Adnan Rajeh – The Farewell Hajj and Sermon

Adnan Rajeh
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of regularity and watching in busy lifetimes, as well as the loss of people due to similar reasons. They also touch on the negative impact of social media and the need for individuals to stay true to their feelings, particularly in regards to hedge periods and Prophet's hedge. The conversation also touches on the importance of personal integrity and avoiding small acts of sin, as well as the need for caution and acknowledgement in achieving better results. The speakers emphasize the importance of educating oneself and finding one's own knowledge, as well as the negative impact of social media and the need for individuals to stay true to their feelings.
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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa sallahu wa sallim wa barik ala Nabina. Habib Muhammad Ali, he was on the edge of Marinova.

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Tonight we continue with sha Allah from where we left off a few weeks ago, in the seal of the prophets of Allah, Allah, Allah is looking to sell them. I think how this is going to work out is that by the end of July, we'll be done. So it's maybe two, two more lessons, or two more sessions, like addition to today, and then a revised revision session, that will take us until July and then throughout August, it'll most likely be some family event nights some more each day. So there'll be a little bit different. We'll shake it up a little bit on Saturday nights, and then I'll come back with either the CLI again in September or something different depending on what I kind of feel the

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vibe is, and we will do some surveying and we'll we'll pick it up, we may end up doing this again. I mean, this is the first time here but we can do it if if I guess it's no big deal. But we'll see. I may it may take you may have August, have answered during August on Saturday nights, a few different things happening. Because we'll be done in sha Allah probably by the end of July inshallah Tada because we're towards the end of his life it is so I tend to, I don't know maybe subconsciously push this out to our stretch this piece out a bit because I part of me doesn't want it to end. Or it's hard to tell that last piece of his story really, more avoiding avoiding having to tell her that

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last piece of Yeah, but last chapter of his life. So Allah Holly's like there's, so there's a part of me that just tends to stretch the story out as much as possible and tells me stories, hoping that doesn't happen. And then you have to tell that piece of the story. And you know, it is what it is some hola honey, it's like you said them. And I guess I think the reason that every time I say I'm not going to do it, again, is that once I tell the end of the story, I'm so honest that I go home. So upset that, you know, he passes away that I decided that I had to repeat it again. So that it's like I bring them back into like it comes back. And

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it's like I bring them back into my life again and again. So I just can't help but I need to get them back in like I can't, I can't vote. And it just every time I say this is a number. This is right now the 10th time I've told this story, I did it six times in Syria. And this is my fourth time doing it here in London. And every time I do this every single place like okay, we've done it, done it a couple of times, now it will do this. And by the time it's over, I just can't I have to bring it back in again. And I started I started over. So if I ended up doing that, you can roast me or you can you can make fun of me whatever. That's what I'm gonna probably do, because I don't have

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too much control over it. But definitely throughout August we'll have some family events and Kahoot nights and fun nights for Joe for the for the younger people to come in. As I may take some of those Saturday's off for for studying purposes. And then I'll come back and start in September maybe with the CMA booster, something else. Now, as I said, don't hold me to anything I'm saying right now. So where we are right now in his in his life, it is Salatu was Salam this is

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we're three months before he passes away. Now, by the way, certain portions of his Ceylon, he has sought to Islam, you would tell a year worth of events within one session. Sometimes Sometimes it'll be a full year within a session because not a lot happened that year. And that year was just filled with Revelation and teaching. And that because that was always happening to my father, your son was always teaching, he was always guiding people he was always mentoring that was that was who he was some of our highest I will send him all throughout his life. And sometimes we don't have, we don't have actual record recordings of every single session that occurred, you can go we can look into

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books of Hadith, but there's a little bit too daunting and difficult to do so. And at the end if you don't want to make this too long, and people get bored. But definitely there are parts of his silanis lottosend, where maybe just a couple of hours will take three or four, three or four sessions. So when I tell you the story of Bejeweled, for example, whether it was maybe maybe six hours altogether, it takes three or four sessions for me to go through what occurred within those six, seven hours. And then you have a year that you can talk about within within within half an hour or so. And that's life. That's how life is life is not not every moment. Not all moments in your

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life are equal like doesn't always work in the same pattern. Not every moment is as similar to the one before it or after it. And there'll be there'll be moments that are very event heavy and where the microscope or the

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magnifying glass will be put on your life to see how what you're doing. In other moments that you just kind of glide through. It's really important that those moments where the magnifying glass is being put on above you that you that you make good choices or you think about it long and hard, whether that may be a moment of success and victory where there's a moment of extreme difficulty and pain, whether it's a moment of failure and loss. These moments are important. This is where Allah subhanaw taala we just read the attention is focused on you to see what you're going to do. Because life is isn't always like that. Sometimes you just kind of gliding through things are just

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repetitive and that's it.

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Okay, you need that in life as well, you need a little bit of routine to kind of allow your your self to process what happened before and to plan for things. But then you'll run into a moment where we're it's very event heavy, a lot is happening. And that's where you're being watched. You're being watched in detail, every word, every word, every gesture, every every facial expression of Allah here, everything you do, is going to is being recorded because of how important that moment was.

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the examples of that are in the prophet Ali Asad was from Sierra so many because we have, we have a hadith or traditions that tell us things about him out of his soul to Islam that were so subtle, like very subtle things, just like sometimes the movement of his eyes, by the Sahaba, just pointing out that he stood there, and he looked in a certain direction. And he just point that out, because at that moment, he was being watched. He is being watched. If you're able to identify in your life when you're being watched, and then you make sure you uphold the proper ethics and values, it makes a huge difference. I'm not just talking about being watched by people, by the way, that's not

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talking about that I'm talking about by being you're always being watched by ALLAH SubhanA. But when when it's actually when it really is important. When it becomes very, this is a very, very critical moment in your life. It's crucial. Allah subhanaw is very interested in what you're going to do, and how are you going to behave. And if you're a leader, obviously, your followers will also do the same. They learn from him out of your software set on what to do, when when, when they are in despair. They learned what to do when they were victorious, because they watched Him out of your software was set up, all those eyes were focused on him to see what you would do and how he would

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act and how you behave. This hunch that he went through this final house that he did three months before he passed away, it was very important, oh, very, very important. 100,000 people were watching him. Right now. During that time, he was on top of the world that he sought to achieve that which he didn't even think he could. He wasn't even sure of how he was whether it was possible for him to go this far. Not that he doubted themselves or doubted Allah subhanaw taala as promised, not at all. But the amount of success that happened within a year wasn't following the trend. The trend was much slower than that. If you look at his the first 10 years or 13 years of his marathon, he has salatu

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salam during Mecca, it's very slow. And then in Medina, it was also quite slow. It was very slow for a long time and then suddenly had Abia happened and within two years, the demographic of Arabia completely changed and the status of Muslims completely changed was so quick was so quick.

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But the property is less I saw him in his mind that the trend is going to be the slow it will be another couple of decades before I get there. I don't know if I live that long. Maybe I just have to prepare people to continue to carry this message after me. Which is which is why he did it himself towards them. But then it all it's all exploded all at once. And suddenly it hit salatu salam was going to hygiene 100,000 people were following his footsteps. And all he says as he goes on this beautiful journey who they were aneema and seeker come take your rituals from me learn to do the rituals as I do it all throughout Hajj they will ask you about also Allah I did this before that I

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forgot to do this. He would say if I know how much this hadith is in Muslim in Muhammad in the city, where he was if I don't know how about you go ahead, do it know how to there's no difficulty you do it know how to do it because there's so many people, you can't get it exactly the same way.

