The Seerah of the Prophet Muhammed (Peace and Blessings be Upon Him) – Episode 07

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Everyone

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was solid, wa salam ala rasulillah

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Welcome back to part seven of the Syrah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and welcome to all our brothers and sisters from around the world who are watching on Facebook Live.

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Today inshallah will begin from the

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the time where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam marries deja

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a little brother's getting free rewards.

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So, we begin with now the part

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where a solid solid Arsalan meets Khadija been to Hawaii literally, all of you know who she is right?

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She is the wife of the Prophet sallallaahu Sen. She is the first wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And she is one of the four perfect women of the world.

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For the Sharia law, I was promised paradise.

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She was promised paradise directly

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from the words of jabril Allah is the angel Gabriel.

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When one time she was carrying,

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so she was carrying some

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sugar canes on her on her head and bringing them home, she was working hard.

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And she came to Asia to Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam in that time and she was awake or licking sugar cane.

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And he said to her,

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tell Fantasia that Allah The Lord

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gives her

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his blessing his sternum

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and tell her that she will have a palace in paradise made out of golden sugarcane.

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We can't imagine what that looks like. When you say sugar cane or Apple or orange in this world.

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It's only a name that makes you think fruits and tastes nice. But what it looks like, what it tastes like, what is the realities is unknown to us in general.

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My brothers and sisters in Islam,

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it was at the age of about 25 years old, about that much the Property Law Center could have also been 23 or 24.

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Most likely 25.

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When

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he became a businessman, he wanted to start trade.

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He was inexperienced. He didn't know anything about trade.

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He had been raised the coffin.

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He is now being raised by his uncle upon upon it is now the chief

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of the province of Allah cylance lineage, his tribe which is called what

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not correct Banu Hashim Qureshi is the entire people of Mexico veteran have a leader. We don't they don't have a leader of Quraysh. That's not how the system worked. each tribe

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in that come from the common ancestor. They're called Quraysh. And each tribe has its own shape. That's how the system operated.

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If you don't belong to one of those tribes, you're not protected.

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And if you have a chief, he his word

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was the last word. If he converted to Islam, everybody has to convert to Christianity. Everybody has to if he says yes, they all follow says no, because it meant that if they disobeyed the chief,

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they're going against their whole ancestral belief which their entire lives based on. That was the law, no matter how bad they became, when it came to your ancestors and blood, that was that tribes law. And if all the tribes follow this same system

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and none of them did

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too early

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throw another chief of another tribe, because that would mean that they would break the entire system that they all follow. And there will be no more honor or lineage or no existence for them. So everybody wanted that law that system.

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The prophet SAW Selim

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was being looked after.

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He loved him immensely. The proposal I said I'm loved is unbelievable.

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I'll tell you something. He did not love anyone like him.

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At this point, he did not love anyone like him.

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And I will tell you that when I died, the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam did not love anyone more than him except for

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the believers who had believed with him and his wife.

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But the love he had for him was different to the love he had for anyone else. Nobody had the same love which the prophet SAW sent him to his uncle,

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and told him did not love anyone more than his nephew, Mohammed Salah Salah, except one thing, who do you think what do you think he loved more than Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam?

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Yes, the history

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of the motto of his father, his ancestors were more important than the lesson.

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However, we'll see what happens in a short while.

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The prophets of Allah was sending them

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wanted to do trade

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and Hobbesian villamagna is from koresh.

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She has a lineage from Bernal Hashem.

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And she was

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a very beautiful woman.

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Number one, she was a successful woman. Number two, a

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lot of the men could not match her success.

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Her she was a successful businesswoman.

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She was the only daughter that existed as the lead after the father died, who waited. So she inherited all of his wealth. She had no brothers. So she inherited all of his wealth. That was the system there at that time. What did she do with the wealth?

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She divided.

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She has a very logical smart brain in in, in business. So she divided that wealth, and she began to employ different experienced tradesmen to take some of her money, she's invested it, and then would go to the main market in Mecca and also to overseas a sham, Damascus and other places to trade with a wealth and bring her back profits.

