The Aftermath of Reclaiming Makkah 02

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The upcoming Halacha session covers topics such as preateries, preparation, and avoiding distractions, emphasizing the need for people to understand scripture and use "med strict" in the message of the Prophet. They stress the importance of history, praying, and living in a strong culture. The speakers also discuss personal relationships, family, and spiritual well-being, with a focus on forgiveness and privacy in public transportation. They emphasize the importance of praying and staying in a strong culture, as well as staying ahead of potential challenges and pursuing personal relationships.

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for probably an awful lot, I won't give time for it. So now we'll just make a comment, and there'll be some afterwards. So starting tomorrow, that's what's going to be like and tomorrow the Halacha that I give usually after it shall be given after. Tomorrow, the Halacha will be given after a moment, almost everything that's going to be given from now until November will be after moving it but after a shot, we won't be scheduling any doodles After Effects, maybe maybe exceptions here and there, because a shot will be quite late. So tomorrow, the session that I give after maghrib usually is to see it in English, but tomorrow specifically will be the first Ramadan preparation session.

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And then the week after Saturday, and Sunday will be the second preparation session in the third. And next week, Friday will be a preparation session but in Arabic so it'll be I'll summarize everything I'll do English in one session in Arabic. So today, this is the last session outside of you know, before Ramadan preparation and affordable dawn that will run the theater halacha will will continue maybe a week or two after eating shell $1 after Ramadan is over at nighttime. So next week, I would still say you should come to bring your kids we'll do a session about Ramadan, we'll talk about some of the issues that you should know about in terms of what's acceptable during fasting

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what is not we kind of go through that a little bit of that information for all of you Inshallah, tada in preparation. And then if you have the time to show up for tomorrow and the Sunday afterwards, so he said all the preparation sessions, I would totally encourage you to do that. Just because I think everyone should have their themselves ready for the blizzard month inshallah Tada.

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Just as a reminder, before I forget, tonight in sha Allah Tala, I'm going to try and I'm going to show the conclude talking about for Dhammika. We may even going to touch touch a little bit on

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on Elizabeth 14, on the Bible of her name, probably we're not going to finish it, obviously, you will see it, I will take maybe a few a month or more. After eight to finish there will be finishing it some time, just before school ends, inshallah Tada, that will figure out whether I repeat it again, in July, we do something different. We'll put it to a vote, and we'll see what people want. I think we'll just gonna probably start over again. But we'll see. So the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam.

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And I explained this a few over the last two Halaqaat more.

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He never lost focus or of what what the goal was the goal was to reclaim the holy land to take back MCCA. Once he once he secures Metka, the rest of the tribes within Arabia, those are the cities will just kind of fall on their own. It's very simple. Sometimes figuring out what needs to be done in order for everything else to become easy. It's very important. That's what leaders are supposed to do. Leaders are supposed to provide the vision of what need what the crucial point is what the really important

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piece of the puzzle is to Miktek to keep everything moving. Because if you get distracted, and you focus on periphery, or peripheral aspects of any any cause you end up wasting a lot of effort, a lot of energy a lot of time and you don't really get anything at the end. There's nothing there's no bang for your buck, the providea slotzo Some did not get distracted. He knew exactly what it is that he needed to do. And it was fun to hammock or maca he stayed focused on paper was just an order to neutralize a threat so that he could go back and focus on monkey that was the point of it.

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He did it. I think I saw two salmon away his goal was to

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minimize the possibility of bloodshed. That was the goal to make sure that very few people lost their lives as he did this out of his salatu salam. And he did it a way where that was achieved. And that's, in my opinion, why he was so upset with him. And I wanted to kind of talk about that today after you've heard the story of it. You see, you can say how the big mistake was that he you know, he let Quraysh know, like he he let out a secret the Prophet alayhi salatu salam told him not to his idea was very simple. Like I just wanted to have like a good marriage with them so that they some I want to have like a check checkmark for it with them, so they wouldn't harm my family. The Prophet

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Allah says that, like you don't know what you're doing. You think that I'm just keeping it a secret for the fun of it. But that's not what I'm doing here. Take a have a seat.

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There we go.

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But the problem is sometimes reason of not wanting people to know was that there would be no bloodshed, but how they're gonna see that you understand the problem, like, the problem sometimes is that the Sahaba or those who go against the Prophet, Allah yourself, sometimes teachings don't understand that when you're going against his teachings on his thoughts and their aspects, there are things that you don't know about that you're going to cause a lot of problems with, you're gonna cause harm without even knowing that you're causing harm. Help him in his mind is like, well, it's not gonna affect your ability to conquer Mecca. You're not gonna it's not gonna affect anything else

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would Allah? It will, it'll affect my ability to minimize bloodshed. Yeah. How to, which is something you didn't think about altogether? And how to be Yeah, you never thought of that. It didn't even crossed his mind. How that didn't care about this whole question this this whole question or the answer for him. It was like, What? What is the harm if I send this message? The problem it solves that problem was you don't understand why didn't you listen to what I said? I gave a command you should have followed. Don't go and do his jihad on your own. We don't do wish you I don't think the Prophet Allah your son was very clear about that's nowhere he she had a curse. Islam

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when we do wish you had to do that.

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The scholarship is a very specific phrase. They say, We don't performance Jihad FEMA has someone who knows meaning regarding things that the revelation that scripture was very decisive upon. Anything that the Quran or sunnah of the Prophet Alia Solomon's teaching is decisive. We don't do it yet, because he's this way he said that he saw to somebody go through what He taught. It's when there's lack of clarity, when there's lack of context, when there's lack of authenticity, when there's some piece missing. That's when we do wish to hide because there's a missing piece. But when it's clear, it's clear how plebe was given a very clear command from the mouth of the prophet it is, do not let

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us all know.

