Abdulbary Yahya – The hypocrites Seerah of The Prophet

Abdulbary Yahya
AI: Summary © The history of Islam is discussed, including the rise of Islam in Afghanistan and the rise of Islam in the United States, as well as the use of language and body parts in religion. The importance of showing people that they are praying in order to avoid damaging their reputation is emphasized, as well as the use of " Jesus is God" in situations where there is confusion and confusion. The segment also touches on the history of Islam, including the use of deadly force and the use of deadly drugs, and the success of the Islam community in protecting the public.
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The whole setup and that's why of course, the most in Medina, the most prominent of all of the

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the hypocrites, was a missile

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missile. And he was he was one of the most starchy of the enemies of Islam. Why? Because because he was supposed to be the leader. He was very respected. They had already chosen him to be the leader to lead Mecca sorta like the chieftain in Mecca and Medina, because all the elders have been killed, and he was the most prominent of the elders that was left. So in the Messenger of Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah and he was set on came,

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he used to stand up and speak and he would say, follow the messenger of a loss of love, and he was about to speak, follow what He tells you to do, and stay away from that which He prohibits you from. This was before the hood, but before the Messenger of Allah comes out, he stands up, why does he stand up? He standing up because he's tried to show people that he's still you know, someone who was influential, someone who was influential. And so he stood up, and this was before the battle will hurt. And so some people were still did not realize that he was a hypocrite. Many of them, many of the Muslims, did not realize he was hematocrit. It wasn't until he bordered 300 men who were headed

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to butter or headed to a herd, and he told him to come back. So he made 300 People follow him and leave the Muslims to fight. And he abandoned the Muslims, when they were on their way to fight the majority code in the battle. And that's when the Muslims realize he was a hypocrite. And so why was he? And why am I mentioning this because in Medina and Mecca,

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you don't have who? The Muslims don't have authority. You don't want to pretend to be Muslims. Why is Abdullah vagueness I don't pretend to be Muslim. Because if he said he was not Muslim, then nobody would listen to him.

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Nobody would listen to him. He would lose his status, he would lose his status because most of the people are Muslims already. And so he didn't want to lose his status. So he pretends to be a Muslim. He pretends to be a Muslim. But in the end, of course, he hated the Muslims. So he was always fine. And so but in Medina, and Mecca, because the Muslims were

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weak, they were little a number, they didn't have strength. And they will be persecuted. You don't want to pretend to be Muslim if people are going to persecute you. And that's why Mecca, they were the most the the Muslims who accepted Islam. They were very, very strong. They believe they accepted Islam because of their faith. Because of the,

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the guidance of Allah Subhana Allah, and they were strengthened. Of course, by, you know, they were straight, they truly believe and Iman was true. Because there's no reason to accept Islam for dunya purposes. There is no benefit in the dunya and Medina maybe, right, if you don't accept Islam, like some people who you know, they join the Muslims, because, you know, they do this. And they do that because they want something. Or they want probably what you know, like, let's say, let's say sometimes you have politicians who want status and position. So they'll go to the masjid and pretend that pretend they pray, of course, but they when they're praying, they want all the cameras on them

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to show that they're praying, right, because they want everyone to think, Oh, this is a he's a good Muslim. But he's a good Muslim. And so they want people to know that they are doing this and that. So why are they doing it? It's because they want to show people well, you know, in the Muslim country, if they are shown to be not practicing in some countries, maybe they will not be elected. And so, in America, the Muslims were weak, and the non Muslims, they hated Islam, and they want it to any any way,

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shape or form, that they were able to hurt the Muslims, they will do it. And the easiest people the easiest target, target is the easiest target where they don't have any repercussions. Were the slaves, the weak amongst the Muslims. And so

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that's where

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he said to Abdul

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omnibus or the Ohio

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when he said to us yeah he said Tagalog Nebraska divan he said to him

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I kind of machinery can

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you believe you? Well, they wouldn't realize I mean,

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my brother on a b He Turkey DD. So he says

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the machinery, the kind of machinery, the machinery bone, yeah below him in his hobby Rasulullah Suleiman, did they punish the Muslims to the point where they were excused?

