Horrific Slander Against Aisha RA – Part 01

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Mashallah good to see so many of em Allah bless you all.

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Okay, so China stays the first of a three part course, we will be telling a very dramatic story from the life of the processor. It is known in our because this is the slander against our mother, I shall have the alarm. Now, what I want to do first is I want to just tell the story in summary, so you get an idea about what we're talking about, then Charlotte will go into some detail. So, is how he said that this all began in the sixth year of his era,

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when the process said, he went with the Muslim armies to go to war with a tribe called Burnham mostella. Yeah, so this was called, of us were to masala as another name Israel, because we're to mauricia. And he took with him one of his wives, and that was Irish, or the mountain. And what happened is that she, at one point, during the return, she got separated from the processor, and the entire army while she was busy looking for something.

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And what happened is help came in the form of a man called soft one.

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And he helped her find her way back to the processor, limb and the rest of the army. But in that moment, where she came back with one, the hypocrites, they took a very nasty opportunity. And they created a very evil lie. And they insinuated something took place between our mother Asher and his noble companions of one. And then that rumor, it just took a life of its own. And people began to gossip.

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And it began to spread around Medina in when they came back.

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And the process of them Anisha, her father,

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and her mother, as well as the Muslims in general, all found themselves at the center of a gut wrenching dilemma in which the dignity of the process and the chastity of his own wife began to become attacked. And this didn't just happen in a day. This went on for some 40 days. And it took divine revelation to come down in order to quash this saga. And to put aside

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these slanderous accusations against our mother Irish out of the lungs, and

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that's basically the gist of the story. However, the actual narration about what took place has an incredible amount of benefit in it.

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Just to let you know, that I shadowed the announcer and there is her own narration, family, Sasha Bihari, where she goes into a lengthy explanation some years later, when she's a grown woman about what actually happens, and that is what I wanted to share with you. But as I share the story with you, there's so many lessons to be told as well. And one of the main books I'll be sharing the lessons from is the book of hedges in the hedgerows. Kalani he wrote a famous commentary on Sahih Bukhari Does anyone know the name of that country? It's like the most famous commentary on the most famous book after the Quran itself.

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Anyone know what it's called?

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The book is not a small section about this week.

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Yeah, and it's got two books or the index

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is called fat full body

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fat burning and someone told me that is the translation in English has been done to is quite incredible. But then I found out that the translation may not be that good.

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Yeah. Aloha. So in the hedger, he extracted and by the way, in kita, would have saved the chapter of the sea, you will find the country of Hazzard.

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He spent a long time you know, going into some serious data on every single part of the story, and he extracted some 81 lessons from the story 81 lessons. So the idea is that in Sharla, as we go through the story,

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we want to try and did you some of the lessons and

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this time in particular is an excellent time in order to

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address issues regarding allegations false allegations, slander and gossip. And I know that

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you know what I mean by that. Yeah. So let us take advantage of what is happening in the world today to try and really learn and educate ourselves about how we should be reacting to similar situations. Now, don't read into that any more than what I just said. This is a This was planned from before this incident took place. Okay. Someone said to me today, that Masha Allah Azza wa sallam, he decided this course at the right time, as in fact, this was from before. And then somebody else in dejection said no actually is so awesome. He has the full law, he had to handle all of this in order to market his own course.

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Yeah, but what is amazing is that in the Quran, when Allah spoke about this incident inside sorta to move from verse 11, to verse 26, Allah says that, yeah, they do come along and do immediately he had the myths about the encounter, meaning Allah says, The reason I'm revealing all this to you is to qumola in order to admonish you that you will never return to something similar, ever again.

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Yeah, 1400 years ago, law said that incident that took place, the reason I'm going to detail lessons in that for you is because I don't want you to get caught up in anything like that ever again. Yes. But if you don't know about what the law says, Then of course, you're going to end up falling into those things. Yeah. Another interesting thing about the pourrons narrative on this is that even though this story is a so painful to read about Allah, he, you know, every time I read this story, there has been tears. Is that traumatic,

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despite it being such a painful episode in the life of the process that Allah began the incident by saying after that, when that people came and did what they did, he said, that Sabu, Chatelet Lacombe.