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And he did it she had no, you're not allowed to do that. That's not That's not your, your place. And how does like I still don't understand exactly what I did wrong. Who would have because if you let Qureshi know, and they knew, and they prepared an army would have still conquered Mecca, but maybe a couple of 100 people would have died? Maybe it would have been who now is one of the Sahaba would that we say no, the Allahu andam would have died like his father in Buddle. Maybe Solomon Omiya would have died like his father as well. Maybe it was if he also could have been how it would have been the same since the here it's here. Take a seat.

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But because the Prophet Allah is awesome, actually was able to see through his his his his plan, it worked out. So when you think about it, that's why you read actually came the reason that God Allah Islam came and told him go find the lady before she gets the message is because the goal here was to stop bloodshed. That was the that was the purpose of this whole thing. And I love that piece of the story. Because it shows you sometimes we you know, we we break the word or we go against the ruling, are we going against the teaching of the Prophet Allah or the Quran, and we think that we have it all figured out. This is the only reason sometimes you don't always know. Sometimes you don't

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exactly know why maybe you should just listen when it's a very clear, decisive command. You don't have to, you don't always have to have a reasoning. He said, The pine notes Allah don't commit Zina done, I don't need to explain to you I don't need to, I can and I can bring forward a lot of Psychosocial Studies and talk about why it's such a harmful thing. But I don't I shouldn't need to, if you've accepted La Ilaha illa Allah, which you don't accept through rulings, you accept La Ilaha illa Allah through looking at the universe and looking at history and life and your personal experiences, that's where you that's where you actually bring forth your belief in Allah subhana wa

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Tada. Once you have that, once you believe in his prophecies that Allah Allah will side with me and the Quran revelation, you don't require me to explain every single ruling he taught, he said, don't eat pork. That's it. That's it, you don't need more. He was very clear, decisive. The Quran says don't do that. That's it. We shouldn't we shouldn't require more and more. We shouldn't say well, I mean, that was a certain time things have changed. No, we he was decisive and conclusive with his teaching subhanho wa taala. So we just stick to it. Don't don't drink alcohol, we're done. We're done. Whether I have good reasoning for this or not, shouldn't make that much of a difference for

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you. Because Allah subhanaw taala said, This is not a place where before me, she said, I don't go do his Jihad here and then start saying, Well, maybe maybe, no, no, this was very clear. This is very clear. And he said exactly why he didn't want you to do something. And vice versa. He tells you what he wants you to do. Subhana wa Tada. There's a lot of examples here, obviously, it's important for us to kind of understand them, and then follow them. And that's why I think the story is important.

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There are a number of lessons that occurred during mica that I

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specifically, kind of put them in that freezing up their lesson for this for the history books of this or of that, because I want you to take a moment and really allow that to sink in, want you to absorb it.

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Seeing the Prophet alayhi salatu salam at one of the moments of his peak moments. So did they fit Emeka in the later on during his yoga is there a peak moments for him I saw to seeing how he behaved during those moments is very important. It teaches you a lot when you see how the Prophet alayhi wa salam decides to act when he has within his hands, a lot of power. Sometimes people who are persecuted, you can see people who are in a difficult situation, they persevere. they persevere well, they're very patient, they're very accepting. And they're behaving amazingly and then suddenly they have wealth or they have status under the change. And then the fangs come out right and that

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was with the HID for a long time comes out that eaten and they want they take with it and they and they seek revenge and know the Prophet Allah Islam. You got to see him see, have you not seen him at a peak moment? I wouldn't really know how to what degree Oh, no, because I saw him when he was weak or laying sod or something is very impressive. Very impressive. It is so awesome when he was when he needed help when he didn't have a lot of support. Very perseverant. very decisive. It was a very brave. We've had a lot of grit, some Elijah, who didn't get done was very focused, never got but now that he's on top, what does he do now?

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You see him out of your sight to Sam in full humility. As he sticks his head on the on the main the reins of his of his animal entering with fully humility out of here salatu salam

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he gathers the people of Makkah. I told you the story last week, of course. Yeah, well, yeah. And HuffPo was all about Alberta in Alberta, Canada as a hookah. He is pointing towards a different idols and they're just falling over. We talked about this last week this fall over and they all fall over and people in front of the people of muck

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as we call it, the people of Macau, bring them all out. They're brought out of their homes. They're scared. They're most people are shivering. And he would say, Madeline Luna and Nephi don't become what you think. Or what do you expect me to do to you?

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Some people already ran away, crema ran off one ran. There's certain people to rough out as I was gonna said, if you see them holding onto the Kaaba, you execute them. There are certain people that they've killed. They had betrayed so many times that killed so many times or five, six people, these people are not getting any forgiveness, and they all ran away. And they're all forgiven later on all but they're told if you see them in the Kaaba holding on to the guy by us execute them and you and you bury them. They don't they don't get anything from us. certain individuals, they ran, they fled. They fled the country they were they came back and I'll tell you the stories in a moment. The rest

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are all brought in front of the Kaaba there. Everyone's shaking in fear 20 years. They know what they've done. What do you think I will do to call you a conquering knocking Kareem you have always been a noble, a noble brother and the son of a noble Brother, you've always been known and generous Nacala is who fell into Mottola go you are you are freed. You are released from any debt that you may have. Any I release you from any debt that the Muslims have on you. Whether whether it's blood, whether it's wealth, whether it's betrayal, whatever it is, I released all of you so much I was telling me did not seek revenge upon them. This is him as a speaker you understand what I'm saying?

