Seerah #17

Adnan Rajeh


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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen

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wa Salatu was Salam o Burdick I learned be you know have you know Muhammad Ali? He could be here Jemaine Well, bad.

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So what we started with last week, in the seal of the prophets of Allah hottie Adios, adios Salam

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was the beginning of persecution. And basically from from year three,

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till he leaves magalia salatu salam, the persecution continues. So it's really not a short period of time that ends at some point, and then we move on something else. But

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definitely there was a certain time where the persecution was at its worst. And there was a certain time where nothing else was happening, besides the Muslims undergoing a certain amount of oppression that Mecca hadn't seen before. I mean, for people from Croatia, to be persecuted and oppressed and mistreated, and to be labeled and, and, and for reputations to be ruined. Like

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it's something that had not happened in Mecca before. It's one thing to persecute people that were brought in, enslaved from wars or from other parts of the world. And of course, that's wrong. That's not being defended. But that's one thing, and then oppressing people from from the actual tribes of the city, because they believe something different is a whole different issue. So this became something that people talked about the

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the news of the persecution that was happening, or that the Prophet sallallahu Sampson was undergoing himself, and the believers with him was something that became, you know, that went viral at the time, people were talking about it all, everywhere, that, you know, the grandson of Abdul Muttalib, claimed prophecy and and this was happening to him and those who, who are believing in Him. So people, you know, actually, it's interesting, you know, that, that, that the persecution that happened to him, it actually helped his cause along in the long run, you know, in the larger scheme of things, and actually help the cause because people were more interested now to hear what's

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happening. If something is worth persecution, if what he's saying is worth him being oppressed by his own people, that he must be saying something outrageous, or very different, or worse, you know, what is it? What are you saying? What is it? So people started to come to America, just to just to hear what did you say even people who had no interest in religion whatsoever, people who couldn't care less about these issues? They were just interested because there's something that was kind of out of the norm. So yes, he was undergoing, you know, oppression on a salatu. Salam. And yes, you know, the stories I tell you are difficult to hear, and you had to endure a lot himself and those,

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you know, his family members and those who followed him, but in the larger scheme of things it actually worked out with for was it within their benefit. And a lot of times things kind of work out that way.

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We can never see the larger picture within our own lives. It's impossible. No one, no one's asking you to do that.

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And don't ask others. By the way to do that. Don't do it either. It's impossible for you to live your life and take 50 steps backwards and see the bigger picture of what's happening in your life and how it's going to benefit you. I need the impossible for that to happen. It's too difficult. But if you believe in Allah subhanho wa taala. And you have and you trust in Allah subhana wa, and you're doing the right thing, and you're gonna stand you're gonna continue to do the right thing, that and then the, the bigger picture, whatever you went through will one way or the other benefit the cause that you're working towards. And that's something that we have to keep in mind when we're

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going through our lives. And when we're going through difficulties and misfortunes. And we often lose the sight of that, that nothing goes unpaid. Nothing goes on unpunished or unrewarded. And every everything is being properly documented, and it will come back one day, in one form or the other. So the Prophet Allah has started designing started with the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam is persecuting, specifically, we'll move on, of course, to the Sahaba later, before I continue, I want to tell this story.

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It's an important story, and it shows you what he was dealing with how to hit salatu salam to a certain degree.

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So when they alila it was that I'm speaking to people about Islam, and he would choose individuals in Mecca, and he would, you know, a group of people sometimes, you know, sit down, he was telling them, let me explain to you what it is that I am preaching, what you know, what concepts I carry, and, and what the honey Thea and Ibrahim actually means, what McCarthyism, you know, actually contests and what all this is going to how this is going to change the way we live and how we need this in order for us to to change our lives. So we sit down, stand with people and speak and I Bucha one day came by what happened he showed him and he said

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A Wallahi

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low N ni irlam. And Nick Asaji con letter Bartok will Akin.

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Well, man tambien in Santa Barbara. So he came in, he said something very, very hurtful to the Prophet, it is so twisted and very rude. It came in right into his face. And he told him if I knew that you were someone of any level of honesty at all, you're not saying this publicly. By the way, this is something he told the prophet and he assigned to a sermon in confidence, or there's only one or two people standing around. He wouldn't dare say this publicly. But he's saying this. And you would come up to him and say, if I knew that you were someone who was truthful and honest, I would have followed you. But I know for my certainty that you're a liar. And everything that you're saying

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is our lies. And that's why I will never follow someone who's a liar. And he walked away from the pathologist, because I'm calling him a liar to his face audience so twist, sola, when he's lying, what will stop me and

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then he never lied, Ali has sought to serve not be not not as a Prophet. And not before that. It is thought though, so I'm not for any reason.