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Allah said, Don't think of it as something bad. Rather, it was something good.

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Don't think of it as something bad. Rather, it was something good for you. Meaning that the outcome of what took place is far better. Yeah, that it actually happens. And you suffered but you learn from it, that is much better than if it didn't happen. And that's what Allah said in the beginning.

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So with that introduction, let us begin. Okay, let us begin. So I'm going to read to you

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that narration that I showed the lowdown on her, she spoke about Now the thing is, 100 said that it was actually Ottawa,

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Ottawa, he collected the statements of Alisha about that story and then he narrated it, yeah. So, this is what he said. What is the first thing that should be said First of all,

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what is the title of this incident called? What is the Arabic term for this?

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How does that all and if

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I fk when I wrote down the poster, someone said that's a spelling mistake there.

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Though the Arabic is if

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I remember I showed he said the word if it is a particular type of life. It is a lie. That shocks people.

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And it has absolutely no shred of truth in it whatsoever. Yeah. So that is the word that allow us to describe the lie that hypocrites made against our mother in order to show that what they said had absolutely nothing to do with her whatsoever. So in the word if is actually a praise for mother.

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let us begin she says about the law that an either or other and yes, Raja saffron, Akira benoni. say she said that when the process alum, he wanted to go on a journey. He would draw lops between his wives. Okay, so the first that we had number of wives, and when he wanted to go on a journey, he couldn't take all of them. And out of justice, what he would do is he would do what we were called to they put the names in a hat. Okay, and whoever's name came out, she would be the lucky one to go with the processor. And it just so happened that on this battle, it was the name of Arusha that came out. Okay. So she accompany the process. And she says, Well, they're better than our own dealership.

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She said this took place after the hijab was legislated. Does anyone know when a law legislative job for the women of Alabama anyone know what year

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What year are we talking about?

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Six. No, it's not that late. It's actually earlier.

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Isn't the fourth add in the card? Yeah, the fourth interior. So she's saying that this happened after that. Yeah, this happened after that. Now why is she making that point? What is the reason she's saying that is in order to show that at this moment in time, women are unrecognizable to men?

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Because they are now wearing full hijab. What does that mean? What he needs to

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know what we call today niqab. And that's gonna come up again as well. So she says this is the kind of time that this took place. Yeah, we know that precisely was the sixth year of her job. And you say is for Anna marshmallow fee? Whoa, that g one zero fee for certain Hector either federal or pseudo lives that Allahu Allah solemn. She said, so I was taken on what they call the hold edge. Hold that is like this circular carriage is a portable carriage. When the when a woman gets inside, they pick it up and they place it on top of the camel. Okay, so she says that I was being carried around on this whole image. And what happened is on the way back from this successful battle,

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something happens. She says what happened is that they stopped somewhere. And I went to relieve myself. And those days didn't have toilets. Okay, they had to go somewhere far to find a remote place. And she says when I relieved myself I came back to join the army. But something wasn't right. Yeah, something was was right. She says but you there, it could only mean just the 30 or the

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dumbest to equity. What happens any if she says that, I noticed that my necklace that was made out of precious stones had said either these stones had a pleasant smell, or they're very bright and colorful. and wondering, she said that my mother gave me this when I got married to the processor. So it's very sentimental type of jewelry. So she says a broken it fell off my neck. So I went back to look for it. Okay, went back to look for it. Now she didn't find it. And then when she came back eventually to where the army was, what happened?

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They had gone. There was no one there. And this is not a service station.

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And there is no Google Maps. You're in the middle of the desert. You're stranded. Yeah. But the thing is,

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surely the gods that we're taking her home, and putting up and down would have noticed that look, no one's inside.

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So how is it that they left without?

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In fact, she answered that question herself. She says well home, Yasser buena and nifi were Kenenisa who In the fandom you still Hoon and lamb. She says that back in those days. I know that they would have assumed I was in it because women back then. didn't have much meat on them.

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The one very heavy. Okay. Very interesting way she speaking Isn't she saying that? You know, back then Muslims weren't rich removed. So we didn't eat much. So armies away much. So it's possible that they realize, and then she says, and I was a young girl of few years.

