Adnan Rajeh – Year 10 of Hijrah & The Farewell Hajj

Adnan Rajeh
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of protecting against evil behavior and staying in a safe environment, as well as the history of Islam. They emphasize the need for proof of pay and the importance of learning about its cultural implications. The event was organized by the Saudi Arabia government, and the format was organized by the Saudi Arabia government as well. The conversation also touches on a video game and a potential prize for showing one's skill, as well as the use of cryptocurrencies and a gift card.
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Today we will talk it just worked out my day see it of Allah subhanaw taala wasn't even something I planned that we'll talk about his head jatiya salatu salam right before the season of Hajj is going to happen that we

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can't claim that he planned this out in any meticulously at all. But it worked out that way. We were supposed to have a special presentation this this week, we won't have it this week we'll have it next week. their brothers and sisters are going to present or share with you their experiences of ombre and sha Allah it says it's the right season to do it and shall right before Hodge

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solo have it next week. And for this week, I'll go through his hydraulic Salatu was Salam I'll talk about aspects of the of that variable hydrogen, the Farewell Sermon, and all of that and show the data. And then the week after that August we'll be

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right after Eid or something that will take maybe take two weeks or two weekends off after even though we'll come back any mid July or something, John Taylor, and by then we'll be very close to the end of this. So probably by the end of July, this will be over like the sealer of the protocol. As I said, we'll be done, we'll conclude it. And then I may I may take off the rest of the summer to kind of figure out what to do. We'll bring it all back in September Inshallah, they will still have family nights on Saturday, we'll just have, it just won't be something specifically sila, connected. And then we'll come back in September, either I come back with the profit, the profit stories, or

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even saw the censoring from Adam, oh, we'll just repeat this, again, depending on kind of what I what feedback I get and how I'm feeling about it. I've done this a number of times now as you can probably tell them so I don't want to become too redundant. It there's never, I think, a good time to stop telling a story out of your soul to us. And I think as an OMA, we should just continue to tell his story time and time again, because the lessons never end. And the connection with him and his thoughts and through the story is, is real and is very meaningful. But we'll see. So that's kind of just an overview of the plan over the next maybe two months or so. So what I talked about last

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time, I went through some some points that happened at the beginning during the year 10, of the hero of the Prophet Allah salatu salam, because I occurs at the end of the Hijiri year, so I talked about his hijab that year, which happened in the year 10, then we have to kind of go through certain things that occurred in year 10. And a part of what occurred in year 10 was taboo and the aftermath of taboo. So when we went through that because it happened towards the end of year nine earlier 10 Something somewhere within that, in that vicinity. And I put in I point I talked about the hedge here nine, we're working with ally who lead that group of IgG, and kind of started to explain, to

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start to show the autumn, that hydro is going to be brought back to what Ibrahim it used to, and I'm taught and that was of course, a cultural shock. The autumn had been performing Hajj in a specific way with a specific intention in this specific

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presentation for a long time. And the Pragati you saw to Sam is gonna it was gonna snip that off, and they change it because Otto would come and they would bring all of their

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hold their wealth, all of the reasons of their pride, and it would be kind of like a show off, or a showdown or however you want to call it like it would go every tribe would kind of kind of come and show how strong they were, how successful they were, how wealthy they were a little bit of a, you know, a bragging rights kind of around the hedge time and they would bring their SNAM and they would do Talim of their Aufnahme. And then it really wasn't about the idol. They knew the idol is a piece of rock, but that was their piece of rock. So when they, you know, when they didn't find the Kaaba and they did their celebrations for their piece of rock, it was just a show off in front of the

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other tribes of how much they cared and then the other tribe will do the same. So that's what this whole timing turned into. Which is obviously not the point of hedge not to say that as Muslims we kind of hijacked hedge too, in a way maybe not in the same method. We didn't bring us Nam into it. But maybe we kind of

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deviated I remember when I was younger we went to hygiene number of times because we we went once when I was living in Medina, I was young at the time.

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That wasn't fun. But then the next time we're living in Metcalfe's law, we went twice because we were living in Mecca. So we're very close by you can just basically go and sleep at home during the next five minutes. Yeah, I mean, we were close enough within the haram for it to be acceptable. I remember nights at midnight he would walk by sometimes and this is the Yamagishi so after the after out of NAFTA was deliver and after they go through and why by the way, next next Sunday not not tomorrow, but next Sunday I'll go through like a hedge talk if you want to listen to it. We're going to put together all of the hot water about hygiene all the lessons about heist that I did last year

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playlist and put them on Facebook if you want to kind of listen to them because I don't repeat everything I did last year. But I will do a talk on next Sunday in Charlotte I like tomorrow with the Sunday after so if you want to listen to little bit hydro welcome to come and I'll go through the monastic I'll explain why things are the way they are if you want to learn a little bit more

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but those nights are sacred, nice and nice if their data can ensure that other Allah Allah calls them but they're they used to praise Allah subhanaw taala to engage in acts of worship and and people were, you know in Mina, basically playing cards

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And it was just it was very, it wasn't, it wasn't very nice to see like as a caveat, we find I found that very difficult. But that doesn't mean that you can't go to Hajj today and fully enjoy it and fully actually embrace the spirit of it and, and walk away with a life changing experience, you totally can for sure, you just have to make sure you understand the symbolism behind all of the actions that you're doing. We should all talk about inshallah for you next Sunday, if you want to listen to it. So a few other things that happened that year is that that year was called Ahmed will food, the year of delegations where all the tribes would come to him out of the salatu salam, and

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come and perform their baya they would come in and offer their name, their word of Islam, the Prophet alayhi salatu salam and then go back to their to their you know, these are delegated individuals from the tribes that would come you would have noticed their Islam, it was spent a couple of days with the Prophet it has sought to Assam in Medina, and he would go back to, to wherever they came from. This happened all year round. By the time it was done, you can imagine the number of Muslims and it wasn't very high. Between you're talking maybe around 30 30,000 Muslims, by the end of that year, you're talking more 150,000 Muslims is a huge jump. Now, it was like Maybe

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1500 right up till for Davia. Then her Davia happened and skyrocketed to maybe like 25,000 slowly moving up to 30,000 to this year. And then I'm gonna record it went up to 150. And the rock Valley is awesome died, die leaving around around 150 People 150,000 People 1000 Muslims. So that year, what is the year where they came to him Ali salatu salam in abundance and numbers was a very tiring year for him. He's coming towards the end of his life. He was quite tired, and people were coming in to visit and to speak to him a lot of the narrations that we have a lot of them are actually from animal food and our from the will food that came to me a lot of the weird questions, we have a lot

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of the laws you don't even need Jah Robbie, in the event, all these Hadith, I became a mannequin, all I'm gonna do food, when people were coming in to ask questions to announce their Islam to take a piece of information and then walk away with it. And some of those, not some of them actually, most of them have either actually very valuable and very rich in learning points for us. I'm not gonna go through all of them here. I'm just gonna kind of give you a little bit of a background of how that works. But one of the interesting interactions that happened during that year was when Robbie, Robbie I came to him out of his slot was the why is this important? This is why it's important. So

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the the the addenda knights are the Adnani Yun, which are the direct descendants of Ibrahim Ali salaam amongst the autumn. So the word Hebrew means a descendant of Ibrahim, and they're either Israelites or Ishmaelites. So the Israelites obviously are those who most of them aren't followed the Jewish doctrine. The Ishmaelites or the Arab and the adenitis specifically are those who are who whose unserved being their lineage, their lineages are still quite well connected to the table, a family center. So and that's what the profile is, is coming from, but that the Knights are two large groups Medora, Arabiya, these are the two large tribes. They don't like each other at all.