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She didn't get inexperienced, meaning.

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She divided her wealth like that, in case

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she didn't trust one person. They ran away with that, well, at least, she would not lose too much.

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Because she couldn't trust everybody

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was a winner.

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She had married two husbands before the profits of the lotto center.

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And

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she also

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didn't want to get married anymore.

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She can't get enough of men.

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Every man of the masters of Mecca the best the most successful, the most highest of honor and dignity lineage used to come proposing to her. And she would just tell them to go away.

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Does that mean not not really interested?

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That's how she became the Panama. Pamela. She wanted.

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And that gives us two things.

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That I mean, the Sherry I wasn't placed it wasn't ready yet. But later on our D the Sharia does

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confirm that. What is it that

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if the woman doesn't want to get married anymore, it's not an obligation. It's not compulsory. And a woman can Americans across a law salon once in Medina and setting my map my wife, my daughter doesn't want to get married.

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He was concerned. So he asked her to come along. She asked, I don't want to get married until I know what are my husband's rights upon me?

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Who asks about that? Who asked that question. And these days?

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I'm not just talking about the woman asking the man as well.

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A normal standard thing. You want to get married? You have to ask what are their rights upon you? This isn't what are

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My duties towards my husband.

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And when he told her

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this particular girl couldn't handle it, I can't I'm not gonna be able to handle this, you know, I don't fall into sin. I'm not ready for that. And I told her father leave,

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doesn't have to get married. However, in our time, us, young people and I'm, I consider myself young still. Yeah. Am I young?

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When I grew up, I'm going to just like you.

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How's that?

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Confused?

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So,

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in our time and environments we live in, especially in the free mixed world that we have and things we see all around. I mean, when they say lower your gaze

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I think we're gonna have to change that around is that is the understanding, you lower your gaze gonna fall into more problems.

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Especially living in the West. You're driving and only see things everywhere. You know, the commercial comes up at school. Everything

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I say to you,

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if you want to get in a relationship, the best thing you can do is get married.

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But anyway, traditionally, a loved one actually didn't want to get married. And

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the second thing about it is that Allah subhanaw taala was preparing financial dilemma for the prophets, Allah Larson

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says so the prosumer seven came along to work for her.

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She was also by the way, nicknamed

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the pure one, by the Polish people before Islam. She was also called Amira to polish

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the queen of Croatia, the Princess of koresh. She was also a critic called the great addition. The kurage people call the caller that before

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she had three children from her previous marriage. The names were hint

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and two boys. Hello. Hello was a boys night and Abdullah.

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So the province of the Lord ever said that he chose to work for her. She said, Okay.

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And she sent with him.

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Her slave. She looked after the slave slave really liked her like his own sister. His name was Mesa.

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He went with the province of Allah and he was settler she was sent someone with a new merchant that she hired to make sure that everything's okay. So she sent her a slave when she trusted me, Sarah.

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And he saw things from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that were magnificent. He'd never seen from any man before a woman, any person.

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The first thing he witnessed from him was absolute honesty, but also the last lesson and never lied to us. If he didn't want to say the truth about something, he would be quiet. And he'd wait for the right time.

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If he wanted to make you think something else, he still wouldn't lie. But he'd make it into a joke that has truth in it was never joked a lie.

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For example, when he said to the old woman, she asked him, will I go to gentlemen?

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He looked at her and said, No old woman will go to Ghana.

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When she became a little bit sad about that Professor Lawson and smiled and said, don't worry.

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You will enter young, you're not gonna say Oh, in gender.

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Another woman said she had a fight with a husband complaining about a husband. And he wanted to sort of create, he didn't want to answer all these questions. They want to create a bond between them, you know, sometimes, you know, a little look in the eyes solves the problem. Look at each other's eyes for crying out loud, husband and wife.

