Seerah 4 – The Character of the prophet

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AI: Summary © The importance of maintaining a close relationship with one another during the pandemic is emphasized, along with the success of the Islam operation and the reputation of Prophet sallavi alayhi wa sallam. The importance of trustworthiness in businesses and avoiding warships and the use of bait and fish in fishing is also emphasized. The success of the Islam operation and the importance of remembering our past and future is also emphasized, along with the need for a safe environment for women to live their lives and the work to ensure employees are safe and healthy. The financial statement is also provided, and the reconciliation of earnings information is requested.
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shallow. Today we will be speaking mainly about the marriage of the Prophet salallahu, alayhi wasallam with Hadiya. But we have a few things that we didn't finish up yet, from the last time which was held a photo helpful for those as you. You can remember from last time, it was when the merchant from the Zubeidi tribe came, and a group of some of the clans in Makkah, they agreed upon helping everyone in anyone who was oppressed in Mecca, if they were oppressed, they would not allow oppression in Mecca to happen. And of course, this was done for mainly for

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tribal reasons. But at the same time, also, India Helia, they did have, they did have principles, and they did. They just like with any society, you praise, there are some people who are who stand up for justice. And there's there are people who are always on the side of justice, and helping those who are oppressed and all those who are in need. Like even in the United States of America, you have a wide spectrum of people, there are some people who don't care about any of these social

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initiatives, helping the needy, helping the poor. And there are some people who are very active, others who are very active, whether they, whether they follow your religion or not, whether they follow or they you know, they have the same race and so forth. They will help all of those who are oppressed and there's different types of people. So in Jamelia, there were some of course, this is the fitrah, the fitrah is what the Phaedra is a natural disposition, the Phaedra is always to help those who are in need.

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Allah Subhana Allah created us as creations of his creations, who those who are raised properly, and they are not changed by you know, whatever,

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influenced by whatever bad people they may be around and so forth. Naturally, people who people are inclined to help those who are in need, people are inclined to help those who need and so Helfand photo was an agreement that the Prophet sallallahu it was a witness. And he was a part of meaning he was a part of that consultation. And I mentioned that this is an indication that the prophets of Allah and England Salah was very respected in his opinion, was sought after because of his wisdom. And of course, he was wise beyond his years, he this is when he was very, very young. And the Prophet son Elias and I said, he said, I would not have traded this for homerun knife, meaning

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these, the most precious wealth that they had in those days are countless, like a herd of camels, I wouldn't even trade that in, you know, give me 100 camels and then I wouldn't have trade the up that opportunity to be to be there to be a witness to that to be a part of that. And even right now, if something like that were to occur in Islam, I would have agreed to it, I would have agreed to it. And so

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one of the one of those, that one of the first people to actually to call people, when remember when this man

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this man stands up, and he reciting lines of poetry, and he's putting down the parish, in other words for not helping him and helping those who are oppressed and helping those who are strangers in their land. The first person who stood up was Zubaydah, not

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As much

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as Zubayr IGNOU Abdullah mattala, he said, Ali Haider

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Ali Heather motoric. He says, Are we going to leave this person we're going to abandon this person. So he initiated and after that, of course, the whorish amongst the Quraysh banjos, O'Hara manual team, and of course, they bundle Hashem. They got together in the house of Dylan Mujahidin, and they agreed to help this man. And so this was, this was a big thing, actually, India hadiah. And it was actually a good very, very Mo, you know, even though all of Quraysh did not agree to it. Because there are some, of course, there's some tribes who don't care. Like I said, in Mecca, what did you have? Mecca, you had different tribes, you didn't have one leader. You didn't have one leader, you

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had different clans. They're all part of the operation for a few times. But each oroshi have, they have their Protune, or they have their clans, their sub clans, and so forth, and families. And so some families are rivals, or rivals to each other. And of course, they're always competing with each other. And so if somebody starts something, even if it's good, the other person doesn't like it, because he didn't start it, he might not get the credit for it. And otherwise, this is something that everyone should get involved in, right. Everyone should get involved in. But the other in those days, it was all about, it was all about reputation. It was all about reputation. But the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, you know, if I were called to this, then I would have done so and of course, as I mentioned, as well as from what, from the one of the

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uncle's of the prophets of Allah alayhi wa sallam, and it shows that the fifth era

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you know, the family of the prophets of Leung, their, their character, that they not the prophets of Allah Himself, and the family of the messenger of allah sallallahu wasallam, the children of Abdullah Abdullah McDonough, they were known for their kindness. And they were known for helping the poor and the needy. They were known to help, of course, they would take they would take care of the pilgrims.

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The general they were very generous. And this was a family that was very well known. In fact, it was the probably the most famous family and all of Arabia, because it was, of course, been to Hashem, the children of Abdulmutallab. And he was, of course considered legendary. And so the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he grew up and he was an orphan. He grew up and he was an orphan.

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He could have married anyone in Mecca, nobody would have said no to him, because he was the most generous. He was the most kind. He was the most well mannered.

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He was shy. And of course, shyness is part of Eman, part of faith. And everybody knew he was ALEMI. He was the trustworthy one. And of course,

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the people of Makkah men and women alike. They knew the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. They knew his character. They knew his lineage. They knew the kind of person that he was. And so, Khadija Khadija was a very, very wealthy merchant. In fact, she was the most wealthy of all the women in in Makkah, and most more was much more wealthy than many of the men in Makkah. She was extremely wealthy. And a lot of them were a lot of men.