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They will stills from in other words excused

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from leaving the dean, what do I mean? What do they mean by that meaning they will punish so severely, were they punished to the point where they were excused if they left their dean?

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So this is meaning not really leaving the Dean but pretending for example, somebody saying, oh, you know, if you don't, if you do not, do if you do not say this and say that, then you're going to be punished. Right? And maybe what they're telling him to say is cool. And so he says, Allah he

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says, he says, yes, yes, by Allah.

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Some of them

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words, some of them were tortured to the point where they were starved

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and they were not given any water.

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and they would say to them

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like they would say to a lot when Rosa Illa who come and do nila,

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they would say to them,

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is a Latin Rosa. Is he are they gods besides Allah?

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you know, they would tell them say that say say things that are Coover. And some of them would they say it?

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Is it permissible for a Muslim to say

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in before this is one of the, one of the

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the one of the Rama the mercy that Allah Subhana Allah gave to this OMA

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and what is that mercy? That mercy is if someone's being punished to the point where they are being asked to do things that are Kufa

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this against Islam and they don't want to do it, but they're forced to either they're going to punish or killed or harmed significantly then if they say those things that they're not they're not they don't leave Islam

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in the home The Omen this the people before

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the nations before and in the Shetty before if you were put in position, put in a position where if somebody was going to kill you, and if you said something that is cool, and you died and they killed any you died, you'd be a CAFO you'd be in the hellfire.

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But this OMA the prophets, Allah Allahu wa sallam, he said, roughly an Almighty,

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Allah Hapa when this young woman Stokely Riley, rufiyaa Nomatic, my OMA is excused.

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When they make mistakes, men unintentionally,

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and forgetfulness. If they forget, let's say they forget to do something. As long as they when they remember it, they do it. It's not sinful, they're excused. Why am I still couldn't do it, and that which they have been coerced to do, that which they have been forced to do. And so, this indicated, he says he mentally has, and a lot of TANF in these situations and circumstances where a person is asked to say that a lot closer is God.

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And so just like in the case of amount of the asset,

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they killed his father, and they killed his mother and then he killed his father.

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And then they came to him. And they said, If you don't praise, Allah knows.

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If you don't praise Allah knows, we will kill you also. And he was just a young boy.

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And so he was scared.

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Because they were, they were Imagine seeing your parents being killed, and then they're gonna kill you also.

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If you don't say it with your parents because your parents did not listen to them. So you know if you don't say this, if you don't say that you don't praise a Latin Rosa, we will kill you also. And so he praised the Latin roses and they let him go. And he ran away to the prophets of Allah and he was crying. Why was he crying? Because he was afraid. He was afraid he didn't know what to do, but he was he, what he did, he was afraid that maybe he was no longer Muslim for doing what he did. And so he told the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said, if they do that to you again, the Prophet sallallahu sallam said to him, if they do that to you again, then say the same thing again.

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And Allah subhana, Allah revealed mankapur of Allah him and by the men by the Imani Ilam, and oak tree hugger, Calbuco Mothma in the Lima, except those who are caregivers, and their hearts are still in, firm in the, in the belief in Allah subhanaw taala. So the Prophet asked him, so do you still believe in Allah says, of course, I believe in Allah and His messenger. And he said, If that's the case, and they do the same thing to you again, then say the same thing again. So if somebody were to put like, you know, some, some people, they might

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put in a situation, they have some crazy people say Jesus is God. So Jesus is my Savior. And if you don't want to shoot you,

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say Jesus is God. Or say, Jesus, the Son of God, of course, this these are all

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right. And if you say and say if you, if somebody puts a gun to your head, and you say, and then you leave, they, then you are there, you won't be in a situation you want. It's not considered a cook.