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So he said to her, is your husband the one with the whiteness in his eyes? She said, No, his eyes are completely healthy and fine. He sees very well. So go and have a look. I'm sure he's got whiteness in his eyes. So she goes back and starts staring into his eyes. He started laughing and says what's going on? Why staring into my eyes? Although I like it, keep going.

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She said the professor said he got whiteness in Eurozone. They look pretty normal to me. He said thank you, and he smiled. He said every person has whiteness in his eyes.

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Okay, so nowadays, maybe this will be a cringy tribal joke. But it also was quite funny.

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So my brothers and sisters in Islam,

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when he said he is very honest.

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He also saw a cloud that full at him above him.

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And he returned back four times the profit of any other man.

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He saw

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Unbelievable character from us.

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So listen to me about brothers sisters, you he doesn't have wealth.

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He doesn't have

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siblings,

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you know to rely on. He has been raised as an orphan. He was a shepherd is an inexperienced merchant is experienced businessman.

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Yet it was not the profit

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that he brought her vision of the law Monica made her interested in him.

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No, was it his wealth, lack of wealth, nor was it actually his looks, although the sources of his looks will mesmerizing. If that was the case, you'd be interested in him the first conscious order.

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But what what she was interested in was two things.

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his honesty, and trustworthiness. There was no one that matched him so the lawyer said,

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and she heard it from a reliable source. Who she trusted?

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Isn't that what the what the daughter of Shai Gabbana said about musante center? Yeah.

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In a minister circle,

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her father hired him about who's the best type of man he can hire is the one who is strong and trustworthy, strong, he says the truth.

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He doesn't fear saying the truth, and he knows when to say it.

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And he's trustworthy. That's the character of a man.

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All of us need to work on that character. And we ask our sisters to be patient with that but at the same time I hear the brother saying to me sounds like a storm man even though the quiet, saying tell the sisters to do that to tell them to trust us too. They have to also be trustworthy, too. They have to be honest, too. Yes, it's mutual. Khadija, viola Anna was honest and trustworthy. And she was looking for someone who matches her in trustworthiness and honesty.

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But she found someone beyond her imagination, because of loss it or in

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Nazim, Allah says Allah from above seven heavens, he is the one who testifies to them saying, and you are truly upon an amazing character, for a lot of them a great character is

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is surely something of or something that we have to really

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put our heads down to, in in respect that has said that this man was awesome has an amazing character, testifying to that the knower of everything.

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The Omniscient, the knower of everything says he is the most greatest character.

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What happened was that

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she became suddenly interested in this character which he had.

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She was looking for someone to support her she has enough. In fact, she supported the prophets Allah Selim financial.

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He supported another way, this need that she has a problem.

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And this love what she wanted to give.

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So

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she actually semi proposed to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam she sent her good friend

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Nafisa, her name was and she said to her, Nafisa was known to have a good eye. She was kind of a matchmaker.

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She said to her girl,

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and asked him if he would be interested in marriage.

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Nafisa was an elderly lady. So she went to the province of SLM. And this is what she said, aren't you thinking of marriage?

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And he replied,

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what means? Do I have to get married? I don't I don't have any means, you know. I'm not financially capable. Pamela humbleness, is saying what he is. He's not trying to be someone who's not I don't have the means.

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And then she said,

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What about a woman who has wealth, status, and beauty?

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And she has a great lineage all in one.

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He said,

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she said, with the hallway, immediately the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Well,

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how am I gonna get

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out of her league?

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Why would she want someone like me?

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Basically, I'm nowhere in her league.

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So she said leave it up to me.

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She went and fixed the situation. Khadija Donna said that she's interested from the last element to it.

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Uncle obatala and asked him, you know, what do you think and that's a good thing for the younger people that do not dismiss your parents advice.

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They've been there done that is probably thinking a little bit a few generations before one generation before. But they can still offer you some advice. When you marry someone, you're married their whole family. So I advise you to include them in their advice. You can't force your children to marry the people you want. That's oppression is aluminum.

