say, Yeah, that makes sense. Right. That makes sense right? You have to wear no clothing. And of course, what did this word it is of course, you know, like, you know, of course they would say, you know, they they would say stuff like, Well you know, when you have specific clothing and as Muslims of course you have to understand also we have a haram right. But what is it haram to us,

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haram to us, is it new clothing?

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Yeah, Haram is just conditions for certain types of clothing only,

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if you understand so let's

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Say for example, you just can't have clothing that wraps around your wraps around you, meaning were as simple as possible, as simple as possible. And that's why a towel now is generally used. But if you were to let's say you're on the plane,

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and you don't have an airlock, you have a jacket, or coat or jacket, can I use my jacket as the upper garment?

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I can.

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If I do, too, if i As long as I don't put my hands inside the sleeve, and as long as I don't zip it up. That means I'm just wrapping something around me. And the stitches doesn't mean anything. There is no it's the fact that you, you wrap yourself in the simplest clothing that's possible. And it's not something that's extravagant or, or something that's expensive. Usually it's very, very, very cheap. In fact, somewhat one of the most simple things. So in Ninja Helia, they used to say how could you do that? How could you make the walk around the Kaaba? So there's some people who said, Well, how much are you selling that for? But we're selling this one? This clothing you want new

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clothing? For? You know, for Taiwan, we have special special clothing for the world for you. How much is it? It's 1000 1000 would be not.

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Let's say $1,000 $1,000. I spent all my money coming here. I can't afford to buy $1,000 with you another one. That's the rich people can say what am I supposed to do?

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They go with makeup they walk around naked and that's the only thing you have. You have no option except to go around naked so they make up stuff. So people start making the walk around the cabin naked. And because you see this so often you see nudity so often it shoots to the handle nudity in front of the camera.

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It became so common that the people became desensitized that nudity became a normal thing.

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And so it wouldn't make sense. And I buses just take that off. Everyone's walking around the cabin naked. Is it like it's normal? It's normal. And that's why I mentioned this like a woman now they were they're not wearing anything. Right? They go around don't wear anything and they feel you know, because if you go to some countries like like, like France, you try to cover yourself up, cover your face. You get a fine, you go topless, it's okay.

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You the logic

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in the name of freedom you had

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Yeah, the nude beaches and so forth. And you don't some beaches, you don't need new beaches in Europe. Some of them are no beaches.

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And actually, all these beaches are nude beaches. Islamically there are nude beaches. There's no side, they're not really covering themselves. They're just pretending to cover themselves. There's nothing left.

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There's nothing left to the imagination at all whatsoever. There's nothing left. You're covering yourself. They're not they're not covering themselves.

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Right. So now because you become desensitized. And so if somebody were to walk in the mall with a, you know, like, like, what bikini or bikini? People always Oh, that's not that's not right.

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Why is it right in, in the, in the beach, and not okay over here. Like, what's, where's it's not it's not appropriate, as Muslims of course Islamically

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all of that, of course, when it comes to covering ourselves, it's not just about covering yourself also.

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If it's too thin, if it's too thin or too thin, if it shows if your figure then it's like you're not wearing and this is what the Prophet sallallahu he actually told us about this. He said sin funnyman. Linari sinfonie and min arenaria lamb Arahama

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sinful and even early now

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lamb Ara there are two groups of people of the people in the Hellfire that I haven't seen yet

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I haven't seen them yet.

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Meaning that this this these two groups of people were not present during the time of the Prophet sallallahu

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he said number one he said reach out on motorhome

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the JAL min ma home car don't get as an avid Bukhara they have whips like the tails of cows cattle.

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The other Ivana behind as they go around whipping people hitting people.

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What's What is this? This call as I mentioned, this is yes this is called this is not known I won. I won a llama is the police officers that are

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Helping the leader, the corrupt leaders.

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The police officers are helping the corrupt institutions, the corrupt leaders, the corrupt governments. And there they are, what do they call them abusing their power? They're abusing their power and harm. And of course, we see that right now. Like in Muslim countries, and even in non Muslim countries, we already know about what's going on, right? abusing their powers going round abusing their powers. They said, You know, this is something that I haven't seen before. Because in the old days, if you were working for the government, you are always helping people. And that was also before, like, you know, even the United States, you always have Officer Friendly, right. And

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that's not Officer Friendly. And

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we they used to tell us, no, these police officers were Officer Friendly, they would come to our schools and so forth. And I don't know what they do anymore. Because if they did, I don't know. Do they still run schools and

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police?

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Yes. Yes. Very trained. And also the, the training is a little bit different. Now, what we're harsh course, why because there's also more corruption. There's also aggression from both sides violence. So widespread violence

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between the government and the governor, cover that those who are the governors, meaning those who are governed and the people who are

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of the government. That's can that's one of the signs of the Day of Judgment, also when you see that, and then he said, Lisa on ARIA to and Cassie at Nissan, Marriott and Cassie, he said women who are naked but they're dressed. What does it mean this naked within a dress? That means they say that their dress? If you ask but they're actually technically they're not really dressed, there's nothing there. I'm not covering anything. And even the Prophet sallallahu also mentioned about Muslim, Muslim woman ARIA to encarsia. They are a woman who will come to the masjid area to encarsia

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Yeah, and they will be brought forth on how would they come? The Prophet sallallahu sallam said they will come to the mosque to the doors of the massages they will be dropped off at the doors of the massages. Allah solution. Koshiba has Rehan

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Allah salud que ashba are really hard you know what that means? What is what what is what are salute salute are saddles, saddles, that are like saddles, or like your steeds

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saddles, they will come in saddles, they're sitting in saddles.

