Seerah Halaqah – Battle of Tabook

Adnan Rajeh


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The loss of culture and faith among people in the area, as well as the Prophet Alayhi Salatu's rule and the unrest surrounding it, is emphasized. The importance of learning to handle challenges and not giving up on one's responsibilities is emphasized, along with the importance of staying back from a fight and not losing one's position. The importance of love and fulfilling obligations, as well as the negative impact of the pandemic on people and their well-being is also emphasized. The Battle of Galion is a battle between the Safran and Teutonic Houndeds, and the SUTA (the fruit of your labor) is mentioned. The news story about a woman named Yama and her relationship with a deceased Roman general is also discussed.

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You're such a big man, you know, but the main show low dollar, we will continue from where we left off last week in this era of the prophets of Allah, how do you lose sight of yourself, I mean, we were very quickly accelerating towards the end.

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Now that I think about it, probably before the end of the summer, it'll be over like, maybe even before the end of June,

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sometimes I miss calculate how long these things will take.

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But for sure, there's a number of events that are still going to take place, that are worthy of, of discussion and kind of going through the the actual incidents.

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For sure, the Battle of two book is one of them.

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This is technically, technically speaking, the final or last battle of the Prophet, it is thought to have

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ever participated in with some difference of opinion on the matter, because there may be something a few smaller ones that happened afterwards, that may have occurred, that he may have been a part of the histological center, but the beam accurate, I can say this, the final battle of the Prophet Allah, you sought those and participated in and was documented in the Quran, right just to if you want to put it that way, that's very accurate. Because the battles that were documented in the Quran were the only Allah subhanaw taala only documented a number of them in talking about all of them. And taboo in terms of its sequence, was the last one that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam was a part

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of that the Quran talks about, and it's talked about in Siewert tilbyr. With some degree of detail, it goes toe to toe goes through a lot of the incidents regarding the Battle of the book. I didn't I have never actually gone through the details of these verses before I may do this. I may do it this time around, I may not we'll see.

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Some of the details are quite politically

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driven. And I'm not sure my audience cares too much about the politics of it all. But but that most of the verses kind of talk about that piece of it. So let me give you a little bit of a background of what was actually going on. After the Pragati Salatu was Salam had

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conquered Mecca, or reclaimed the holy land. And after the ultimatum was, was offered or given to the machete king of the Otto surrounded Medina that had betrayed

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his trust many times out of your salatu salam. After the four months when finished and they were removed, the strength of the Muslim country became quite

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Everyone in the area could see that there's a change of order occurring within the region. region that was previously one a very little order where there was a lot of chaos. And there was a lot of lack of of,

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of any form of a systematic approach to people's organization of their lives. Things change quite a bit. Your Corporation only organized before it's not only organized as much as it would require for its own wealth to increase whatever would help his own prosperity, it cared for everything else was fair plate. People did whatever they wanted to do. Tribes were fighting people were murdering each other, there was all these didn't matter, as long as the ship that was safe was maintained, or Quraysh. And Islam stayed on the Kaaba, and everyone had some degree of status, so they could brag about it during the times of Hajj, everything was kind of status quo. So the Prophet it is sold out

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to us and I'm tearing that system down really what he did, but don't hate actually achieved it tore down that system completely. That's not didn't exist anymore. Tribes weren't sure exactly how they were going to do it. The only way you know how to exist within a group is through a certain system. If that system is removed, you're lost for a while. The tribes were lost for a little bit. They weren't sure. How is it? How do we establish who we are now, now that does not don't matter. And now that we don't have the ability to pay someone to keep our son up there, we don't have any way to prove our strength to an alum cared about that they cared cared about status quite a lot.

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Unfortunately, they still do. But that was a big problem for them. The Prophet alayhi salatu salam with this change with with reclaiming the Holy Land and removing the traders from the from around and and defeating the thief and how was and if now there was a little bit of stability, and in the reign of the Muslim country was quite was quite widespread or wider than it was before. If I remember, if you remember before the body of slaughter, Sam had already spoken to the rulers of Yemen, who came after by then there was a couple of things that happened. prophit Asante sana has reached now was quite far in every direction. It was as far as the eastern coast of the of Arabia,

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which is around Bahrain until today, the same area to the point where Jizya was brought from those areas back to the Prophet it is a Guardsman was brought from that area as well. So the problem it is thought that Saddam had a lot of sovereignty for quite for not a long time because if you look at this is his last two years of his life, maybe not even like it's quite short period of time. But it was enough to get to gain the attention of the surrounding empires now. Thankfully, Bersia was too busy fighting amongst themselves at the time to care. So there were two there were there are

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He preoccupied with their own problems, they would later on have to start focusing on the monsters during the heat of the minute with man after that, but during the profit it gets lost on his life. It was the Romans who noticed Romans who took notice now the narrations go that halacha I told you the story, maybe a number of months ago or Halaqaat ago, I had passed away at the time. And he had no interest in finding the proper audio so I don't have anything he was quite supportive. But the person who came after had a different thought so he spoke, they spoke to the Vasa Cena, I have a slide of Yeah, so there was this is the so they call it the gas Empire or are dynasty

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by the assassin, our tribe of Arabs, who lived in the northern part of what today is Saudi Arabia north, the southern part of what it is modern day Jordan, and Iraq. And they in the end, they were spread, you can see almost like, horizontally at the upper part of of Arabia, and they were allies, heavy allies of the emperor of the Roman Empire. So Wednesday sent them telling them you need to prepare an army for them. Now the assassin, you know, weren't jumping up and down to do this, because the last time they were told to do this was when the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam has sent them a messenger and how to him and oh my god, they murdered him, the rough idea sloths and put

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it in army, a few 1000 people and marched them towards them. And the battle of Bucha occurred, which was a tactical retreat, but in their eyes was a horrific, yeah. And the loss, it was a loss. So it because the number of people who fell that day on the Roman side, it was just it unbearable, the numbers were too high in comparison to the actual number of the Muslim army at the time. So the law says, you know, we're not excited about fighting the Muslims at the time. But nonetheless, they start to put together an army, the raw value soldiers and intelligence brought him that information, he knew immediately that this was happening. So he wasn't gonna wait for them to march to Medina, no

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one's gonna go meet them up there. Yet enough strength at the time it has sought to Islam there is going to neutralize that threat

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was just the timing.

