Ammar Alshukry – Friday Night Lights – The Slander of Aisha

Ammar Alshukry
AI: Summary © The importance of learning and gaining insight into oneself is emphasized, along with the universal rule of staying at a spot when in a group. The cultural values of Islam include witnessing before one becomes a Muslim person, the consultation that occurred between two people, and the controversy surrounding Messiah's death. There is a need for positive experiences and building positive relationships, especially during busy holiday seasons.
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It was like visiting him and concealed I should have Allah Allah Allah. Mohammed Abdullah Sulu.

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Salatu Salam Ra I'm about to Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Welcome, everyone, to tonight's or this week's session of Friday Night Lights and Hamdulillah. Today, we are going to be reflecting on a very, very difficult moment in the seal of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and it is one that Allah subhanaw taala revealed about in Surah to note and described it as being something that was not to be perceived as bad for the believers but rather it was good for the believers and it is filled with lessons that we need to appreciate until today. And so inshallah Tao will be reflecting on some of those lessons and that is the accusation or the slander that happened against our mother, Aisha Radi Allahu anha. And so, what we'll be doing is

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that this is actually a very long Hadith that I shot the ALLAH and he describes herself and so I'll be Charlotte Allah reading the translation of the Hadith, and then the musharaf Inshallah, tada will basically just be popping back and forth, in and out inshallah Tada with different lessons and different thoughts, and we'll try to keep it as fluid as possible Inshallah, to Allah

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to keep the story intact, and then inshallah to Allah after we go over the Hadith, we're going to go over inshallah Tada the verses that Allah subhanaw taala revealed in regards to this episode, and so you'll see the incidence of the sila and then you'll see how much the context allows for deeper appreciation of the verses inshallah Tada. So that's what we're going to do. This is actually sponsored, in partnership with Clear Lake Islamic Center of course, with a course by Chef commanded maki called confidential the deceit of Surah Noor through a motive Institute. This is a online course that is actually being launched right now Chef Gamal has taught this course on the tafsir

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surah. To note in many cities throughout the world and hamdulillah it's actually been recorded online for an online audience. And it is available now in sha Allah to Allah and we'll be sharing in sha Allah Tala the link to get access to it, for those who are interested in registering for that course and shot at that as the evening proceeds. But for now, insha Allah to Allah will begin with the Hadith. And so

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before I begin reading, actually, if any of them shot would like to just jump in with an introduction, or should I just jump right into the Hadith?

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Okay, told the chef, you have something No.

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Okay, so Imam Al Bukhari, he reports this hadith and portions of it in his book of Tafseer at his chapter of deceit as well as the book of witnesses, and you'll see why as well as well as the book of military expeditions. And Muslim reports it in the book of repentance and so it's in what in Muslim eyeshadow, the line her she says

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whenever ALLAH SubhanA dot and she's the wife of the province of Elijah said and of course she says, Whenever Allah's Messenger SallAllahu is intended to go on a journey, he used to draw lots amongst his wives and would take with him, the one on whom the law had fallen. And once he drew lots when he wanted to carry out a visa and the lot came upon me, he wanted to carry out an expedition and the lot came upon me. So I proceeded with Allah's Messenger cellulitis. And after Allah's order, availing the woman had been revealed. And thus, I was carried in my holder on a camel, which is basically a

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it's it's a it's a contraption in which the woman can be carried on a camel and she's completely veiled. Do you have a better description of an English it's known as a sedan as Ed an, and it's basically a wooden frame, and it has curtains on all sides, and the woman would go inside that, and then they will take that and put it on the back of the camera.

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But in English, actually, in English has two names. They call it a holder with an age and a sedan. So there's two names for

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just, you know, how do you think the bees are Salam filled with lessons? Okay? So just one thing to think about it, as the as the Hadith goes, see how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam whenever he travels, he wants his wife to be with him. So that's a very important lesson that you know, your wife is your partner, your husband is your partner. Sometimes people live very separate from each other. They know nothing about you. They don't share their life together. Why didn't it be so solid? Maybe you would assume going for our battle and going for a journey that does consider if you think about it at that time, just as main thing? No, but didn't that be so solemn, his wife will come with

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them, and he will be in the company of her talking to her, you know, even in some narrations where

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better than him an actual, they'll race with each other, this also one of the journey in the battle. And it's so important to be part to things. It's so important for the husband, to make sure that his spouse is partner with him in his life, share with him has his life, whatever important for him. But also it is important for the wife to make sure that she's also part of his life. Because sometimes some times I noticed sister the not even interested to know what he's doing, where he's going, what he's, you know, being part of his life, as you also being part with her together. So that's one thing. There's other things unless you guys want to have a lot of things, but I don't know how we're

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going to finish in the hour but

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for example, the poem drew lots with his wives and the scholar says permissible they say three prophets drew lots and they are

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you in a salad Salam Asahiyama Academy number 18. When they were on the boat, he drew lots and the career they drew lots to see who was going to get full of Maria Maria Annie sponsor Maria, and third Mohamed Salah Sinha. But they say it's permissible when all like this, their situation is all the same. Like he wants to go to heights. He has three wives. What if he takes the first one she's your favorite if he takes, so he draws lungs? But if they said if it's not fair, one of them is, let's say terminally ill and she won't be here next, then he has to take inland. Yeah, for example, in modern days, we got a question about what if we go to the emergency room three people have the same

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exact situation, you know, the need one we have only one life support and they are the same age, same time of arrival. What do we do in this case? You know what draw it's basically became your champions you know three winners and you only have one gift for one person in you do so there's a lot of rules also shows as individual some very fair with his wife Salah

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and you know, just as well but he just not going to pick someone from his own salon.

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So, she said, the left fell upon me we carried on our journey. And then what are the hijab here means the veil of the face when I accepted the law and as she said and the hijab was revealed is veiling the face because veiling the face for Mahato Momineen was watching was made obligatory, doesn't mean that before this incident, the process items wives used to show their hair or anything like that. No, they but the Manhattan woman in the process items wives, their face was must to be covered and to be veiled completely from foreign salmonella. Matt said no, this is extended to all woman not only the prophet of Solomon's wife, but all woman hears this debate but everybody agree

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that this was specifically related to the Omaha to Momineen the wives of prophets are awesome so you understand what she meant by that. So she says we carry it on our journey and when Allah's Apostle had finished his campaign and returned and we approached Medina, Allah's Messenger cellulitis, and ordered us to proceed at night, when the army was ordered to resume the homeward journey. I got up and walked on till I left until I left the army camp behind. When I had answered the call of nature, I went back towards My House, and behold, a necklace of mine, behold, a necklace of mine, which was made of a black bead or Onyx was broken, and I looked for it. And my search for it detained me. So

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she's looking for her necklace, and it detained her. And she said, the group of people who used to carry me came and carried my hold on to the back of my camera on which I was writing.

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Considering that I was in it, at that time, women were light in weight, and were not fleshy for they used to eat little food. So those people did not feel the lightness of it while raising it up. And I was still a young lady. They drove away the camel and proceeded.