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What are saddles? What's the if you tell if you if no one if someone has never seen a car in their life ever before? And they've only the only thing they've seen are camels, horses? And that's all they've seen in their lives? How are you how would you describe a car to them? What's the best description

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it's just the saddle with no horse isn't it is Adam with no horse is just seats that are moving. The only seats that are moving saddles, just like their saddles, but just like how you ride on your seats, and then your camels and so forth, and they will come forth and they will drop off their woman in front of the doors of the massage huts. And they will be arias and gas yachts. And these women will be idea don't cast yet. They will be naked. They will be dressed but they will be naked. Allah knows best Allah knows best out this is gonna be but there are some women who come to the massages. They have they say that this is a job.

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They say this is a job but it's not a job. It's not appropriate

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growth in the most. I mean, it's I've seen also I've seen I've seen some some countries I've been to not going to mention which country

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but

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I was in the masjid in this particular country. And this was like

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hamdulillah actually this country improved a lot since then. And so I went I was in the masjid. It was time for us to pray. So I went to the masjid.

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And I saw a couple of women coming in.

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And they were in miniskirts.

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They were in miniskirts.

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And these were the good woman by the way.

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These were the best of them in that area. They had many they had many skirts. They had mini skirts, but talking about like, you know long skirts, no mini skirts.

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So they came in and then they came to the back of the masjid. And we're like Subhan Allah. How can somebody come to the masjid like that?

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And then in the back of the massage, it's there.

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have prayer garments for everyone to use? Who don't who are not dressed properly? Of course they have to dress properly when they're praying, right? Those are the use of the righteous men.

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But outside they had they had they're literally miniskirts. I'm not even joking.

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Yeah, so they do a normal color for them, then come to the masjid. And they didn't bring their own. No, no, they don't.

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So I see in the back, right? There's a whole bunch of them. And of course, this is usually like, you know, universal fit or something like that. They have those, the white ones usually a just put it on, and then just pull up the skirt. And they're, you know, and they're covered properly. And then they come and pray when they finish immediately finish. And

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then you see him walking out with the miniskirts again.

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Because they know the ruling, right? You can think of it properly when you're praying, right? So I've seen this with my very own eyes, there are some massages, in some countries are like that they the practicing woman,

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the dress is not normal, and you know the people will have a job. The strange thing is that

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the only people who wear a proper hijab

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are children going to school. It's a Muslim country. When they get to the age of puberty, they are not allowed to wear together anymore, or they don't wear hijab anymore.

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They weren't normal, but it's kids, Oh, cute little kids walking around with proper hijab with only when their children when they grow older, the university Southern University.

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And of course, not all of them, some of them wear proper hijab. But this is, and this is a while back actually.

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When I say while back, it's in my 1020 years ago, you know. And so this is a one in one particular Muslim country that I saw with my very own eyes. And also in our, you know, in America and other places now.

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And

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unfortunately, I never thought

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I never thought that

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Mecca and Medina would have such scenes

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that you would see such scenes in Mecca and Medina

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until recently

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and never would never thought that a woman would come to the masjid

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and say that she's not properly dressed. And she can't pray. But then she needs to change your clothing just to pray in Mecca and Medina until recently, until now, and it's headed towards that way and more than that. And may Allah Subhana Allah protect us all. But what I'm mentioning here, what I'm mentioning here is

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nudity became very, very prevalent. Why? Because you see it very often in even the United States. We didn't know this nudity begin

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the advent of television.

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With the advent of television, people will start seeing this and seeing that.

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They start seeing and they get desensitized. And it becomes normal when you see these things. And so during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, one of the things that was normal was nudity, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And in this particular this particular narration that has,

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has come to us

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this, the stories, of course, I've mentioned are mentioned in the books of Sierra, some of them with chain, authentic chain, some of them without a chain at all whatsoever. And so

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there was also another incident, so this was an incident. So the Prophet saw that sort of

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fell. So he was about to do what his uncle told him.

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And because he did that, he was about to he fainted.

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He fainted. Why? Because Allah Subhana Allah protected him from these decencies. And so what does that mean? Also one of the in decencies

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is, you know, nudity and nakedness. It's not something that's normal. It's not something that you should get used to. And that's why the prophets of Allah to us. He said, Follow our article

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is to protect you our protect your private part, protect your health.

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And so a companion said, O Messenger of Allah, what if, what if I'm in my house, by myself, there's nobody there.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said follow Allah Subhan has more right for you understand?