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But those moments for him Allah, His salatu salam were very meaningful, very sentimental. He's back to his hometown to where he was born to where all his ancestors were born. He's back there, Allah, you still have to assume after being kicked out, it's very hard to lose your country. It really is. There are aspects of that, that only someone who experiences it that can understand it. If you're born in a place and you live there, then you may not comprehend what this means. But if you've lost if you've lost your community or society or your country where you grew up, and you don't have access to go back there again, and it's very, it's a type of pain that's difficult to actually

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describe and the profit out of your saw to us. That's what the people of Mecca did to him. And they did it to him in a way where he had no way he would never be able to live there again, because he had to give his word to Medina. I will he told them on the Day of I need done we're done with Adam and Adam. He told them this after her name because they got a little bit scared he was he was taking care of all his all the people of Mecca financially and they got scared you remember the story I told you and they start wondering did you find your people are you going to leave us he said no Dum Dum meaning I live with you would have been hidden him and I will be buried with you. And that's why

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he's buried there on here sought to ascertain if it was up to me to guide him.

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If he had his if it was based on what he would have loved for himself. He's we don't understand that because when we go to perform our Amara, we go to Mecca to see the Kaaba. You go to Medina to see them humble. So Allah Allah Muhammad, Salah Salem, it's a beautiful experience for us. But Mohamed salah is a person was not from Medina. That's not his country didn't grow up there. That wasn't what, that's how we that's how he lived. He was from us, America. That's where he wanted to be, to be buried into industry want to live, but he couldn't because they kicked him out. Because they mistreated him and took away all of his commodity didn't have a house left. They sold the land. And

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they sold to somebody come and walk by where once he lived, where he shared beautiful moments with Khadija Riccobono. The Allahu anha, where he shared moments with his with his daughters who most had passed away at that point, by the way at this moment right now, let me remind you something about Alia Sato. Sam is 6062 coming to our 63 years old, his wife Khadija has passed away almost 10 years ago is

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My daughter, Xena had passed away his daughter Roca, he had passed away. His daughter unconsumed passed away he had already lost to two male children as a child. Hamza had passed away. His grandfather had been with Talia but already passed away Abu Talib had passed away Jaffa parliament passed away. The value of Salatu was Salam as he and when he's doing this, the amount of loss that he had experienced up to this moment was actually quite radical. Like, it's sometimes hard to even comprehend. How can you how can you lose 18? I can't. I have I did like a little article on this back. When I was in universities to 18 people, he lost 18 people who were directly related to him or

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it was directly associated with money. So not not like second cousins, or someone that you knew through someone else, you know, 18 people were very close to him, it has a lot to it's actually the only person, the only descendant of him that was alive. When he passed away, some of my salon was faulty. That's it, everything else was gone. He only had his daughter, and she only had him out. He just thought it was it. And this was, I mean, these family dynamics that are important for people to comprehend, because we're all human beings. I just thought this is human. And this is his family. This is his life. Of course, he dedicated himself for the for the for the design of don't hate for

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that, you know, in the love for Islam, but he's a human being who loves and who years and who mourns and who wants a family and wants to be with those whom he loves, and those who love Him. And you lost so much earlier saw him after that moment. Three months before this, he performs his hedge, and he teaches people the monastic and he gets on the software, the same mountain that he got on 20 years ago when he spoke to people and he was cursed out by His own uncle, you had to come down because no one's listening. 20 years before he was standing on that same mountain alayhi salatu salam with 100,000 people at his feet as he stands in the Allahu wa sakawa. Who else

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was in Malaga, as he prays Allah subhanaw taala makes to honor the onslaught of Mr. Julian stand under him and they make dua with him some Allah Hi CIBJO Salam, everyone basically holding on to his every word. Now out of Laughlin, since they see it of Allah subhanaw taala we talked about a lot of this during the weeks of * because it just kind of worked out that way. But I didn't within this hadith I get to actually go over his This isn't clicking Go over his his hot barley, his Latos and I did this throughout

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we're gonna need to be talking about all this along with him and talk about this. And I did I did this throughout the hedge period where I talked about his Farewell Sermon on he has what he what he talks about he saw somebody do want to do a quick game It makes sure that there's clarity on the on the concepts and on the paragraphs and what he actually shared.

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Throughout this time, this modular convener platinum to alchemy, it will lead to the formula Islam Medina was revealed. And they understood from that, that the Prophet Allah you saw just as he at least he understood from now that this was coming towards the end, I will not go to the Allahu Anhu would cry, because he knew that this was the obituary of the Prophet Allah has sought to and I'm very happy because the name The dean is fully is now full, it's complete. He was looking at it from a different perspective on the Allahu Anhu and it will not go to look at it from the point of his friend. Again, remember that these people be real human, they are people. Mohammed bin Abdullah was

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Abu Bakr Abdullah had maybe half his friend, his best friend for a very long time and know about God heard that and they live together for most of their lives. Now he's 62 weeks 61 They're a bit older in age and they've been together for over 40 years. And now he tells he hears that yo mathematical Medina Kohinoor liquid Alicia, you need them at Terminal Sano, everything that is completed will only decrease after that. Once the wetlands. Once that graph hits the peak, it's only a slope going down from there. So he knew this was the end of the Prophet alayhi salatu sounds like now I want to say I have Kahana boubakeur the most knowledgeable amongst us but the worker he's only one

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understood this. Like as these verses were being revealed he's the only one who fully comprehended this we didn't we were happy because he died yeah. And so what was being revealed hamdulillah alright, and last year the coluna feeding Allah for people coming into Islam in large groups, he's were very joyous moments for the Muslims everyone was joyful but not overcome. opaca was not joyful. Oh my God knew that this match is gonna lose this friend that Allah has.

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And he was saying the Hadith I think I shared that with you. He would stand and he would tell his his close companions in the mountain Aubuchon. Yoshiko on yeah teeny dari Robbie Fuji me I'm but human at the end. And the messenger of my Lord will come to me very soon and I will respond. Just like everyone else. I'm going to come to my end, Prophet alayhi salatu salam during his hydroids farewell Hajj he gave a sermon, he gave this talk about many times, which is why it's narrated to us through so many Sahaba and so many different wordings, because it is maybe seven, eight minutes in length, if you actually recite it's not very long, but because it's around nine paragraphs, the

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probability of sloth to Islam would give it on a day of alpha and then give a version of it on the day of and then throw a Yamagishi to the three days after Eid, you would also give it out of yourself every time he came to a group of people to repeat certain paragraphs and he would leave out others and he would repeat these ideas to people so Allah has a reason for that everyone understood or took away from him. These final pieces and

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I've always felt that this this clip was I don't wanna say underrated because I don't know if that's the proper term. But I feel like it we should, we should give it a little bit more attention. It's very important. I think it's awesome was very articulate. He was the most articulate human being, at least that I've ever seen, reading, reading His words and learning what he had to say to himself to us. And I'm it's just breathtaking. And someone, he knows that he's coming towards the end dahlias. Latos, I'm so when he's, and he's going to address all of his followers. And this is the only time he's going to do it. So whatever he's going to talk about is going to be important, there's going to

