Seerah Halaqah – After Hudaybiyah

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We left off last week within the seal of the prophets of Allah Allah Allah salAllahu Salam, and it's like okay, and you have to you have to fix it up again and we concluded the Treaty of Davia which is where you talked about over the last couple of weeks, and today inshallah we're gonna move move forward a little bit

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from that inshallah if I can.

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Perfect. So right after Davia we talked about that the prophet the Prophet audio Salatu was Salam when the year after Ramadan, Cola, and kind of what happened during during that time. But now, I want to tell you a little bit of what occurred after the Treaty of Saudi Arabia for the for the short period of time, before Quraysh basically broke the or betrayed broke the treaty, or betrayed the Prophet audience and betrayed the Muslims. It wasn't that long the treaty was 10 years, 10 years of truce, 10 years of no of peace, and no fight in the war. But it didn't go on that long. But within the period between her debut between the Fatima basically because that's gonna happen, a

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number of there was enough time for a number of things to occur, important things important events occurred before if I had to Hammacher between her Davia for Dhamaka that basically kind of paved the way for what's going to happen later. The moment the Prophet Allah salatu salam got the treaty signed. The Sahaba as I said, initially didn't really understand why he accepted such a unjust an injustice, an unfair articles and conditions within the treaty itself. But I need to start to say I knew exactly what he was doing. He just wanted that those 10 years of peace, he just wanted the openness of entering the the allegiance with the prophet or the Elisha operation. without there

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being any fear within Arabia. He knew if he did that he got that things would work out almost automatically. But the moment he was able to go home, like we got to Medina, the first thing he did is this over here, the first thing he did, it's very interesting that he didn't even there was almost not even a night between him getting to Medina and him initiating correspondences with the kings of the land, the moment he was able to agree with Croatian ogre war, that's it, we're done. No more fighting anymore. There's there's peace. People can enter in my alliance, people can leave, they can do whatever they want. There's freedom of choice, freedom of religion, he is now recognized

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as a state. I didn't talk about that last time I'm talking I left it till today. Another reason why he was lucky. He smiled at a salatu salam when when that try it when that treaty was signed, is that Quraysh without even noticing, because I'm wondering if you notice that maybe you did, maybe you didn't

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correct without even noticing, by signing this treaty, kind of acknowledged the Prophet and the Muslims as a country.

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Just want to say like by the fact that they actually signed the treaty with the Davia without even knowing it. Well, ah, by doing that acknowledged that the Muslims are a country, because before that, they call them outlaws and terrorists or, or whatever you want to call them. But when they when they signed the treaty, forget about the 10 years that they got just signing it, even if there was no 10 years. That means they're the Qureshi is basically acknowledging that Muhammad and the Muslims are a country. They're their own entity. They have their own rules and laws, because they weren't recognized before that, yes, they had it. They had a country, they had an army, they had

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laws, but they weren't recognized not in the land by anybody. And the Prophet alayhi. Salam didn't have that yet. And when they signed the treaty, he knew that he got that now he is recognized as a state with a leader who signed a treaty with the leaders of foreigners, because the only actual states in Arabia that was recognized was operation of Quraysh. Basically, Mecca recognizes a place and that place is legit. So the fine the fact that they signed the treaty, the Prophet saw there was no recognized as the head of a state that was legitimate within the region. It took them a while to figure that out. They say and I'll tell you the story of this gentleman today, that when I'm in the

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last figure that out, he left, that when he when he finally figured when it finally you know, honed on him, that we just basically recognize and acknowledge so he left he picked up his stuff, he packed his bags, and he left he left Arabia altogether. And he went to Aboriginal to this story in a little bit.

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But the fact that he was now a state and he was recognized the first thing he did on a flight to Amsterdam, as he started to communicate and correspond with the kings of the land around him, sending them letters, so he brought to Durban right, the people who wrote like, say, Na, Li and Maui, and others and Zaid, and he's gonna start writing right to either Kisara are they in Ferris? Were in our face on our email room, Opus, we must have been writing to the different leaders, and they said you can't send a letter without a seal. You need a seal. You need a seal. You see that thing over there? That was a seal? As he kings always had seals and they told him you don't have a

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Hutton you did. If you send a piece of paper without a seal on it. No one's gonna read it. It doesn't work.

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look like that in the land. He's I guess you're right, we should get a secret. So we got a seal. And the seal was he wore it on his finger la salatu salam and they would use to use they would put on fire something like like wax and then you would kind of put the liquid wax on, you would take the paper until you see you've seen medieval movies and then they put the ceiling in that and if it was broken then you know someone someone opened it and read it and if it comes out well you know this is the seal of Muhammad the Prophet saw some also had a seal now. So the Muslim is a Muslim country had its own seal. And it was Mohammed Rasulullah with Allah's name at the top. So you read it from down

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to top, because they made the first deal for him. They made it Muhammad Rasulullah but on the top there's his name Ali Asad to say look, there is no make it the opposite because I don't want my name to be on top and Allah's name to be on the bottom. So switch it over. So as Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam.

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So he sends 14 messengers 14 within within a week and a half of getting back from from Saudi Arabia is before I'm gonna talk about this before they went into the armor that I told you about last time, they come back from Saudi Arabia, he starts writing these letters. And he sends 14 messengers I can show you, this is one of the letters actually what it looks like,

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is actually that, you know, one of those letters actually looked like, some of them are preserved. And they were sent to the kings from Muhammad Rasulullah ILA for whatever kisser or the virus or clay Salima room, I need Luca and Tasha de la ilaha illa. Or okay in Islam, if a lamp to slim kind of like a small etc, in he would he would tell them accept Islam, or else the consequences of doing that will await you on the Day of Judgment and you will carry and be accountable for the people amongst you, within your under your care who did not accept Islam. So you need to he was very direct, he was like it was like he was speaking Allah you saw to Islam, it was like he owned, it's

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like around the world, like the person the way the way he was sending these letters. It wasn't rude, it was just very, very confident. It wasn't something that a guy within a city, maybe maybe 2000 3000 people sending to empires that rule, the majority of what was what was known as the traditional world or the old world before we found out this part of the world. You're talking about Persia and Rome. And that's it. What else is there these are the two countries he's sending the the head of states letter is telling that if you don't accept this plan, you're going to be accountable for it. So I think it's best for you that you listen to what I say, except this guidance is saying

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in Allah who these people are reading it and wondering who is this? Who is this person again, who who's sending this son, Allah, Allah, Mohammed salah, he's like you said him, but he sent these letters. And these are pictures of some of these. You've actually read them. And maybe we'll do that a different time. Because it's, it takes a while for me to break down the actual words for you.