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What's, what's beautiful here is their good manners. So let's say there are four men and their job every time they stop, when it's time to go to leave again, the four men or however they pick up different sides of the whole dodge, they put it on the back of the camera and they leave. So she's saying I was thin, and Young was about 12 or 13 years old, so they didn't realize how light it was. They didn't feel the difference. So they thought she's inside. But that indicates how well mannered they were. And they didn't speak to her. Even though it wouldn't be wrong to say Salam Alikum Are you ready is Mala we're gonna pick it up, but they never spoke to her so they thought she was inside

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they put on the back of the camera and they left. Also from from this incident you see

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That experience is the best teacher. So I shot all the Alana how she loses her necklace. And she goes and searches it for herself. And then she's going to experience everything that we're going to experience in this story. Later on in another expedition, she loses her necklace again, this time, she doesn't look for it, what does she do, she tells it also lost a lot like this and love, and he has the entire army look for it. And that's in the famous story of how the moon came about. And so through experience, you become a lot wiser and you know how to react to situations better.

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If you learn from your experience, exactly. If you learn from Arizona, another thing here before we pass as well.

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You know, it is natural that you love your own stuff.

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You know it to love your journey to love a shirt to love something materialistic like that somebody will think being religious, it means I have no attachment to the dunya at all. I don't care about anything in the dunya I don't care about any jury to care about a critic clause any cotton that's not true. You know, she loves that and she wouldn't back to look for it. You know, this is something so dear to it. And there is even explanation and other narration why since do so dear, because was giving to her, I think by his mother by her mother, if I'm not mistaken, and something that to value to her. And guess what, in the bisol Salam, whenever she said to something of value to her, he

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considered something of value and the incident with the stop to look for it. I always say can you imagine if you travel with your wife? And you know, and you got to leave the hotel, you checked out from the hotel on the air now in the car, you're gonna go catch the air, the airplane to the flight? And then the question, oh, I forgot my ring

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in the bathroom, and then the hotel? What would you say at that time, and nobody so stopped the whole entire army and they had to stick even. He stopped everybody to look for it. It wasn't mad at her that she wants to look stole a lot today. Some people would say Who told you to bring it?

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It'd be very sad to see that. And maybe some take that he's very considerate. Yes. And also the issue of she said, at that time woman did not carry weight because they don't eat so much show you how rough tau for rough life is. And also shows you that this would make you gain this.

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Eating is the reason really for you to gain weight. So watch what you eat. Absolutely. I keep saying no to the food but doesn't listen.

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She says Then I found my necklace after the army had gone. And I came to their camp but found nobody there. So I went to the place where I used to stay thinking that they would miss me and come back in my search. While I was sitting at my place. I felt sleepy and slept

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it's a smart point, which is that when you get lost or when you lose people that you just stay put in the last place where they they remember you so that they can come back to it. Yeah, absolutely. If you're on a caravan, the last two groups, you go back to the last point, what do you lost them? You know, this is a general universal rule. If you're hiking, if you are even for me as a diver, when we dive in, we get separated from our group, the rule is this. You look for, you know, 10 seconds, you just look around to look around, you count, like 1001 1000 to 10 seconds, nine seconds. If nobody out there, you just go up and you stay up. You don't stay down, you go up in the same

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spot. Why don't you stay down, you're gonna run out of air. And the current will take you without you realizing that you're moving. But up, there's more reference you can have anyway. So the sooner universal rule is stay where you're at, you don't move kids. If you lose your your parents, you don't go look for them, you just stay where you lost them. And you stay until they come to you.

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So she slept Zakah fed, she slept. And someone had been walked on a tsunami was behind the army. And he had started in the last part of the night and reached my stationing place in the morning and saw the figure of a sleeping person. He came to me and recognized me on seeing me because he used to see me before the hijab or the veil.

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So the first thing is,

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if you want to like feel the story, any story you reading or the theater, you put yourself in their place. So she's 12 years old or 13. And she's in the middle of this desert at night and she says I got sleepy and I slept that normal no would you sleep? You stay awake all night you hear a sound through a rock that way go away. You're not going to sleep you wake up there's a hyena in your face. So the scholar said that when someone sleeps at a time of difficulty

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That is indication of assistance from Allah azza wa jal, I was told the youth, except if you're studying late night for your exam, if you feel sleepy, that's not an indication, then so far I have not done as well. I mean, the Kewanee he used to the scholar said that he used to oversleep he would sleep a lot his people also oversleep. So whenever he wakes up, he just gets up and follows the army and that's why he was behind them.

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Why he was behind the army.

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Why he comes not only because he's asleep sleep late,

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because always those people stay behind the Army. After the army move the come after everybody left wide. If somebody dropped something, they pick it up if somebody's sick, they will attend to that sick person somebody lost so the guide them so this is his job. And that's so soldiers. Show you that in Ibiza, Salah was very good planner. When he planned a journey when he planned something he planted very good. And also shows you that in every cell, Salah divide roles, everybody has a role to play in the journey. And this is something we can learn whenever we travel, I always want to tell us, hey, my kids, you in charge of this, you're in charge of God in charge of this. So it's a very

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good habit to have when you travel with your family to give an assign each one of them are all and you could even say assigning roles according to people like if he's a heavy sleeper anyway, that this is a this is a good rule for you that you follow us anyway. So something quick about self one. This was it was said that this was his first battle. This was his first expedition with also the loss of Elijah Sydenham, or it was also said that it was 100 up and he was murdered in Azerbaijan in the year 19. The Hijra and so he sees I shot the line hmm. And he recognized her before the hijab he knew what she looked like from before. And so she said, I got up because of his saying in that Illa

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who were in LA Rajon, which he uttered which means to Allah who belong and to Him we return that's normally set at a time of calamity. And so he uttered on recognizing me, I covered my face with my garments and by Allah He did not say to me a single word except in Allah Who na de la Jeroen. Till he made his camel his Shi camel kneeled down, where upon he trod on its four legs, and I mounted it. Then someone said out leading the she camel that was carrying me till we met the army while they were resting during the hot mid day. Okay, so one thing here is, I used to always wonder why he never said she said, What will lie? He never said the word to me. And I didn't hear anything from

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him except in the low in the low on his own. So I used to wonder like, why didn't he ever say anything? Why didn't he say, are you ready? You know, the Campbell gets up. It's difficult. Okay, you ready? I'm about to get the Camel Up. What happened to you? Why are you here in the middle of the desert? You know, he had I'm sure a lot of questions. It's always wonder, I found one scholar, he made a nice comment. He says, I inserted the Allahu Anhu is 12 or 13. And so far have been marked, but he is well below and he was a grown man. And he saw how, for lack of a better term awkward this look, just him alone with isobella. So he purposely didn't say a single word, just so

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that nobody will say anything. And he and she can say he never said a word to me. So I don't know that expression made a lot of sense to me that that's why he never spoke. And the other thing I want you to just pay attention if we get to the if later on. She said we overtook them, when during the extreme heat of midday, that's when they caught up with the army. We just remember that for later.