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You know, they aspired they wanted, they wanted to marry. They wanted to marry her. Khadija didn't Whalen, if not, if not, the Lord said no, because I have no Kyla. So, of course, she is from one of the most, as I mentioned, most noble and very, very wise, noble, very wise, intelligent. And, of course, she was also

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mean also courageousness in terms of his the lineage of Khadija de la Anna, it was also very, very well known, very well known. And

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she was also of course, as I mentioned, very wealthy, and she used to, she used to hire other men, you know, in that society. It's very difficult for a woman to travel to do things and so

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herself also as a bit

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This woman, you know, what you want to do is you want to hire people, you don't you want to delegate. Right? So that means you want to delegate and let people let other people take care

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of your business. And that's actually that's the proper way to do it. You want to delegate you don't want to burden yourself, right? If you don't have to, then you should always delegate. And you can get more done when you have more people doing it for you. And in the end, you also get more profit, if you can expand your business even more. And so she was, of course, somebody who was very, very

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rich, and very well known. And she, of course, would have heard the proverb about the Messenger of Allah. And she would know the prophets of Allah knows I'm in terms of how he was how the messenger of allah sallallahu was just like, everybody, everybody knew the prophets of Allah, and knew how truthful he was. And if you are, if you have a lot of money, and you're looking to do business, who do you look for?

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You look for the most trustworthy people. Right? You look for the most trustworthy people, because when it comes down to when it comes to money, it's hard to find people who are trustworthy.

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When it comes to money, some people Subhanallah sometimes you'll see a brother in the masjid,

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right? You see a brother at the masjid all the time. And Alhamdulillah mashallah renewal Quran and everything. But when it comes to money, don't even deal with it.

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don't deal with it. When it comes to money. It's a fitna for him. And everybody has different fitna every time trials and tribulations and that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, In the look in nearly equally omitting vintner, every single Alma has fit

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with internet to Almighty filma

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he said in the fitna of my own the trials of my own lies in the world. So Subhanallah there are so many, there's so many, so many things that

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so many people who you know, experienced this brother is very good, or the sisters mashallah you see her very, very,

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you know, it seems that she's a she's very good and her Dean, but it comes to money.

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They're not trustworthy, or they're not trustworthy. And so sometimes, and sometimes, you start you have somebody, just the regular person, just a normal person. You know, he's not the best in terms of his Deen. But when it comes to money is very trustworthy. He's very trustworthy. And so that's why if you're doing business, you have to look for somebody who's trustworthy. And when it comes to wealth and money in Islam, that's something that's sacred, that you don't take anything from anyone take any wall from anyone except by by the you know, the willingness and also the with their pleasure. In other words, you know, plebe, enough's that means, they want it and that's why we

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you're buying and selling. When you're buying and selling.

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There's a lot of bar, there's Baraka in it. There's Baraka in buying and selling, if you are truthful, if you're truthful, but if you're not truthful, then Allah subhanaw taala destroys that, but the baraka in the buying and selling of that. And that's why the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi, wa sallam, he said, I'll buy your animal here, Mala Miata for Raka. You know, when to people who are buying and selling when they're doing business, and there's a track shop transaction between them. The two parties, the two parties

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are they still have the option, in other words to to initiate the contract or initiate the transaction or not. So I'll buy another car. So you have two people, Marla Miata Farakka, as long as you haven't separated, that means if you've separated, okay, you you've taken your stuff, and you've taken the money. If you're still sitting in this in this gathering, I can still change my mind. Like, you know, okay, yeah, I do want to buy that for $10. Right. And then then you, the other brother says, Okay, I'll sell it for $15 Okay, I agree. $15 that. And then, if you're still sitting in front of him, even though even we've agreed, right?

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You can still change your mind.

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As long as you're still in that gathering that sitting right there, you know, 50 No, no, no. Anyway, like, I don't want 15 I was like, No, you already agreed, brother.

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I know. You said 15. You said yes. Right. And I said I would sell it for 50. No, no, as long as you're still together.

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either, you can change, I can change my mind, I don't know if 15 is too much. I want the teams that nobody will agree 50 No, and now I want 13 You're gonna give it to me or not. So you still have the option to change your mind. As long as you are still there. Right? But Mallamma Tafara, but as long as long as you haven't, you know, separate gun gun and gun your ways already, right? But then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, if they are in

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if they are, whereby, yeah, now, if the both of them if they buying them and they clear, clarify everything, anyway, you're when you're selling something, if there are any faults, you tell the other person, like if you're selling a car, okay, this car has this problem, that problem that you want it, if you don't clarify it, then there's no barakah in your transaction. But you might say, well, if I tell him all the problems with this car, I don't want it. Or the price is gonna go down, way down, right? So you hide it, if you hide it, when Canada if he lies, or Katana, or if they lie or if they hide Mohammed baraka to bury more hyper but but Baraka debate, it may, Allah, Allah

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subhana wa will destroy the baraka of that transaction. So that's why when you're buying and selling, when it comes to money, it's very difficult to find people who are trustworthy,

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very difficult. And in fact, even dealing with money with different organizations. I mentioned before that there was a city,

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there was one of the countries in any in Europe, the government gave the Muslims the most one of the best piece of land in the whole country to build the masjid.

