The Seerah of the Prophet Muhammed (Peace and Blessings be Upon Him) – Episode 02

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Brothers and sisters in Islam as salaam alaikum.

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Today is part two

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of the Sierra

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biography of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Brothers and sisters,

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it'd be a good idea for you to get some notes or

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write some information. Because when it comes to the CLR, there is just so much rich information.

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And sometimes it's hard for me to simplify it.

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I need to speak slow sometimes, maybe I need to repeat some things.

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It's so important to learn the CRL. In order to understand the core enter,

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you can't have the core app without knowing the life of the Prophet so levada center.

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And in fact, there is a great score

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from an analytics span,

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he said,

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it wouldn't have been enough just to learn to see it out of the province of a law center.

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without even having

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to prove that he is a problem.

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If we didn't have the command, he said, just the car, the life living the life of the promise of the Law Center Sallam would be sufficient enough

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to make you believe

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that he is a prophet of Allah.

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It is impossible for anyone to understand the Quran without knowing the life of the Prophet.

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And the thing about the Quran, it guides you, it touches on what's necessary for you to learn so that you can connect to a loss.

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But the forehand does not provide references.

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It tells you a story or a guidance. But it doesn't tell you what it's related to

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for example,

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the Battle of name

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is in Surah.

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October, but you don't have to that's referring to

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It's referred to

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and many more. If you know the story behind the

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the context, you'll understand the core engine better. In fact, it's dangerous. May I and I say this confidently. It's dangerous for you

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to try to understand the program without knowing the context in the life of the Prophet salado said, you know what context means?

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Of course a lot of you do but I can see younger people here the word context is everything. When you want to learn the Quran, it's everything.

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For example, Allah subhana wa tada speaks in the Quran about taking arms against the disbelievers.

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And he motivates you to take up arms and fight them.

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Why on earth I mentioned this

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we have to learn the context the Sierra, what's the story about doesn't mean that you have to go around every corner wherever you see a disbeliever you kill him or her that contradicts the entire core energy.

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But the area is referring to when the kurush disbelievers the enemies of the province of Ontario center are heading out to annihilate the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the companions.

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And the last month Allah had forbidden the Muslims from fighting

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for about 13 years not allowed to fight back even with persecution.

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And finally our last pantalla brought down very strong versus telling them go out and fight them whenever you see them around the corner meaning the soldiers that are coming to fight you

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The loss isn't other versus Wouldn't

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that be the status of war?

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So there's a context. Otherwise, you'd go ahead and say, I've got to kill every car for the next door neighbor, the one that comes to the monster. That defeats the purpose of Islam completely, there goes a step. If that was his then it would have been extinct A long time ago because it's truly would be a barbaric religion.

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My brothers and sisters in Islam, in a nutshell, it's impossible to understand the Quran without knowing the life of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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We need to teach our children when they go to sleep, instead of reading them stories about Harry Potter in the likes. Why don't you read them stories about the life of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and make them love it. One line, he is truly the master of masters are some of those of us enemies saying you are winning.

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He is the best you are learning about the best of the best sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He is the one that not only Muslim scholars of Christ, but also non Muslim historians and great thinkers and writers. He was rated according to one of the greatest story, Michael Hart, and others like him as the best most influential men in the history of mankind.

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To him the most influential doesn't necessarily mean that he was a prophet of God to him, but most influential and in Islam definitely are somewhat less loyal send them a saw that will I mean, the truthful, the trustworthy.

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Brothers and sisters, before I begin today, I'm going to talk about pre Islamic Arabia.

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I'm not going into the story Bahamas of the law send them yet pre Islamic Arabia is essential for us to learn. You need to bear with me.

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You need to learn what happened before the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. You need to learn the lineage. How did Arabs become Arabs? You need to know about the Arabs? Why not because the Arabs are better than anyone else. As the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said,

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there is no superiority of an Arab or non Arab except in piety and God consciousness of God fear. But why do we have to learn about the history of the Arabs? Number one, the Quran has come down in Arabic, and in the context of what happened to the Arabs. And then also the lesson a lot of a sudden came out from among the Arabs. And he began the Dawa there.

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You will appreciate knowing the history beforehand, because the Quran constantly refers to people before Mohammed Salah for example, in Look what Anima says will come

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who are coming.

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You will have no idea the people of Cuba who is Cuba, and then you will understand from today inshallah, that tuba is the title of the king of the Arabs of Yemen.

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And then you'll start learning history about the novelist trying to say about them to you what Ally's saying to you. So let's go into it. First of all,

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I'll just recommend a few books for you. For those of you who want to read a little bit more about the Sita was get asked this question, what can you recommend? I recommend some modern day books that are written in English.

