Ammar Alshukry – The Prophet (SAWS) As If You See Him

Ammar Alshukry
AI: Summary © The study of Shema focuses on the physical attributes of the Prophet, including his appearance, hair color, and character. The importance of strong character for Islam is discussed, including avoiding shaming and protecting one's Islam. The negative impact of protecting Muslims and avoiding false accusations is emphasized, along with the need for individuals to act with caution when coming into contact with someone perceived as gay or gayter. The speakers stress the importance of protecting one's Islam and avoiding hesitation when coming into contact with someone.
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to discuss the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and to learn more about Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam and we are in need of learning more and more about the prophets Allah lightest elements. So this topic of Shema is, is dedicated to knowing about the Prophet studying about his characteristics, studying about his character even and studying about the things that are the Hustla is of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam, his unique qualities whether they're physical unique qualities that Allah azza wa jal gave him or whether they are what are called a Hustla is a tissue ear, which are the legal specialities of Rasulullah sallallahu. They have said that meaning there are some things that

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are wired up on the prophets, the lightest and them that are not wired up on anybody else from his ummah. And there are some things that are highlighted for Rasulullah sallallahu SNM that are not highlighted for anyone else from his ummah. And there are some things that are haram for Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam that are not haram for anyone else in his ummah. And so for example of the things that are widely on Rasulullah sallallahu, ala send them the prophets of Allah they send them he says

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that an alcohol was prescribed for me and it was not prescribed for you meaning although here, we know that it is not something that's why Jeep on us. And hence Abu Bakr left the old here one year just to show that it is not obligatory. However Rasulullah sallallahu they send them says that it was made obligatory for him, and he says, and also salatu Doha was made obligatory on me, and it was not obligatory for you. And of the things that the enemy has said was obligatory on Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi. Salam was a Tisha tahajjud, to pray in the night. And by the IEA, in which Allah azza wa jal, he says, Well, I mean a lady for tahajjud behind I feel a 10 lakh as I ask Allah Who

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Muhammad Muhammad, Allah azza wa jal commands Rasulullah sallallahu. They send them to make the 100 in the night.

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And so this is an example of things that are made obligatory on the prophets of Allah. I said to him, Well, what are things that were had out for Rasulullah sallallaahu Selim that were not allowed for anyone else.

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You guys all know this was something that was held out for the provinces that have not had that for everybody. More than four wives Very good. More than for what that's that's clip. Also, not just that he married more than four wives but the manner in which he married and so the province of Elias and him could marry women without a worry, because he was more of a weenie than her when he was right he was more of a weenie then her father or those who were entrusted with her.

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Also of the things that were haram for Rasulullah sallallahu. They said to him that were permissible for everyone else was famously

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Zakah and Asada very good. So he can't take the cat which is the obligatory charity, he can't take it. And a sadhaka he can't take it, nor can his family ticket Island bait. And so Sandman or Pharisee, famously, when he traveled to meet Rasulullah Salallahu Alaihe Salam when he traveled, he was in Medina when the prophets of Allah sent him arrived. But Sandman already had information and he had some signs to indicate whether this man was truly a prophet or not. And one of the things was that he was not a person who accepted sadaqa he accepted gifts. And so Salman came and he presented with him with some grapes and he told them that it is a Saba and so the Prophet salallahu Alaihe

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Salam did not eat it, but he presented it to his companions and he allowed them to eat it and when Sandman came another time, and he offered him grapes, and he said that this is a gift Rasulullah Salallahu Alaihe Salam ate from it and he allowed for his companions to eat from it. And not only that, but it has certainly an ally of the Allah and who one time he was eating from he was a child he was a infants are maybe a little bit older than that, but he reached to have some dates and the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, which is

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a rebuke which is you know, don't eat from that's like how we would say,

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Ill right. And the province cellulitis and I'm told him he said, I'm hammered or the family of the private size and then we do not eat from the southern. And so until now, if you were to meet someone from Adderall, beta Rasulullah, Salah Santa, they will not be able to eat from Masada, it's prohibitive for them.

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That is an example of something that is made haram for Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam and not haram for anyone else. So all of this is in the study of Shema it however, what I wanted to do today is to go over a few case studies with regards to the character of the prophets of Allah. I did set it up, because we don't have with regards to his physical attributes, we study it, but at the end of the day, if your hands aren't

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white Michelob wouldn't be hamre as the province lost and his hands were rosy colored whiteness, Arab white or Arabian Peninsula what they consider to be white, and not necessarily what we consider to be white, but

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if your hair wasn't kind of curly wavy, but it wasn't straight, and it wasn't curly, like the province

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slice atoms hair was and there's not much that you can do about that if you weren't, that the medium height that the province of the lightest and then has or as a map that describes it also lost a little light. So, you know my story is a very interesting story because she gave the most vivid description of the province, the lullaby center, but she only saw him once.

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Because the Sahaba had such reverence for the Prophet sallallaahu Selim, they were in such awe of Rasulullah sallallahu send them that they couldn't even describe him. They said we, you know, we didn't even dare look directly at him not because of fear, but because of all. And so when the Prophet sallallaahu centum is migrating with Abu Bakr to the hedge or are on the hedge or to Medina, they stop at like this rest stop, which is the 10th of Omar, but then she meets Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and her husband is in there. And they pass through after having drank some, some some milk that they had from a goat that she had. And that was the only goat that she had her

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husband had left with all of the herd. And they asked her if there was any food, anything that they could eat, and she said, No, the only thing that we have is, is this goat and it's it stayed behind. The only reason that it stayed behind is because it's sick, or it's weak. And so the Prophet sallallaahu, Selim asked for it to be brought, and she passed it forward, and he lowered self and started milking and the next thing that he knows is that it's filled. And so he drinks and his companions drink and then he says, the rest here is for a woman, but then they go on their way. And so when Abu Omar comes he finds this bowl filled with milk and he says, Well, what happened to my

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but then she says John unknowledgeable Mubarak, this is a blessing man cave. And then he says, Sir, will describe him. And then she begins her description that became very famous. She says, law hero will be literal wedgie. Has an unhealthy she said, This man came to us, Allahu Allah, the first thing she notices about him is his cleanliness is obvious, we'll do comes from this aspect of cleanliness. So she says Wawa, that his cleanliness was apparent. And when these people, the first thing that they would notice about travelers was that

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their their cleanliness and so Omar, the first thing he notices about Djibouti and the famous hadith of Gibreel, is he says a man came and he appeared and his clothes were exceedingly White and his hair was excluding the black and there was no evidence of travel on him.