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But that's what he was told. That's how he was treated. It hurt him, the court will come and talk about that it hurt. It hurt more than I told you. These things, these, these social issues, the issues of reputation of integrity, hurt him more than any physical or financial abuse that he under, that he would endure it, he'll talk to us. And it's words like that. Someone who spent all his life being nothing but honest to everybody around him to be called that to his face that hurts. It hurts where you know, that's where it really hurts and knows that we got he knows that. Well, he, you know, he's been around long enough to know how to hurt so so he knows how to hurt him, it is so out

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to us. And then he walks away. So the profit was analyzed. And of course, the people who's listening to or listening to him, they walk away. So he goes home.

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Again, he chose not to be confrontational. I gave you the example last time, I gave you the example of how he confronted some of the individuals sitting around the cabin mocking him, I got a few questions saying that is not in lining, or in keeping with the prophets of Allah hottie Assad who sent him his character. And yes, it is, we're not the ones who dictate what his character should be. We just learned from his character out what it was. And yes, he confronted them. And he came to them. And he said, words of strength, and he and he scared them. But it was a moment that that required that, that, that that nature, or that level of or that kind of, of response, I just thought

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it was some chose when he responded and how he responded, he chose not to confront those who were rude to him and those who mocked him, he chose not to get down into the mud and and fight with him, he chose to walk away when people you know, brought in to pull the conversation down to something that wasn't wasn't the point of the conversation anymore. And in certain moments, he proved to them and, and for us to learn that it has taught them how to have strength. And he wasn't he was something were very courageous and brave. And he wasn't scared to confront people. And when he did confront them, they had no they didn't have good comebacks. To him, it was just individually as a

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personality. Assad to him was was a strong was a strong willed person. And physically it was also strong.

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So he said those words, the prophet is awesome, walked away. Nothing. And then I Bucha hell is sitting around

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and around him as a friend of his slough. One, they've been Omiya.

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And we don't know exactly why.

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But he had a moment of clarity.

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He just it was a moment maybe of weakness, or just a moment of, you know, when you're when you're wearing a mask for so long, it gets hot in there. And for a moment, yeah, you feel like I've taken off for a second.

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And people who wear these masks and people who, you know, who knows they're doing something wrong, and they continue to do it. There are moments where they just they feel like they have to take it off. And they'd have to come clean. And I would hug him when he shouldn't which I was one of those people. And for a second there, he just need to take off that mask and you have to vent and say, you know, something that he that he meant and and he's sitting with for fun. And maybe they're drinking teammate. I don't know, maybe they're not. And then I would have had would go in and say hola in the column and the hula. By the way, I know

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for certainty that he's fully honest and truthful, but he's saying and I can almost imagine it's offline. And he's spitting out all the tea that he's drinking, saying what? What are you saying? You say you say that again? In Nila Manola that I know. I know. He's truthful. What do you mean? No is truthful. You have the whole all of Marquez is refusing to speak to him based on the fact that you're telling everybody that he's not. What do you mean, you know, these slides? It's just a moment to where you know.

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The one we know the reason we know this story is customer one later on years and years later, he's the one continuing to be covered for many years. He just believed in the profit. So I signed up for a very, very long time. It was only the last year or two that he accepted this done. And he told some of these stories to the eye. This is what happened early on.

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I Bucha had told me this. Okay, for takuna we have been hacking What are you saying? I'm gonna think of what you're saying. What are you? What are you saying? For fall Hakuna were many Hashem

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Kosala Sadie hunt. And then

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we're going to abdomen faceoff. You see?

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If you remember early on in this series I showed you I showed you

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Your list of the families and I kind of I talked about these different tribes in Mecca. And I told you how these tribes would certain tribes make alliances together as another together and other tribes would be of a different Alliance. And then these different tribes will be in continuous struggle.