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And they say all you have to do is raise your money for raise money for it, raise money for. And of course, the people in the board of the masjid, they have the treasure and everything like that. And who do you think they choose to be the person taking care of the money?

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The person who they think is the most pious and righteous and most trustworthy, right?

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So that so the Muslims, were able to finally collect enough money,

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enough money to build the Masjid.

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To build the question. As soon as they collected enough money,

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the person who was in charge of the money, took off with the money and ran back, went back to his country,

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went back to his cut everything down millions of dollars, took everything. And he left the country. He left the country went back to his country, it was the most wise, he was the one that people thought they thought.

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In there, I think,

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you know, this is somebody who's, you know, always, when it comes to money, somebody sees that type of money. And you know, you don't have and people, you know, now sometimes we don't, and we as Muslims, you know, as a brother, he's not going to do something like that. very trustworthy. And that's all when it comes to money.

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I don't care who that person is.

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When there's a transaction that comes that's related to money, what do you do?

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Number one, you write it down.

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Right? Number two, what do you what do you do?

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You have witnesses,

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to also you have witnesses, you have to do that no matter what. The middle, the person can be the most trusted and trustworthy person, like, I want to be there. But you don't trust me? No, no, we're not. It's not about trust. This is what Allah has ordered us to do.

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This is what Allah has ordered.

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And so that's why when you're dealing with money, it's very, you have to be very careful and very, it's very sacred. And that's why sometimes, people when it comes to money, it's very difficult. So you when you are trying to do business, one of the most difficult things that you're going to find is people who are trustworthy. When you're going to hire someone to run your business, whether it's a restaurant or business, whatever it is, the person who takes care of the money has to be very trustworthy,

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very trustworthy, even if they are very trustworthy.

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What are we ordered to do?

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We're all ordered to also keep track write everything down. Even if it's just a small amount. To write everything down have to be you have to be very organized when it comes to those things. Because even when you're when you're borrowing borrowing money, you know, it's easy to borrow money, right? But when it's time to pay back,

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you don't want to pay back you don't you feel like you shouldn't pay back. But you know, you took somebody

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is money and they were helping you out? Like how could you like not want to pay right now and some people, they borrow money

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with the intention of not paying it back.

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In if someone who did someone who does that Allah Subhana Allah Allah will also take away the bunker. But if you intend to pay back and you work hard to pay back Allah will help you.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala will help you. So hottie General de la Hannah, she used to look for people, look for people to help her in her business. And so she would hire people and of course, the prophets of Allah is and being who he was, and the type of person that he was.

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Khadija De La Ronda hired the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to take her merchandise to take her merchandise. And she promised to give her to give the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam more than what she normally would give.

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Why? Because she wants to. She wants the prophets of Allah, she wants the Messenger of Allah salaam to take care of this business. Right? Because you know, when you're looking for somebody, you look for what you're looking for qualifications. The more qualified a person is, the more the more you pay them. The more you pay them, the more qualified they are, the more you pay them because you know, this is someone who's greatly sought after. So when the messenger of Allah Santa Monica and we know already the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he used to go also to the new tool to a sham with his uncle, you know, when the trips that we mentioned before. So the messenger of

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Allah Azza lullingstone, was hired by Khadija Ravana and Hadiya Rhodiola. And her she had a you know, when, of course, she would she had someone to help her also, she has, you know, in those days, they have servants that would help them especially those who are were very, very wealthy. So, the messenger of allah sallallahu, wasallam, agreed,

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agreed to take the merchandise and he agreed to help her and their business.

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And holiday or the law, her and her promise to pay him more than what she normally pays other people. Why? Because she really wants someone who's trustworthy, who is known for their trustworthiness and the Messenger of Allah and Allah in some is also extremely, extremely intelligent,

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extremely intelligent, but most merchants, what are they what are they able to do?

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Most merchants are able to read and write. But one thing was the Prophet sallallahu never knew how to read nor write. And of course, this was a miracle and he was on the most intelligent of them.

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He was the most intelligent, but the fact that he did not know how to read or write, was it a miracle in and of itself? It was to prove that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that when he becomes a prophet and messenger, nobody is gonna say that, Oh, no, he got this information from this and from that, he read the books of Aristotle or Socrates, no, no, he didn't know how to read.

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He has all these manuscripts they took, no, he didn't even know how to read did not really know. Right? And this was a miracle in itself so that people would know. They couldn't say that he took this from them. It can only be from ALLAH SubhanA that it can only be from ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. So he left he took a caravan. And the person that went with the Prophet sallallahu, Assam from the Niger side, was mesa. Mesa was someone who joined the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and while of course, Nasara is servant that used to help Khadija de la ohana.

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And so he went with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and on his way, you know, during the trip, he saw many things and he knew, you know, of course everybody knows about the how trustworthy the Prophet Sutherland himself, and how, how, how hardworking, how trustworthy. How, you know, how honest

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and generous and all of these, you know, praiseworthy characteristics about the Prophet some of them are and anyway some word no. But when Mesa

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came back after being with the Prophet satellite, so because when do you know a person you don't really know someone

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you don't really know someone until you really have traveled with them.