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And the best ones that I can think of that I recommend, because their English is the best except for one of them. The best among the Syrah books of today

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is the sealed nectar

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by Mubarak for yourself, law is an Indian scholar.

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But his Arabic was profound. The problem with that book is that it's English English translation is a hidden door

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you read it can't get through past two pages, you just want to put it away. It's the only problem with it. So unless you understand Arabic or or do, you're not going to enjoy it very well. Unfortunately, maybe one of us can read translate that book inshallah in more of a simplified language and language that we can understand. The sealed neck that is probably the most authentic source book about the spirit of the prophets of Allah.

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I also recommend this is a really good book that is in really good English. And it's really good to connect with it's called in the footsteps of the Prophet by Dr. Tara Ramadan.

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Another one is noble life of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam by Ali celeb.

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Told you get a pad and pen you would have written these down. Another one is Mohammed by yahia

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Emmerich that was more for Arabs if you really want to look at how he refutes the orientalist, no orientalist non Muslim historians who came out to try and pick on every little thing about Mohammed Salah Salem and turn it into something horrible

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Another one is Mohammed his life based on the earliest sources, by a convert, revert to Islam by the name of Martin link. Excellent English, because he's got Shakespearean English. The only problem with that book is that you've got a few errors in there that are factually wrong. Just be careful about them. And the horrible stuff about a love story, got Mohamed Salah send them and it's not even true as far away from it. So these are some of the books like how do we know that what we're talking about the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is true? How do we know if everything we're saying is true? Where did we get all this from?

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You know, brothers and sisters, the seat of the counselor that I sent him is not like any other history book that you read from the west,

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or any other booking of narratives. A lot of it has so many problems. This person gives a different history to this person, this person claims this history and that history has been changed and altered, except for the CEO of the province of Alberta send them we have an extremely detailed authentic narration of his life. And that's one of the miracles of the last kind of data to be honest, if Allah had said in operand, which he did, that Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam has been sent to all of mankind, Ramadan lilyana mean he was a mercy to all of the world, the genes and the humans,

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then his life story in detail has to last with us, even 1400 years later.

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And Subhanallah we have detailed stories about the province of Hollywood center, when I do marriages for people, it's so easy to talk about the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, more than Jesus Christ, that they sell out more than Moses at a center more than a primary center. Why? Because we have so much detail about the intimate life, the intimate life between the prophets of Allah send them his own wife, in a in a respectful manner. Of course, all of us have told us that everything we know when he spent where he spends.

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We know all these things about them, because of the seed.

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the sahabas they brought to us his life story,

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the nephew of Irish of your novel and has lived with it for a very long time he narrates the most from her because he lived with it. He didn't need a mom she didn't need. You have some other companions are really close, especially the younger ones.

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among the earliest historians that we have, and the best source of the history of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, has to be none other than a man by the name of Mohammed bin his hat. Hands up if you've heard of him before.

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If you haven't memorized that name, both young and old, it's time for us now to learn who our great scholars were. And where did we get our information from? This is our history, everybody. Before you know we ruled the world, in justice and peace, everybody loved us. For more than 1000 years, we reached China guys. Everybody took the technology from us and our language we translated most of the books of the word including the old Greek books, and under us in Spain is one of the greatest places of our heritage in technology and advancement and knowledge. Everybody knew all of our scholars, certainly in the past 100 years after World War One, when the Ottoman Empire fell, the West tried

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those enemies who wanted Islam to die, they tried to change our knowledge and education, you didn't hear about it in the curriculum.

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You know more about the coliseums and the Romans, and the seizes and the Empires more than our own. So my brothers and sisters, please put a bit more effort today and learn these names that I'm going to give you don't think of them as boring. They're extremely important as you grow older, especially the younger ones you remember these names inshallah, and they'll help you know that our religion is authentic. So the early man is urbanists have, he lived 85 years after the price of a Bollywood cinema 85 years, hugely. So that means he has met the children of the companions, the grandchildren of the companions, and possibly

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some of the companies themselves, maybe our beloved Muslim, maybe, maybe not, but this man even his tab A long time ago. So he knows so much about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he met all these people even traveled the world to get information about the western civilization, the Romans and the Persians. His book is amazing. And he came up with that 15 volumes. Unfortunately, in those days, they used to write it with their hands page or they didn't have copywriters and printers like what we have today.

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So then came a student, about 100 years later. He, student of his students, and sorry, his student, not 100 years later, a few years later, and he produced a book called selectivity

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See that they've been a sham is the greatest source that scholars use to talk to us and write their books about the life of the Prophet.