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And blue Masoom, which is the tribe of American women, he

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was a tribe that was in continuous competition with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his tribe, Benoit adminer. The prophet is sometimes names like Mohammed bin Abdullah, Abdullah McCollum, even Hashem even Abbot benef. So admin alpha is the profit so I think that was larger tribe. And but almost zoom was another tribe from a different genealogy also, all them came back to the same old uncle about to fit in Malik, which is Quraysh. And they were in continuous competition, they were always competing, who had more strength in different in different fields, who had you know, more poets or who had, you know, more warriors or who had more money or who got to take care of the judge more the Arabs, they

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probably they would, they would pride themselves in servicing the people who came to Hajj. So if you were responsible for taking care of the water for Eric, then that was something that you you took a lot of pride in, that you made sure everyone was was given water, or if you were getting into sponsible for feeding people or for closing them or for moving whatever it is you're responsible for. You took a lot of pride in taking care of the Arabs by doing that. So he said tonight that

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was shut off. So my my tribe and his tribe have always been competing in integrity and social status for a primal phenomena, and they would feed people during the times of Hajj. So we did the same wahama Lu for hamona. They would give people wealth and help them get make it to Hajj and met and make it back. So we did the same. We offered the same two people. Wow, both are cleaner and when people come to us, they would give charity to the tribes. They'll come in we started to do the same.

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Either. Athena broke up. And as you were competing, we came so close. We were knee to knee. That's that's his phrase, meaning our knees were a parallel. There's no no one's ahead. No one's behind. We're exactly the same. Well couldn't follow us at hand. So

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track horses. Fellas at hand is basically horses that you gamble. Who's gonna we're gonna win. So it's just something. It's a word that you see us. Fellas at hand, meaning we're just like to track horses. We're competing. We're, and we're right beside each other neck to neck knee to knee. There's no difference.

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Yaku Luna min Kedah. One Oh, lumen NACADA they say from our tribe is full on this great individual. And then we will say well from our tribe is this great individual. Yeah, who don't have inertia and funnel coulomb inertia. I mean, it's been a whole room in Napa. And they say we have this port we say we have that port they say we have this leader we say that we have that leader

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to call who mean maybe until they say well, we have a prophet. For an Ireland I'd be happy where we gonna get a profit from Mirtha Corona beer, we didn't think of it first.

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Understand the problem for him.

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Like we've been we've been competing all these years. And then now they can say we have a profit. If I started this first, it would have said it first. And now. I don't have a prophet in my tribe. I looked for when I couldn't find anyone worth prophecy so I can't say this. Oh Allah humana. permettono derecho. De How can I get this? I can't get this. Well, Allah Hilah will be Hema hate, I will never follow him up for the rest of my life. As long as I live, I will never walk behind him.

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Me a person from Burma Kazoom walk behind some guy from bug math and possible.

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It's just open racism.

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It's tribalism, right? Which is the same thing. Any form of group con descendants. A new form of group arrogance is racism. That's really odd. There's no other there's no other word for it. In Arabic, it's this. They call it Amiya. One of the words for it is I mean, yeah, I know that we use it differently. But that's actual word that's for it. And it's something that's horrible. The Prophet I think is awesome. Talked about it. In many in many instances, incidences in a negative way. That is the worst thing you can do. You see personal arrogance, it just arrogance. If you think you're better than one person, that's arrogance. If a group thinks they're better than a group,

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that's racism.

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No matter what the group, no matter which group is thinking they're better than any other group doesn't matter. Doesn't matter, whether it's based on ethnic ethnicity, whether it's based on race, whether it's based on gender or sex, whether it's based on where part of the world you live, doesn't matter. Once a group thinks they're better than other group that is racism. And that's where that's where all evil comes from. And the Prophet alayhi salatu salam at one point when that happens, when the MaHA Janine and the onslaught of years and years later they fight and one guy says Yeah, little mahogany delicacies here alongside all those who loved young Mr. Guinea, come fight with us. Oh,

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For those who have come fight with us in the startup a try a fight just based on the on the fact that this person is from this group and this person from that group, Paula Darrow her leave this for n money, Tina, this is disgusting.

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And use the word net 10. Net 10 means is something that is disgusting. In those, that's the word he chose out of here. Salatu Salam did never, ever touch that again. And that's why I

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didn't believe. That's it. That's his reason. That's his personal reason. The only reason that he refused to believe in the Prophet Alia Salatu Salam is his ego. He couldn't he couldn't accept the fact that he was going to follow someone from a different tribe, a tribe that they've been competing with all these years, even though he knows with the certainty that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam is telling the truth, that he is a prophet, you may think to yourself, that's impossible. No one's gonna do that to themselves.