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But at the same time, brothers and sisters do not cause your parents grief by bringing them someone who's going to give them grief, share in the decision making try to get advice, it doesn't mean if a young man goes to his mother asking you that is a mummy's boy sisters. Get that out of your head, stop reading names, and, and all that stuff that people tell you about. The fact that he asked his mom for his advice, and he's got respect for women, he's got respect for his mother and respect for you. And he'll teach his children to have respect for their mother at the same time. Isn't the mother gonna live with her and not live with her? It's not, you shouldn't really have the mother in

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law and wife are living together in the same house. It's her right to have her own place, but they're going to interrupt the law.

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So it's a good idea to include family in advice.

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And then you make your decision. So he said, Well, why Mama, this is a great woman, she's from a great lineage of great blood. That's what you expect fathers to say. Especially the Arabs, she comes from a great family line of blood. Now obviously, the soil that she grew out from was a good soil. How do you know a person you look at the soil they grew up from, I advise young people that when you go out with a girl, girl, a boy girl goes out with a boy. And you say, it's for the intention of marriage, I'm telling you, you're starting the wrong way around.

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You don't really know a person by going out with him alone, except maybe 20 to 30% of the personality. The real place, you know, a person is in the saw they grew up from their family.

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The tree is based on the type of soil that grew out from it may look ripened and beautiful.

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But it may be filled with hormonal

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ingredients that put in the soil, or it could be natural, okay?

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You want an organic wife, and organic husband,

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one who puts you know, pineapple and oranges here. Okay? That that was a very bad trick.

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So let's move on in Charlotte.

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And don't be like those Arab men

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who just stare at a woman because they don't know what else to do. Until she has no other choice but to marry her.

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Or a man who says so Pamela, it's amazing how we just met you know, it's awesome.

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All right.

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Now, one minute later, you're my wife can't change your mind not going anywhere.

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Take your time and get to know the family get to know them get to know him. So as soon as I said, I'm good, sir. And he ended up marrying traditional, their loved one had a proposal came into be the Winnie the Joaquin of the last 11 he began a big speech, what do you think the speech was going to be?

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We are going to Hashem and we come from a line of this and from the ancestry of such and such all the way down and we have so kept talking about the ancestry of the Arabs D. Once he finished that he said now I've got my nephew here proposal.

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But a lot of it was said the additions cousin first cousin what a couple know for the great scholar is the one who was in a wedding.

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Now the age

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they say that she's 14 years old.

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There are other narrations and evidence that she was actually younger than most likely. And that's the opinion I follow up converted to that now, after researching that she was more likely to be 28. Some say she was 35.

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But to be honest with you, both evidences are not really reliable.

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But to me, the one that seems more reliable only because then the writers and the people, the people who the scholars who collected them are more experienced in history and habits such as a biopsy and advocacy.

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Allah knows best, but that is the opinion I restaurant, that she was more likely 28 and it makes more logical sense when you read about how many children she had later and so on. Even Kathy mentioned these things, so I'm not gonna go too much into that. And it's not really important to me whether there's 40 or 20. I shouldn't be important to us. What's important is the character that they got married on and the you know that there is compatibility

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And also at the same time to understand that age at that time wasn't a big deal. They didn't even care some people don't even know what how old they were. They didn't know they were marrying someone you know, their dad's age it just they looked alright they spoke alright they were fine or compatible. That's that's all it really talking. That's how they got married in

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this day and age we'll make it like the age and the month has to be right. Some people even have now gone further to believe in astrology. If you're born the same month as minor this we made for each other.

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The heavens the stars have brought us together. This is rubbish. We don't believe in all that. Rubbish. One person stepped on a coin one day.

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And as he looked up, he saw this girl. He said she's a man. She's beautiful. As she walked away, he looks underneath and finds a coin that he stepped on. It became a good luck coin. He kept throughout his marriage. One day something went wrong between them. They got divorced. He put his hand in his pocket. The coin wasn't there. It is my fault. I

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should have kept the coin.

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Anyway, let's move on. Her Mahara was said to be 20 counts. The proposal I sent him didn't have that amount of money but it seems like his uncles and all those they came together and see if you marry now of all the all the cousins and relatives come right out in other cultures as well. I'm sure.