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And he summarized it from 15 volumes to about four volumes took out all the unnecessary information. But sopin a lot of in his house books were found again, in,

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Panama, in

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the Western world, I forgot, but non Muslim historians found his books written in his own handwriting, we have some remnants of it. So what I'm trying to say to you is this, our Syrah the history of possible our center is not something made up every single book of Syrah till today that has been taken from him in his heart, and it is an authentic source, you won't find it any different. And this is one of the miracles of

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these books they have, you know, what they have they have something called the Senate. Every person has a physical Senate.

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Oh, man, this word Senate is so important, sir. Not the senate guys. Senate is how we get our bodies. How do you think we know how did this came from the province was 100 years ago? How am I supposed to know that the province allows it and really said this or really did that? We have something called center that if you don't know what it is on this limb, the name repeat after me.

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You can say

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How old are you?

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Nine, nine year old knows it Shame on you.

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You just learnt it now. Don't ever forget it. SAP Senate. All right, Senate. Senate is like, you know, when an archaeologist finds something in the desert.

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And he studies how long this bone has been there, this artifact has been there and they've got little signs and remnants and they follow it and they follow it back to other things. Other remnants, sometimes look at bacteria, and you trace it back to other types of bacteria scientists and go all the way back to like 50 million years ago, and tell you what bacteria existed. And they had, by the way, the Cambrian fossils 50 million years ago, they can tell you by tracing affects bacteria, we have Senate, we can trace it back by name, after name after name of each person, every person who said it and hurt their life where they live, whether they were truthful or not

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everything. We've got all their names. Not a single system in the entire world actually has this thing called senate except Muslims. We are the only ones who have this type of preservation. And you know what? This is another reason for us to believe it's a miracle from a Lost Planet. Allah Allah says in the Quran.

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We are the ones who sent down this liquor. The liquor is the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And we are the ones who are preserving and not you. So we have the Senate, nothing like it in the world brothers and sisters. Now let me take you into the interesting way that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam come from let's go back in time.

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At the time of new hire a hustler? He said he had a few songs after the flood. One of them that we are 100% sure of his name was Sam.

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Hands up if anyone sent me any Sam's here.

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one cent

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cent, maybe across the world hearing on live stream so that might open by the way, rest of Muslims in the world.

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Sam is where the Arabs and the likes of the Arabs came from, including the Jews, the Israelites. And the people who look like them. You know the Assyrians as well. Those types of people.

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That type of color. We all came from Sam.

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This man Sam, it is said that he had two brothers, ham and the F.

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Han. They believe that the Africans came from dark colored people.

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By the way, those were those who from around the world are learning to be racist. In Australia. It's okay we can say called people that don't get upset. Number two, yeah, fifth. Yeah. Fifth. They say that the Caucasian people came from what we know today as the Europeans, the white

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and the rest of them came from sin.

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Hama Salatu was send them his claim from Sam as well. They call them the semi and the semis from Sam came to men whom the Arabs trace their lineage to the first one is called alcohol.

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Alcohol existed about a few 100 years before you smell a

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smell. And the Arabs trace the earliest lineage of the Arab Arab Arab ism or the Arab nature of God, they called the original genuine

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Pure Arabs in Arabic Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah.

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And the name of God didn't exist before. He had a son named Yara.

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And from his name they took the name Otto is named after men.

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And from there came the original Arif. Some of the original Arabs were the ones who existed in Medina at the time the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. They're the people of yesterday with the original Arabs and some others, even till today, I hear about them in Saudi Arabia or other places. Arabs man, they they trace their lineage, they've got a family tree that takes them some of them all the way back.

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All the way back to know how to sell them, some of them and sometimes we hear this shared someone so so so a funny ever heard of that before.

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Meaning comes from truly that inherited, enjoy in the family tree goes all the way arrows have this thing about their honor, they will die for honor. People buy for money and people die for a woman people die for power, people die for all sorts of things. Arabs before it's their honor, was the biggest thing. They used to have wars and battles between tribes and countries just because of one thing, you know what it is? honor, whatever they considered on a race, they'll fight to death. Even till today, we still have this Angelina's shut off, you know, shut up, but you have that religious shut off, right in the olden days is to think that your mustache would grow your mustache long

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nozzle and touch it, that's your shut off that guy. That's your honor. You touch it, people would kill each other over.

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You know, we also have about you know, some customers about turning a foot towards someone in new Western cultures, nothing or non agricultural to us. This is shut off out there, you turn your foot and

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we go. So this is customs and traditions. But this idea of shut off is a big thing. Some of it is very noble, and some of it is jeconiah.