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But I want to tell you the story. That is that is worthy of kind of pointing out here. Because it's happened and there's a strong, authentic

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chain of narration for this one.

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I just thought to send would send a letter to Hercules. So not the Hercules, Zeus, the thing you play on? No, no, no those movies but his actual name, the head of state of the Roman Empire at the time the Byzantine Roman Empire was a man was a guy called Caesar was his name was Hercules. So he sent him a letter just happened to be that he was in Damascus at the time. He was he was not in the parts of Turkey where he where he usually is. He was in Damascus at the time. And he was given the letter. So he reads it.

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So who is this?

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Who is this person like this is this is very interesting. And this person is sending it to me. It's very interesting. I would like to know who this is. So he said his name is Mohammed Abdullah. He's like, why is he from? He's from the city called Mk.

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Well, who knows him? Is there anyone here who knows him? Can you go go to the market and see if anyone is from Arabia, who knows this gentleman. So they go and out of his bad luck. So it was a few and as I told you, was marginalized after after 100 after the Battle of the Trench. And in fact, the failure of the Battle of the Trench they told him That's it. We've listened to you long enough, no more, you're not welcome to lead or speak or we don't care about your opinion. So he was marginalized completely. And then for Davia he wasn't allowed to if you remember the story of Batavia, he had no role he wasn't there. He didn't speak he didn't negotiate anyone like so hey, I'm

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gonna I'm gonna did the negotiation because it was Sofia and it was marginalized, or else I was just way more qualified to negotiate anything because he's much more seasoned as a politician, but he was marginalized by his own people. So he said, Alright, fine, whatever. So he leaves he goes on his caravan his he takes his annual caravan, the facilitation of Allah subhanaw taala a couple of months early. He doesn't want to be there for what's going to happen. He knows that Mohammed Salah Salah Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is gonna outsmart the people of Croatia and get the treaty. He knows that he doesn't want to be there for it. So he leaves. He thinks if he runs away, maybe nothing will

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happen. Literally you know that by the time he gets to Damascus, the proper value system has already signed the treaty with Croatia

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gone back to Makkah wrote a letter and sent it to Hercules will happen to be in Damascus. At the same time, Yan was spoke with Sofia and he's trying to forget about Yanni all of his problems, and also Lulu and Muslims and treaties. He just wants to sell him buy a ticket. And people come into the market saying who knows? The only the, they use certain words, the only factor for Asia or Medina Boyd, the person who's claiming to be a prophet or this person. So he's not saying a word, but then all of his followers are pointing at him. He was not very loved by his followers, like I was a Fiat. It was a very cruel person when it came to the business. So all of the people who worked for him,

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were happy to rat him out the moment they said, who knows him? He knows him? No, no, I don't know. No, he knows him. He knows him. He's actually related to him. So they came in they took a bunch of yarn, and they took everyone else who worked with him with him. And he took him to the to the castle of Hercules was was waiting was was Steen. So we asked him, Who are you? So you can there's an Arabic just for those of you who wants to

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want to read it in Arabic can go go ahead and do that. So they come in, and Sofia is surrounded by some of the younger gentleman from Croatia went with him on the caravan and all of his all of the employees and the slaves and all that over there. So it's like 50 people, and he's standing there. So Hercules, are you come Accra? Buena? Seven Isla Mohammed, which of you is most related or closely related

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to this gentleman. So everyone points double Sofia Sakuraba because he's the one who's most, and he's not that related to the Prophet Li. So there's maybe four or five grandfathers, but he's related enough, they all come from the same.

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Same city, same family and tribe. So he's pushed up front.

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So they have trouble homeless up, I'm the closest to him in terms of Illini lineage. So he comes closer.

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So this is what Hercules does. This is what the Caesar does tonight. Stand facing me and all of your followers and people with you will face me as well behind you. So he looks at the people standing behind him and says look, I'm going to ask him questions. If he lies. Just make just just let me know. Just don't don't even say anything. Just make just make a gesture and Off with his head. So everyone's quiet. And it was a few hours ago. No.

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Because it was the beginning of like, I'm totally gonna lie whenever you asked me I'm gonna lie. But then he did this little thing is like, what it was if he and

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I didn't do and ma'am, in the

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episode, do you do any acts Solomon Howler no one on earth hates me more than the people standing behind me within the home in some of them to be able to know when if I fly, they will immediately let them know and they'll kill me. So I had to stand there hoping that I had to sit tell the truth, you didn't have the intention. But he had to because now you know, the moment he starts lying someone behind him when he's given a bit of a gesture and then his head is gonna it's gonna go flying.

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So, so he goes on in the end, he asked him these questions, and I'll show you some of them questions.

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So he begins,

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you asked him a number of questions. I don't remember I can never memorize them. So I put them up there because I'm too lazy to memorize them. Because he asked around 10 or 11 different questions about the Prophet. So the first one was hell who a frequent dude, I mean, does he come from a good family? Or Is he someone who comes from a simple family or a bad background? Or is he comes from a broken home or something? Or a family of crime or family of or is he family? Does he come from a family of nobles, people of respect? For quite a while fina is gonna say no, he has he has a very good, you know, he has a good good, good lineage.

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So we asked him, for he didn't mean that he mankind and Milliken was any of his father's or forefathers or ancestors or king

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colada. No. None of his of his ancestors were king, by for many Atelier who I shall often nasty I'm sorry about your home.