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Historically, they fought a lot, a lot, like B happened quite quite a lot. So the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, nobody, he's from mobile. So obviously, those who followed him accepted were mostly from Maduro. And then finally, towards the end of his life, and it kind of came in, they accepted Islam as the descendants of the descendants of Ibrahim, and that's why people did Hajj, by the way, because they still are, you know, claiming to follow the teachings of their forefathers, Ibrahim, of course, they was very far away from that, but that's what they claimed. So they came to visit the property. So he took this very seriously, it was a big deal for them to come. So when they came the

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Sahaba notice that the Prophet hasn't perked up. He made sure that everything was set up properly. He showed them a lot of respect. Marhaba midwifery Raya Khazaria, well, and Adama he said,

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welcome the word meaning the visiting Google delegation. Welcome, Ray rasa you will not be mistreated Well, Anna dama nor will you regret this is what he's saying here. Salatu Salam

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akala T NACA well mama Anna Anna Anna to curb Cara il kappa Amador so they came in they immediately give the Prophet Allah is also a little bit of a you know,

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trying to put down so you know, we would have come earlier, but you know, the Midori, robbers and thieves filled the place. We can't We can't make it because he's from Aldo slicer. So he didn't say a word no problem. He just is it and then he spoke to the money a slot to Islam is one of the most amazing this hadith is along with one of the most amazing displays of any human being. So Allah has like, extreme degrees of a dub, as they tried in every form and manner to kind of poke a little bit him at his tribe and add his background. He just let it all slide down the little slide. And then when the they asked him

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What is it that we need to do? Interestingly enough, this is what he told them to chemo Salah this is part of how much aw had he said she had it Allah Allah and Allah to chemo salah, aka, but also more Ramadan for total homes.

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He didn't say Hajj

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because that would be offensive. Because they're the descendants of Abraham. Do you know about hedge? Who didn't tell him that you have to do that? Because that's basically a little bit disrespectful to act like oh, you have to hide you like of course we do. We've been doing hedge long before you've brought this to us. We've been in this hide forever. Our ancestors we didn't even tell them to do Hajj. So when you read this hadith, you think Oh, oh that means hydrogen is an important component but no he told them homes because homes which is what in the Quran why number one number one human to ministry in finding Allahu Musa who will live was

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a fifth of the millennium has to go to the country has to go to the governments that and they will give it to the Prophet Alia sunstones family who can't take salata if they need it, and they will give it to them alright and Muslimeen because you know all of you saw those. Robbie will be the first group of people to hold bags aka winds the winds they would not want to give engaging in the giving the government that's exactly what happened. But after he died, Alia saw them they held back the homestead the worker fought them for that as well. And they had to give it back. But he didn't use the word hygenic estado. So in this hadith, there's someone who doesn't understand the context

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will say, this is very weird. Why do you think Hajj because he's speaking to Obeah because they already know about Hajj. He told other people who were not the descendants of Ibrahim Yes, you need to perform Hajj because they that wasn't a part of their culture. But these people know that they've been doing this forever. They come every year because it says Ibrahim died on a Sunday never stopped doing it. They just deviated and they're doing it with shidduch and all these other problems, but he didn't have to tell them that and this shows you the degree of intelligence and depth he had in dealing with these people and teaching them things. And honestly, this is one of the most one of the

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richest parts of sunnah for us to learn from Ahmed with food, just reading the different interactions he had Alia saw to some with all of these different groups. For example, when Yemen it nearby it maybe it would come it will bring with Him Yemen, it because they had accepted some more honorable Musa done their work and it may have thought it went later on as a judge. And then he brought with him the delegates of the delegates of Yemen to provide as I saw, some will say yeah to come out, or Yemen or Aqua either to Iraq, what I've eaten in Hekmatyar, money will EMA and your money. And he will say indeed, the people of Yemen are coming to you. And they have very sensitive

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hearts. Indeed, wisdom is you'll find wisdom in the people of Yemen and you'll find and you'll find email in the people of Yemen. And during this period, the Prophet alayhi salatu salam Allah and the Hadith that talked about specific places like shampoo, start doing Muslim Nina and then Muhammad will cobra or we're talking about no Salah home them, or him or speaking about him, he would he would always have you that talk about places in the world and talk about the people of those places. And the value of those people was during this time because they would come to him Alia salatu salam so he would give them he will say something nice about them. He said something nice about their

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culture, about their body, their habits about their people, but who they were he would say something nice to them. So they would feel that the Prophet Allah you saw said I'm actually values them and see something good in them. Again, a lot of these Hadith are misused and misunderstood and taken out of the context of what when they and when and why they were said they were sent as a again, a beautiful master display of Adam that he showed that he has solid wisdom because people are coming to you. They're outsiders. You've been you've been a this has been going on for 20 years now. He's been gone a lot of struggles. They've missed everything. A guy who's walking into give back to the

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valley a cyclist has missed everything. He wasn't there for Yanni the day he stood on Safa and maca. He wasn't there for the years of perseverance, persecution. He wasn't there during shed bunny pollen. He wasn't there during an ocean. He wasn't there for bathtub and Gouda, or the second didn't make the Haryana didn't attend to Belgium or the conductor book nothing. He missed all of this. So they're coming in they feel alienated. So the provider has sought to assert I'm gonna go out of his way to say something nice about them and about their background and their culture and their people. Are you understanding what I'm saying? People come in late and come in, they haven't they don't know

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how things work. They feel self conscious. They don't feel comfortable. It's your job to make them feel comfortable. This you take this parallel and drive it to people and massage and you want people to come to massage if you make them feel comfortable when they come here say something nice. Say something nice about them about their background about their history say something to them and they will come again, the profit is specific specifically would point out and talk about Yemen and talk about Sherman talked about Egypt and talked about and talked about Persia and talked about how Basha you find you find a hadith that talks about there's like a there's a chapter in every book of

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Hadith, especially the bigger ones for law, you know, a halal golden, the merits of the people have specific places, and then you open it and you'll find all of these places where the provider uses and we're talking about he went as far as India, like you're talking about people living in far parts, as if to say as if he

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He's leaving on a slight twist and I'm something so then when you go when you give them his time you have by the way he talked about us on the last episode, so it opens the heart. Oh, he noticed he recognized us. Oh, isn't that what hamdulillah Salah is I will send him that he was preparing us here. Here's something a room here's something about the people of Africa here's here's something carry this so that when you meet them, you can tell them that I that I spoke of them some hola hottie CIBJO center, there wasn't about bragging rights either. Again, there's not about bragging rights. I've seen people use it. We're from this part of the world. We are that What are you? What

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are you doing?

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What are you doing? You misunderstood this whole thing? How do you start to say I was making sure that people who are coming to Islam late felt welcome. And that he recognized that they had merit, and that they had achievements and they had beauty and beauty, something that was worthy of your heckling of wisdom. So he said, Hello Yemen, your wisdom?

