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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen Lahoma suddenly was telling him about it, uh, you know, or have you been Muhammad, you know, either early he was locked up, he said You mean or that.
So today Insha Allah, I will continue from where I left off last week and I will talk about, I'll continue talking about Satan on top, I may spend a little bit of time this week talking about him more than maybe I did in the last number of
years. The plan Inshallah, this is something I've been thinking about for a while is that what we're when I'm done, there'll be like, This is our fourth time during the seal. So once I'm done, my plan inshallah is to continue.
But in a form or fashion where we talk about the four pool of worker Rama, Rama, and we talk about them in a bit more detail, kind of focus on them and talk about the time that they spent within there, when they were ruling, and maybe add some Islamic history to it and show that's the plan shall after we're done after we're done this era this time around, but I still want to spend a little bit of time talking about
and talking about his story of becoming Muslim. Now, it's very interesting that year number six,
within the midst of all that was happening to the Prophet ideal Salatu was Salam and the Muslim, the prophet Ali Assad was some lost lost his second, second son during that during those years, the prophet Alia salatu, salam, as I told you, in the last number of Halaqaat, was persecuted physically, financially, socially, his reputation was they went after his reputation or your thoughts and went after his family went after his wife and his children, the Sahaba, they were being oppressed, some of them died. These were very difficult ears, these are the years that the Sahaba would look back on with with, you know, with sorrow, they remember these years, and they would tear
up, these are the years of when they were really, it was really difficult, really hard.
And then in the midst of all these years, they remember your number six and a half in high regards, your number six was different, they were happy when they thought of your number six, everything before it was hard, everything after it is gonna get even harder. Right? Tell you about your number seven, I need to nine and what happened during those years, you'll hear things are even more difficult for the Sahaba you're gonna have to leave and they will be a boycott, it'll be even more difficult. But somehow they remember your number six positively. And the reason is very, it's just a very simple, it's just two people who accepted Islam, nothing else happened, that there was really
nothing else that occurred during those during that year. Nothing else happened that I can that I can relate to you I can tell you about that stood out besides the fact that two people, two people, it's not a bunch, no, no, just two people accepted Islam. Other people, of course, accepted. But these two people because they accepted Islam, because Sahaba would always talk about that period, positively. They had a smile on their faces. They remembered as a good time. In the midst of all this persecution or oppression. It's not like but it but right in the middle. Two people accepted Islam. That's the level of impact that two people had. I always stopped and thought about that.
Imagine having that much impact on your community. Imagine being a Hamza or Omar in a Muslim community or any community, being someone that you know, when you finally committed when you finally changed your ways and started working for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala you left good memories in the minds of the people who were around at that time, the midst of their difficulties? I'm not talking about the midst of of a boring time. No, no, you didn't didn't make things exciting during boring times don't know. They came at a time where people were being persecuted, oppressed, brutally, and I told you brutal stories, and I don't want to tell any more of them. But these things
But then even miss Owens face, Ibis his face. I mean, who are these? These are the Sahaba who later on taught right? During these years? How old were they?
The younger ages were 12 and 13 and 10. And if you ask them when they were 50 and 60 to tell us tell us the story of the Prophet Alia so to say wouldn't it be beautiful you got to sit with him and Omar and haven't been aroma himself tell you this story or I've been Ibis himself sit down and tell you how things happened. Because he remembers the beginnings as a as a child who was very young.
Even Mr. COVID was young, as well as all the men and women almost all of them are very young. But they will tell the story and they whenever they your number six came by, they will have a smile that tell you and during that year, Hamza became Muslim. You know, the day that Hamza became Muslim. How proud we were how strong we felt, how happy we were the day Hamza accepted Islam. The only reason I can't talk about him was as much as I want to do because 100 didn't live as long that's all. Allah subhanaw taala took them away. I knew early in the day of God, it hurt the Prophet Allah slept with me never got over it. It has a lot to say until the day he died. He could never get over the fact
that he lost hands it hurt, hurt. I'm gonna live longer. And I think there's something important and learning about this story or poem is a part of the story of Islam you can never disconnect him from what Islam is just like a kind of disconnected record or murder or I leave your any of the Sahaba from it, but almost specifically had a different
So the way I'm gonna have accepted Islam is different than the way Hamza Hamza. It was a moment of clarity. It was a moment of emotion. And he just went for it. And you know, he never came back. It was a different type of human being. I went to a club with a type of person who is extremely focused in his life.
He has certain characteristics that kind of make them stand out. I modeled the Allahu Anhu was someone once he committed to something that was the end of it. Once he committed, he would go all the way. He didn't care about people's opinions. He didn't care about how people saw him. If he believed in it, that was the end of it. He was going to do everything in his power to continue to fight for what he believed in. That's why the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. He had to do that for Sahaba. memorized. Allahumma is Al Islam, the Ahadi la moraine, Amara Bill kappa or Amelie many Hisham who was admirably Hashem
Bucha, hell, there has have something in common. Interestingly enough, I don't know how far in Abuja had had something in common.