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Here was just bad timing. Just not good timing. Sometimes you're called to do something just not the right moment for it. It just wasn't right. It was August. It was after a year or more of battles. After Maccha and then inane, and after that all the smaller tribes that they had to go after to neutralize to remove and Arabia after the four month ultimatum, a lot of effort energy wealth was spent. And just as summer came to, towards the time where they were going to be able to take the dates off the trees and sell them make some money and maybe rest a little bit. Jasmine that was just at that time. It says that time came the Prophet alayhi salatu salam said we have to We're marching

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to to book the book is 1000 kilometers away. That's a long distance. If you're taking that by car, that's, that's that's a long distance. And that's what how many hours maybe seven, eight hours, that's if you're going and he really quickly, probably probably even probably more than that. Yeah, you know, I'm thinking I'm thinking like the out of driving where they're going 200 kilometers on a $100 road. But if you do it, if you do it appropriately is going to be like a 10 hours of driving too long. It's a long drive. If you're going to be on foot, or gonna be on camel, and you're moving an army. This is this is a very long journey. And it's August. Have you ever been to Saudi Arabia in

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August? I stood outside in August, you can fry an egg on the pavement in August. Easy. It's 12 o'clock in the afternoon with my father if he sent me out to open his car door and he had an old Chevrolet if I touched it, it was the handle was was was metal. If I touched a burnt my hand, you have to take something with you to open the door. That's it, you're talking extreme heat. It was very hot. It was a very long journey. And it was and they were poor like financially they were drained. You're drained financially got to put a lot of wealth already. And they didn't have much left. And it was just before the time the season. Where are you going to actually take the crops,

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whether you're taking the crops from the ground or taking from the date to the date trees, the palm trees, it just wasn't the right timing. So it was a very difficult time. That's why the Allah subhanaw taala himself when he talks about this in the Quran, he called he calls it visa it Ursula, the hour of difficulty. That's how he called it that's what he calls his opponents out in the Quran. And that's what it was called by the Sahaba Dunsworth. Illustra was called the Battle of difficulty even though no Bible occurred as you will find out very soon, no one no one pulled a sword out of his socket, but it was hard because of the of everything and the reason so he I have something why

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why now like why why is this happening now? If you're if you are Allah subhanaw taala is preparing all of these events for the Prophet it is so I just have to go through for us later on to take to take these lessons and learn obviously, because everything after his his death Allah you still have to us and I'm just not. It's not backed up by divine revelation. So when I tell you the stories that happened during the time bucket and I'm gonna Oh, man, I'm telling you historical stories. Historic stories are based on whoever is telling the story. It's just perspectives of different people. I can't I can't guarantee

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than I can, anybody can be objective when they tell you these stories, we can try our best, but it's very hard to do so. But the CEO of the Prophet anti Assad, who says backed up by divine revelation is the back of the Quran. So there is no perspectives here. There's no different pages, what happened is what Allah subhanaw taala said occurred. So I tell you these stories, I tell you them with a lot of certainty when I tell you can explain them to and also there are reasons for why these things happen. So when you think about it, why would why would it happen at this time? What's the point of it? When there was no battle to begin with? It's not like they went in they can't and then

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the Prophet Allah used to I used to had the Roman Emperor kneel. No, there was no no no war at all. He just went back there. What's the point of this whole story wise in the Quran, because it has nothing to do with that in this life. Because what actually occurs doesn't really matter. It's what you do when you know something is required of you. That is what matters is the 100. The book is an amazing example of that. You see no Bible actually occurred? Because that doesn't matter. Because that piece there was there Allah subhanaw taala has the other army waiting for you, whether you fight them or not, whether you win or not all that doesn't matter. What matter is, what really

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matters is when you're we're told that you need to go and follow him out of his salatu salam, did you do everything when you in your ability to do that? You prepare yourself financially and socially and psychologically and mentally and spiritually. So you did what you were supposed to do? Or do you sit back? That is what Allah Subhanallah is looking at. I'm going to ask you to get up and move are you going to get up and move even if you ended up going and it was useless.

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There is no point at all you go to go to the destination, there's nothing waiting for you don't there's nothing to achieve, or the the task was already done. Or it was extremely easy. I didn't need 50 of you or it did that doesn't matter. What matters is when he commands Subhana wa, tada, do you get up and move? Or do you sit down you make excuses? You sort of think of maybe why you don't have to? Or why maybe this doesn't need to occur? Or maybe I can push it to later? Or why do I see why do we need to do it. Now. This is so important, especially for younger people, for kids. And your parents asked you to do something, just do it now because whether it's don't argue whether it's

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important or not important to you can do it later. That's not the point. That's not the that's not what your parents are looking at. That's not what Allah is looking at either. He's looking at you you're a combat, you're given an order, you're asked to do something by someone who you should obey and obey. All the other details don't matter. None of that matters. None of that matter.

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The constant arguing and the doesn't make a difference. Just do what you're told. Because that's how you please Allah subhanaw taala that's how you please your parents did something that's required of you. They were told get up and go to Cebu Allah they were like, Why? Why it'll take him another month to put the army together. We don't have to meet them in Cebu. We can meet them in biani somewhere and then somewhere else.

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We can meet them halfway there. That's another month. It's by the way, the whole the whole escapade would take 50 days.

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23 days to get there. 23 days to get back in a couple of days. They stayed there 50 days. They could have spent a month and then gone 10 days met them somewhere in the desert fought and came back in you have to go to to book.

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Some of them said that.

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Some of them said where are we going this far? We just finished we just came back from Mecca. We just want to keep in house and all of these tribes that we gave the ultimate information we may scattered we've been chasing them around Arabia to get them out of the of our rate of our region. It's August Yellowstone Allah.

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So Allah we are we have nothing we're dirt poor. We don't have enough. We're tired. We're hungry. We need to rest give us no, no. You see to tilbyr

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is not about general Toba that's talked about in the Quran everywhere known to the Toba is about repentance from a specific thing. At the end of the semester, and I talked about this tonight when I'm explaining like the sequence of suitors and how it works, but it's Toba from things specific. He go to the zoo and you open it up you'll find the word Hawala and holy foo, and Mohalla foon. Someone who stayed back,

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someone who stayed back from doing what it is they were supposed to do, you'll see the word collide with either people who sat down when they were supposed to stick, take a stand and do something that they were required to do, and find this word repeated and soothe the Toba so many times, because the concept of Toba ensuited Toba is not general repentance is repentance from staying behind. And not following Rasul Allah so Allah is saying salah, its repentance from not following in his footsteps from not going with him. Allahu salatu salam joining him standing by him is like a look at doing whatever it is that you're supposed to do with him at least so it's Toba from that from the hull of

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nautical lovers in the Arabic usage of the word where we you know, you're not using your mind to hello from staying back. You don't stay back. Is he going out of your slot to sit on yesterday you are to would he have gone? Yes, then you should do? Would he have done this? Yes. Then you must not stop the Toba from that perform toga from from staying back from sitting down from what you need.

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Take a Stand about what you need to go and achieve because he would have wanted that out of your salon to stand because he would have done it if he was still around. That's all goes with the book is about, because nothing happened. I can say that very confidently. And certainly, because nothing happened, because I have no story to tell you, to me went through better. And oh, and 100 Oh, we spent three weeks, I had to tell you all the stories, all the stories of courage and bravery, of sacrifice, of thought of planning that the Sahaba and the Prophet alayhi wa sallam did because these battles took a long time. They were very rich with events, but taboo look, I have nothing to tell

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you. They got there. They didn't find anyone. Because the Russia Sina, the Romans, they fought and the Kworld. And everyone went home. And they just and no one was there. He camped for a few nights and came back out of nothing.