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Because when times have difficulties when you're traveling, those who are good hard, they're always helpful. Other people you because you have less. It's a lot

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to work, you have less than less, you know, many, sometimes it's you go through a lot of difficulties, especially in the old days when you're traveling. If someone is really good you can, their character comes out in times of hardship, and one of the most difficult things to do is to travel. So you don't really know someone and if you travel with somebody, or unless you dealt with them, you know you in dealing with money. So you think you know somebody, but then you don't really know that person, unless you've dealt with them or until they you've gone through hardship with them. And so just because you see them, for example, in the masjid alone,

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doesn't really mean you know, that person, you haven't done business with that person yet. If you haven't traveled with that person yet, then you really don't know that person. You don't really know them until you go through difficulties together when sacrifice is needed. Because in times of ease, everybody looks good.

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Right? In times of difficulties, that's when true true colors come up. Right? So like, for example, in America,

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you know, when you when the tsunami hit,

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right when the tsunami hit, not tsunami, but the hurricanes, they hit like areas like New Orleans, right? And the floods happened and people are like, you know, suffering, hungry, going through difficulties. What are people trying to do?

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On the storms, for example, storms?

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Will be recently we had

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in Buffalo, storms and buffalo. What did people do? They were looting the stalkers, they were robbing people's houses and stores. Right? In times of difficulties, your true color comes out in times of difficulties. That's what you know how good a society is.

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Like, for example, in Japan, when they had their tsunami, what did people do?

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Everyone was lining up and helping.

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Everyone was learning to interact all around the world. You know, remember a few years back, when they had that tsunami that swept across Asia, all the way to Africa, right, we saw scenes of people helping each other in times of difficulties. from Indonesia, to the Horn of Africa.

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from Indonesia to Africa, people are helping each other when in times of need in times of difficulties.

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And then you see America.

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America, in times of difficulty other people care. I saw some pictures of people carrying TVs when it's like 16 feet of snow.

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Right and they're robbing they're taking the alcohol for the all the alcohol Stoker, right? And anything, any little thing that happens, any calamity that happens, the true color of that society comes out. And that's what they're trying to spread around the world. So you guys have to be like us. This is Democracy, that's them.

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And this these are our morals and manners. This is the standard that we have, trying to tell everyone to be like them. Right when we all want to be like

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when the true difficulties come, hardships come out. Then you see the true colors, people so when you're traveling, that's when you know so Mesa and there are some people you hear about them right

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there. There are some people you know, the Arabs is decimated been with a good Hiram and Tarraco there is a person this is like saying and they said you to hear about

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this guy why it is better than seeing

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hearing about him is better than seeing him right? Because sometimes you see you hear about a person's reputation. And this person is this and that. They they're very, very generous and kind and then when you see them, and he's not all that. He's not all that. Boom, he came to the prophets and messengers of Allah, when it came to the Messenger of Allah Azza allottee. So like, for example, you know, the Prophet Yusuf alayhi, salam,

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he stood out. He was known for his kindness. He was known for his wisdom and intelligence. And people were talking about, they knew all the incidents that happened, his chastity

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and so the king, the king hears about them about the proper use of maybe he knows about it, but now he's hearing about it all the time. Because of the incident and everybody is coming. You know, everybody is speaking about how, you know how use of was in prison and outside prison. And the kind of person that he was like he's this is not an

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One more. So the king, he wants him hears about how he wants him. Right? He wants to see who this person is. And he saw him as he's asking to bring use of 10. Right and use, of course, at the beginning of the video, that'd be the beginning. He didn't, you don't remember he didn't come out of prison? And he says, No, I'm not gonna go out. Until you know, my name is clear, pretty much. And after that, then after everything is cleared, the king now has heard about use of proper use of bonanza. And he's heard a lot of good things about him. He's heard of his hearing about his honesty, and what does he want? Who does he want?

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He needs someone who is trustworthy. Especially when you're kidding, you need people who are trustworthy around you, whom you can trust. And so he's thinking, this is the kind of person that I want with me, if it's what I'm hearing. Right. And so that's why when he comes for alumna, Kalama, who are in nickel Yamana, Dana MacKinnon, I mean,

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he said, when he spoke to him, right, you heard about him, after he spoke to him. He says, Today, from this day on,

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you are, you have a place.

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And you're fully trusted.

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Like from now on, you're fully trusted. You just tell me what to do. Because of his intelligence now, before you don't speak, he didn't never never, he never spoke to him. Never sat with him. After he sat with him. He knew like, Man, this is the guy I want with me. Right in nickel Yama. That day never came. I mean,

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right? And so that's why the proper use of them says okay, and then put me in charge of the store houses.

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What did you want to be in charge of the store houses? Money. It's not because he wants to take it all to himself and be rich. No, he wants to help. Because the next few years, there's going to be a famine, people are going to suffer.

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And if other people take care of it, there's going to be corruption and the poor are not going to get what they need.

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So that's the type of person that he was and that's where the king knew. He trusted him. Even though you know, even just heard about him. But now after speaking, it's like, you know what, I hear all of this stuff. And sometimes you say no, he didn't. He's not all that. Yeah, he's all that and more.

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So when it came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, Khadija Rotella and I used to hear about him.

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But then,

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when my salah traveled with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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he knew that hey, this is somebody special? Of course, what's she going to do? What is she going to do? And when they come back, she's gonna ask, Hey, can you update me what happened? What's going on? And what's my salad saying?

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Mohammed is amazing.

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very trustworthy. So many things also happen during this trip, and also the product there was so much profit

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you so much profit or loss and I put so much Barak.

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There's so much profit that the Prophet sallallahu knows the Hadith about the law. Anna, whatever Khadija della promised the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, she doubled it.