Once they commit it to something they committed to it. Abuja had committed to go for he committed the wrong thing. But he committed, he was on that side till the bitter end, as he died on the day of but as he died, he would ask the person who is just about to take his life who is winning today, telling me who's winning the battle, he wants to know that his people were winning. But they weren't, of course, totally committed just to the wrong thing. They had that quality of once they committed to something they never gave up. Normally, kappa was similar. But ohata was also an extremely decisive person.
Which is something we like a little bit, personally. On a personal individual level, we kind of liked decisiveness. He was very decisive. He took decisions. He made clear choices. He thought things through that immediate choice, and he went with it. As the Prophet I saw some love do the Assumpta. But what can Allah the moment you're clear, what seems to you to be the best choice you thought about it, you make a decision, go for it, be decisive, don't be somewhere in the middle. There's a full surah in the Quran, capital, Ara, that talks about that talks about the problem of not being decisive about being able to make a decision, and then move forward with that whatever
that decision may be. Our mother was not like that. And that's why we believe he didn't like Islam at the beginning. Why? Because Allah was very happy with the way his life was going. He was an ambassador of Qureshi was going and then the Prophet alayhi salatu salam brought forward the Quran, he brought a different narrative. And it costs Qatar for the first time in his life to be in doubt.
He had never been in doubt about anything before. He always thought things through he came to a conclusion with a decision. And then Islam came and cost him all this doubts. He hated it. He hated the fact that he was doubting his decision doubting his life, doubting his life goals. He didn't he didn't like that, that put him in this position where he didn't know what to do. So he fought the prophet Ali Hassan some early on, and I told you the stories, you would walk behind him telling people not to speak to him.
And then Omar tells us his story of how he changed slowly. The first time is damn touched him was when he was persecuting one of his servants, a young girl.
And her perseverance and her commitment. It was her commitment that bothered him. He knows himself. He's already committed person, you can't break him. But how is his 10 year old girl more committed to something than he is? Why is she so sure about what she's sure about? And why do I have doubts? And I'm 10 I'm 40 or 50 years older than she is. That really bothered him.
But it made him think that was the first story. The second story I'll tell you today.
Oh, my God, Allahu Anhu. As most Muslims, as most people of Makkah sorry, before Islam, he drank. He drank alcohol. It was something that they did. They stopped after him. I'll tell you, I'll tell you the stories in a moment. But he went one morning and I was his intention to go to the bar. But because it was closed, he decided to go towards the Kaaba and make some dough off. So it goes to the towards the Kaaba, and just happens to be that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam is standing there and he is praying Ali Asad to some alone and he reciting some of the Quran. So Amara is making it off. And he's gonna hear the prophet Isaiah saw to send me into fatty items with the Fatiha and then he
begins a Sunni sorcery, so to help.
The Hatha is very beautiful soul is very, very deep. And
the word means righteousness and how meaning the most righteous thing ever.
The pinnacle of righteousness I'll have are the six the six Holika Yeah. And you met when you recited Mal?
What is what is this? The Supreme righteousness and what do you know about the Supreme righteousness? So on top of this thing, what is this? What is what he's talking about? Of course talking about Okay. So what he does is he's making Tawaf when he's walking beside the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, he slows down. So we can hear when he's on the other side of the car, but he kind of goes up quickly. So he doesn't want the prophet to know he's listening, but he wants to listen in the profile as well. So summarization is sunnah it's beautiful go back to it's a beautiful sutra.
It talks a lot about wildlife. It gives a lot of
But it scares you. And it gives you hope at the same time. So he's listening to it and the first is are moving very, very, very aggressively. They talk about the punishment that happened to those who who refused ALLAH SubhanA
wa Murmu for overly Google power via what I'm doing for overly kooberi and sort of solid idea talks about the punishment that came to the people of mood and add to the ancestors of the Arabs in the region. Then he continues, he talks about normal piano when shocked, but this summer, or for here, yo, maybe they all were here or homeopathy. In other words, the burden for Dakka Dakka, Tanga. While Morocco Algeria, it starts talking about the days of the Day of
the Day of Judgment and all the things that happened and all the changes that occur in the universe Iran, he's listening again, help us we'll be running around the camera trying to hear more, until he comes to profit. And so, he talks about gender talks about now, the profit is thought to stem comes to an area and so that will
ensue insert to have.
Amara is now thinking to himself, what is this? What is it that he is seeing?
This must be this must be poetry. It must be poetry. So the Prophet alayhi salam is saying so to Hakka he just happens to come to the woman who will be holy sha Allah Elam took me noon, it's not the words of a poet, but you just don't want to believe so. I'm gonna hook up with Socrates he, then he must be a sorcerer. Well, because he can't and it's not the words of a sorcerer either. kalila I'm not sure that girl but you don't want to listen to reflect. So he says to himself as a prop as being so what is this? 10 Zeno, Mirabella ilmu. This is this is revelation from the Lord of the universe. Darren kata was like I have to walk away so he leaves doesn't continue to me. And he's
thinking about this and it doesn't know what to do.