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This is after years and years of them trying to kill him. And everything in every one He loves out of his Saltos MC you don't We don't appreciate this part of the story. I'm so I'm sorry. You don't appreciate this part of the story. And you know why is because I see people who peek and I see how they behave. And they see how eager they are to rub their enemies noses in their success. I watched I see how eager they are to go and rub it in people's faces. You see what I did? You see? Oh, you like them apples? Right? You see what I was able to do it. They're so eager to rub their enemies faces into it. So I say and I always say you didn't learn it, learn it learn from somebody sought

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wisdom. This is him prevailing after he was kicked out. It took away everything from him on a sore throat and they fought him for years. They tried to root they tried to take his life and the life of everyone he loved. He comes back now in full power. They stand there helpless in front of him and he forgives them. He forgives them. Because when you're capable you forgive when you have the upper hand you forgive you let it go is have you used the word intimate Kotlin you're released. You're at least you don't carry that anymore. You don't have to walk around with the shame of previous betrayals or previous behaviors know you are released rental thought when someone's divorcing his

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wife Pollak, it means you released your release from this commitment. You're Not You don't have to be committed to me anymore. You don't have to be committed to this family or anything. That's what that's what the toilet actually means is it's a release. So he's releasing them you're not you're not in debt anymore. Go live your life. I don't want anything from you. I'm not asking you. I'm not asking you for years of service or to make up for what you broke. You know, you are released, do what you want. Allah Allah use IBO Salam

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robocall, the first thing he would do. When he arrived into Miguel, he would go to his house. He would look for his father, his father, Abu Hanifa, an old old man, man in his 90s and couldn't see the light. He had never accepted Islam in Albuquerque. It just bothered him. And he tried really hard to overcome it Allah who I knew all the years, but in my mind, he couldn't get it done.

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And oh, by the day they entered Mecca, the first thing he did is he left and he went to find his father. And he sat with his father saying now is the time you must accept it. What what's left? Every excuse you gave me is gone. Come Let me let us let us go in except I need I need you to go announce your Islam. So as father finally says, Okay, I'm ready. So he takes his father over to the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam.

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And then we're going to calls upon the Prophet Claudia rasool Allah, Abu Hanifa Jaya buhbuh yaki Islam. Here's Boko Haram. My father is here to analysis this stuff I thought about bucho hell, character shake of EBT I tell you now who none Why don't you leave him at home? I would come to him. If he's ready to accept this and I come to him. Why are you bringing Why are you bringing a 90 year old blind man out of his house to walk? I would have come to him because I don't have the Allah Allah Allah Allah, Allah Allah Baluja teak? No, he comes to you your rasool Allah, Allah Hafiz Abdul Salam never lose his manners out of your slots. And this example in my opinion exists in the books

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for one reason to approve more even more, that he didn't change the moment he became a king. I thought this was a moment where he now was peeking. He didn't feel oh, yes, they must come to me. No, I will come to him. Take them home. I'll come to him. Just okay. I'll come if he's willing to accept Islam. I will go to him from ALLAH HAFIZ Abdul Salam

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didn't go to his head

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is so important. It's so important. You are, most of us are, you don't peek for long and life. Unfortunately just don't. You pick for a while and it goes away. Most of the time, we're just struggling. We're just trying to make things work, right. It is good to be ethical and moral and kind and considerate and loving and compassionate and humble when you're struggling. But when you peak, when you hit that high note, when you're getting when you're on the top of the mountain, be very, very careful. Be very, very careful how you behave. That's when everything is that's when the the microscope that's when the microscope is on you. Look at what are you? What are you gonna say,

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are you gonna change suddenly, you suddenly now going to be much more difficult to be you know, not accessible anymore. You're not kind anymore, you're not patients anymore. The Prophet Allah you start to this story we find in the books of Sierra, as an example, didn't make a difference to him. He entered Makkah, he prevailed. He didn't make a difference. He continued to be forgiving. He continued to be humble, he's still you continue to be his goal is only to make sure that Tao occurs regardless of anything that he may have to pay for that some Allah Allah Samuelson.

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15 min only died as it mission accomplished. Imagine if health clubs letter hadn't made it to college. Yeah, maybe they would have taken his finally didn't die, by the way how to have this huge family. Yeah, maybe he would have corrected his family. But imagine if what he put together an army. I will be telling you it was so with maca. He's telling a different story of a battle that occurred and the number of people who died 15 people That's it.

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Very small, very small number or an army that was going to enter the the bottom. At that time. We accomplished it Alia salatu salam and no blood was shed.

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Again, this is the Bible. This is where you entered from the USA to Islam if you ever go to a haram stand there for a moment and just appreciate where you stand. You stand exactly where he entered Allah saw to someone his horse and where he started to say Pooja and help was called Belton point towards the Muslim and they start to fall over. Allah How are you fine. Yeah, here is another picture of just a word they entered from.

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But again,

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if you haven't been there, it's not that helpful. It

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was a fun.

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This is a very interesting gentleman. It was a fun. He still wasn't

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he couldn't let go of it. He wasn't happy.

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Sitting there. And he's thinking in his mind about how is he going to put an army together to remove Mohammed and some Sahaba from from Makkah, like is this really sticking stick? He's standing in front of the Kaaba as he's watching and Harris

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is sitting beside him one of the one of the people just accept wasn't accepted Islam yet.

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It's sitting there and it was just sitting there and he's thinking how am I going to get a I'm not gonna get an army. How am I going to remove Mohammed I just thinking the prophet Isaiah saucer comes up to him. It taps him on the shoulder for QA either in your physique Allah Hua Sophia, and if you do this then Allah subhanaw taala will use Zeke meaning he will humiliate you if you do this. Bacala Gustaf Asha, do Anika Rasulullah i How did I'm just thinking then Abdullah Al Anon acaba. And then Bilal, as this is happening, it gets on top of the cab,

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and he starts to make his gun. Oh, the Allahu Anhu. Ottawa is the first time being able to make a dent on the Kaaba. Remember this, this is a moment that the Sahaba would never forget it, if you want to an iconic moment for them, like the people of that generation, their iconic moment was seeing betta did have a sheet on the law, one who's standing on top of the cabin making it then we'd Earl, who was once a sleeve was from a different continent, a different culture and different races, different background, but he is a Muslim. And that's all that matters. And he is now a part of the Muslim nation. So all of the things I talked about are completely irrelevant. And he doesn't matter