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Yeah. Now, how old? Was she at that time in the house? You said she was 14 years old? Or 15? I want you to imagine a 15 year old girl that you know from your family, a teenager?

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What would be the reaction of a teenager, a girl who is found stranded in the middle of a desert?

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start panicking. Right? She's panicking, right? Bow Ayesha, she didn't start to panic. She said that after justifying why they would have left her. She said, You know what? I knew that they will realize later on and it'll come back to look from.

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So I want to set up the tree and sleep over to me as a few lessons here. First of all, if I had just said What does she mean by they would realize he said it means it meant that the person he would realize because what he would do, he would slow down his Campbell, and he will ride alongside her and he would have a conversation with him, you know, through the carriage. So he would realize that you know what, I'm not there. And then he would say look, we need to go back

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down to Panama Think about that. What kind of character machine had to remain calm in such a dangerous scenario.

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Also, look at the good assumption she made about the gods. Now you have to appreciate that

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She is like the queen of Arabia that time. Because in the six hijiri year, the Muslims have successfully defeated the parish in the Battle of 100. Which means they are now the superpower of Arabian peninsula, and the wife of the man who's the leader is action.

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Now you think about queen or princess. Okay, in that similar scenario, Queens as we know it

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stuck out people. Okay, pretentious. I think the world revolves around them.

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But I show what does she do? She doesn't say these gods How dare they leave me stranded when I find them?

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This Malala has?

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No, she says, You know what? There's a there's a reasonable explanation behind this.

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They didn't know any better. And again, that points towards her character or the amount that she made good assumptions about those people for their negligence.

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Then she said, What come through Jerry etten Hadeeth. At the same she said I was a young girl not have many years. How did I say she was 14 or 15 years? If I hadn't said the reason she said that they are is also to excuse herself childish behavior. We going all the way back there to look for your jewelry. You know, and you spend so long looking for that. She's saying I was a young girl. Okay, I lost my maker. Someone gave that to me. And oh, and I was just a teenager that time. Don't blame me or think of me for doing anything wrong. I have my reasons as well, as this young child. Then she says for attorney if out of any sheen or any. So when she was asleep under that tree, okay.

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What happened is, and by the way, in his heart, he said that, you know, the sleep that she went through, is quite amazing. Because when when you're worried you don't go to sleep. When you exams The next day, you don't get much sleep at night. So even though he's happy, he said that, that sleep that she got in the time of distress was a gift from Allah. He made her fall asleep in order to show her some kind of gentleness and compassion. Yeah. But then she said that, what happened is I when I woke up, and I saw a finger coming towards me. Yeah, you know, when you wake up in the days, you already know what's going on. I saw a finger coming towards me for attorney farahani. And when he

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came closer, he recognized me. He not only when he saw me what Canada you're on a publisher job. Why do you recognize me? Because he was one of those people who saw me before the hijab.

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What does that mean?

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What does that imply?

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She said when he saw me he knew who I was.

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No, he said when he said she said when he saw me, he knew who I was because he had seen me before her job.

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The hijab meant niqab. So how do you not have you seen her before her job? He wouldn't have been able to recognize him. Again, this is affirming that the type of hijab that the women used to wear was what type?

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Now what is amazing is that people today, they say, hijab or niqab is something a job in a pub is a cultural practice of the Arabs. It's got nothing to do with Islam. It's not religiously mandate.

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And have you not read say Buhari? Seriously. She's saying so many times that when hijab came Holocaust, you can't recognize each other? Because you can't see our faces. But before her job, it was possible. Okay. Then she says, first appeared to be Esther Jerry haner. out of money for Hamada to YG big Barbie, she says when he came close to me, I woke up and I made a steel jack

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is the jack is when you say in LA he were in LA he Rajaram now Why did she say that? To someone die?

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What is the inner Lila? What

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was the wisdom behind them?

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very good. Very good. She said in anila why Neela urogen rune because she says that this is not right.

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And so what does she do? She says, what I did is I got my job and I covered my face. Right? If I hadn't said that wouldn't have won. He heard her say that he stepped back and he waited. And then what happened?