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She says about Rasulullah saw I sent him while he told me he will which he has an unhealthy she says this man's Claire cleanliness was apparent.

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His face was luminous has an unhealthy his features were very beautiful.

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LEM to April to July, he didn't have a small head and he didn't have a protruding stomach. The Arabs at that time they used to consider that if a person had a small head that that meant that they had a small brain small mental capacity. They were dumb.

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And so

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don't look at the person next to you. But the idea was, is that a small head meant that you didn't have a lot of intelligence she says he didn't have that and nor did he have a protruding stomach the prophets I said I was just in his stomach. And I remember established I'm talking about this when he came here and he was talking about the province little lightest citizen I think he was arguing that the prophet had a six pack I don't I'm not sure but the idea here is that the promise of said his chest and his his stomach was

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on the same plane was seen when I see him on a&e He died with the Ashford he walked off of your uncle he saw powerfully salty he saw what she says was seen he was handsome. What Kasim? well proportioned there was nothing that was too big for the rest of the body. If he if he died when he assured he walked off that his eyelashes were long and his

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his field or nothing. It's not like she says in his his, his neck was long with he sold to his Sahil. Sahil here means there's a little bit of a rasp Enos to his voice. There's a little bit of gravel there. So the lady said it

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she says as edge icon at hull. He had eyebrows that were arcing a curl to her eyes that looked like they had

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eyeliner on them. There was a darkness there. Our

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our meaning Hold on in the whiteness of his eyes was incredibly white. The Darkness was incredibly dark, a Quran he had a little bit of hair in between His eyebrows. And that's the famous description of the province level lice and them however, the other companions they said no, the prophets Allah said it wasn't a Quran, the Prophet said and did not have a unibrow or hair in between His eyebrows rather that was a that was a vein that appeared when he was angry. So if there was any sort of exertion on behalf of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam that or that this vein would happen and I'm thinking to myself when At what point did the prophets of Allah send him exert himself?

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For Omar, but to notice that maybe it was just a matter of how the light casted, in particular in any particular moment because she didn't see him for a long time herself. Or it could have been maybe when he was exerting himself milking the goat or something like that, that she noticed that. And then she says for either some either Samata for Allah hula car, she says, if he was quiet, he had a countenance of Waqar of, of, of what God is like, what God is respect an aura of respect. And if he speaks, then he has a countenance of behalf this this light. And then she says his speech was not too much. And not too little. He wasn't someone who gives you one word, answers to combination,

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like conversing with him was not an exercise of pulling teeth, like it is with some people. And at the same time, he wasn't someone who was just, you know, you ask them how their day is, and it's a 45 minute conversation that you have to listen to now. It wasn't either that or that she says as if and she gives the example of his words being like pearls that fall from a beat. And so what does that mean? What does that a metaphor for? When you cut a string of beats? They all fall one after the other. Everything is following all of the thoughts are following each other. There's nothing that's scattered coming from every direction. And she continues on in her description but she's

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describing now his relationship with his companion she says that he had two companions with him. If he speaks they listen to him if he commands they because that's part of your aura to the way that your people around you respond to you. She says when he commands them to do something they rushed to do it.

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This is the hadith of Omar but however what I wanted to look at all of this was just to say we can't necessarily resembled a sort of loss of life sentiment all of these things. His physical description how can we resemble him cellulitis and then by the way, she says when you look at the cosafa She says that his chest, his his hair, his beard was large, but we are commanded to follow the province little lightest and him and his character.

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We're not going to add a whole lot in Allium Allah Azza just says you are upon exalted character. And so we are commanded to follow the Prophet cellulitis and in whatever we can have character in the province on the lightest then he says that the closest of us to him on the day of judgment are those who are closest to him in character are the ones who have the best character and the province the lightest and I'm said that the ones who are the most beloved to him are the ones who have the best character in the province level lightest send them when he was asked

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what are the things that bring the most people into paradise? What is going to if you're going to invest in anything now that will bring you close to paradise that will give you the greatest return on investment it is

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personal HELOC. It has a topo personal HELOC having Taqwa of Allah azza wa jal and personal follow good character. And something that's very powerful to reflect on.

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Is the consistency of the message of the Quran something that we take for advice for take for granted when we live our entire lives and most of them if we've never experienced

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a religion other than Islam, is the consistency and the clarity of the Quranic message and the consistency and the clarity of the Sunnah of the Prophet Sal Elijah send them in congruence with the Quran. There's no discrepancy there. And Allah says if it was from other than Allah, you would have found it much discrepancy and so Allah has zillion commands for good character, a Rasulullah cellulitis and says that the thing that will bring the most reward on the Day of Judgment will bring the most people into paradise is two things, the Aqua and personal Moloch. I once was looking through the Quran and I wanted to see when Allah commands mankind, when he uses the phrase, yeah,

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you had NUS or you have any Adam or any of these phrase where it's not just restricted to the believers, but all of this creation of humanity. What does Allah commanded the most? And I found that the thing that Allah commands mankind to do the most out of everything is to have Taqwa of Allah azza wa jal.

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The message is consistent. The next thing that Allah azza wa jal commands mankind the most when he says, yeah Yohannes O mankind, all of you, it is warning of che thought

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in some form,

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avoid shaytaan be aware from shaitan do not let him delude you do not let him and so this consistency of message is something that is an indication of the truthfulness of the message itself, as well as

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indication of the truthfulness of Rasulullah saw of Elijah cinnamon so the prophets of Allah they send them commands again and again and again to have good character, good character, good character. And people differentiate or they they disconnect between their need of having good character, and then being a good Muslim.

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So I can worship Allah as Legion and me being a good Muslim means I come to the masjid and I look a certain way and I pray a lot and I do all of these things. And that disconnect is wrong. Because the prophets of Allah Allah is Salam. As we were all taught in Sunday school if we went to Sunday school or Islamic school if we went to Islamic school, and Muslim or Muslim and Muslim owner, mainly sign here, they, the Muslim and the Prophet sallallaahu, Selim is describing the believer, he says the Muslim is the one whom the Muslims are safe from their hands and their tongue.