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There's a story that I'll tell you about. But it's not about them. Like it's something something something different. There's really no events than the waiting, this whole thing happened. This whole thing happened as an example, as a test as a final test before he died out of his salatu salam because it was just a year before he passed away.

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Just a year, most scholars it was almost exactly a year before he died. So Allah is will you get up? Well, you follow regardless of how difficult it is, of how inconvenient it is for you of how much it cramps your style when you get up and follow and do what it is you need to do. Well, you walk in His footsteps on a hill salatu salam, where are you guys going to give up the first with the first

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sense of the first sense of difficulty you'll stay back. That's why

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it's sort of talked about specific people that the Quran did not talk about in the other battles. Every single battle, he went to a salatu salam, there were people who did not join, who should have joined every single battle. There were people who should have joined, who did not and should have

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the only time the Quran pointed out those who should have joined and didn't exist those with those with the Toba. Why? Because that was the point of this Gaza. It was a test for them.

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You see everything is wrong. The timing is wrong. It's very difficult. It almost seems unnecessary, maybe even extravagant on certain aspects of the of the issue. Why are we going to fight the Romans and the Romans are an empire that are way bigger and way more experienced than we are? There's a million reasons for us.

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He say get ups on the lines, I said them. He did get up.

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That's the test. Just get up. He told you to get up, move, move. Don't waste time. Don't Don't spend what you want. What are you doing? Why are you arguing? Why are you arguing he said get up out of his thoughts and you do it. This had to be the final test. Because once he passed away out of your slot to us, and it had to be clear that he left behind him those who will continue to do what Allah subhanaw taala is commanded them to do, whether it's difficult, whether it's easy, whether they are healthy, or sick, wealthy or poor, happy or miserable, doesn't matter. They do what it is that they're required to do. And that was the lesson of us with taboo. And that's the lesson you find us

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with a job. Very important. It's like you almost feel when you learn is when you study his car to your slot to him listen to his life. As he comes towards the end, you almost feel like you're losing him yourself. I think that's that's why every time I finish I just started over again because that way it would come back. So

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it's my like little psychological play that I want to pick getting back. So I tell the story again. But as you kind of hear them coming, he's coming to the end of his life, we're gonna lose him. There are certain things that have to be established certain attributes, certain characteristics that Muslims have to have, and one of them is this this grit. It's grit. Right. I've talked about grit a lot. This grit,

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you stick to it till the end to the bitter end. No matter how difficult it is you do it. There are going to be three on a camel.

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Three people on a camel for 1000 kilometres. You were going to walk over 600 kilometers.

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Even if you had a camel, it was still three on a camel because there weren't enough. Like even if you had a camel, you were still going to be stuck with two people because there was just not enough camels.

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He said Allah to Assembla Hello, Joe, Ilam and Maha now learn only two people who have own two pairs of shoes can come with us. If you don't have two pairs of shoes, you stay home.

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If you're so poor that you cannot afford two pairs of shoes don't come with us. Why? Because 1000 kilometers, you're gonna need two pairs of shoes. Well for them on the journey that way in the gym for the journey back.

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They knew how much how much how long their shoes would would live with them.

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Interesting, like you know, okay for this, you need two pairs of shoes. It's a long it's a long journey.

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You get on the members that Allah Azza wa sallam, and he was started talking to the Sahaba and giving you explaining to them, why they're going and who's going when they're going and they were leaving in three days.

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And he would say, anyway, as the scholar seeing the books,

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I still home I last saw Ducati we're in 48 Edge Hazel Jaysh he spent a lot of time encouraging them and pushing them to put their wealth so that they may prepare the army. You take off his border Dahlia salatu salam put it on the ground, there's a fill it and people would come with whatever they had. Some people had nothing he would come with a date.

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They went home all they found in their house all the only commodity they owned was a date so they came and they threw a date and then people would laugh at them then one afternoon would mark them

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they would mark them yes Haroon I mean whom target Allah whom in whom Allah marks them.

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They give all they got some people that is what the narration says about Autohome eirini ICDL hum about don't become seen or bow to whom bitter baby tell me about Don't be Tamara tunable Don't be Tamra teeny about Don't be Tamra with Emirati noir head. People would come with like $100 or 50 or maybe a little bit a bag of tumbler or maybe a couple of tumbler maybe two tumbler and then maybe just one tumble it was all they have a profit under your sauce and looked at this. This is not going to do

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we can't we can't do this Bacala man your suit Hola. Hola. Yo, I need to buy alien, Dr. B our classy ha what do i upon me is 100 100 camels on those camels, everything that is going to be needed in terms of armor, weaponry, food, covers, blankets, everything that is needed to get there and back.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam praised with mine and they waited for more to become in nothing came in very little was coming in. And the Prophet alayhi salam was pushing and no one there's no one had anything to do with my setup again. There are still Allah another 100 on me. Prophet alayhi salatu salam praise him he said he tried it again. Right again, it wasn't that they didn't want they didn't have anything they're saying the difference when they fundraise in these parts of the world it's just because people don't want to pay

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people don't want to give their wealth really like they have a little bit of extra to get he doesn't want to give us so we tried to encourage at the time of the protocol useless and they didn't have anything to give any more like they were done like they given everything that they got and they're sitting there like I don't have it all so I brought you everything I got I put it here example for exactly when this happened is that on that day decided he was going to be better than welcome that's what he's in his mind I want to pick up Bob was always was always competing with our bucket in his mind now in a bad way we're trying to

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up him No, he just wanted to try and see if he can maybe this is the good competition where someone's been good and you love that person but you're trying to try and be better just so that you can both motivate yourself so he's like today I'm going to be the robot good why because I'm going to bring half of my money half of my wealth half of my of my liquid cash like that's a lot of money like if you go to your bank account and just have it and give it that's a huge I mean

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it's a lot like people usually we just skim off a little bit at the top like it is something a number that we feel will hurt too much or make me not to feel that I'm gonna help out brought half of his wealth it's a lot of money he came in he put it there he was very happy in the sense that he also Jamar mentality early khariar Rasool Allah I tell you to convenience family I brought to you Maha whatever to the home useful and I gave him let them have very happy Hindi realia so I'm very happy with them.

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Because I'm bent over to Rama yes now Abu Bakr so I waited to see whenever Bucha is gonna come to what he's going to do.

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Because I brought 50% of what I own, and very few people do that. But I thought I did well but couldn't be man O'Brien money he was less than what I'm going to talk to abroad. At the time he was less wealthy than normal. And wealth obviously fluctuates in this life. Normal so he brought what seemed to be less than when I'm abroad. So I was like yes, probably one or Carla Abubaker match Alexa Layali could you leave your family Bacala the luck to La whom Allah Allah Sudha I love to them Allah and His Prophet Macaulay Abubaker wrote be che Malik take back a little bit of your wealth pie that is what Allah when am I talk to the homemaker and they have they're good, they're happy. They

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have more than what they need. You don't need anything more Yellowstone Allah they're all happy. No one's objecting. No one's upset. The whole Oman Fat Duck two and Nila Karina Budda and I found out at that moment that I will never be able to beat this gentleman. I can never be better than oboe no matter how much I try he's just a better man. I'll be Allahumma Jemaine when a celebrity Jamia, but all of that was not even a fraction of it was enough.