He said the third time Islam touched my heart is during during this six year this is how bad depression was people who had relatives and other places they were leaving Mecca you're asking the Prophet Alia sauce was on Can I can I leave I have someone who can take care of me in this tribe over here somewhere and the Prophet Alia serves him yes if you have somewhere you can go go. Don't stay here and be persecuted don't stay wait around to be oppressed if you can leave leave. So this lady is standing in preparing her camel. Her name is Omar Abdullah. So he comes back Allah al Omar Abdullah, where you're going
for a pharaoh B D name income. I'm taking my religion and my freedom of religion and I'm leaving you, you people with what you've done to us. For kala dickeya you don't you're leaving alone. For Karla multimillion dollar million the hit is not a good thing. You shouldn't you know, this is not a good thing. For Carla Jo, she'll have to be my husband will will follow me soon. For Carla with tequila, may Allah grant us the new Allah of course people of Makkah, as I said they knew Allah is not there. This descendants of Ibrahim Ali Sam, they just had shirk. They just had problems in the way they saw Him. They knew God they just didn't understand. They didn't know how to view God
understand God or follow his teachings. But he said that to her May Allah grant you success. It hurt him that this lady had to leave her country because of what he and other people were doing. He didn't like that. So, so harmed him or
her husband, you later on would catch up. And she would tell him this is what happened. I thought when I saw him I was dead. When I saw him come up and ask me where I was going. I'm like, That's it. He's going to kill me right now. But then when I told him I was leaving, she said, I looked at him he almost had tears in his eyes.
So the husband's like, What do you mean tears? Tears and what are you talking about? She said, No, no, seriously. I felt that he had he had empathy towards me that I was leaving. For cara de La Nina and know who you slept with. He could become a Muslim who Allahu Allah Islam Rama, Hatha useless, Mr. Al Khattab until the donkey of his father becomes Muslim, he will never become Muslim. He was wrong, obviously. But that's the that's the view. That's how difficult he was. He would go spend the night probably thinking about that.
In the next day, he would make a decision. What was his decision?
To kill them Muhammad Sallallahu ala I'm humbled thrombotic system. That was his dishes decision in the morning. He's like all this doubt in my life, all these problems is because of one person. If I can remove him, then all my debt will go away. All my struggle, my inner struggle that I'm having, if I can just get rid of him, all the people are leaving their town, people are being persecuted people are dying. It's all because of this man what he brought, I should get rid of him
to inner struggle. So he takes his sword.
And he's going looking for data to come and go and to see where the profit is. Because he knew that they were they were sitting at that time somewhere. He was gonna find them. So he's looking. He runs into him and Massoud Musto sees the look in his eyes. Where are you going?
For Karla de Luna, Allah Mohammed Fania partiko Tell me where Mohammed is going to kill him.
So I was like, I have to divert him quickly. I need to find some way to get him not because you know, this is I don't know, maybe he knocks on the door. He takes out his story of the Prophet isosilybin is unaware of this happens he needs to divert Amara Fatah Allah. Dr. Mohammed, we'll have a look. We'll say Heruka were to come Muslim and you're gonna go and kill Mohammed and your sister and your brother in law are both Muslim maybe
go take care of your sister and brother in law first. Of course, they didn't know that. And Massoud probably shouldn't have told him that but he was like, I don't I didn't I couldn't think of anything else. I apologize but at the best I could come up with at the moment I needed to get him away and go tell the prophet at least that's what I was thinking for Carla the
Saba at my old sister left her gonna
go see her if you think you're if you're so strong and you make a difference. Go take care of your own family. You know, that way of kind of doing things so I'm gonna hop runs towards his sister's house.
faulting them into Kappa, another great lady, one of the early Muslims, we talked about her a little bit. You're gonna see the effect. A lot of these great Muslims became Muslims through a lady or a sister through a wife, a mother for a friend something like that. So it goes too far. Remember the hotdogs house? Who's inside the house. Her husband sat at bin Zaid ibn Abdullah bin Newfield. I talked about them at some point. Her husband the great Muslim, one of the national machinima agenda, and kebab. Remember the guy who was put on the call that guy? He's in the house? What is kebab doing kebab is reciting upon Fatima inside some new verses?
Some fresh revelation
fresh revelation that was written and he's there he reciting it upon them. They're sitting inside the house and that's what they're doing. So our club comes he he comes he sneaks up to the house he can hear something inside. You can hear someone doing something inside he hears noises. So he bangs on the door they look through the door it's a hot tub goes under the bed immediately. You just got your dyes under the bed
and say it is left you have to open the door and I'm not even here. So sorry. It goes in my mouth today. Jama left open the door for Kalama tree to clear my head. Hey, Elena. Hey, never means you know the whispers are the words that I don't understand. What What are you saying inside?
Are you singing what do you do? We're having a party was going on and opened the door. So psi is negotiating not to open the door. He gets very aggressive opens the door. For Kalamata con Are you saying? He sees the cipher so he was put somewhere that had this sweater written on it? He goes for it. He says no. He gets punched in the face. So he just knocked out cold.