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What's much more wise than the book of Allah? Who's more wise than Rasulullah? Was Allah? Do I need the wisdom of Allah Yemen?

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If I have his wisdom from Allah Azza wa sallam, but he still said it. And because of the earlier men today are the most one of the groups where you find the most elitism and holding on to the Sunnah of the Prophet, Allah usados. And the scholars that follow him out here salatu salam, and yes, they do have wisdom, because they took it from him, it has to do with them, but that's where this is coming from. And so it's beautiful that I'm going to food is actually a really beautiful thing to read about. Because you see his, his his genius. You get to witness this person, how he managed people, and how he respected people and how he went out of his way to make sure everyone felt they were a

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part of this. And that and that's this is fascinating. Um, I talked about gatherings occurred, I think, Did I did I not? Or maybe I didn't, I can't remember anymore. But I talked about sending more other than Abu Musa didn't I? I didn't talk about any of those things. Why do I remember talking about that? Okay.

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Okay, maybe I didn't I thought I did. I did. I talked about this.

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Yeah, so I talked about sending more than ever Musa to Yemen last time. So I want to repeat that one that I talked about ticket gathering ticket? No. Okay. So the problem it is on during this period, began sending out al Juba or El Amin Alia, as they're called in the Quran, the people who are responsible for actually gathering the cash and bringing it back to the UN, I went over on like, two weeks ago, like not listed Angel mob the Jamaat before I talked about financial centralization. And I actually use that as an example where where communities only function, if there's some form of financial centralization within them, the probability is, so to say, I'm going to tell people pay

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years ago, however you want to know he said, calculate your Zika. Give it to me, and then we will put it all in one place, and then we will distribute it appropriately to all and when there's whatever is excess will use to build and we'll use because it's like, it's like the, it's like the concept of taxation, or only works better. It's much more merciful, and you're not taxing income, you're taxing wealth, which is a huge difference, by the way. And I'm not I'm no financial expert, but I read enough and listened enough and educated myself enough to know that this is something that is definitely worth arguing within the realms of modern financial systems, that taxi taxing income

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is not as good as taxing wealth, tax, the income income makes more sense if you if you have no money, and you're barely making enough, why are we taking on it? It doesn't make sense. Wait until this person makes money once they have a capital tax, the tax the wills that they have sitting around, it makes more sense and it works better in the long run. But that's what his time is based on and the robot as I said, I made sure that that was going to be gathered. This is why it is important. It's important because once he died out against a lot of wisdom, so Allah Azza wa sallam, a lot of the group said no, we're not paying it anymore.

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will give us a cut. They didn't say is that God is not a private stuff. No, no, because a lot of stuff, but we're not gonna give it to you. Oh my God, who is now the Khalifa. We're not giving it to you. No, but the most tender and kind human being to ever walk this earth. Turn into a lion. All our hubbub was like, oh, maybe. Maybe we let them you know, as long as they're paying. They show us proof of pay. And I'm gonna help out obviously, he's like maybe if they show us proof of payroll Okay, so about Omar by the shirt, and he slammed him into a pillar of cada a Jabaal infusio Heliot the whole world on Islamia Amara Where's all the muscle that you had injure Healy and now you're all

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scared in Islam. Well, Allah Hello my name only Colin can you do know who we are also the law cartel to whom they if they stopped giving me like a piece of fabric that they used to give to the Prophet liaison, there's a call we'll fight them for it.

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caller is talking about two incidents within our history

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that had the people a certain did not made a decision. Islam wouldn't have made it. And this was talked about let's go to two more moments. The moment the money is Zeca decided not to do it. I wish I could have made the decision that he's going to go to war with them. And the moment Imam Ahmed was told you have to believe you have to say that Quran Mahalo, Connie said no. It's not about the actual

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ideological problem. The concept of the Quran being created not being created as so philosophic

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The complex that I dare anyone to actually be able to articulate and explain it properly. And I've done this before. No, you cannot, you don't have the ability. It's too complex and it's too difficult. You have no, you can't even explain what the word Kalam actually means when you describe Allah subhanaw taala as an attribute to Him, it's too difficult. What he did it, it'll be Allah, Juan Jose, Muhammad is that he's told politics, that I'm a scholar, and I say whatever I'm going to say, based on my knowledge, not based on your decree, you don't send me a paper telling me what to say. You do your politics, I do knowledge and scholar Scotland's scholarly activities. So I will not

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be told what to say. And if I had to paint for my life with my life for that I will and he did. And he went to jail for years. And he refused, even though the issue was not that big a deal. Like how do you set it? Honestly, it's not that complicated. The issue itself is not that you don't leave the middle or end up having no, no, you're fine. It's an issue of extreme complexity. But what he defended was the freedom of scholars to speak their mind about the deen, which is extremely important. And when Olga comes in, it's not about the money. It's about the survivorship of the nation. If you allow finances, not to be centralized, there is no nation. There's no money, there's

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no country, the country ceases to exist. He didn't, it wasn't about the money, oh, but I've never lived lavishly. He never did. He never lived obviously never had a lot of money. He never, he never lived in a huge radula, who lived as simply as his teacher did that Allah has never said that.

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But he fought for it. Because that's the only way a community can survive. You need You need that, that has to come back. So we can build our armies and build our cities and defend ourselves and, and fund and fund our schools and fund our hospitals. That's what he did. That's why within within those 10 years, from the day he died on the US auto center in the middle of the hill, who said now Uncle Bob, you had an empire.

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You had an empire, you went from like a masjid that had a little bit of palm trees, believes that covering the region to empire. It was the change is huge. Like, not even, it's quite impressive. There's a book called 100, the Michael Hart, forget about who he chooses to be the first, which is it his thought to go to number 51.

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And you'll find a job.

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And he speaks of him because of the change that occurred in Arabia and in that region, not just in Arabia, but in Northern Africa, and Western Asia and Eastern Europe. Because the change was was was unprecedented. Why? Because, well, well, there was centralized wealth, it all came back. And then it all got distributed. And that made a huge difference. Dolberg go Islam would have stayed within the one small area that and not even then not even there. It made a difference. Because you might as look, I got things because I'm an important and important part of building this OMA as a community.

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I don't, we're not gonna send people out to gather yours occur. You have no, but I think there should be some central, we have to like, consciously, voluntarily decide that we need to centralize our finances, to a certain degree, at least have an endowment fund at least one, at least one endowment fund for this community. Something that allows the institutions something that puts the money into work allows the profits or the Yani, the turnaround could

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fund massage it and Islamic product programs. First I have prospects of building schools to help young entrepreneurs to actually start businesses get married,

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get out of debt, help something we have to we have to have some form of financial planning, especially when what our needs as a community is different than maybe what the needs of other communities are that live around us. And that's I think that's the least we can do anything. I don't think it's hard. It's not like we lacked wealth. Oh, there's a lot of money. And I visit people in their homes, there's a lot of money, people have money. It's just a matter of if people will put their money in huge funds run by people who don't know God at all. And they're fine with that. And then we can do it for ourselves. I think that's a little bit. I think, I think we can do better with

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that low item. So just put that there because that was when this happened. And he also was very, very strict, by the way, when it came to the anti corruption policies. And the no story were in the lobby, I came back and he said, Yes, Rolla, here's this occur. And this here's a gift, I was given

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them a gift, and we're gonna gift. Oh, well, isn't that nice? You're given a gift. Well, how about you stay home? And see if they'll send that gift to you? Next year? We'll give you the Will they give you that gift to you at home? If you didn't go God as a cup? Would they have given you the gift? And he started to study like what he had given you the gift? The answer is no. Then why? This is not a gift. He gets on the numbers and he speaks about it. Don't come and telling me this is for the hola and this is for me. We pay you for this. We'll give you the payment. There's no such thing.