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Profit it Allah your sources I'm a third time would say he unspeakable uncle Allahu ra come and people in the Sahaba they didn't have much to offer the karma with Macaulay aloeswood Allah Allah to Jesus will Jace I will take care of the army

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I will take care of it all just tell me what you need everything. He spent all of his wealth on the Allah who I know that's mine was very was very wealthy and recommended a lot of things man but the aroma and gave it open and left it as a city for people to drink from us man bought

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land for the for the Sahaba to live into for housing, I funded a lot with his wealth. That day he spent the majority of what he owned the majority of his wealth he put into that jsat thing into preparing this army. So the Prophet alayhi salatu salam stood on the embodiment like this MA with Myrna Martha, I don't know about you, what is it that a man could do that would ever harm him in his life? What tell me, give me something that a man could do that will cause him harm, nothing, there's nothing but it's a rhetorical thing. There's nothing that was manly can do in his life, that can harm him anymore. Because of the amount of generosity is shown at a moment when you were when he was

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needed, or the Allahu Anhu. He that's the beauty of this. The beauty of all of this, is that if you are if you stick around long enough, if you're committed long enough, a moment of need will present itself. A God will present itself to you, you will see that there's a problem. There's something missing, the Muslims have dire need for something. And then if you take care of that, with whatever you got, it may not be well not it's not always going to be money. Sometimes it is, but it's not always that sometimes it's just this problem needs someone to dedicate their time, their expertise, their their intelligence, their

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academic study, whatever it is that they were there, whatever it is that they got to fix it, and then they dedicate themselves to fix it for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and that saves them human piano, the earth myrn Or the Allahu Anhu. Whatever he did, would do after that in his life. Fine. Fine, who are the Allahu Allahu Allah who didn't know why because because that moment, he did what he needed to do.

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All of his savings, all of the money that he's put to get all the wealth that he'd accumulate over the years to take care of himself and his family. He put it all in one day. Take care. Sometimes you can spend your wealth over a period of time, but they do it all in one sitting

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there all at once. Very hard, then EFS refuses to do that. And nefs is just way too It doesn't like it. It's not happy with that. But he did that with your loved one. With mine had a bumpy couple of years after the Prophet alayhi salatu salam died.

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Mine went through bumpy years. With mines life was very difficult at the end of it, as man has people saying things about him till this day people and he will say things that they shouldn't will use wordings about him or the law and that they should never use that they should fear Allah subhanaw taala from using about him Radi Allahu Anhu but it doesn't harm him, doesn't harm him. Why? Because the profit either you saw to some student the member and said Ma Rothman MFR, Isla de Lille, what could possibly ever harm with mine again after today? Nothing rhetorical, nothing of the Allahu Anhu Allah look for your big DD look for your big one. Look for the thing that you can come to Allah

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subhanaw taala with and argue your way through a difficult moment. Find that gap find that piece of the puzzle that you are willing to dedicate your life to fix with mine found at that one moment he did something that would change that would that would make it see some people saying stayed back from this from this battle. Not as man as man put all of his wealth in it. You could have easily said well they went there and found nothing.

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What a waste waste. What do you mean waste? That was this biggest win of his life or the Allah? Why no. That was the biggest triumph of his life.

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He can't say to himself well I've spent all this money and there was not even a battle No no, you went beyond what you can ever imagine. You got something from from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam something from Allah subhanaw taala that you will win forever you're you're always that's it you've taken care of yourself you're guaranteed inshallah because of a moment like that.

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We have to think of these down these i given the the example before but I like I'd like you to think about something important really is important.

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Doing something big.

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All the obligatory actions of our dean, we should all obviously do there's no question about that. Obviously, you should be praying your five prayers and fasting Ramadan and giving your second delivery date and doing hydrogen Sharla all these things should become naturally because Allah subhanaw taala is commands.

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But if you really want to make it if you want to get out of all the difficult questions that could occur on the Day of Judgment, if you want to get out of the questioning of time, where you spent it and all the details of your wealth and every details of your youth and all that the questions are difficult to answer because it's just I don't I didn't put on much of a show here. There's just a lot of wasted time and energy and sometimes a lot of haram How do I get out of these questions that I don't have good answers for? This brings something bring something like Earthman smile will come your milkman with does he is Jason Ursula are up by brick. I prepared the whole army. I like Serbia.

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I spent it from my wealth.

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Okay, you're good. You're good then how to book me a little piano or how to be better, but you're saved him. He was a boundary you got saved he he didn't something that is categorized as an act of betrayal. I'm sorry, there's no other way to put it like that's that's

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What happened? You can you can understand that he had a certain understand he had a certain interpretation of it. He didn't mean it to you as a mistake, blah, blah all fine. But at the end the act itself. You can't really say that was an act of betrayal. But because he had been under his belt he was he was pardoned.

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Musalla he said that when he came back from meeting ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada and he had with him the Torah, the 10 commandments. He came, he found his people worshiping a golden calf.

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We lost his temper Alayhis Salam, he lost his temper while Kala and he flew down the Allah. And he took the his brother Harun was older than him by his law here. Well, in his head he was pulling him from his hair welcome, CFE or Rue La his brother tells him Yeah, but

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you have known that who's been here T What are we see? Don't pull me from my head or my leg here. So he was yelling at him.

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You don't see but here's the line. What were you doing my man Naka is the lady to whom Balu I let her tell the irony of hours later Emery.

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Nowhere in the Quran do we see or hear Allah subhanho wa taala. Addressing Musa Ali set up for that problem? Nowhere nowhere did Allah Subhana Allah say anything to move out easterner even though he documents subhanaw taala in the Quran more than once. That moves out. He said I've got upset and yelled at his brother and it physically pulled him in through the nowhere.

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If I took the Quran and slammed it in the ground, you'd all pick me up and throw me out of the out of the Masjid. But most Ali Salam was not didn't even didn't even come up. Because most Allison's students around emotionalism stood in front of around himself at a moment of extreme fear and extreme difficulty. He summoned up adopt bravery and courage and he stood and he spoke to the worst tyrant of his time.

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That smooths out he said um, so it doesn't matter. You can make mistakes Musa they it's a speck of dust and an ocean of good deeds. It just dissolves and no one cares anymore. Doesn't matter a little bit of majestic ocean no one cares. It doesn't matter. But if you don't have that the small specks of dirt will matter. If you don't have something huge it'll matter. You need something big bigger than for Latina you need like a big better meal.

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You need a nice a nice tank of good deeds so that the small d bad deeds can dissolve and they'll get lost in this ocean of good stuff or something that's so powerful so meaningful so impactful that it carries on for so long that people it doesn't matter anymore that's what you need you need to look for it

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if you don't have it scary human pm it really is that's why this to me story is beautiful mother Rama what could possibly harmless my nothing is the answer Nothing will harm with money and nothing did it all the Allahu Allahu Allah, whether others like it or they don't. It won't harm him it only he'll blind Allah because of because of that day.