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She said for her molto GBG Babbie I Hemanth. I put my camera on my face when he came. That's one of the strongest evidence that the scholars who believes covering the faces must because that explain what an oran says when you're bringing them home or when that they should come use their

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they should use their thema to cover themselves. So I actually knew when she said that I put my femur on my face I obey. So the females job is to cover the head and to cover the face, not just to go around the face. So this is one of the biggest article or the strongest argument that this group of scholars have in regard to this issue. Yes. So they meet the army, they come to where the army is. And then she says, Then whoever was meant for destruction, sorry, just also it's important when there is a calamity, what you say in

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Zakat look at so after this, she said and then whoever was meant for destruction fell in destruction because of what transpired after that. And then she says

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and the leader of the if,

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and if means what she

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Come on

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Okay, so if base this is this is known as the incident of the IFF what does this word mean? So if is a stronger than al Qaeda, al Qaeda is one what you have spoken does not match the truth. But a lie can have some truth to it. Yeah, no, totally you should Hamas dog is vicious and his dog is actually very friendly. So was this completely untrue? There was some truth what is that?

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He has a dog, right? But if I told you I'm not his dog is so friendly. But Shamar hates dogs doesn't have a dog allergic to dogs never in his life thought of getting a dog. Is there any truth now? No. So that's why they say Efika che either accountable who and watching when something is completely flipped flipped over and there is no, no hint of truth to it. That's an IF stronger than a lie which could have some truth. So Allah called the if, because there's absolutely nothing true, completely flipped over. And incidentally, on the same note, Allah azza wa jal called the villages of Sodom, or luta la sallam, he referred to them as death seeker from the same root because there were flipped

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over. So it indicates there's no truth whatsoever in it. Very good. So does that go ahead. So she says,

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and the leader of the if the leader of this slander was, I believe in a wave in salute, who's the head of the Manasa T. After this we arrived at Medina and I became ill for one month while the people were spreading the Ford statements of the people of the IFFT and I was not aware of anything.

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Usually when there is a fitna

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look what who is behind the fitna

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how there is always somebody that is a figure who always cause problems, who always like to spread rumors, who always like to talk about people, there is somebody always take a lead as good as a lead. That's always the issue. When there is a fitna in any community, especially if it has to do with rumors and slanders and an accusation there is someone always there in the dark coward cannot face people cannot be in the light he's in the shadow leading that

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so make sure that you don't be that leader and make sure that you don't follow such leader.

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Also, you see the the look for of Allah subhanaw taala with Aisha that he made her sick, that she's completely clueless and so you see this design of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada that she's sick for this entire month while all of this is happening outside she's not aware of it otherwise it would have given her to no end for her to experience that her pain would have been multiplied who knows how much

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can you imagine double sick you sick from this saying? And physically sick? You mean psychologically and physically? Absolutely. Just to prove your point. When she got better, and she heard the news, she got sick again. Right? As she's gonna say in a bit, so I'm gonna love it hamdulillah so she said, and she was clueless she was not aware of anything but what arouse my doubt while I was sick, was that I was no longer receiving from Allah's Messenger satellite is sending them the same kindness as I used to receive when I fell sick. Allah's Messenger SallAllahu Sallam would enter upon me

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and say a greeting and add How is she? Or how is that lady? And then depart she said that arouse my suspicion, but I was not aware of the propagated evil till I recovered from my ailment

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just so I mean, that how was that lady might sound cold but it was actually an endearing way keep a deep woman doesn't mean that lady referring to her but he's like referring to her in the third person it's like a nice way okay.

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What I should also here saying

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in the normal situation when I am not feeling well, in Ibiza Sanlam will show extra attention to her he will be comforting her more when she going through hard time he will be showing more love more caring.

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But she said this time I didn't see that from him. So that means there is something wrong there is many things here that can be learned and relationships number one that actually that the husband or wife both ways if you know that your partner if you know that your spouse, okay, your result is going through a hard time. It can be physically because they are sick please don't say oh, that's men issue. That's right. You guys men are just always complain. No

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We get sick umana time, we're more than you. And we don't say anything. He doesn't need that point. He wants you to show him More comfort, more. Nice talk. Also, she said, I told you so did it. I told you don't work the whole night, I told you don't carry that. That's what you get. That's now your back hurts you because of that. No yaki, she doesn't need that from me, she needs that attention. She needs that, you know, it's a long day of work. Also, psychologically, if they're going through, you know, maybe tense, maybe they are upset, maybe they are depressed, or whatever the issue is, it doesn't need to be also physically, make sure that you are there for your spouse, show that extra

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attention. And there is something I'll tell you, personally, I learned

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when people are physically or psychologically overwhelmed, and not feeling good.

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By nature, they are not nice.

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I found like, when I'm too tired, I'm not the nicest person. Like I'm not as nice as I'm not tired. Or I'm so sleep, I'm exhausted, I have pain in my back, or my knees or whatever, or have a problem thinking about, you know, I'm behind on rent, and I don't have money to pay, you know, whatever the issue is, I am tensed, I'm not going to be normal. That's right.

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So when I deal with my spouse with this attitude, and your spouse comes back with a harsh attitude, what do you think that is, it also is going to be

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it escalate.

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That's why when someone's not feeling good, it's so important for you to be extra nice. So you de escalate. He will not be nice. She will not be nicely monogamy. But you know what? Don't ask like, just be nice extra night show extra care for him and for her until things get better.

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What about the idea that Rasulullah sallallahu is and is only coming in? And the only thing he's asking her is how she's doing even though he's hearing news of this incredible, slender. He's not she's not being told, wake up. Let me ask her what's going on? What is what's the scenario? What's what happened? What didn't happen, all of that type of stuff, which is a very normal human response. And yet also the last Eliza dem is showing incredible silver in this incident.

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Because it's not about him. It's about her too. She's not feeling well, that's not the right time to talk about this. He waiting salAllahu alayhi wasallam. You know, until the right time comes, you need to put it back. No, you just pushed it out.

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So in the midst of sort of waiting, he doesn't want to add more stress on her. That's very nice point actually. No, it's almost some people don't care, you know, he will wake her up from the sleep Hey, of what happened. And just because it's about you with this not shouldn't be the case. Also in the business, even with all this he still care about her and asking her about how she doing.

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So she said, that arouse my suspicion, but I wasn't aware of the propagated evil till I recovered from my ailment. Sorry, no prompt. Yeah. Can I say one more thing? Yes.

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It's good to have a good emotional intelligence

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is so important. Emotion intelligence is so important. She understood that there is something going wrong with him.

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Even though he didn't say, but she felt that she understand it is so important that we understand each other to read somebody. But again, it's not a riddle, but game between. You have to be clear with each other. But it's so important for you to kind of read the person what do you think? shakaama? Yes, psychologists, they call it rogue traits. You have a child that's very talkative at dinner, but at dinner, they're very quiet. I mean, something is wrong. So so she knew something was wrong, and something was different. And she picked it up. That's what emotional intelligence

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so she says

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I was unaware of the propagated evil till I recovered from my ailments. I went out with a Mr. To answer the call of nature, and towards the place where we used to relieve ourselves and use not to go out for this purpose except from night to night. And that was before we had laboratories close to our houses. And this habit of ours was similar to the habit of the old Arabs in the deserts or in the tents concerning the evacuation or their use of the laboratories for we considered it troublesome and harmful to take lavatories in the houses. So I went out with a minister who is the daughter of a bureau, they've been abdomen AF. And his mother was the daughter of SA even either and

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who was the auntie Abu Bakr was so deep and her son was Mr. Hibino.