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that he is from a different background culture, language race doesn't make a difference. He is one of the Muslims. So he's on the Kaaba making a dent as a Muslim, for the autumn who are sitting there who did that was something that they couldn't understand. For the Muslims it made perfect sense. They couldn't wait for me to to say Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar on top of the Kaaba, and they stood there the Quran for buckle Jamia? Literally how him and everyone has been able to make them that day would cry until until their beards wouldn't be dripping of tears, including the Prophet Allah you saw to us today, as they hear betta Allahu Anhu who was under the boulder for years under the

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boulder that will may have been 100 put there on him trying to kill him saying say hopefully you say I don't know what now is standing not under not under the boulder anymore. Now he's on top of the Kaaba as his son someone's watching him as we're able to help his son sits there and watches or sees Bilal make make a gun. He makes it done. Well the Allahu Anhu Allah as he's making event the Prophet Allah is also is enjoying the moment to how it is sitting beside that was a feeling would say is what you say to say

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hamdulillah Hilary Mata abhi habla and yes mana to Bilal focal Kaaba I'm glad my dad died before Yanni before

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he heard this this horrible noise Bilal is making on top of the Kaaba

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was VI and says Allah He in Nila Asha and the Hadith but you can Lima hood hustle. I'm scared to say anything and I'm just scared the pebbles under my feet will tell him what I'm saying. So I'm not gonna say anything. The Prophet alayhi salatu salam after the event came back and he said, Al Hamdulillah, here, Harris and Abba come out to Kabbalah and yet shut off a beloved football club. I am glad that your father died before he saw the honor. Before he saw the dignity of being out on top of the Kaaba. And yes, Abu Sofia. And if you spoke the pebbles would have told me what you said, Do Anika Rasulullah tell us I'm done? I know I'm good. I don't know what else to say. So Allah Allah is

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Abdul Salam. And I was a Fiat from that moment forward. By the way, not only would he would as the the wording that they use is Hassan Islam, the only way we become a good Muslim, you would actually fight in two or three of the battles with Muslims, you will die in one of them, you would die on the day of your book. There'll be Allahu Anhu. Same gentleman, the prophet Isaiah says I'm put up with him how many times? How many times could you have executed this gentleman? For various legit reasons. And the story for me wouldn't have changed at all. I wouldn't care. I'm pretty sure none of you would either. Like it wouldn't make a difference. This guy did so much. So many times, he was so

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resistant to what is very simple. He did not even uphold the basic d&d Basic honor. And the prophit is awesome refused to do this. He refused, he refused to give in to those basic instincts of just seeking revenge. Hopefully, this person will accept this on Monday. Yes, for him out of the slot. This is just about maybe just one more person, just one more person closer to Allah. That's how he's very interesting mindset. The way he looks at the world is how can I get one more person closer to Allah, just one more person close to Allah, that that is an achievement for me, as long as they can afford it, as long as I am not breaking rules that I cannot break someone who, who physically

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murdered somebody needs to be punished for that. So those people that he talked about are people who actually did something like that. That was if you had not done that it was a part of conspiracies and wars, but it wasn't a part of specific any murder.

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Because the Prophet, it just wasn't for him. It's just one more person closer to Allah. And he was able to achieve that goal, the audience thought

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you would run into a man by the name of it'd be bissa it was the prophet I know you thought it was his business partner before it's alright, so this is talking about maybe 2530 years before you used to do business together and go on journeys and come back. And so it was always kinda a little bit of a way of all of this. He was never involved in anything he never fought. He didn't he didn't really stand on this. He was neutral the whole time. It's kind of out of it. So the product, it is awesome to see it like we call it setup over Bacala you

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can at Endeca UCLA, Lima to infusio Helia, bada Elijah and Phil Islam, you used to have beautiful ethics back in J Helia. I hope that you can, you can bring those same beautiful morals and ethics into Islam. And I would accept Islam that day.

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And the reason I bring up the story, or I tell you this little piece, the Prophet alayhi salatu salam Kerr was to preserve all that which was good in any community. His goal was never to delete or erase a culture, or to erase an identity or to remove a community's way of life? No, his goal was to see what is good. Let's, let's encourage that, let's promote that as an advocate for all the good things that exist in society. And then let's talk about the stuff that should be changed. And this goes for any society, for any community on the planet. Islam is does not come to a community with the with the intention of erasing their culture, removing their identity, no, is comes to say, what

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do you have that is good, is actually better than other communities, let's advocate for that. Let's promote it to make it even better. And then let's focus on maybe what needs to be changed that is negative within this community. And as Muslims living in the West, we have to do the same.

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We have to do the same. That's the essence of our motto for Nikhil monka. If seeing what do they have that is good. There is no community on the planet has nothing good. It doesn't exist. Every community has something good. What is it? If we don't know what what the good things are, then we're going to struggle because we're kind of lost. We can't the idea of existing outside of the of the larger community or larger society doesn't work that way. We can't You can't live in cults. You can't live in small isolated groups, it doesn't work. You have to be a part of the larger society. But that requires enough maturity within our community to identify that which is good so that we can

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advocate and promote and join them by making that even better, and then also identify that which is not that we can continuously speak out against. Okay, we don't agree with that, though. We don't think that is right, that can change. Why because here's the alternative. Here's a better way here's something that will serve you more heal something that we never stopped doing that. I think because we didn't identify that now we're in this mess.