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So they do that. And then you have verses in the Quran that talk about the people who had come to the Profile To Use like what yeah, I didn't want the Runa mean ideally you then I know whom well for either Lavina Kozub Allahu Allah Sudha. So you'll see what Latina Cafaro mean, whom either Aleem and then what are the rune middle Allah is a phrase that is used to describe some of the Muslim bedouins who came seeking excuses for why they don't want to go. Why don't they go looking for excuses. They don't have good excuses don't have valid ones, but they're going to look for excuses. So they came to the Prophet I used to lie to them, seeking permission not to go with them.

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And Allah subhana says, and the final outcome was whereby the Lavina cada Bula ha Allah rasool Allah, and those who don't believe in Allah, those who don't, weren't truthful in their relationship with Allah and His Prophet they stayed back guided by that doesn't mean to sit down. God does the opposite of piano piano doesn't mean to stand up. Am is taking a stand. And pi does the opposite. is sitting back from when you should have took a stand. When you should have when you need to show your true colors when you need it when you are required. We were needed that day. It didn't stand you didn't take a stand or shame. Walk either lady Anika Bula wala suit they're going to be punished as

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the ISS very highly Mukalla funa female caller ID him killer for Rasulillah we're Carrie who are you? He will be on Valley him one foresee him will call who Latin Pharaoh will help you see the Mohalla phone those who are against that word is repeated in the surah Allah Maha Lavon those who stay back those who fail to fulfill their obligation of following the Prophet alayhi salatu salam and fulfilling their duties of holding on to this deen and and seeing through what ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada has commanded them to do.

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So they were happy that they were granted the ability to stay back that no one noticed them that no one came and commanded them to go out of their homes. Some of them were granted permissions even though they didn't have a good excuse.

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And they hated to go and strive for the sake of Allah and what they said is what they said

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Call to Latin funeral Philhealth said don't don't go and fight in the middle of August within the middle of the heat that doesn't feel fun how does too hot Quran would answer them. Well no Johanna I should do helwa tell them Johanna is hotter.

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is too hot for you to go. Oh, it's too hot Jahannam is harder to make your choice

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you choose if it's too hot now then wait until you see Janam Oh, you can get a heat. Why didn't you see what's waiting? Well no, I should do Hello. Hello Can we have cocoon? Only if you understood better Yahoo kalila well Yahoo cathedra has been my kernel Sybil made me laugh little from now on and may they cry a lot

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as a due diligence for what they did

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was a man by the name of a legit Debian place. I said well Minho home may oppo look really well at ft ni

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this man literally came and said this. This is this is a true story. This is the Quran talks about this you understand to what degree people were trying to get trying to get out of this.

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He had the audacity this man should have been pleased to come to the Prophet Alia salatu salam and say y'all see what Allah you see if I go with you to the Romans? I use all the Roman ladies are very beautiful. I don't know I may I may lose my control and I may do something haram so I'm going to stay back so I don't go into a fitna over there with the Romans

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is what he said.

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The provider your site says okay.

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I mean it will make your call Zelly easily I think it doesn't give me permission. What if it didn't didn't cause me to go and do fitness because there's ladies over there that I can't

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feel fit snotty circle to go in Johanna Malambo Hey, your platoon will curfew it and indeed he has already fallen into his own fitna long time ago. He isn't he has fallen into fitna way before it's fine. You want to stay stay good stay. So they stayed

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around to be in your corner. Madhava live

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twice in the Rado will be in your cool room I'll cover and if they were accepted, accepted to stay back with those who stayed back and did not fulfill their duties with the profit out of your salatu salam.

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Some of them had good good reasons. Some of them didn't. Some of them didn't though. So that was very interesting. I'm tempted to kind of pull up all the IRC and go through them with you when you hear that it's gonna become too. Too boring for you.

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Yeah, at the top there, it's always us also, at the end of this I was revealed as the Prophet alayhi salatu salam is telling people prepare yourselves.

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And he was telling them prepare yourself Prepare yourselves who will recite upon them this new area? Full Encana about UQAM webinar welcome. What is y Nukem? What is where do come? Why Sheila to come? Well, I'm Rania Patel have to move her or try to show like I said to her, when Messiah Keynote or Bona Ha, eight things he says, tell them if eight if any of these eight things one of them or all of them, any of these eight things, one of them or all of them. All of them are things that you are demanded, commanded, obligated by Allah to love. You're obligated by Allah to love, you're obligated to love your father's your, your parents, and your children and your siblings, and your spouses and

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your tribes or your countries or your families, whatever you want to call it. And the homes while I'm writing it off to Mohan, your professions and the wealth that you put together your possessions the thing that you love with the Jonathan in your profession is that you worked hard to make sure that you had almost second in your home that you built. All these things we love. We love our families, the people are close to us, we love what we build for ourselves, the houses, the possessions, the status, the profession, the careers, you're supposed to. It's normal, it's nothing wrong with enjoying these things. It's not haram but if one of these things are all of these things

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or a few of these things have really come in Allah He was truly he what you heard in fi CBD he also had the Allah who be Emery here Allahu Allah. Yeah, he'll call my Vaseline if any of them are more beloved to you than Allah and His Prophet and striving for their sake.

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Then wait until Allah subhanaw taala brings you his command, his decree, which is punishment, and Allah does not guide those who go astray. He does not guide those who deviate. This is the iron SUTA Toba.

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The test of sorts was with Tebow was love.

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What do you love more?

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Who are you more in love with any of these eight things that you're supposed to love? or Allah is profit is striving for his sake. If somehow, the love of something that you got

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is equal outweighs the love of these things? Then wait color stay back and wait. Wait until you are punished properly. Wait until you lose everything. Wait until you come to a moment.

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It later on after your death where you figure out that it was not worth it, that Allah subhanaw taala and his profit is striving for his sake was way more valuable and much more important, he should have loved that more. Nothing should outweigh the love of Allah subhanaw taala and he has profit in your heart, nothing should outweigh the love of the opportunity of doing something for him supine or whatever it is, you're not always given that opportunity. Sometimes in life, it's hard to figure out what are you going to do to serve Allah sometimes it's hard you're looking for, for ways to do something, but you just don't have an opportunity or you don't have the the skill set or the

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toolkit, you just don't have what it takes yet. So you're wait and then Allah grants you an opportunity to serve Him. You stay back, or you go forward with it. It depends what you love more sometimes is going to ask you for ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. Sometimes you'll put his love and in one scale and the love you have for your parents or your children or your siblings or your families or your career or your wealth or your home or your money or whatever, another scale, and he's gonna put you to the test, you have to answer a hard question which one do you love more? Which is heavier? is heavier? Something outweigh the love of Allah subhanaw taala and his profit and striving for him? If

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something does he'll, he'll expose it will it be exposed?

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They had to answer this is where the Allahu Anhu made you made.

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You understood that we have to we're answering this idea. Who do you love more?