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With artha. And so this is a relative work. She's a relative of a worker. And when we had finished our affair Mr. Hanna had

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came back towards our house or my house and Ole Miss the stumbled over her rope. Whereas she said that I said, mister, she said, may miss La, be ruined her son. She says, Mom, she said may miss debut, she she tripped over her cloak, and she said, my mistake can be ruined. And I just said, I said to her what a bad thing. You've said, Do you abuse a man who has taken part in the Battle of better? She said, Didn't you hear what he said? I said, and what did he say? She then told me the statement of the people of it, which added to my ailment.

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So they said, so his mother, she almost tripped and fell on her face. And she said this about her son. So the scholar said, What does that have to do with her tripping? What does that have to do with her son? So some said that she wanted to bring up the topic. Others said that maybe she was telling as she was showing Aisha that I'm on your side, I almost tripped and I'm cursing my son, because I'm on your side, not on my son's side. And others said, It's like saying, I almost fell on my face. And that's because of the doing of my son because of what he said that the whole family is going to be in danger. You know, Allah destroyed nations for offending their product, the profit

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before so she's saying it's as if saying, that's because of my son's doings that I almost fell on my face. Allah Allah which which one

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could be she just really upset her her son also could be just emotionally charged. And also, I mean, his mother's aware she's aware of the relationship that aboubaker has she's aware of the favor that Abubaker is doing for her son she's aware of how bad this is the her son returned that incredible favor with with with that type of retribution. So what's the favorite book was doing your son? We didn't get to it? Oh, we're gonna get to it inshallah. But he was he was spending money on him assisting him financially.

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There are several things here actually.

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One of them is

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Dean, before the blood, religion before the broad relation, she will cite an accident because that's the right thing. Even if it's against my own son. And you know what, it's easy to be against your husband to be against your,

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your brother, your parents, sometimes, but not your son.

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But he or she said, doesn't matter if she's like, tearing some slack just to support the eyes of the law. Eventually, anything from Irish or the Alana, but she's firm. She knows how novel this woman is. So Ben, that's how long do you know that this is how long? What's her Sundin? So this is something we should learn not because someone dear to you or can imagine sometimes we compromise Deen for people we don't even know for friends. And we will back by it with them and we will share with them and we will do just for them to pleases them. And we will favor them over the deen and that's not right. Another thing I love how the society this society

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religious religion religious values are really a great values in their eyes.

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spatula, any and I'm amazed by the difference between our time and their time when it comes to this area. So actual village, how can you even dare to see something like this about somebody witness better, because witnessing better is something of a great value in Islam.

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Today, it doesn't matter if this man a chef, if he's a scholar of his half of the Quran, if he is if she is Muslim, or movement or

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whatever it is, that's this does not have the greatest value in our mind and our heart. You know, what makes people value today? How much money how famous they are, you know, like he will look wow, to for example,

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a star or a Hollywood star or athletics or whatever. But when it comes to somebody with the religious values with half of the Quran or pattern Quran or a chef at a similar chef, you know it just it doesn't really matter much but look how they look at the doctor how they look up to the to the person who's rich is just wrong flat wrong.

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Yeah, go ahead. I just like your point is beautiful. She didn't say how could you curse your own son? Or how can you curse a believer she said Shahida burger, someone who attended but but it was a big deal. Very big deal.

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I like also the issue of the bathroom. I don't know if you have somebody

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yeah you know it's nice to be clean. The Arab they don't have the I don't know if you guys know how the coffee nature she said Aisha woman will go on the night house usually the city, the mustard in the center. Okay, what's around the mustard shops, shops market why

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easy access to Salah if they have questions they can go this is how Muslim city built then around the shops will comes houses then behind the houses, there are certain area designated for a woman when they want to go to relief. The filth. Okay. And there is another designated area for men. So this is woman area, let's say east and west, let's say for men. Okay, so when she said me and I must have ruined in the night Why so they are covered, it's not appropriate, you know, somebody like go oh, they go on to, to the bathroom. So kind of privacy. So they go on the night, and they don't eat so much. We only go once a day, you know. And what they do this area is they dig a hole and they

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relieve themselves on the cover of the hall. Okay, that's how in the old days, if you go if you ever went camping in a desert where there is no bathrooms, portable bathrooms like what we used to do with younger. That's how it is you just dig a hole and you

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cover it after that.

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We learned this from cats from you know, we do not

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take leave us alone the cover. But she said we don't like to keep bathrooms inside the house. Why smell bad? No Jassa. And that's why the honorably cared about that to keep their house clean. smell nice. And this is something we learned we should keep our homes clean and smell nice. That's something you should care for.

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It's also clear that she she says in the odd things that indicate that she's telling the story later on in her life because she's describing to them how we used to have bathrooms not like today the bathrooms were near the home. And also a number of times she says Back then I was young. So she's telling it

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later on in her life when she's older. This came to the Muslims after the mix with the Romans. The idea of having a bathroom inside the houses came from Shem from Syria, to the to the to the Arabs. This is the first time the notice that is available slowly said to others. But they used to have something to call Hirsch inside the house like in the corner for urinating but not the filth.

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So she said

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and the province of Eliza then came to her and said okay, fatigue boom. And then she said, how was that lady? Or how was she? And I said, Will you allow me to go to my parents? At that time I intended to be sure of the news through them. So she heard it from Ole Miss La but she's like, I gotta be sure. And so Allah's messengers, little light isn't allowed me and I went to my parents and I asked my mother, I said, Oh, my mother, what are the people talking about? My mother said, Oh, my daughter take it easy for by Allah there is never been a beautiful woman who is loved by her husband who has other wives as well, except that those wives would have thought and if they had they would

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try to overwhelm her or translation here says find fault in her, but try to overwhelm her. I said Subhanallah did the people really talk about that?

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And so she's going to her mom for consolation for her to be like, relieved. And in fact, she becomes even more overwhelmed at the idea that more and more people are talking about this. Why didn't she ask the Prophet also

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should go to her parents to find out.

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Again, just put yourself in her shoes.

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You can't ask the Prophet of Allah. Allah are people really saying you can't. And even with the parents who do you go to?

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Your mother right? Everyone has a nice father here. What? You go to your mother. When you go Yeah, some guy wants to marry you. Who do you told you daddy? You told your mom then she cooks his favorite meal then she breaks it to him after his nap.

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Not the rule.

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Okay, and so she said

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Subhan Allah did the people really talk about that? She said that night I kept on weeping the whole night until the morning. My tears never stopped, nor did I sleep and morning broke while I was still weeping. Allah's Messenger SallAllahu said but just to pause here and just appreciate the overwhelming nature of this news on your shoulder the Alana who's I shall I shall hold the line never, ever

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Her experience she said I was never aware of my parents upon a religion other than Islam. Like if you can imagine someone from a really righteous household, she is from the most righteous household ever. And then she enters into the most righteous household of all time. So she goes from the house of Abu Bakr Al Delano, to the house of Rasulullah Saba light, I said, that's her life up until that point. And so for her to shift commands point about being if, if there's anyone who's more distant from this reality at all, it would be a shadow of the law and her the Mother of the Believers. And now she's being accused with this.