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Someone he just said to her, that go and sit on the camel. And the he pulled the rain. And he took her back to the army of the Muslims. Now he Arusha she said that he never said one word to me.

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And the only word I said was in the Lila, he were in the La raggio. Now in this is amazing lesson.

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You see, he has a fun

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when he saw this woman, Alisha, by herself, and he is a non Muslim. Yes. He never went to the extreme that some brothers unfortunately do, which is to say, Sorry, I can't help you. I'm going to run a model right now. So I can't be around you.

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But normally go to the other extreme, which is stuff allowed or have a bias over we talk, you know, how do you know I was? How's your sleep? How did this all happen? You know, seriously, how this will happen? He would have been natural to ask a question, though. How did this happen? How you said one word.

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And nor did she?

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All he did was suggested That's it? What does that teach us? You know, going back to that first trip? Have you heard about that? Brother? Let me he was he was being interviewed. Okay. And the reporter, obviously, is a loaded question. She said, Look, if you saw a woman drowning in the sea, and you could jump in and save up, what would you do?

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What did you say?

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You don't have time to get his number. You know, he said, it must be done

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is going on.

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Now this incident is teaching us that when you need to interact, you should do so with Islamic code. Don't go to extremes, sometimes you have to speak to a system. Okay. And the way you do it is with integrity and respect. Yeah, abiding by the Islamic code of interaction between the genders. Okay, so now they're going back to Well, the first settlement meet the army.

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Now, something happens in between this and then reaching them. What happens is, is that there is this one particularly evil individual known as Abdullah, obey, him obey as far as I can refer to him given obey. And he was one of the worst hypocrites. In fact, he was called like the leader of the pockets of Medina.

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And what happened is that

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what happened is that once the army stopped at another location, there was a well, and these two men one named Xenon, and the other one was Jeff, Jeff, one from Ensenada and the other foot Mahajan. They're waiting to draw water from a well and as sometimes what happens you will be pushing and shoving they're going to fire Okay, it's kind of like an homage to a fight. Now what happened is that as they got into an argument, the old you know tribal fanaticism began to spark up in the

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and so the one from unsolved he said oh ansara come and help me and one from the Mahajan he said Omaha June come and help me he has started to get like it seems to be created commotion and then ignore obey what did he he came in the middle and he was staring spinner star adjuster. And he says look at these guys refer to him because he's from the ansara is a nucleus they came to our land okay. And they took our jobs I'm putting in body language

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and look at the VA now Okay, and then instead of very such an evil statement, he said a statement in Arabic They say

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what is the statement

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some men tell back

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some men can back out cook you know that means he said you feed a dog and then it bites you stuff.

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He see how easy it is. What was he saying? He said look at his margarine

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comparing them stuff a lot to dog to a dog Can you imagine? Then what is one of a young boy Okay, he heard what obey is given obey said anyone straight a person to tell him and really see me on the way.

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So I'm gonna say see what happens.

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He said, You know I've always said overseas, come with me to go to the process. He said to the first jasola m obey takeover isn't it

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Take up, isn't it? And the thing is armor was right. Because even obey was causing what he was causing a civil war, isn't it?

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a stretcher? Isn't it is causing civil war? So armors perspective is correct. But what did the person say?

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He said, Yeah, armor.

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Whoa, people say Mohammed killed his own companions.

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A very interesting conversation, because the first enemy is not saying you're wrong.

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But he's not saying you're right either. Why is he saying?

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Exactly? He's saying that the harm will outweigh the benefit to power? See the person's poor side? Man of wisdom. Yeah, he deserves to be cured if he said that. At the same time, if he is killed, what could be the outcome of that? Yeah. So what does he do the first time he calls ignore me. Okay, and one duration the little boy is sitting outside the tent. Because he's like, you know what, my life is on the line right now. If I'm found out to be lying, what's gonna happen to me? All the big guys are coming down.

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So what happens is that everybody comes into the tent. And first of all straight Did you say this?

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He says, No, I would never say such a thing. And he pleaded innocence. And then Surah tomonaga pornos reviews

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for Allah says will allow you to shadow in the Mona Shatila caribou, Allah Himself bears witness that the hypocrites are outright liars.