He's out so he couldn't tell the story because he was out. He goes for it. Fatima comes in front of him. She's pushing him away. He pushes her she falls she falls she hurts herself. He has a small you know he has a small cut on her on her ear when she felt her earring fell out into some blood when he saw that his sister has fell and so he calmed down he felt maybe he went too far. He was there to harm his sister. So she got up fault him but he did sit down so he sat plasma to do what you want to call sobriety or you love to call it now um so that
I have left this I've left your your religion worship Allah. Allahu Allah Muhammad Rasool Allah is was my husband and so was kebab under the bed
What do you want
for Carla? After any hotter after give me I want to read it for Karla intelligence home but our daughter said what are you know you go not in the state that you are going to make a sale and then come back I can give you the the Quran your spa here. You should be taught if you want to read it. We all know maybe that calmed him down a bit. When you're really angry. Water helps. Right? That's one of the sooner you go wash your face. You calm down. So I'm gonna call Bob goes he washes his face. He calms down.
She gives it to him.
She gives him the saliva. And he recites the Allahu Anhu the following verses.
ma N Zelina. Allah Ecole por la Tushar, you have not revealed this to you so that you may be miserable. So you that meet so that you may be weak or oppressed or persecute that's not why we gave you this. This verse was revealed during that period, why? Because maybe the Muslims at that point for three years have nothing but persecution and oppression and death and brutality and it just so much of it that they thought maybe this is what Allah wants. For us. It's just a story of of deaths and persecution is like the story of Judas with liberal jour it also is going to be like to the photocurrent games you're gonna know this not only gave this to you, this is not the reason for
revelation, you are going to rise.
You're going to rise this is going to happen. This is just a temporary phase. Everybody goes through this. You don't you don't land on top without going without going through the mud first. It just doesn't happen. If you do you fall. You do. It's just how life works. You have to go through the difficulties. They have to understand that this is temporary. We gave you this Quran so that you may rise one day and find satisfaction and find happiness and find contempt and find any the serenity and tranquility Mertens Elena Ecole Nitesh in Kira to Lima in Yorkshire, however, it is going to be a reminder to those who have fearfulness and rebel reverence of Allah subhanaw taala
10 Zilla Mim and holla call Allah was sent to Allah it has been revealed by the one
the earth in the cosmos above? Oh man, I love the outro she's stoer Rama and Subhanahu wa Taala upon his throne his power continues now who Matthew similarity Why am I feeling earthly one my baby now whom our data thorough he owns everything in the cosmos in the heavens and everything in the earth and everything between everything under it we're intelligent how to build code and if you speak out loud it's like you speaking to Omar for in Huya Allah Musil Raja you speak out loud or muddy you hate Islam you don't like it but we know what's inside your home and I know what's going on inside and what you what you hide deep inside that you you're in doubting you don't know what's going on
and you're acting like you're hated but deep inside that's not how you are we're integer horrible pole for interval we are animals serve our alpha you knows that was which is hidden and even What's even more hidden than that. Hola, la isla in LA who? La who? Esma SNA
Allah there is no gun but him he has the glorious names. He continues actually it doesn't end there while attack a hadith will Musa and I've ever heard the story of Musa is now right when he sees the fire Bacala Leah Holly hem Khufu in the earnest tunel La La li te caminhada Kobus o RG to Alain de Houda I told his family Wait I see a fire let me go and see what I can find Megan bring a piece of wood where I can find some someone to tell us which way to go because they were lost in the desert. So his wife and his children stay there and he goes for attire when he arrives there no dia yeah Musa when he arrives or is called or Musa in the logbook. Indeed I am your Lord. Allah and Alec take
off your shoes. In Kapalua De Luca desio. Toba, you're in the Sacred Valley have to take off your shoes. It's just a symbol take off. Get rid of whatever you have from dunya walk in pure walk in with purity.
She was always filled with filth, just how it was before. But take them off. You're in a sacred place walk in here's
what I know. And I've chosen you first me I love you. So listen to what I'm going to reveal to you. So what as these are very important verses you've ever wondered what it would be like if Allah spoke to you personally, He speaks to you every day in the Quran. But we all like to have any parcel of personal conversation with you so reasonable. This is Moses personal conversations ever spoke to God, this is what he would told you. If you ever spoke to him directly, you don't have to imagine this is what he's told Musa when he spoke to him directly.
Imagine yourself in the place of neutrality sit down and listen to Allah subhanaw taala speak to you directly what is he gonna say this is what he says in many and Allah indeed I am Allah La ilaha illa Allah there is no god but me for I Bhutanese to worship and serve will act in your Salah to the decree perfect your prayer and use it to rise using my remembrance in the center.
To tune aka do fi a 2g is cool Luna FCMB Mata Saya, indeed. The hour which is the Day of Judgment is on its way, I have hit it so that every person may be held accountable in a just manner. If you were to speak to God, these are the points he would make with you. Number one, who he is why you're here, what you're doing, what's awaiting you, sir, as waiting.
