Adnan Rajeh – Returning to Madeenah

Adnan Rajeh
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the importance of acknowledging painful experiences and not ignoring them, as well as the historical context of Islam. They stress the need to show respect and love for one's family, and mention a video he made about a woman named Nupur. They also talk about a woman named Heidi who died at a young age.
AI: Transcript ©
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Muhammad Ali he was like a big man or bad.

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So there are two more sessions inshallah to today tonight and then next week and we'll inshallah conclude the CLR, the Prophet alayhi salatu salam for the fourth time, and the planet inshallah brought throughout August is that there will be there will be events inshallah on Saturday nights.

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Now we'll be attending, I'll be running some of them, some of them the team will be running and they'll be focused to a certain degree on outreach aspects of maybe be opening the doors for people who don't usually come to massage it or for friends who don't usually don't show up. And we'll try to set things up in a way where there's more social aspect to it. And there's still in shelters and benefit for families and for people who like to actually come. But we won't, I won't restart this halacha officially until the beginning of September in Charlotte. So throughout August, there'll be some there'll be four events for with our four weeks, obviously for Saturday, so do for events, I

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may not be here for all of them, but we will kind of share with you as we go along with what they look like. You're encouraged to obviously show up and to help and to participate. And they will come back and show us September with either this again or with something different. We'll see how I ate when I decided to do it. So

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where we are right now is what I already did last week, as I shared with you the final sermon or the Farewell Sermon sorry, the Farewell Sermon of the Prophet it assaulted on during during his hedging is only final and only hedge that he performed some Allah Hi, Simon Salam. And well, today we're going to talk about him coming back to Medina. He would leave he would leave Macaulay salatu salam towards the end of the hedge. Yeah, he would stay there till the you would fit he would say that you have to shift and he would stay in Mecca for maybe a two to three weeks or so afterwards and they would come back towards the beginning of Muharram. You will make his way back to Medina he'll salatu

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salam, it will stay there in Mecca because during the time that he was there, obviously a lot of a lot of people were there. 100,000 people showed up for Hajj. So a lot of them had not many of them had not really met him or spent time with him Alia Salatu was Salam because they accepted Islam within that year, the year before Ahmed will food the between year nine and 10 that year where a lot of people tend to this time and the number it kind of skyrocketed from maybe 15,000 or 20,000 to 150,000. So a lot of them did not did not have opportunity to actually go learn from him anything out of your slotzo said I'm gonna spend time with him. So they took the opportunity of him being

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there in Mecca for hedge and he spent a lot of time with people out of a lot Twister I'm explaining and teaching a lot of the Hadith that we have, yeah, but there's a there's a large number of a hadith that we have in the Sunnah of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam that were there confusing Hadith because there are many Hadith that happened in Mecca.

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You know what I mean? So, there are very few a hadith that are Mechi the Quran is Makina Danny Quran is either revealed in Mecca in the first 13 years or in Medina, the last 10 years or 11 years, a hadith we have very few that were narrated to us from the McKee period, very few. It's just the reality of the matter. We don't have a lot of authentic narrations from that period, because of the small number of Muslims and because by the time the narration picked up, people start memorizing stuff. It was towards the end of his life on his thoughts and so they had forgotten a lot of the details that happened at the beginning. So we have a haze of general thing, general rules, just

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general milestones are important points of what happened we don't have a lot of but then you go in this in the Sunnah and you'll find that a lot of a hadith that narrated in Mecca and if you don't understand the context, you think that there before he's you know, these were during his Hajj during that time towards the end of his life, it is so not so people actually actually think the Hadith if you if you if you don't know that you can get very confused. And I've seen people actually, I saw someone writing write a full blown essay on this in university. And he was trying to

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explain something that was completely wrong. And the point was, I remember the point Yeah, what you didn't this hadith was not narrated during his before he joined this was there in Macau way after the 1011 theory but it had missed that so we do have a lot of iterations from that time slot to assignment performed this hedge he would walk during certain times would be on his swat the his chi camel that he had on your site to summon certain times because it got so busy. It was a good one even a secret. It was a to learn from me the rituals of hedge and people would ask me that I said Allah, I did help before I did run made me for jalapeno. If Allah holidays and Charlie's on for the

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majority of the questions during hydrous do it and there is no hierarchy. There's no problem and how you sequence it as long as you're doing it here before Mr. wivalley Your salatu salam and he would stand Ali Assad was

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sticking his torso in his stomach to the to the the militarism between the door and the Hydra sweat. And he would saw about a yo salatu salam and ohata who was a very it took him a couple of a while for it to kind of transition his soul or spiritual status. And then he started Prophet alayhi salaam sobbing and he started to cry himself and the prophet Ali Hassan would look at him and say, Okay, I'm waiting for her Hoonah to scumbled

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Cry Yama.

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This is where this is where you cry. And if you don't do it elsewhere, I'm gonna that's fine. But this is where you do it, you almost know the Allahu Anhu standard. And the Sahaba would narrate to us through many Hadith, when the Sunnah of the Prophet is on the details of how he performed the love of what he would say when he would start just off and then guess what now we will go around and what is actually a lot of the deeper protect him from other billable rate and the rock Millia Murni. And they will come by and all these details that I love. And I'm gonna also point out to us good memory because they watched Him out of your source and performed this as he was being washed out of

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his last run by people like everyone was watching him as he performed this Hijazi because to him this was this was the only hygiene would ever perform within Islam. And for him it was homecoming. It's been 10 years since he was able to come back to Mecca and the status that he came back to Mecca in when he performed his Hajj. And he knew in his heart I thought this was the final time that he was not going to be able to come back here again. You would never go back and see the Kaaba and perform tawaf and I can only imagine what his his mindset was when this was happening because knowing that this was the last this is his last appointment with the with the beauty of this place