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It will become obvious it says I will say no, I love Allah and His Prophet more. Okay, awesome. Great. Great. That's the claim. That's just you just said it. Fine. Let's see if it's true. Yep.

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We're going to double because 1000 kilometers is August

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I know you're all tired, but we're going to

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yes or no? No, it means you know you don't really you can say that you do but you don't really love

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Yes. Was the you had your yeah to see see it through with the proper behavior for it to be for it to be real.

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Another verse that was revealed within this period OData Yeah, you had Latina malaco either Karina la comun fiero FISA de la he's calm call to arm

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is just such an interesting idea. So oh, those who believe why is it What's wrong with you? As you're being told to go and strive for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala the word itself is expanded the Arabic language is so beautiful, like you can feel that heaviness within the word is coming to people is something's heavy. So it's almost like you're You're heavy. You can't move like you don't have any energy in your soul have you can get off the ground. Even the way that the word is said with the shutdown the thought it makes it feel so it's open to it and then the question comes to out all the tomb Bill hayati. duniya Killa what you're happy with duniya you think it's better than al

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Qaeda from amateur or hayati? Dunya.

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Colleen, the joy of dunya and compare it in comparison to the uncle is nothing is nothing What are you waiting? And then that was revealed? funnier? This is interesting. So the job right after that, he says in Latin soru you don't want to stand by him. So Allah Azza wa sallam, Picard no Surah hula Allah has already stood by him. And then he talks about the night of Hijra.

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This verse was revealed on the day of the book is something people don't understand. This earlier that talked about the night of hijab was not revealed the night of hijab. A few nights later, this idea was revealed now.

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Now it was in Latin Zulu, if you decide that you're too heavy, and you don't want to go and stand by him for Allah, Allah, Allah. Allah tells God no surah Allah Allah has already stood by him is a prodigal lady in a cafe Rosa and yes Nene who might be lady if you're curious or heavy healer doesn't in Allah Hi Marina for NS and Allah Azza, Kenya Diwali. Allah has already stood by him when he was only two of them sitting in a cave somewhere surrounded by their enemies and he got them out. You can get them out anytime he wants to partner with them. He can grant the profit out of your southern victory anytime he wants. He does not need you. You are not a necessity for this to work.

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You leave you don't leave you come with him. You stay back makes no difference to Allah. If he decides that he's going to stand by his profit. I know you're smarter than that. He will do it with you or without you. The why are we doing this isn't about you? You're doing it because it's about you. It's about your commitment. It's about your grit. It's about you the sincerity of your intentions. It's about your love. But how much love you have and how much sacrifice you're willing to offer. That's what this is about. He doesn't need you. He never did. So he went back to the Knights of Asia. I took him out of that night. I didn't need you. None of you guys were there to

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help him that night. I was the only one with him. I got him out. No problem. I can do it again. No problem. So it doesn't matter whether you do this or not. This is for you though. Is it so the eye after infield will differ on whether you either need to strive whether you have a lot or you have little whether you are strong

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Whether you're a weak whether you carry a lot of burden or LittleBird you need to all drive

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so they did they did they allow I don't mind they did an

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interesting story before I move on like to deprive ourselves time would have to always leave someone to run Medina in his absence, right? You can't just leave the city empty you have to have someone. So this time around, he told the only bit of your time you're going to be in my position. You're going to take this for me. So Allah you know, the Allahu Allah said yes, tell us what Allah and then people started saying

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stuff kinda who the Mona 15 Sad to say, oh,

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Ali is heavy on his heart. He wanted to get rid of him. You didn't want him with him all the time. He started seeing his stuff by law who is tackler who he doesn't want him he's tired of him. And Ali hears these things. And he he looks like Allah so Allah cleverly put someone else. I'm coming with you, Carlos. I said, Well, I left too early. I made you the Corolla live verifying some assignment. This is great. Like, whoever does this is happy because they get to run Medina and your position is to leadership. I don't want it I want to go with you put someone else in my position. And above it is also an ally. Why? What's the problem?

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Concerning they're saying that you don't want me with you, or that I am scared or that I didn't want to leave. He was very upset really low. I know. Because who is more brave than Ali or the Allahu Anhu who is who no one sacrificed more than Ali. No one did

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in these stories, to recognize the people who were there from the beginning, the people who had went through all the motions, the people who were there every time who never ever missed anything, those who never complain, those who sometimes you don't hear about because they're always there and they're always standing and whenever they were needed. They were there standing by him either you saw to some of the most difficult of moments he was always there. I didn't know the law. I never said a word just just did the job every single time. And now to hear that it hurt. It was like a cut where it really was sensitive know me. I know I'm going with you. I always I'm always with you. What

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am I not with you? What why why this time I want I want to go with you. And the provider your soul says I know I want you to take on this leadership position. sallallahu alayhi wa sallam knew that I knew at some point I knew he was going to need to lead was going to need to rule he needed that experience. You need to stay in learn how to run these things. Stay an ally. Oh yes, I know. No one has sacrificed more than me for you. Yes. So do I need to go with you?

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He didn't he couldn't see it at the time. And then he told him his head you call ya Allah Allah Tada. And Hakuna be men zenity How rude. I mean, Musa a lot. And Hakuna nd you may see that Johanna Musa il hola Ana de Abadi. Is it not enough for you? That you are to me as how wrong was to Musa but there is no prophet after me. And there is no prophecy. But I'll call it'll lead to a lawsuit Allah is that I accept. So Allah Hi, Salem, and that's what it isn't. And he went back and he was okay with it. Because he was offered for the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, a level of closeness that no one can imagine.

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Right? Which is why he'll be with him. So Allah he signed a settlement and those days. That's what I'm about 15 Did they look for little ways to bother the the sincere, okay, if you're trying to do something you're trying to, you're putting in your effort for the sake of Allah Subhanallah you're searching for your sincerity, you're working as hard as you can. And people say things here and there to bother you don't don't It's okay. Okay. That's the part that's a part of the story. The part of the test really, that you're going to hear things people don't have anything else to do.

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Maybe they'll just have nothing else to do. They're bored. So they say things that bother you. Now, the low I know, it wasn't. People said a lot of things he never bothered. It was the only time he was bothered. And it was bothered because he felt somewhere in his heart that the profit out of you saw the dumpster was coming to an end. He knew that this wasn't gonna go on for too much longer. He didn't want to be away from him. I know he has a lot to say. I mean, the last thing he wanted his reputation to be is that he is someone who did not go and stand with him. If this is the last time that he's going to have on the Hill salatu salam heard him would make their way to book. As I said,

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by the time they get there.

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There is no army left. The army is gone. The army had quarreled amongst themselves, leadership was torn apart and everyone went in a different direction. The Roman soldiers went back to their back to the southern parts of Turkey. And the assassin stayed inside like they didn't actually they weren't waiting. So they had basically fortified themselves in their castles. Everybody saw this and was not there to conquer the Cerny or the assassin as you didn't care to conquer them. He was there to neutralize a threat to people who are coming to to basically to raid them. So he didn't see anyone there. He was not interested in going beyond. So he stopped. The question is around 10,000 people

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who went with him out of his slot to Assam for this guy similar to the numbers who went for it with him for the hammock, and cylinder the numbers were with him during the time of alanine. He's a little bit less because there's some people who stayed back because of how difficult this whole thing was.