Why so that everyone may be held accountable. But I also done NACA on her. So do not allow anyone to push you away from it or drive you away from it, or cause you to go astray from it. But I also so then I can have you don't allow those who don't believe in it, what Deborah Hawa who and follow their desires and whims for talent. Because if you do then you lose. That's how you lose.
This is what Allah subhanaw taala told Musa and Arma Jota read those verses.
And if you felt the strength of them, I can tell you I felt the strength 10 times. So Omar had good characteristics. He had some some bad ones as well. But he he left the Quran during his life, he left the Quran, he embraced it. He truly embraced the Quran. The Quran took Ramallah and it changed the ummah. It brought the best of Omar out and it got rid of the worst of him. Just like every person sitting in this room. There you have amazing characteristics and you have a couple couple that aren't that great if you let the Quran enter your heart if you want to run into your veins, if you embrace the Quran truly, if you learn to love the Quran, to read the Quran, to actually
understand the Quran, to enter into the valley of the Quran without your shoes. You're just entered with nothing with no previous judgment with nothing at all, but full accept full acceptance of what he's going to teach you subhanaw taala then the Quran will do for you what it did for our football. It will do for me you will have the impact that oh
articletop had in his life, because impact wasn't just this day that I'm gonna tell you the stories of is going to go as far as
15 years after the Prophet Ali's you see is the thing is, it's not never reached it did Islam reaches full strength during the life of the prophet it was set up. No, not really. It didn't peak during his life on your site to some he didn't get to see that peak. But it peaked during our HotJobs time as Khalifa, which is all connected to what why his story is so important by learning about him. It's an extension of understanding how Islam works, the raw value of sorts and passed away. Yes, there were more Muslims, but still, Arabia was was was not united.
There was no civilization that was built. But then look at the time of Omar, you see something different. You see something different or the Allahu Anhu ALLAH.
So he puts down the Sahifa
and he signs up and he says de lune Allah Muhammad, where is he? Where is he sitting?
So they're hesitant, but Fatima could see the change for Carla trophy Daddy, can I know where he is? He's over there. Go see him. So kebab and inside and what are you doing? Why don't you tell him? They didn't see what she saw or the Allahu Anhu when she looked at him. So he walks out. He's still carrying his sword.
He just didn't put it away. He's carrying a sword he's walking. He has come to decision. you'd read this. It comes to decision. He goes he knocks on the door.
We look who do they see? They see a hot dog with his sword not in its socket. He has a sore note. The Sahaba panic
the panic in the room what do we people are looking for a place where do we go? You have a suit allah how do we hide you him? There's Is there a backdoor what do we do for Allah? Allah your cyber? Salamis. Okay, sit. I'll open the door. You understood Allah. He has. He has his sword, said at least certainly opens the door for the amount of factor Hi, Barbara. Rasulullah Lysander.
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jacket, that's where they both come together. There's they're not going to close? That's called tele beam. So it comes first and EBITA dB. Takes some like random middle, but if it has any, then Then he shook me had to look better. And then I fell to my knees. Just I think so he remembers that he's not the strongest ally. Although I know there's someone stronger than him. So I don't know how
fertile they are. I see slim, ugly ugly Can you drink?
Except Islam has your brain not understood this yet? Why isn't your brain understanding this was taking you so long?
The Sahaba sitting there not sure what's going to happen he still has a sword for calling to Allah either in the Allahu Akbar Muhammad Rasulullah I bear witness there is no God but Allah and that you're His messenger. Allah for Kabbalah Sahaba will come but also HA, HA Rajat coration Manduria that activity that was happening caused Qureshi to come out of the doors. What was going on?
Someone Getting married is or what's what's happening? No, it's just one person accepted Islam. Just one person
There's a bunch of quotes
by Xena Isetan moonbot and Islam Omar.
We have the long been in glory since the day the glory that's what he means. We have for as long as we can remember been in glory since the day your alma mater accepted Islam zetten Mundo SLM Omar, what can you call in Canada Islam Omar Allah Fatiha the day he accepted us that was a that was an opening for all of us when he jumped to hula nostra when he when he in migrated it was victory what email not to who Rama when he finally became the Khalifa it was it was a mercy for all of us. Wallah he missed up on a and no Solea Bill Beatty Hector Islam Omar from Islam Omar Taylor whom had the honor for Selena we would never have the we we didn't have the courage to go and pray in front of
the cob until it became Muslim. He would fight them off so we could pray the prophet and he would do it on his own but the Sahaba wouldn't have couldn't do it. Yeah, who will Allah Hey Mustafa Anna and you'll suddenly will enter Cambodia vahidi in Islam or we didn't have the you didn't have the courage to go and pray openly publicly in front of a cabinet until the Omer accepted Islam
and if you go and you look into the Sierra, you find all these Sahaba saying stuff like that it'd be best is something similar?
Kebabs it's something similar because it's something similar the day that aren't accepted Islam. It was a big day. What happened? Well now you have in the room two people.