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It's not considered, even when you say Jesus is God, but, but why? Because in that situation, you're being coerced, you're being forced to do something out of your own will. And if that's the case, as long as you still believe, then to say something, even if it's Cofer to save yourself, so that because preservation of life is one of the main principles of Islam, so to do so,

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to the non Muslims,

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the non Muslims, they used to force the Muslims to do so but why did some of them? Why didn't someone somebody just, you know, do whatever they did? Well, we get are certain situations and certain circumstances,

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you're in a situation where if what you're saying is going to influence other people, or you're a person of influence, like Lima, Lima,

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when they were when the people

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when the people were, you know, watching him see what he was going to say, if he were to say that the Quran is the creation of Allah, and not the word of Allah, because of his status and position, he would have influence. Other people would think that oh, even though he didn't mean it, because he's putting a position where he's going to be tortured. And he was tortured, as a result of standing upon the truth. And there were some, some of the other scholars because they knew that they were going to be tortured. They found ways to avoid it, meaning they said things that, you know, they said things like, for example.

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Like is the Quran?

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Is the Quran the word of Allah? Is the Quran, the word of Allah, or is it created

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and then they would point with the intention of pointing somewhat something else. They wouldn't say the Quran they will say this is created not the word of Allah. And they would point towards something else but the table for example, but if the Quran is on the table, but their intention is the table, but the people around they're like, oh, man, he's for this Imam, you know, as far as following the following that

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then, of course, all those who said it,

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we don't know about it. But those who stood firm, we hear about them in history like Alima Muhammad Rahim Allah and so sometimes we put in situation where you might influence other people to be firm and so forth and it's, you have the option. You can stay firm and then you will be punished and inshallah you'll be rewarded if they kill you. And Sharla your martyr in sha Allah, you are shaheed and so

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But but this is the OMA the one of the Hassan is one of the specialities some of the that something that is specific for this OMA one of the gifts and the mercy for this OMA and

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Abdullah in the mess over the love and he said oh lumen al Islam said that

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the first people who came forward and said that they were Muslims, which means what to do, which means that there were some Muslims who did not come forward

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who did not come forward. They were Muslims, but they were hiding. And it's okay. Why? Because if they come out, they might be tortured. And because they were torturing others already, and they didn't want to be tortured also. So they were they hid their Islam. So at the beginning, there are many who accepted Islam but they did not openly proclaim it. So he says, Abdullah Abdullah says, oh, Rahman, Al Islam Saba the firt. The first people who came forward with with their Islam are seven Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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the Messenger of Allah so Allah Allahu wa,

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and Abu Bakr were ma, ma, ma ma,

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whoa, whoa, so Mejia for almost a year and his mother so mania, and so Hey, so have a ruling. So A and B law

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and and make that

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and and make that. And so these were the first seven.

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According to Abdullah Masuda de la who came forward and they were they said that they were Muslims.

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Farmer Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, from an hour long beyond me.

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As for the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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Allah subhanho wa Taala protected him through his uncle, who is his uncle.

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And one of the reasons why the Scholars mentioned he never accepted Islam, even from the very beginning, is because if he would have accepted Islam, he would not have been able to protect the prophets of Allah.

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Because they would not have honored his protection, they would not have respected him. But because he was still not Muslim, they still respected him. So they didn't harm the Prophet sallallahu wasallam when they were ordered not to harm the prophets alone by his by his Alko Well, welcome. And as for Abu Bakr, men of Allah, we call me Allah Subhana. Allah protected him through his people, who is his people because of his tribe. He had a very strong and powerful tribe that they were not able to harm

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because he had a strong backing. Well, Messiah era home.

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As for the rest

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for our huddling, machinery goon assume under al Hadid, Masaharu home for Shams and as for the rest, some of them they were branded with fire with hot with hot

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sheets of metal or hot like branding with with steel, like you do you put it on animals and so forth. And that's what they did with also like the likes of above him not. His back became scarred, so bad that Omar Mahatama de la NASSCO was the worst emotion recorded to you. He opened up his back above and he said what is this?