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I, I attended chicken bass Rahimullah, my teachers used to be the grand mufti of Saudi Arabia, so many times when this hadith is recited in front of him.

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And every time I don't recall a single time, this didn't happen, that the chef and bass was not crying when this part is recited. When I said was you said, and I spent the whole night crying, and I did not stop, the crank didn't stop.

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And you might ask yourself, how this can make you cry.

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And that shows you the difference between a dilemma and the people of righteousness. And someone like myself,

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Because at this moment, we're talking about her mother.

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He realized that this is a description for his own mother, because all the prophets are Saddam's wife or Mahato, meaning the out of the Mothers of the Believers.

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The more you feel that connection, the more you will be so moved when you read this. If I now and I'm talking to you, I'm remembering some of the hardest moments of my mother's life.

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Walk into her when she is in her sickness, crying of pain.

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And Allah subhanaw taala tested her was so many diseases, Rahim Allah.

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i And so many times I couldn't am hopeless. I can't I don't know how to help her. And every time I remember that, it just brings tears to my eyes.

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And that's how you should feel about Azure of the Allah Anna, and how you should feel about much money. But this only comes based on how much Eman because she is the mother to you through your iman not through your blood.

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Your mother through your blood will naturally feel that. But this work this woman is only related to as a mother through your Eman, Manhattan minutes. She is the Mother of the Believers. The more Imani you have, the more you will feel that she is like she is a mother to me. He is a father to me salatu salam.

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And this is something you can fake it

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something he can feel it until your Eman is really strong.

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That you know that your mother going through that tough, hard time.

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Another reflections her mother, her mother. Her mother is so smart. Do you know what her mother did? She changed the subject did her mother told her about what people saying?

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She said don't worry, a beautiful woman like you to rebuild her self esteem.

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Because when you're accused, your self esteem goes down. You're beautiful. Then she said, Oh any woman like you who have other wives. Or when the man has other wives and other competitive they will be jealous. So she tried to change the subject completely about something irrelevant, because none of the other wives at first accused I showed anything. But she tried to change the subject. Don't worry about it. And she direct her to something else has to do with jealousy blah, blah blah. She's trying to make it easy on her role the Allah Allah.

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And so she the Prophet sallallahu Sallam then summoned who Sam Ebony's eight, and Adam Nebuta them? I shall have the line who says Allah's Messenger called Adam never thought it and wasabi with these eight when they did divine inspiration delayed in order to consult them as to the idea of divorcing his wife.

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I just want to make sure that Arabic has that.

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Yes, okay.

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So then she says,

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divorcing his wife with some babies. They told Allah's Messenger sobre la de Sydenham, of what he knew about the innocence of his wife and of his affection. He kept

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For her, he said O Allah's Messenger satellite isn't up she is your wife and we do not know anything about her except good. But I didn't have you thought about the line who said, or I didn't lie below the line who said O Allah's messenger. Allah does not impose restrictions on you. And there are plenty of women other than her. If you however, asked her slave girl, she will tell you the truth. I just said so Allah's Messenger calls for video.

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So here you have the consultation that happened between two things I want to point out number one, the delay of Ye is to me a proof of Prophethood What do you say shall come on no doubt because an imposter, they accused his family, he would just wait. Something is coming to me. Yes, my lord said she's innocent. Done in one second view. You don't wait a month. Right? You don't wait a month of pain. Because of that? Absolutely. Number two, you have the consultation that happened on pasture. I was watching one of these

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clay soft claim prophets, you know, in some branch of Christianity, there's all these people say the Prophet, he was in a show, I was watching him in the military. So hold on, hold on.

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Exactly what he did. Oh, my Lord said Trump will be back in August.

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I'm not making this up. It's like in the show. He's like, Oh, my Lord, tell me like he's a prophet. He just got a lot talk to him.

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So I even thought it gives the province the license, he gives him something that would seeking to quell the pain of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, he's simply saying that there are others if if this has caused you so much pain, and you're looking for a way to quell that pain, or to relieve that pain, then divorce her and marry someone else. But he's not necessarily telling him to divorce her to marry somebody else. But he's simply giving him options or presenting to him options. This would actually become something that, interestingly enough, later on in history, you'd see that Ben Omiya would hold against him, he shot me and Abdul Malik would later ask and say, Who is the one, we're

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going to get to this point over Allah Subhana. Allah says, Let the Toa kibra The one who, who who was basically the initiator of the IFF. And they used to hold that it was it and he thought it and that was because of a of a political issue, that Ben who may have had with it, I've never thought about the law and who and this was rejected by the element, but I just want you to see what they used as a, a accusation against the idea of the law. And this is the statement, then you can see how innocent that statement is, and how free from the accusation a little the line who was

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and to show you that it didn't mean anything, or accused of anything, that he actually give him the way to prove her innocence. Absolutely saying go ask her servant, buddy. And she'll tell you.

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So he knows, I remember. And by the way, yet, this statement was not 100% kind of lining up with Aisha, you expect a full defense of Aisha, he didn't do that. He just said to him to sort of Allah Salam, he was kidding about the process of it. And that's why I actually Alana, she never forget that too.

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And she brought it up several times in her life afterwards. It hurt her, she heard that she was told about that, and it didn't settle very well with her. And you can tell that this is something was not good, that she kept and human beings are human beings. So I want you to understand something from this. Be very careful what you say in the time of tension like this. Even if somebody like him level of action level, if it maybe taught him it is not easy, and it will cause sensitivity. So what do you think of some people like me and you and regular people, you have to be very, very careful. But here I didn't have the thought of also being honest. He's not trying to be pleasing Aisha is not

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you're pleasing it sharply. His main concern is to give the right advice to the prophets of Allah is Allah and that's something important when you consult people that they have no other motive other than what to give you exactly what they think is the right thing to do what for you a being sincere in his advice to the processor.

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Also, there's the point of why those two men why some of these aid and alumina Vitalia like why not work? Obviously, you know, why not work right? As his daughter, okay when I'm other than his other best friend, because these two men are gone. I know who they they grew up in his household. So there he's asking people from his home, not outsiders about it. Then there's another question. The proselyte knows she's innocent.

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And he's going to defend or in the member in a few minutes, you're gonna see. But yet he still asks someone who said, I didn't know we told him he goes to Azure, he asked her, Why is he asking if he's certain that she is innocent? Maybe we'll see that in in a little bit.

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There's also the idea of keeping it in the family. So keeping these problems keeping these conversations within the family scope and not bringing it outside, whether it be to a mother or anyone else. Also, scholars have mentioned why those two is because they were young, and that those who are young, are more inclined to be straightforward, and not be as political and aware of the consequences and they'll tell you what's on their mind and they'll tell you what they're thinking. So

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but he then said, so she asks buddy era who is Aisha servant, and he says, Oh, buddy, did you ever see anything which might have aroused your suspicion? As regards Ayesha burrito set by Allah who has sent you with the truth? I have never seen anything regarding Aisha which I would blame her for except that she is a girl who is of immature age who sometimes sleeps and leaves the dough of her family unprotected so that the domestic goats come and eat it

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so something about the suggestion of Alina Vitali, which was very brilliant. He said Ask the servant Variera. So, the servants You know, they live with you, they know all your secrets, you know? And so they're bringing the servant they're saying have you seen anything wrong? Now, if someone lived in your household was asked in front of like, say a judge, you know what flaws does this person have? And Allah He never wakes up for Fajr day and will just snoring. I don't see him reciting Quran he's always yelling in the house Michelle.