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She doubled like, oh, you know what? If you go I'll give you like 1000 dinars. For example, maybe you know, or 100 in our 1000 years, like, when she when he came back with all the profits. So you know, he give to that. Take? 2000 take 2000 And then she's now hearing about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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from someone, not just from people talking only from someone who has traveled with the Prophet. Nobody has.

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Not too many people. Not too many people will have the opportunity to travel with the prophets of Allah. There's not too many people. And Mesa has traveled not only as he travel, what is he done?

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What is she done with her?

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Business? Money. It's not a single person on the face of this earth, more trustworthy, more honest, than the prophets of Elias. And Mesa is witnessing this with his very own eyes. Because he comes back to a DJ.

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We think he's gonna say to her

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Adidas hearing all of these things like

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I want him to work for not only that, now, you know what?

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I want to marry this person.

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I want I want somebody like that.

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I want someone who wouldn't write in the messages. I could have married anyone.

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That was also in Khadija de la. She could have married anyone because everybody when they see Khadija they're like dollar signs that are out there. Whoo hoo. That's it. You know, my life is set I get married with it was that

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it is noble,

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honest, kind. And not only that she's rich. Like

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that's it. Everybody of course, who wouldn't want to marry someone like that. But familia de la Anna, the digital the landline hearing about the prophets of Allah alayhi wa sallam, and some of the things that what are some of the things that he saw? Or that they set aside? Shala we'll come back to it in a bit in sha Allah. But

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wouldn't she have been Khadija de la Anna?

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Saw that? What does she do

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for the Euro dollar and how she herself? She takes the initiative? Who actually goes and speaks to you know, the family of the prophets of Allah. Some there's differences of opinion amongst the scholars about who actually went to speak? Was it?

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You know, was it? Was it somebody?

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Was it mesa? Or was it another person? There's different, different opinion. And there's, and the reason is because we do have this these narrations, right, but all of these narrations and the books of CLR. They've mentioned in in eveness, harp and others, they the details of which have come to us without a chain.

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Right without a chain, and anything that doesn't have a chain.

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In this law, we cannot verify but at the same time, you have to understand also many things that happen in Mecca. Many of the many of the things that happen in Mecca,

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especially before the prophets of Allah and became a prophet, a prophet, mess, Prophet and Messenger. So a lot of these narrations are narrations that are not, you know, are not narrations that are, if you were to apply the the sudden, I mean the principles of also

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master Hadith, or alumina Hadith in it, then they would not step. But the reason is, because anything that happens before Mecca, let me tell you something like here, you will live in the United States of America, right? You live in the United States.

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And many of us many from overseas, right? From Asia, Africa.

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And we have come over as immigrants. There are things that happened to us when we were young.

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Right? There are many things that happen to us when we were here.

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And then there are people who, of course, a lot of people in the United States never witnessed those things. Like your children. Right, your children, they don't know what happened when you were young. They don't know what happened when you are in Africa and Asia. Right. So what is it that they hear from you?

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Do they hear a lot of details of your life? If you were to ask your children right now, about some of the things that happen? What kind of information do I have? I would ask my son like, how, you know, your grandfather growing up? I was he when he was the you know much about it?

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Not much.

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there's not much unless you know, I speak a lot of

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these stories.

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But other your children do they know much about Africa. Do they even care about you? They even ask you about it.

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They don't ask you about back home, right? They don't ask you they did they sit down and ask you, Father, you're telling me what happened when you were young and all these stories, other things?

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They don't even want to go back right?

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Then don't really care. They don't care what happens after that. Right? I try sometimes you try.

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That's when you just go in by yourself.

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No, that's what Americans

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and so the thing is, most of those occurred the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam grew up in Makkah.

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And he called to Islam and very few people accepted Islam when he was in Mecca. When did most people accept Islam?

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It wasn't Medina right after after the Hijrah. Right. So the people who are there of course, what are they concerned mainly about? They're concerned about the present and how what they should

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Do not about what happened in the past too much. Right? And even though and so that's why it's a lot of the information

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that happened before revelation specifically before revelation. There are some people who witness but who are they?

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They're the elders. Right, the elders, the elders of Mecca. And where are the elders of Mecca?

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The majority of them what happened?

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The majority of liniment except Islam.

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When the elders of Mecca, they didn't accept the style boy, the people accepted Islam

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when the youngsters but even the people in Mecca themselves very few. The majority were the people of Medina, the people of Mecca accepted Islam later on, when a new generation.

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Already a new generation came up. This was not a generation that knew the problem that witnessed the Prophet son when he was a young when he was young, right? And so these are all the people who are narrating so the information about Maccha is like trying to extract information from your children about Africa or Asia. How much is just the Keightley. My grandfather used to say this, my father used to say that I didn't remember this. But in terms of the details, how much do you have, don't give any attention.

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You don't have much right. And so that's why a lot of the information that we have, during the life of the prophet Sallallahu something during the Meccan era, we have very, very little information compared to after that we do have a lot of information compared to other types of other people. Right? When it comes to other people, of course, the life of the prophets of Allah, it was very clear. But we do have some verses of the Quran, about the prophets of Allah, and so on, and so forth. In terms of details, and with scrutiny of change, and so forth. We don't have much in terms of the details, because also, because the Companions, what were they concerned about? They were

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concerned about that which is most practical, most relevant. And what part of that was the things that they wanted to do? Or like, for example, like if you were to ask the Companions, like when did when was the prophet son born? Most of them would probably say, you know, like, the younger?