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Now we're in this mess. Well as Muslims, it's very, very difficult and tiring for me, because I have to listen to people talk about this, because I have to, I have just this pendulum that swings in both directions very severely from from Muslims, either those who have completely given up on whatever identity is left for us as Muslims, and just want this to integrate all together and accept all the values, which is not that doesn't work that way. You can't you cannot you cannot sell out on what Allah subhanaw taala taught you I just said that I'm not willing, hopefully any Muslims aren't willing to do that. But that's and then you have the opposite. Those who don't see any claim in any

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community that they live in, inside of are a part as a part of his you know, I don't know everything is evil. That doesn't work either. Yeah, it doesn't work either. We need to have that maturity to be able to identify the good stuff and the bad stuff we can promote and encourage the good the Prophet of Islam did that. Yeah, he did that all the time. He used these words. He said, during the time of Jahangir, you had good ethics, bring them with you. Bring them with you to Islam has come in the Hadith that you know when Bukhari and Muslim that is similar to this, but it's a bit more specific, where he says a national my iden has people

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have innate characteristics or traits. Now that means minerals, but he's trying to talk about as awesome is that people have backgrounds that kind of define who they end up being the Autohome vilja Helia PR on for Islami that aku. The best of them enjoy Helia will become the best of them in Islam if they learn the deen properly. Because if you have good ethics, you have good morals, you have good background, and then you add to it the understanding of Islam you'll you'll you'll soar, you'll be you'll be extremely successful. As Muslims, we have no reason to want to come to any society or any culture, any group population on the planet. And just say everything you're doing is wrong.

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Coming to know, we come in, we have to have that maturity, the ability to see what is good, promote that advocate for that support it, Dan, buy it, strengthen it, and then see what's wrong. And be very clear that we will never ever accept the wrong.

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Allahu Akbar, if this could happen. You were able to achieve this in our society here. It would make life so much easier. There's a lot of good things here.

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And you're here. Why do you think you're here? Can you think your parents came here? There are certain things here that are good, or else your parents would never left the country they came from. If everything there was hunky dory and amazing and everything goes bad. We just stayed there. But there are good things here. We need to keep them. We need to advocate for them. We can't be as Muslims, the ones who are taking them away. We like order. Right? I love that part of this country, that there is law. Meaning Have you ever tried to drive in the Middle East?

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I'm trying to drive with them at least

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private place are just suggestions. Just a suggestion. I'm just suggesting maybe slow down? No, no worries, by all means. I like the fact that when it turns red, I stop and everyone else stops as well. I like that. As Muslims, are we going to advocate for that and promoted? Are we gonna be the only people who run through red lights and break why this is a good thing. This is a good thing in the country. We agree with it as Muslims, you promote the good stuff. And keep on going. People stand in line he

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public transportation in the Middle East ever seen if it's a busy day, what happens? When the door opens, the people inside can't get outside? Because the people outside have already inside.

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Because we rush in as if

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you stand at the bus stop you stand in line wrench or whatever. These are nice stuff.

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These are these are beautiful. This is actually how Islam was and should be. But I'm saying you can just I can't do that you good things. Why is it? Why is it that we don't have the ability to promote the good stuff? And yes, there are bad things? Oh, yes, there are many bad things. Clearly, those are the stuff we still we stand up against substances that uses years the use of substances that are the that are intoxicating, of course, of course behaviors that are abnormal, and that ruin families and that confuse people. We don't accept them. It's just whose it's fine, but promote the good stuff, at least, don't be the only one to start doing this. So it's not No, I can't have to I can't

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have a group that will just do everything the way they do it or people will do everything the opposite of they do it. That's not That's not mature, not mature. And that's not how the Prophet alayhi salatu salam did stuff, he did not come to a group of people hoping to erase their identity or their culture. He came and he had a lens and he said look at these are good stuff was hold on to this stuff. And this is not let's change that. And he worked on it onto your stilettos and he was successful. That's why That's why things worked out.

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I just want you to think about these things was very important. We're struggling right now because of this. At least from my perspective, from my angle, or my corner of the world where I sit in a struggle here. I Muslims are on like the majority of Muslims exist. And one of the two extremes I don't have a lot of people right in the middle where they should be. I have other people who are completely refusing everything or people who are accepting everything and neither approaches are going to work. Because that's not how the how the deen actually works. Okay.

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I'm gonna tell you the story. You find it in the mythology of loyalty and see how it's been Hisham. I'm not sure if it's in the

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Sierra Urbanus heartburn I can't remember, but it doesn't have. It doesn't exist outside of these books so you don't find it as a hadith. But I'm gonna tell you the story because of the fact that exists in the two collections of sealer that we have the very off the old ones.

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The providea slot two assemblers performing a lot that day around the Kaaba. After the fact after the snom fell off to be unmade. Then, after he forgave, the people of Qureshi is making throw off, Ali has talked to us as a man by the name of footballer Lauda

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was walking, he telling his story, he's walking and in his in his coat, he is carrying a dagger.

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Poison Duggar, and in his mind is I'm going to just end this charade. Yes, they'll kill me. But you know what, I'm willing to die just to end this fitna. That's happening. I can kill him. He's not really surrounded. He has no there are no, there are no guards around him. There's nothing. I'll kill him. Yes, they'll take me out and kill me but at least it will be over. Once he's gone. I think everything will be gone. So he's walking around, and he's going to going around easiest is that his hand is inside his jacket and he's doing pull off and he's trying to look for the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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comes behind the Prophet Allah yourselves and right behind him. Literally right behind him. He's saying before I was able to move my hand the Prophet Elisa would turn around and look at me.

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And he would smile and say, Mattis now you have Ebola. What are you up to? Call it off? We also don't want nothing. I'm just performing tawaf.

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ofada availa daddy careful dialer are you doing Are you thinking of anything else you have for dollar? Carla nothing. I'm just going to love the call for Rafa he put his hand up on it you saw towards the hole. Do you agree? Boonie is going to slap me across the face as he's gonna hit me. But until the youngster who Allah sundry started to put his hand on my chest. And he would say the stolen Videla football ask Allah for forgiveness. Yeah, football. It's Donald's guerilla football. It duck in La Jolla Fudan Gabriella. Oh for the other space, Stanford Allah. Have some Taqwa of Allah, the Kulu forgot for Karna Fabula and yada yada who,

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because of the delay before he put his hand up, I hated no one on earth more than I hated him. But for me, and Mr. Harada, suddenly, he had not finished with the first time of him putting his hand on my chest, except he was the most beloved person to me on earth. Also, man talk to you. When I left, I left to right where I was. And I went, and I corrected all of my affairs. He had a lot of problems in his life. He had a mistress, he had a robber, and he had stolen something, he did a bunch of good, someone who caught a lot of problems. So he went, and he got rid of his mistress, and he gave back what he still and he forgave the river that he had on the Allahu Anhu. And he said, a lot of