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And this is now the worst thing she has seen from Israel, the Allahu anha that she's a little careless. She will mix the dough fall asleep. And then the animals come eat it. That's it. If that's the worst thing you could say about me. I'll be mixing dough and just feeding animals and

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that's all she could say about her. So there's gold as you can see there in the Josephy of eyeshadow below. And that's the only thing the Serbian girl could think of that was bad about Asia. It's amazing.

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Luck, okay, so she says so Allah's Messenger SallAllahu Sallam got up and addressed the people. So he got up on the mimbar and he addressed the people and asked for someone who would take revenge on Abdullah Hypnobabies Edward Allah's Messenger SallAllahu Sallam all on the pulpit said all Muslims, who will help me against a man who has hurt me by slandering my family, by Allah I know nothing except good about my family, and people have blamed a man of whom I know nothing except good. And he never used to visit my family except with me.

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sigh they've been mad alongside he got up and said O Allah's Messenger suicide among others, the leader of an OC he's the

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One of the great Greek companions

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and he said, O Allah's Messenger, by Allah, I will relieve you from him, if he be from the tribe of an OC than I will execute him. And if he be from our brethren, the huzzah Raj, then give us your order and we will obey it. On that side of you. Nobody got up and he was the chief of the huzzah Raj. And before this incident, she said, and he was a pious man. But he was entitled, he said, I should says before this incident he had, he was a pious man, but he was incited by his zeal for his tribe. And he sets aside the minimum life by Allah, you have told a lie you shall not kill him and you will never be able to kill him. On that sad bit later, the cousin of side even when I've got up

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and said suicide didn't bother. You are a liar by Allah, we will surely heal him and you are a hypocrite defending the hypocrites. So the two tribes of an ocean of huzzah rich were riled up till they were on the point of fighting with each other while Allah's Messenger sublicensing was standing on the pulpit. Allah's Messenger SallAllahu Sallam continued quite an exam to they became silent whereupon he became silent too

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so basically

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maybe I shouldn't even bring this up but just in case someone's reading and you see how was it Saddam Nimrod suddenly died in a name by Nicola. You know, the, the opening and his known when Saudi died and then in this narration mentions him and this was the sixth year after Veydra and bundle Karela according to the consensus was on the fifth year after the Hijrah basically the way to reconcile it there's another narration that mentions it was stated earlier that got up in the beginning and Saudis know about the responded to him all right, if you understand what I'm saying, Don't worry about it. But if one day you reading and you see how is that possible? The other

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narration mentions another individual Allah Allah

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interview sal Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam addressed that issue to the public, to defend his wife, Sal, Allahu Allah Azza wa sallam, and to defend his honor.

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sometimes you have to, you know, hit the nail like that, like you have to face the issue. And that's what tends to be salsa limited. No more talk on the dark. He just made it so clear to them, Hey, you peep there is someone saying this that is some and seeing the businessman did not mention names because when it became names became what personal and create fitna. So in the midst of trying not to make it personalized, he says there is someone making, you know, causing problem and causing harm to me talk about the righteous man. And he recognized the righteous man which is Messiah and recognizes why salAllahu alayhi salam as well. And this is important. You know what, I am sick sometimes when

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we don't stand up for our spouses. You actually say to you know what, I'm gonna I'm not gonna allow anyone even my own parents to raise doubt about my wife. Always doubt about my husband. Always doubt about my family. You know, I'm if they're innocent, I will say it isn't if they're wrong, they're wrong. Also Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was very clear on firm about this. Another thing here? I don't know if you guys want to pick on that, but not or not. But

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if Joe couldn't do mushroom, yeah, and he, the whole entire Medina is so tense, is so tense. And the first one who stood up or say to me later or sad, or another Bible said, No, it wasn't signed and ready to his brother, actually, he is the one who said that. And it was just mistaken from the Rawi that he mixed between the two, the brother to the brothers. He stood up and he said that, and when he said, if it's from my tribe will take care of him. And if it is from their tribe, see what is it give me a permission and I will take care of it. The other tribe felt insulted. And now the discussion completely shifted. And the whole entire you know, focus wasn't something else. How dare

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you can someone from my tribe talk about your own tribe? No, we will kill him. Don't devalue our hypocrite for defending the hypocrites. See how things can escalate so fast. In Nabi SallAllahu, Sallam remain silent, because any moment at this point it add more gas to the fire. So you need to learn when to talk and when to stop talking. And in the midst of solemn being so big sign up like this have made them recognize that this was not right. He come

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them down and they'll be so solemn was angry because now the issue became very, very different than the issue itself, which is the slander and harm that it caused to the prophets or celebs and his family.

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Also, I think one of the things to, to understand is that with this slander of Aisha, I mean, when an ocean husbands are almost at each other's throats about to kill each other, who's who's happy about this, it's the one off at the this is this is their plot and action. This is their goal. And so when you hear about this slander that's happening, I guess I should make no doubt or make no mistake about it, that it is an attack on the person of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. That's why this entire episode is being magnified because it was the wife of Rasulullah Salallahu Salam and this was a way to harm him. Otherwise, I was just thinking there were I should it's half a night or

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however long it took for her to be or half a day as well. For her to be taken safely to the camp. I was thinking about the nature of cinema, cinema will delight and when she migrated from Mecca to Medina, she tells the story of how she had nobody to take her to Medina and it's just her and her child and who took her all the way to Medina. It was a single man from the mushy Nikita some right, it's some

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man of chivalry, took her from outside of Makkah and took her all the way to her husband, Abu sedima in Medina, and there was no slander there was no batting of an eye there. Nobody said anything, right because her husband is not also the loss of Eliassen and this is not a means for them to harm the prophets of Allah Islam or to harm Islam. And so you see this action or this this this this plan in motion against the province the whole idea is LM in this lender of Asia so

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you see today some people attack religious woman is done about this woman, it's about what they represent. Oh, those were not Bubba's oh they are this and this and that. Those woman's who are hijab they are this under the sun that we will see this slider you know even in some said, Oh, these Islamic slam assist whatever they call them, oh,

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this lie that they made up Jihad Nica okay there to these guys woman go sleep with men and marry a woman and this is their form of jet made up story made out

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and slandering

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is a man who his beard is cover half of his chest stood up in the Congress and said these people MSA is and Muslims organizations leaders that a woman's go sleep with men to get some intelligent and from them slander all Muslims.