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Well, think about it bliss, then,

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if you think about your health, and you made a choice that makes no sense to you, well, think about your bliss. And think about your bliss, his choice and Shetlands, choice, whatever choice is that?

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How could you say no to God to his face? Because you don't like them? How much can you hate someone to the point where you're willing to tell God to his face? No, I can't imagine but it can happen. Just a matter of the ego if you let your ego grow enough. If you grow that ego to become big enough, then yes, it will become bigger than God himself in your mind, in your heart and your mind will become bigger than God. General agenda, Lulu

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wishes wishes the problem.

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The the the BA the obedience to Allah subhanaw taala should always be bigger than anything else inside of you. But if you grow that ego, and you keep on Allah, allowing it to get bigger and bigger, it will become bigger than God's commands. And that'll be the end of it. And that's why Bucha had refused to believe, for a moment he came clear. And then the Quran from Surah Surah. An arm was revealed during that time.

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So to an arm has some evidence that it was revealed all at once we're not sure but there's some evidence to support that it was revealed all at once. You have nothing to kind of contradict that. So it may be true. But we do know that was revealed during these years of the persecution of the Prophet today. So it's it was an early one to be revealed. It's one of those long sewers 25 pages.

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This is a this verse but an alum in now who will a Zulu Kalevi aku loon we know for a fact that it saddens you that which was which they are saying what they say to you the way that they treat you the way that came up to your face and we know that this saddens you. We know that this bothers you for in a home where you can be blown up but the truth is they don't disbelieve in you. They don't think you're a liar. They're not calling you a liar. While king of all in in the eye Atilla here Johanna doon.

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But the truth is the oppressors, the presence of themselves and others, they refuse. They refuse to follow the signs of God. They know what's the truth, but they just can't do it. Well after Jacuzzi but also don't mean Kubelik for somebody who zebu wudu had to tell him no sooner when I'm over D really kalima Tila Wallah Khadija come in never ill more saline

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and indeed all profits before you have been treated the same way. They have been disbelieved and they've been harmed, and they continue to persevere as that happened until Allah subhanaw taala granted them his victory. What about DINELLI Colima, Tila This is an important kind of phrase in the sutra, when it means nothing changes the words of God. What does that mean? Meaning this is how Allah subhanaw taala This is the nature of the universe is the nature of life, you're going to bring an idea that is that is different. You're going to bring something revolutionary, people will fight you will push you down, they're gonna pound you down, they're gonna work against you, or they're

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gonna knock you down every chance they got. That's how it is now it will never change. Don't try stop trying to think that's not going to change. It's going to stay exactly the way it is. It's always been like that what No, but did it can you imagine? If you're going to bring something forward that's worth living for and dying for you're going to endure persecution and difficulties. That's how it is. So either accept that and continue to persevere or say I'm not worried I'm not going to do this anymore and then leave it he was always given that option out of yourself to say we don't want this leave it. He never did some Allah he's, of course he never would have. But that's

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how Allah is bound to explain this. You do this for you not doing this for me.

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When you stand by what is right, what is rightful and what is truthful, you're doing that for you? Don't kid yourselves I'm doing it for for the sake of Allah. Yes, you're doing it so that Allah subhanaw taala is pleased with you satisfied with you. So you get a job. But that's all for you.

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In there all comes back and circles back to you so that He rewards you so that he takes care of you. It comes back to you again, to act like this is fully selfless in the terms No, no, I'm doing it for God as if God is going to benefit from this. And I'm going to you know, just disappear into nothingness as I benefit God that's not what it is.

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He knows that subhanaw taala he never asked for anything different. No, don't be selfish when it comes to these it's fine. Be selfish about it.

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Do it for my sake, and you're totally selfish about it. You're getting the benefit of it and dunya Okay, that's fine. He's totally okay with that. I know he's happy with that. Do IT and mobile fully reward you. But don't act like this is not for you. Don't act like when you stand by what is HAC? What is white? And what is honest, what is truthful that you're doing that for to serve any other purpose than the purpose of the betterment of the human race, and you're one of them.