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That is who the Muslim is. Muslims will think 100 times before eating pork or bacon, and they will ask if this has this particular enzyme, and if this is Hala, Risca gelatin or million different things, we will ask about all of these things. And in fact, if we were to ever find out that what we just ate, no matter how delicious it was actually was born, we might regurgitate it, we might go somewhere and regurgitate. Right? But all of that. However, when it comes to eating the flesh of our brother and sister, delicious,

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that's a full have a five course meal and we'll come back for a second.

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But that's backbiting, right? That's backbiting and Allah has already described it as this evil vile thing or you call it llama he made it clear to me what Allah Would one of you like to eat the flesh of your dead brother. This is where character falls into play. And this is where that disconnect happens. The province of allied I send them was described or a woman was described to this little muscle I send them to the Catholic Catholic salvati her she was famous because of how much she prayed. She was someone who is known as a very very, very energetic West worshiper, but at the same time she used to harm her neighbors so the prophesy said um, said he had been not

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far with all of that. So like she's in the hellfire. And then another woman is described the kidlets volotea She was known for how little she used to pray she used to just pray her five and that was it. No pm No. To lock eyes before failure or nothing. And then the province less than them but she's known for being good to her neighbors. Province. I sense that he if he didn't, he's Indiana, right. And so character, the province I said on when he famously says, Do you know who and Morpheus is? Do you know who the bankrupt person is? And the Sahaba said, well, the bankrupt person is a person who's bankrupt person who's got no money. No, don't have no dollars, no nothing. And then also Lula.

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Sam says, No, that's not who the bankrupt person is. The bankrupt person is the person who comes on the Day of Judgment with their salah, and Ramadan, and taraweeh, and all of that good stuff, with their charity.

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But they come having

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hurt this person, hit this person, insulted this person, harm this person. And so this person will come and take from their good deeds, thank you very much, this person will come and take from their good deeds, this person will come and take from their good deeds until they become bankrupt. And then when they have no more, but they still have credit, or they still have what they owe, this person will come and say you don't have any good deeds for me to take then here it takes them on my sins, and take some of my sins and take someone license until this person is overwhelmed people sins and then there'll be thrown into the hellfire. That's not an issue of Salah versus Psalm versus

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anything else. It's an issue of good character. It's an issue of how you treat people. And so people think that Dakhla is just your fear of Allah as again and your relationship with Allah. But that's not the only aspect. It is also how you deal with other people and the creation of Allah. So yeah, so very quickly, if we have time I want to go through three case studies in sha Allah, which is the humility of the Prophet sallallaahu Salam, the mercy of the Prophet and the justice of the prophets of Allah this and we'll see what we can get through.

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So as for the mercy of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, Allah azza wa jal calls him Rahman in LME, from Afsaneh que la rama Tinian Island. The famous verse Allah says We have not sent you O Muhammad except as a mercy to mankind. Now what is mercy? There's a difference between Rama and Rafa. Allah azza wa jal is Rahman and Rahim and that comes from his route Rama, Allah azza wa jal is also a roof, a row

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and the roof. The difference between Rafa and Rama is Rama is intending good to reach other people. That's Rama. Rafa is intending good to reach other people with no harm whatsoever. So Rafa is this highest level of Rama. Rafa is like your mom, who tells you, I don't want you to.

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Okay, maybe not your mom. But

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whichever parent is the more is the one who's so kind that they don't want you to suffer even the slightest pain. And so you cry and you say I don't want it

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Take this medicine and they say, okay, you don't need to take this medicine. Right doesn't because they don't want you to you don't want they don't want you to feel that pain.

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Whereas the other person, or the other parent who's gonna shove the medicine down your throat, they're not doing it because they don't have Rama for you. They're doing it because they have Rama and Rama, however, is the willingness to correct you or make you better even if you have to experience pain.

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Even if you have to experience pain, because they they are willing to do that. However, you're not even willing to do that. It's it has this absence, this aspect of shefa this worry over that person as well. So Allah as their calls are sort of lost, I say and he says, meaning or overriding Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam is not only Rahim for the believers, he's merciful. But he also he doesn't even want us to experience any pains that Elijah is and let me doesn't even want us to go through any hardship, whatever he can remove from us. And so we're going to talk about how to sort of loss I send them avoided doing a lot of things and avoid it from commanding a lot of things just

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because he was a Lola and Ashoka Allah Almighty Lola and Ashoka Allah Almighty, if it wasn't for the fact that I don't want my ummah to experience hardship Lama to Misaki and Nicola salah I would have commanded them to brush with their teeth with the sea walk before every prayer, or I would have made the issue of prayer in the middle of the night because that's its best time or I would have not stayed behind from any campaign and I would have gone to participate in every battle, but I wouldn't want to my own mat to be burdened with something like that or that type of obligation or I would have prayed that oh yeah, at the Prophet SAW said and we know after the third night, he stopped

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praying fell away because he was afraid that it would become obligatory on the Ummah and they wouldn't be able to do it. And so this is the mercy of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam but also his Rafa which is a higher level of mercy.

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The prophets Allah light is setting up intended good to reach everybody. And that was part of his mercy, the prophets, Allah Islam was informed in Medina, that a Jewish boy was going to die. And so the prophets, the light is in him goes to visit this boy, and he stands next to him. And he says, testified that there's nothing worthy of worship except Allah and that I am His messenger. And so the boy looks at his father in that moment, and his father says to him out there about Carson, he says, Obey Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, they called him above us. And so the boy says it and that Rasulullah sent them leaves that house and he's saying Hamdulillah I let the uncover who be mean and

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not all praises due to Allah Who saved this boy through me from the Hellfire he wasn't going to benefit from this child's life at all there was he was on the way out this child was but province that Elijah send them where this boy as he's described, maybe he was post pubescent however, the province of the lesson is only goal is to go and save this person from the hellfire and are toxic when it comes to something like this is beyond even describing.