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For example, one men forgot his name, the sahabas he bought down. I'm just beating it to another

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network. Sorry. We'll talk about it next time. It used to belong to the corporations where the counsel was and he bought it for a bottle of wine. I'll tell you the story next next lesson about this whole thing, very special place later on when the Muslims took over and there was Muhammad Ali Alon became the believer. This particular companion sold Darryl najwa for 100,000 dinos and that was cheap in that time and Mario got angry says this is our heritage, our history our shut off of the Arabs the honor, how could you sell it for such he said to him Listen, man, I bought it for a bottle of wine.

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You know, the man who owned it was drunk. And he signed the paper and became one

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because Islam came the workshop on a do we have in determinedly on us. What's this? That's the place where they conspired against the Prophet sallallahu Sallam from new one to come here and honor I sold it. And he donated the whole manifesto venular anyway, so sometimes the Arabs still had even the Muslims, even the companions sometimes can forget. And this idea of the Arab honor comes in.

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The worst thing you can do to an error errors due to which they swear at each other, so you don't shut up.

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This is the worst a quick look, here's your honor. They say this is the worst you can do to an hour now. The non Arabs nothing big. But just to show you is that

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I shouldn't have said that. My dad's gonna kill me. Brothers and sisters in Islam. There was another Arab. Now there are also Arabs called Arab and berita. The extinct Arabs, they are hired and mowed and the likes of them extinct. The only thing we have with them is the buildings that are carved into mountains of Petra in Jordan is also one down in

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the thermal people away from Mecca from Medina. And you can see the houses in the mountains that extinct we'd have no remnants of the

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last bunker destroyed. Then you have the third type of Arabs which is the majority of us, the Arabs who live in Middle East and so on. By the way, when I say us, take it easy. Most of us here who aren't we say we're from Lebanon or Syria or Palestine and here or there. Most of us who are actually not even Arabs to be honest. biolage we became Arabs later, most of us even Israel in our lives and then it wasn't an Arab you know, that was a smile. I sent him an error. Now he wasn't an error. Where did it come from?

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Where did it come from? Where? Lebanon

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Georgia, Babylon, good good. No Egypt

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Come on, man. Maybe to Egypt

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Is Abraham's one other SLM institution? Correct? Correct. Did you just want even Harris? Did you know that, by the way, has all came from Egypt, but they weren't Arabs, the Egyptians they came later.

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Maybe that's why they changed the game to look good.

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Take it easy Egyptians. I love that.

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It's my cinemas origins from Babylonia. That's the heart of civilization. And he migrated with his mother has a we all know the story. Remember the story. They went to Mecca, the story is long, you will know this story. And he grew up among the Arabs of Judah. Then he had his children and from his children's children came the

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study by the Arabs that became an error, error, error bars. And those Arabs later on became so eloquent in their language that they even were more superior than the real pure Arabs in the Arabic language. Among them was Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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From Izmir Allah His son from his progeny came a man named Adnan Now why is that an important odd man? anyone's name?

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is odd man.

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Okay, I've met an Arab he became an Arabic Why is important? Can anyone guess? Why is that important?

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you have to memorize that name

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is the 20th great grandfather of the prophets of

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the 20th 20th generation later, precisely, precisely agreed upon by all the schools.

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his lineage is known precisely and perfectly. That's what I'm trying to say. Last night, he chose Mohamed Salah, send them from the best bloodline that you can imagine the best, not just the best, then the best then and the best that will come. As I told you, the real Arabs lost a bit of the Arabic and the Arab startup I became even better than them. I lost my dad and knew that in the lineage of his nine on a solemn later on 20 generations to come, that will be the masters of Arabic, that all the Arabs had pride in and honor them with an humble sallallahu wasallam was going to be from them. Okay, that's why

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you have to notice nearly didn't come from any bloodline.

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So Ibrahim alayhis, salam, let's go back.

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Ibrahim Ali Salam and Hamza went to migrated to the middle of nowhere. And the last pantalla that Ibrahim alayhis salam returns, her shot stated.

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And the story is long not going to repeat it zum zum came out by the will of a Muslim dialect. And so he did that. And then came down and stamped his foot in the form of man and citizen came out. Zamzam therefore became the symbol, everything of that place.

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Then, as the story goes on, there was a tribe from Yemen.

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What happened to them was that they had a river from which they drink from and they use the for their plantation and their survival. It was cold, said the dam was broken, and everything dried. and Europe the the Yemenis had no more water.

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And the Arabs that were there, there were many tribes with many chieftains. They started to separate in the world. Arab, some of them went to Iraq.

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They went to Iraq. Some of them went to a sham

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Sham today's used to be great as Syria, you know, Sham is Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Jordan, parts of Turkey, that's a sham.