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Yeah, I think he was born in the Year of the elephant.

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And so only major events they would hear about. So like, for example, when one of the things that you know, when I sat down with my uncle, my uncle went to study in Mecca. My uncle, he was he studied in Mecca. And

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when I was when I was sitting with him, what's he, what's he telling me? He's always only telling me the major events, right? And so I don't have I didn't have that much time to sit with him that, you know, I didn't have much time. I didn't spend a lot of time with him. But so he told me about his studies in Mecca, and what he studied and some of the, even the teachers of just some of the books that he studied, and so forth. And when I went when I saw him, he was already in this.

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He's already in his 90s When I first actually when I first met him, and I met him when he was still in the motorcycle driver and motorcycle at 90. And he passed away. He was over 100 years old. It was over 100 years old, but he had students who were sitting with him I remember I went right.

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He had a few students in his house that he was teaching. He used to teach in the masjid, too. But he had like special classes for those students who are very, like maybe seven or eight students. And they were reading the book Kitab, Alaska. And I sat with him and he has asked me a few questions. He says, so that's how the students have knowledge nowadays.

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He was laughing I

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don't even know this last.

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And then you gotta look you guys, these are the students in college now. And you know how all these students were?

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The youngest was 70.

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Of course, it's almost 100 Right? And these are like the ones who are always with the youngest. I remember seeing them like seven years old, they're old. And they're studying and they're still studying Mashallah.

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Like they're still studying, like, we can get seven and eight years

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old. And they're studying and memorizing the book. And they're going through the Hadith, sunnah Vida would also but anyways, what even what do you tell me? When I went and sat down and spoke to who told me about World War Two?

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Told me what World War Two he said. And you know, the old days it's hard to travel

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or do you have to have an you know, my grandfather was very wealthy, but private don't mind seeing some of this but this was

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like grandfather was very, very wealthy. He

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He was known as the merchant, and the merchant, the merchant. Yeah, he had the merchant.

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That was the he was like the businessman. And so he was very wealthy. That's why he's able to send his children to study overseas. And so they used to take small planes, those propeller planes in the old days, and would come to Singapore. For Singapore, they would go to India and India would fly. And then when the war happened, no, no planes were flying. And then they stopped.

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No classes and unless you have

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no classes, all the classes are the lectures in the messier and messier haraam stopped. So there's no more teaching so he says, You know this World War Two is World War Two, it's happening. So he needs to go he says, I was gonna go home. And so he took a boat, one of the ships and of course on the ship left it got stuck because it was like, he got stuck. Do you know where he got stuck in

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he got stuck in so much. No, he got stuck in that because it legit. And the next.

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Yeah, but because of war. Because of the war. There's warships and things like that. So there has to take you can't move can't go anymore because it's dangerous to continue. So he got stuck in the Horn of Africa. And he said, I used to love it there. We didn't spend a lot of time. But the Somalis would go fishing.

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The fishermen would go out. And then the only fish

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they would get everything else lobster.

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Shrimp, nobody would touch it. They will throw it back.

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Nobody is

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they still they still

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loves it. They learned they learned the value now. Right?

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But they don't eat. Yeah, but before they didn't eat and they didn't keep no they don't keep Yeah, they used to throw it back again. It just used to fish. Yeah, the fish. Yeah. Yeah, use bait or something they would not eat it. And he says that's the best part. He does throw it away. Like we used to. We can't afford that at all. And you got we keep the fish is like secondary that's that lobster and you know that's that's good. Right? Any like that lobster and also squid and things like that.

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And everything, everything besides fish only fish. These that I had the best food? Because I would tell the don't throw that away. Give it to me.

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And they would say

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it was a waste. So this is what he told me. Anyways, what what I'm getting to is,

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you know some things that happened. We're talking about some of the narrations, the details and so forth. Right?

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When it comes to the details, when the youngsters usually, especially if you move to another town, if you're still in the same town, it's different. But the prophets of Allah I grew up in Makkah, and then he moved to Medina.

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And then the majority of the followers at that time came from Medina. So those are the students of knowledge. People who came in even amongst the MaHA

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like the children of them had Iran right. They never witnessed in fact, even I shall read the law.

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Does she know anything about Khadija?

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Like she said, I never met her.

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You know, I never met her, but I'm still jealous.

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Because the prophets good man, he mentioned he was talking about her so much. That was jealous. So he she said I was never jealous about anyone and even enemies wife. I was cuz she knew that to have loved loved whether or not Yeah, but as a DJ, yeah, she was just she knew how much the prophets wrote loved Fennekin from the Prophet so long.

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So most of them were like, they didn't have they just, they would just hear things. Right. And so a lot of them because they owe the older, the elders.

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Some of the information that comes in is just like, you know, it's that you're sitting, you're sitting with your son and telling and that's what's left.

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That's what we have from the life of the prophet so long before Revelation, we don't have too much details because of that.

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And the only details that we have, or that which is most would that which is related to the to us, you know, by the messenger of a loss of a manager himself. Right and the people who are closest to him

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amongst those who accepted Islam early on,

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and even those who accepted Islam early on,

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they were youngsters, remember how old is the prophet Satellizer when he except when he was in Mecca, when he received revelation 40. And when he was in Mecca, he was there for 13 years, that with people accepted Islam are also the youngsters. So he's 40 and 50. And the people they are younger than him.