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You know, you imagine a person who's just going to old people's homes and all they care about they're not concerned about whether or not this person is going to last this person's on there. But my only goal is to give Dawa to them. And then walking out of these places saying and Hamdulillah that Allah save this person from the Hellfire through me Rasulullah sallallahu de settlement hola came to him and he was a boy he loved his mother abroad. He accepted Islam in the seventh year or at least he caught up to Rasul Allah. So I sent him in the seventh year, he found the province that Elijah sent him in the campaign of labor in Medina, Ohio, he comes in, he's staying with the

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province of Allah de Sydenham, but his mother hadn't accepted Islam yet. And I will hold IRA at one point, you know, there's a lot of resistance to change especially from parents.

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She not only curses Babylonia, or she curses the prophets of Allah sent them out and that hurt us so much. And so he goes to the prophets Allah lightest send them and he tells him he says, You also Allah. My mother says something about you that just hurt me. And the prophets, Allah, Allah, Allah is telling me he doesn't respond by saying, there's no good in her. None of you believes until I become more beloved to him than his parents and his children and all of mankind. That's not the time for that. The Prophet sallallahu Sydenham says Allahumma de Ebihara.

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Allah died the mother alone and it was like I started running back home to see what would happen. I was running back home. He said, When I got home, I heard the show of water.

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I heard the swishing of water. And I, my mother said, I will hold ADA stay outside don't come in.

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And then she came out and he could tell that she had just bathe and she said I should do Allah Allah Allah Allah by shadowing Mohammed Abdullah. So that was it. A province of Elijah has never ever, ever, ever took retribution because of his own self ever, never because of his honor or his dignity or anything like that. In fact, when those children those fools have a five stone Rasulullah Salah light is out of his city and the prophets Allah Allah Allah has said to them is met by God then the angel who regards the or the guardian of the mountains. The Prophet sallallahu sallam was given the option if you wish, I will cause what is between the

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The time that the between the two mountains to collapse on itself meaning Maccha are making collapse. These people are causing you all of these problems it's not the five it's MK even though the provinces Lenin was expelled from five he said to him and then

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Rasulullah sallallahu they said and he said to him, I would rather that Allah as Odeon bring forth from their children, people who will worship Allah azza wa jal along the process and I've never took retribution for himself. He never took retribution for himself. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam. When you look at Mercy of Rasulullah sallallahu SLM you see that it wasn't, it was undoubtedly an incredibly he had, he had the capacity for it. He had the capacity for it. But he also trained himself to have mercy. He also because you have this discussion with regards to his character, something that's developed or is it something that you are given with, and there's evidence for

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both, but undoubtedly, the Prophet sallallahu sallam was tested, the Prophet sallallahu sallam was tested. So when the clay said to me when he came to Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and he was the father of the hydrogens, the prophets of Allah licen him described him he came to Rasulullah Salah Salem, and he said to him, yeah, Muhammad.

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He says, O Muhammad be just

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and just that statement gives you goosebumps, how does the person say that to also watch the lesson and be just

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had the charisma to not worry that much of Allah. So this distribution of spoils that you're doing is not a distribution

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in which the face of Allah is intended. You're not intending God with this distribution? You're not being fair.

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And so the province that Elias and then lowers his head.

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And then he lifts it up, and he says, and who's going to be justified not just

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and then the man leaves, and then also harvest the data. So Allah,

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just give us permission.

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And then he says, No, maybe he praised. It was either Hadith or Omar, I don't remember which one

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by the run would have done the job, right. And then he says,

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he says, maybe he prays and they said to him, Well, how many people pray, what's not in their heart? And the province I said, I've said I was not sent with all of that. But then he then mentions the description, he says, a group of people will come from the lineage of this person who the description of the whole image the images, but the province the lightest, and them he says, Yahama, Allahu Musa, when the Prophet SAW sent him experienced that moment, he said, may Allah azza wa jal have mercy on Musa Lockard. Oh, the axon caminhada for Sabah, may Allah have mercy on Musa he was harmed by much more than that. And he was patient. He was patient. And so the province liberalized

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almost sauce to strength through the memory of Musa alayhis salam because Musa was harmed by much more than that he wasn't just contested by one person one random person saying be just more scientists around was tested again and again and again and again by Benny a slight you know how mad you would be if you had a lot of them at the start right here. As Allah mentions as a sort of admire the other goddesses right here. There's

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everybody let's go enter

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and Allah you will be victorious. And they say yeah, Musa, there is a group that are just budding in the city.

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There are some tyrants, there's some really strong people in the city, and we're not going to enter as long as they're in it. But if they leave, then we're going to will, we're going to enter

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like Allah as we just split the sea for you and brought you out of Egypt and you saw these miracles with your own eyes and this is the prophet of God with you and all of that. And he's saying to you now enter into the city, you will enter into and you will be okay. And they say no, it's have untold a book of a Katella. They say to Musa they say you and your Lord go and fight. We're going to be right here. That's what they said to Mossad itself. And so for 40 years, as a result, they roam in the desert, in the desert, in the desert, never settling anywhere for 40 years. You know how upset that would make you if you had to lead that flock for 40 years lost. And Musa today said I'm passed

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away and never ever entering into Jerusalem. In fact, he asked Allah azza wa jal to bring him as close as a stone's throw away from Jerusalem and let him pass away there and the province level lightest and him said that when he was going on the night of Adams it's about when he saw most of praying in his grave, right by the red sand dune, outside of Jerusalem.

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But Musa was tested and the Prophet SAW said when he was tested, he said, may Allah azza wa jal have mercy on Musa so these are some of the examples of the the mercy of the Prophet stubble Midas ended up from his mercy used to carry the daughter of his daughter mama Binti Xena used to carry her Salah used to

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not lift her, not leave her on the ground, when he would come up for his second block, or he would pick her up again, not disconnecting that love, he would carry at Hassanein Hussein, and he would kiss them and he would say, Oh Allah, I love them. So love them. In fact that hasn't had his sandals sort of loss of life and I was on the member, and he was giving a holdover. And then he sees his two grandchildren walking into the masjid. And they're both struggling, stumbling as they're walking, tripping over their shirts or what have you. They're homies. And so the province Lawson descends from the member, he walks over to them picks them up, and he comes back onto the member. And he

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says, Allah azza wa jal has spoken the truth that your children are a fitna for you. And then he says in even Neha they say it and he says about it Hassan. He says, this son of mine is a chief, he is a master, he is a leader. He is a saint and Allah azza wa jal will reconcile by him to large hosts of the Muslims.