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and the the sanctity of this of the space that he was in Allianz taught to us to them, and they will just watch him as he as he moved from auto fine. I was ready for the whole time Alia soya bake Allahu Mala bake and in constant this via we have integrations with the Prophet Allah your songs and we'll be standing was deliver the Allahumma in the Qatar sama Alcala me with our McCarney with our Alamo city where I learned it when I offer ally cache on memories Yola you see where I am, you hear what I say? Everything you know all that which I make public and that's what I keep secret. Nothing about me is hidden to you. And you can Yeah, movies. Yeah. Moogerah monsters urien lethal mysteries,

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you know, the one who takes care, or the one who responds to those who call upon Him in fear. Oh, the one who can respond to the ones who call upon him and in weakness out of your sight when you make this this long do it your salatu salam and Danny for himself. And at the end of it, he would always ask Allah subhanaw taala for forgiveness. I think it's awesome during this idea, you would ask Allah, Allah to forgive him. And yeah, need to grant him a compassion and to put him amongst a halogen or Salalah alayhi salatu salam, and make dua for his own money, his love to us

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every step of the way, you'd make dua for his own muscle Allah on your side, you sell him and he would perform Romila Murata, Aliya salatu salam, and he would Yanni stay in Mina for the three days of tertiary and he would only yell hallelujah Elisa, he he would slaughter the need for the sake of Allah Obeah. And the narration is that he slaughtered is Otto CERAM 63 or 63. But that that for each one for each year of his life under his Salatu was Salam. And then he did the 64th at the annual meeting, he did this for all those from his Alma who cannot won't be able to afford to perform obihiro Alia So Sam and he gave me I need two people he took nothing home. So Allah is I'm settling

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for him from any of this. And a story I like towards the end of his Hajj in the collection of your Muhammad. One of the people there was a man called mama and my mother was in charge of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam stuff like he took care of the camels and his his whatever luggage he had. I mean, he wasn't responsive. He didn't he was a barber. He did the help. And he was with one of the people was always with the profile to heal. Salatu Salam. So one day towards the end of hydrogen Prophet alayhi salam called him because he wanted to have his hair and he shaved off Bacala mama So Mama was coming in he's preparing everything for Carla to fit inside a lava and I'm finding that

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when I'm we're moving on the camel, like the luggage everything is loose.

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And we have cars today so it's not as but if you're if you're if you're moving on on animals, you need everything to be tied up appropriately and he said everything is loose. Yeah mama what's what's going on?

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Colorado hub Manchaca Lee McCarney, Minka Lita, step De La Nina, every whoever did this is the person who was upset of how close I am to you and they want you to get rid of me. That's why That's why this is happening. Someone is a conspiracy.

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He's saying basically, I didn't do it as someone who doesn't like me doesn't like the fact that I'm so close to that I can always spend time with you and I'm responsible for your your caravan basically. So they're trying to make make flyers so that you can get rid of me. Oh, God, if I can. Maybe it needs to be fine. I'm not going to do that. I'll keep you with me.

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Eating if I tell who Bill moose Bill Musa Musa are the we call it moose, but it's the blade. But I tell her we're gonna hold on sorry. It'll be Allah who I know for Jack Ma sha Allah who are halacha chef Kurata CLA mentor mahalo Pasha.

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And he had he said he had his head shaved and he has a lot to say on the right side first, the left side second, and his hair was distributed amongst people that day.

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They usually they usually come and fight over this stuff. And people would be shoving and pushing if he made will doors. So this time he didn't do that on his assault was RAM. He talked about how you take it and distribute it to people so that they're not shoving and fighting over. Some people people have

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I've got till this day, till this day people have Yanni they've inherited a hair from the Prophet alayhi salatu salam said till this day I went and saw this, they just say, look, I hate Aloha morphemes, we actually went over to the heavens to see he is one of the either holy ganja

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Imam and one of the great scholars of himself were humble. And he has a Hasani and a chef. So he's one of the descendants of saying that hasn't been Ali. So this, a lot of this stuff stayed in the family of the profile, so I have to say them. So they don't really they don't go around showing this to others, they don't do a showcase. It's not in museums and not open, these are things that are still kept in homes and you don't even get access to it unless the it You're very lucky. I was lucky because the shift that I was with is also has any chef any any any wanted to so he took me with him. So I went and actually saw one of the hairs with the profiles on the lies like we said him, so they

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still exist, and people still have the column I felt Sharifa meaning the

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remnants of himself, and he has taught us that there may be hairs from his, from his, from his head, especially on that day of how he allowed it to be distributed, or pieces of clothing or a piece of

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cloth from from his shoe or a cloth from from his body and stuff like that still exist. Obviously people have abused that idea, abused it horrifically. And they make things up to make money. But and anyone who has something that is authentic, would not charge a dime, I can tell you for sure. And anyone who asked me was authentic is not coming to me and telling people that he does so that people come and visit him. This is something that is very low kept low case. And it's not something that's shared. And the only way you'd have access to it is if you were a student of Ebola, that was one of the scholars that I knew we ended up having an associate in His house in Damascus, I had spent maybe

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12 years learning from Him. And He only told me at the end before I left, because he was leaving. So wanted to share it with me before I left he felt that he shouldn't I told him you had this we're told, here's that you haven't told me publish it. They don't they don't they don't share these things. And they pass it down family upon family. And it's there's nothing you can say what's the point?

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this is what I've asked this question, what's the point?

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If you need to ask that question, then I don't know how to help you. And I, no one is claiming that there's any magical powers in any of this. No one is claiming that this is a way for you to forgive your sins. But you're telling me you wouldn't want to see something that came from him sort of nice. Like I said them no.