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Falabella who follows him the very rich for the women who are a bit weaker? That no is generally speaking the most of the time you find following him. The people who are you know, oppressed, the oppressed are the ones who follow Him. Generally the most. And I'll just point out that for you here, find out as he doing on young pisode the numbers of people who are following him, are they expanding? Or is it pretty much stagnant? Or the people kind of go down by their belly? Is he doing that? No, there's there's they're always increasing. There's always more. But for Haley, I'll tell ya the minimum so certainly Dini, but I don't get a fee he does anyone who enters his faith leave

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later on because they they find it to be not good or they're not happy with it or they they dislike him or just like the faith for Karla No, we don't we don't know any anything like that. But if I had a contempt that the homeowner who will already be popular on Did you know him to be someone who lied prior to this? Like was he known to be a liar and its allies? For Karla? No, he wasn't known to be liar. file if you have

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said this he betray. So somebody said Paula Newman who Fimo death in LA Dreama Hua I don't see her. We know he doesn't but we just signed a treaty with him. And we all know you know, he

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You still may do if you don't know what I was feeling you said welcome to McKinney Kalama Adolphe has a an IRA howdy that's the only thing I could I could shove into this conversation to make him look bad like the only thing I could get into this conversation with with Cesar to make the profit is gonna look bad. We're stealing I may well, you know, the treaty is still fresh. I don't know maybe he will betray us but he hasn't done this before. So just use it to kind of get something in because you couldn't get anything in.

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You asked him Did anyone say this prior to him? Like was there any way or their with their profits? There are people is it known in your in your tribes for people to come in and claimed prophecy before? And he said no, no one no one this is the first time anyone has ever claimed prophecy within within Arabia. But if I will cartel to Have you fought with him has there been war? He said yes. Now file if I gave a copy to local media that how was the power the wars between you and him? But how to move in and elevate you know who CJ you now know me know, when another woman who is back and forth? Sometimes we win? Sometimes he wins. But at the MME what are his commands? What is what is his

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teaching? So what does he teach?

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Hola, hola. Hola. What actually could be a che, why to call my Akula como. He said, He tells us to

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worship this one God, and not to have any associates and to leave what our fathers have taught us to do. He's trying to shove in little things to make it seem that he's not doing the right thing, why it was so clear when I thought he was so that it tells us to pray. And he generally commands the honesty and, and, and chastity in in good, good behaviors.

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So now here, he has done his lines of line of questioning.

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And he's doing it obviously in different language because I don't speak Arabic

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as a person who's kind of translating back and forth. So now Hercules actually explains why he asked all these questions like what was he looking for? It's very interesting. So what he says he says this call to go unnecessary he for the character. I know frequent unicem Funkadelic apostle to battle Phoenix, he called me up. I asked you about his lineage. And you told me he has a good lineage amongst you come from good families. And that's how prophets are. They are always sent within there amongst their people. And they come from good backgrounds. They never come from poor or criminal backgrounds. Why says took a helicopter, I don't mean Come here the whole time, the

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character Allah kinda had called her the

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lady, I asked you did anyone see claimed prophecy before him? You said no. And the reason I asked is because if he told me yes, there are people who claimed prophecy before that I would have just said he's just doing what others have done before. He's just following in the footsteps of people who tried to get it done and couldn't get it done. So he's giving it a shot. But you said no one no one did this.

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Was the alcohol can I mean, bury him in Malik for the captive portal Academy, human medical or junior club? And will be I asked you, is it one of his father's ever King? Do you have any in his ancestry kings? And he said, No. And the reason I asked you because if you said yes, then I will say he's just trying to regain his father's throne. He's trying to reclaim his father or grandfather's throne. And he's going to do it through to claiming prophecy. But you're saying that none of his none of his ancestors, or a king was able to calculate into him, you know, who will carry the public? Capital Allah.

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Let me collect the Ebola nurse, to tell you about a nurse UX developer. And I asked you, did you know him to be a liar prior to this? And you said, No. And the reason I asked you, if he told me yesterday was, then I would say, Well, you know, then that's the that's the trend that he has in his life. But if you're saying no, that he wouldn't leave lying to people, and then go lie on behalf of God, that would be anything. If you're a liar, you're gonna lie on behalf of God, then we should know that you're probably much more open to lying to people in general, but you're not gonna spend a lifetime of honesty and truthfulness. And then the time that you lie, you end up lying on behalf of

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the Almighty himself. Which makes what makes it a lot of sense. What's that it's too casual openness, it's about oh, I'm blocked by their guard down, blah, blah, blah. So I asked you, who follows Him the noble, the very rich are the people who are oppressed and weak, and you told me the majority of them are oppressed. And that is how the that are the stories of all prophets. That is the story of every prophet the prophets are always followed at the beginning by those who are oppressed because they come in they bring social reform and reform is always going to stand by the weak and it take to take the right from from the strong at the beginning. And then of course later

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on later on changes.

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And then I asked you, what

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are you doing on your persona for that character and long as you don't look identical and we'll email and he had tired him and I asked you what about the numbers do they increase or they decrease the people who follow him? He told me the increase and that is how Eman is the moment it touches the heart it never leaves. Once Iman enters it's very difficult to remove it so once people enter this and find the beauty of iman of guidance, it's hard for them to ever walk away from it after they after they taste it taste it was there ready to go? Yatta dua had Socrata Lydian Heba and yet hula V that come to Allah Okay, the article Eman are hanging out too hard to Bucha who lube or Bucha to

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whom lube now as you do people leave the date and you said no when you explain that and that's usually how rich true guidance is through email.

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The true closest to God when you're actually experiencing that's what if you never leave you'd never walk away no one would would commit apostasy wants his there

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was alcohol you have for the cartel okay Delica was supposed to do that. I asked you did he betray? You said no. And that is what is known about prophets that they would never messengers they never betray. What's the L Touka. Be in Morocco and Morocco and taboo, Morocco and Taboola that usually will be a shadow and how come I still thought it was suitable for in Canada.

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So we asked him at the end, what does he tell you to do? And then you told me tells you to preach His monotheism he preaches dough heat.

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That is the that is the basis of this Deen. Never forget that. Never, ever forget what Islam is built on. The basic debate the fundamental piece, the basic piece of this Deen core core concept, core core concept of Tauheed. Never forget that. The moment you you lose sight of that piece, you lose sight of what Islam is as a whole, we are more hidden. That is what that's how we stand out. That's the difference. We believe in La ilaha illAllah. We believe in there is no God. But Allah subhanaw taala there's only one source, one source for everything. There's only one source of knowledge, there's only one source of power, there's only one source for ethics and values and

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principles and rulings and teachings and accountability. If one, it comes from one source, you are a servant to one, you're not a servant to many, you are accountable to one, you're not accountable to many, and you take your commands and your orders from one you don't take them from many. It's one it's still hate. You you you remind yourself of that because that's what this deen is about, that you don't follow the whims and desires of yourself or others and you're not interested, then all that is just it's just background noise. The rulings that you the red lines that you continue to observe in your life are the red lines that Allah subhanaw taala himself drew for you. He said, You

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do not kill and you do not steal. And you don't commit Zina, you don't just come on and you don't mistreat your parents and you don't lie and you don't be betrayed these lines only Allah subhanaw taala draws and the only one who will hold you accountable to them is Allah and you never, you never crossed them because you believe in the Oneness of Allah. That line is not a joke. It's not a human being open it there is not a committee. It's not a government. There are no exceptions. There's no bail, there's nothing. This is the line, he put it there, you observe it to the end of your life. And then that's how you hope that you make it to your agenda. Though hate La ilaha illallah, I am

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servant to only one. Everyone else is just like me, they're human beings. We differ in our mountaintop knowledge and experience and strengthen background we take there's different we there's a lot of variability.