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And then, as I say, do

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everyone realize what goes on.

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And if you obey was humiliated, he left the tent, humiliated man. And then in that moment of embarrassment, humiliation,

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does he see who come back?

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So one analogy.

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And he thinks himself, all right.

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And at that moment, he creates this extremely evil,

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poisonous rumor. And other thing is the books that I've seen that the books have had if I hadn't found exactly what he said.

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But the thing is, some people are very good at making up rumors. Isn't they so good? They could do with the eyes,

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isn't it?

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Yeah, well, well, well, someone says. And then what happens is, we say, but we're setting one

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isn't it? I didn't say anything. Some people are very clever when it comes to doing evil things.

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Like, for example, the Daily Mail is a particular type of evil, isn't it? Seriously, Islamic school, and the uniform requires it goes to a hijab. Right? So what do they say? Apparently, the first headline was Muslim school. Now, a school makes its young girls wear hijab. Then they modified the headline to say, Islamic school forces young girls to wear hijab.

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Seriously, what goes through the minds of those people, man, isn't it? So they are some people are very good at making up, you know, stories, rumors and sloppiness, as to me obey. He said something which created that room

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for the law, the wife of the processor of all people

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and he insinuated something indecent to place. Now there's something that you need to know.

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Okay, before we continue about even ob, why did he have in for the processor?

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exactly, yes. David obey. Okay, what happened is that, you know, they said that Medina was has two major tribes or some hospitals, right. And they had been each other's throats for like years was and feud and so on and so forth. And then eventually, just so happened that they wanted to work things out.

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And the person they said would be most suitable to be their leader. In fact, they King was above the line obey.

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And then the legend goes, that they even made a crown for him and everything. You were set to become a king. Okay. And then what happens? We made a pledge with a man who calls himself the Messenger of God sort of long.

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Battle acaba. And then what do you know this man himself is coming to our land

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as a Mahajan, we are expecting him and obviously people

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They were in love with the processor.

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And in obeying, boiling inside, what's going on a crown? Okay, no crown now. Yeah. So when the President came, he realized that you know, what, not only is he not going to get that leadership on top of that is going to go to the process element. And furthermore, it is nothing he can do about it. He can't go against he can't go up against the processor. He's loved too much. So what did he decide to do? He decided to become a cancer and try and destroy the processor from within. So he used to pretend to be the best Muslim and applicated he said, on the day of Juma, you know, he used to do, he used to sit right there with the members. And when the person was about to stand up, he

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was supposed to say you had nice people have sold a lie begging ad. This is the messenger of God right in front of you. Acaba como la Hobi, Allah honored you by this man.

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And he made you prestigious by this man, so respected, listen to him, and obey Him. And then we sit down. It became a jewelry store

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announced from Gaia.

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And what happened that this was the beginning when the battle took place. Okay, this is the third year third history. But what takes place? What do we do if we obey? And the last possible moment the Muslims are camped ready to go to war with courage that outnumber them three to one, and our armor them Islam? He says, You know what? I don't think there's going to be any fighting. I'm going home.

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And he took with him 300 soldiers, reducing the army down by a third.

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Imagine that. Now he thought that the Muslims would have been wiped out at 400 but they were not wiped out.

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So sour grapes once again. After OSHA though people realize what this guy is about. So when he was stood at the front, and he was trying to stand up it becomes easier to pull him by his clothes and pull him back down again and say yeah, I'll do a lot Oh enemy a lot.

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You got no business making announcements here. That's what you got no business, make announcements here was Sonata martial arts. And you know what you did? You know what you did? Right. So he, he lost his

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acumen, think about hypocrites, they don't care about integrity. they'll sell the integrity to get forward in life. So this happened in the third video. Imagine in year six where we are now. You can tell he has got a lot of bitterness and hatred towards the person and the Muslims in general. And so he made the insinuation Now listen to this

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admonition. When she spoke about him, she said for her to come and hallak for halaqa. Manhattan. No, that means it means the one who was destroyed May he be destroyed all over again.