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poetry that I'm not going to bore you with because, you know, I don't understand it. But he stood there. And he praised the prophets of Allah Hardy Samuel seven, and a simple in a simple story that I think is worth worth sharing. Only because

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every time again, these stories are specific in the timing, right? The timing, it timings to me so important, but this is where he could have easily said, Yanni still, you're gonna turn to football and say what I would do, what do I need to do? Explain to me, what do I need to do? How many times do I need to forgive you? And how many times do I have to make it clear that I have no intention of forcing you? He could have done he could have lost his nerve for a moment out of his solitude. So why are you trying to kill me? I just forgave everybody here. You're not even what is his body, but he didn't. But he didn't. So Allah honey is the thing that we do all the time when we finally get

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fed up. With people's lack of of sensitivity, with people's lack of appreciation. With people's lack of respect, we finally just lose it and say, Come on, like what else do I need? I? Honestly, I don't know understand what else I need to do. We all do it. I'm just as guilty as everyone else.

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So Allah hottie was like you're setting them wasn't, which is why I just can't get over the fact that he just he just had, you had more in him. It's like, every time you feel like this must be the end, or the end of his patients. They test it and it turns out, there's more. And then you say, Okay, now must be the end and then they test it and then it turns out a little bit more so a lot. It's like

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it's almost as if it's endless. There's no end to how patient he can be with you. All of his thought was I'm why? Because he could have killed football. Or he could just forget football and football I would have become a good person he did. He had a choice out of his Salah to sand what to do that day and he made his choice. So Allah hottie was so happy he was setting them. So the Nasir was, was revealed that day

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is my sort of Nasir was revealed. I've explained it a couple of times in the past and I think it's worthy of maybe going back to some of the lectures where I've explained it so you can listen to it in more detail. But what's interesting about disorder is this either Agia or nostril Allah he will fit when the victory of God and the openings come in. What is the victory and opening that Allah subhanaw taala How does he define victory? Subhana wa Tada because you and I define success differently. We have a lot of different definitions for success depending on where we are in our lives and when we are what we're trying to achieve. Maybe even as Muslim we look at Muslims like

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that.

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Muslim Ummah, what is success for the Muslim ummah, maybe if you bring four or five people, you find four or five different definitions. But this is the Beneficent Allah subhanaw taala, puts in the Quran, he defines it and he makes it very easy he called the Sunnah of victory. And then he says within it when the victory of God and the opening of Allah actually achieved or achieved or occur, what are eaten nursing, you have the whole Luna feeding Allah here for and you will see people entering the faith of Allah Delta religion of Allah in groups, and huge groups and large groups. That's Victory. Victory is when people say La Ilaha illa Allah, that's Victory. Victory is when

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we're able to take this note this this light in that book to others and it opens their hearts and they say that, you know, in Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah and they accept Islam, that's victory. Everything else is just a joke.

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Everything else I do is a joke. It's there. It's meaningless. It's meaningless, unless that's the goal.

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Everything you're trying to achieve in life, there has to be the end goal for you. Why are you trying to make a living so that you can produce Muslims who can later spread the dollar even more,

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you're trying to keep keep yourself alive so that you can continue to perform everything you're trying to achieve? Every success you're trying to make in life has to be the end goal is that I'm going to perform more Dawa and my my presence, my existence, my life will help more people enter the deen of Allah subhanaw taala. Whether it's through my character, whether it's through my success, whether through whatever voice I am granted through through the status that I that I achieved in life, whatever it is, that's the goal. The goal is not domination. It's not conquering. It's not its people accepting

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the Aluna feeding Allahu Allah. That's what he says. It's not again, here's what he's saying. Not what I have to say. This is what Allah subhanaw is how he defines success. He's telling me this is your success. Bring people to me. I gave you a slam yo except that bring people to Allah. That requires people to speak people to act people to people to inspire people to motivate people. You need people, new scientists and politicians and artists and and engineers and inventors and you need you need peep. You need everything. You need Muslims in every field of life, reaching either through their behavior or through their words, what Allah subhanaw taala taught and then people will accept

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as a forger.

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What do you do when you're successful for seven? Behind you a lot bigger was still beautiful. When you're successful, exalt Your Lord and show gratitude and ask for forgiveness. When I'm successful, yes, ask for forgiveness. But why am successful ask for forgiveness? Because he's not you. You're telling me you made no mistakes on your path to success. You did it perfectly. You are the I someone who succeed you'll you'll know for the first three words they say whether they understand life or not. You asked how do you do it and start well

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I used to sleep at eight and wake up at four and run 60k and then come back and all this to know you didn't know you didn't know about it like you did it perfectly stop acting like you had it all figured out from the beginning. No one does. No one does will lie no one does. Anyone who acts like they know exactly what the No one does. We all start out and we flee we fumble 100 times and we slam into walls and then someone picks us up and helps us again and in that they see it of Allah comes once and twice and three times for us to get where we want to go.

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We all know that. But if he goes to your head when you're successful, you stand there and you say yes ask me, let me teach you how to become successful. Take from my knowledge and experience over 700 of your successful Subhanallah will be handy here. This is the this is the bounty of Allah. This is the doing of Allah subhanaw taala was telling me when I asked me for forgiveness for the shortcomings that I showed on the path I don't deserve this. I seek your forgiveness. I don't deserve I don't deserve this. Forgive me for the times where I could have done better and I didn't then you had to you just let it go anyways, you still graduate me success even though I didn't

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deserve it. I still feel good to you. Like that's what you're supposed to do. And that's why he went into alignment. Now I understand why right Subhan Allah says, Allah, Allah, Allah is saying he's entering so Allah is I mean, understand knows, you knows if that's how rasool Allah Mohammed so I sent them filth when he was successful, what is you know, Fula and then Allah, what are we going to think?