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But we're equal, we're human beings and we're equally all come from the soil of this earth. And the only true account of accountability in this world comes from Allah subhanaw taala. The only Almighty the only omniscience is Allah Jalla Jalla said, the concept of Tawheed is the most simple,

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simple theology that exists in the world. You can't tell me you can't tell me that. Allah is confusing. You can't tell me that. It was hard to to have your to wrap your head around. You can't say that. It was difficult to comprehend and swallow that, you know, hating Allah is the easiest, most simple idea in the world. And it's the only true it's the only truth only truth that exists on this in this universe. Now, you know, there's Oh, there's no God. You see, there's no, there's no God. That's the first piece of it. There is no God. But Allah, there's only one. There's nothing. It's just it's just one. You barely made it to you barely. What? No one else? Don't think about

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anywhere else. Don't worry about anyone else. Don't waste your time on anyone else. There's no because there's no one else. It's only one La ilaha illa. Allah just turned to him this truth that everything around you is created based upon whether you acknowledge it or not, does not increase Allah subhanaw taala in any way, you are just being given the opportunity to adhere to this fundamental truth that governs everything, so that you're in synchrony with every creation that he put in this in this role. subhanaw taala by saying everything believes. So the concept is so important. Even Abu Sufyan who wasn't even Muslim understood this, this is it he came with the head,

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though he does not lucrative.

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Though hated doesn't make this a lot of money to be made on to hate to hate doesn't allow huge institutions to make profit over others. Just there's not a lot of flexibility in it. It forces people to behave in a way that is selfless. It forces people to see themselves as servants as as caregivers of others. It's a very It forces us to see ourselves outside of what we would like to see ourselves to be

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in this capitalist company.

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timing that we're living in, where the focus is all on the individual, and on taking what you want and the intent and taking more than what you need by far and focusing on yourself and only caring for it, though he is the one way out of this selfish mentality because it forces you to see yourself as a servant of one who created many so that you may serve Him through through serving the many that are around you.

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You want to be selfish, you have to be selfless first in order for you for you to be able to be selfish later, though hate is beautiful, or hate is extremely classy. So hate is what allows you to ascend above the the whims and desires and, and basic instincts that you have as a as a as a mammal to something much more beautiful and much more. much beyond that we just understanding law in the law.

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La ilaha illa means if you believe it, that I can pick you up and drop you anywhere, anytime, throughout history anytime, anywhere, any what time drop you hear, you'll have the same value system.

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I drop you in 2023 in North America, I pick you up and put you in any 1000 ad somewhere in Europe or I pick you up and put you somewhere in Africa before it's done. Where I put doesn't matter you will continue. You will continue not to accept human harm you won't kill you won't steal, you won't lie, you won't betray the same stuff. You won't commit Zina, you won't drink come because this is these are the values that Allah subhanaw taala put doesn't matter doesn't matter what what's with the movement around you doesn't matter what's happening elsewhere, outside of the outside of the lines of Allah doesn't matter. Oh, the world can be doing many things that were old, today's allowing

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things that we didn't even most of us don't even understand. Like, I can't even I can't even comprehend some of the words that are being used and explaining how people are behaving like I can't understand I understand what they're saying it's like the words aren't even English I don't understand what they're saying anymore. But that doesn't matter what the world is doing. Doesn't matter how people are behaving or what they adhere to what they don't what they believe in or what they don't, your lines are stable that the same. The same dat is the value of dough hate please take the value of hate for what it is. Because if we're not like that, if you go with the flow, if you go

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with the flow as people you shift to the right or shift to the left in life, that you shift along. Then what exactly is that you know in Allah to you. You go back and see what lines that he draws upon it with and then you adhere to them knowing that the only one that will hold you accountable to them. Is is him is Allah subhanaw taala

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so he told them I asked you what he taught what He commands you. You told me he commands out you have menarche ism he tells you to be honest and chaste at the good state telling you to go to good things not telling you to do crazy stuff that makes no sense.

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So I told him Is this for him can can ask about any so Allah He Liam Lee can mold the academy. Academy you're hurting?

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Welcome to Alamo and no hostage. All I want to encourage you on fee

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for Ernie Allah mu N ne. Oh, hello, Lee letter just Shem to Lippa who want to enter who love ourselves to Panama. He told him you see if he is as you described him to me, then the day will come very soon where he where he rules this land that I stand on. Very soon, he will be ruling the world very soon.

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And I knew that this profit was coming. I knew that there was a time when the final prophet was going to come. But I didn't think it was gonna come amongst you people speaking to the Autopia I didn't think I was gonna be you. I had no reason to believe you would be able to produce someone like that. But if I knew that I could make it to him.

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If I knew that I had a way to leave what I'm in and make it to him that I would go and if I lived with him I would wash his feet. So Allah Allah Muhammad said Allah Allah Azza Heusen this is what this is, this is a authentic narration, there was narrated to us by people who stood by Sophia and that day. So one of the one of the most interesting stories that we have because of authenticity. There's a lot of stories like that, but they like a good chain of narration. So it's hard, it's hard for me to narrate it to you because I don't know I can't believe that it's actually true. But this one here, this one here is quite authentic. It's narrated to us by people who start to believe that

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they would lie and and if it was a lie, it was a feeling to be the first person to stand out and and call it out and he didn't you accepted it's now much later but even before that, and after that he never he never actually denied this actually occurring never denied it because this is what happened. So it was a Fiat and walks out of that. I can't actually make sure if I put it there today.

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On I didn't. So he walks out and he says look at bellava Moon como Hamedan and half I'm in hope I saw the strength

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Muhammad is now at the point where Cesar is afraid of him.