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It Allah has more right for for you to for you to be shy from now

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And that's the minimum, that is more right for you to be charged from Allah subhanaw taala. So what does that mean? It's not permissible for a Muslim,

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to walk around his house naked, even if he has nobody there. Right? If it's out of necessity, you know, like, for example, you're using the bathroom. If you're taking a shower, you and you lock the door ready, but it's not appropriate. It's not good for a Muslim to get used to walking around naked, even in his own house, even if there's nobody in his house with him. And so that's why

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a lot of analysts are protected his Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam up from when he was a very young age, in remember, this was a time in which the prophets of Allah and he was help helping build the Kaaba. And another occasion, on another occasion, as half mentions, and also Indonesia. And as I mentioned already admithub syrup Nishan is taken as a summary of syrup NESHAP So, one one day, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he was

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he was playing with

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he was playing with, you know, all the youngsters, you know, like little kids are playing around in Mecca. See, these are the youngsters in Mecca. What kind of young when young people aged out and about them if you're allowed to be here and man. So you know, as kids they used to play, you know, you have one of the things that children like to play is what they like to make castles. They like to make houses, and they like to make, you know, like fortresses and things like that. So of course, you find rocks and things like that, and you're making it and he's playing. So the Prophet sallallahu was with some of the youngsters, and

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with Alec, and they were kind of sorry, Daniela Guma, at Robbie Hillman college. So he used to play with the young, young young children of Quraysh that were his age. And Father is out of Agia Allah Allah Raha Talea milliliter jar. So and after that he, he took

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he, he was going to

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take his arm and put it on his shoulders, which would cause him of course to expose himself. And when that when that happened, somebody something that he wasn't able to see came and struck him

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and made him struck him and, and said he held, held him back, held it back and said should Dalek is so he heard. He said no.

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Make sure you hold or are tightening.

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Make sure you tighten, tighten your visa, tighten your visa. And

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and so this was when he was very very young. So some of the scholars of course I mentioned in some of those have mentioned that this is Allah Subhan protecting the angels or they're protecting the Prophet Silver Linings as a boy from when he was a very young age from it just even exposing himself exposing himself even though it was normal. It was something that was normal. And in some countries, it's still known. Right in some countries, youngsters still walk around naked. Still walk around naked. Any United States though.

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You're a young kid, you can't walk around naked.

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Right? If you're an adult, go ahead.

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If you're an adult, go ahead. Right. Am I right? Every little kid goes around naked. No, no. An adult goes around naked. Oh, it's okay. In fact, hundreds of adults and it's ours going around naked. Anybody know what, in Seattle when that happens? You heard about it. I tell you a story. Tell you a story of a brother.

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A brother came. A brother came and he was in, you know, a lot of a lot of Arabs. They come to actually they come to Seattle for medical treatment, whether they have cancer, especially as we have one of the most advanced cancer centers in the world. Right. And so and so some people have, you know, yes, one of the most advanced cancer centers in the world, right. And so,

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an elderly man, he was sick. And so he, his family brought him to see

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family brought him to Seattle. And

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so this man, the man is in bed

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and his children, his son, the you know, they're they're watching him. They're taking care of him. They're there with him. He looks outside. Right He looks outside.

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He goes in

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Hello, Roger stuff.

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What's going on here? Right? And then

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and so when he says that his his father's curious like, what did you see?

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What did you see? No, father Don't worry about it though. No

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doubt. He said don't know. Don't Don't Don't even try. Look outside. Okay. He says, Now you making him more curious. He says, What did you see? Like what can what can you possibly see outside?

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That that's making him say No, don't? Don't Don't Look, don't look telling me not to look, you're making me more curious, right? Even though he's sick. He's sick. And he's curious, like, What did you say? Just don't don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. Just rest. Just rest.

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Just rest? He says no. He says, What did you see? And so he gets?

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He said, No, No, Father, don't please don't though. He's trying to stop him. But the more you stop someone, the more curious he is like. He's like, wondering what's going on? Right? He goes outside and he looks out the window. He's in la la, who

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literally fell down right. Now, no, I told you not.

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I told your father not to look like that style for Allah. What is this? The kind of society is and and they think that they're covered?

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They think that their dress?

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How can someone be naked

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and be dressed at the same time?

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What did people do? What are these people do?

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Because

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they don't work clothes.

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They don't work clothes. No. They draw clothing.

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On their private area. They're they draw clothing. They draw clothing so that they can last up for law. Right? They paid their bodies. And what are they paint? Usually?

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They paint clothing on their body to say that they're not naked.

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It I didn't Cassia you asked him. Are you close? Is there any person in the right mind? Who will say that they're closed?

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Lawyers, the lawyer

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tell you how

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many years ago in Seattle? They actually that's when they started doing this. This? Yes. Because it's illegal, right? Yes. To walk around naked. It's illegal to do that. Yeah, that's indecent exposure. If anyone goes around naked, you can call the cops on them.

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But hundreds of 1000s of them go around naked they don't get taken

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to court. So the reason I said lawyers, yes, I remember one of them was on the radio. And he said because they put on something that is an art. It's a form of art. And that it's a form of art.

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Okay, so if it's art then you can go around naked. Yeah, yeah.

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Yeah, I didn't know the reason why. But I was curious actually, that's like how can somebody not get a ticket? Did they all have like special license on that day only. So that means if someone goes around paints their body, they walk around naked like can't do anything

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and then

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nobody get in and.

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Celebration

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Yes.

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Yeah. Okay. Is it in the in the spring right, yes.

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Summer on some pay when the summer starts.

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La ilaha illa Allah.

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So, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam just that alone.