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And you just sort of be like, well, what's the big deal? It's a gift. No. Why was he given this gift?

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Based on what he's doing, his job is paid for it. Why to begin your gift. This is how you begin corruption begins with a small little step, a small step of you know, here, let's soften you up a little bit. Let's make you feel indebted to us. Let's make you feel a bit embarrassed. And we say, you know, what, about this year, we don't wrap it up, pay this bullet next year, this year. Okay, that's fine. No, no problem.

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And then just as the ball gets rolling, starts rolling, and it goes on. So he actually took it away from him this year, and he removed him. And he was not allowed to be I'm in LA anymore for Zika. Or you start to some was extremely strict when it came to the anti corruption policies when it came to users of money. Very important when our massage and we were running our massages when we're dealing with with money that is for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala, that we are very, very strict with that usage of money. When someone comes and says, here's this is for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala This is sacred wealth, is sacred wealth, is my destiny holy.

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Using this well has to be very, very smart, and very, very, very, very cautious with how we're going to we're going to do with this, because you gave them a sake of Allah didn't give this to me. This for God, if I don't use this appropriately, I'm now accountable to you and to God. And that's not something that I think anyone wants to be in that position of

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the four month ultimatum ended, and tribes that refused to accept Islam, which were very few, by the way, by this point, just as a historical context for you, the number of tribes that actually did not accept Islam, by the end of the four month ultimatum that I talked about last time, were very few.

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They don't go beyond 10. And there were tribes within the hundreds and they just left.

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And there were tribes that were not that were non Muslim, that were still Mushrik that were not a part of that ultimatum, because they had signed those treaties and never broke them. And they continue those treaties well into the Khilafah varthaman. Well into the cleanup, I've got a fun of number one. These are historical issues. People don't know, unfortunately, a lot people don't know this stuff, that they're emotionally keen, living in Arabia. During the cleanup, of course, not what I treated with the Muslims, it never broke, and there was no need to remove them, because they weren't a part of the ultimatum, the ultimatum was given to those who had betrayed these broken the

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covenants time and time again. So they're given either you become a part of us or you leave less than 10 ended up leaving. So it wasn't this is the actual change that occurred just so you understand like what the beauty of the and the wisdom of the tertiary of the of Allah subhanaw taala and the teachings of the prophets of Allah disciple, Salam. The last story before I talk about the Hajj, the story of Khabib in Zoho

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Hey, whenever you Salma is one of the known, probably one of the most famous, famous Arabic Arab poets to ever live is one of The Hobbit and Walcott.

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He's one of the people who, who wrote the pieces of poetry that were later on, hung in the cabin written were in with the water of gold. His son carob Ibn Zohar was also a very very known poet.

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But he used his wealth and his status because he was actually quite powerful, like he is, so he had become so famous, and so connected so many kings and so wealthy, that he, you know, he was one of those noble families. So his son grew up in nobility. His son was already an associate in his in his tribe, even before and before he was puberty, and then he became a poet similar to the level of his father. So he even became more and more famous and more powerful. But then he used all of that to actually go against the Muslims, and has ya rasool Allah, so I sent them many he used poetry and he used to say things against the Prophet alayhi salatu salam. And he fought and he and he spent money

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for people. A lot of the betrayals that happened and this were funded, like tribes didn't just break their trees and kill Muslims, because they were bored. Someone funded it, someone paid them to do it. And Akkad was one of those people who paid to actually get Muslims killed. So he was one of the people that the Prophet Allah is Satoshi I'm only out of maybe 15 human beings ever lived, said that this person is to be executed because of the blood on his hands.

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So he aftereffect Emeka, he had, he had run made a run for it.

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One of his, his older brother, had accepted Islam A while back, and he and he wanted God to accept Islam and God was like on the run is like, obviously, the life on the run is not fun. It's okay for a while, but then after that, it gets very tiring. And GABA runs through most of most of his wealth and his money. And he couldn't see poetry anymore, because that would kind of give out where he was. It was a bit of a problem for him. So his brother told him, how about I speak to the prophets of Allah? Who is I'm selling for you? And then you know, we come back. So he didn't say anything. He didn't say yes and say no, he was too proud. So his brother said, Fine. Oh, so it goes to the profit

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and loss or Allah to amino carbon. If I bring him

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My brother Will you grant him a man Will you grant him Yanni safety?

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Carla and Jana Muslim and Aaron me, if he comes Muslim, he is welcome to come to us. Because we don't harm anyone who comes to us with Toba and 100 people have killed will accept them. So he tells him

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so, God comes in and he's he's covered his face. Because Muslims, there's a possibility that before he comes this time, is one of the Muslims sees him recognize them and they execute him like on the spot. So he came in quietly and he entered the Prophet audience thoughts that I was missing. And he basically slowly walks through a company system right in front of him. It assists him in in a in a measure this and he starts saying poetry.

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It's a long poem, Mr. Bynum. So I'll do Picabia when Mattoon will tell you I'm on a throttle and give them a clue and he goes on these

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inner Rasulillah neuronal saga OBEY HIM Ohana domicile Villa he Miss Lulu, he goes on this long poem. And in the middle of it, he he speaks of the Prophet Allah your Salatu was Salam in in a positive way. The poem itself is, is what is in linguistic masterpiece. And the interesting part of it is that when you read it, is at the beginning of all this he's doing is he's talking about the lady he loved the name of he calls her Swalot. And, and, and he talks about, you know, female

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camels and he talks about, and if you read it, you just think he's just talking about stuff. And then at the end of it, he says a few nice words about the Prophet. But no, the actual meaning of his poem is he was an Apollo, this is the depth of the Arabic language. And he was using that to symbolize how he, how broken he was, he came telling, telling the Prophet how to solve this and that I once had everything

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by the Assad and Banner thing she left. And now my hearts broken. I used to have everything I used to have status, wealth, fame, and now I have nothing. And everything was taken away from me. And he goes on this long, this long poem explaining symbolically was not one reference to anything real until towards the end of how things were for him before and how nothing is like that for him anymore. That he has not yet like the status and the shut off that he used to have the honor and the dignity and the house he was a part of it's all gone away right now. So he said Yanni.

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Welcome rasool Allah, why Danny will ask for and our Sula Hema Moodle and someone told me that I need the prophet has given me his word and the alpha and the forgiveness that the Prophet Allah Islam is always something that everyone hopes for, because he offers it all the time. And he goes on, he asked me for forgiveness. So as kaka goes to this amazing, amazing poem, he finishes it at the end.