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And honestly, Yemen at that time, they were the only Arabs there. There were no other Arabs at all. We're talking maybe what 5000 years ago.

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4000 5000 years ago, Tom Kramer said would have been about three and a half 1000 years ago.

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Another tribe called thief, they went to a bar.

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They were also the lessons of assassin they went to a sham as I said 380 There was also an arrow to the left minds

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all these names I don't know if you really want to know them, but just let you know. They went to the borders of Iraq

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and these guys menaggio

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They became friends with the Persians, and they were the heart of technology and identity and knowledge for the Arabs before Muhammad Sallallahu sallam. Among them came a scholar named Evan CD and if anyone ever heard of him

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even sitting in great great scholar medicine, interpretation of dreams and so on, there was also Musab no Messiah, the conquest or conquered Spain later on, we have great people from those Arabs of Iraq. And these guys that these Arabs from in Yemen, they were good looking, and the Persians called them the king of the Arabs. Anyway, let's move on.

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Some of them lived in Iraq, as I said, and those Arabs became Christians. They became Christians, because they were allies to the Romans in Iraq. later on. They took on the Persian beliefs and they became allies to the Persians.

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The Persians nicknamed them as I said, the king of the Arabs, the Persians were full of a Paragons. pridefulness, the Romans were better than them.

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Because the Romans were Christians. The Persians were Zoroastrians they worshipped fire.

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And then we'll explain to you why some of the beliefs came into the Arab world when it came to find an idolatry and pridefulness. A little bit from here from there.

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The Arabs were actually pure

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from the time of dismantling, and they brought him on he said,

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there was a tribe man,

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and they came from Yemen, looking for water. And you know the story they found this made and agile, and they settled amongst German tribes that have killed hairs on her son and taken over mechanisms. But who knows why they didn't do that.

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Remember, we said about the Arabs and they honor? Remember I said some some is good, some is bad. This is a good type of honor shut off. It was among the honor and loyalty that areas respected themselves even before Islam, you find a woman alone or a child alone, you do not have otherwise it is our It is a shame upon the tribe forever.

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So they lived among Helen, as I told you, their honor is everything, take money away from them, they everything, but

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they lived among them and it's made them go up. It is said that he is the one who learns how to hunt horses and tame them. From the Arabs, the Arabs were Muslim, the stallions and so on and so forth. And this made them learn the Arabic language just as good probably even better than the use of powered, eloquent, Arabic speaking prophet of Allah Subhan. Allah is married.

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Then we know that the story goes on with your brain. I sent him his name, built the Kaaba, they built the car.

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And when they built the Kaaba, a last minute, the artist said to Ibrahim Ali's

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to stand and cold to the people to come to it. The law says what

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Finn had to carry

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gone at

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And he told me about him and he said, a stamp and call in hush

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to all the people to come, and they will come to you, from every corner and deep areas of the world, from the valleys from the mountains. This mighty brothers and sisters is nothing but

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a miracle.

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And truly a must. And Brian myself asked a lot in the same day and the same guy said a lot. Make this land a pure land.

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Love, beloved to the hearts of the people

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that enters their heart and makes them come they're truly my brothers and sisters, every civilization that had ever heard of Mecca, whether they were the Arabs, whether they were the Christians, whether they were the Jews, any people venerated and respected the Kaaba. As soon as they saw it. They found an aura to it. Everybody, even now you go to the car, have never seen it before you go even every time you go there, you look at it, something makes you respected. The aura honor. This, my brothers and sisters is a miracle from a loss paradigm. And from the dawn of Prophet Abraham and a center. Now brothers and sisters, the story is going to revolve around the Kaaba law,

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you're going to hear a lot about it. You're going to learn now how idolatry came into the carpet and who brought it in, and so on. My brothers sisters, the cowboy is actually built by your grandmother, first of all rectangular, you know that curve that you see. You see the picture with that curve. People stand inside of it. curve and it looks cute when there's a curve. And people do talk around the charisma inside the code. Have you realized that?

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You know that one

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it's called hazardous smelly is where there's a little room with no settings to live in and pray.

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The cargo is actually all the way there was rectangular. Later on, you're gonna find that white cube when I come to the story in the next class we will leave it to that.

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It had no cover over it. It was just bricks, and there was the pleasure and a sweat the BlackRock Some say it came from gentleman he was white to the sins of the people made a black have got some disappointing news for him. My brothers and sisters, the scholars have not pinpointed is of its authenticity. We don't know if it's really authentic, that is awake, some of them are fabricated. We're not really sure whether the rock rock really was white, and the sins of the son of Adam, change it to black, but truly It was a rock from Jana. It was a rock from Jenna What's up?