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They stayed there in the camp for a couple of nights but the provider is sluggish and wanting to get something out of it so there is a small Kingdom the Kingdom of doom into the jungle it's a part of modern day Jordan

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and that kingdom the Prophet was not a part of the Roman Empire and as a kingdom that had a very specific that the sovereignty of that kingdom actually covered an area of trade that was worthy of the property a slot with some being in good terms with so we wanted to figure out a way to fix this problem with the king the king his name was okay there so he chose to save the file and go and capture him and bring him here let's see if we can if we can come up with a with a resolution with him maybe we can sign a treaty or something and we can have we can we can benefit from the trade avenues that he has. So the problem is while it says yes or no okay for it for who How do I know who

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this guy is? I don't I know what I don't know this person at all. Because you do your Stoddard Bukhari you'll find him hunting for wild cattle or wild boar

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by value slots with some new stuff. seen these important to understand when it when that are a piece, a part of this sometimes you don't recognize the problem it is thought to us and he was very highly geopolitically, geopolitically educated, very highly educated, like he knew exactly what's happening around him. And he asked all the questions he had people bring him information. So we knew the people were they what they ruled and what how they ruled what type of people they were. So it was the time of year where it was it was time for going out for hunting escapades. So he told me I just wait, he hunts. He'll come on at some point and you'll catch him. So how did that go? I was

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like, This is insane. I'm gonna go in camp. He's going camp out here to wait for King to come in Yanni

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hunt for a trip for cows. He's like, how am I gonna stay here waiting for someone. And as he's saying this to himself, hunting cows, he sees a group of people hunting cows, though he sees them. There is a look to the people caught up

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to him and help him so we go and we'll kind of flank them from behind. So he goes beneath Langston. He captures them and he asked them who are you? And they're all quiet and you can see one of them was a little bit everyone's looking at Bacala Aleca say you do Who are you like their leader of color now? Am I not okay, you didn't really do much diligent then I'm the king. Mahalo sallallahu alayhi wa salatu salam so

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you need to call Rasulullah asking for you need to come with me. So he took okay then he brought him to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam and they had a discussion we don't have the details of it unfortunately Exactly. But we do have is that he spoke to okay did some narration say that okay you accepted Islam some of them and said he didn't in either way they were able they managed to sign a treaty where the prophet Allah is on the Muslims could use use those those avenues of trade and that okay, they would not would help with intelligence it would not be a part of any raid future in the future to Muslims. And okay there was so happy with being the prime minister you saw to ascend they

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gave him gifts. It's one of the reasons why I'm telling you this story by the way the rest of it doesn't this part doesn't this is the part that matters really. So you give them a gift he gave them a like something like something like this something to wear outside like a like a like a border or like you said so he gave the proper alleys or something to where the prophet Allah is not gonna accept this gift. And he wore it. It was so fancy.

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It was so it was so heavy and expensive and fancy little Sahaba yes, we're

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we're just looking at it as a problem. It is also when we walk around they're all taking I mean he could see everybody basically just staring at different at the I need the stitching and the and whatever else is on and they're all looking for the is on fix it off. But God will come you like this. Call to Jamila here Rasul Allah is beautiful. Yes, we only get a call and Our Lady in fcbd Here.

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What's really interesting about this hadith is that he doesn't forget people.

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No matter how long it is, he doesn't forget them and continues to remember people. The last time he saw this gentleman that he's going to speak I was five years ago, five years before them. In five years, this person's been dead. And he find it to you like this. Well, Levine Levine fcbd He lamina deal. The IDB anymore is still Jannetty Heilmann the tissue Saddam rather used and Jana is better than them.

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The tissues he used in general to wipe off it is better than what you see here. Who sadly been alive. When was the last word broadside them in my eyes that he'd been dead for five years. He doesn't forget people so Allah honey sign who said them? Those who stood by him? He doesn't forget them. Yes, they're not there. But he remembers he remembered them. Well, I used to love to sell lemonade G Lusardi. Be more I feel Jannetty. Jairo. Mina, what are you happy about? What do you think is so interesting? His tissues are in general are more valuable than what you see. But if I Cecotto Sahaba so I have all that back and felt a little bit less. He didn't like to use salatu

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salam. Let me just say this to you before we go through the worker who can show he didn't like people who are overly odd and impressed by dunya. He didn't like that. If you saw it in your eyes. It bothered him

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He may wish he would come up to you and say why? What do you like about this so much? Like if you saw on your eyes that you're taken by something of dunya that you are mesmerized by, by a piece of dunya some a car or a house or a possession or some if you're mesmerized by something of a possession or, or wealth or a status or if he saw that in you, it bothered him it is so hard to sell. Why? Why is this so important to you? It shouldn't be it shouldn't be. It was way more useful is me more valuable. That's what you should care for. Don't use nothing. Whatever his other Sahaba even just being impressed by a little piece of clothing that know

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the gender is more important than I'd right now has in his hand. Something more valuable than this and he just uses it for nothing. It's completely useless to him. But Allah hottie CyberZone cared about that meant something to us.

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Or we do you have 15 minutes worth of time, or do I go on for

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going over bit more? Okay. 10 Perfect. So let me tell you the story quickly then. Alright. So on the way back the story, so there's a young man by the name Abdullah, who will be jetting I'm not gonna it's not gonna be okay. All right, I'll try. I'll try to see if I can get this story through.

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Billa there'll be Jardine. His name is Abdullah Rosa. That was his name previously and removes any movement was aina. That's the name of the tribe. The Prophet today, so I'm gonna change his name to Abdullah that was his name. I've noticed that this gentleman learned Islam from them, oh, hygiene, because the MaHA Guinean as they're going on their way he lived in Louisiana. He was very wealthy. His parents had died. He lived with his uncle's uncle, he's an uncle. His uncle took care of him from a wealth perspective, it got a lot of money. And he would, he would sometimes meet the the travelers on their way from Mecca to Medina. And we asked them, Why are you going? And they would

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tell him why and he accepted Islam during that period. And he would walk behind them, no one story, learning the Quran from them he would walk with behind them sometimes 100 kilometers just what do you know from the Quran recite so I can memorize and then he would see in the group and you ask them what you know from the Quran. We know this and this is like I know those What else do you know? This? This is I know those what do you know? The Add something I know students because I don't know that one. Teach it to me. I have to make it to Medina, no worries. You read and I walked behind you and you'd walk behind them. You do this every day. And because he didn't he didn't want to go with

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them to them at the Medina. The reason being is that he wanted his uncle to accept Islam. So we'll spend as much time as possible, trying to get his uncle to see Islam, you would pray. He would say I used to pray in the barn, pray behind sometimes in like good paying places where he shouldn't be praying or can't pray, because he didn't want his uncle to see him because he didn't want his uncle to know yet. Do you want his uncle to kind of be eased into it? But after three years, after three years of doing this, and he missed better, and he missed your home? And he's like, Yeah, I'm Allah him. I mean, I had an adult.