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And so with an iron was was revealed to the Prophet, so I said, So then I'm very important that the long sutra was very simple. It just explains the relationship that you have with God. That's all it is. What is the relationship you have with Allah? subhanaw taala. It's called faith. That's what we call it. Eman. You called Iman. What is Iman, the man consists of two things.

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An intellectual belief and understanding. You have to understand how to comprehend who God is. That's why if you read this, the first 90 100 verses of sutra and honest all it talks about it just talks about Allah subhanaw taala from every angle you can possibly imagine. And then if you've accepted that and that's how you understand who Allah subhanaw taala is, you comprehend Him generally generally who then all that is left is to follow what he says Eman? There's two things photo ML is something you say something you think something understand. And there's something that you do. You cannot you cannot disconnect these two things from one another. Eman falls to pieces the

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moment you just connect these two concepts. And we have done that.

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We have managed to do that slowly. And

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in a sneaky way. We're able to kind of connect disconnect them, I believe, but I will not do anything. I will not do anything at all that he tells me to do a pound. That's the end of Switzerland. And we'll come say come to the Attuma hell Rama buco mad at me. Let me just Let me recite upon you the things he's made haram. And then the ayat goes through a number of things I literally Kobe che, le Dania certainly didn't go through all these things that we are talking about Melania team eligibility, her accent, were all full, Kayla either killed them. All these commands are being honest, and being truthful and taking care of your kids and being proper to your patient

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to your parents and making sure that you believe in all the ideas.

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That's what Iman was. And that's what it meant to them. These are long sewers very important to take time to recite sort of, because an early one is during these years of persecution is reminding them before he starts being told he's going to be told the stories of the prophets very soon, like right after this, that I too will be suited to then out off, and Jonas and Yusuf and, and all these students that just have stories upon stories of prophets and messengers who were extremely mistreated for a very long time, and what they did and how they persevered and how things worked out and how sometimes things didn't work out. And he got to learn these things I used to, but before

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that sort of, to be revealed, explaining a very simple concept of what EMA and means. It has to be two things you have to believe it, then you have to actually follow it follow up with with with action. I think that's something worth sharing. So

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a few more stories of kind of what, what took place.

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The stories I'm going to share with you all today are to certain extent, mostly physical

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things that they did to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam that harmed him physically

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symbolizes him standing one day in front of the cabin, he's making

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an alphabet and one of the people who harmed him called me the most out of your thoughts, and I'm gonna come from behind him come out from behind him. And you know, you ever seen the, you know, the heartbeat that they put, you know, men put on their, their heads, especially in the Gulf region. The they call it the schmo. Or

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they wear it on the head, yeah, whatever, whatever, whatever it's called. So it's something that people used to wear quite often back then is still today. So he would take it off. And he would turn it into something like like, like a rope. And as the Prophet was, I'm standing there making dawn for the Kaaba, he would come from behind him and he would put it around the property. So I sent him his neck and he would take any would twist it, and he would turn his back to the Prophet. So I said limb, right? Yeah, cool. la, da, hold on, hold on, okay. But I had to take until I fell to my knees, he couldn't stand any more rallies so we will see you suffocating him. That he was he was physically

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suffocating the Prophet alayhi salatu salam does do a lot of potential. I fell to my knees. I couldn't even stand up anymore on a sottozero. But he is going to fight back and fight back because that's one of the rules that he's not going to, he's not going to turn this into a bloodbath. He's not gonna turn physical. You're gonna do that I'm not I'm not gonna respond to you. That's that's his choice out of his salatu salam. That was his choice because things change later, but he chose not to fight back and he kept on doing that until the Prophet was like I miss color of his skin changed. And his daughter came running up Zainab. I'll be Hola Hola, Anna, and he started yelling

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and screaming and pounding up the guy so he leaves the profit suddenly said live alone.

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You can see the involvement of his family earlier so to seminar this, how this is not just something that affected him obviously this is something that affected his family quite heavily.