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He said he heard something that somebody comes should that is should the allocate Isa, cover yourself up. And so, this is another indication that the prophets of alarm was protected

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or another incident and that has been narrated in the books of Sierra. Another one was

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another incident that occurred was during the time when the prophets of Allah he was a was a shepherd.

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When he was a shepherd, he used to take care of a flock that belonged to one of the one of the

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the elders of the leaders, the rich people of Mecca. And so he told one of the

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young someone else his friend, or or she,

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you know, one of his

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those who are here

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Ah, he said, can you take care of the flat for me today?

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Because, you know, I want I hear that there's a, there's a wedding. And you know, as a youngster you want to go, you want to also

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to attend to see, you know what's going on in the wedding and so forth. But he's, you know, he does have a job to take care of, and he says, can you take care of this for me today?

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And so, he, the Prophet Solomon went in, went back into Mecca. For for the wedding. And for some reason, for some strange reason, he says, and then of course, this usually happens what usually the celebrations they start the weddings, when do they usually start

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at nighttime, right? And nighttime,

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and usually it starts around, you know, like, nighttime, when people are the Shabbat, or the youngsters, they gather with the food and you know, weddings, usually wedding celebrations are, you know, very lively, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he wanted to go, you know, just attend this one particular time. And this particular narration also, of course, there's some scholars who will differ over whether it's authentic or not, but we're mentioning right now, inshallah we mentioned that fact later. So he was, he wanted to go with him, he arrived, he said, he became, he became so sleepy

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that as soon as he arrived, he became so asleep that he fell asleep.

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He fell asleep. And so he wasn't able to attend any of the festivities or anything that they did. He felt like he said, I didn't wake up until actually, the sun hit me. Like the next day, in other words, the next day, so the whole time that everyone is having fun, the Messenger of Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah Azza went, and he fell asleep. So he said, you know, and sometimes some of these weddings are not just one night.

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Right? Some of these weddings are one night, two nights, three nights, right? Different cultures and customs. So he said, you know, next day, I'm gonna do it. You know, we have another chance next tomorrow, right? So he comes again, and same thing happens, the same thing happens. The Prophet Salah

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sleep overtakes him, and he falls asleep. And this is another indication that Allah Subhan protected him so that he wouldn't get involved in any of those. All of those things that are considered you know, sometimes you have you have you had weddings, usually you have the good, the bad and the ugly,

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all together.

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And so Allah Subhana Allah protect them from that. And another thing that we said Allah protect them in terms of his

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protect them from doing anything that's indecent. Allah subhanho wa Taala also protected the prophets of Allah Allah. So from a from the deen from a dean aspect, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So here, Khalifa Rasul Allah and karma home Elmo in Al haram. Allah you know, the full bill hips will hence. So here, the people who are horrible, the people who are in the area of haram, which are the people who lived in Mecca and the surrounding areas, they were called allhyips. And hence, that was there like, you know, the people in that area area, like you like, like you say, people live in Seattle, the Seattle lights are Washingtonians

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even though they might be, you know, different cities or maybe, you know, people who are from,

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you know, from certain areas of the country. You might have someone from Massachusetts, from Maine from and so those areas, whether they call them

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England,

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New England, and so the people of Makkah and the surrounding tribes around Mecca, the air though that those who lived in the vicinity of the Haram,

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they were called Al hymns. So these, they took pride in being close to the Kaaba. They were from a place that's very sacred, even though they might not be exactly from Mecca. But if they're from Mecca or the surrounding areas, they were called allhyips. Is Ghana. You feel do my NAS

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men are of Athena Khaled times the field woman was deliever.

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And so the people hymns,

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they did not because they consider themselves the people of Mecca, and herb, the people of the sacred land. So they when it became time when it came time for Hajj, it's one of the most important rituals of Hajj is what Allah will move below the Arafah that you stay in RFR so the prophets Allah Allah is even said Al hydrographer

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So, of course, the border of a Masjid Al haram, meaning the border of the sacred areas of Mecca, is right in the Valley. It's the valley. I don't know if you go to Mecca or you go to make Hutch.

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There's a valley

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that separates that that's the border of Mecca, or the Haram area and outside of it. And so if you're making hij, you can't stay inside. You have to be in Ottawa. And so you'll see these botley signs and say this is inside Ottawa, this outside Ottawa because if you miss the standing and modify your hydro is not valid. It's not valid. So the people in Jaya Helia one of their bid One of the innovations based on their own reasoning, they said that we are the people of hems mayhem Smith, we are hems we are the people of Mecca. We are the people of the sacred sanctuary. We shouldn't have to leave it

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even during heights, why should we have to leave it

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so when the people are making hides one of the one of the one of the things that the people of Mecca did not do. And if they consider themselves the people that habitants of this area, then they don't go, they don't go outside of that. They don't go outside to verify. So they would not go to Ottawa. So everyone else if you don't live in this area, you're a foreigner, you're coming to make Hajj and you're from Medina, then you have to go out of if you can make Hajj and you're from an edge, you have to go out of that. If you're gonna make Hajj you're from Yemen, you have to go out for us, we don't need to go out, the furthest they go, is most deliver.