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Pretty simple. When you're on top, that's what you do. You remind yourself that success is only when you're able to perform the largest amount of data possible. And if you're successful and doing if not, then their success is really not a success, so don't get too

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don't get too excited about it. And then if you're on top step drop buck. Model of buckets don't rub exalt Your Lord show gratitude and ask for forgiveness. That's what you do on top. That's what you do on top. Nothing else is accepted. Don't gloat. Please Don't gloat. Such a bad thing. By the way when you blow it people see it people I recognized right away that guy that wasn't wasn't classy. was a nice you feet you want to do it there's your next launch at your depths wants to stand there and gloat and feel all superior. Don't let it do exactly what he did some Allah Hi, as I was saying, hold down. Hold on to your humbleness.

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You will stay for 19

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He's in Mecca

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in a tent.

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They came to him after the second day and said yes Hola. Hola. The habitat you diabatic Why don't you go to your home? Carla has delicately coloration beta while you're questioning me at home.

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They didn't leave him his own house or your sauce and they tore it down. They built another house and someone else was living in it. Not like someone else is living in his home. No, they tore his home down. And they built something different. He had nothing left. I mean the house. Imagine that the house that he married Khadija in the house that he had his children in, just had the sentimental value of having going back to that house. It really took it away.

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So he's something to attend some allies. I was telling him. How many reasons do we need to hear hear of him of him just, you know, punishing those who mistreated him? How many reasons? Not once, not once, he didn't lose his temper once and he slept in a tent for 19 days. It is thought to Islam in the city that he was born in. And his father was born in and his grandfather and grandfather back to his maiden alley somewhere in that city. He doesn't have a house to sleep and some Allahu alayhi salatu salam maybe buy a house afterwards? No. Did he reclaim his house again? No.

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There's a narration in my family made Aliya from Haryana. Where was one of the Sahaba said yes Allah let me buy your house back and he said no.

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Another Sahabi said yes. So let us remove the people from where and rebuild your house and he said no.

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And he never had a house in Mecca. Again. Allah salatu salam, that's his home.

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Medina is not his home. I know it doesn't matter to you because you go to Medina Medina, that's where he is out of his AutoSum. It's not his home. His home is Mecca. That's where he was born. That's it was raised. That's where all his assets were born and raised. But he didn't have a house and when he was on top, he didn't reclaim it. He didn't say well, I'll buy a piece of land and no, he didn't. He didn't. And he went back and he died in Mecca and Medina. He was buried in Medina. And his and his descendants never had homes in Mecca for years to come. It was years later that the whole effort actually granted them a piece of land to live in Mecca. Because of this after the

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horrible I knew shahada and Husayn Ali Ali's dilemma women date when they that horrible day happened, it's when they offered them some space in Mecca to live in. Some of them live there today. But the body has also never reclaimed it himself. And he slept in a tent so Allah Allah is abusing them. This means a lot to people who maybe have been removed from their homes. People who lost their countries and lost their homes understand how hard hard this is. You can say well, Mecca and Medina is the same country now. They've country today, for someone who grew up in a playground that that's different. This is your city, this is where you come from. This is where your family lives where

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everyone you know this every all your memories, your children, everyone. You didn't have a place to live there all these thoughts.

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law actually, I think we have one more story here. Yes, yes. Okay. All right. So if you if you actually heard heard me tell this story from the beginning. You'll know that maybe a year and a half ago, when I started telling the story, the problem it is so there was a moment where he wanted to pray inside the Kaaba. This is way back. He's just talking 20 years before, right 20 years before what years but the hammock by the way of his Asia is also once you put your RV in like what year again? No, it's eight, eight towards the end of it towards the end of ADA. So maybe 15 years before the Ravalli you saw to some wanting to pray inside the Kaaba. They open the Kaaba once a year to

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clean it out. They still do it today. I think it's the first of Shabaan if I'm not correct or mistaken.

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They open the cabinet and the person who has the key is name is Earth man in mental health he's the one who carries the Kaaba carries the USD key is from Benny Abdullah or Benny Shaybah. This is the tribe the bra value cycle Sam would ask him let me in I want to pray inside Allah. So you know login.

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Acharya with me. I like to know So Danny, you look people in let me in. Allah.

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Allah Yas, man.

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Kill me. Tra Que yo yo coulomb of Delphia de la artique. Let me in. Maybe one day that key will be in my hand and I won't give it to you. A call either. Either your daddy call you

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about mill or the heroin Lehmann Baja. That day comes and being under the ground is better for me than being on top of the ground.

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Above it is sitosterol Mondego e 20 Mil Standard cover Get me the key of the gamba. They come to Earth man give us the key. If I knew this was coming, it was a prophecy. You know it was coming Bacala who am I? You know I gave it to my mother. I don't have it with me.

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So the family has started themselves Omar. He chose obviously the right person because go go and get the key. So on top goes knocks on the door. The lady answers member Bob are called out enough to give me the key of collet ManBat Takala Omar Mukhtar here's the key

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no need for any de escalate this any further. Here's the key. So saving on a hotel would come and bring the key to the property so everybody's watching. I love really cared about shut off. They cared about

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mutation and they carried about a noble nobility it was a big deal for them.

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Whoever carried the key of the Kaaba had a certain status because they had to keep and they were responsible for the cleanliness of the Kaaba and the covering of the Kaaba that there's every every major tribe in Mecca had a responsibility to do something to take care of something. The Prophet Allah, you started with Sam's family by new Hashem, they were responsible for a judge for feeding them and giving them water. That's why we give them a certain amount of the homes that you hear this is for that reason, so that they can continuously take care of the judge. That was their job. And then throughout the day, they took care of the Kaaba, and then every other tribe had a different job

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to take care of men out or out of certain things they had to do. So he's taking the key. And Ibis comes in says to the Prophet IDE, so Johanna ya rasool Allah, asplenium Kulu, Shara Fenley, Bani Abdul Muttalib, give it to me and put the key in the host of the optimal quality can be in our name and our husband forever and ever. Karla salicylate milliohm Abbas yo mobility nwaba Today's the day of better today's the day of loyalty of Bopha. These they have good behavior but there's no no I'm not going to do it. Takada Allah says I'm a nice man, whereas with mine was mine of course his head is like as low as it's ever been in his life. He stands there he's the key has been taken away from

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him. He's remembering what he told the profit out of your thoughts on 15 years ago, so he comes out of the crowd. A lot of satellites and Earth man. I told the girl MacArthur Kelly, you remember what you told me?