You have Hamza who by the way when I were knocking on the door didn't even move. He just sat he's like he wants to come in. You can come in if he wants to hire they will give it to him if he wants to jump or kill him with a sword no worries. And it didn't move didn't didn't flinch. But now you have a moat and Hamza in the room.
So I'm gonna hook up Kalia Rasulullah. Lesnar, aren't we are we seeing the truth? color better?
And better, aren't they saying that which is wrong for color, better color for feeding and then why are we hiding this? For color?
No matter who you are, what is your what are your thoughts? Because
it will be hard we go and we and we announce all this.
So the Prophet Alia starts with I'm impressed with this with this level of commitment and strength and courage and enthusiasm, you see all the stuff that are kind of missing in our, in our equations, and equations we have today. There's all these little things that are missing. There's lack of enthusiasm. There's a lack of initiative, there's a lack of, of following through with things of fully committing of spending your time thinking about trying to figure things out and trying to serve. It's not there. Chela come back, but yeah, and he that's what's missing. So the Prophet alayhi wa sallam made two lines of the sahaba.
The student two lines, right beside each other one on the
front of one line was on one on the second. The second line was Hamza and they left the house of double bottom and they went towards the Kaaba, you're cool. You can build on what you have behind the wall, walk out doing tech beer and Holly recipe altogether, just making beer.
But if a corporation comes out and they're upset, what is this?
What is this? You're bothering us and you're saying all this stuff, and we've been oppressing these people for a long time to come out. They want to hit, they walk out, they look, they cry, they walk back inside, they close the door, it's okay, let them have the day. It's fine. I'm busy. So they go and they make make the offer on the cob.
It was a big mental launch. That's the day the prophet Ali Asad was called him and Farrokh he was called with photo the photo means the one who differentiated the righteousness from falsehood, strength from weakness hug from bottle it's called a photo from that day on till this day.
This is what he does within the first minute what he's gonna do with his first day of Islam so that we can kind of take that and think about ourselves. He does that he gets to almost a habit to make the lab doing tech lead into how do you not hearing anybody all day just sitting just watching not a word? They're done people go home. Omaha club is not it. That's not enough. It feels no there's something there's something missing Scalia rasool Allah Allah He man in Nigeria seem Jehovah to fee he'd be either Iike
hero fee Bhima Habitica. Every single place I saw it, and I made it public and clear that I was against you. I'm gonna go back today and change all that today. Every place that I publicly explained my position from from the Muslims. This is six years and
right this is six years into Islam. It's not six days. We're not still at the beginning of all this has been six years.
He missed out on 25% of the prophets of Allah Hadees. Like we said it was math and Naboo is prophecy was 23 years he missed out on six of them. That is more than 25%.
I want you to think about that. That one of the biggest names that we have a che hon when we say Bucha and Omar, one of the myths six years 25% If at all, but didn't make a difference. Not a problem.
You can arrive late, that's okay. You can be you can be a late bloomer.
It's just when you finally come to the conclusion or decision, can you fully commit or not? That's really, that's really the only question that we have to ask. When you finally come to it. Are you able to commit or are you not able to do that?
All right. So Allahu Anhu after all, that still wasn't happy. He felt there was something more he was still itching to do more. So he goes to his family. He gathers all his all his children, all his relatives, his wife, everybody puts them all in place. For Karla Where do you even where do you come Hara Melissa and Melissa and Tara and I will never look at you again. It will speak to you again. Had to take her to Allah Allah. Allahu Allah Muhammad Abdullah Sudha until all of you except Islam right now. So of course everybody in shadow Allah Allah it's Omar. And then I have a 10 year old comes out of the group to call a tea and a Muslim and I've been I've been a Muslim for a couple of
years now. Abdulla. He's think that this point he can finally come and tell him that he's been Muslim for a while so that he can you know, be he's been hiding it for for quite some time he comes down he tells his father who forgot up and so he hit me and he hit me hard. But what Omaha Why did you hit me the Florida Quinta to slim? We're going through quarterback. You will you accepted Islam and loved your dad. Couldn't the dad who will Jana was that true quarterback you know now you're going to entertain and leave me to know if that's what you're going to do your phone number call if I'm
going to call her leaving your Alma Amara. He kept on remembering for Obama, the karate major lesson for workers who work is
he kept on remembering it. Omar Abdullah Ahmad was maybe in his 30s or 40s. He was an imam. He was a 14. You walking with his dad, and he would remember it and he would hit him. You'd be stuck in the ground. Just slap him. What's wrong football Hakuna Tetro quarterback, you're going to leave me? You're gonna accept Islam and move do your own thing. What about what about your father, whatever, man SubhanAllah. Just something about that.
But that wasn't enough. was enough. Wasn't enough. He gave them this moment of a moment of strength to the Muslims and he got his family and it wasn't enough. So he went and he's looking he's looking for a fight. He is not aware of all the rules the ground rules that the Sahaba were taught early
Have no have no violence. He wasn't aware of all this stuff yet he just accepted Islam is very new to him all he knows is that that's all he knows. So he goes and he wants to confront the people that have been persecuting the Muslim for a long time.