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When the Messenger of Allah son was a teenager, when he just got married, those people who are those people, even they're,

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no, they weren't. They weren't. It was the elders of Mecca that were there. But the majority of them are,

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the majority are very old, because they were older than the Prophet sallallahu. They're the ones who would narrate all this and they're no longer there.

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Right. So that's why the information that we have, but you know, when it comes to

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narrations, and so forth, and that's why we still narrate information, even though we don't have a connected chain.

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We don't have connection, but we do not do what we don't use that information, to establish a principle in Islam

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to say halal or haram, and so forth. And so, the messenger of allah sallallahu so how did what what what what were some of the things that happen when Mesa went with the prophets of Allah amis, Shama next week, I mentioned some of the details of some of the things that happen, but I wanted to cover

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the age of the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was

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when, when, when this happened on the marriage of the prophets, Allah Allah knows

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me one second.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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was young, when he got married to Khadija de la vida, it's pretty much agreed upon. It's pretty much agreed upon that Khadija or the law

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for digital or the law, or the prophets and Alana was 25 years of age. That's something that

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so that's something that is pretty much well known and agreed upon.

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But how old was Khadija? Radi Allahu Allah. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam married her. We have a couple of narrations we have the majority of the narrations of force, or that which is most popular and well known was that she was 40 years of age. Why? Because that's the narration that's mentioned by Muhammad in his house in Asama, new he shop in Asia. And also he mentioned that particular bet that for deja rhodiola, it was 40 years of age. And that's something that's very, very well known. Nothing that's agreed upon. Also, something else that's a great point is that Hadiya radula was mature was older than the Prophet sallallaahu. Yes, that's something that you

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like, that's well known.

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But when she 40 years of age,

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where she 40 years of age, we have a couple of narrations. And all of these narrations that have come to us, either they do not have a chain, or they don't have a an authentic chain.

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That means it's not authentic. It either is not authentic, or there's no chain. So some of them have mentioned that Khadija rodilla Allah passed away when she was 65.

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So if she passed away, if he passed, she passed away when she was 65. And of course, when she passed away, how old was the prophet? So he was 5050. So we have like, a lot of contradictions. That means, you know, that means he was

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either she was 40 and some another narration mentioned that she was when the Prophet SAW Allah have some passed away, or when she passed away, she was 50 years of age. She was 50. So if she was 50

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How old was Khadija dilemma? She made the profit of

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25 to 50.

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With Dina, if I didn't have the law, Aetna was 50 years when she passed away.

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She passed away when she was 50. So how old was she?

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Of course the prophets of Allah. So so when she passed away when she was 50, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Of course, what year did What year was this?

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somewhere, it would be the same age. Right? If she's 50 She passed away and 50 many are the same age. But yeah, we Yeah, same age because it's 50. So we have narration that they will save age. We have another narration, that's this one has a chain without a weekend, and of itself that she was 2028 28 years of age. So the Prophet sallallahu was 25. And she was 28 when she got married when she was married to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And so when it comes to the age,

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the age of the, as I mentioned, Khadija or the Alana, some of the scholars have looked at it, okay, now we don't have anything really sound not authentic. So what do we go back? We go back to the default. So the narration that matches the default will take precedence

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just based on what?

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Based on reasoning, right? So remember, one we mentioned this before, when the prophets of Allah Allah, so whether he was born circumcised or not, we said, the stronger opinion seems that he was born,

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anti uncircumcised, and he was circumcised on the Sabbath day. Why? Because that's what the Arabs used to do. And if you have a narration that matches what was the norm, and then you have another generation, that's weak, and both of them are weak, but one matches that which is all done all the time, that you don't need proof. You don't need proof, because that's what happens. That's what happens. That's the norm. Right. And so then that takes precedence because you know, the same thing you go back to the default. And so here also,

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the economical Yeah, normally, he said,

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What, Andrea, but hijo de la Rasulullah sallallahu.

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The correct, or the la vida, the Prophet sallallahu, of course, had two sons from Hadiya.

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And also out in earth, and He had four daughters from Khadija radula. Hannah. And she says, and this is this is Annette. And then this is another generation, by the way. That's also in ignorance harp, that mentions that she was

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she was 28 years of age. And so he says, because he'll he says, because the majority of the volume and Amara Tablo 70 years, middle India public policy.

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So the,

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the normal, the normal, a normal woman, like just normal circumstances, that a woman can no longer have children after she's 50 years of age. Usually, she has reached menopause. And even if she can, it's much more difficult. Right? So if someone is older, the likelihood of even even the likelihood of being pregnant

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is less. The older you get, even if she still hasn't reached the age of menopause, but when someone's close to 50, when it's nearing 50, it's hard for them to to get pregnant. It's much more difficult. It's not that it's impossible. Okay, so if we say that she was already 40.

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And then the amount of children's she had, how many? Six? Six?

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Right, six? And of course, you can't have you know, when you have after you have a child? It's

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I mean, yeah, for it. There's also a time, which is very difficult for a woman to have a child a child. So but also looking at the ages

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of the children of Rhodesia or the Lohana. If it were if this, if he did, if he was married to the Prophet Solomon at 14, then she would have had to have children way past 50.

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age difference? Yes. Like, if you look at the age difference, it's past 50.