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So they stayed in must deliver. And from there they go back to Mina. So they don't go all the way to, to Arafah. And that's the people during the time of the Prophet Elias and but the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He used to stand he used to go to to Arafah.

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And people would say, Hey, why is what's he doing here?

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What's he doing? He's from El hemps. He is from the people of Mecca. What he did was he standing here, and they will also notice it. Why? Because he's very famous, in terms of he was very well known. Like he would stand there. And he would do this. And

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of course,

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even debatable in America.

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He used to say, he used to say, he used to be he used to be surprised. So why would you do such a thing? Why do you need to do that?

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Why that? He said, in fact, later on, he said, he said it wasn't until after I became a Muslim than I realized that the Prophet salallahu was protected. And he was dead. He was doing the right thing that we were, were the people didn't even

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like we would assume that because they they made special rulings for themselves, saying that they were special. We shouldn't have to leave Mecca. Yeah, we're special. We shouldn't.

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We're special. We shouldn't have to do it. And you know what? There are some people who are who are still who still do this, like, Oh, not this exact act. But when they it's probably for ease and anything else. So when they go to when they go to when they make hydrogen some people from Mecca, because Mecca so close, they just go home, instead of staying in me in MENA

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since the minute they might stay in mania for a few hours. And then when the sun when you nighttime, right, they think it's only maybe demeanor, it's only at nighttime.

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They believe so some of them they just stay few hours, then they go home, because they're from Mecca. Just like you know from Mecca, we don't need to go to Mina we just go for a few hours come back. Right? And so, of course they're able to write because that's their, you know, they have homes, and they don't have to stay in hotels and so forth. But it's not Islamically you're unless it's out of necessity, you have a reason for a strong reason for it. No, you should be with the pilgrims, even if you're the people Mecca. So during the time of the Prophet sallallahu, wasallam debatably more time he used to be surprised. Why is the Prophet sallallahu was there? Why is he Why

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is he with other people? Right? Why is it with other people? And so that's why Allah Subhana Allah says, some field Omen hi to Atharva NAS, Allah Subhana Allah reveals and one of the rituals of Hajj and he says through my field will mean hi to our NAS and then after that, you come out of it, where were the people also the other people would come on so in other words, you don't just stay in must deliver No, you go to mean RFI just like every

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When else also so Allah Subhana Allah, Allah Subhana Allah Allah is telling the people who think that they're from Mecca they don't need to go to Ottawa. No no you Summerfield woman either a farmer nurse, go come out of Mecca of Modelica Amina and come to come from

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you know if our from from Ottawa not from most Delhi for only when you're going back to Mina and you're going back to Mecca to make the offer the father that the wolf of Hajj. So where do you come from the pilgrims, they leave Arafa then they go to Metallica, and then they go stoning and beta. Then they go to Mecca for tawaf, the people of Makkah before there is a time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and before they used to come only from Muslim, Rita and then it would make a follow up, they would make the off after that. So Allah is telling them some I think a lot of men Hazel fry nests and out of that. So come out together and score together and just like the other

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people do.

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Also, there was another incident. So a lots of have protected them, and even the bid that they used to do and how much the Prophet Salam did not agree with him, that he Allah Subhana Allah, protect us as a prophet and made him whenever they would make hygiene of course he used to make highs before Islam. And of course the only highs that he made after Islam is the last pilgrimage that he made before the year before that he behaved for he passed away.

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Even as half he narrated also

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before that we get to there's a la moment very happy he narrates and from Hadith and Mosaic from from Zeta and a hadith that

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they even had a friend who was dating Heidi

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Zaytoven a hottie?

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Yes, he was, of course he was. At the beginning, he was the adopted son of the Prophet, something like seven to adoption was

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nullified in Islam. So he, of course was living with the prophets, Allah virus, him, along with our liberty without him. These two grew up in the household of the prophets of Allah as in May they live with the prophets of Allah Himself. So, they do not hide itself course. It was because he was a slave. And he was given to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Messenger of Allah Sutherland freed him. And then he after he freed him, he made it him he made him with his adopted son. And then I live with the Father. He lives with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also, when the messenger of Allah son got married,

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and the reason is because the Prophet sallallahu wasallam became as a as a result of his marriage to Dejah. Someone who was considered wealthy right? So because she was extremely wealthy, so now he was trying to help his uncle. And so that's why he took care of it may be valid to lessen the burden for him, at least you know, you take care of somebody or take care of them one hour. And this was of course the other person who was Allah Allah bass. Allah Bassman says uncle who also had money who was also wealthy. The one that was poor was

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his uncle Abu Dhabi. And so after the Prophet sallallaahu movement got married, his uncle, his uncle Abu Talib

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came or his uncle says, you know, now that you have a little bit of wealth, let's let's help us burden let's help let's let's help, you know, your, your uncle,

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your uncle with you know, by lessening some of his burden. So why don't we take you know someone so that he doesn't have he has one month, one less mal defeat. And so Abbas Abbas ibn Abdullah mipela He took anybody know?