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And the property is Salatu was Salam understood. And this is to me like one of the most. It's just sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Just every time I'm impressed a little bit by him, he just finds a way to do something to make me feel smaller. And just he understood what God felt he understood how, how God went from one position to nothing, how he lost everything over over time, without even the practicalities on trying to do anything to him. It's just because it's time came along. God lost everything. He was no longer respected. He had no status, he had no wealth. He comes from a family of nobility and all that is gone. And he's as if he's saying that I'm here and I'm broken, and I'm

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sitting in front of you and I am broken. And you have my neck is in your hand and I have nothing left. And I came from a background of nobility. So what will you do with me? So what did he do it himself to a certain kind of a holiday he bought a Betta. So he took off his boredom and he put it on cob. Bucket burners Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. And this poem till today is called the Buddha is called the clock, The clock because the Prophet alayhi wa sallam, he wasn't giving him this was the what what? The whole thing was symbolic. Everything he said was symbolic. He understood him out of your soul to Islam. And then the Prophet Allah you saw to some symbolically gave him nobility again.

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You know how they used to, you know, they use the night people back into Dada, this is the equivalent of needing somebody basically. So the probability is well, I saw some symbolically gave him back his nobility by get ticking off it. He is the supreme leader of the land, he takes off his border, and he gives a puts it on him as a symbol of respect and acceptance for Kabul on us, for ANA cop and cops showed up with his head up for the first time in a long time. But this time, first time in years he was able to sit carrying the Yachty the sometimes that's needed

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properly. It's also never taught us to humiliate people from nobility from noble backgrounds, from well, no, he never told us to look for someone will come from a background of strength or wealth or control and then put them to the ground and make them feel like they're nothing. No, that's not the point of revolutions. That's not the point of reform. That is that is vengeance. That's hate

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That's just you felt someone feels, you know, a little bit insecure, has a little bit of an 84 year inferiority complex can't wait to maybe revolt and then take the person who wasn't well had a bit of strength and, and put them as humble as his opponent will show mercy and compassion to a to a noble person who was who was in a position of humility. And this interaction with the profiler you're solving the mystery to me is one of the most profound and deep interactions because not many people understood what's happening. Not many people sitting there understood, because poets when they speak, there's the command they had of the language is very high, they could have said anything.

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When you read the poet poem, it's like where's the medina of the Prophet Allah you saw this and this because leaders always said this is the first couple either they were the part of Islam was properly Yanni given Medea maybe was complimented when you read it you like where's it's like, maybe one or two lines in and you read, it's all like female camels and his loved one. So I do love him and, you know, running in the desert, and what is all this? Know that? He It was symbolic. He knew what he was saying. And the Prophet Allah is totally understood art was so sensitive artistically. He understood exactly what Cobb was saying. He knew he understood, you're the son of the Hindi cinema.

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You are yes, I can see what happened to you. I can see this is I can see what I brought, has ruined everything for you, has taken everything away. Not the intention, obviously, not the goal. But that's what happened. And he's coming and telling him what are you going to do? How are you going to deal with someone who's coming to you broken with nothing?

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And then the fact that he thought of this or that you saw it was he just all he did took off, gave the border, it was on a cab, cab walked away with a border, that till this day is handed down with him his family

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of Allah excusing them. The shut off? Isn't the shut off of this. That both of them stayed in his family.

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He would wear that bottle then everyone expected respected because that's the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, his cloak, and he would kind of dial into his sons and that noble it's like the Prophet restored his dignity restored his family name again for him. No, no, we want to, because the goal here is not to make you feel less about yourself. No, you can take it back. And God became one of the most Jonnie active poets in defending Islam after the Prophet it asides from dying. And it's just a beautiful story that I, you know, again, if if this was a different setting, I would put the poem and showed you, but you're gonna get very bored if I do that, because it's all. But it's

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actually something worth if at some point in your life, to study the border, and learn and see, and because you'll be like, I can't see it. Someone's to show it. And they're like, Wow, he saw that. He understood that then. Because honestly, He only talks about the Prophet twice, not worth his cloak, not worth the Buddha at all, if that's all he's saying. But there is a level of virtues. And the reason I'm telling you this, not just his wisdom and his compassion, and his artistic sensitivity.

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But the fact he appreciated that he appreciated that artistic approach, and he appreciated people's backgrounds. I think that's an important thing for us to kind of think about and contemplate, okay, that's all I got for a year 10. That's kind of all the stories that I have that I want to tell you. There are many things, other things that happened it in terms of relationships and marriages and a lot of things that occurred there are interesting stories, but that will make this sealer go on for like for another 10 years. So I'll end with that. And I'll move on to the next Yaniv point, which is the farewell hedge the Prophet alayhi salatu salam was given the will Allah here Allah nurse the

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head jewel at Manny's tapa IE, he said ILA, this was revealed and Ahmed will food and year 10. After Abu Bakr went to his house, this idea was revealed. So it became obligatory to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam would stand as a worrywart tells us about how tabula rasa Lula you a nurse, but follow the Allahu Alikum will hunt you for her Jew, Allah Subhana Allah has made it obligatory upon you to perform hajj, so perform Hajj and it was within that year. You know, all y'all know Hadith Gibreel I've heard how you Gibreel

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Jasmine how you Gibreel occurred, it was during right before this period right before he went for high Jonica salatu salam will be sending the message. Danielle Kelby is Gibreel in the form of data when it comes and put his a stick his knees to the needs of the prof out of your slot to sit down and start asking him questions and answering him. What is Islam? You will tell him in Islam we do 100 beta product? Yes, that's correct. And the people are like, What? What is he doing? Yes, I do, who will also differ who he asked him the question when he answers him, he tells him you're correct. What is he testing him? Well, to a certain degree that was given to us so he can do whatever he

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wants. So he was asking him, so we asked him What does he know? And we chose him so I asked him what son is untied with Allah God Nica is to worship Allah is if you can see him if you gotta see him, he was still know that he sees you and that should be enough for you. Then he asked him well, what is what is what is the PSA? What is the the Day of Judgment? He told him mine and Mr. lmm you know, the person asking this question the person being asked, this question is not more knowledgeable.

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But the timing of it in the person who's asking the question, to ask them what are the signs, so it tells them the signs at any dilemma to rob. But I will

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refer to OSHA Elbonian. For for there to be a hook for people to lose their family structure and someone to give birth to someone who will rule their life for them and ruin their Jonnie, take away their dignity, or for people who have no Jonnie. EBO means to wealth to suddenly become very wealthy and then use that extravagantly in ways that has no benefit to other people. And he would explain it to Southwestern it would, this happened during AMU food, because you really had to come at the end right before he passed away on his thoughts, and making sure that the basics of Islam had been properly established because Islam was a build up. For 23 years, Islam has been built up in terms of

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what the concepts are the principles, the values, the rituals, but at the end, that hadith that had it didn't happen at the beginning, as much, maybe think, no, wasn't an early one, late Hadith as everything was coming to a to an end, and up would come and ask all the questions that the Prophet Allah has thought was ever going to offer the clear and abrogated answers, the answers wouldn't stay forever. But that's when this happened. So I saw to Sarah made it clear that he was going to go for hedge. Now, by the way, I'm telling you this story. Now. He goes to hedge he dies three months later. So the law is

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almost exactly to the day, meaning he finishes his hedge exactly, almost exactly. Three months later, he passes away, because he passed away on the 12. There, Robbie, Allah will something like 1213, something like that most scholars are unhappy with the 12. If you think about it, Robbie. Oh, well, so there's Muharram Topher Fabian, oh, well, so he died early on, oh, well, ends early adulthood, jump the month right before Muharram. So you have the end of the ledger for Sahara and Muharram. First of software and software, first of the Arabian, oh, well, so almost exactly three months, some scholars a little bit less than three months even. It was very close to his death

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valley, his thought was that he would form this hedge. So this is one of the so when he called the farewell hedge. It's a very appropriate name for that. So that's exactly what it was. So he would make that announcement and Allah can follow Olalekan will help Jeff Aha, Joe is obligatory to perform your hedge. And he made his intentions clear that he was going to go for hygiene. So we're spread amongst Muslims. So everyone was preparing to go to Hajj, maybe 20,000 people want me to bucket 100,000 People with go with him out of his sights with them. That's an unheard of number.