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Like, I don't know what to tell you. If you know that something was once a part of him out of his thoughts was that if you truly know who he was, and that means something to you then

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the example is simple if if you have a father or grandfather whom you dearly loved, and they passed away anything from them, anything they're sent, they're sent to the piece of clothing that carries somehow the remnants of their central means something to you because because you love them and the property is also nothing there's no you don't go and we're not you don't go into a dumpster and double work with it. But this is this is something from him it was it was very meaningful. It really is and if you end up in your life if you're lucky and you're 14 you run into someone who has something like that then take advantage to expose yourself to it and see it and sit in moment there

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and just reflect on on the status of the person who had this with them. So Allah hottie body was like you said them so my mother would

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shave his head and then he would come to trim his lair. I'm not going to standing in front of the Prophet alayhi salam was that with the blade and he's so he the rough guy some jokes, Clara Yamamoto um Kanika rasool Allah He

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may now hurry he theatrical Musa the Prophet Muhammad, the prophet has allowed you to take the blade to his neck and he has given you this

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Bacala Muhammad Allah Lika manera Mattila here Allah Yeah, well probably this is the the great blessing of Allah upon me that I can do that. Although I can maybe it is on your calendar, I'm okay to like yes, yes, indeed it is. And he will achieve the fix the prophets of Allah how to save his energy.

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The story The reason I like this story, because you can feel like in the way he's speaking now, you can feel that he knows the end is very, very soon. Like the way he's saying what he's saying what he's doing a little bit different. He's a bit slower. So he's a bit calmer. He's led. He doesn't He's not speaking as much as he doesn't even speak much to begin with, but now it's much less. He's doing it. He never He never gave any of his hair ever. He never did this. During hygiene, he did it he knew this was towards the end that this may be meaningful someday. Maybe someday this will do so they'll help someone in some way. There's just you can feel the Prophet alayhi salatu salam knowing

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that this is not not not much time has left so he would return back out of yourselves then when he was done his hygiene

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to Medina and and on the way there he would find out and I'll share this story with you before we go ahead and go through the the final pieces. You would find out on the way back that the Romans see now the prophet Isaiah Sato said I'm had built a country. There is a financial system, the centralized financial is a cause being gathered financial, financial centralization, that's an army it sounds to them. He's a political

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leader, there's a law, there are certain rules everyone has to follow. There's a country now. Now Arabia is a country. It's not just scattered tribes that have been fighting. No, he has, he has the loyalty or the lions, or the legions of all the tribes, all the major tribes of Arabia, all the smaller ones don't really matter. But all the major tribes are now in alliance with the Prophet Allah, He starves them, and they've offered their loyalty, and they will follow. And whatever he commands that he saw to sell them is the case, as as we saw when he went in for the 10,000. And he populated army that he had from all over the tribe, and now drink hedge even more 100,000 people

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were there to follow along with him, it has a lot to him. It's very, very important, very meaningful. So now, as you can imagine, the political

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the political scene in the region is changing. And any empire Kingdom is getting worried now. Now there's a there's a force down in the in the peninsula, there's something that is that we don't it doesn't seem that it's containable anymore, doesn't seem like they're not fighting anymore. And there's there's no rivalries, we can't really pay or give money or give weapons to the people who are fighting as they do today, as they do today, in our region till this day, are they fighting who's weak, give them some weapons, so that they now can balance and fight out a bit more, who's making out we'll give them who cares whether they you know, they have any ethics or not, doesn't

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matter, just keep on giving them weapons and money. So they can keep on fighting for a very long time, and the region will continue to

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drown, and in poverty and ignorance and corruption forever and ever. And we knew we're not we're not really doing anything to help stop it. But that's that's how it has always been told they couldn't find anyone to pay you anymore. So the only group that they were, they found that they could give money to Lebanon and urbanize is a small area just north of Malta, where they were the last battle, if you remember. So the probability is one cent that that army to move to if you remember, and they'd even had either Allahu Anhu and Jaffa and Abdullah who are the leaders in the hive, and when he took over, and it was a strategic victory even though they didn't actually beat the other army

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because of the difference of the numbers were it was insane. But strategically they had they had basically sent them back and then taboo was was when he went farther it is thought to us and to scare them off. And now the Romans are paying again, Lebanon and they're sending them basically weapons and an army to try and do so the profit today so somebody couldn't didn't doesn't wait t he has all this information immediately. So he prepares an army during suffer of the Levin the you again a month before he passed away on a saucer, he will prepare this army and he would put upon it the leader that's why I'm gonna tell you the story now because soon we're going to come towards the

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end and I don't want to be distracted by so.

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He put on the army with sama bin Zaid? Well, Sam Evans he was 17 years old at the time, meaning the leader of this army was Sam admins. He was 17 years old. And within the Army was oboe and Amarnath, man and ally, Bader and why all these all these great names were amongst the people were in this army.

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In the proper order, you saw something called upon Osama explained to him it had the opener for older Highlander, Hazel macdaddy a week go and where you're going to position yourself as where your father died. Whereas Aiden, there's a hadith in the Hadith and Mota as he was. And then he gave him gave him a certain instructions out of his saw to someone how long to wait, who to go after what you're trying to achieve, where you're trying to get an army positioning so that we were, again, you're sitting there, he's securing his board, right, and you'll still want to go and do that, and then come back, it's going to take them a while to prepare this army. So the army was going to start

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talking about it and muharram he appointed Oussama as the leader of this army, and he's gonna take another month to prepare everything to actually go on this on this journey. As we all know, he wasn't around he assaulted him with his arm he actually left. But what happened in this story is why I'm telling you this story, or there's more than one reason. But the main reason is that when he when he appointed to Simon explained to him what to do. Certain people didn't like it. I'm not not the biggest Sahaba not the great names not overthrown with these guys were fine with it. But other Sahaba were a bit newer people who didn't like the fact that it was some 17 year old was going to be

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a leader of an army within the Army or people who are 40 5060 years of senior people who had more combat experience. People who are leaders have armies in the past like they were combat aren't Yanni

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warriors in the battle, so they didn't like it. So they started talking, a little bit of gossip going around again, and it made its way to the ears of the Prophet wanting a slot to Assam during the time he was he was ill as I'll point out very soon, he was ill so he would come out as law to Islam and you've been on the number. Now after you left