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What is it? What is this that's on your back? What happened to you? He saw the scar he said I'd never seen some scars like this before. He said emotionally cool news to use my back to put out the fires.

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Like Subhanallah You know how sometimes you cook barbecue?

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How do you put out fires, you pour water on it or you put sand on it? Right? And so they would put they would put his father they would put up with his back. And he said I would hear the sizzling from the blood that was from my back. And this is what they used to do to me. And so this is one example what they used to do to them and hear

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what he says they they treated him and they taught to them in the worst way. And they also left them out in the sun.

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They left them out in the sun, you know the heat, not like the heat, right? Yeah, we complain about 100 degrees over there in the summer and midday.

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You know, we used to go to the masjid and I would leave my shoes out

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Inside and outside the masjid. And literally some some types of I had a type of shoe that were little rubbery, and it literally melted. And when it's close to the summer, and it's like I couldn't, I couldn't wear my shoes anymore, it was so hot, I put my feet on it, it was so hot. So I had to bring my shoe and put in front of the air conditioning to cool it down, then went back out and stepped on the shoes. So that's, that's those shoes out there in the sun imagined. And that's just a few few minutes, a few minutes in the heat. And they would put them on where they would look for the black, the dark rocks and stones that were really hot. And they would put them on there and

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they would leave them there. And they would put stones and rocks on their chest to press them further against that heat against the hearthstone against the hot rocks and Boulder. And this is what they used to do to them for momentum and had an 11x And then

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there's not a there's not one of them.

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Except they faced persecution. And, you know, some of them, you know, were able to escape, or some of them were able to, to, you know, lessen some of the hardships, except for except one except for one one of the most difficult everybody. Sometimes they would, you know, they would suffer through difficulties. But Bilal was someone who was harmed in the, in one of the some of the worst ways possible. And not only that, what were the what did they used to do to him, like they used to not just hurt him, but they used to humiliate him to the point where they would tie him up. And they would drag him in the streets

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of Mecca. And they would tell the children, they would tell the children to throw stones at him.

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throw rocks, I'm not talking about little pebbles here, like in height. When the kids, they see him like this is how they are raising their kids like this is imagine this and the kids are like you know, having fun.

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Imagine kids running around chasing biller and they're pulling him the you don't do this to the human like even Of course, even animals, you don't do something like that. That would be if someone did that to any type of animal, what would you say?

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Like that? It's just that's that's evil, atrocious, inhumane, whatever you want to call it. But this is Milan being dragged in the streets. And the children are being told to stove. This throw throw rocks at throw rocks. So this is what they did to the Muslims. And they would take them also to they would take him to the

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Abdullah Abdullah.

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And they would take him to the mountain passes where the you know, where the rocks are the hardest.

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That works in the heart harness, and is the sharpest. And they would why would they bring them there because they're looking for stones, huge stones.

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And they would put them on the chest why? So that he couldn't even breathe, like to torture them. Let's torture them in the worst possible way to do what? to force them to say, to force them to leave Islam

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to force them to leave Islam, but they did not leave Islam. And when they told him to praise Latin Rosa, they put stones on his chest until he couldn't breathe anymore. He couldn't even say anything. And they said, say I'm not a nurse is God.

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And he said I had a hadn't had meaning ALLAH is the only one one the only one the only one.

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Allah Subhana Allah has only one. And this is what they used to do to

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to the likes of Beulah the likes of the slaves.

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The first family that was tortured in the panel on Diana was the family of Yasser

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the family. We asked here, they were from

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they were they were the first family that accepted Islam as a whole and they didn't have any protection. And who were the people who are who are punished him the worst.