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Today, millions obviously because we're a 2 billion population Muslim around the world 100,000 people to gather in one place outside of war. Outside of two armies, like bashing it out was unheard of. This is not there are no conferences that would occur in that in those numbers for the autumn to gather in 100,000 people even during Hajj before that, that's not the numbers, the numbers did not reach that because the tribes were not that big. And you wouldn't have the whole tribe come just the delegates would come the people who are delegated to come and kind of you know, brag and act just to prove their strength and prove their you know, their their placement.

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This was different. Imagine if you were around during that time

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with him so Allah as I said, Would you go for hydroton Myrna what anything stop you

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could there any if you knew he was going for Hajj, would anything be more important than attending hydrothermally Hill salatu salam I can't imagine this would be the obvious Yanni priority for everyone it was they tell you they tell the stories of Medina being almost empty that he had to assign people to stay to protect it and they didn't want to stay because they wanted to go with the money and so we had to force people to stay you're gonna stay because we can't leave empty like it'll be raided because no one everyone to go everyone wants to go men, women, children, everyone was going to with the Pragati assault to assign people to stay to protect Medina because no one

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wanted to do it.

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And once it was ready, the numbers were just

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were just staggering. And Talia Sato someone began his journey of hedge fund. And that's when he be the first Tobia was heard. This is when they love bake Allah Humala bake the bake means I'm on my way.

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I'm coming. I'm on my way. It's a really, really it's a word in Arabic that I don't even know if there's an I don't think there's an equivalent to it in English that that I can use to explain to you well, a bake means you call for me. And yes, I am going to respond to you immediately. I am happy and I am coming to you right away. No problem let Baker and this is and you owe me nothing for this. I am this is all that is with life. All of that means that everything I'm explaining to you are the meanings within the word love bake. Because there's different ways to tell someone I'm I'm on my way I'm coming or there's different tones. There's different attitudes and even thoughts. The

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basic means I heard it, I'm gonna respond to it immediately. And I'm coming to you with a full open heart and you owe me nothing for it. I'm coming because I want to

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Because I owe it to you because because you deserve it. That's what the bait means. So it's a beautiful thing to say. That's why children used to tell their parents they can old Arabia that's how a child or a young son or daughter would answer would answer their their parents are put on bake meaning I'm here I'm ready. You will say it's done.

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So the bake Allahumma bake the baker three times the baker Sharika Nicola big four times in Alhambra when Yamato loca well milk, Cherie Calaca, bake six times. Three more me repeat, I'm on my way, I'm coming. I'm coming back to you. And he was

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in many ways, the Prophet alayhi salatu salam knew this was towards the end. Like in many, many senses of the word, he understood this was the end of it, that there was not much time left because because everything had been taken care of. There was no reason for for there to be more. So. He was going back to Mecca in a sense, he was going back to Mecca after a long time, like if atomica was there. He didn't like he didn't really he performed boa, but that was it was quick. It was not a long time. A lot of it was political. It was after a Janya, there was some blood there was a little bit it was kind of reclaiming politically a land. But now he's going back. None of that is he's not

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going back as a political leader. He's going back as a pilgrim. He's going back as a Muslim who was worshipping his Lord, and he's going back to we perform Hajj will perform Amara, it'll mean something to you. But no matter how much it means to me and you, it's not similar to what it meant to him out of your salatu salam, the grandson of Abdulmutallab, the guy who revived zum zum, the the descendant of Ismail Ibrahim, who rebuilt the place like he was born there. And every fall his fathers and forefathers back to this man were born there. And he was he lost all of that. And he knew that he would never actually live there again. And he knew he wasn't gonna be buried there. So

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in a sense, he was going back for his final, his final visit and his final time to be there with you. And it's after 20 years of a struggle for 20 years of war, after 20 years of losing people of he think of the losses that he had to go through and that's a Sahaba to go through. And now he's coming back. So Allah honey cyber sadhana medicine in a peaceful manner is for the sake of Allah. So when he's saying these words will apply them not only are they words that Allah subhanaw taala told him to say, but they're also words that he fully felt like they came from his insights on ASR to some as most of the invocations that we have do. So when he's saying them, I'm on my way lash the

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bake Allah whom I'm coming to, Oh Allah, la sharika like there is no one aside aside from you, there's no one else but you love Bake. I'm on my way, in that Hamden deed all praise when they are much and all blessings belong to you liquor when will can all sovereignty as well? Yeah, sure. Recollect, there is no one but you will have bacon on my way. You can hear these words. And this is pretty meaningful, very profound, and he would say them I think it's awesome to hold them to bake Allah Who Mala bacon everyone is saying it with them. And then Gibreel will come to MIT assaulted by Dr. Lawson would Allah in Allah? Yeah, more raka Maruka and Morocco Mecca and Yamaha swatter.

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homebirth tell via the we will come and say yellow sword Allah Allah commands you to command your companions to raise their voice in their Tobia color from our salah, Makita in workers to home. They arrived in Mecca and they had no voices left. They couldn't speak anymore because the whole time the bake Allah home and a bake. And every time he came by LASR to sell a mountain or a valley, he would say, Do you know what this valley is? And they say no, I started cheap. You know how, if you have someone who comes from especially for immigrants who came from a certain part of the world, and they know you know those people will know every little detail about the area. They know every road and

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every they know everything. They know everything. They've had memories everywhere. The probability is lost in America and everything around it. That's how you knew everything. He knew the area he had worked everywhere he had gone everywhere. This was his land. This was his. He did and again him not dying. There is a whole different thing to learn from but so he knew it. So every time he came by, on the way from Medina to Mecca, he knew the names of everything. So ask him you know what this valley is called? Like? This is why the US Soccer is called the Blue Valley. What's the point Falcon the umbrella Musa Instagram, rocket Baba Dehiwala Guney he'll fall so to whom will appear when he

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did his homage. I can almost see him with his hand on his ear. He's saying the bake Allah who made the bakers he's going on to hedge and not only was he pointing out the significance he was teaching the Sahaba you're not it's not just Ibrahim who did this. It's not just no everyone did this. And then he would come by a mountain throw in the towel I know what the name of this mountain is. And then he gave it a name I can't remember the name lift or Hill show or something some name I don't know what it is I don't live there I don't know is that is that some name for this one is called cotton young era you will know Salah he felt that John hamre Kadakia panna cotta who debater more he

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will not be I can see you will assign a histogram with a red cloak on it.