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Mecca, and you're doing a Farewell Sermon. He will speak to people three more times. He will address people three more times before he passes away out of his thought to Islam. I'll talk to you about one today. This is another one and this is the final one. In the smaller obviously addresses because he's not talking. The reason that we make a big deal of the Farewell Sermon is you guys spoke 200,000 You speak to 100,000 that when you're speaking to under 1000 You choose your topics very

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carefully, right? It's much more generic, you're, you're talking to the whole room, but he's talked a few more times to people from the member. It's not going to be 100,000 It'll be maybe, maybe 1015 102,000 Whatever the numbers are smaller numbers. And obviously important, but smaller numbers is more specific to specific to certain occurrences. And in this case, it was because they were talking, but the private prison got upset for Holden, who was involved in shady they got very upset he got into him but Bacara Yeah,

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I saw him and Joel to Samata Amira and Aliko you're upset that I made Osama Amir Acacio Kona, if he emailed it to him, you are doubting his ability to lead Allah He might have I don't want to come after altum fie EB HeMan Pavan. It's exactly what you said when they put his father

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when kinda Abba who, when kind of the Khalifa when kinda hula Khalifa and Bill Imara when the hula Julian on behalf were in Nomada, Ledger, the ledger Derani be clearly higher. And not only was his father worthy of leadership as he proved it when he when he died or the law who I know is a Shaheed on there as a mark Mark was martyred on the 90 on the battlefield. And his son is also worthy of leadership. And they were both worthy of all hire when no matter how good nice he lay, and they are amongst the two people that I love the most in this world. That's why we work with so little later saying, You say I'm only 35 Because Zetas dead are the Allahu Allah. That's the only reason I made

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it. The only I'm here because Zaid was in Iran because if Satan was around and it would go to him, he the Prophet alayhi salam pointed out specifically that he was someone who was worthy of leadership worthy of being an Amir, Allah, Allah, Allah, who I know was that Allah Allah said them, he was mean, but that's what that's what he said, You got to remember. And that's what he said. And he explained that to people so people would calm down. Now it took around a month to get the army ready. By the time the army was before the army would leave three or four nights before the army was ready to leave. They would come and tell me that the Prophet saw that you saw to sit on his on his

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deathbed. There was someone going with what obeyed and Lakota and and he was happy with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, during those last moments, and he would be there during his burial. And, and the, and the army had not left yet. The army was still there. And of course, it took a few days to get through the

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tsunami of emotions that occurred after he passed away on a histological assignment. The pain that we have never healed will never heal from once since he died. So Allah he's gonna sell them. But then the army has to move. So Abaco was told by people again, why don't you put someone else in

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a corner, a whole lot of production, aka Rasulullah. He did want me to undo a crocodile meaning or not that the Prophet Allah is taught to us and I'm tied with his own hands. He's saying the prophet Isaiah made salmon with his own. He made him Amir Do you want me to there's a knot that he taught me to go into, and undo that not follow Allah He loved and then about I thought, well, Selma, without Osama will leave and he will be the leader, as the Prophet alayhi salatu salam said, the only person who didn't go or only two people didn't go well, bucket number.

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One is the Khalifa had to stay because you're an Omar asked for an exemption to because he had he was going to be the call leader in the title. So they say but everyone else went with salmonella when he went, and he went to exactly what the prophet Allah is also, I'm told the Moto, and he established an army positioning there, and he secured the border, and no, actually nothing. There was actually no actual war, he just went west, the army moved, the other group basically stopped just just basically moving, removing themselves, and he established the borders.

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But really, to me the story, the beauty of this story, and this is not Yanni. This is where I think the symbolism actually exists in his writing, because it's very, it's very meaningful. And he put a 17 year old gentleman,

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as our leader of an army 1770, which had over 17 or 17 year olds in the room 70 I imagine that I think about that for a moment, taking that victim, take a moment and let that sink in. That you are 17 and the Prophet alayhi salatu salam felt it to be very much appropriate for you to be the leader of an army. And it's not a leader of an army of great fibers, or is it a bunch of 10 year olds? No, it's an army with people who are 40 or 50 years older than you, if not more people who have a lot more experienced than you. But the problem is, I used something do this out of nepotism, know who Salma had led 10 previous

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conquests, meaning Osama had already been sent by the prophet Isaiah started with smaller groups to perform specific tasks in terms of securing areas and removing threats and fighting a smaller groups 10 times before so he trained him out of your slot to assign it's not that was how I just came out of nowhere. He didn't tell him Okay, turn off the Xbox was my income and lead an army. No, it was found I had been doing work for a very long time who someone had been on the front front lines he had he had fought with the Prophet Allah He saw me every single day

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idle, and he had led 10 Different Congress himself. And he went to go into head still with all of that. 17 is very young. And that's why some of these people didn't like it. That's why we have this documentation of people, you know, arguing and complaining, and it making it way to the ears of the Prophet Allah, you saw them in getting on the mend, but he got upset and told them no, he is worthy, just like his father was. And you're gonna say, What about him what you said about his father doesn't matter. And they're worthy of and I loved them, and he's going to go, and he didn't listen to anybody. And some people didn't like it, he didn't care out of his thought to me, he didn't go

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and make the older hygiene feel better. He didn't do it, we have to do it.