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My brothers and sisters in Islam. And so the Kaaba became venerated. They began to do tawaf. Ibrahim alayhis salam made the Sunnah of all the rituals that we do today, the same ones to suffer and Merriweather saw you look forward to praying at Makana Brahim, everything that we do today is from the son of Abraham and he said that it was lost half of what was lost along the way. And Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam brought it back to the way of his father, Ibrahim Ali is his father truly because the super assassin is the offspring of the prime minister and because of this man.

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We will clear up to him about last year, we Okay.

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Let's look now at what happens next.

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We all hear about the copper market having idols in it? Can anyone tell me how many bottles they think we're inside of the cup?

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350 60 360. Correct. Some historians say was 360, because of the number of the of the days in the year, the Arabs didn't have a calendar, they didn't count months and days. But they had a year. And they used to mark their days and months by events. For example, the year of the elephant when the province of Salem was born. That's how they used to say, you know, two years before this event three years after that event. That's how they used to do it reminds me of the footage back and living on the elders, they also have the same thing they used to say you were born. Last one was my father born when was my mother born now say he was born five years after the last harvesting of your

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grandfather's land up in wherever. After the rain when he wins that I have no idea. That's how they counted when the livestock ran away when the harvesting happened. And it was a drought when so everybody marks these events. That's what the Arabs used to do before Islam before the history curriculum. So let's have a look at something.

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How did the arms come in? Did you know

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for the next,

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at least,

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for the next

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2000 years or less. The Arabs everywhere in the world, not a single Arab

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did shake the whole state of tawheed on the religion of the Prime Minister, maybe they were not practicing. Maybe they did other things. But there was no shift in the Arab world if and until something happened.

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There was a man by the name of Under

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Armour didn't go higher. If he can't remember his name, I'm not going to make you remember just remember the dip back. You can call him

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this guy entrepreneur Hi, existed about 500 years before

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he came in 500 years before the prophets of Allah.

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And what happened was, remember, I told you that came to GABA and I

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live without there was another tribe called closeout. If anyone heard of him

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all these names next time bring a riding advisor said three times close our

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original Arabs honorable high was one of them. And he was the big man they respected us beings everything

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they wanted to take over America. So they had a battle with German and they beat the German tribe.

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So the German they went and buried themselves. They buried

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for the next 500 years or so. Nobody could know wisdoms and peace until

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who came along.

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The grandfather of the prophet SAW the law they will center. That story will come next week about our difference once again.

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Just before the coming of the prophecy.

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Jerome Barrett alone would not allow them to be shared.

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by a man who he knows is soon going to introduce idolatry into Arabia.

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Not zanza not

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a miracle from a last minute data when it came out. And it was a miracle from a lot that it got buried, and no one would know. Until close to the proxy last semester.

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There was still some German people there.

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When they buried it, the copper state, and this man comes in armor.

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He became the authority of Mecca. Everything he said everybody followed. The Arabs had this thing they achieve. They follow him API becomes a Christian and become a Christian. They become as a Muslim, they become the Arabs were like, the chief is their honor.

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So what happened?

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Omar Abdullah, Hi, this man, he was a trading trade. So he went to a sham, the heart of trade at that time.

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And he met a people called the Americans

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in the Bible that called the mo coins.

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These people are the enemies of the Israelis, the Jews hate him. Have you ever heard of the story of David and Goliath? Deadwood, and Goliath?

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Goliath was the king of the Catalans of the Emerald plates, the America, they were actually joined in Arabic And these giants to the Israelis, they were named after a man named Luca. But to the Arabs that were truly joints compared to the Arabs, the Arabs are medium high, generally. And the America were about, you know, nothing below 60 or something seven foot. So there were probably two meters 190 seat 190 centimeters to meters, two meters and above. Huge P.

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And they were they were extinct. They perished after the battle that they would release. However, some of them stayed.

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when I came along,

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this was before that, he said

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he found some of them still then there was still no authority.

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Before they would not after

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the America where I respect the civilization

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by the world because of their size, especially by the Arabs.

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And he found them worshipping idols.

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He said, What's this, you know, rocks carved out?

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And they said, We asked them for provision we when we're in war, we asked them for God to help us and they call upon God, the ultimate God to help us they their channel

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between us and God.

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And I like that idea.

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So he said I want to follow this is a good one. We'll give you a one of these thoughts. And he took a god of this obviously an idol by the name of

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hobo is the original idol of the errors. That's why you always hear us leave the Sierra and the battles between the Muslims and the kurush especially in the Battle of Sofia and if Tom was a Muslim, he came out and said what? Over and over

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Glorified is too bad.