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On his Campbell coming to beta losing them a collection my Muslim

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so he talked him out of his assault to assume that when you do this, you're walking in the footsteps of the prophets before you

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know you're not only walking with me so Allah Allah be someone who would have been more than enough. But you're walking in the footsteps of Adam and Noah and Ibrahim and Musa and everyone everyone did this everyone who could. Everyone who had the ability to do this they performed this hijacked some point one point in their lives. Because it is the awesome hygiene for everyone it was it's not specific to our Mila is for part of our incarnation, not hoster Lochside No, it's hostile to the Kaaba specifically hedgerows for the comma. So I thought to Islam would go Yanni but on his way to Tameka performing me and him entering

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the generations about his head Germany over the course of the next maybe week or so I'll narrate for you after Isha a number of them. Last year I narrated I think around 25 Hadith. They're going to put them together as a

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as a playlist in Sharla on Facebook, someone's going to do that for me. And then we're going to maybe announced a little bit of a small competition for the younger people. See if I can get some of the kids to memorize the Hadith about his head Julius Ah, so they're very beautiful, very, very meaningful, because this was a very sentimental hedge. This was a sentimental hedge for everyone. For the Muslims were with him for him. It is so awesome specifically. And then because it right after that, it all ended like really, really, really quickly. Like he things changed really quickly after he came back out of your salon. So this was a very meaningful time. So yeah, Jamar Sheehan

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workable and as the hanyalah usados. I mean, he he he performed his head, on his feet on foot, like he walked from Medina to Mecca, he only would get on his horse or his camel when it became so busy because people everyone wants to be around him out of his soul. So you can imagine that everyone wants to be doing walking right behind him right beside him or learning from him. So every once in a while we got really, really busy to the point where he couldn't walk anymore. He was being squished. So they put them on the on the camera and that way they kept on you're able to move but for the majority of it, how do you slow through some performance hedge on foot?

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The whole time, he would walk in he would say you hold the one name and seeker come take your monastic from Mi Mi learn the rituals that I'm going to teach you. So if you go to the book, The Sahih Bukhari and Muslim and you take the narrations, Abu Huraira and Abdullah had been out in the US and then iterations of Lulu had been on us and others in Jeddah, then they point out the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, and they will point out exactly what he did. So when he came out of your slot to attend, and the first thing that he did, so he came a little bit early, he arrived and the first second or third day of the edge, so when he starts really is the eighth night, that's when it

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starts. But before before today about Office, you go to dinner, and then you go from Minar to alpha and then go from alpha to Mozilla and I'll talk about this next Sunday inshallah so if you if you don't know these things, I'll explain them to you then go to Mr. Even then it was anyway you sleep that night. And then you go from the gym, right? And then you night you sleep in Minar during the next three nights, and then you perform the last wife and then you and then you go home. And there's with a lot of details, obviously surrounding them. The body assembled first go and perform a camera. So he did tomato, as they call it. So he performed he did he did camera. So you went out you saw

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those around, and you describe him.

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I love this description. It's a basis.

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He describes him for us and he tells us for Dr. Dre salatu salam al haram. Baba bestellen Mahajan, he goes and he takes the hudgell the hydrolysis with the Black Rock, it goes to that will istilah what it means is that it put your hand on it. For the Hydra specifically, you can kiss it or you can just stand there and say Bismillah Allahu Akbar. These are all types of ways of performing SLM. So we'll go and install them and how generally you're salatu salam, and then he would go and he performed his tawaf color photography will beat some other habit ulama POM Ibrahim then he went to the to the place where Ibrahim Ali he said I'm stood for about Hoffa kala what does he do me

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Muhammad Ibrahim mo Salah you will recite the verses any idea about both oh my god I don't know my karma but you know whom obey no God but to your Salah like it any goofy Hema full URL curfew rule never called who Allah who had you go and he would pray to like putting the makan between himself and the Kaaba. And when you watch this, it's like whatever just having like a little bit of a kind of a zoomed out version just watching the profit of the history to us that I'm just performance hedge, just perform his rituals just do his thing out of your slot. You can't when you go do that you can't always do exactly what he did out of his slot. Awesome. And honestly, I would say don't

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preoccupy yourself with doing exactly what he did. Because that's him performing his rituals. Again, this is his home. In many ways that his home he knows exactly. He knows everything about this place when you go focus on the bigger picture of what you're doing. Focused on performing or collage and making your DUA focus on the bigger stuff. Just don't. If you get too preoccupied with trying to do everything, you'll just end up in a position where you're always squished and you can't get it done and you're getting you're getting trampled by people and mistreated. So don't just don't get too preoccupied with the little details, but show up

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I chose to work on Python Madhava eel Messiah, he goes over to qualify side or suffer at isla. He goes to the software and he gets on top of it

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while you're while Kappa, so he's he kept he goes up to the software. So if you go to the Haram you'll see that some you can you can still do it today like if you go on the software on a certain angle you can see the Kaaba but Ravalli is awesome. We go and install stuff and recite in the software well in other words, I mean in sha Allah He from an agile beta we are tonnara phylogenet highly powerful became Elementor Powassan, Allah Shakira and Eileen was down on the sofa, and he would position himself so he could see the Kaaba, and then he would stand there and make dua, if we will unsalted data, who and all the Onsala are standing right under him. Allah has salatu salam,

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like right on Mostafa with him and he's standing there called Muhammad Allah, wa who are some

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Kabbalah some Muhammad Allah wa Hui Masha Allah Who drew you and make you with praise Allah invocate and make dua and then he will do tell me on TV and then go back and praise Allah and make dua.

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And when you look at, if you're able, if you're able to

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visualize this image in your mind, of him out of your sight to some standing there

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is just the moment it must have been such an amazing moment. Because as he's standing there, he starts saying law in the law, who had the hula Shan eCola.

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And just Awada

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was sort of God.

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Was that mela Haza?

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Us and as he stood there, he will say the illallah

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wa, there's no one else but him. And just Elijah, he came through with this promise.

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Was not Dukkha the he was honest and truthful with his servant, husband. Danny beat the Confederates on his own subhanaw taala what he was saying that we say this all the time, when you do eat, we go for eating shallowly, another 10 days or 12 days, we'll sit together and we'll be doing it will we say the same words La ilaha illa. Allah azza wa jal Kawada. What else are out there who I joined? And what? But that those words were extremely personal to him out of his love to sit down? None of you are. I wasn't a part of that setup. I wasn't there. I didn't attend that. We say it because that's what he said that he has sought to say, but we weren't there for it. But what he's saying

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these words, and I'm just glad that he came through with this promise. He's speaking to Allah subhanaw taala in something very personal between him and God. You came through you came through with your promise. What's left is for me to come through with mine was not the cup the hand everything you told me was truthful and righteous and happened? Exactly. You told me.

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And you'll be alone that day, that day where we were all doomed to die. You saved us that day. He is reminiscing on his own life. It has a lot to say I'm on on the story of what actually happened.