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He was he was very he was taken by this. So probably stealing except Islam took him years. But he started to see this as this is insane. How is how is this guy know, this guy know about him? Why is he fearing him? And why is he talking about him as if this is actually going to happen. These are the names of the 14 people, the prophets of Allah, Allah Cybil Selim sent.

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So these are the people that he sent to speak to the different kings.

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And it's important to know some of these names because we're going to talk about number six for a while, because he was sent to how to him and I made LSD was sent to the king of Barcelona, we're gonna talk about him very close, but I put it up there, just so you can see some of these names. So they're here. It can be the last one who will look very much like the Prophet Alia. So to some extent, he was sent to Hilton, and he was the guy who was there. So he's the one who tells us the story, because he's like, I was standing there after I came here, gave the king the letter, and I'm watching what's happening. And I can't believe what's going on. I can't believe the line of

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questioning, I can't believe the actual commentary that Caesar is giving. And I can't believe what he told him was a view on that day, then yeah, it was just an interesting thing that occurred, he sent how

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to Corpus mellitus Iskandariyah. So the king of Egypt at the time the Pope was sent to help him remember that name, because how it looks is gonna come up later, how he was very trusted, he's a people first and who fought and butter. And he was so trusted that he was one of the people who carried the correspondence of the prophet Isaiah Saddam to one of the kings, he only chose those who were who he trusted on a saw to send it to do this. And they had to be people who are were bilingual or multilingual, we had two people who could speak different languages, because they had to go and speak. And all these people that you see here spoke at least an extra language all of them because

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they were sent due to that fact that they were able to communicate with the kingdom that they were going to speak to so they went and spoke to Caesar within the language that he spoke not that I know exactly what that language was, but he spoken the language of Caesar.

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So I didn't put a an extra slide. So I'll just tell you the story here.

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So this, this battle that I'm going to tell you about is probably the most difficult one to tell the story of

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just a hard it's a hard one to tell for multiple reasons. But when he sent these 14 people on a slot to send him as messengers just to carry a letter

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or you know what, let me tell you, let me see, did I put the story of burden first let me do that one first. So you can we can start this

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Alright, so let's do this one first. So amongst the people that he sent, he sent a letter to the king of Persia and Kiswa. So Kisara is looking at the letter and he sees at the beginning of the letter min Mohammad Rasool Allah Illa Kisara aleni. First from Muhammad, the Prophet of Allah to the king of Persia. So he said, My slave is putting his name before My install Allah Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah azza wa jal is what he said. So he rips up he doesn't even though he lives the letter, and then he and then he, he sends one of his servants over to Yemen where one of his kings who are gay has sworn allegiance to him to bring him or to get them to kill the prophet or bring them to

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Iran to bring him to Kiswa. So the prophet sent the messenger the messenger wasn't killed the messenger came back he told the prophets of Allah Allah Simon sent this what happened? He he the moment he read the first line he ripped it up and he sent to you gonna send for you. So the Prophet Allah is on fire mazurka he just erupted it read it, he said yes column as jacala Homolka May Allah Subhana Allah rip his is sovereignty which is exactly what what happened. So because Allah would send people over to by then by that is the name of the king of Yemen, and telling him go bring this gentleman who was sending me these letters putting his name before mine, bring him and he doesn't

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come quietly kill him. I don't want him to. So by then since two people two men over to the medina so the provider Islam in the masjid and two gentlemen who are obviously not only from around here are coming in, so they walk in, they look very different.

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They didn't have so they were obviously not from the Arabs. So I asked him, Who are you familiar with? In case Allah Yellowbook case was asked me for you so you need to come with us.

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You need to come with us to Caesar because no one gets you there much more powerful. The Persian Empire was the strongest Empire at the time. So I mean, what the Arabs had no way to fight him. So if he's asking for somebody that somebody is gonna go, so the provider just saw this and smiled UCLA or the ILA or the baton, go back to the king of Yemen was beautiful. And never be Catala go back and tell him that my Lord killed his.

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So they looked at each other like, Alright, you're not gonna come? No, no, right. That's your death sentence, not ours. Fine. Just telling us to tell him that so they said, okay, so they go back to bed. And now what happened is you breathe out. He said, I'm coming with information to the proper audio source and what happened right after the case, ripped up the shreds, ripped up the correspondents and send these people to buy then

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Is that his son was preparing for a like a revolution or a coup. And the cool occurred and the kitchen was killed. And then his son took over for a while. And then the brother of the case law who died fought him and killed him. And then and there was a whole mess that occurred and within the sovereignty, it took them a couple of years to actually get things back together again. So it was complete chaos. So the UBI is I'm told the portfolio size in this piece of information. So the profit is I'm told these two gentlemen go back to Abidine. And tell him that my Lord Allah subhanaw, Taala killed your Lord, which is Kisara because by then was a slave ticket. So so these two men go

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back to Abaddon, and they tell him this

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fire fighter Maka, when he say, said, He told us to tell you, he said, He's not coming. He's sitting amongst a bunch of people in this small little place. They actually describe it. He's like, he's sitting a little place, there's no walls, barely even a ceiling. He's sitting all these people around him and listening to him and I told him come and he laughed at us and told his go and to tell you that his Lord killed you killed yours. He said he said what he said he said to tell you that is Lord killed yours could be thought of how does he know

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Shiva then just received the correspondence from from from the capital that kiss was killed and there's a transition period like there's a lot of going on this chaos there's no one who's actually in his spot yet because people are fighting so you're on your own for a while. A cornerback

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Elissa I only received this just now but he just just before you came in, someone brought it into me. I should do Hola. Hola, Wanda, who Abu Rasool who I swear he is the prophet of Allah go back to him and tell him that I am his I am with him. So they go back to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. And they tell him they said to Allah ilaha illallah wa niqab who was who to whom, so he sends back with him with them people to teach them Islam. At the time, it was wild. If you're if you know the stories of mine, the very heartwarming stories, when wild would go in the provinces I would walk with him and speak to him and we'll tell them inshallah later on. But he was sending more than a

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couple of other Sahaba to teach and to teach them how to do how to perform the judiciary responsibilities. And he loves to buy then as the king of Yemen. And it was the first time that now you hide within Arabia, a king who was Muslim and the people under him were also being encouraged to become Muslim. It took them a while to do so. But that's how that's how the story began. So by the time case law, the next case law came and they figured out who was going to rule they sent about to say, Okay, now you need to come in swear allegiance with the new customer. He says back saying no, I'm now I follow Mohamed Salah Mohammed some nice cyber Salem, which is the I need the beauty of, of

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this story. He says that had been omitted as dean, or the Allahu Anhu was an 18 year old young man. Very capable, very intelligent, he sends them over to turmeric Busara, the king of Basra and you know, our Busara is variable serrania renewable sources.