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be very, very important, I think it's worth our time. But you have to understand the context of the whole thing. Because some parts of the football are very context heavy, meaning they're based on the problems that people are struggling with in front of him out of his slot to us. And we had to address that. And that tells you that the writing is awesome how, how pragmatic he was, meaning he didn't always always just say things that were generalized, it can be taken off for every generation. He also pointed out specific problems that people were struggling with at the time, and he took it and he took into account the society or the community or the culture that he was dealing

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with. But if you're able to read through those and understand the background ideas, you can see the depth of it. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to go through this again, forgive me if you're bored and tired of hearing this from me, but I can't seem to move on without at least sharing appropriately within this within these sessions. He stood up and he was like Mr. Lamb similarly to where you see right now this is Jebel Rama. And this is the within within the mouth of Arafa it's a beautiful place if you ever end up doing I'm gonna go there anyways like experience in Masha Allah Maha Rama outside of outside of Hajj if you're if you're deciding to go for ombre. So go perform

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your own when I do your toe off and say and do your and then ask take us take me to the walk me through the huddle walk me through I mean, it was really fun, outside of the huddle and go to the places where it's not and can experience and and imagine a little bit the profit as I say it's very, it's very powerful. It's a very powerful mental image to kind of imagine Alia sort of standing up on that mountain to speak because that's where he was. At least most scholars think that some scholars thinks that he gave the hook but where Masjid Namira is today, there's some difference of opinion. I don't think there's a difference of opinion of what happened. But I really think the case is, is

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that the Prophet Allah is also I'm actually gave this sermon a lot of times, like he talked to me, we know that he did. And the reason that we have oh, he needed to give it on the amount of Rockman Oliver didn't give it in Massoud nebula didn't give it on the day of neurofilament. I think he gave it everywhere, because at least every time he had a parcel or an opportunity, he stood, he said something, he took a paragraph or two, and he shared something to Pete with people. Because the whole concept of speaking to 100,000 people without a microphone is really difficult. You see those concerts that happen? Maybe you don't. But there's 100,000 people trying to speak to them all at

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once very, very difficulty on the outside of maybe gathering them for prayer, but you're standing in with an hygiene hygiene is a very, it's hot during the day, people are tired and thirsty for you to actually get a message across is not easy. So the provider has talked to us and I'm gonna stand there. And he will talk to people on horseback or a bus and there'll be and their job was to gallop into the crowds and repeat what he said out of his slot, and then wait for responses if responses were needed. And they did this. And that's why this whole but took a couple of hours for it to be delivered. However, if I were to recite it from beginning to the end, I can do it in five minutes or

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less. It's actually actually been way less than that time. I'm quick. So I can go in three. But really, if you read it yourself, it's not it's not a long clip, but like it's actually very short, however, is very profound and worthy of sharing with you. So here it is an Arabic I had done this maybe what is it now 2023 17 years ago or something this piece of paper. So I put this together as a authentication of the hope of the Prophet Allah you saw do some because he had to go in and pull his or his Farewell Sermon from different sources to get it all in one place, and then authenticate and validate all of the narrations to make sure that they're authentic and appropriate. So I'll use

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this, this breakdown and I'll share with you the paragraphs, the actual purposes of each paragraph at the end and show it to others as a slide. So he stood the rally so it was run and the first thing he said he said, Are you a nurse, smell well enough in Isla de la Lita loca combat the army Harada, he has an opp. He said, listen to me and understand what I'm going to say. Because it's very likely that I'll never meet you again, in a similar setting after this year ever again, like, it's very likely that we will never meet again, in a similar setting. So right off the bat the property So Sam is explaining that he he knows that this is this is probably the last time I'm not going to that's

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very meaningful. I don't know if we all feel that way. How many times have you done something and felt this is probably the last time I'll ever do it.

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Right? Think about that. Like it's not actually something that we tend to do. Like when we do something say this is the last time we'll do it. When if you do runs into an opportunity or a situation like that. It's pause there for a moment, it's actually a very meaningful moment for you like it's actually very profound, you'll feel quite it'll be mixed emotions, but it'll also be quite deep and you'll find something about yourself knowing that this will be the last time you'll see someone or the last time you are somewhere or the last time you do something. It leaves you with with a thought to very very important thing. So the rough idea starts I'm on this on standing on

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that mountain or speaking to people where there's other for now he's saying I probably am not going to meet you guys ever

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Again, this is probably the last time that I'll meet you. So I'm going to talk talk to you.

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Bearing that in mind. So people, of course, as generations go by Fergana, who see him a player.

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So this is a phrase in Arabic means it's as if they have birds on their heads. Now, if you don't understand, like, the simile in Arabic, it sounds ridiculous. But what it is, is that if you have a wild bird on your head, you don't want it to fly off, then you're extremely, extremely calm, you don't move. So this was the example that the Arabs would use to say that people were all completely silent. Everyone was just just not moving. They want to make a move, and then that move makes a little bit of noise. And I can't hear what's being said. So he was very quiet. They want to hear money, salsa, because he started out with that. So he began, and I think I narrated this part for

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you before in the last, so I won't repeat it all in detail.

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But I'll just go through it quickly. So you understand. So it was sent out, you saw somebody asked question, you say, Do you know what day it is today? And then they would answer and they say alpha or Yamaha Yamaha,

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or whatever it was, and he would repeat the question three times, and they would wonder maybe he's gonna change the question. At least that happened the first time around. And then he will say is Yeoman haram? That's answer B, you know, and the word Hammami is not forbidden, means a sacred, and that's the meaning of the word haram. The word haram actually means sacred or holy. And then you take it via analogy to make it forbidden within the law. But actually, it means it means something that is sacred.

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So he said, It's a sacred day. And he asked them, Do you know what month it isn't that they do the same thing? Within hegemony says no, it's shahada and Haram is a sacred month. Then you ask them what country this is or what flan this is, and then they all answer McHale, Rebecca or they say out of it, they say whatever it is, and you say, but I don't know. This is a sacred land. And then when he's done asking those questions on it, you're salatu, salam

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alaikum, Wa Alaikum. What are all the Haram on alikoum? To me, compared to a fishery, come herder fee, Buddy come.

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This is a very, very powerful phrase, out of all the paragraphs that we have the nine paragraphs of this whole debacle. He repeated this one every single time.

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All of the narrations of this hotbar have different it's one thing taken out another thing put it in this one is always there is like this one, and then two, six and seven, this one and then three, five, and I don't doesn't matter, I actually have it like written down in terms of what the how many times generated. This one is there for all of them. He said this every time it was maybe not asking the question every time but he said it every time. Indeed, the sanctity of your lives and your wealth and your integrity amongst you is more sacred than the sanctity of this holy day. In this holy month on this holy land. You see all the sanctity, all this holiness, you see how holy the day

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is how holy the month is? How old the land is. You see, you're you're listening to Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu speaking on that the sanctity of the human being in front of you is more holy than all of that put together. And then he would say Allah, Allah, Allah today conveyed the message. Allahumma Fashola be my witness. I told them, I told them, the sanctity in most generations there's a little bit more as you can see up there. He goes on coolant Muslim and Muslim you have on demo mode or wherever. Allah engineer Janeen Allah, Allah did he, what what I'm alluding to Allah already He, Allah, Allah. Hello, Maria Marie Ilana, even if someone who is they do not harm your child, not