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You know, if you lived in India, she has to pay you

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the curriculum. There is no right or wrong. She pays you know, we have to pay her and more. If you marry Lebanese.

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You go when you can't get up.

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You say yes. There's no more no. You say no, there's no more Yes.

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And

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I don't want to tell you about the village map. 100 grands, nothing.

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That's a few from the mountains. We're all

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brothers and sisters in Islam.

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had seven children from Khadija the Mahabharata. They had seven children together. Then I use Word, of course.

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A boy. He lived until the age of riding a horse, maybe 10 or nine years old. And then he died.

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Can you imagine someone raising their son

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and you've been an orphan.

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You thinking I'm going to give my son something that I didn't have.

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He reaches nine or eight or 10 and then he dies.

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Especially that,

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especially in those days, if you had boys, the boys were convenient to protect you because it was a tribal jungle. You needed men around you. Boy, then he had Xena

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Rukia

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and Fatima Fatima being the youngest. He also had another son and Abdullah who only lived for humans. Another boy.

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He also had another boy Ibrahim, but he was born from not from Malaysia was born from Marissa Marissa Marissa, the Coptic come to her later on. And he only lived for two years. Third boy, two years old. The prophets of Allah Selim buried Ibrahim when in the process of become a prophet It was after in Medina. And when he buried Ibrahim alayhis salaam, he was two years old. Do you know what that means?

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This is they say this is the best age of a child. When they just start to say your name. They just start to call you dad or mom. first words first walk first.

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It's beautiful, always smiling, laughing. It is no rules. You play with them. He dies at the age of two years old suddenly, and the professor is in and takes him down to the grave to bury him. As he is burying him. He cries from sulla Senna began to cry deeply. The sahabas around him notice this. And they said to him, one of them said jasola in a polite way, respectful way.

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Oh, you're crying but you prevented us from crying jasola In other words, it's another way of asking

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teach us. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said in Alabama. This is the mercy. It's not wailing. It's not going against the laws will. It's not pulling the hairs and bending the walls.

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It's a natural crime is nothing wrong with that.

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In it to the point Remember last week we read about proxy Law Center

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than being nearly at the age of 60. And he passes by his mother's grave and is crying.

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He remembers that when he was six.

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It's the mercy. He said that occurred to Hannah. I used to I remembered her kindness upon me. I remembered her compassion. Six years old.

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It's amazing that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had to bury his three sons at such a tender age. And he know what else

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he buried.

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All of his daughters, except for 14 will be long

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as well. He had to bury Rokia

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and Xena and a mobile phone.

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So what were they were there maybe 1618 years old, 19 years old when he buried him 20, early 20s.

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And he suffered a lot. He was sending them emotionally tremendous look. I mean, look, look what's happening. He's an orphan.

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His children are dying.

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He doesn't have much wealth.

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He has to bury his children alive. But a certain level of stuff that he had to bury his children while he's alive. The worst suffering that anyone can go through on the face of the earth

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is having your children die before you

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or your parents died. There is nothing more

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painful than these two. Unless there's something wrong with

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some people even believe that divorce is very painful. Yet we think that because there's conflict. But even then, when you live with someone for a while.

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It's unnatural. You remember the good things and the bad goes away, is not true.

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That's why loss is one of them. So we'll do not forget the famous the goodness that existed between.

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This is natural human nature. So Swaziland is going through the most painful sufferings that any person can go through. Why?

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Allah is preparing him for a hard time because a messenger of God number two, you are a messenger of God, you're not here on this earth to connect and cling to your family. You are here to teach your family and take the people out of darkness and Hellfire intergender

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at the same time, he is a role model. What do we do when we win when we suffer? When we have a loss? Let's look at Rasulullah

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and that's where the Sahaba is used to say after his death,

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who ever suffers from something for the

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mill So, there is anyone who suffers from a calamity you have always got an example to think about

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anything any examples of the profit or loss in any suffering.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam went through it himself. And you have an example in it.