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That is 60% of my job, making the older hajis happy, and making sure that they're not too upset. He didn't do that out of your soul to Islam, he didn't feel the need. And he put the 17 year old on an army. And whoever didn't like that, don't go. This is not this is not optional, to grant youth need space to lead to empower them, to take a risk on them, to give them a place to actually do something and let them make mistakes and let them fail. But let them go ahead. So that there's someone else to carry the baton later, when we're gone, that there's someone else to actually care that the only reason I sit here amongst in front of you is because people took risks on me when I was younger,

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they allowed me to do stuff, he allowed me to go ahead and try and speak and lead prayer and do and I was horrible. I was really really bad. I actually was stupid enough at that time to make to make recordings. This before you know, modern day phones now you can do it. Back in the day. If you wanted to actually do a recording you needed like a you know that cassette you had to press like the to record and play you don't even know what I'm talking about. Like, are we they started making something called an mp3. This was like a stick. It's a condiment and you don't make them anymore. But they used to make a stick of the mp3 stick and you get you're able to record it. And to actually

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download that to your computer was literally you needed like a PhD and whatever take up the time to actually do this. But I did I actually recorded from 2003 and 2003. This is what now 20 years ago, I have recording is everyone once I made the mistake of going back and listening to them. And I immediately deleted everything I deleted at all. I don't want any evidence of this being my past because I was so bad. Like how did they put up with this, but that's how it there's no other way to do it. There's no other way to do it. Of course I was bad. I was 17 and 18. Of course I didn't know what I was doing. Of course, I had no idea how to do what I was doing. But that doesn't matter. And

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that's okay because that's how you empower a generation. He He empowered you from the grave Alia salatu salam, right from his grave because Oussama didn't actually leave when his during his life. The time was I'm actually actually led the army, the prophet Addison was under the ground, and the army still went. He empowered us from the Grace of Allah Hi, CIBJO Salam before he did it all his late but it continued as the only the only effect the only actual direct effect of his of his commands, obviously everything is is his effect out of his love to us. And so let me just misunderstand what I'm saying. But the direct command that actually continued after he that was was

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Osama's Bife

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was the fact that it was time a city when he went to do this. And I don't know any other way for an OMA to get on his feet, aside from from mentoring and coaching and the training their youth and preparing them to lead men and women. It wasn't just the guys know he loves data, you saw some many, many young women who did the same. He left his wife Aisha and an almost selama and smacked me that he buckled and fought remember to copy left ladies after him who continued to educate the if you go back and study a little bit and fill in Hadith, you'll find that they don't get because it doesn't matter. They just stick to like the debate the basic scholars like Abu Hanifa and Malik and chef and

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but if you go back and you see who educated the people who educated up the people who educated them, you will find that a lot of these chains, go back to Asia or go back to a Muslim or go back go back to some of these ladies who were who dedicated their lives for Educate to educate these people. So the values wasn't left behind him. So Allah Azza wa sallam, people who were trained, what skill sets were young at the time, but because he did that,

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and this had been medical biller, one who was one of the most important scholars of Islamic law, and as was a child during his life when he was a child. He was 22. When the Prophet passed away, he was 22 years old. That's it. He spent with him 10 years or 11 years, learning from him. Because the Prophet alayhi wasallam taught him and trained him and and built him up. He lived in until he was maybe they say around 100 And he was well over an oxygen area and he went Do you went beyond that? For sure. And it was in his late 90s When I will honey if I heard him

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saying the connection. I bought honey but then I'm on the great scholar of Islam heard and heard from the Prophet Allah He has a lot to us and that connection lived on and has continued to educate them. This is why if you don't mark them in Jebel, similar story, you take these younger Names of Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah Subhana Allah has been the ability that the big names of these people

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We're individuals who were young, but the Prophet alayhi salatu salam believed in them. And he trained them. He coached him and he strength and he empowered them. And he didn't listen to what other people had to say. He didn't care what people liked or didn't like it. It didn't matter to him, he continued to do to stick to he stayed the course on his salatu salam. And he made sure that course was stayed even after he died, said Allah Hadees like Muslim and that's why that's why the OMA that's why they omitted Islam, the Omo Islam exploded. That's why within 30 years, you went from living in a small peninsula to three continents. That's why

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it's because he did that. And no one that doesn't do that isn't only that's going nowhere. nowhere, nowhere at all. We are not trying actively to train or next generation and give them leadership positions, not based on nepotism, not because he's been full on or even full on. Now, because this is his family name. No, but because of their merits, because of their Oussama was not related to the profile that you thought it was.

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He wasn't he wasn't related to him, he loved him. He loved his zeta as a son, but it wasn't a son wasn't his blood. Very important. At the end, who said it was not Z, the Prophet, it sounds blood. But it doesn't matter. Because that never mattered. To him, it is awesome. That was never an issue that mattered at all. And that's, I think, the beauty of the story of the bath of Sam, and I'm pointing it out to you because it happened. It happened in the midst of all the stories that I'm going to share with you today and next week. And I think it's very, very meaningful. And that's what we're trying to do here.

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That's the point of this place, really,

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if you go to our website, there's a vision and the mission, and values and all this other stuff. And you can read it all and sort of at the end, if you want to nutshell this is what this is about. This is to make sure that the next generation has a space to come and learn, to be educated, to be mentored to be coached, take their time and grow. So they can make mistakes, someone can be there to help them out to move them forward. That's the point of all of this. And if the fact that every message is not doing that actively, that masajid are not investing their time and that that's not their main goal is just very very upsetting. Honestly, the fact that you miss Michelle massager

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don't make that their main goal of just if just doing that I don't understand what else are you doing then? What other goal could there possibly be aside from that we are in OMA that's in a very difficult situation. We need the next generation to be better than the current one De Soto Saddam had the best generation ever and he still did that. Like the generation of people you had were the best that will ever live that ever lived. No one will ever come no generational come even remotely close to who they were. And yet he invested all this time in training the next one and because he did that we are here today and have you not done that I can tell you Islam would have not been what

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it is today and a lot of the people I am one amongst them would have basically just disappeared because it's done never made it to us. You can come from Syria come from parts of Africa or come to the subcontinent it would have gone that far. We've stayed in a very small area though the end of it, but we're here today because I think it stops and I'm actually took time to do that.