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reply to him. We have a mode when

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we have our protected you have no protector? Hello.

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So huben was the first he brought him into Makkah.

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And he ordered the tribes and everybody they must worship the oils.

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Everybody had to obey.

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The prophet SAW what was said they've said in saw him before and he and other

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Muslim and others.

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One of the narrations he said

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in a while and say yes sir. Well, well other than us man.

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And Jose, what

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he said the first one to make livestock holy

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lives livestock, cows, camels, sheep, make them holy.

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And the first one to worship I was in bring them into the Arab world is

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the who's a man by saw him in Hellfire with his intestines and organs dragging behind him.

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He is the one who did this.

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So what did he do?

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He brought in all sorts of items. And he gave each tribe an idol to worship.

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each other was designated for each tribe.

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For example, there was what up Yo, yo, unless they were the gods who retired from Oh, honey, sir, each tribe coupon, I won't say their names of the tribe, but each tribe had an idol, that they on it. And this was for that tribe. And the way entrepreneur, I knew these names of these idols, the shaitan actually came to me in a dream. And he said to me, is what NASA is almost all designers from know how to sell and make them, make them gods, let's have a broad array.

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He made new rules in America, you have to know these rules, because the Quran actually talks about and when we talk about the purpose of the Senate, when it comes back to these rules, and what happened. Some of the rules are as follows. He said to each tribe, listen, some of you who don't live in Mecca, and some of you need to travel away from Makkah, you have to worship God. They said, we're worshiping God, he said, not.

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You have to have a channel between you and God a lot. You know, like grapes, ancient Greek.

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Zeus is the big God, you got all these other little gods. That's how he started making different Greek theology.

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So he said Hoban is the big one is in Kaaba and each one of you have to take something of their lives, what do you take? Do you have to take a piece of the rock of the car,

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take a little rock, you take it with you, please try each person and you worship and along the way.

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Or a rock from around the cup.

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In behati, it says that the Sahaba used to say this, we used to worship rocks.

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When we found the rock that look nicer than another rock, from the Kaaba,

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we throw the other rock away and take that and make it Oh God.

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The nicer looking rock, you can see it's based on nothing.

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And if we didn't have any rock, you know what they would do? They would pile up some dirt, make it a little paper, we'd get a goat,

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a female good, I would milk the milk all over that pile. And it would make the walk around and becomes

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a bit harsher, Alaska. And he says Brett Scalia says the companions

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used to say that we used to make our gods out of anything, anything, we don't have any rock, sometimes we make our birth out of dates.

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And when we go to hungry in the deserts, we start eating our gods

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leading your own God. So this is what they start to believe is and I know why it's not strange. In this day and age, we come back to the same rubbish. I know we Muslims. Today, even the most technologically advanced countries of the world

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are so advanced, I don't believe in anything, they'll still come and make sure they worship. I don't know this idol of that thing. And you saw that in the industry example. They don't have Athena, they've got no system of the worship of God whatsoever. All you got to do is just worship many gods. You can have a God of your choice of anything that represents anything.

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Whatever you like.

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In the US and Australia and Europe all over Europe, they believe in Star signs and someone believed in tarot readings and that you know that they have your astrology reading. People believe that if you're born in January, then you're this character born in February your

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star signs.

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What else did

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he mutilated livestock and made them holy? And I'm wondering why the Hindus make the cows balding. And it's happened among the Arabs. Allah says in the Quran. Imagine

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monokini Isla de naka

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de la Vina

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alpha Lotus 123. So this is one of the verses that we read. And a lot of people really don't understand what he's saying. What's this? A lot did not make the hero unnecessarily but and the vasila and the ham, as laws, but it is those who disbelieved. They're lying and fraudulently forging it upon God making lies and most of them do not even think so What is it I'll just tell you an example of what they used to do. And behavior is the holy female candidate.

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When a female

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camel gave birth to five calves, she became holy, they clipped it here and cut it. No one's allowed to use it. It's allowed to graze anywhere it likes, no one's allowed to touch it. And when he died, both men and women hated, it was holding sacred. That's the hero sir Ava, is the holy male candidate.

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When a male camel

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had 10

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calves it became sacred and holy. Or when a man made an oath says, Oh Allah, if you kill me from this and that my camel will become holy, and so became holy can graze wherever it wants to put anything holy.