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So it's Shabbat which countries it in today

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it's where I come from so

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so it's in our country. That's so he used to rule us to rule Bozrah most of Russia. So he's ruling that area. And hydrous comes to me gives him the letter just like everyone else. Now everyone knows that there's a unwritten law that everyone adheres to wishes you never kill the messenger correct that that goes without saying, you don't kill the messenger. You just always send back a letter if you don't like what you're reading. That's why he sent 14 People 13 of them came back alive. Unfortunately, this gentleman here has been earlier, he gives the letter

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so the king was standing there starts asking her questions about Islam. So how does the stands there? And he's you know, he's answering these questions are the Allahu Anhu about Islam. But the king has already kind of given a got a winked at one of his guards to kill him. So he just stands there. And as he stands there explaining about Islam, this guard begins to walk at him with a sword. Basically, chopping off his arms, one after the other, and he stays on the line on his feet standing speaking to the to the king as this is occurring, he does not turn his back and he does not show weakness of the Allahu Anhu until he's actually delivered the final bow that would kill him. Well,

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the Allahu Allahu Akbar, in an amazing display of courage and bravery and strength, which is something that the Prophet Allah usados taught the Sahaba but he taught them that just like He taught them in Fatiha and with a TN and and cool Allahu Ahad and all that other stuff. He taught them that if you're Muslim, you be you're strong, you're strong in your heart, it doesn't. Hopefully, you're strong and everything else, hopefully physically you have strength and mentally you have strength and intellectually you have strength and socially and financially and which is the hope I gave this yesterday. But he taught them to be strong that you have to be if you're Muslim,

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you need to stand your ground and you need to show strength and at no point are you Is it acceptable for you as a Muslim to show weakness or to or to show fear even though you may have a lot of it in your heart at any given moment?

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mints, which is normal, I'm pretty sure it had it was very scared. When this started to happen, I'm sure he wanted to yell out in fear and scream and beg for mercy and not die that day. I'm pretty sure he didn't want to die that day. But he refused to do all of that. And he stood his ground. And he continued to hold his head high and speak in the Name of Allah subhanaw taala until he until his last breath or the Allah wonder what Allah and this is important to understand. Because Muslims are support. That's how that's how we are raised to be. That's what it means. In the law, again, from La ilaha illa. Allah you take that the only one who controls your life and your death is Allah so you

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don't fear anyone else? Yes, there are reasons to be afraid, but you don't you know that as long as you're doing the right thing, you're making the right decisions, you're walking the righteous path, then the only one you should be freeing from is Allah subhanaw taala. And if he wants to take you early in your life, and he'll take you and he wants to leave within, he will leave you and no one else can make that decision. But Allah subhanaw taala Soto, hey, grant you that courage grants you that bravery and grants you that strength. So he stood there and Allah who I know in a display of courage and bravery, and he was killed as a messenger who did nothing wrong.

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The pathologist allowed to Ostrom as you can see, is pushing. He pushed for peace with what he forced their hand to sign a treaty of peace.

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He's sending correspondences, to communicate a message. He's not saying I'm coming to fight you. I'm not coming. No, he's sending out communications of a faith that He wants people to be aware of. The brother Alia sought to put up with put up with everything, except betrayal. Treason. Treason is different.

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It's one thing for there to be, you know, animosity and a war and two armies, you know, kind of standing,

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facing out or facing off. It's another thing for there to be full bowl, full blown betrayal and treason. This was not acceptable. The fact that he killed the messenger, because he didn't like the message was not something the Prophet audio subsystem was willing to put up with.

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Another thing is, how many of you put your hand up if you knew if you know who will hurt him? Or maybe he is before the story? For most side of the story, not from this story, him telling me something else you know about your husband, oh, Mayor, or his dad, maybe if he's one of the sons of the Sahaba, or maybe nothing. We don't know anything about him. He comes from a very simple Islamic family. He's not from the nobles. He's not the son of obika, or Omar or Earthman, or his aid or Taha or Saudi.

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Arabia, you're not he's not from these families who in the father or the mother are very known individuals. So we have to get upsets that happens a lot in these communities. When someone who's famous,

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what are their children happens? Everyone gets upset because it's, when it's a simple background, someone in the family is not known. They're not famous. They're not from the right race, the right group, the right background, it goes on basically unnoticed, for the proper audience follows him. That wasn't how things were. If you were a Muslim, if you were a citizen of the of the state of Muslims of that of that of that country of Medina, then you are very valuable. If you carry the Muslim passport, then your life was extremely valuable. He would move armies for you, if you were mistreated, or if you were transgressed against or oppressed. And because he did the Salah, your

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Salah to Islam, Muslims felt valued. They wanted to be a part of his state, they wanted to be Muslim, they wanted to contribute because they felt that someone had their back, that they were valuable citizens. That what their contribution, their existence is something that is respected and valued and appreciated. Not that they are there, and they're singled out, and they're seen as unwanted. And they're mistreated or racially profiled, or see looked at differently, or pointed out differently or spoken to differently or labeled differently. Countries that do that to their own citizens. What do they expect citizens to do? If you don't feel respected and valued and equal to

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people around you? Why would you contribute? Why would you

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the world is now suffering because because there's lack of equality and there's so much corruption and racism and hatred and bigotry, that people don't feel like they belong to the countries that they carry the passport of. They don't feel protected and they don't feel valued and acknowledged and recognized. The Prophet Allah has also made it very clear, he's gonna No one knows him.

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He's not a big name. But he was a Muslim. And he was killed unjustly. Now, who is he going to go up against? He's going to go up against the Byzantine Empire. If you've studied any amount of history in school, you know what that means? That's a huge empire that covers what is today maybe over 25 countries, the Pragati Assad Who said I'm still stuck in Medina, he doesn't even have Macau doesn't even have like a an area around Medina just one city with barely maybe 3000 to 4000 people altogether.