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And truly it also was I said him said that I should do I should do Bella and lamb are the ones who go through the greatest calamities or the prophets from Malawi una familia de novo then those closest to them the ones

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closest to them in likeness.

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They had no time to attach themselves to the world.

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And we are not meant to be here to stay with our families we're meant to be here to work together to help each other get to gender and to use whatever we have in order to gather our reward and increase our character and gender is our abode inshallah.

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Mighty brothers and sisters in Islam.

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She was his only wife for 25 years, how many years 25 years and also la Santa Monica. That's such a long time. That's a lifetime.

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How many memories how many things and strangely so Pamela, we don't have much information about their life together as husband and wife.

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She died they say at about the age of 53. Some say 65 a lot of

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them was sad and deeply to the loss. It was in a year that the air that the Muslim start holding with servitude today it's called

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the year of sorrow. Because the prophecy last sentence was Khadija died in a year, so did his uncle avoid it. This was later on.

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About 10 years after his prophethood

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inside Muslim, the messenger sallallahu wasallam said God Almighty never granted me anyone better in this life than

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she is

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accepted me when people rejected me. She believed in me when people doubted me. She shared her wealth with me when people deprived me and a lot granted me children, and learn from her.

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Do you know who he said this to?

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He said to his wife I showed her later on. She saw him sitting with an old woman.

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He was smiling, and they were talking elderly woman at 75 years old.

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And she asked him I showed him I was young at that time said, Who is this old woman woman who's emphasizing the word old because she's young,

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who wouldn't be jealous for the proper syllabus?

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And he smiled saying without just very easy like was nothing he says

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she was one of the Friends of Khadija

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instead of makeup was dismayed even worse, she was the friends that he kept Connect, he kept his connection with the Friends of Khadija the love Iman. And even after that so much, he loved it.

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And she said to him, I

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did not give you someone better than him. I'm younger. I've never been married before. I'm the daughter of your best friend

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of the law.

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Center then took his smile away. He said law one law he literally didn't

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know

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better than and then he said this following statement. And then she said he also asked him not to forgive me.

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By the way, that sounds wise. If they did the mistake was once once I don't anybody say well, I should did it or his wife did. They did it once they never repeated it again. But it's emphasized because they will most force

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my brothers and sisters in Islam, nothing is recorded about them.

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much except what I have told you except a few other things that we'll come to inshallah We don't have much time because mother it is I was going to make this short because murder is quite near now. And next week. We're going to start from melody, Michelle, to have more time. But what I do want to mention here is Khadija de la Mancha had a slave his name was Eddie haritha.

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What was his name? zeggen. He is the only Sahabi mentioned by name in the poor air

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phenomena.

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There was a woman she is the namesake.

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She was his slave.

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And then she gifted say that to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam upon their marriage.

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Can you imagine that we give rings to each other. You've arranged she gives you a ring. It gives you 20 candles, she gives him a slave. It's a bit bizarre. That's how it was in those days of analog. But say that on a loved one unlike his own mother, and he grew to love the province Allah La Silla more than his own father, literally. The story of Zaid is that his father haritha was married to a woman from another tribe to his and these two tribes had a love hate relationship. They kept fighting and sometimes making up and Zaid was only about two years old. Remember the Arab mentality the boy belongs

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to his father's bloodline is not ours. It's from our daughters, not ours.

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We have the Singapore and they call them by their father's identity, but not like that. These guys have none of it's not one of us at all. And that's probably why I explained some infanticide and needs to bury some boys. And

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so that tribal had a battle a fight with the tribe of his father haritha.

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What happened?

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The mother of haritha her brothers, they got so

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there was so full of hate towards her because of his tribe, that they took her son haritha from her without her knowledge

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and said we're gonna get rid of his son, they took him to the market and sold him as a slave.

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And who bought him as a hobby who later on became so hobby. How can you bring him he's there. And he was the cousin, say the nephew of traditional cottage and I said to him to go and buy me a slave. I need it. I need a young boy who's strong.