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That's the way she spoke about for hella caminhada. She realized afterwards that it was him. But in the moment of the story, she had no idea so she's going back home, no idea what's happened and she says for Cardinal Medina, we reached Medina fetch the key to fetch the key to Shana Padilla to shahara and then she says that I fell ill

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really she became bed bound. And for a whole month, she was at home Bed Bath.

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And she says one nurse who you feel dude, if you told us her but if I said all the while the people were talking about the room of if behind my back is so painful, isn't it? That if people are speaking behind your back and you don't even know about it, for a whole month, people are saying nasty things about you dragging your name through the mud. And you don't know you can't even respond to the allegations. People are free to say whatever they want. Look at the power of Allah. Allah made her fall ill for the entire month. So she said that while that was happening, I didn't know people were talking lash lbca in midair because she said I had absolutely no idea.

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what happens next, okay, is that she begins to notice in that month that something isn't right in our she notices

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through the processor, the processor now you have to appreciate his he knows he's outside. He sees what's happening. He hears what people are saying.

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And she said that I noticed that when the person used to come and visit me that gradually the

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Time overlooked. Jensen is here to show me began to diminish slowly, slowly, slowly. And we will come inside the house, he will speak to my mother or the slave go and say to her, how is this young one day?

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As you feel nothing is strange. Why is the speaker in property? Obviously she is very ill.

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She's very ill. Now if you're very ill, and someone lays down on you some serious rumor going on about you. callosum he could finish you right. So balance is one of the wisdom person didn't bring it up with

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Allah Callaghan.

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She eventually does find out something strange happens when she makes a recovery. And she finds out what is going on. And she's devastated. And that is what we'll cover next time shot.

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But hey, I just want to bring one lesson to your attention.

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Our last panelist said regarding the if this rumor, liquid Lymbery in main home MK Tessa Davina is Allah said, each and every one of them will have their share of the sim. very amazing one last it because I want you to think about how rumors actually work. What happens is some evil person makes up a rumor. And then what happens next?

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But how does it spread?

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Through gossip, through innuendos? Yeah? Through justice. Chinese whisper takes place isn't it? ages goes from being one thing to something completely different? Yeah. And the thing is, you don't know. Who added what masala. Well, you know,

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someone says, Do you see that brother with a system? That looks a spider man. And the second brother, if he you know, on Instagram has got so many followers. He goes on Instagram and says, serious dodgy dealings going on East right now. Hashtag mo

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dodgy dealings. So now somebody else picks up on that? How does a bit more masala

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until there is a murderer at the end of the day?

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How do we go from this to this? And who exactly was adding things who added more or less, who tried to neutralize the situation who tried to add fuel to the fire? Allah says, could Lymbery in Maine who

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every single person has a different ship. But whatever you share, Allah knows, and he will recompense you based on that. No one's gonna get away with this. Allah is reassuring Asia, in the poor answer Panama, that whatever people said about you, even though you don't know what everyone said, and how much they said, I know. And I'm going to take them to toss what they said. So Panama.

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And as this is a very deep lesson for us. So that's the first lesson. And I want to end by just something that it now shows, in our shows. And this is very important when he said that when this incident took place, the people divided into three camps. The first camp the moon after cone, they knew what they were doing. They created that room and then they spread it.

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Cap number two, what naive Muslims who listen to that rumor, and they spread it themselves. What is camp number three?

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Okay, the brother said that count three are people who rejected the rumor.

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They feel good.

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That's the wrong answer.

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The waiting revelation now.

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They just listened to it.

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Similar to other brother sets, they just heard it meaning they didn't agree with it.

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No, that's number two. Now you Muslims. I mean, why would you spend something unless using the money?

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that hadn't been rejected?

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Yes. Not only did they not believe it, but they said that is a liar. You're not allowed to say something.

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Think about that. Which camp would you be?

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How many of us would be in that number three camp where if we had something which is baseless.

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We would say we want to say you know what, bro, not sure, man.

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I'm not sure

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But instead of that you will say bro you don't you dare say something about him.

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He is a believer. You can't make allegations about him just like that. How many of us would say

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and what is in the Quran? Allah condemned? You know which camp

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Allah condemned count number two more than camp number one.