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So your turn to Medina had a slight twist to them. And what they started to notice about him on ASR. That means that he began

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to pray sitting down more often. This is where you'd find in in the in the NFL that the provider you saw to Islam would pray his sunnah on his feet like he wouldn't even stand up anymore for his son now

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this is where he the Prophet of Islam was start feels solid sometimes standing and then you get tired and he would continue the funnel sitting and everyone had to sit like if the amount of seats y'all have to sit you can't just say well, I'll stay I know the mom said she said and it's only happened a few times with Dr. Allison was was praying they got tired and the second like I couldn't stand anymore so we'd sit in everyone who's sitting behind him it is Saltos because he's getting he was getting and and what we believe is that the Prophet he assisted about one point a few things. And there's a story and I'm gonna point this out just because I want to make sure that my opinion

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here is clear so that if you hear it, you know

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what do you think about it? The Prophet Allah Islam was asked when he came back from India from well, actually before hajj, he was asked to go to have food at a person's house from Al Kitab they were not Muslims. So he would go and he would always do this on his throne to Aslan, and a lady who had prepared the food had put poison in the food

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and the Prophet Allah you saw him before he swallowed it had to take a bite did you bring with you on this point? Would you would you spit it out? But a part of the poison would actually cause him some pain Allah he's awesome and another so have you eaten I've already eaten the piece would die. And the prophit is also in the in the Sahaba forgave her he did she was not punished. Like he didn't he didn't punish even though she admitted the poison and the guy died from it and the Prophet Allah Islam was was was febrile and had fevers for a couple of nights and they went to hygiene they came back and he continued to get tired and he would say that Katara booty indolic Assume the time will

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come where my where my jugular will or my order will explode from from from the from the poison.

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In addition to that offered, still had that effect on him. It has led to a sound when he fell in know how he bled. He bled a lot. I mean, he's still out

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was thorough, and it was when you bleed a lot and you're in your late 50s, your body does not regenerate this as quickly as you would if you did it in your 20s or your 30s. So you can see it from a health perspective. For years and years and years, he was getting more and more tired. And he was starting to get ill when he came back from how he got physically ill he wasn't well anymore, he didn't have the same amount of energy. And that was Yanni. That's how overcoating this avatar to know that this may be we're coming close to his end data. His thought was I mean, it was quite ill. And the reason I'm telling you this story is that there's a story attached or adjacent to that one

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that talks about the Prophet alayhi salatu salam having said upon him,

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as you've heard this before, okay,

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I do not accept the story on an any form or manner. And I'm not a lawyer, I don't do this alone. I stepping out of the consensus of scholars know, there's a lot of scholars historically, who do not accept this story at all. There's maybe some degree of authenticity to the narration. But there's a lot of misinterpretation of what they're saying. Meaning, what's being said, I'm not going to go through the details of it. We'll do that maybe in a session that specifically to address this issue, but the actual wording of the Sahaba who who talked about it, they're not seeing facts, they're seeing their opinions of what they think happened. And for it, for us to even begin to claim in any

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form, that the Prophet Allah is awesome underwent some form of sin. It goes against everything in the Quran, Allah Vani Munna in Tirana Illallah Yuna matura the Quran says he was never he had never I would never affect him. He's not he's not a part of magically. And then we go ahead and say no, he was affected. No, this is that makes no sense in that at all, aside from the fact that the concept of said is superstitious, and the Prophet I think it's also I've never actually performed any actual rookie attack, you want to hide it. And it's a part of our collective problem as an OMO where we are Yeah, I need preoccupied and overly focused on and obsessed with with ginans ahead an asset and I

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and all these other stuff. God forbid we make a mistake and God forbid we're just not doing our job properly. Without we're not actually carrying our weight. Everything has to be somehow that it's a part of it's an ongoing part of our collective Jonnie misinformed minds have a mindset that I think we should get rid of. And it's definitely a part of it to get rid of is any claim to the prophit. So some underwent anything like that. There's nothing in the Quran to that to support that the two Sahaba who thought that this happened, or interpreting something they saw, they're not actually quoting something that actually occurred. And even Hjelm, has a long explanation about why he does

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not accept this as something that occurred to him, I didn't stop him. And there's a list of law, a long list of scholars who don't accept it as well. And I just don't, I don't entertain it in any form or manner. And I think it's actually quite tianni offensive and weird for us to even think that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam would undergo something that something something like that, but I just want to point that out that that's there. When he came back to Medina at his Salatu was Salam. He, the first thing he would do actually, is that he would address people meeting him before he went home, he would get on the member and he would have been I'll call upon the people of Medina, the

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people of Medina, and he would come to him out of his salatu salam, and he would address them. And what he was saying, and this is the I'm gonna give you the content of this, this address that he would, it's not his final one. There's one more that he's going to make.

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But this one is definitely very important. When we get on the member out of your site to assume you're saying, Are you a nurse in the ER Alden. I know Yubico what Alden i No matter what Alden on Earth man, he would count the 10 I showed him over Sharif agenda one by one. What are in near Alden. I need him or her God, you know, well, I'm sorry. But Fabu there Lika and me. And indeed, I am fully satisfied now only with them. But with all the misogyny and all of the unsolved to memorize that from me know that from me as something that I am saying to you that I am leaked, I'm satisfied fully satisfied with all of them arginine, and all of the Ansara mean the people who emigrated from Mecca

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and the people of Medina, or the Kyoto Mala to leave at

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the Giro Comilla the early BT with Akira Kumala huffy early BTW, I remind you by Allah, take care of my family. I remind you by Allah to take care of my family, and you will do it three times. Next week, I think is the I think it's Friday, I think it's going to be it'll be it'll be the day of Ashura.

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The 10th of Muharram 10th of Muharram has different significance. And historically, I think the most important is the real significance.

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Aside from the healer for the controversy on Civ for Musashi, sometimes interaction with Frauen, because we're not really sure if that's the date or not, but we do know occurred on the 10th of Muharram. Is the massacre that upon the Prophet it starts with Sam's family. And this is something that we don't talk about a lot. We don't talk about it for re

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Reasons that are more mostly based on the sects within Islam itself. Because one of the Islamic sects that we don't agree with, on many things, talk about it heavily, we tend

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to ignore it. I don't think that's healthy. I don't think because one person because one group is over emphasizing something that is significant to us. And it's important that we completely ignore it, because that means we're losing, there is something that's missing in our comprehension or understanding of our own history. What happened on that day, I will share with you in sha Allah, Yanni this.