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I say two years old. No, he was about eight, nine years old that time. So he went and bought him from the market brought him to audition.

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There was a couple days before the marriage proposal I said when he she married him she gifted him as a slave. And his father had he thought when he came he found that his son had been sold as a slave. He went looking for him.

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Amazing, his father loved him. And he found out that he was in Makkah with the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam when he arrived, listen to this amazing story. peroxisomes not a prophet yet, but look at the wisdom and the character he had the justice and fairness that he had from from before from his childhood. He said to him, oh Muhammad Sallallahu sallam. This is my son.

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And he was taken away from me without my permission before

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Because of a war through oppression, and he's not a slave, and here I am requesting for him to come back. I will ransom him pay for anything you want. There were no courts, no laws, no police. It was a jungle verse, the strongest eight the week. That's it.

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Now the Prophet sallallahu Sallam could have taken around him and given him back to him. But he thought about it and said, Well, if he's your son, and he'd been stolen,

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then it's only rightful to return. He said, Listen. But the lesson I'm loved had loved Zaid tremendously. He actually adopted him and made him his own son. Before it's not forbidden to call children that you adopt by your own lineage. You can sponsor them, foster them, look at them like a son, like a daughter, but you cannot call them your own lineage, you have to address them, identify them as their parents, if you don't know their parents, then Allah says first when upon 15 they become your brothers or sisters in Indian Islam.

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So the professor sent him because of his love was that he said, I don't want anything for him. It's not right. But we will ask him what he says older.

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So they brought Zedd and haritha thought this was a nobody had never heard this from anybody in the Arab world. Nobody's ever done this before. So he was over the moon, and a father coming thought the sun's gonna choose you.

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Just gonna choose his father. Naturally, anybody would be like that. But this person is different. And he is with a different person, Mohamed Salah Lawson. So when it came to say, Xavier, the process and I asked him, do you want to go with your father or stay with me? This is your father haritha in the process, and they looked at him, and immediately without any hesitation says

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and who will even hesitate to leave you You're so young.

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You are my father, like the one who raised me and I love you immensely. I would never leave him. When have you found this out? He thought philos leaving with the promise of the Law Center. He was about 14 or 15 is a teenager at that time was able to make his decision by the way.

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And so I love that he said, if it was anybody else I wouldn't accept but it's Mohammed Assad. I mean, the trustworthy honest when he saw that he was very happy being grown, growing up in a very good place. And he thought if I take him the tribes are gonna keep attacking problems are going to happen better to stay with Mohammed. And he got to visit him every time from the time that Allah forbid adoption to call them by their names. Rasulullah saw them changed his name from say, diviner Mohammed to say did not

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and some Sahaba is right up to the death of the Prophet Allah said and did not know that he was either.

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But

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my brothers and sisters in Islam, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, vention, 35 years old, and the rebuilding of the Kaaba happened.

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How much time for murder

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by my brothers and sisters

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insha Allah next week,

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we will take off from where we left off now rebuilding of the Kaaba, it's a very inspiring and interesting fact for you to know. Then we'll talk about the assassins revelation, how became a prophet. If you think you know, insha Allah Guess again, maybe I'll give you some information you haven't heard.

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We'll talk about his private dialogue with his family followed by the people who enter this now. And then the trials and tests, which will be extremely interesting if you come along. My last panel data reward you are listening wa Salatu

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was Salam aleikum wa sallahu wa.

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Oh, yes. Can we please remind you next week in sha Allah on Thursday, same place, Mr. damariscotta.

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We will start at Muslim 730 just after mothering up to a chef. And then I think after that couple of weeks, there'll be daylight savings. So murder will be very early. So tell everybody was starting at 730 next week, approximately straight off the motherly prayer until they show.

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Is there pizza? Yes, they'll be pizza wasn't a pizza today. Yes, yes. You had to come earlier. Pizza next week. Oh, it's pizza next week.

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Pizza earlier than Monday. So 630 sharp.

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Okay.