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Jaffa they've never thought a very good mashallah, may Allah increase your knowledge. So Jaffa MDB father, went to live with Allah Abbas. And then the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, he took a leave me be invalid. So I leave me with all that grew up in the household of the prophets of the lies. And even if you thought it took care of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam as if it was his own son,

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even though it's his cousin, yes, but he was much younger. So he took care of him because he has more money just to lessen the burden upon Abu Talib. And so, Isaiah is one of the one of those who lived in the household of the Prophet sallallahu after the Prophet SAW and got married, of course was they have no Hadith so he's narrating this he says, another sort of Allah is Allah Allah Allah some must LMS Hanuman

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he never Estelle Amma those days they you know

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When you make a walk around the caliber,

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they for us as Muslims, we kissed the Blackstone, if you can't kiss the Blackstone, you touch it. And if you can't touch it, they just wave at it. Right? And those are the that's the place that you, you kiss. And some of them, of course, India Helia they had different stones, they didn't just have the black stone, they had different

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different idols. And they were two idols. They were two idols.

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One was robbed Near money, the Yemeni corner and the other one was where the Blackstone was, or close to close to the door and the Kaaba, you know, cross from the Zamzar in that particular area. And people used to touch these two stones also.

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These two stones, and these two stones were these two statues. These two statues were statues up.

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They were statues of Isa, and Nebula. These are two people, India Helia, during the time of Durham, they did something that was unimaginable. And it was said that they were turned to stone.

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What did they do? ISAF was a man, not a law was a woman. They were lovebirds. They loved each other, but their parents because of because of

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because of tribal reasons. You know, tribal reasons. Like you know, you can't marry someone from the tribe.

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You can't move around the tribe. And so they lost, you know, they pretty much lost hope that they weren't going to get married. So in Mecca, how do you like Subhanallah that the crazy thing is now it's up there, some of this some of these things are coming back.

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The thing is, what are the what do you meet? How do you meet someone?

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How do you meet someone? What's a very, very convenient place to meet. Especially if you live some different, it's to make hoche. When you make highs, you come and you meet each other. And you're able to meet even if you're from different tribes. You know, hey, you agree, you make ICC and make ICC we'll meet. We'll meet in Mecca. So what did they meet? They met in the car but in the old days, the carpet had its doors and it was open. Right and people used to make the waffle around the Kaaba. And some of them you know, I guess I knew that it was very commonplace, right? And so anyways, whether they were nude or not, Allah subhana knows best. But they found a time they snuck into the

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Kaaba, when people were not looking

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inside the camera. And they committed Zina inside the camera.

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They committed Xena inside the camera. And Allah subhanaw taala turned both of them to stones

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when people heard about it,

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and so what they did was they took these two stones or two, sort of like idols now. They they put one in Safa and one in Marwan

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one in Sofala not to worship it. No.

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They put it to remind people to respect the sanctity of the Kaaba. Don't you ever think about doing something like that? Like this look at these people. So when people make a while and when they do say, Saturday night, and they were at Sephora tomorrow, and they put the stuff to remind the people just to remind people, they tell them the worship, no, just to remind you, and then I do worshiping became prevalent. And so I'm gonna ignore her. I'm gonna ignore the hate. Who's the idol? He's the first person to bring idol worshipping into the cat into Mecca. His name was the idol that was first brought with him it was good couple was a call.

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The remember

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was the name of the first item that was brought in to Mecca

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to be worshipped hooba hooba was brought in from your Hashem right and so he brought the idol in and I'm gonna know Hey, Jose also brought instead of putting a Serafina ala in the between suffered Marwa, there's two areas where you touch as Muslims we touched a Blackstone and we also touched a rock and Leah money

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that's the other the Yemeni corner and also and

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Nana look looking at your money. I've gotten a shot. So the other the other quarter that rookie Shani Sham is the one that we're the cafes or the Blackstone right and so north and south the opposite direction and then the Yemeni corner is also the other so he put the put a surfer na ala he brought the two in. He brought them he brought them from Sephora and Marwan and put them there. And then people started when all these idols started to increase

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People forgot why it was here because they're worshipping idols anyways. So, they started worshipping these two idols also

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like to kind of look at the look at look at the bid, this is such an extreme, like,

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like these two were examples,

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examples for people to try to

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be reminded of the sanctity of the Kaaba, that you don't commit sins especially around this area.

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And they became,

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people started touching them also for Baraka

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touching these two idols, and they forgot, right? So what why did they put them therefore it's like Baraka with what? Baraka with people committees in the thick.

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Like, right?

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And this is according to their own tradition. Do you understand? This is according to their own tradition. So they committed bit upon bit in their own tradition.

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And the, the sheer became so they forgot they forgot so much that they forgot that these two items were actually people who committed Zina. And so they started worshipping them also, and they started slaughtering them there. So the Prophet son lives and one time he made around the Kaaba, and he whenever he would make a rattle off around the Kaaba, he never touched him. In fact, Zaidan a hadith I said, and I touch these guys, these stones.

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And he saw me the prophets of allah sallallahu saw me, right, and this is before revelation.

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Right before revelation. He saw me he said, Don't ever do that again.