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They were from bunny Masoom

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And who were the people who used to punish? It wasn't someone from another tribe? Because you couldn't do that. Because if someone came from another tribe and punished you, then you would feel you would you would take offense to that, like, how could you? I don't you don't? Because of tribalism, if someone, if some your tribe, even if they're in the wrong, even if you don't like them, you protect your own people because they are from your tribe. Otherwise, your the status of your tribe being some being from your tribe is looked down upon, right? How's it looked down upon like, Oh, you guys don't even protect your own people. Then what's, what's the benefit of being from

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so and so clan or so and so tribe, when you don't protect your own people? And that's why even in America, America, or here in the United States, and also in the world? If something happens to you, and you're an American citizen? What does the embassy boys and embassy supposed to do for you?

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What are they supposed to do for you? But let's say something happens to you in another country. And even in that country, the Muslim like, let's say the Americans, not like that country.

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And the Americans, maybe they don't even like you, but they will still help you.

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Right? At least they're supposed to. Because you're an American citizen. You're American said because if they don't help you, then it then it lessens the value of being an American citizen.

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Like what's an American, you don't even protect your own people. And that's why when something happens around the world, the embassies are protecting their citizens because that's, it's this is the modern day tribalism

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by the one they tried. And that's why to kill your own people is really bad. Right to kill, or to allow someone else to do so. Even if they're in the wrong you protect them. Like, you know, many times in Singapore, the Singaporeans they say, you know, we will this person

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tried to smuggle drugs into our country, the law is that they will be killed, they will be executed as a result of them that they're breaking the law and everybody knows, you go to Singapore, you bring in drugs, you're killed. So even though that's the law, and that person broke the law,

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what is the American Embassy going to do? They're going to try to stop Singapore from executing their citizens. And it was an Australian, the Australian government is trying to go into stop, and it doesn't matter how who you are, whether you're wrong or not. And that's how it was, during a time of the profits of like,

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tribalism they used to say, one sort of haka volume and Elmas rumor, help your brother, whether he's oppressed or the oppressor.

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He's the oppressed, or the oppressor. And this was this, this isn't where they stopped, right. And this, they used to be, they used to say this, this was the this is what they used to, like, it was it was a common,

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you know, it was a common saying, and yeah, Helia you know, like, he's from your tribe, whether he's wrong or right, you have to help him. It doesn't matter. Because he's from your tribe, then you help him, you should always be on his side, you should always defend them or you should always help him. Whether he's wrong or right, it doesn't matter. But when did during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Messenger of Allah said, also a haka. volumen, Alma Luma. He said the same thing. And so the Companions, they were like, Wait,

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did we leave this behind? When we accepted Islam? So what do you mean by helping him? Yes, if he's oppressed, we help him but what if he's oppressing others? And so the Prophet said a lot, and I said, put a twist into this meeting. So you got their attention. And he says, stop him from oppressing others. Like we as Muslims, if they're wrong, you do not help them in the wrong way. But you stop them from committing the wrong that's how you help him.

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That's how you help them. And so, in Janelia, who are the people who are going to punish others, the people who used to punish? Were the people from your own family members from your own and you know what they used to do? They used to punish them in secret.

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Why? Because they did not want others like automatic Alpha. They didn't do it publicly.

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The rich, the people who are prominent, they didn't do it publicly. Why? Because it would be humiliating for their own tribe. But they did so privately. So even the likes of someone like him not fun. He was tortured severely, to the point where his skin

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color changed. Do you know why skin color change?

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You know, when you put chicken on fire, and you cook the chicken skin, the chicken changes color. They used to tie him up and put a fire under him. And they would give him just enough food and water for him to survive. They wouldn't kill him. They wouldn't make it hot enough to kill them. But they didn't need it hot and they didn't want him to kill him, but they wanted him to leave Islam. And these, this is what they used to do. But the first family

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the fact that one of the families that was

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persecuted was the family of the Asad. And they were from from from burning

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and burning zoom where they were, they were the worst. They will the arch rivals of Banu Hashim. So they did not like that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was claiming prophethood because if he was truly a prophet and messenger that they would have to listen to him also. And he's from, he's from the rival clan. He's from the rival Club. We're not gonna listen to him. And so will Joe Hall and others they are from Sonoma Zoo. And so the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would pass by the family of yas here and he would say to AB Shiro