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And she would come and she would start of course she's crying because the Prophet her father was you know, was being hurt by that that piano you

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don't don't cry in Allah and also don't Becky one day, Allah subhanaw taala grant your father's strength in victory. Don't Don't worry Damansara and they took his daughter he left. One day he's walking Elisa to swim in front of the cab. He's making sujood like a baby because a lot of the time when he would preach he would preach around that area. So he's making a huge run for the Kaaba and Bucha Hill had slaughtered a camel or a sheep or something, most likely a camel and he and he intentionally would come around the Kaaba carrying a mile Jamal you know, the intestines or the insides of the of the animal. You know the part that has a lot of you know, Junker ganker undigested

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within it. filth is filled with filth, so it couldn't carry it and he's waiting and he would wait for the Prophet Alia Sultan to make sujood it would come anyway as he puts it right on the Prophet ISIS on his head on his body as he's making sujood. Now the prophet is awesome comes up. All that is just going to open and shatter and he's going to be filled with an adjuster from the from it so he stays making sushi without a salatu salam. He stays down there for 1015 2030 minutes, hoping that someone at some point will come by and someone that one of his daughters came by we're not sure which one probably follow him. So far man comes by she sees her father she comes in she removes the

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Jonnie the filth off her father off her father's head.

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And it starts on Sunday and it comes up again of course. And she of course, his daughter is in tears and how could someone do this? Because

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when Allah Hale Cerrone, whenever bad to him, I'll be Allah Subhana Allah grant me victory even if it's later. Even it comes later. If it does come right now you're taking go home. He's walking with one of his daughters, I think maybe a number of young because he's walking down the streets, and a man will come up. Come up to him it start with them. Now I want you to imagine the Prophet Allah has led to a circle Malkia enlever sermon that he would never come to him, except he would have a smile on his face. If you came up to him on your site to Instagram. If you're walking towards him, he and whatever he's doing would turn to you and smile. Yeah, I need to greet you as you came to him. So

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this man is walking towards the prophet Ali Asad. Awesome. So he turns to him, but you know that his daughter and he's smiling at him to see what he wants. And this man is just carrying dirt in his hands and he throws it right in the prophesizing limbs race.

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And he walks away. So he stands on wiping his face and, and his daughters they're picking to hold forever going to the jeweler who to rob me later, he was standing there and pulling a pieces of rock and dirt out of his out of his.

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His beard Dalia salatu salam, and she's she's she's crying like it's her father.

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Connie, what are you that that key to in nostre Allah here and don't cry, the time the victory of Allah will come? It'll come. It's just a matter of time. Just be patient. Be patient, this these things take time. Some Allah Allah, you assign yourself them. These are the type of examples these are the things he had to endure on a on a person on a personal level.

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And then I wouldn't have took this to a different

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target to a different level and will have decided he can you could do this and more and more harmful way.

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We'll have both his sons.

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Earthbound Otaiba were engaged to both of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his daughters, Rafi and omocha film.

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So to harm the Prophet said learn more. You will come to his sons and he will say when he made a wedge Hey Kuma haram, when he said he Melissa in a coma haram hatherton hubba wha to polycarbon to Rasulillah maintain Mohammed My face is from your face haram it's a way it's a it's a phrase it is a figure of speech or a phrase in Arabic That means I will not look at your face again. Listen even listen a coma Harami on my tongue I will never speak to you again. Until you go both if you go and you divorce the daughters of Muhammad. So they walk over to the prophets I said and I use on Sudan so open the door for his two future son in laws. They stand outside and they and they divorced both

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both of his daughters sort of lives it was I know

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I've always imagined Khadija really love on her at that moment specifically.

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I mean, it's one thing to injure your physical harm. It's one thing to injure you know, reputational destroy characteristics assassination and the destruction of a reputation. It's one thing to lose social status one thing to lose money, but when it comes to the to the no sleeve of their daughters

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speak to mothers about this if you don't, if you think I'm exaggerating, ask a mother about something like that mother who has daughters is tiny within the within the scope of the years of marriage, and something like that happens. It's devastating. It's just one of the worst things you know, she can possibly imagine. And I always thought of it if it was someone else.