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There's no one on earth. I look more than you what I can need in tomato, but the left one Rasulillah. But I've waited and now I'm way behind. But at any battle, what I've learned I've missed better. Right Mr. Hodge? In the article, Goofy COVID Islam. I would love to see your Muslim bahala Shaheed May Allah Allah, Allah Allah. Well, it's Dr. Ma AB rasool Allah, would you would you I asked you to say that you know, Allah and join me so we can go and be with Rasool Allah as I said,

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those uncle got very upset. And he tried to force him to stay and Abdullah said, in Nila Khalifa Leone and Rasulullah I can't stay away from him anymore. I have to be with him. So hola hola. So I was I have to go be with him. I have to go spend whatever time I can with this gentleman.

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Was uncle took away everything from him. He stripped him from the clothing off his back. He took his he pulled his pants off. He had nothing left he had to go find a a piece of fabric and cut it into two pieces like a an old bag old bag or behind a bag and then put a piece on under his under his waist and a piece on his shoulders. In Arabic. A piece of fabric like that is called Libby Jed. So he was wearing two of them in Arabic You say BJ done, or BJ Dean. So he comes to Medina. He walks a couple of 100 kilometers he comes to Medina he has nothing. He was stripped for everything he owns. He was wearing just two pieces just to Hey, bags and he enters the Masjid. His face is all crumpled

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up because he's so dehydrated. He's wearing two pieces of clothing that look ridiculous.

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And the Sahaba are looking at him and he enters and he asks where the Prophet SAW Selim is the prophet Allah is awesome, calls him and brings him by and he asks him about his story.

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And the Prophet Allah is also something called the Sahaba Qatal first met, I will just sorta Akiko Abdullah he will be Jeddah in he called him that. The prophet Isaiah gave him that nickname. He said you're not Abdullah Abdullah, and you're going to be jetting, that's how you're going to be knowing the one who had the two pieces of fabric. So he told us about his story. And Abdullah who will be God and all he did was just spend time with the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, memorize the Quran and take care of the Masjid. Now we don't have a lot of Hadith in the books for him because he died that night. He didn't live up to the problem. He died a 20 something year old year old young man

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He passed away before the battle he would tell the Prophet obviously Allah said Allah that Allah Holly and I'm outta Shahida make dua for me that I die Shaheed then the whole me of bulimia dunya che i have nothing left on dunya for me I've lost everything I have no one I'd rather just move to Qatar they are Abdullah the Allah wa Judah and yeah move to Allah theodicy he was sure he knew if he said be dilla with Allah Raja Muda feeb at what was your hidden fees to be read I said your Abdullah sometimes someone will pass away in their home and their Shaheed or they will die on their bed and they are shaheed because the Prophet alayhi salatu salam had a hunch that this guy was going to die

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not in the battle. He was going to die and it was but he's still Shaheed because he died on the way from a battle with his intention of jihad. So he died as a shaheed.

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I'm going to tell you the story of his death in sha Allah next week because it's another seven or eight minute story and I don't want to ruin the good. But the story that the importance of knowing Abdullah the Bucha didn't cannot be over emphasized. So I'll leave it at that. I'll tell you the story show next week.

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Take out your phone so that you can go through the route in Charlotte Tada and then we'll go for your shots. I'm gonna have to let you know hey, let's talk to Greg What's that Allahu wa salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa earlier Socrates means like Mala Haman Barak ultrafico

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So welcome everybody.

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We're going to set the Kahoot very shortly just so we can finish it in time before Aisha then shall look so for those of you in the back who can see it the code is 895826.

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all right, 54321 you're set now shoulder all right. I believe it's around 1314 questions. So

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the quicker you answer the questions, the more points you get as well.

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So what did Abu Bakr al de la Juan Lee for his family was a half his wealth was Allah and His Messenger Peace be upon was a quarter of his wealth or was it nothing?

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It was Allah and His messenger for first place we have a

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second question what was the name of the Arab tribe that was allied with the bison teen Empire

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was it 34 Was it How was in was a cena or Quraysh

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which one was it

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Michelle law majority you guys got that correct.

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So we have this emoji that we have a Yama file to Jas and hello

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what sudo refers to the Battle of two book

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zero Toba? Was it Surah Surah

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the other microphone died

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all right True or False fighting occurred during the battle to book

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were they fighting during this battle

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six people got the incorrect

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scoreboard we still have first place as M second place Hello and third place

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the Quran refers to the Battle of two book as the era of honesty the our patients the era of difficulty or the hour of faith

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Okay, we have the scoreboard so the same three people and 123 and fourth we have Moha and fifth we have a

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you guys

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As you're making these pretty interesting names will lead the army during the Battle of to book

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was a hotter than bullied was it the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam was it Amata been a hot tub or was the olive and every toilet

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sha Allah

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we're getting close to a perfect

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answer everybody gets it correct.

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What challenges did the Muslim face during the battle have to book

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loads lack of food then storm or extreme heat

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go slower

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Am I too loud? Is it Mike

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is too close

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more so Allah like 28 people I think we're paying attention the rest of you weren't

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okay we have a change.

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We have the hand emoji and first we have Maha and second we have a and third product f and fourth and solemn and fifth Masha Allah.

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Question Eight out of 13 roughly how long was it between the Battle of two book and the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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was it 123 or four years?

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My shot Masha Allah

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scoreboard is still the same.

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How many Muslims were estimated to have participated in the Battle of two book?

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Was it 10,000 Was it 20,000? Was it 30,000? Or was it 40,000?

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That that might have been incorrect.

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It's incorrect.

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I think so. That was incorrect unfortunately. Sorry. Sorry guys.

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We're Sahabi spent so much during the book that the Prophet sallallahu sallam said about him nothing you can do from now on can harm him

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the Abu Bakar was the author man. Was there Omar or was it Ali

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okay Masha Allah we have the hand emoji and first Mohan second Salam and third thought of f and fourth and treasure. And fifth question is that

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quack quack quack quack.

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What was excuse did immunity escape to the Prophet?

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Was it temptation? Was it sickness family or was he scared was a fear?

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Correct temptation.

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Second, last question, guys. What was the lesson of sort of the Toba mentioned tonight

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there's a lot of lessons from the SUTA but which one was specifically mentioned tonight by shahada

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I think everyone please get this right please

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yeah, majority of you guys got that one right. Mashallah. Final question? Oh, ma moved the first place and Mooji to second

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who did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam leave in charge of Medina during the battle to book this is a final question

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Which of these four so hobbies

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also we don't have gift cards but next week if you went come see me I'll give it to you next week inshallah.

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Okay, that's the final question and let's do the results real quick.

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And then we'll have the event Inshallah, we have third place as solemn masala

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second place as an emoji and first place.

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Maha Masha Allah, the baraka, la que Zach Lafayette, everybody for attending. We'll see you guys next week in sha Allah. And we'll have the event for a show right now.

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Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar.

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Allah who a lot. Oh who acabado

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