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Woman and a testimonial that it's public testimonial

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like right after 911

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or around that time

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of Allah who the Quran Allah Karim Allah Allah who the Quran he disappeared May Allah never butter him back

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him or some people like him but those people it is the slander Is it is it is unfortunately I'm not gonna go beside one of the common thing I hear these mad to these people with beer the issue of these this slandering people of religion and the point is to attack the Dean dour all those people of Dawa those people who are you know phenomena Islami they are this This is slander is meant to destroy the whole entire work for Islam is not about one group is not one about many times this is a way to destroy the religion This is the essence of religion so be very careful from this kind of tongue

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just there is that as many points as well any worth but we want to speed up. Does that go ahead? So the province of Eliasson quels you can pass this she said what kind of Roger lon Sally even though he did not win the he stood up and said hello sod who said you will not kill him. He's from my tribe. You know, even though he said that she's but he's a righteous man and he don't let this incident make you judge him. He's a righteous man. But even righteous people at moment of anger can say something not appropriate.

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You know, that's not a problem. And I know people Allah I love them so much. I have so much respect of them. These said things snot, right, and I'm one of them. Sometimes we say things not appropriate, not correct. You just don't hold it against him. But be careful. Not because you're a good person. It means the bad things that you say become good. This

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still bad they still not right? But that doesn't mean I judge you. But this one is a mistake just let it go.

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And so the province of the lightest and I'm quells the people in the masjid and I should all the Alana is still crying she says, On that day I kept on weeping so much that neither did my tear stop nor could I sleep in the morning my parents were with me and I had wept for two nights and a day without sleeping and with incessant tears to lay thought that my liver would burst with weeping while they were with me and I was weeping and unsightly woman asked permission to see me a woman from the onslaught. I admitted to her and she sat and started weeping with me. While I was in that state, Allah's Messenger subulata system came to us greeted and sat down. He had never sat with me

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since the day, what was said was set. He had stayed a month without receiving any divine inspiration concerning my case. Allah's Messenger SallAllahu Sallam recited that the shahada after he had sat down, I'm sure who it is, should they lay down a lotion or Hamdulillah. He said that after he had sat down, and then said, thereafter, oh Aisha, I have been informed such and such a thing about you.

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And if you are innocent, Allah will reveal your innocence. And if you had committed a sin, then ask Allah's forgiveness and repent to Him. For when a slave confesses his sins and repent to Allah, Allah accepts his repentance.

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Everybody noticed that I'm sorry, woman, that you catch that she just knocked on the door. I let her in. She sat down next to me start crying.

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What's that all about?

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Sisters? No. What is that all about? Nobody said anything about her. What is that? Empathy, right? You feel better when someone cries with you?

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Again, brothers would know. The point is, that's one. The other thing is

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the Prophet SAW Selim, they said from his remember, he's in the position of a judge. All right. And

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The Saudi woman

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down Saudi woman crying. And she's honest about crying because seeing action such state made her cry, I just this is shows you how bad it shuts situation was.

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But not only that, I think a lot of times, even the guys, when you have somebody who's going through difficulty, or someone who's grieving or lost someone, we worry so much about what I should say. And so you don't even go or you don't even call or you don't even text because you're not sure what to say. When really you don't have to say anything. People will appreciate your presence. And they will, especially when they're going through incredible emotional distress. They're not even going to remember what peoples have said to them. But they will remember who was present. They will remember who was present. And so this lady didn't need to say anything. And remember, I shall have the line

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has narrating this years and years and years later. But who does she never forget? She never forgot that on Saudi woman who came and sat and cried with her.

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Okay, so then the prostate lung remember the the judge and he's in the position of a judge. And usually the judge will ask for things in detail and you have to be explicit. It's a matter of life and death and all that. But in the BISAZZA LEM said literally said in the whole bundle of money Anki cada waka he said cada waka which means such and such I have heard such and such about you. He couldn't and he didn't say something explicit. He didn't say Zina which is a word he knows who his wife would hate to hear from her husband and the prophets Allah Selim. So the scholar said from his high manners, Salah Laura said is that he never approached you with

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never looked at the Lego. We never approached you with what you would hate to hear. You know, if someone gets fired from work, the last thing they want to hear is we heard you got fired that word fired hurts. Or a sister got divorced. You can pretend to come and console her you know and offer condolences but you want to throw in that word divorced or hurt or I'm so sorry. We heard you got divorced.

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Anyways, that's from his great manners. Hello sir.

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I love also the fact that you said if you have committed a sin, repent to Allah period.

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And even if you do that all what you need to strip into Allah.

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That's all what is needed. It just you repent to Allah that it doesn't mean the end of the life then of everything you know, because people make mistakes and know how to fix it to better appear even if it's a major mistakes. There is nothing bigger than Toba. Toba is bigger than everything.

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Beautiful. That's why when you

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Don't accuse don't take Don't you know what if you if you got you good if you did wrong repent to Allah take this because sometimes you didn't know if your son used drugs or not you had to know if your daughter dated someone or not you didn't know if you're somebody from your family member did something bad you know what don't go into investigations improving and you know being charcoal homes you know you're gonna you know, try to figure it out now just a straightforward if you did a mistake to repent to Allah subhanaw taala

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period and move on.

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Salah is 10 o'clock ma'am, everybody hear me? Okay, so let's wrap this up. I just want to remind everybody that this shift command is teaching a course called confidential that if seated with a note, and it's available at an Multilib dot online, and it's a wonderful online recorded course that will go over these this specific slander against Ayesha as the chef was dropping some gems for us tonight as well as much more inshallah data and we'll share a special link for click the Charlotte data after the Salah. And it will be in the click community group as well on WhatsApp. So take a look out for that inshallah data. So I shall hold the line that says she hears this from Rasulullah

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Salallahu Alaihe Salam. And then she says, When Allah's Apostle had finished his speech, my tears stopped completely so then I no longer felt even a drop. Then I said to my father reply to Allah's Messenger cellulitis, and I'm on my behalf as to what he said, and then we'll talk about the alarm who said by Allah, I don't know what to say to Allah's Messenger. Some of it said, Then I said to my mother reply to Allah's Messenger. And she said, I do not know what to say to Allah's Messenger. So the light is said, and then I shall know the line has said, still

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position your own parents

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pull back.

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I don't know what to say. Can you imagine how hard this is?

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Yes. And so I shall not the law and then says, a young girl as I was, and though I had little knowledge of the Quran, I said, By Allah, I know that you heard the story of it, if so much, that it's been planted in your minds, and you've believed it. So now if I tell you that I'm innocent, and Allah knows that I'm innocent, you won't believe me. And if I confess something, and Allah knows that I'm innocent of it, you will believe me, by Allah I cannot find for you an example. Other except that by Allah I cannot find for you an example except that of your abusive father, who said for supper and Jimmy, Allah who was Dona Ana, Moto Z food. So for me, patience is most befitting

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against that which you assert, and it is Allah, Allah who's helped can be sought.

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Then I turned away, and I lay on my bed, hold on.

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Even Rasul Allah sauce on them.

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Too much talk to him, can change his perspective?

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Too much rumors to too much feeding to the brain change people perspective. If you keep saying this, this, this, this, this, this, this this, you know what is gonna just turn your head?

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What do we learn from this? Don't listen to those people who keep telling you this on this. If some of your parents your wife says you're right this your wife this, you're right. You're not some a friend. He is this. He's this. He's he poising you everyday with these things, you're going to be affected by that. Don't allow this.