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But the moment that happened, the value sought to Assam took an immediate measure. He was told about the death of health even after Asia.

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And he called people at fragile time he made a bit and made everyone needs to attend

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Everyone needs to attend right now. So everyone does. Everyone comes by.

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And the Prophet audience thought was I'm standing standing on the member would say, oh Tila hokum

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and how have you been on where your brother has been Omar was killed

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for mankind Billa he will yo mill ircad Philea to Jefferson hospital room. So he believes in Allah and the hereafter prepare yourself, we're going to we're going to raid the Roman Empire, we're leaving. The property of sloths was Saddam just as a

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piece, he didn't actually go on this on this battle. The battle of Motown, as you all know,

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as you all know, this, the Battle of the valley is awesome, didn't actually go with it. And he's a really important piece within this story. Because this is where the property is. Salatu was and began to hand things along. This is an extremely difficult complex but important

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tactic leaders have to do. You have to learn how to hand things down here. Give people a little bit more responsibility. Have people give people more space so that we can pay? Are we going to do something Charlize Theron? Kahoot, okay, then I'll tell I'll end with this in Charlottetown. Okay, very good. Just like a look at so there's sorry.

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Another five minutes. Okay, perfect. Okay, so there's a Kahoot for the younger people, and we have unlimited and shall Lionni names for the younger people to participate.

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Where was I?

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Yes, so the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam was very good at this. He you can see it, you can watch throughout his life, how to use AutoSum, delegating, and giving people space to actually spread their wings and do things without him being there, taking a step back and letting others will be trained and taught to take and to make mistakes, and then bring them back and then educate and teach them and give them give them another chance. We don't do that a lot. We don't Is it a struggle between the old and the young. It's an epic, one lasting struggle of 1000s of years, where you work very hard, you coming to an age where you're finally able to control and be in charge. So you hold

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on and hold on until the last breath. And then they end up in the process. The people who are supposed to be six, the successors, people come later aren't given the chance to actually do anything. They have no training, they have no experience. And then when people walk away, they come in and they're not even they make mistakes, because it take them a long time to learn. But what should happen is that leaders much must train leaders to come after them. So the valley assaults them didn't go for motor because he had a plan.

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And a plan. You want to for this to be here. Your brother was killed. What are you going to do? This was injustice was unfair. There was no reason for this to happen. And we cannot allow people to eat. See, here's the thing.

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If you let it go, then it's saying yeah, you can kill a Muslim and no one cares. Right? How many Muslims die every day today? Every day, every day, every single day since 1990. Every single day, every single day since 1990. Every single day, I'm talking about over 30 years, every day, Muslims in the 10s and hundreds die all over the world.

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Because no one cares, unfortunately, because Muslims themselves don't really care.

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Because if Muslims themselves don't care, then why would others but on the other hand, other nationalities may die and then becomes this worthy of nine o'clock news that's worthy of actually causing problems right? But Muslims in the hundreds die daily, it's not a problem. They can be thrown into kinds of concentration camps, they can be completely removed from their country, they can be thrown into jail with no with nothing they could be. It doesn't matter. No, no, no one's gonna say anything. The Prophet alayhi salatu salam put an effort to make sure that that wasn't going to be the case. You killed the Muslim soul and killed whatever you killed one of our citizens.

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What you think it's gonna it's gonna slide? No, we're coming for you. Yes, your number us? Yes, you have a bigger army? Yes, you have more allies. It doesn't matter. We're not scared of you. You miss you betrayed us, we're coming for you. And that was a statement that it since that moment is after Moto, that was it.

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Other other kingdoms wouldn't touch Muslims again. Like if we kill one of these guys, then then it's then it's a whole it's a whole headache. We don't have to touch them. So leave them alone. That was the goal here to make the Muslim password. There's no password at the time. But if there were to make it valuable, you carry it, okay. But I'm also gonna, no one's going to touch you. But that requires everyone to be to have the back of everyone else. So the value stocks are needed the Muslims to take some responsibility for themselves. So you send them on this on this battle on their own, and you would assemble only 3000 people. I'm going to continue this story and show next week.

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And I'll tell you this is a very interesting story on many levels. But before we do that, let's tell you the story of the three gentlemen who who accepted Islam just before this period just before just before I'm done.

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you ever heard of Khalid mobileread

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So right after alpha Davia the Prophet after the Prophet alayhi salam was send his brother his name is illegally didn't believe he will send them in and tell him tell your brother your Khalid. Mahara Daniel Islam, Moroccan Nova No. And NACA tell you how Islam wa Palooka o'clock. Hola Hola que tener la caja demnach he will send you a message saying Khalid, why are you so late in accepting Islam? I didn't think this is what the prophet sent me sending a verbal message. I didn't think that you would not know the value of Islam with the level of intelligence that you have. If you came to us, I would treat you well. So it it touched a whole Salama South Africa Caribbean that touched me. I

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couldn't get I couldn't stop thinking about it.

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At night, even though he thought the prophet Ali is awesome in every war, he fought him in bed.

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Every time and Hodeidah he almost did it. You turn from one side to the other at night and thinking to himself, why are you sending for me? Turning around why he's Why is he crazy care about me? That will heighten him to fire at him. And then I sleep and I see a vision for a ton of sci fi album. But yet I see myself stuck in this very cold and small area that is dark. And then I find a door I kick it open, I enter and I find myself in this huge metal of green and light and beauty. I wake up for a while to Al Islam and then I said this must be this must be Islam. This is what this what this must be, well, cartel to be equally mobile and Pharma has come to who fired him to call him and I fought

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him many times and I can't seem to beat him. So I know that he's he's Allah subhanaw taala supports him himself the whole time. I've seen it and I want to go alone to Medina. I'm ashamed I find so many times I want a companion so he goes off whatever no mania, so whatever no May is like what you said I would never go to him. If I called to NFC, who was you know, patina abou so one is father who may have been could have died during one of the wars, so you must be very upset. That's fine, too. Makoto moneyman funhouse. My name is Paul who is the guy who carries the king of the rig the key of the Kaaba. So he goes towards Manama, Paula, Paula says, Yes, I go with you. So they their