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So don't ever do that again. So the Prophet Salam prohibited

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Zaidan Hadith from touching these idols and he himself of course never did such a thing and of course the donning tawaf they don't hide if I was doing what he was just doing whatever a few other people did. There's no no room no reason he sat nav ala they're gonna be touching them. They used to touch a soffit not like

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these were and of course

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any, any aspect of Jaya Helia of idol worship. Allah subhanho wa Taala protected the prophets of Allah and evidence have also narrated in the story but hero which we spoke about in previous sessions, in the Mohalla viability Well, you know, one of the

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MCC, he swore by a lot when was he swore by a lot. When was when you know, there are two most respected idols. And he the only did that because that's what the whole race used to say, you know, they used to say, Bill AbilityOne was, and you know, he said, he asked, but I asked you by bilat and Rosa in the prophets of Allah Allahu wa sallam. He said, Let us only be Latina it was shy, so don't don't don't ask me by Latinos. Don't ask me anything, said by Allah. I hate them.

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I hate them more than anything. Like I hate these two idols Latin Rosa, more than anything and this is before also.

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Of course, this is when the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, you know, he went he went on his trip to Russia, as a young boy, and the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also, the met the people of Mecca, they used to go out to a

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statue called The Juana one and the whorish used to go there.

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Under you know, they have their Aedes and so they would go there and visit sort of like their ritual visit. It wasn't part of Mecca. But you know, they have many idols idol worship and became prevalent and became normal. And these are one of the things that they used to go go do and the prophets Allah Allah Allah HERSA

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when you know everybody went from bundle Hashem the family members you know, like eat right and eat you go they have different rituals that you do like some Muslims some what's the what's the ritual? They're either some Muslims do that's actually not the sudden they visit the grave? In many Muslim countries. They are let's go visit our parents graves. And they only do that so it's not it's not haram to visit your grave, the grave of

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your parents or anyone anyone else. Right but to make that an aid is not permissible.

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The prophets of Allah azza wa jal agree, reader, don't make my don't make my

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grave as an IED. What is the need?

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In the Arabic language, the word eat comes from the word idea who do to come back. So it means it's a ritual thing that you do on a particular time, a particular time or during particular occasion.

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Do you understand so the prophets have said do not make my grave

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As an E, don't make the visiting of mine grave based on the particular occasion, time or event.

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That's what it means. So that's why there are some who used to visit the grass that he used to come there during how many mathematic there was a person who used to come he used to like, every time I come to the prophets, Masjid, do you notice them system? So why are you always visit the prophets grave? He said, Well, every time I come to the masjid, you know, I just want to always, you know, It's my habit to do this to visit the prophets grave. Every time I enter the prophets, Masjid,

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to do so before prayer, every time I go a prayer that I'm going to do that. So of course, he was forbidden from doing so why, because the Prophet Salam said, do not make my brother leader, which means that any other grave also should not be made as an aid as a visit, based on occasions, or places and times, or specific time. And so it's okay to visit the grave of your parents or your relatives. But don't make it a specific time only during each time you do so. And we should call it eight. And the problem prohibited use the word II don't make any meaning don't visit during eat, only,

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don't visit during a particular time only. Because some people they do what was my father's birthday, I haven't going to visit his grave. Because it's his birthday. He would have been 95 Today, where he would have been at today and the visit that during that time only, or you visit during specific occasions only like eat time, either up is a fifth. And so some Muslims, they visit their graves, the graves of their relatives only on eat only in need. And if you don't do so,

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what did they say?

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You're disobedient to your parents? Or your disability your your relatives you're disrespectful. How can you not visit the grave as eat?

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How could you not visit the grave is Eid. And there's some Muslim countries? I don't know. I don't think Somalia just need people to get in Somalia.

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They will wear Fridays, Fridays and visiting Friday.

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Maybe Friday or even Fridays is if it's this specific day when it's not permissible. But in Southeast Asia, like in Malaysia, Vietnam and Cambodia, I think Malaysia and Indonesia.

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A lot of times what is right in Indonesia, they didn't also

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Ramadan to right Ramadan, yes, Ramadan also. So in some occasions, they only do that specific occasions. And that's something that's prohibited to visit your grave is okay to visit a grave anytime you want to do so. But don't specify a specific event, no time period to do so. So they used to go to this statue actually,

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and Santa Monica Juana, and they used to go and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not want to go,

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he did not want to go so under occasion and the occasion of visiting this particular

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sanctuary. He did not go and so his uncle, I will tell it became angry. And also his other uncle's. They were mad at him, like how could you not do that? So they were so they were very, very angry at him. In them, him maybe more power to him or some other moment masses of SNAP ins and one of the narration mentioned, the Prophet did not want to go, but he was forced to go. And one of the narrations mentioned that but that when he went he a man dressed in all white he a tall man came and for some reason just stopped him from touching these any of these idols prevented him alone. Hello, Adam, maybe you know Gibreel or and then the angel came and said no, no, don't touch don't touch

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these, these idols. And in another in another narration, which seems to be like it's actually the stronger the two narrations and Iman, I'll be happy narrates that these two angels prevented him from even going. So he didn't even go to join them in their rituals. So this was a way of Allah subhana protecting him from participating in any of the shift events. So unfortunately, as Muslims nowadays, especially today tonight is right now what do you call it?

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It's a big night tonight, Christmas Eve, with Christmas and so forth and as Muslims as Muslims, we are not allowed to participate.