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But that these are there's so many examples of the mercy of the province of Elias and them but let's jump into

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the question here is am I merciful? That's the question that we should be asking. Am I merciful? When people were close to me describe me would they describe me as being someone who's merciful do I care, the province the lightest and of use to allow what he would be making will do he would allow for a cat to come and drink water as he was making profits I said to him was a mercy to an island me who has mercy to everything he was a mercy to animals. He was a mercy to the profits of the lions. Adam was a tree hugger, he literally hug the tree satellites. And

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when the tree that you used to give his holdover from when the province of Elias and then when the member was finally created for him, he left giving hope but leaning on the tree and so this harvest said we heard a sound of wheezing and crying coming from the tree. And so the province of allied SLM walked over to the tree and started hugging it and caressing it and then the tree calmed down and that has an adversity he used to narrate the story and he used to cry and he used to say, to his companions to his group, and he was of the tabular and he never met the prophets of Allah Islam, he would cry and he would say, a tree wept out of longing to meet rasool Allah, Allah Allah said,

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wouldn't you cry? Wouldn't you love to meet the prophets of Elijah send them and so this is his mercy is extending to everything that which has a soul that which doesn't have a soul, the prophets of the light so love was truly a raw material element. Now we come to his in software, His justice cellulitis and

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the justice of the province and why Salem was with regards to everyone, all of the people, the believers, the non believers, the near the far those who agreed with him, those dissented everyone and the province that Lodi sent him. He never oppressed anyone in their wealth or their blood or their honor, in fact, Nine Nights before he passed away. So the whole idea of sending him the private stood in front of everyone in front of the pulpit, on the member. And he said, whoever I lashed, here's my back.

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And whoever I attack their honor, here is my honor. And let not one of you say in the Ahafo Shahadat middle su De la sala syndrome, I fear ill will from the private satellite, I send them because that's not my character. But he's saying Whoever I took their money, here's my money. Whoever I took their honor or their pride or I injured their pride. Come, whoever I lashed their back wrongfully come lash my back.

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And don't let any of you think that if I do that, then the province says that I'm not going to like me and Allah is not going to like me or he's like this not my character. I'm going to have a clear heart when it comes to however I wish to meet Allah azza wa jal with no one carrying any arguments against me, no one having any claims against me.

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This is the justice of the prophets of Elijah send them the prophets of Elijah said

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he was just what he was happy. And he when he was angry, a lot of people when they're angry, they absolutely lose control. I remember, you know, some guy who really surprised me was an old man who prayed in the masjid.

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Every single night, every single night. And then one time I saw him completely get into an argument with someone in the midst, you then lose their mind. Like he lost his mind. Like he was just absolutely vulgar and evil and wicked and all of that. And he was making the excuses like, Well, when I lose my temper, like all bets are off. And I'm like, that's not what 10 years or 20 years or 30 years of praying in the Mercy that's supposed to develop, it's actually supposed to develop a character that is restrained, because that's an attribute of the monopoly and the Prophet SAW Selim says, we have the costume of a job, that when they argue they all argue with vulgarity and with

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wickedness and evil, and so the Prophet saw a lie they said he was just in happiness, and he was just in his anger.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam from his justice is he would be just with her

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So the division of his time, he would divide his time between three his Lord, his community and his family. And

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as our Shabbat will have a total of 30. He says with regards to the seat of the provinces sentiment, he's a man who spent a lot of time reflecting on the seat on teaching the CLI. And he says, Whoever studies the one aspect of the life of the prophet saw Selim, you think that he spent his entire time in that field. If you look at the Prophet SAW, sent him in the way that he was with his family, you would think that he spent his entire time 24 hours a day with his family.

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When you see the Prophet sallallahu Sallam with his companions, you think that he never went home, that he was always present with his companions, and not only physically present, but he was mentally present, emotionally present. He, he noticed their nuances, he noticed everything that was different about them. He tells Ayesha his wife, he says, I can tell when you're happy, and when you're angry. Because when you're happy with you meet you say love or have been hammered. And when you're angry with me, you say love or Brahim. That's how I know. And Aisha says, The only thing I leave is your name. That's the only thing that leaves my heart doesn't leave nothing else leaves. It's just that

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the only thing I switched is your name.

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But he's he's aware of the Prophet sallallaahu. Selim is ever present with his companions. And so he divided his time in three when he would pray also, after he would pray outside, he would go and give some to all of his wives.

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All nine of his houses are the lightest.

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And then when he would distribute, he would be just in his distribution between his wives, he would give everybody what was due to them. And then he would say Allahu Mahalaxmi Faema Amulek Oh Allah, this is the how I differentiate between what I possess, for that to be my antitank Licola Amulek do not hold me accountable for what you possess, and what I don't possess, meaning his heart civilize him, if he happens to love someone more than the other well,

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the heart is not in his control cellulitis, and

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even one of the companions was sitting down, and he had his son on his lap, and he had his daughter next to him, the province that Elias and him saw him and he said, Hello, delta V. Norma, he said, Why don't you be just an equal between them, you're gonna keep your son on your lap and keep your daughter on your lap. And if you're gonna keep your son or your daughter on the seat next to you then put your son on the seat next to you, meaning be very, very specific with regards to and very sensitive with regards to any differentiation that you can have with regards to your children, the province level lightest send them in one of the battles he had lined up and this is a famous story,

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I'm sure you've all heard it, but the province that lies and had lined up the Sahaba and it's a serious time the battle is going to be starting soon everybody needs to line up and one person is protruding outside of the line. So

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so the province the lowlights, Adam says is still Yeah, so it is still Yeah. So

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he hits him with a stick.

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Get in line.

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He's serious. He's the commander in chief now, some alias. So it looks to me says y'all Shula you hurt me.

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Isn't the time for that. Right.

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That can get you another hit.

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And yeah, it also last last set him immediately he lifts up his shirt and he gives him the stick and he says go ahead and hit and so then dives in and he rubs his face in the belly of the prophets. Allah light as the prime minister says, Why did you do that? And he said the other sort of law this is a moment that you see. But you see what's about to happen. And I was hoping that the last thing that I would touch would be your skin on my skin. Right but the justice of the province I said I'm Indian in that moment he immediately collected himself he realizes

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what happened or what claim so I'd might have against him and the province leveled I said and reacts accordingly.