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was besides Khadija,

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if this was someone else if you were talking about someone else, because when I tell you this stories about Himalayan salatu salam, the only way that he could have physically and mentally injured any of this himself and his daughters was because the home supports a support network at home that was solid was rock solid. Because you went home, when he went home, he had everything that he could possibly need. Because men can't endure in both places. They can't, they will fail somewhere. If they're suffering at work, they need to find anything and they suffer at home. It's just it's just a ticking bomb. It's just a matter of time before things go south really quickly. And

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the Prophet alayhi salatu salam was going through something in his life that he had never thought was possible. And it went on for many, many years. It didn't it didn't take a couple of weeks to stop. No, it kept on going on for years. But because he has such strong support every time he went home, this he seemed to be able to deal with all of it. He was okay with it. He walked out every day with a smile he was able to continue to persevere because there was something going on. I don't know exactly what it is, but I can only imagine

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if it was someone else besides Khadija that she would have told him Yeah, Annie Bernard de la Salas, banality naughty too much Jani I put up with everything from the day that you came running down that mountain but now my daughters are gonna lose their husbands and

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not a word from her or their loved one. It's not like Allah subhanaw taala fixed the problem immediately. It's not like they're those two girls lost their fiance's and they got married from two better people later know. He got married three years later.

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And didn't get married until Ruqayyah died and she married her later husband after her own costume started on movies never got married. Chateau your daughter had to pass away in order for to get married? Are you understanding that no sleep didn't fix itself. It's not like God easy. She was perseverance. And then everything just finally found a way to work out for her. No, it didn't work out. It didn't. Then we never heard Khadija another law one had been objecting or teaching her daughters to object. We don't know in any form that the Prophet was lied to them. His daughters were upset with Islam and with what he was doing because of that happening to them. Not at all. Not at

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And we take that for granted. And we just keep on going when we talk about the Sierra and I'm asking you you need to stop. Because that is that is that is a miracle. If you have a family and you're saying how these social issues work, that is a miracle. That's more of a miracle than when water came for through his fingers out of your salatu salam it really is it's more of a miracle than that, that these things happened and his family was was rock solid was fully stable, not a problem. Not a word was said because of the because of the level of the person that was that was at home. How do you get on the low end? In order for him out have you sought the wisdom to to go through these

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things to come back with with dirt all over his face and and the intestines of a camel on his back and and almost being suffocated to death and being called a liar to his face. And his daughter's witnessing that in order for this family to function formally and properly. It had to be her it couldn't have been anyone else that's why I think it's an important part of learning the seal of the prophets of Allah is like you said him is is knowing is snowing hurtled Aloha Anna and in the effort in Charlotte today to

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talk about Khadija Allah

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even though she were not related to her, Didi, he's not my great great grandmother as some people have. But the Aloha now she's only me. She's the first woman meaning to the first mother of believers. Granted she passed away before that name was given to the Prophets. I send them as waves that gave them both in any political, religious and social immunity that allowed them to do a lot of things after he passed away earlier. So I was I'm enjoying his life. But But Khadija is the is the origin of all that. Khadija was the gold standard that all of them had to live up to. Everybody had to live up to the standard of Khadija. And she was a quiet standard. She just standard never

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bragged, never spoke of herself.

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In high regards, she wasn't walking around knocking electric No, no, she worked in the background quietly. I just gave you the example of how of how we talk about these stories and we never talk about her. She's never a part of these stories. I tell you how the prophet Isaiah Lim Yanni this happened and this happened to you feel bad. And it's an emotional you're thinking about him it is so sad being harmed, but you don't think about how he actually injured this. Now we don't think about that. We don't think what's happening on the other side of all that this allowing this to continue just allowing him to stand his ground and not lose his temper and not completely lose his faith out

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and start sending his daughters to continue to support him. We don't talk about that. She's the unknown soldier that can allow this to continue while the Allahu Allah and that's why I didn't towards the end of her life, as you breed will come specifically to talk to her before she dies.

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And that's why when the Prophet SAW Selim

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was harmed in a way that harmed her in the athlete I could cope with it was was revealed. It's like Allah subhanaw taala every time something harms Khadija there has to be something that some intervention from the sky has to come. Because no one focuses on the,

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on the on the people behind the scenes that are allowing things to continue to move forward. And she and that's why in our eyes as many mothers and money wives historically in the past and today, they continue to go unappreciated and unacknowledged of what they actually do. Everyone has a mother or grandmother that he knows she's the glue that kept everybody together. She didn't keep a small family, she kept a huge family functioning. And they could point out the names of those people and talk about them in high regards. And, and they don't, when you when you say you're a fool and had been fooled before the other day doesn't come up. That's always the guy's name. But she's there. And

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Allah subhana knows about it, and she will be rewarded for it. And that's why I bring this up.