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And some of it became a form of worship that born close to Allah will say that is the holy you the female shape, the female shape if you gave birth to seven legs, it became holy, the seventh lamb if it's a male that had to eat it, if it was it was a female. Only the men can drink it's not that it's haram upon the woman. All these silly things have a holy ran the male sheep. If you had 10

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shaped lamps it became sacred no one's touching it was that a killer newsletter? Congrats anyway, holy livestock

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and truly blease when he became a PCC challenge the last one he said to him to Allah subhanaw taala when I'm running

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command, the delay the bigger to start clipping and cutting ears of animals. We never knew what clipping of animals meant until adultery came in. Now we know they're going to use them to make them holy and shift between you and and then

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what else did the Hon hi Do you all know the teddy bear when you got 100 would you say La Baker? A loving mother fake love Baker, la sharika Locanda Baker's anything else sometimes

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all it means our lower respond to you.

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We respond to you there is no partner to you. I will respond to you.

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Now I'm gonna do the height added to that. They used to do that the wife has to go to Cabo. The husband needs to say the bacon lahoma bake the baker luxury Kalika eluxury can have a look at the Nico America which means guys I know it sounds nice, poetic but done. Okay, you know like pop music and poetry it all sounds nice but don't it stuffs your brain up man

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all right stuff set up at a young girl say I love Justin Bieber below

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so what is just perfectly

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perfect and what Wait What is it perfect?

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Does his backside shiny or something what's so perfect about?

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See song is just amazing. It's just beautiful. It's what she's singing about. sleeping around drugs, but he takes drugs himself sleeping around all that rubbish and all these other some, you know, it kills me some of the teenagers say to me, Susa, you know, this singer, someone said, Did you know he's Muslim?

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I wish he was never Muslim. I couldn't find anyone but a Muslim, singing and showing that I never come to these people, right?

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brothers and sisters. Don't fall for the trick of the show. Paul says this is his music, his voice trying to teach you things.

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So he said,

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we respond to you a lot. There is no partner to you except a partner that belongs to you. And everything that partner has belongs to you. So you played around with words.

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So my brothers and sisters, they started to worship these idols in such a way

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the Kaaba was filled with two golden deers, jewels, gold, everything.

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And the copper my brothers and sisters is renovated every year the Juniper every few decades. Do you know that? In those days, they used to worship the rocks, it kills. When we go to prison, we see some ignorant Muslims there rubbing their hands on the rocks and they take photos and self says

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they go to college right and they come back.

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We don't ask them about how was your How was your solitary we say?

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Did you touch it?

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I sent it to you through Facebook. To see it in real real life. Did you really touch it's like the biggest thing. I touch the cup and you see them sweating and then attach the comment. Did you finish your thought? Well, yeah, I think so. How many times? Are you sure?

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Did you lose your toe? I'm not sure. But I touch the car.

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How many women did you have to bump into? I wasn't paying attention.

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Brother Come on. I was watching us thinking about women.

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Or that woman fell on the floor stuff for the love of it. Well, that's not what but I touched the cabin.

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I touched the rocks. Do you know what you're touching? Until you touch.

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You're not touching anything.

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touching anything.

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The carpet is renovated every few decades. It was renovated about 10 years ago, they took all the rocks off.

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And they got new clay from the earth. New rocks from around.

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You've probably been walking on someone. And

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that material is just threads they got from plants, silk, they throw it every year and they change the cloth.

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That's what you're touching. You're touching plants that are grown somewhere, you're touching rocks that you probably slipped on before

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touching my brother sisters. It is not the Kaaba that is sacred. It is the location that is sacred. The location

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we don't worship the Kaaba, therefore the same problem.

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My brothers and sisters, I think that I should stop here because the mother is now right.

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A few minutes, two minutes, but I think I'll stop here. And inshallah

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Is this okay, the way I'm going? What do you want me to

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Hands up if you would like me to make it quicker?

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How do you know? Some of you thinking I don't know the history. I don't know what's missing. But Is this okay? Is this okay? For some of you too? Good. Next week in sharp law, I've still got to talk then about pre Islamic Arabia. It's very important. We're going to talk about opera and how the elephants who wanted to destroy the Kaaba, we're going to talk about the boy and the king.

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We're going to talk about how Christianity Judaism and the Persian culture into the Arabian lens. We're gonna talk about how the kiswa the cloth, covered the cover.

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We're gonna talk about insha Allah,

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how Persia and Rome is significant to the coming of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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That's next week and show law and then we'll go into his birth and so on and so forth. May Allah, Allah enlighten you and Amen. And benefit us from what we are learning? Just the law of faith was a lot

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Are there any questions? One minute, I'll take one or two questions?

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Yes, the one about the Oriental is the book that

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I've got two of those volumes. It's called Mohammed

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by yahia. Emmerich.

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Any other question

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with the cell wall