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I'm going to share with you not today, the story of what hockey happened in Assura. I think it's important to understand what the word Cobra actually is, where does it come from? What significance does it carry within our Islam? How is it, how it was, how it was interpreted by others, and then maybe how people deviated from the teachings of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, because of certain things that occurred, and how we're supposed to understand what actually happened that day, for his sake, to his slaughter was and if you love him, it is truly, then you will love his family. And knowing that certain things have happened to his family after he died, Allah used to lie to us and

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that there was a lot of volume, a lot of oppression, or a bloodshed that occurred to his own family it so it's very important. You can't you can't just ignore that that happened.

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At the end, there was only one male left.

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One, only one grown male left from his descendants Alayhi Salatu, salam, and a few children, and a few ladies one, understand how, and there were many, there are many. And I'll show I'll explain to you shortly, but he had LASR to Islam has ever seen. They had they had many children, they had many children. And at the end only only one person was left. And a few ladies and some children, and it wasn't for the most of Allah subhanaw taala, no one would have been left. And the day that Satan has seen actually passed away was at the time, there was no one who was higher ranked as a human being than him. This is a fact and is not something that is debated in any form. No one was all most of

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the Sahaba had passed away at the time, the highest rank the person who had the most attachment of the Prophet Allah, you sought to ascertain that any ranking left was Satan has a and he and it wasn't as simple. It wasn't a normal passing. It wasn't a normal passing, as many of us have and know what happened to him was was very brutal. It was very painful. And what occurred afterwards, in terms of the format of the Prophet SAW said and his family, what happened to them how they were treated afterwards was also very painful. So it's important to understand what occurred. And it's important to understand what to do with that information as well. And I know sharing this can cause

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a mix of emotions, people don't know what to do with it. But I don't believe it's healthy for us just to ignore something because other people talk about it in a way that we don't agree with just to keep on ignoring it. Because once they've ignored for too long and then Monday you actually stumble upon something and read it you can ask what is it? Well, yeah, I'm sorry. We should have probably explained to this to you in a while ago. So I will shall address this sometime next week. And

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I'll make a time for and I'll explain. I'll talk about it in Sharla in some degree of detail or explain to you actually what occurred but the profile that is on the stand there is it was a curriculum Allah Yeah, he btw as if he knew it, he saw to us that it's impossible. It's impossible for and he is a pseudo Allah, Allah you saw to us. And then of course, his family is gonna go through difficulty because of the status of being connected to him through through a bloodline. It's just it's just, it's too heavy of a

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burden. It's too heavy. And this happened to be this happens, by the way for all if you study historically, all royalties go through this. All royalties that don't the Prophet of Islam, but he didn't do he didn't put his own blood. As you didn't you didn't make it a monarchy didn't make Islam a monarchy, and say, okay, the person who's gonna take off is my own bloodline. Had he done that, then yeah, the family would have been protected. But he didn't do that he Assad's with him he went to the concept of Shura, where are you going to do this in a for lack of a better word in democratic fashion, where we're going to, we're going to, we're going to actually consult amongst each other

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and choose the person who has the most merit. It will be different people it was oh, but, man, you were not related yesterday from Croatia, but they're not actually it wasn't a monarchy. And because that was the case. And because Islam was not a monarchy, and he refused to make it one out of your saw to Assam. What's gonna happen to his bloodline, obviously, obviously, especially when Islam turned into a monarchy. You see, the caliber went from being a shura to a monarchy at one point. Now you can have an opinion on whether you think that's a good thing or a bad thing. And I won't argue with you because that's a waste of everyone's time, but it wouldn't turn into a monarchy. Obviously,

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those who are now claiming that they're going to rule are going to point are going to notice that there's a bloodline that's much more worthy of ruling than themselves. A bloodline that actually is directly connected to him or her

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Madras Tula so?

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That was a problem and that's why these things happen. So makan

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la Jablon La La Jolla blue one knee and Haida mancom Yaakov ofii us hobby. Allah Allah blue bunny and I had a min come yo William was heavy on multi Yama make it clear I want to make sure that I don't want to know on the day of judgment that any of you have oppressed or mistreated my house how my companions is saying this is awesome to those who are coming later. Know that these are my companions I am satisfied with them. Do not come your multi OMA and until and I know that you will press them or mistreated them or spoke ill of them at a Yohannes El Faro CNET's echo Manuel Muslimeen Are you a nurse Arafat? Oh LC Netta co Manuel Muslimeen Are you hanus El Faro LC Netta ko

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Manuel Muslimeen workout Raha you can kept on repeating old people lift your tongues from speaking ill of the Muslims, stop gossiping, stop saying that stop backstabbing each other, stop trying to break each other don't stop doing this and he kept on repeating it had to sue him until people start to look down. Because he kept on saying the same thing. As far as seen Atacama as a Muslim error foul, do not speak ill of your Muslim brothers and stop doing it. Stop doing it. Usually we say two or three times and you're done. He moves on now for this one. He kept on saying and kept on repeating and as if he couldn't let it go, as it he could not let it go. Because well, now you know,

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what are the wisdom and what he said, Hey, Salatu Salam is Gianni mine breathtaking, mind blowing. Everything he pointed out that he emphasized we just walked right into it. It's the source of all of our problems and the lack of respect to be them you don't respect each other. We don't know how to have good assumptions and one another we don't know how to hold our tongue from saying something Ill about another person because you saw them do something say something or behave in a way that you don't agree with. You don't know what to do with that. We don't we don't we see something wrong immediately. We are ready to pounce on that human being how much time do I have? Five minutes? Oh my

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gosh. We're running out of time, aren't we? Okay?

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And then he was say Alia salatu salam ala in Nene.