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Province little ally said there's justice with the kuffar

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or the disbelievers there are some people in the Muslim community if you simply praise one aspect that non Muslims have they're like Oh, you're so impressed with non Muslims you're so this and they act like people who are non Muslim have no good qualities at all. I remember she had them in Hydra one time

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and not to have them and Hodges, a great fuck a great item. Someone who combined between medicine and Philip. And I remember I went with him to a mall one time. And the mall had it opened. And he said I want to see what the differences between our Muslim countries and the West. He said the time that the mall was the door was supposed to open was 9am or 10am, whatever. And we were there 30 minutes early. So he's like just wait.

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Okay, so he said just wait. And so we're waiting

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59 passed

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on the dot the doors open. said this is exactly the reason why I didn't live on us.

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Look, they're on time. They're on time. This is the difference. And so he's praising an aspect that the,

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you know, Muslim countries do not have. And there's nothing wrong with that the prophets of Allah they send them he says that latter comsa, the Hour will not be established until except that the Romans are the majority of people. And so when this companion narrated this to Ahmed Emily loss, I'm going to ask her pay attention to what you're saying. He said, I'm only telling you what I heard from Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. So I'm gonna, I'm gonna ask he said, If that's the case, if that's truly from the province, that is and then there are four qualities that I seen from the Romans

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that indicate why they would be so this is his own analysis. And he says they are ASTRO Nursey. They are the people who are the quickest to, to recover from a masiva

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they get hit with a calamity, they get hit with a famine, they get hit with whatever, they are the quickest people to respond.

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And they are extra nasty cholera by the flora and they are the people who are the most quick to reach, to retreat, know after retreat, to re engage after retreat. So if they retreat from a battle, they're the quickest to re up and re engage. And then he says, in the Hola, hola, Manasa and the fitna or Astra home. If our pattern by the Musa OSHA comb come with him by the FARA, we're here to humbly Miskin were teeming with life. He says that they are the most forbearance of people in a time of a trial, and they are the quickest to awaken after a calamity, they're not in a daze for 20 years or 30 years. They realize that it's a calamity and they act accordingly. Whoa, Shalom Karla de la

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vida homely miscarried, were teaming teeming with life. And they are the best of all communities with regards to how they take care of orphans and how they take care of the, the, the poor, and how do they take care of I mean, are the the welfare programs in the Muslim world comparable to write? They're the best when it comes to taking care of the poor and the Miskin unbelief and the weak and, and then he says, Well, hi, Mr. Toon has an attune. jameelah. Well, I'm now human Volman Moodle. This is what I want him to also say. And a fifth beautiful one that they have is that they are the most Amna, they are the people who are the most

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resistant, very good, the most resistant from the oppression of kings. They are the ones who don't bend their backs the most to the oppression of kings. Right? They don't take that. So I'm going to Manassas praising these qualities and don't say, well, it's not permissible for a Muslim to praise. I mean, this is a companion of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and the prophets I send them praise many people multimillionaire ID, he praised others as well, after they had passed away, but in the interest of time, let's conclude Inshallah, to Allah with the last one, which is the humility of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam, the humility of the prophesy center. And so again, here, the

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question that we have to ask ourselves is, this isn't, you know, intellectual entertainment? It's, it's guidance and so, am I just am I someone who's just Am I just with regards to my family? My time am I just with regards to my job, my employer, you know, shut them out here. He gave a hold without a couple months back. That was just unbelievable. The thought was incredible. Where he basically argued, he said, you know, we all hate people like Phil Ron, and we all love Abu Bakr and Omar bin Abdulaziz and these people and we all imagined that we would be like, disease and if we were to lead the Ummah, we would be like Abu Bakr, we will be like, Oh, my God, that's what we think. And we hate

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people like Bashar. I said that because the melodic or whoever, right?

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Not sure how I feel about emitted machine. I'm still worried about that. But the point here is that people hate these oppressors. And they assume that they're not like them at all. You're with the good guys. But then the question is, if you were to analyze yourself, are you a mini oppressor? Or are you a mini good guy? Are you someone who oppresses your employer by getting paid for hours that you didn't work? Or are you like automotive not as easy as it used to be incredibly stringent with regards to the candle that he would like if it was a state funded candle, he would only light it for state activities and if it was his own personal expenditure, that he would use his own personal

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candle that's sort of a different diseases mo that's the way that he was, are we more like I'm gonna drive that disease? Or are we more like all of these leaders who we say use up the resources of their country and taxpayers dollars and all of that type of stuff. The point here being is that we have to ask our, the question, are we just or are we not just, then we have the last is the humility of the Prophet sallallahu de Sydenham, and humility. It's easy to be humbled for those who are greater than you. So

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If you're a first year medical student, and you meet this guy who's a master surgeon, who's been, you know, doing practicing surgery for 30 years, it's very easy for you to be humble in their presence. If you're with a professor of yours who you'd love to take with, you'd love their mentorship or whatever, people who are greater than you in knowledge or in

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accomplishments or what have you, it's very easy for you to be humble. But it's harder to be humble with people who are your peers, your own classmates, your own people who are your own age, your own siblings, these people who are on your level. And it's even more difficult to be humble with those who are less than you. Those who have learned less than you or those who have lived less than you those who know less than you, right? Who have accomplished less than you but that's what the Wilder is. That is what the other is the Prophet saw the lighthouse and everybody was better. He was better than everybody cellulitis and he was better than everybody civilized. And he was humbled to

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He was described as a little girl in Medina could grab him by the hand, and she could leave him lead him wherever she wanted. The province I said, would be grabbed by a little girl. And okay, we're going on an adventure, we're going on an adventure and he would walk with it. And this evening Malik he tells the story of how his grandmother invited the prophets of Allah they send them over for food. And so the Prophet SAW I said,

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and you don't really realize and think about this until you think about it that when you're a busy person, you're forget leader in a community, you just you're busy, you're just a busy person. A lot of people slip through the cracks. A lot of people you don't answer their voicemails. A lot of people don't get callbacks. A lot of people you just don't have the time for and you start categorizing people by how important they are. And you don't necessarily do this consciously however, unless it pneumatic says my grandmother invited Rasulullah says and I'm not a woodworker. Now, no matter not any of these people. And as who's this servant of the Prophet sallallahu sallam,

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his grandmother invites the province liberalizing him over to their house. And the Prophet SAW said to mix the time to go over to the house and he eats their food. And then he says school more suddenly. He says, Get up. And let me lead you guys in prayer. Let me bless this house and honor you guys by the prayer of us who also said I'm in your house. So I understand what the learning says I pulled out this dry mat that had become black because of how old it was. And I kind of sprinkled some water on it. And then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam got up and he prayed and I prayed next to the province listen up. And the grandma grandmother prayed behind us, the prophets Allah Allah sent

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them would are smiling, I find gave up a husband. He said, I was the companion of the Prophet sallallaahu salam for several other I was in the province of Allah they said, in his residence and in his travel all the time as man.