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No matter how you think yourself, you're going to be affected by it. Stop that.

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And I love the law and are also being honest and brave young girl like this to speak up for herself.

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Sometimes young girls when things happen they don't speak up for themselves from the for themselves. If her brother did something wrong, her father and mother, a cousin relatives, somebody in the school, anything happened to you. Somebody's bullying you, you know what stand up and say, I know if I said that's a very strong statement. He also Allah, I know you've been hearing it so much. Even if I say something and I gotta Wow, this is a very strong statement. But sometimes you need that strength

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but where does she get that strength from she gets that strength from Allah subhanaw taala and so that 12 year old girl 13 year old girl recognizing that even above their parents or even above whoever it is that's accusing or not believing or what have you, that there is Allah subhanaw taala and their innocence will be recognized by Allah subhanaw taala no be clarified.

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Just I don't want anyone to misunderstand why Abu Bakr and the mother of Aisha why they were quiet when they were not quiet because they have doubts

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About a year ago, and they were quite out of respect for the processor, the processor RAM we just heard before he was on the mimbar defending isobella. But now he's coming as a judge in the judge is asking for something equivalent to evidence. A worker can say, I know my daughter, she's righteous, she's innocent. And there is also also knows that so he's not going to repeat, he doesn't have anything from what the President was looking for. And that's why he said, I have nothing with which to respond. And her mother said the same thing. Then the other thing, what happened after that? We said,

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yeah, that her response is powerful. Remember, she's 12 or 13. And what she described is exactly how it works. Psychologically. Psychology. That's how it works in the mind. She quoted that psychology and imagine you tell something to your 12 year old daughter, she called psychology a verse from the Quran and goes to her bedroom, he will have to add a hint. Where'd you learn this stuff from? When you see how intelligent she was? Probably Alana.

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Also, it shows it's important to reflect, to connect the Stories of the Prophets with your own life.

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To connect the Stories of the Prophets with your own life, she she learned from Surah Yusuf and the story is something that she used in her own situation. And that's how we should study the prophets stories. And obviously the story of Rasulullah sallallahu himself.

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So she said,

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam then said, and then he has stayed a month without the No Okay, so then she said, reply to Allah's Messenger. And so she said, Then I turned away and lay on my bed. And at that time, I knew that I was innocent and that Allah would reveal my innocence. But by Allah I never thought that Allah would send down about my matter, divine inspiration that would be recited forever, as I considered myself to unworthy to be talked about Allah with something that was to be recited. But I hope that Allah's Messenger might have a vision in which Allah would prove my innocence. So just really quickly, the incredible humility of the Sahaba and how they viewed Allah

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subhanho wa Taala is greatness. And so I Isha is the beloved of Rasul Allah, he declared his love for her publicly many, on many occasions. She knows she's his favorite, all of that, and yet, she does not see herself as being deserving of verses of the Quran to be revealed, she excused herself to be so insignificant. And yet compare that to us who we live in a world where everybody believes that they're the center of the universe. And if they're inconvenienced in their life at any point in time, then they don't believe in Allah subhana data anymore and they're challenging Allah left and right like look at how the Sahaba viewed themselves and how they viewed Allah subhanaw taala and how

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we view ourselves and how we view Allah. So by Allah's Messenger had not left his seat and nobody had left the house when the divine inspiration came to his to Allah's Messenger solo isin. So there overtook him the same heart condition, which used to overtake him when he was divinely inspired, so that the drops of his sweat were running down my pearls. So it was a cold winter day. And that was because of the heaviness of the statement which was revealed to him when the state of Allah's Messenger cellulitis in him was over. And he was smiling when he was relieved. The first word he said was, I SHA, Allah has declared your innocence. My mother said to me get up and go to him. I

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said, By Allah, I will not go to him. And I will not thank anybody but Allah.

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I think

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it is normal to have that reaction. When you're angry when you're like, feel like you're not been giving what you deserve. You know, it's normal. So be patient with that. Sometimes, we expect after putting pressure on someone that just will be forgotten. No, it's not easy. You have to be patient if you do understand what people are going through.

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then she said,

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I will not go to him and I will not thank him. And so Allah subhanaw taala revealed verily they who spread the slander or a gang amongst you think it not and the verses continue. And then when Allah subhanaw taala revealed this to confirm my innocence, Abu Bakr Siddiq, who used to provide for Mr. Hebden with Arthur because of the latter's kinship to him and his poverty said, Remember, he was one of the people who spread if he said by Allah will never provide for Mr. Anything after what he has said about Asia. So ALLAH SubhanA data revealed, let not those among you who are good and are wealthy swear not to give to their kinsmen, those in need and those who have left their homes for

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Allah's Cause. Let them part in or forgive. Do you not love that Allah subhanaw taala would forgive you Verily Allah is all Forgiving and most Merciful. And Abu Bakr said yes by Allah I wish that Allah should forgive me. So he resumed giving Mr. The aid he used to give him before and set by Allah I will never withhold from him at all. I should set Allah's Messenger satellites and I'm also asked Xander Binti Jack about my case. And he said, Oh, Xena, Xena is

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and her co wife, then up, what have you seen? And she replied, Oh, Allah's Messenger. I protect my hearing and my site by refraining from telling lies. I know nothing but good about Aisha of all Aisha says, Of all of the ways of Allah's Messenger, it was Zanna who aspired to receive from him the same favor as I used to receive. Yet Allah saved her from telling lies because of her piety. But her sister, Hannah

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was kept on fighting on her behalf. And so she was destroyed as those who were invented and spread this lender.

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Hominem, yes.

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We have to wrap it up for the salaat. But quickly, just first of all, she thank Allah Subhan Allah made to do the sugar because Allah pantalla revealed her and isn't something we should learn. We should thank Allah Subhan Allah before thinking in the eye, any human beings, okay, no matter who that person is, and but one of the form of being thankful to make pseudocode number two, which is one such that almost Montana doesn't matter. You don't have to have Oh, you don't have hijab, you don't have to face the Ebla if you do, that's good. But if you don't have to, and you in this dude, you just think I lost my data for the good news that you heard.

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Also, I would like to say that

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you should use the word destroyed, destroyed, destroyed. I want you to keep that word in your head. Accusing innocent people, it means you destroying yourself, not destroying them. When you accuse someone, you're destroying yourself, you're not destroying them. Keep that in your mind. So you can control and watch what you say. With that said, whoo hoo Hey, Yin and we're who are in the lobby. You think it's easy, but it's something great and Allah subhanaw taala is is something some something severe Yasha Come on, maybe

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I was really dying to get to the to the verses, but

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you know where he can find that?

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In the course. Because really, I'm not exaggerating. When you look at the ayat, Allah Subhana Allah sent down defending I should allow another's, the language is incredibly powerful. And it doesn't leave room for anyone to do this ever again to anybody, not just Don't you dare bring up this incident in the visor. Don't you dare do this to any other human being again. And it's really powerful. And it deals with how you should have felt internally what you should have said, well, your tongue, what the legal route would have been. It's really really powerful, really strong Ayad. So I mean, we didn't have a chance to get to but I'm still happy that we finished the entire Hadith

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at least.

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