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even a parent can harm their child or a child their parents are not allowed to touch someone's world unless they are giving it to you willing to leap out of love. Everything about the Muslim is sacred to another Muslim their wealth and their their lives and their integrity, you will repeat this out of your soul AutoSum to make sure that everyone and everyone understood. So when they let anyone say Allah who loved him, I conveyed this to you. He didn't say that for every paragraph. By the way. He said it for certain paragraphs, not for all of them. He definitely said it for this one every time. And then he was said, Allahu Manam Yes, you have you say Allah with all of you may witness to when

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they start killing each other. They are ripping each other off and hating each other and destroying each other's life. They can't say that I didn't tell them. They can't come and say oh, Allah, your brother Prophet didn't tell us that the sanctity of the Muslim life and, and our fellow human being is that important? I told them. So once they start breaking those rules that's on them. It's not on me because I told them, I told them how holy how sacred it is to be in the vicinity of another human being. If we saw people like that it would teach we treat them different differently. There's no room for arrogance, when that's the case. It's impossible to be arrogant. If I look at you and I see

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that you are. You're sacred to me. Everything about your well being is sacred to me. No, in no way am I allowed to harm any aspect of you. I can't be arrogant because arrogance is harm in its own sense. being arrogant and condescending. It's harm in its own sense. And if I understand that your integrity, it's not just your life and your wealth, it's your integrity. That's what it means. And integrity is a very large word. It's not just the I need the safety of the of your wives and your your daughters and your mothers and your and your children. It's also your your dignity and your self worth.

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This understanding what he said that they are lean salatu salam actually has has profound effect on how we deal with people around us now we see them

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We don't dismiss people around us, we're not quick to, and we're not pushy. We're not shoving people around. Because we this is a person, their sacred, they're more sacred than the Day of Arafah in the month of the ledger and the land of Makkah with the Prophet Allah, you saw those I'm standing on the mountain three months before he passed away.

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And if I don't know what else he could have said, Honestly, Salalah highly assignment syndrome. Amazing. I know how he put it all, how you put that all together, is just mind blowing. But like anyone else said that no one would listen.

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If someone else said that people get upset, I actually did this.

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I'll say this. I hope I hope Michelle no one remembers, I don't think it was recorded that thing that we did the the, the Yamato thing was recorded, it was recorded. Okay.

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So what I what I what I did was it sent me some of you attended, but we gave out the paragraphs and asked people to read and then get give us some reflections on that. So the two or three groups that took this one, each group, when I asked them to get rid of the reflections, reflections were the same. Because there's the sanctity of Mk and the sanctity of alpha and the sanctity is no, that's not what he's saying. He doesn't know what he's saying at all. It's not the sanctity of Autohome, aka this aesthetic of the human being. That's what this is talking about. Because we all know the Arafa and Maccha, and their hijab, and we know that these things are sacred. We know them by nature,

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this hadith is telling us the other thing, telling you Yeah, that's sacred, great. This is way more sacred, the person sitting beside you, and the random person, any random human being in the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala in terms of how you deal with them, they're more sacred to you than the sanctity of all that other stuff put together, put them all together, but all that holiness, it's like you're stacking holiness, you're putting sacred dig in a sacred month, the sacred land coming from a sacred mouth. So Allah Muhammad wa sallam instill the human being beside who is more sacred to you, their well being is more important. And

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it's really weird how our Muslim could listen to that and still still not behave according to it really, isn't it? We should think about that. We should be very careful. Because he he left this world repeating it every chance he had repeating the same thing. And you're standing. I'm telling you, the sanctity of this person way more important. I know you're enjoying this. You guys enjoy this. Yeah, we're all enjoying the course. We're in Morocco with you. We also know it's hedge. It's It's amazing. Great. The person beside more important, more important

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Sinhala Hollywood, that was his message. The second paragraph, are you hitting us Pulu che in Emeril Jaya Helia Timo and data akademija hurting and wondering why he hit the ground with his foot Allah has sought to slam what is the narration unfamiliar. He hid his foot to the ground. Hello in coulomb Demin minima Ilja Helia T Moldova. Whoa, well, Adam in Alba Robbia tibial heritage Abdul Muttalib kind of mastaba and we

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even he certainly even Eleaf isn't it? He likes cannabis Toba and vape and he lives in Florida today. Hello we're in the Caribbean Maribel Jaya Hillier Timo Oh, well, Adam and Alba label above shipping Abdul Muttalib Lachlan Rousseau, Polycom, narratively moon, to the moon. Hello, beloved Allahumma freshed. So he stood here, all your sources and everything that is associated, or affiliated or residual residual from Jessenia is under my feet today. I stand on it with my own feet, we're done. It's under my feet. Well, it will never come back to life again. People don't understand what this guy does. He's telling them a set of lights and then we have to move forward.

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We have you have to look to the future. You can't you can't stay caught up in the past. That is that is messed up. A pastor has a lot of problems in it's a past that you can never ever fully sort out ever again. And everyone was at fault in one way or the other. If we want to grow as an ummah, we have to put JAYLEE under our feet, and then we have to look forward and move forward. I love that. Well, I love it. Of course, there's some degree of contextual specificity to the time so we talked about blood because out

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as you know, or maybe you don't, I would if I if I killed someone, then that person wouldn't kill me you would go kill someone that is important to me. So then I would do the same to that and it would go back and forth for like decades upon decades and the blood count will go like 203 100 people being dead and still the person who actually performed the first murders walking around like no one wanted to and they just how they did it. And the probability is I'm said the first blood I need the Avengers that I'm going to end right now is the blood of my own cousin Robbie, I admit had it been optimal planet so I'm gonna call him is his grandfather. And how old is the prophet? Someone says

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Uncle Robbia is his younger is his cousin. It was a young kid, just like the Prophet Allah is awesome. We sent him and he said we're Halima. Saudia took care of him for a few years. Colombia was sent to Belize, where they were taking care of him and then a war happened between Blue Lace and Hussein and so they killed the kid.

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But but now but I'm gonna have have any have a problem

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of beef to pick with with buddy and I went back and forth with bait with with who they for a long time. So the Prophet Isaiah so said we're done, we're done we forgive it we move on. Never again we will talk about this. By the way this was very difficult. Not everyone was okay with this. And then he got rid of Viva usery sharp learning that, you know still exists today, unfortunately.

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And he said the first wealth, the first person's usury that's going to be lost as they usually have my uncle, he started doing family, all his thoughts when it came to changing.

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He started with his own family.

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When we talk about change,

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and you believe in it, you start with yourself, and

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don't offer others to do it.

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If you believe in change, if you really believe in change, that we should be better and we can be better to start with yourself.

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I'm tired of people coming in complaining about how the Muslims are. I know I am one of them. I understand how it works. I know exactly. Tell me how you're going to improve, inspire with an improvement in your own. Don't Don't waste time complaining about people. That's not That's not the way it started when he said we're gonna change he started with, I said, I'm gonna end the benefits of my own blood and my own wealth with his family because it's his family and his thoughts. And these are his people. So he's, he's going to tell them I'm telling you, we're not gonna do this anymore. So they listened to him, suddenly, I said, to inspire everyone else to do the same, because

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they can't move forward as an ummah, if they don't put Jahangir behind them, the time of ignorance and everything that brought all of the pain and the suffering and the agony and all of this stupidity, forgive me in terms of behaviors, and the way people went on with, to get rid of that was was so critical.

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It's beyond me how we, how we went back this part. So that was beyond me, I don't understand and understand how it went full circle, I need a couple of 1000 years and we go back to theme problems. We go back to a lot of the a lot of the behaviors of Joe Helia, the Prophet alayhi, salatu salam came in got rid of like racism, and bigotry.