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As he stands on that mountain, I'll suffer the same mountain he stood on 20 years before and was cursed out by his family member and told to get down and be quiet. The same mountain he stood on 20 years before where he came in. He told them

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there was more to come and they're doing a harder job a lead generation you really do ano de la la cama. Quinta most of the day if I told you there was an Army right behind this little mountain over here, ready to ruin you. Would you believe me Acoma, your Robina Alagar Kadima to never lie before for coilover in Nina de Ron Lacombe in area dementia leading for Bula illAllah. So they curse them out. And they say, so he has to get down out of his sight to a sermon. And now he stands there with 100,000 people at his feet.

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That's why I want if one day, I need to go back and attend this. Once we go back to Allah subhanaw taala what I want, I want to go back and attend this, I need to see this. And this I can almost see it but I want to be I want to, it must have been amazing. It must have been moments of just pure because I think it's taught to us and came to Allah with pure gratitude, with nothing but gratitude, with nothing but humbleness and a feel of true belonging as he stood out to your soul to us after 20 years of struggle, after how many people died. He stands there all by yourself. Just like he did the first time around. But now 100,000 People at his feet listening to him Oh as he makes up for all of

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them. And then he performed to say Allianz todos I mean those are things he goes tomorrow what does the same thing comes back to the same thing? Cultural Mostafa

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karma Hayato but Allah Azza wa sallam machete Berman zamzam he performed his Kimani. Zamzar Faqad widow Allah tanzu fee Beatty Kailasa Why don't you put your house go to your house Mikado hotel Baraka Lana athlete on beta while you're lucky give me a house. Arcade immunopositive his cousin had torn down his home. They demolished his house for him it started and rebuilt another one and sold it to somebody

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after he didn't leave me a hospital stay in during time so

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We seen in this $10 slot was slapped it will stay there for the next few days until it was the time for until all but of course the judges are you guys ready?

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Guys ready? Okay. Okay, so I'll start with that. So so so next week we'll go through a little bit the brothers and sisters will do a little bit of a hammer presentation it won't take the whole time so I'll have some time at the end of it to actually share with you the continuation of the story because the climax of the story is not there yet. The the high point of the story is when he actually addresses everybody this is all happening and he's standing there and he's making drying and the people around him but it's when he actually addresses every one of the day of alpha and the day of now that I think the story comes to its peak and we'll share that with you in sha Allah Tala

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yeah next after they do the presentation next week and hopefully the week after everything that's out I hope that was helpful to you so if I go behind the camera let you know hello and we will do really well so Allah who was telling me about like r&b You know Muhammad while early he was abused by angels looking looking and particle of equal Santa Monica

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Go ahead.

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Salam Alaikum everybody

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so we're gonna get started shortly the game code is 2405396 For those who can't see in the back control

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to 405396 is the game code

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we'll get started a one minute so if you haven't joined yet and you want to join please do that as soon as possible inshallah.

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Please don't put any silly names

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when the clock hits 1029 inshallah we're gonna get started

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Okay anybody need any any extra time go quick quick

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we're gonna start actually go

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I wonder who's playing as me

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okay I look like I said

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it's 13 or 12 questions in total inshallah?

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Question one what was another name of homage of year nine

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Yes, there was a year of delegations. All this stuff, by the way was mentioned in the lecture. So if you guys are paying attention closely, then

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should be should you should get all this correct because we'll go to the next one shall the

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question to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was from

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we thought or a beer. Which one

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if you remember, there was something said about the bandits of the tribe. Yep. Perfect. The correct answer wasn't matar and 32 people got that correct. We'll see the leaderboard now.

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Okay, first place we have Mohammed.

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That's probably like half the people in here. Second place we have AD

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Third place we have Kadeem Ma, sha Allah

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keep it up. Okay, we'll go to the next question.

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Did you want to stop talking just skip to the next one

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the nanites are direct descendants of the Prophet Ibrahim Is that Is that true or false? So also said in the lecture

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by the way the quicker you answer the more points you get so even if you get the correct answer the faster you answer that you'll get more points.

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Masha Allah majority of guys got that correct.

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Add has moved to first place Kadeem and second Achmed and third Masha Allah

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question for

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the people responsible for gatherings The cats were called the anatomy so hobby

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January loose or mad

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I'm gonna go play

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I know when to slow down

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the correct answer was a matter Masha Allah okay, we're going to see the leaderboard Hassan and first place add in second place

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exosite The dean age 24 interplays

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Okay, fifth question for a society to thrive finances must be

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is that centralized? Decentralized, cryptocurrency or invested? Was the correct one.

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mentioned in the hotbar and today yes Masha Allah

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one person put cryptocurrency

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Okay, we have AD still in first place Ahmed in second and in third place exocytic Dean H 24.

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Okay, we'll go to the next question Sharla

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question six by the end of the four month ultimatum majority of the tribes had either or they not accepted Islam did they leave the Arabian Peninsula

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did they accept Islam or did they go into battle

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Yes correct. Yellows correct masala majority you guys got that correct again.

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leaderboard is not changed. MashAllah you guys still be has the highest answer streak of five be

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Okay, next question. Question seven. This is a multi select Zubaydah was known for his

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strength or wealth you can multi select so maybe a couple alright. Maybe three or eight maybe all of them are right. Or maybe one is

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up to you to choose

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Yes, masha Allah.

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Okay, ad is still in first place. That is in second place, and Jay is in third place.

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So, okay, the main idea of cabs poem was when he recited it to the Prophet sallallahu sallam was that his story when he was traveling, was that how he became strong as a person?

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How he regrets everything, or how he lost everything. What was the correct main idea of his poem?

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Perfect, Masha, Allah.

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Okay, leaderboard, the top two are the same. We now have Ahmed in third, J and fourth and Kareem in fifth mashallah, Mashallah.

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Okay, we'll go to the next question. Question Nine. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away blank. months after the farewell hide. How many months was that? Was it one

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was it two? Three or four?

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Yes, correct.

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Add is in third first. J is in second

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there's third place.

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XO Saturday in 24 H something yeah how many people attended the farewell hedge

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100 200 300 or 400,000 people

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Yes, that's correct. That is correct. Mashallah.

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I am off the leaderboard

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Addison first j is in second and Kadeem is in third.

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Okay, this is a multi select question. Remember the definition of love bake?

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multiple of these are correct.

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I'll give you a hint.

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maybe two, maybe three, maybe all of them. You choose

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if you remember Shannon's description of the word, the bake

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Yes, so whoever chose all of them got the most points. So we'll go to the next question. The last question real quick. Okay, we're gonna see the leaderboard after this. The prophets Allah wa sallam was the scribe to first blank during his ombre did he first pray to to cause at the Kaaba that he first put his hand on the black stone that He first go to the macabre him or did he first do toe off?

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Which one is correct?

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First thing he did an order it was mentioned.

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Yes, blue is correct. Now we're going to see the podium before then, third place

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some alloy

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second place electric. And in first place we have

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J Jai

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Ma sha Allah Ma sha Allah, masha Allah. Okay. I will get you guys a gift cards afterwards in sha Allah, we're just going to have the the event for Asha prayer. Is that Kamala Okay, Ron was said Amati Kuma rahmatullah wa barakatu.

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Oh who

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or who

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law or

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a shadow

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mother was you know

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I shadow and

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there was no law

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a lot

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of work

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