The people he was once with it's very hard to change sides. It's very hard. If you're on the wrong side now or you know someone who is and they want to change when it comes to a person it's hard because people will continuously remind you of your past you know that if at one point you were someone who wasn't really good Muslim, he spoke bad things you did bad things you act whatever whatever the life that you had new pre Islam pre accepting actual Islam is difficult to change sides, because when you do, they just won't leave you alone. Obey all your friends. Okay? But now you're what you're seeing now. Oh, so now your shifts now you're gonna pray and now we're not good
enough for you? And what were you What were you doing last Tuesday? I didn't know what I mean. You remember what you were doing? Where were you? Are you and I went by how many times have you and I do the remind? You know, he couldn't care less. Yes, I was completely mistaken. I was on the wrong side. For six years. Everything I said and did was wrong. I apologize. That was horrible. I've changed now. You don't like it don't like it. That requires a very high level of confidence and commitment for you to to embrace your past except the fact that you lived a certain period of time in the wrong way that's okay. The past is the past Don't be ashamed of the past. Don't let your past
haunt you acknowledge it learn from it if you were wrong and just say you were wrong there's nothing wrong there's nothing there's nothing problematic with that it's just it's the past the past is not there to ruin your future it's just there for you to learn to become better take the lessons of your past learn from his past where you learn that he was wrong for a long time you have to make up for it now that's why he he does what he does and he did what he did have the Allah one learn if you knew nothing from him I learned that points. So okay, it's okay to have a past that is not something you're proud of. It's not a problem. Yeah, I was I was wrong. I used to do wrong things and I have
completely repented I've left all that I've left everything about it and now I'm doing better hamdulillah and I'm continuing Jhala continue to do better and leave all that behind this
on top I've had no problem going knocking on the door of the person who was just yesterday speaking about how he was going to destroy the Prophet Alia salsa minister and together with he knocks on the door
and we get up to the door and
their buddies ahead hidden the call to action to Allah Allah Allah who I shadow under Mohammed Abdullah sudo their right to your face for cada have set to Allah Yes sir. I've said Allah Who yo MK You ruined my day. And he closes the door and goes inside. So what is left? That's not just what he's looking for. So he goes he knocks on the door it was a Fiat and same thing says the same thing was if you don't tell them the same thing close the door goes inside. Nobody wants to confront Elmo. Their nine year old Mercedes huge is not gonna get so he doesn't like it. So he goes he goes right in front of the car. And he stands there making Islam public speaking preaching Islam that he just
learned five minutes ago. breaching the DEA they just became familiar with probably isn't even probably you probably know way more than he does. You know his future you know what happened later? He has no idea this is all new to him. And people come out and they start you know complaining stop doing this but they don't come close because Omar but then there's enough of them then there's maybe
30 of them so once there's 2030 Okay, maybe we can take them so they so they go your portfolio costume while you play on the table. Oh my god boy no, they're hitting him and they hit him back home if I type I'm away it gets really tired he looks for someone who has status for who the WHO Doctor able to he takes him put him up put him under his his armpit follow us where he we are in a Henry puts his fingers on the guy's eyes for our school room a trakone Well Tell him to leave me or I'll take her eyes out so the guy starts to leave him alone leave him alone so I'm gonna hop sits there and rest for a couple of minutes with this guy.
And then he leaves them and then they do the same for about the early come out home so it'll be on we spent the rest of the day doing that with them at the table mentor until they got tired of him he got tired of them they left this isn't his first 24 hours of accepting Islam. It'll be Allah one. He came late but he came in strong he came in late but he came in strong it's not a problem. You can come you can arrive late it's not an issue not have to be any of your slate in your past and your history should then have to be perfect. You probably didn't do a lot of the negative things that only Bob didn't do his life you've never walked into profit Alia southwest lemon customer have you
know, well he did. But that doesn't matter. Because that's the past and he repented from that and he changed from that day forward or the Allahu Allahu Allah. And he changed so significantly and so radically
that people remember that day. i There's something I find difficult to wrap my head around that you could be a Muslim living during that period and then look back at it 10 years later, and say oh, that's the day that I'm gonna hotdog or that
It was a great day. That was awesome. And you smile about a time when you and your family members in the Prophet and all the Muslims, you know, where were you treated horribly, you had no rights you couldn't become you couldn't be you couldn't be a Muslim. You were being treated in the worst way possible. You're being persecuted and oppressed and and brutalized. But you remember that day in a positive way? Because of what one person did, or two people did. I find that astonishing. It's worth telling that story. And we're not all as physically strong as Omar. But can you be as mentally strong as Omar was? Can you when you can you commit to this the way he did?