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Islam I grew up, I grew up in a part of the world where

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this is like 2000 2000. So it's not like I'm not that old. Because, and I talked about I knew

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I knew of my whole village were Muslims. And the half of our village at least, deprived women from inheritance, at least, at least, at least half deprived. And they found ways around it. They found ways they found actually found some way they would go to the this was, this was like the best Deonte. But it would go to the girl and say, Do you want to inherit this or you want to give it to your brothers? And then she's standing there in front of 1000 People are staring at her and she's like, Okay, I'll give it to my brothers. Like, why don't you give it to her brothers, give her an inheritance. And if she wants to give it back to her brothers, you can do that 100% 100% of the

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time, if you give her and just to hold on to it, if not to all of it to a certain portion of it, and they will not inherit.

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You wouldn't hear anything. You go back aggressed your regress back to something that the prophet Isaiah Solomon said, I put under my feet today, under my feet, what Allah has said, and that's where it belongs, like his feet are too good for it,

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and hit the soles of his feet under your sorrows. And I was more honorable than the stuff he put under it. And yet, we still go back to this stuff. As an assignment here, we have to do the same.

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Well, like there's a lot of things there's a lot of we have been, if you're aware a little bit about that. We've been fighting over stuff for a long time. The parts of the Muslim nation, we've been quarreling and fighting over certain things for a very, very long time. I think it's time we put it under our feet. I think we stopped. I think we stopped fighting, we accept that we're not going to be the same. We're not going to we're not going to see things eye to eye all the time. We get rid of it. And then we move forward. We put our we put aside the little

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pet peeves that we have regarding each other and we move forward. Because that's what he told them to do. All of us saw to somebody had they not done that, at least for the first 100 years. Then you and I would not be Muslim today. Like we sit here and Muslims because they were able to do that they got they got over themselves. They got over themselves. No, yeah. Did they swallow? The old did a big gulp and swallow their egos and say alright, fine, fine. I give up 90 My usury, I give up the Mason and the 90 but the other forms of gambling and the debt right? I give up all the vengeance before I give up. I'm gonna give up all this stuff. Fine. No, no problem. I'll do it. Some people

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couldn't. By the way, some people find it very difficult. That's why once he died out of his talk to some people, some people said we're not doing this and the left. And those those words of apostasy had to happen because they just they were scared of him out of useless even though he was not intimidating anybody. But his status was so heavy on it. You wouldn't dare say anything. But that's the second paragraph. You have to move on. You have to get rid of that which held us back for so long in order for us to move on. The third. The third paragraph that I use is either in the shavasana but yet, Isa Anuradha alikoum had he had that done without

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can know who wrote the annual bah female Stiva daddy come in. When I'm in an early convertible why daddy Nico little people in DJ upline has no hope anymore of being worshipped in this world as a false god or bringing forward to you a false God again, like he, he has lost hope in you building a an idol of rock or tree or something and worshiping in again, Shabbat has lost hope and that that can't be done. But he is more than happy. He is content with smaller acts of sin that you don't think are important from within your deeds.

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He is content with those small small things that you do down the road. I mean, you can but you don't think are important, you feel are worthless don't mean anything. He is more than content with that he's happy with that. But the rule minor DNA can be very careful. Be cautious and be aware of what he will do to your dean.

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Stefan is very intelligent. He's been doing this for a long time. And he knows if they can't get you to perform a shortcut, which is what name, Allah subhanaw taala despises the most of all of the DX of all the sinful acts that we do. And he's okay with something less than that. All right, you want to jump check them we'll find something a little bit smaller, maybe a little bit of Yanni ostentation.

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Maybe I just make sure that your intentions are never fully sincere. But there's always some, there's always some self interest there somewhere, just somewhere, a little bit of arrogance, a bit of vanity, a little bit of fullness, little bit of jealousy, just something some some need to kind of show off or be and just do something where it's not really for God, like you're not actually doing it for Allah subhanaw taala, he's happy with that. That's no problem. That's good. He's totally content with that. Because he knows, he knows that those small acts will ruin the hope of you getting a job for them.

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He's happy with you making certain sins and doing them all the time. Because he knows that those certain sins, if you do them all the time, they will ruin the possibility of you getting a job from the other good deeds that you do. There's something called instead of da,

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ba, da mo LUCAM as it is repeated in the Quran, man number of times, Mr. kilometers, when did the deed that was done loses its reward, meaning it's empty, it's there, but there's no reward assigned to it. Allah subhanaw taala does not give reward for it. There's nothing he's just there. He does not accept it. It is there, but he has not accepted it. So there's a little bit of a problem here. I don't know if you're aware of this problem. It's a big problem. There's doing the deed. And there's then there's Allah accepting it. You see that piece here. There's no guarantee for that one. We can only do the deed we can only perform the deed the way Allah Spano told us to, I have no guarantee

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accepted it. Actually, if you have guarantee that you accepted one deed,

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stand up and leave. You don't need to be here. You are good. You are fine for the rest of your life. If you know that Allah Samantha for sure has accepted one deed and is assigned reward for it. That's it because no one's gonna be rewarded and been removed. Now you come to agenda for a while you run through your rewards and then you know you're there forever. But because we don't, there is a step between performing the deed and getting reward for it. Which is him accepting it supine or whatever that piece there. Well, that piece is just we don't know. We don't know. A lot does.

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He knows. He knows just a little bit of to just mess around with things a little bit. Kitten is okay with you just looking at something haram for a little bit here. Do that. Look at something haram for there's something simple. Just don't look bustle, just walk around just looking around, don't shy away with your your gaze when you see something you shouldn't be looking at. Just do that, do that I'll see. They'll come back and 15 years, he's not in a hurry. He has time. He is time he has things to do, he'll leave you doing that for 15 years, they'll come back in 15 years and then get you to do something a little bit more and then leave you for another 10 years and then come back and maybe do

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a little bit more. And then by the end of it by the end of it things have changed significantly when you fall into a Kabira that's how he works that's how he functions. He knows how to do this BEWARE OF YOUR SINS beware the eat away the possibility the probability or the the odds of your actual eat they eat away at them and you'll end up you don't We don't know what you end up with. We don't know. You can be on welfare and it's very disappointing. So let's apologize to them. That's number three. Number four.

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Are you a NASA or NASA in the Santa Ana police today I would like to hear from a HELOC. Allah who said my word to you will

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in the end of the show the end of life now I shall I shall run Vicki tabula yo mahalo customers you may have heard about it from

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look I dealt with it head jovem haram Raja Bina Juma Dawa Shaban further actively movie Hidden and full second, while I told you all about it to fall on Yogi Babu Kuma Anna Applebaum held a loved alarm official record as a source and we stand on the fourth one he's saying when people indeed Time Is Now similar to what it was before.