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Allah condemned the nine Muslims more than the hypocrites, because the hypocrites would expect my Muslims How dare you lack the Islamic code when it comes to false allegations of a sexual nature? About a believing man or woman?

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And that really is something to think about inshallah, of course next week, we're going to go into far more detail inshallah. Otherwise, the loss of the millennium of Mohammed Marlon early he was actually as mean, but does not have

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any questions regarding the beginning part of the story.

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Don't ask me what happens next. But that's my secret. So

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I'll just take your questions.

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In obey.

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Well, the question is, you know, the 300, that left we didn't obey comes in inside of the processor.

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Either they were monasticon, as well. Or they were duped by him. Yeah. Meaning that actually thought that, you know,

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he's saying that there's not really going to be a fight. And I think he's right. So I'm going to go back to the result alone.

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But there were many hypocrites in India. Many hypocrites, it wasn't just a few. Yes.

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was recognized.

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The day before the job be recognized. Yeah. So if he was now under the tree wearing a call, that's what I'm saying she wasn't. She was asleep. And when she saw him, she didn't realize when she put the hijab and when she put on the carbon,

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yeah. So from that, scholars say that this means that these two, these two, if you like it, if you like this two eras, era before she job era after hijab, in the era of hedge, well, of course, we could know each other, they can see each other in the era of a job. You can't recognize each other because people's faces are covered. Therefore, what hedge are meant to them, was what we call new confidence. Then the scholars differ, whether that means it's logical to win a cup, or whether it's recommended.

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As for opinion, number three, which is a cultural practice, nothing to do with Islam, that is baseless and rejected. And this is

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sort of a new, sort of the note from verse 11, to verse 26.

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the Facebook.

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Yep. So the brothers asking about what you were thinking about.

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To be honest, I want to begin by saying is very difficult. And this particular moment of, you know, heightened tension and

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rumors and gossip, to really add anything to this discussion in a meaningful way.

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The reason being is because whatever I say,

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can either be interpreted this way or that way, depending on which side you're on. Yeah. So what should we do? My advice, okay to regular folks, is to ignore the gossip that is taking place and save your tongues and your fingers from being part of it.

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Seriously? Yeah. Because imagine, imagine that it all turns out to be false.

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What you did in the process,

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can be considered not just a major sin,

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but a sin punishable by a head

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which is 80 lashes by the way.

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And is a big guy who does it so

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yeah, so it's not a minor thing. is a huge thing. At the same time,

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If you gain more by saying no, I'm not gonna say it's true, I'm gonna say is wrong.

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Yeah, then you're in a dilemma.

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Listen to me, you're in a dilemma. The reason being, is because what we see at the moment is that they are trustworthy people saying something happened.

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So if you say, No, I don't believe it, you're actually saying that those trust when people are lying.

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So you're in a rock and a hard place. Seriously, do you get what I'm saying?

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I don't know if people are getting what I'm saying.

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Because if you say no, the Koran says, If you hear the allegation, you got to dismiss it, and say that it's a lie. That's true, if you heard it as an allegation.

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But this is not just someone coming up to you saying this. Someone says something. Oh, no, it seems like no, you're hearing respect some respect to people

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saying that actually is something that therefore what is my advice? My advice is don't get involved at all.

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Save yourself from that, because either way you're going to find yourself in serious trouble. Yeah. In terms of a general advice

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we have to be mature. What does that mean? It means that if you find out that someone respect when the community made a mistake, okay, then though that does diminish your level of respect and love for them

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in terms of the good that person did, it should not be deleted

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rather it should be still benefited from

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if it's not tainted, he should still be benefited from and that is what you call maturity.

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Because what we will learn in this story that some of the people in camp number one

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were notable

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notebook fan is one of them. He fought in the Battle of butter

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he fought in the Battle of butter and yet he was part of the inner circle. Therefore, if we all have the attitude of someone does something wrong helaas deleted from my life and everything good David.

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That would be an Islamic Israel Yeah, and Allah knows best Okay, I think on that note, we'll

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see you next week inshallah Baraka

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