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Colin? I'm jasola

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Carla Caudill. Makailah. Tila chaos man, you know what I told you? Kelowna Amuro Sorolla yesterday

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called a friend I don't know and they are finally on what do you think I should do today? Yours man? What if a secretary didn't say anything? Of course they I was mad been putting them off.

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Who are Phoebe? Nick? Well, who are Phoebe Abdullah who to whom in whom in law volume, take it is in your family, and no one shall take it from you except an oppressor and exist in his family till this day. Till this day, no one has because they don't dare take it away because he's had the honor his love to us and anyone who removes the key from their household will be called a law and by Rasulullah sallallahu ala till this day, when they open the Kaaba when the king wants to open the cabinet they have to bring the representative of Benoit Abdullah to the committee open the Kaaba. Specifically, the tribal leader has to come and open the Kaabah from vanilla Vidal till this day,

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Allah hottie Samuel Salam, he said Leo Mian bureau of no Today's a day of good behavior. A beer is the best best you got. That's what better means. It's the it's the best you have. That's why he's been invalidates the best he got and welfare today of loyalty I'm not I'm not here to break people's hearts. I'm not here to ruin people's lives and take away shut off and no bills you know, no, I'm gonna stay with them. I just want them to learn the lesson. Maybe next time don't be so cruel. Maybe next time be a little bit more considerate when you speak people when you speak to someone who's not doing too well. But Allah Allah He values like this. Oh my gosh, so we're out of time. I didn't

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notice that we have last Cahoots there's a bunch of more stories that I need to tell you at the end and we don't have enough time just so in the spirit of not keeping here longer will tell you these stories and shall look at a few things that happened right after the fact right before the Prophet places and went back to Medina. I'll share them with you inshallah. And after Ramadan, we're gonna have a Kahoot please show up tomorrow. Show up next week and Sunday after are the Ramadan preparation sessions so inshallah we can enjoy them with on together we can plan out Ramadan and we can inshallah embrace the blessings month as a as a group Subhanallah behind the camera, Allah

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And so this week the questions will be from today and from last week as well. So so far

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All right. 10 more seconds.

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All right. All right. All right. Now we started already. Question number one.

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So which surah was revealed to Shana and to talk about this was so that was revealed when the reclaiming of Mecca happened.

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When I said the answer, was it the answer?

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All right, we got Seven more seconds. All right, say 513521321. All right. Yeah. So hamdulillah majority got that right. It was the Nasir.

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All righty. All right. See the leader board real quick. All right. All right. Question one was pretty easy. Let's see if it gets harder.

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I have question two is true or false. The door that the Prophet entered to the Kaaba was by Belfort. Is that true or false? That the Prophet going through Babel fat, true or false?

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Also, I'll remind everyone, the faster you answer, the more points you get. So be quick with it. All right. If you know the answer, just click right away.

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All right, when I

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say true,

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through the answer was true. The prophet that entity Bible fight Ha, right. I see that's pretty split on that one. So let's see a little boy after that.

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All right. So the Holy boy changed. All right. But let's keep going. Question number three, Abu Bakr his father, he came to declare Islam true or false? The doubleback his father declared Islam after.

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True or False?

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All right, we got five more seconds. 321. And the answer was it was true. Yes.

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So I will back his father did except Islam.

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All right, leaderboard check. All right. So the whole leaderboard change up again? I like yeah, like the competition.

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All righty. All right, curveball. So this question is multiple select, and it's worth double the points. But there's more than one answer. You have to get all of them right to get more points. All right. So let's see the question.

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Alright, so it's multiple select, there's more than one answer. All right. And it's double the points. Which of the following is a lesson for the history books from the reclaiming of Mecca. But there's more than one lesson we learned from opening mica so.

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Alright, so just keep in mind, there's more than one answer to try to select all the answers that you think are true.

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Three,

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one, alrighty. So there were three answers. All right, handled as almost everyone got the three right. Hope was not one of the lessons though. So hope was the only fake one there.

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All righty. Now let's see the leaderboard after that one.

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All right. I knew that would throw everyone off the whole leaderboard change now. But let's keep going. There might be more curveballs coming down. All right. How many people passed away while reclaiming Mecca? So this was themed back to last week. How many people died during the reclaiming of Mecca?

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That's how many people died. How many people died?

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All right, B 21321. Yeah, it was 15. All right. Um, the majority of people got that one right. 15 people did die while reclaiming Mica.

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All right, so not much changed a little boy here. But let's keep going

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All right how many people were there in the army of the Muslims? This is going back to last week as well. How many people were there in the army? This is also something that she had had mentioned last week

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all right. 54321

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And yes, it was 10,000 So there are 10,000 people in the army

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All right, all righty son little boy didn't really change. Well, we have one more question

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all right, how many days are the profit stay in a tent? So how many days the profits stay in a tent?

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So was it 15 days 17 days 19 days or 20 days? You have I did just mentioned this one. So I would hope everyone gets this right

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all right, it was 19 days the Prophet did say 19 days and the tent

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All right now let's see the podium and top three you do get a prize. So I met in third Zaidan Abdullah in second and first place

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Mubasher in first place already. So congratulations to all three winners Jhala come up and get your prizes. Now I'd ask if all the brothers could clear out the masala please address the girls two sisters Hello contest here tonight. This way, so please other brothers clear out the areas of the sisters can have the prayer room Xochimilco. Salaam right Aiko.