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Meaning you follow a you follow teachings that are original

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Your teachings are authentic, and even time even the way that even the lunar calendar this is the way Allah subhanaw has always wanted it to be. So what you do is not something that you should be ever ashamed of, or something that you feel is being added to the world's No, this is authentic, it goes back as far as Allah subhanaw taala created the time greater time itself, this is how he wanted it. And he said that there are four months that are sacred, do not

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press each other during those months specifically. And then he said what I thought was your ability to follow up and do not turn return after I go away. Go foreign enemies go far here is not disbelievers. No kofod Here is someone who's wearing Shield Armor. The cover I come from a village called cover for tougher is when something is is covered, you cover something that's where that so the root CA for raw needs to cover something. And every meaning that it carries within the context of the Arabic language has something that reflects the concept of covering something so in terms of disbelief is covering Ema is basically we're covering your eyes I'm seeing the truth, however you

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want to look at it. So cover so a calf ear can be a disbeliever it can also be a farmer, it can also be someone who covered their body to go to war. So all these turn all this, these usages of the word Cofer or cancer is what exists in the Arabic language. So when he said this all you saw today that tells you everybody who fallen he wasn't saying don't go into turn as disbelievers to don't return after I leave as enemies as people who are going to bear arms and start fighting each other again and start killing each other again, because that was the biggest problem for them. That was the biggest problem for the auto back then is the animosity was the fighting was the continuous were the

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grudges and the revenge and how much they

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were not able to be united. Or you saw to Islam when people when non religious scholars, as they call them orientalist, when they when they look at his life on Easter Sunday, they see him as either a military

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leader or a social reformist. That's how they kind of he is he's beyond that. And he's sort of obviously the these bubbles don't throw these boxes don't contain him. But they look at us as a social reformist because he united the region, a region that had never been united before. Adams had never been not even close, not even

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nothing, they had not even come. Not even when when, I mean, imagine the Kaaba being being raided by an army and they couldn't put together something to this is how this how they just didn't get along the Pragati assaults, I'm able to unite this region, and get them all under the same political regime and actually unite their belief system and unite their their thoughts process. This was a big deal. We told them don't, don't divide, don't divide. And I say, Well, life for us here today. The best Muslim amongst us is the person who, who can, who can bring unity to the people that he serves, or she serves. We have enough division in our own matelasse to live for multiple lifetimes. Don't

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add to division, wherever you are working, whatever you're doing, don't be a force that adds to the division that we already suffer from, be someone who brings people together. One of the most interesting attributes of his character on the inside, there was no cutting edge him on us as as, as they were describing. He is someone who brought people together, who was good at that he was good at getting people who never would never otherwise sit at the same table and talk he would bring them together. He would teach them to love each other with each other come together and accept one another and work with each other. When you look at I mean, the example of the moussaka of the

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Marines on the on Sorolla, he is like it's like it's like water and oil. It's like why did how did this happen? How could he How could he have them live in the same home? How could this be it's it's almost to me I find it it's one of the most fascinating aspects of his of his life out of himself. So how is it that he got the people of Kazuma Janos to open their doors for a machine for America and have them live inside their homes? This is unheard of there's not even there's not possible and for and for a year and for years, they would share homes for years that Allah hottie Samia said look, he brought people together. So in this fourth paragraph, who to remind them do not divide,

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continue to be united and today, I think this is one of the most important messages that we can listen to as Muslims anywhere. Do not be a force of division. Don't make this worse is as bad

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as it is.

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The fifth paragraph I'm not gonna read the whole thing. I'll tell you quickly what it means. Because then our sisters will get to difficult journey for us. Are you a nurse in the lease? Are you a nurse Ella Interlingua Ecomondo come help. Welcome Anissa QCCA are still soften the set up a lot with double life and he certainly would go on Allianz auto center, it will talk about women's rights. He would talk about he's listed um, specifically in this last sermon. This is very, very revealing of his thought process. It is awesome his mentality

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and his last sermon

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In the Farewell Sermon that you would speak to 100,000 people, he would make sure one of the paragraphs was going to talk about the rights of women. And he would go in detail and he saw some that you do not own them, and they are not there just just to serve you and you are actually you have access to them as your spouse is because Allah subhanaw their gratitude that this is the murder of Allah Subhan this is the this is the covenant of Allah subhanaw taala so I am leaving with you it up Allah be mindful of Allah, when you treat your women, we're still super nice if and I'm asking you as my as my request to you before I leave to treat them with the best of character.

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And he would talk about that, and Allah, Allah, Allah, have I conveyed the message, they will say Allahumma Now who's the Allahumma fish head? This piece is directed towards men. The whole bar was directed to her I couldn't have just not just mental but I'm just men and women. So everything is saying here at least I'm going to direct it towards jet both genders for sure. For sure, sure. Well, I hope those are different hobo dramas, the drama is mandatory upon men is not mandatory upon women. So if you speak to men only, it's not it's not a problem in this in this scope, but he spoke to men specifically.

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This is directed towards me and you

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in terms of the women in your life, where there is your mother, or your sister, or your daughter, answer grandparents or your wife, you need to make sure that you are being the best you can. Because that's what he said out of your sauce. And before he passed away, he was very graphic about it. You read the whole paper, he was very specific, he used terms. So you explained exactly what he was talking about. So that people understood him. So Allah has

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to point out women's rights.

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And again, how we how we regress from that to where we are today? I don't know. I don't I don't I don't know. But we have, we definitely have, I think the sooner we were able to acknowledge that and figure out a way to improve it, the better we are going to be off as Muslims. The more we act like No, no, that's fine. That's not the case, we are treating them perfectly. Everything's going well. And when we say that, the more the deeper the hole that we're digging, digging for ourselves for ourselves. I don't think we are, I don't think we are on a lot of a lot of fronts. I don't think it's just in terms of giving them what they want. No, I think it's also in how they're being, and

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how we spend more time focusing on raising our sons and our daughters. And we allow our daughters to be actually exposed to things that are harmful for them. And we don't care that much. Because you know, that's how girls are, and we let it go. And then that actually affects the whole society. And that goes in. And there's a lot of examples of that, that I'm not going to get into all here today. But I think there's more to the story than just talking about, you know, being kind and or being fair or being compassionate or not, you know, getting rid of domestic abuse or verbal abuse. There's more than that. I think it's also the focus, I think we care more to make sure that our younger boys

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memorize the Quran than the girls who, for example, that they that younger boys learn to deal with more than the girls would. That's not That's not appropriate. We shouldn't be focusing our Tobia on one gender over the other. There's no sense in that at all. And we asked if we're scared that our young boys are being exposed to something that we have to be as scared that our girls are being exposed to something similar. I think once we start thinking looking at it differently, or saying no, that's okay. Oh, she's just a girl. She can bit No, no, no, it's not. The mother is the one that actually raises the children. Fathers don't really raise she'll even the one even the super fathers

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that I know that thing that they're raising the children and they're not they are not. They don't have time. They don't have the patience to do with they don't you're just there as a regulator. You're just you're just there to regulate. You just you don't have much you can't do it. It's the mother who does it. If you have a mother that's not well Islamic, well educated Islamically and has not been properly supported and aided throughout her time. And she's not comfortable in domestic there. So he's not comfortable talking about certain things because he wasn't raised, then then what are we hoping for? There's nothing to hope for there is no there is no brightness of the future.

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There is no light at the end of the tunnel. There is there is the roof. It is awesome. New, that is why out of nine paragraphs, nine things we've been talking about nine topics that he knew is going to be the last thing you'd ever say before he died out I just thought was a very passed away. He said women's rights. And

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we must watch out for that you use the term twice. In the same paragraph it duckula Vanessa was still super nice, clever.