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And he says the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to visit our sick, and he used to go out and campaigns with us. And he used to bury our dead, and kind of USC and I feel Collini will catch here and the Prophet sallallahu sallam was share with us in the little that we had. And then the amount and the great that we had, we had a lot the Prophet was with us. And if we had a little the province, the lesson was right there with us. There was no tower that the prophets Allah sent him commanded the believers from and he was in his tower, eating meat and all of these things. And the companions were eating dates. I shot on the line, he says three months would go by and we wouldn't

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cook food in the light enough and the houses of the provinces and there was not a single stove that was lit, there was no fire that was burning in the houses of the provinces that well how did you survive? The two black things? Dates and water?

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Dates and water? Question? How is water black? I was water becoming a black thing? Dirty.

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It's dirty.

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I have some stories about Blackwater.

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Not the not the group, just the

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just Blackwater.

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We have these zeros. You guys know what zeros are like a clay pot contains water and villages.

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And so when I would come to Sudan in the summer times, this was the when I was a kid, we didn't have electricity in my village until I became like nine years old. So it used to be so rough coming to the summertime. And spending a summer in the villages of Sudan with no no electricity, nothing. And the only water we drink is from disease. And so you, you wouldn't even want to drink the water because it's just like all this stuff is floating inside of it. And so my older cousins and my uncles and stuff like that, they'd be like, Oh my God, you're coming from America and you think that this you can't drink? That's right. They were looking at this and they just kick it back. And like

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this is great water.

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But you get used to it so I shut up the line who knows the type of water that she's drinking but she's saying Do black things? Dates and water. Okay, so

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the province of Allah do send them he was humble with everyone, the province I sent him and I'll give two examples and we'll conclude with this but the Prophet satellite is sending them he says not to follow the lunar Allah un Sydney Mata. He says do not prefer me over

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Are you in Sydney with Jonah?

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And he says lots of Antonia either Mussolini, Ramallah, don't say that I'm better than Mussolini. Well, why is that?

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Is it allowed for a person to say that the province that ally syndrome is better than UNICEF? Or is it allowed for persons to say that the province that I sent him is better than most of net a moron?

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In Medina, a problem happened. And that was that the Muslims are living with the Jews. And there was one Muslim who was talking or engaging in some sort of transaction, transaction, excuse me with a Jew and the Jews set that will lead the favela Musa, Allah al Basha. He says no, by the one who preferred Musa over everybody.

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And so the Muslim says you dare say something like that, but the Prophet saw the light as ended up being a voting of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is right here and so punches him.

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So this man goes to Rasul Allah cellulitis and complaints to the Prophet Celeste, and he says, Look at what your companion did. And so the Prophet sallallaahu listener said lot of the dunya Allah Musa do not prefer me over Musa on the Day of Resurrection, I will be resurrected, and I will see Musa holding on to the throne and I won't know whether he awoke before me or whether he was saved from the general side because of

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what he experienced in the dunya when he asked the lies I get to see him

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here the prophesy said I'm saying don't prefer me over Musa and then another Hadith the prophesy Center says lots of the donor either unis agreement that do not say that I'm better than unity agreement.

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Why would a person

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say that? We understand with Musa the province of Allah is Allah is avoiding this kind of

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lie like

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Hamza are basically people are choosing sides. However, the scholars they said is it allowed for a person to say that the prophesy centum is better than everybody? Yes or no? Obviously, right? We all believe that. We all believe the promises enum is the best, he's better than most And Asa, no Hannibal or him and all of them. And we believe that those five are better than everybody who came out because they are wounded as men are also the Prophet sallallaahu. Selim is teaching us that we don't make the prophets, source of our entertainment and become a game where Yusuf is better than Khartoum. And because if the province of centum had allowed for that, you have to believe that

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scholars throughout history would have tried to list the prophets, all of them in order of their virtue, and they would have made a list of 25 prophets or they would have made a list of 100 and we would have sat there and argued about which Prophet is better and, and that that's not how the prophets are supposed to be treated. And so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he does tell us, Anna, say you do? Well, the Adam Yokoyama, Willa, he says, I am the best, I'm the master of the children of Adam and they've just met. Well,

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I'm not saying this out of pride. I'm saying this to inform you of my status, so that you know, and so there's nothing wrong with us saying that one prophet is better than the other. When there's no pride involved when there's no there's no none of that emotion involved. It's simply say, what Allah Allah has legislated so that we know people's place. A person in the province has said that when he says Yunus didn't matter, because when you read the story of Yunus, you see that Yunus fled from the commandment of Allah, he was sent to a people the people disbelieved Yunus jumped onto a ship, and then he left his station basically, I did his thing and he left his station and then

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the ship was overtook by storm and they realize that there was a slave who had fled from his master and so you may feel

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almost like you may be a little unit Sydney

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at a Sarah so the province of Assam said that's what they do in

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the province of is that I'm showed incredible humility when it came to the prophets. Prophets I send them showed incredible humility when regular people people would come into the messenger and say you can Muhammad which one of you is Muhammad, there's nothing special about us with the loss of life. Which one of you is Mohammed it's such a powerful question you can

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which one of you is showing his absolute humility with the with with you met humanity and matter will come and he's shaking in the presence of the province level Linus and I'm in the prophesy. Sam says don't shake. I'm simply the son of a woman from Makkah, who used to eat and he mentioned a very basic food that they used to eat.

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I did

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I need

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okay, you're gonna have to explain that to me.