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We are not allowed to join them in the celebration of things that are shipped related and the holidays that are coming

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Have to tissue can even if the holes are not collected that I think it's best not to you know indulge in those those aspects anyways we have our own eat Adel apart in the fifth and participation in this and these acts is similar to almost similar to approving them of their beliefs also your approval of their beliefs because you're celebrating something that Schick you're celebrating the biggest sin so if someone were to celebrate the killing of an innocent person or if someone were to celebrate something that was atrocious some haram acts you know, like for example celebration and like,

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like, like the, you know, like Halloween or shade pot or anything related to satanic rituals, right if you were to celebrate them and congratulate them and approve of such actions, one of the one of the things that takes a person outside of the state of Islam is a person, not even if even if you say that they're in the wrong, even if you to say that they're also doing what they're doing is also correct and acceptable.

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To say that what, for example, the religion, their religion is also acceptable. When we say La ilaha illAllah. We believe the only religion in the sight of Allah is that that is acceptable as Islam

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to say that Christians have their good

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they will also go to Janna

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Jews, if they're good.

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They also they will also go to gender. Buddhists, if they're kind and good. They've also got agenda for and for a Muslim to believe that

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takes them outside the state of Islam.

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Why? Because if you're a Muslim, if you're a Muslim, and you believe that being a Christian you enter Jannah also, like, why are you muslim? That's a jubilee

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party sad Friday sorry, go party Sunday go to church.

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Friday, Saturday's party, what have you if you think that they're gonna go the agenda also, why are you gonna pray for it by you need to pray fine, it's easier to meet you. It's easy to be Christian Right.

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And that's why as Muslims if to not to believe that they're also in the right, and to approve of their actions and their celebrations, especially that which is the core of their deen

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and core of their beliefs in the core of the ship, the ship, of course, the then that also is something that's not permissible. And he here we see that the Prophet Solomon is protected from any of those rituals,

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any of those rituals, any of those things that are connected to *? Touching of the idols participation in their rituals? Allah subhanaw taala protected him from even when he was very young, to prepare from that which is for that which is coming. So monobrow said Hey, come on a Bermuda barley United immunomodulator Illya what are some of the wisdom behind it and we'll end it with this in sha Allah is enough. He had enough about the need an alumna, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam carnamah soon and amazed you step by him in Orillia. He a couple of the team about one thing that we learned from these incidents is that the prophets of Allah Khalifa was protected from evil

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acts, evil actions, and evil things that they used to do in Jaya Helia. Before revelation and after revelation,

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so before revelation and even after revelation, so that's why we say the actions of the prophets of Allah is sunnah even before revelation Ablon

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because Allah subhanaw taala protected the prophets of Allah, Allah with only Kevin, he may at the later Allah level. And you see Isla Shotzi with that what it was that no one, no one, even afterwards can say, hey, you used to do that.

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You used to do that while you're telling us now we can do it. And now

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yeah, he said, Now you telling him you used to touch these idols, you used to slaughter these idols? You used to do that? Also? No. Can they say that to him? No, they could never say that to him because he never did any of that even when he was young. Even before revelation he was protected from that's proof also, like look, look at this man. He was a young boy even as a young boy he did not join you in your your evil acts. That is proof that this is someone who is a true prophet and messenger of God, that Allah protected him from when he was very young. It's not something that he just came right now it's a deen of Allah.

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From Allah Subhana Allah Allah alone, that Allah protected him even when he was young, so it doesn't affect his Dawa later on because you know how some people sometimes

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Share sometimes you know he has some good mashallah you know, some some of the brothers,

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you know that they go study and they might show they become very good. And then when them when they're young again when they're younger, like, hey you I know what you used to do

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you know you when you were like middle school high school you used to do this, and that you don't like now you're telling us not to do it?

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I know you.

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Well, you try and come away. Well, you tried to say wait, I know you're right. You could never say that to the Prophet, because he never participated. And anything that was inappropriate, even before revelation,

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even before revelation. And so this is one of the, if not, not even religious, not even

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connected to religion, but also even his personality. And also in him in a modern Mustang with Andalite Allah tadley be 100 of the nests. And of course, we mentioned already, that one another thing that we learned is, it's not appropriate to go around naked nakedness and nudity is not something that's appropriate at all. We have to cover ourselves properly. Shyness is part of our deen part of iman. And the only time you should you know, is let's say, if it's necessary, because of medical procedures and so forth, then it's okay. That's those are exceptions. But under normal circumstances, you should always protect your aura. And nudity is not something that is acceptable

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in Islam. And in nurse Mottola at ILM and Omarosa Tila, Fallujah, Helia, delete a letter at the at

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a letter here Tila heeta Allah, Allah Who, the Amerindian and Allah subhanho wa Taala also protecting him from doing some of the inappropriate actions and Jedidiah is proof that he is going to be he's preparing him for something very great, which is the Prophet and Messenger ship. And so we ask Allah Subhana Allah

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it's actually a shotgun but we have learned we're going to pray each at 630 Inshallah, as know as the normal time that we usually pray. So we ask Allah subhanaw taala to accept from us and give us the best of this world and the hereafter will continue again tomorrow on the Hadith of the 40 Hadith of a man we know in sha Allah we are still speaking about the hadith of Gibreel hadith of GBS. I will continue again after maghrib again tomorrow on Sharla with that, and the CRO again

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will continue next week and show next Saturday after Subhanallah Holy Cow