Can you get ahead of everyone else you may think to yourself, well, you know, billon inside and aborto Bader and zuba you know, but I should always be ahead of Omaha and ranking Correct. They've been Muslim for six years before he was but they're not. And there's nothing wrong with us saying that
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Abu Bakr Omar with him, you would come same story, you would sit there with him, he stood he was there for the Allahu Anhu every step of the way. He was so much there that he would object to the prophet Ali Assad was then you'll find anyone in the Sierra who objects more to him, it starts with an armbar he would object openly. He would object to say something doesn't like it. Why? Because he's not a part of this Dean. He's not attached to it. No, no, he is completely accepted the responsibility of the dean. It's his he's he there's ownership. There's a feeling of ownership. It's my dean, you have a sort of Allah, you are the teacher, but I'm Muslim as much as anyone else. And
this is my story, too. And I am fully committed to this and I have a say if I want to say something to say it's I don't like it on the say it's but people object. I get a lot of objections, obviously, on every level, but it's never from someone who's fully committed. It's always from someone who is filled with doubts.
Who doesn't like Islam altogether, but that's what they're born in. They're looking for, for holes to poke at. That's not That's not how it's done. I want to have objected to the prophet is on the radio comedy with the objects so hard to do the day before Davia so hard that the Sahaba would be like, Dude, you have to bring us down a notch. This is not proper, what you're doing. He's walking around trying to rally the Sahaba against the Prophet Allah yourself sometimes word. And he would say later, I regret that day. That wasn't, that wasn't good. But why did he do it? Because he felt so as he felt this ownership to Islam, he felt that he belonged. And he had to
and you see the number of times during his life of the law, one that he will point out things in the prophet Ali Asad was around like the hijab.
You know, sort of all these people coming into your house in your area, your your wives are sitting there all the time. There should be some other there's still this is not right. I don't like it's a few weeks later, we got to Ultimune limita and
hijab and the Prophet alayhi salam called Amara come, Allah subhanaw taala answered you and He gave you what you're looking for.
Or Mr. Wiggins was still Islam on with his story.
When he can, you know, he fully understood.
He start to think about certain things. And one of the things that stuck with him is he thought, You know what, based on my understood from Islam, we shouldn't be drinking.
Alcohol makes no sense.
This is what happens when you fully embrace
the outcome of Allah subhanaw taala start making full sense to you. He started looking at alcohol before alcohol was haram before because it became fully haram. He's like, I don't think doesn't make sense if what I'm being taught about Islam. This is the person we're supposed to be preserving our intellect. So why are we this? We shouldn't be doing this. So he said Allahumma, Yelena Philharmonie, bayaaN, and Shafi Oh Allah give us give us something clear in common so we know what to do. So the bucket is Luna, I'm hungry. Well, Mason kullfi Hema if Moon curvier woman if you're the nurse,
there's a lot of sin in it and some people will find benefits. So hopefully that's not that's not what I want. I want more. So it make the same drought. Give me something clear. So I think the SAT would come Yeah, Hola, Dina Amendola? takanobu Salah Dawa anthem su cara. Don't come near parent if you're a drunk.
So he's like yes, I'm always praying and so I won't do it anymore. But still he wants something more. See each one of course has its own reason of why it was revealed that we have to study the sewers to understand why we talked about it and the other Halaqaat and then he makes the dog that third time so Allah Subhanallah reveals to them that either Yeah, you hola Dina in Namaha Maru while may zero well unsolvable Well, Islam already some anomaly shaytani Fujitani boo La La come to flee Hoon? Indeed, alcohol and gambling and idols and superstition are all acts of shaytaan so leave them fully so that you may be successful in an IUD to shape on a UK either in a cool idea what a while
back, but I will humbly will maze here where you're so DICOM and decree law he wants to sort out the shape one wants to enter animosity amongst you with these things and take you away from the remember
must have Allah subhanaw taala from prayer for hell and domanda Hoon so we will finally leave it for Karla Ramadan tahina. Yadav, of course, we're done.
Hola Hola. And he just had a wave about
commitment. So we're going to summarize him in one word, just full commitment, not holding anything back, not embarrassed of anything, I couldn't care less what people thought of him said about him, their opinions what didn't matter at all, he found the truth. Now he knew what he was going to dedicate his life to. End of story, everything else is just noise in the background that is completely worthless. If you can, if you can think that way, I guarantee you that you will start having impact maybe not none of us maybe can have the impact that Omar had. Because it went beyond the stories I'm telling you today. But hopefully something similar. Hopefully, when you stop caring
about anything else, and just go for what you were taught and what you know, now is the truth. It will change your life. And then you allow the Quran to enter your soul and your heart the way Alma did, and it will change you the way changed. It will affect you the way it affected. Bob, there'll be Allahu Anhu today was a story of a good time in the midst of all this, because tomorrow we go back and I start telling you about the negotiations next time. And I'll tell you about the persecutions that came to the point where they had to leave Arabia all together. It gets worse. But in the midst of all that it was just a beacon of light. Just this moment of lights. Hamza and
Ramadan katabi Allah and homage main. I'll end with that in sha Allah will continue with the Halacha next week again next week will be after Muslim between Muslim 18 in Asia with Mr. Goblin shells, the pagoda Hamrick Shinola Illa Hill and the stock moved to La Casa Latina Muhammad while early he was like a big man he's open, we're lucky and Baraka Luffy