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companions on the trip. They're going to the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa salaam, who is a neat on the way they meet on the way I'm looking at us who is on his way back from every senior. Why? Because he's like, Okay, you signed the treaty, you will acknowledge him as a state we're done for it. I need to leave this area immediately. So he goes to be seen if you remember the old story, he's friends with the king of hamartia. So he goes to him and he you know, the king of maybe senior I don't know Salah and he sits him beside him. And then one of the Sahaba were still in that and how about I come to speak to the to the king. So I'm gonna ask a subset that he's a Manhattan athlete,

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so give me I want to kill him Fenn

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tomorrow Oh gonna be you who? I don't want Lee his profit is an enemy of mine. Let me let me kill him give me give me his head. For Karla Naja. She you are to read and talk to her Sahabi and no Sahaba to Rasulillah you want to kill one of the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam so I'm also set looks at the king rasool Allah What do you mean Rasulullah for calling her she Allah took me in and know who Rasulullah you don't believe that he is well suited for Karla amor our took me to and you're asking me what you believe that he is also Lula Da Hua rasool Allah here. He is the prophet of Allah Yama for asking me about it. Give me the by now say that Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah

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now for calling to Allah, he and I have been beaten. I run away from Mecca to get away from him and I find him waiting for me. Like I went for away from Mohammad Rasool Allah Selim, I go to Abuja to get away from him, I go and find him waiting for me that way. I was there for a day or two who so I gave him my day. And I come back. And he said, I'm into my mind and like, I have to go meet him. But how do I meet him? After everything I've done? The number of times I have betrayed him, how do I meet him? So I see how that northmen. So I didn't want to do the Kahoot. But there was a little bit of a maneuvering, because they don't want to tell each other that they're going to college is scared

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to Talamo. And I'm really scared to tell college, because they don't know that they've accepted the stem. So I was like, no worries, I'm gonna be the house. And then he calls us and I was like, I want to talk about it, and they kill me. So they kind of go back and forth. Where are you going? North? I'm going north to north where and they go back and forth for a little bit. And they finally figured out that I'm going to do a trip. Oh, you mean just to your meeting there. And the guy finally came to

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the property to get my bike. So they all gang up together. They go to Medina, all three of them enter the profit. So I sent his message he's sitting like this is getting a HELOC. He sees a cool roofer for the first show, what do you want to see his face lit up a big smile and he gets up out of your thoughts and he goes to her smile. And he hugs me system down and he's happy as can be and he gives them and they give their baby out. And the moment when he says in Allah, Muhammad Rasool Allah that day the Prophet Allah you saw today which Allah whomever fatally heard my mother, Oh ALLAH forgive Hadith for all that has happened before. And then I'm in LA I spent in Makaha, does the same

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thing he makes dua for him and then I'm in Laos comes to put his hand in the

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Robert Solow, Selim Sanford via the Prophet Allah Islam puts his hand out I'm gonna pull his hand back for the Sahaba work collectively, all together. What are you doing? What are you pulling your hand back here the prophet is let's bring his head out the corner and the short I have a I have a condition. The Prophet Alia Sato says what condition Do you have your hammer Bacala and your author, Lima mobile, everything I've done has to be forgiving everything. There are things you don't even know about yet rasool Allah I need everything, everything no exception to the rule. Everything has to be forgiven. If not, I'm not going to do this because it's not worth it. I've done so many wrong

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things before I need everything to be forgiven for calling us on Allah Allah.

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Allah Allahu Allah al Islam, yo, yo, Guma Kubla Don't you know that accepting Islam from a state of non lack of Islam or of disbelief will erase everything before it's an open and turn new slate? For Ahmed Maria, who is I'm gonna put his hands out and he and he gave the Bible to the prophets of Allah. So I'm telling him, I told you the story because these three are going to have a role in the story for next week. So I'll give you a challenge we can move on to the Kahoot and sorry the backlog Huntington Island stuff do we make what's the lesson no has always been so so make sure you take out your phones and then brother Yanni Abood will kind of walk you through and jump

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visible I'm good. I'm good

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alright, so now my take home so inshallah there's a Kahoot today, it will be about the tutor for Davia that Shahana talked about last week. And so the game code for those who can't see it is 4986167 I'll say it again 4986167

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Yeah, I'll read a European or something like that.

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I can actually ask everyone to sit down please can ask everyone to sit down please. So that people can in the backend see?

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Brothers, can you sit down please? Thank you.

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Can I ask you sit down please. Can you just sit down? Can you sit down please just serve in the back and see as well.

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We'll get started in like 30 more seconds. I'll say the code one more time. It's 4986167 and Shala. We'll get started

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one more minute.

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Sorry we're setting Alright, so the first question is starting in 321.

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So what commandment that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam asked that as a Hapa ignored so this is all the questions are related to the Treaty of Davia by the way that we talked about last week in Sharla

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first option is shave their heads second slotted offerings third refrain from performing ombre and lastly all the above

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all right let's see. It was all the above so the Sahaba did not listen to enter the three commandments that the prophet had ordered them only 60 People got that right

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all right, beautiful is in the lead.

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Whoever that is. Okay, second question. We have according to the treaty, how long did the Muslims have to wait to perform over

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a one year, two years, three years or four years? How long are the or how long the Muslims have to wait to perform Umrah the questions also at the top of the screen if you didn't see it the first time? You guys got five seconds

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to one see the answer. It was one year majority got that nice.

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And let's see. The leaderboard

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is the same leader boy except Yusef is coming up. Beautiful Stone the lead.

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Alright, question number three. It's true or false. During the year of the treaty, did the Muslims perform Umrah?

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As a true or false question, you guys got 10 seconds

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Beautiful Yeah, it was fast. They did it the next year after

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that dude is now in second. We have beautiful sun first place.

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And better isn't third or second. Okay, which one of the prophets wives save the day?

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So which one to which wife

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told the prophet to do the actions so that the Companions can follow him after after him

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for three to one, and let's see the answer.

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Yep. So 27 gotta write

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a question and the leaderboard is looking very tight. So this one can make or break it for some people. According to the treaty, how long were the Muslims allowed to stay in Mecca for last question? So how long were the Muslims allowed to stay in moto when they came back? So the two years, two days, three years or three days, think about this one.

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And you got five more seconds. 3213 days pretty easy.

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And let's see the leaderboard. Third place we have nursery FC

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second place, aka F Bo and first place we have

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beautiful, beautiful, who is beautiful.

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Congratulations beautiful.

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See the phone

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coming out inshallah we'll run this on a weekly basis does Alchemilla