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Amma Ali Asad in the marina come with Jana. So good good, give glad tidings

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glad tidings of valuable amount of ammo for family of the asset, indeed, your promise places agenda, your places agenda. Now why did the prophets of Allah and he was hella stop them

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from punishing

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because at the beginning, there was no number one there was, there was no resorting to violence. Because if you resort to violence on your weak and your small a number, then they would kill you. And they would finish Islam off once and for all. And another thing is because the Messenger of Allah has from the rival tribe says why you stopped me This is our own people, we can do whatever we want to them.

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We can do whatever we want to them. You're from Baruch Hashem, we from burning Maxim, like you, what do you what do you have to do with us? If we want to punish them for accepting Islam, then we punish them, for example.

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And so they they treated them in the worst way. And they killed them in the most the worst way.

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To set an example for other people from burning, assume they don't ever accept Islam.

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From the very beginning, how did they kill out?

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How did they kill Amara? Oh, yes, sir. They tied him. They tied his hands and limbs, and they let the horses and camels go in different directions.

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They tore him apart.

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They tore him apart. And whether they killed his wife, they killed Somalia by

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killing her, and stabbing her in the worst place

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for a woman

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like to humiliate them in the worst way possible. And so this was, this is what they did to the Muslims. Why? Because they did not want others to accept this lab.

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But still

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people. So if you accepted Islam, it was because you truly believed

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because it's not easy. And that's why the reward of those who accepted Islam at the beginning is so much greater because it's not the same as in Medina when everybody's already Muslim Alhamdulillah Allah Allah, Allah Hey, Brother, do you know you Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, and they come here, they come trying to harm you torture, you kill you, bring you to jail, like sort of The Who, who would accept Islam in that situation?

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Only the best, and that's why they are the best of the companions. So yes, yes.

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If he was, you know, he,

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he was killed. And again, I remember I said a modern he was, they were going to kill a mark to

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they were going to kill a mob and he was a boy, after seeing Bo. He, he said what they told him to say. And of course, from that situation, we learn what happened to a we learn a ruling, and that it is permissible when someone's put in a position of coercion, that they are able to,

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to say such things and it would not be

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something that would be considered cool for and take them outside the state of Islam. And so, and everyone of course,

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We all know Bilal and Habib Nora was one of the most tortured also, and

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another's, there were others who were, who were tortured. But you know, aboubaker de la nice to look for these slaves when he realized that they accepted Islam. And let's look at the data and lay that out right?

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When someone accepts Islam

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some you're going to be tortured,

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especially the slaves. So what did I Google can do?

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I will work on whenever their slave that accepted Islam he would try to buy, he would go and buy and that's what he did was be that and another one was, I'm a hero. So what does that do? That gives strength to those also? Like, how much how will workers spend his money in the path of Allah? Like how he did? He would spend no matter what the price of that slave what he would buy, he would buy it from the owner and so of course the other slaves was like oh, you know what, if I accept Islam

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Yeah, they might punish me, but I hope inshallah Abu Bakr back up and buy me from and free. Right. So those who are accepting who, who accept to start accepting Islam, Abu Bakr, the law, who was a very wealthy merchant, in fact, did you know that Abu Bakr was the best, the best businessman in Mecca.

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Aisha Herman herself, he said, Can I will work at ropery I will work who was the most, the best businessman, the best merchant of all, the planet was the best.