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McCarthy ONB como una mejor Mel pm he will repeat that piece from the Farewell Sermon I'm going to be I'm hoping that I have a lot of people to show off on the Day of Judgment. We're in the in the array to Nebia yo multiparameter Yeti Omar who Raju learn I've seen I've seen prophets on the Day of Judgment, the prophet Allah and I showed him certain things with the day judgment. I've seen the prophets come in they have two people what are eaten Nebia Yeti or Mahajan? And I saw the Prophet come with one person What are you doing maybe and yet am Shiva and I've seen Prophet I've seen prophets who will come on the Day of Judgment walking alone. There's not one person with them in

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your file either yourself I don't know him and then I see a huge golfer who had the humanity for your call Hula, hula Akbar or Musa. These are the followers of Moses. A lot of people I hope it was my own Minoan thermographer Gala. Yes, our album and then I'm showing a larger group. You can really help with matoke

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myocardial Lee

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Holloman home separate owner elfin l Janetta directory Hey Sir Ben, voila, I have 70,000 of them will antigen and they will not be punished and they will not be held accountable for anything to go and meet the agenda. First as a tour have been said, Oh my Lord, I want more than if I died. Am I ugly elfin me are exaggerations. The numbers are different. Every every 1000 every one person another 100,000 people so the numbers are much higher. And I say my what I want more more people to enter agenda without being held accountable. May Allah subhanaw taala makes us any amongst them.

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That's what he that's that was his final address. That was the this when he first came back. So Eliza Lim from from Hodge. That was the first thing he spoke to people and he said, he stated to them, that he was satisfied with dental hygiene and the onslaught. He reminded them to love his family and take care of his family after him. He told people be very careful. Hold your tongues from speaking ill of my companions from speaking ill of other people. And then he told them I am hoping that you will do well the milky AMA and I worked my best I tried my best to get as many of you to enter so make sure you you come in come and perform yaki do your job so you can I'm preparing spots

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for you I'm making sure that you have access and you get there don't come you'll milk me with nothing to show don't come in then when we take a look at the life story of a fool and there's nothing there's no reason for this person to qualify to anything come with something that's worthy of sharing on the Day of Judgment that Allah Allah you also have you send them

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you would call upon faulty model the Allah Allah Allah. And by the way, any of the Prophet Allah you saw some descendants you can you can actually say Allah you can sit down. That's not That's not a specific sect thing. No, I understand what you might we do. This is again, something that has been which I don't do because we think it's similar. No, open if you take a flathead Buhari book if you take the body and the actual writing of it. And allene allihies Salam, and felting

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I'd like to sit down with Hassan alayhis. Salam this in the books is what I wrote with his own hands. This is a part this is not this is not the idea as part of a certain sector group. No, this is this is a part of Islamic law. We don't do it because people when they hear it, they think, oh, that must be this. No, it's not. And I'm tired of it. I don't like it. I don't see any reasons or lead to leave the legacy of what they have the scholars taught because we're afraid of being a being

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labeled as something that we're not. There's no There's no figure out where we're at. And of course, this is who we are, where the GEMA, the muslimeen we follow the love all the Sahaba we put them on our heads and we take the scholars of Islam, but we also look we also have a special a special place in our minds and in our hearts and in our legs in our literature for the family of the Prophet alayhi salatu was set up for his family so Allah is like you said, till this day will lie. The Sunnah is if you meet someone from his family, it is something that you show them love. If you truly love Him, you show them love you show them respect doesn't mean that there's a scholar from the

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strength that we accept everything. He says no, there's a difference between him and arguing logical points and arguing knowledge and love. They're not the same thing. They're not the same thing. And you have to be able to differentiate between these two approaches. So you'd call upon Okay, so we're done with I think you guys have 10 minutes worth it or less

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than 10 minutes or no? Okay. Okay, nightmares. Gonna give me a second here. So I'll tell you the story then we'll go on to so we call Fathima and he will tell the file to me off Altima Allah in Gibreel Raja Angela Khurana ha Marva tiene Jibreel this year, he taught he recited the crime with me twice.

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Every year he did it with me he wants but this year, he did it with me twice a

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second that's vaulting because he understood what he meant other his slot was. But if I saw Raha

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he told her something. A secret bucket, my nada fossa. And then he called her again and he whispered something in her ear and she laughed Accardo malerkotla cada una the first time when he told me was

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Allah in the

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era bakery, but I'm very soon returning to my Lord. I'm not I'm not going to be here. What I what he said I only had our Musab Minkee and no one is going to have a bigger masiva in their lives with that than you. You see, we all struggle, the biggest most sleeper in our lives that he died out of here salatu salam that he passed away he is not here amongst us physically. But who is the one who was affected most by that? His daughter, his only left daughter his her mother Khadija passed away. Zainab Rocha omocha tomb and her brothers were all gone. He was the only left person or the Allah and Allah has set up he was the only person who left

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and so no one is gonna have a bigger mercy but then you were in couldn t album and nursing Musab and for Cooney of Amma Hoonah Fabula. And since you have the biggest more flavor than have the biggest amounts of silver, you need to have both Photobucket. And then she called her because we're in Nicki the second time and indeed

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Oh, well, early love how can be and you're going to be following me very soon. For the hackathon and she laughed and she died six months later.

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Welding will die after him it is awesome six months later, he wouldn't live more than six months after him but the heck he was happy

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with that in sha Allah Allah will continue in the next week I will conclude inshallah cedar on the Prophet alayhi salatu salam so please show up for that if you want to I it's gonna be very difficult. I don't know how I'm going to do it, but we'll do it inshallah. So you're welcome to which has been the good 10 minutes before I show them how many we're talking about Article Luffy.

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Salaam Alaikum.

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This guy who's actually from last week, because we didn't end up having enough time to run it.

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But there are a lot of concepts that are were mentioned today. So we'll get started by 1015 inshallah.

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There's like 11 questions.

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