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And funny enough, you'll see it again. This is not the last time he spoke by the way. He'll speak twice. Still. There's still two more times he'll speak. But this is the final sermon that he would give to 100,000 people you'll speak to more times in smaller groups. And we have those recorded and you'll see this again. I'll say this again, not the same morning because it uses a similar terminology. Paragraph after that, he says Are you a nurse either in North Dakota head to head cool lukewarmly The moment to rob,

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Robbie and Jimmy whether they are Jimmy and Robbie whether

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they're in beta in Chroma komende Allah here at Stockholm, Allah Hello Beloved. Allahu Taala Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam yourself. I don't know of any. I don't know of a of

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a sermon or a paragraph or wording of human

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inequality that is more profound and more meaningful than these words that he shared some Aloha syndrome. I am not aware of anything that has nothing I've listened and I've attended. I've I've always, I'm always quite impressed by our readers and good readers, I find them find it to be No, by the way, the only thing that all leaders have in common, they're good public speakers. You know, the worst leaders in the world, we're still good public speakers, meaning they're able people listen to them, because you can't get people to listen to you, then no one's gonna follow you. So you listen to even the ones that were horrible, even, you know, Hitler, and it was good public speaker. He was

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horrible, and everything else was good public speaker, you know how to speak. You want to get people to listen to him. It's not an issue. I'm not not applauding him. He's saying that applause. This is just the concept of this how the world works. It's important to me, so listen to people talk about equality and talk about, but there's nothing like this. This is so simple. You can memorize it's so easy to memorize these words. Well, I and I would say for my younger brother and sisters, memorize these words, the way he said the money is awesome, and share them. When someone comes to you and says something and tell them this is what our Prophet said 1400 years ago. This is what he set out.

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He saw when he had the largest audience he ever had. He said this. He didn't even say this in a small group. No, no, he said this on the Mount of mercy. And on the day of our alpha, he said this 100,000 people were listening to him and old people, indeed your Lord is about one. And your father is one of them. All of you come from Adam and Adam come from the salt of the earth. There is no advantage for an Arab or an Arab or non Arab or an Arab. There's no advantage for a white person over a red person, but person over a black person. And every narration I have for this. He uses different colors.

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I just use the one that was most authentic, but you have at least four other variations. And he used each time different mixes, there was a server somewhere there. Yellow, he had the color yellow was somewhere in that mixed white, red, yellow block doesn't make a difference. There's no advantage based on based on ethnicity. Arab, non Arab or color. Elaborate duck was all based on Taqwa. And then he recited the verses of Georgia indeed, the ones that are ranked the highest in the eyes of Allah are the ones who have the most Taqwa. And taco is not something that is visible, not tangible. It's not measurable. There's no record for it online. You can't punch in your daily taco activities

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and have a number at the end to share with us. It's just it's something that only Allah subhanaw taala sees. There's no score, and the only one keeping score of it is Allah. And then he said, Oh, Allah had been loved by convey they said, Allahumma now he said, Allahumma for to be my witness. I told them,

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they can't want us to call you I've shared this with you before. Whenever something racist came along.

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He became very firm money. So that was set up.

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Was very merciful and compassionate when people made mistakes all the time when he did something wrong. So you know the story, the guy pulled his pants down and urinate in the masjid. The defendant leave him alone. He helped him out. He spoke to him the problem, the guy came behind him and basically choked him, put them into a death choke telling him give me money. I don't want your father's money. I want Allah's money. And whatever he gave him, he wasn't happy. The guy who came in, I didn't be fair, this is not there's no fairness here. He always he took all that and he said no problem. But if you're racist,

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if you're discriminatory, it wasn't okay.

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It wasn't okay. He would tell you something that would hurt you. But there was maybe the sixth or seventh Muslim. Like amongst the early early early group, early group, you're talking about that group where they were they you didn't have a full row of people to fill for Salah Abu Dhabi version do women do now they're not the Allahu Anhu one of the great Muslims. The prophet Elijah has praised this man, ma

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ma volatile Hydra.

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Raja and naka

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nnessee God he

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will talk about him as a source and give him all these praise. But then when he said something can be done, and he used it in derogatory term derogatory manner he told them in the camera roll and fee Caja Helia you have Gehenna Yeah, and you imagine being told that by the Prophet alayhi salatu salam I mean, ouch. If anything would ever hurt you that that would be devastating for him to to look at you and say you have Jehovah you're still inside of you. Of course it will determine the Allahu Anhu Allah the Prophet Muhammad passed away loving him and he didn't have any but he will tell him that he wouldn't take it when they when they said oh I'm sorry. Oh my god and they're fighting over

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something. So some guy poked some other guy now it became you did this so you know how it is? Whatever your groups gang mentality. You would come out not even wearing his shirt saying Dawa in the Hmong Tina is disgusting. You use that word? Nitin something that is disgusting. This is disgusting. What are you doing? What are these words that you're saying? What is this behavior that you're showing? That he honestly, I don't have other examples of him breaking character like that he has talked to us about like, I don't I don't have examples of him actually becoming so upset as outside of the of these moments where people would show a certain degree of racism because it's not

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there. But Allah has given me the quality

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paragraph after that

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for auto ml out for auto means I am. We have an appointment, we're waiting for you something later on. That's what follow up means. I am in. I'm waiting for you. I don't hold on the basin, the basin of the valleys awesome. Whenever you came to him, and if you met him on a Sunday, when you asked him to come over to my house, let's have you spend an evening come, he will tell you more. I do not hold our appointment is the basin, go do your job. Let me continue to do mine. We're too big, it's too much to do. Go do your thing. We'll meet at the base and make sure you make it there. And then we'll chill we'll spend time no problem we have time then. But make it to the basin. That is our

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appointment with him it is taught to us he was very clear on that I'm waiting for you there. I will be ahead of you waiting for you. Make sure you make it. Make sure that you make it.

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Do whatever you need to do to make sure that you arrive at the basin appropriately because he says at least some people will come and I will save them from from the Hellfire asked him and others will come in they'll be taken away from me and I'll say you're not these. These are my followers. These are my companions. And they'll tell me you don't know what they did after you. You don't know you think that they followed you? They didn't even follow your footsteps. They didn't honor your legacy. No, no, they got distracted. They ruined it. They deviated. They deviated they left everything they lost it all. And the Prophet always says good rhythms,

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good rhythms.

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But he says

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there's a word here that I find very heavy.

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When he says any ferrata come I'll hold on waiting for you on the on my basin. Because you don't know Ma'am, I'm going to I want to be happy with the number of people I have like I want to I want to show off the number of people that accepted this message amongst all the other nations. He says for that too. So we do what you don't make me look bad that day. Don't let me come that day hoping to have a lot of followers and I look around I don't have the most followers because you didn't do your job. Because you didn't perform your Dawa. There was no outreach we didn't raise your children properly. You didn't actually commit to the legacy that I left with you. I left you with don't don't

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come and make it look bad. yomo Thea masala Holly, you stop using them. And

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I'll do the last one. There's one more and then I'll give you it'll be able to short today but

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we go forward or No?