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But he was so generous, he would spend all his money in the path of Allah and supporting the dollar. Imagine the 1000s and 1000s to for us like 1000s and 1000s of dollars, buying the slaves when they accept this lap, so that they won't be torture, so that they wouldn't be tortured. And he would spend

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a huge amount. And you know, there are others also also, the Nero and others, amongst the early slaves accepted Islam that will Bukhara de la. Not only did he make Dawa, but he spent so much of his money in the path of Allah. And that's why you wonder what why would that boubakeur Do like from the very beginning, he was with the Messenger of Allah, supporting the Dawa, supporting the Muslims being at the service of Islam and the Muslims. His whole family was at the service of Islam and the Muslims, his children, and those who recently freed slaves that he had, they were at the sermon at the service of Islam in the Muslim that's what I've heard him before Hara he was the one that helped

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also in the era of the prophets of Allah, honey. And so others the whole family of Abu Bakr, Radi Allahu anhu, was involved from the very beginning, at the service of Islam and the Muslims, and none of the companions. None of the companions had both their parents, mother and father, everyone in the family is Muslim.

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And this is one of the blessings of the family of a hobo Abu Bakar, his whole family and the oldest here during the time during the other during the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Many companions accepted Islam, but their whole families never accepted Islam. There was always someone in their family that didn't accept Islam. But Abu Bakar family,

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everyone accepted Islam, including his parents, his children, and everyone was at the service of Islam and Muslims.

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Everyone was at the service of Islam and awesome that was a family of a worker. Radi Allahu Anhu. And so in sha Allah, we wanted to I wanted to end here, and tomorrow we'll have Hadith and today, next week, we'll continue with

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tear of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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anyone have any questions? Yes.

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The other Yes.

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They were, they were, they were the slaves. They were slaves, but they belong to by Numazu they belong to Burma. But they were also the things also sometimes when a slave is the become the molar they usually consider them to be part of the part of their you know, like part of their tribe anyways. And that's why anytime you come into and those days, like if you're if you're a freed slave from person from the from the particular family

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But for taking a family, then you took that family's name. Usually, that's why we have a lot of time you say more or less so and so. And because of that, because, you know, you become sort of like part of that family. And so they were slaves, but they were, you know, the whole family was sort of like, you know, they're, they're not like part of them, but they're still considered part of a part of them, running Masoom family. So if someone, let's say, this slave, belongs to this family, and if another person attacked that slave, they would even protect them.

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They were they were protected, because tribalism was big. It's like, Hey, this is ours. These are our people, like even their slaves are still our people. And that they were, they would still protect it. And they will still consider them part of their family. But like I said, anyone, and the reason why they were, they would not have, you know, like, harm that publicly. But because they were living lower in status, that's why they did so. But if there were many from zoom, there were some from animal zoom, that they would actually, you know, if they hear about them,

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thinking about accepting Islam, they would go to them right away. And they would, before they would make sure that they would punish that person. And sometimes, you know, like, when you have something in your family, right, you don't want anyone to hear about it.

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Right? You don't want anyone hear about it. So if someone, like for example, even now, like let's say someone from your family, a sister marries, or it's your has, you know, does something improper for brother, there's something improper, that he's that that person is part of the tribe, what do you try to do?

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Like, Hey, come on. He's, even though he's not like your brother or sister, but he's from your tribe? It's not from your tribe, you don't? You don't what do you call it, you know, put your dirty laundry out for other people to see. So you try to cover everything up, because anything that happens in your tribe is, it's your reputation, auto, it's your reputation. So they had a lot of that also. And one of the things was accepting Islam was like,

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was was something that was considered very, very, very, very, like, like, you know, very, very shameful, shameful for someone to accept this slap. Right? It's just like us also nowadays, like, if you have someone in your family member, like, leave Islam, you would like, you know, sometimes you would be embarrassed, even though like, you know, they made the decision, but still, it was from your own tribe, your own family members, like that's not

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that's not a good thing. And so, but the thing is that the worst thing here is that sometimes, them doing that they hated Islam so much that they want, they will do it publicly.

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They will do it publicly. And to show that this, they we hate this lab, we hid Islam so much that this is from our own tribe, and we're still persecuting them in front of you guys.

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And that's how much they hated Islam. They hated Islam more than they love their own tribes, the reputation of the onslaught tribe, up to that point and so this is something that is, you know, that was prevalent during the time of the prophets of Allah and herself.

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