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I did what is for the

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driver. So I'm just a person who used to eat or our son of a woman who's the driver, just calm down, like he's basically telling him to calm down. It's very normal. So the province the lesson, always, always, always is showing that

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The military and so the province liberal light is saying that he says that motto that had been denied that there is not a single person who becomes humble in the sight of Allah except that ALLAH has a good race of staffers. And there is no person except who has a atom's weight of arrogance, except that they will be prevented from paradise. And so the question then becomes what is pride, which is the opposite of humility, Butler would have belonged to NASA prophesized and described it as the rejection of truth,

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and the belittling of people. And so you have to make it and I have to make it our constant

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concern and a source of great vigilance that we never reject the truth because of who's the one who's carrying it? Even if it's our little brother and sister even if it's our son or daughter, even if it's whoever it is, we don't reject the truth because of who's the one who's carrying it. And I want to not belittling people that I don't belittle people I don't look down upon people I don't mock people last appointment appointment, I signed my 97 minutes and I certainly couldn't.

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So these are three case studies just document we end here are some of the lightest and employment law that if somebody submits anemic appeal

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Showing mercy to people who aren't showing mercy to you.

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It depends.

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When you say, what's the reason why they're not showing mercy to you?

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Like for example, the province of the light is setting them at times his default was always him being a merciful and joyous and things like that, but at the same time,

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Allah as it says, Yeah, you had an OB Jahan kofod Oh Menaka Tina, welcome to the day.

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So Allah azza wa jal when it comes to the Quran, and when I for those who are fighting against you and things like that, then Allah says, Welcome to thy name, be severe with them, be harsh with them, you're not going to be merciful. God gives you the example of how

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he mentioned how last year when there was all of these people wanting to demonstrate against

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the Muslims and their massage and that come with guns and things like that. He was mentioning how one of the Muslim leader groups, one of the Muslim leaders had an idea and he's like, okay, when they come with their guns, we're gonna come with flowers, and we're gonna put them in the barrel of their guns. So that he was so annoyed by that. I was like, That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard. Right? So that's not that's not a time or a moment for mercy. When people are being harsh towards you that they see from you, Lenovo that they see from you. You know, a person is cursing you out in the store. And you're like, Okay, I love you too.

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They might be more shocked when they see a whole lot of attitude right from you.

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But all of that is with caution of course as well. Right? You don't put yourself in a corner. But

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do they deserve mercy in that moment? I don't think so.

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I think with whatever

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you know, they

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that's true. It's situational. Allah knows best. But

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those are those those things where they work when they work?

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Yeah, but is that what you were talking about? No.

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Here's the thing. It's not always that case. And I had some examples here where I didn't

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on a different topic, but there were times where people come with a lot of attitudes Rasul Allah says them and they find some attitude back. So a man comes to the saucer, and he takes a dry bone.

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And he crushes it in front of the province of Santa. And he says, Do you think that Allah azza wa jal is going to resurrect this after it's become a meme?

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And then the province the last of them says, nah, yeah, but as a way of Africa, were to live off enough.

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That's the response. He's gonna resurrect it and it's gonna He's gonna resurrect you and he's gonna throw you into the Hellfire

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like, right at you. So it's like, okay.

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Yeah, so you know when people are coming with all because there's some people who aren't

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going to respect

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not everybody is going to love or accept Islam or anything like that, but they should at least respect the Muslims and they are only going to respect the Muslims if they feel that the Muslims have some sort of backbone

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It should, it should because the worship in and of itself should correct that person's behavior. So when a person they complain to the province I send them out about about a person who steals province us them said that person's prayer is going to prevent them from stealing. Eventually, when their prayer becomes perfected, is going to correct their behavior.

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The more a person of a person sitting there and seeking knowledge and learning and learning and learning and attending classes, and memorizing and doing all of these things. And all of that knowledge isn't making them wash the dishes when their parents tell them to wash the dishes, then

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what is what's the point if they can narrate every Hadith about the rights of the mother, but none of that actually causes them to fulfill any of the rights of their mother? Right. And so, and that's the famous story of Julija. Rage, or George was a worshiper who had locked himself up in a monastery. And he was just worshiping, worshiping, worshiping and his mother calls him from outside and he says, y'all savatya.

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So he decides to pray, because Salah is more important than his mother, right? And then he, she calls out to him again, he's still praying, and he's still praying and still praying that finally his mother makes it against him. And she says, me, you're not dying to see the face of a prostitute. That's the die she makes.

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And then all of this other stuff backdrop is set in motion for this to be manifested. Province less than them tells us that there were a couple of people outside on the outskirts of the city, just people who are up to no good. And they're sitting outside and a prostitute comes up to them. And she says to them, Do you know anybody in this city that I can't tempt? And they're like, Yeah, July 8, but you can't tempt him? He's like bet. Okay. Right. Because we got nothing better to do. We're just some no good, whatever. So see if we can tempt the best guy in the city. And though she goes, when she calls out to Jurij, and Nope, she calls out to do rage. Nope, your age is not having it. He's

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not interested at all. So then she goes outside of the city, and she finds a shepherd, she sleeps with him, she becomes pregnant as the child that she comes back into the city. And she says, this is drage, baby. And then the people immediately go and tear his monastery down.

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Because everybody's got nothing to do. They start a hashtag. And they, it goes viral. Right? And now, dude, he has been worshipping for 30 years, not bothering anybody, but now he's a big phony and evil and everything. And they mob it and they

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are very offended, right? And they tear him down. And then they're pulling Jude H. And then Julia H sees the face of the prostitute as he's being dragged by the mob. And then the baby speaks. And the baby says, I am not during this child. I am the child of the shepherd. And so when everybody witnesses this miracle, and this is one of the few babies who spoke in the cradle, when he they see this miracle, they tell Jude age, they say, we are going to rebuild your monastery, our bat, we're going to rebuild your monastery in gold. And today says no, I don't want it rebuilt in gold. I just want it like it was leave me alone. And then the Prophet SAW sent him comments on this and he says

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what I'm Allahu Jurij. If he was a key, meaning if he actually had knowledge, he would have responded to the call of his mother. Okay.

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So the point here is that all of this, and that's why by the way, the scholars they said that if your mom or your dad they call you while you're in an obligatory prayer, you hasted to finish the prayer. You don't decide to then recite Surah Baqarah your mom is calling you. I'm just going to recite sort of the bucket. And if it's nothing prayer, that you break the prayer, it's enough of prayer, you break the prayer and

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you come back to it

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okay, guys,

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