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Good. And then you say Alia Are you a nurse in the law but customary coolibah? Anything nusseibeh Who middle me right? Allah Allah will see ICD what is where I usually will say yeah, he talks at least about two things. He talks about inheritance. And he talks about many die, you know, lady, maybe he someone to claim lineage that they don't have. These were problems that were specific to the time he was analogous to Islam. Funnily enough, inheritance still is a problem today. Interestingly enough, that guy that that went full circle and came back again. But he talked about two problems that people were struggling with at the time it is Salatu was Salam. And that's an

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example of him kind of put focusing or pointing out, pointing on an issue that was pragmatic that was practical or contemporary at the time. And both of them the theme that they carry is that you need to be righteous, don't take more than you deserve from your inheritance. Don't claim to be a part of a family that you're not a part of. Stick to what is what is righteous stick to and do what is right don't don't don't try to take more than what you deserve in this life. Make sure you stick to what you're actually given. And then he says this at the end Dahlia salatu salam

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This is the fight is final. Taliban leader shahidul Minco Allah

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karamba mobile login our Lima carletti Min Samia or Oba Hammond effect him Isla men who were asked by men who

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he says May the ones who listen to me or hear me here today witnessed this, tell the ones who are not attending it. Someone who wasn't here you were here, tell people what I said today, go and convey this message to those who aren't here weren't here today make sure they know because sometimes or many times it'll buck and mean sometimes or many times, many times a person will carry a message to someone who will understand it more than they will sometimes someone will carry it will carry

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jurisprudence, knowledge to someone who will later become more knowledgeable than they are. This is actually telling you something that you will learn Inshallah, knowledge will continue to increase and that this generation can be knowledgeable and our generation can become more knowledge they can learn understand and study more profoundly. Okay, that doesn't mean we're better than them. We can't be better than them. Because we weren't standing there that day. That was that's gone. They'll never come back. We can never over we can never be better than the Sahabas it's and it's over. They they they were there we worked, but you can learn more you can understand better. That's what he meant

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when he when he made sure it is awesome happened that continued dismissal continued to

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legacy, continue to spread this knowledge and learn. And sometimes you'll give it to someone. That's what that's my goal, that I explain things to someone and that some, someone who knows what will be allowed them will listen to it and understand it better than me. And they will exceed my ability to comprehend what I was even saying myself. That's the point of this, if you're not able to actually produce that, then there's no point of doing this. If you sit and teach, and everyone's always going to be lesser than you knowledge, then you're not doing your job. The goal is that you find you're able to educate people so that they can understand what you're talking about more than you better

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than you that they can understand they can have an appreciation of the book of Allah subhanaw taala better than the one that you have. That's the point. If we don't understand the Quran better than the Sahaba didn't, then then we have that we are we are we are disappointments to them. Because they are our ancestors, their grandparents, they hope for us to understand this better. If we don't then they look at us. What did you do? What were you doing? How could you not look at all the knowledge that you have all the technical, you have access to everything, you couldn't understand this better? We're just appointments to them. So learning we can never exceed them in their in their piety, where

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we can we can learn? And then he ended LASR dosterone. He said, we're in the comb. So to Aluna Anioma Altium. And to empower you, he said Indeed, you're going to be asked about me on the day of judgment. So what are you going to say? And for a few minutes, people were completely confused.

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We're going to be asked about you. We're going to be asked about you your soul Allah Subhan Allah, Allah Muhammad, what's

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your What are you going to say? When you're asked about us? What do you mean? We're going to be asked about you on a saucer. I'm stood there. He was worried about what people were gonna say about him. Going to be asked about me, what are you gonna say?

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So took a moment and then people started started saying things, and then the whole, but laughter He said, I will say that you you conveyed the message. And then someone else said a date and Amanda and you and you fulfilled the covenant. When I saw that, oh man, you gave us the best advice ever. Worship Allah who began whom and you and Allah with you removed from us all of the difficulties? Was your head tefillah hackled you had a new question. You strive for the sake of Allah like no one else did. And then the query began, and then every all 100 Within a couple of minutes, all 100,000 people were saying but love, research, what data a man what are Sofitel ohm wha tefillah apologia and he

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stood there on a salsa with tears running down his face, saying, Allahu Mufasa Allah be my witness. See, I did my job. And he's worried that ASR does and they didn't do his job. It Allahu Mashhad, above him, Masha. Allah Who Masha Allah Allah be my witness?

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I did. I did what I need to do some Allah Allah is like yo, Salam. He did. He did. He did his part was left his is our own. Oh, and with that you have like a

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we don't have time.

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Okay, do you want to do the Kahoot after a short prayer?

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Do the kids want to do that? If you're if the kids want to do that, put your hand up.

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No one wants to do the Kahoot after Russia after. So

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what we'll do is we'll break it a shot. And then after that you can accept the code. If anyone's if anyone wants to stick around for the Kahoot you're welcome to do that. You want to leave that's fine to Saturday night this summer. I don't know what people are in a hurry for says if people are going to sleep Janya. So it's as if people actually sleeping only after they go home and like I come back at the masjid at 130 I still feel fine people standing around outside.

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No one's going to sleep.

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But that's what he said on his salatu salam nine paragraphs, he would Can we can we move on again, it can be taken another I want to share with you just the

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these are the nine these are the nine categories of his of his Farewell Sermon sort of lifestyle you send them. My advice to you is that at least once or twice in your life to really take time and recite it for yourself. Not within listening to it within your with your own ears. Because he says at the end of it on either side. So as I pointed out for you that sometimes you'll tear effects to someone who will understand it more. You have the power, you have the ability, the potential to understand what he's saying out of your Sado salmon on a level that sometimes more profound in the person who's telling it to you.

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That's what he's saying words for us. When I sit here and I tell you this stuff, there's the potential, the real potential, that you listen to what I'm saying, and you will understand it better than me, and you benefit from it more than me, you're able to articulate it in a more profound way than I can. And I believe that totally, that when you when you when you educate, you're not educated to tell it to

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make it clear that you understand things more than others. You need to know more than I was No, no, no, you educate because the potential of someone listening to you and actually exceeding you. And the knowledge of what was said is real. It's important, and we need it. We need knowledge to grow not to not to shrink, not to shrivel to the pyramid has to be going that way not not the not the opposite. So listen to make sure you take some time to learn this. And then when you come to the end of it when you read it, and he says that Allah has sought to ascend and he says, Indeed, you're going to be asked about me on my piano. Think about that. Think about that moment. I

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See, as he's standing there, at least for him with tears running down his face is the i 62. He's done everything within his power. He's lost everything. He lost everything out of his soul searching for this. You understand that everything. You have a house, you have a car, you have things he didn't have things out of his house, he didn't have things with your possessions that he he died. He's awesome. He left nothing. Nothing. He left nothing Alia sauce and he left his dinner. His his shield was a pond in someone's house. Because he didn't he didn't have anything. He lost all his loved ones. I think he saw to Islam, he lost his country. He lost it all. And he stood there

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wondering whether he did enough with it. This was going to get him across the finish line on the day of judgment. And he wanted people to give their testimony. He's asking them for a testator. He wants a testimony tell me telling me how have I done? What are you going to say about me when you're asking? Allah is going to ask you, how did Mohammed do for you? What do you do? Did he come in explained to you things so Allah, Allah, who are you? So he said sallam? What are you going to say? He is interested in making sure he wants to know. He wants to know. And the question becomes what is he going to say

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about us? And then what are people going to say about you? And where are people gonna say about me? Right? That's how you think about it. We're gonna die one day and that Allah subhanaw taala will ask those around how was this person and some people will be honest and

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just do your best because that moment is near Allah He saw so for him he needed he needed to hear that. He stood there Allahumma Fisher Allah be my witness. They're saying I did my job of Allah Allah Saleh Salam, and without sha Allah will continue with the rest of the story, the only maybe two more sessions will be done or three sessions by the end of the month will be done. He's not gonna look at some color blindness.

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Or some Allah who was telling them about it, they were hungry. You know how they couldn't show after the show.

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