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And she'll Of course, and we say that normally, not, there's not too many women, after 50 that have that can get pregnant. Of course, Allah can make it happen. Right? A loss of how can make happen look at

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look profitable. Right? So she was past 80 and the loss of her

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I still gave her a chart. Right? And so Allah can make it happen. But normally there's that happen,

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that normally doesn't happen. So when we have narrations that seem to contradict themselves, and you have both of them, there's no

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there's nothing in terms of the chain that would, that would say that this is more strong than the other, then we take that we go back to the default in terms of biological, we'll go back to biology pretty much, no biologically normal, a normal woman would reach the age of menopause at around 50, close to 50. And so we're looking at the children of the Prophet and the six. Remember, the first was a pastor, and then a target. And then the four daughters of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also, looking at their ages also, and how far they were apart from each other. We also know that, that will take her very far. But if you say that she's 28, then nobody any, there wouldn't be

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any problems at all whatsoever. Because in terms of the amount of children that he had, so even though it's more popular, it's more part of the narration that she was 50 or 40 years of age, when she married the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, the stronger opinion seems to be that she was 28 years of age, and that she passed away

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when she was about 50 years of age, 50 years of age, and ALLAH SubhanA, Allah knows best. And of course, you might say, Well, why don't we have clear narrations? As I mentioned, some of the before, you have to understand it's not like, every society is different. When it comes to a person's birthday, it's not that big of a deal. Nobody used to celebrate birthdays,

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birthdays, suddenly, recently, when the West made it, something that's popular, the world, when what's the day that people remember, I remember

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the day that somebody dies, right? The day that somebody dies, that's when you remember, when you remember the day, the day that somebody dies, and not the day that they were born. Right? So even when in America when you're studying about presidents and so forth, you're studying what famous people What day do you what do they what day did people memorize?

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In history? In America?

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Most most, most people don't know when unless, unless the death is something that's very significant. It's just the regular death. Unless it's like, you know, JFK

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or something, you know, something happens to the president. He's assassinated. That's something big. Everybody remembers. That day, those who are alive at least if you ask them, they know what they were doing. They were still remember what they were doing. The day that somebody you know, somebody famous dies, they people usually remember what happened. So big, major events in their lives, but when someone's born,

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why don't people remember? Like, because I don't know what you're going to be.

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Right now. Right now, when the day that person is born, you are nobody.

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I pretty much nobody knows you. Nobody knows you. You don't. They don't know your character. Nobody knows how long you gonna live. Nobody worries about the purpose of the day that you're born. But after you have a significant influence, then depending on your influence, determines how much people remember you how much people remember you, like a lot of people die, nobody knows. I mean, other people are born all the time, but when they're born, you don't have any connection yet. Right? So that's why we're in a time of the prophets of Allah. There are so many things you you speak about a person's age, like I'm sure you've seen the brothers first of all, they know better than anyone

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else. Many of them don't know their own birthdays.

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Back home, nobody knows. At least come back home. Yes, nobody knows your grandparents have family buried. It's

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in a way of getting a birth

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certificate that they are on. Yeah, yeah. Every I think most most countries are like that. They even to this day, you know the Muslims the child people on their birth certificate, the old versus give Believe it or not, you know what it says?

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A birth certificate at birth certificate has only the year.

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Have you seen a birth certificate? With only the year? I did not see I did not know until I saw my grandmother's birth certificate.

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And they only did it because you know, they have an the birthday, the birthday, they just put the year and said,

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you know,

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this put the year, they don't wanna put the date and the exact date, because they don't want to do the verses of it right away. Like they only look what you're about to travel, they need birth certificate, okay, it's gone.

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And then they got student the paperwork I need versus Are you gonna get married 90 Versus if we get to do paperwork. You only get birth certificates because you didn't paperwork.

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Right. Otherwise you don't? Yes.

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Yeah, you know, a lot of people don't I don't even know. You know, I don't know my birthday. I do have a birthday there. But it's not

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I have to return back. Actually, I have to look back. I know the year and approximate. But the exact year because the day that I have on mine. I know, the day that I was born, meaning I was born on a Wednesday.

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But on my birth certificate right now, I look back at the calendar. It's Monday.

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Like, I know that I wasn't born on that day, because I know it's a Wednesday. I don't know exactly when. But I know it's a Wednesday night because my grand mother told me that it was a Wednesday. And she nicknamed me she called me Wednesday.

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That's why I know.

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But looking at my personal because that's on Monday. Now it's not that so I know that's not the right. That's not the right day. But a lot of people are like that, right? And so

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so when we're Silver's being about the age and so forth, like even the birthday of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. We don't know the exact date period.

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And so how about the birthday?

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You know, Khadija, but we know the approximate usually the year, right? Just like the Prophet, son, we know the year we don't know the exact date, but we know what I'm gonna feed. And usually you know how much older the other person is. Right? So he's five years older than me. He's about four years older than me. So we usually know that but in terms of the exact date, rarely is it mentioned or rarely do you really focus on those things because as I mentioned, but when somebody dies, especially someone who's famous and well known, then you do know that they so inshallah we'll come back and we'll mention a little bit more about some of the virtues of Khadija della

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and a little bit more than the details of how the Prophet some married Khadija, what's like who initiated who started who went, what the dowry and things like that, in connection with that and then a lot of times Allah Subhana Allah will be happy