The Seerah of the Prophet Muhammed (Peace and Blessings be Upon Him) – Episode 13

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim

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is that working?

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smilla smilla rahmanir rahim

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that Teresa did

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not a good day for us today.

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Just change the batteries and

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you're ready for another

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for another setup ready to go back 1400 years ago

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Really? How are we gonna do that?

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only do that in the movies.

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How are we going to do that today? How are we going to beam backwards?

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Well imagine

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the best is when you read a book you can you can make your own world in your head country, so long as it's beneficial.

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Okay, smaller, smaller. Now it's working Sharma

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Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala nabina Muhammad Allah Allah He will solve your main brothers and sisters in Islam ladies and gentlemen salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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And our brothers and sisters around the world on Facebook Live Solomonic, Morocco, Morocco. We begin now from where we left off last week. This is our last lecture on the Syrah before Ramadan and shall not because we don't have time in Ramadan I know some people have requested but really there is no time to deliver in Ramadan. It's just too tight, but we will be delivering inshallah random lectures just before I share every night, my time will be.

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Mine will be Wednesday, and Saturday and there will be someone else each night. Also next week, this Saturday there will be a lecture between mother of Indonesia by speaker You shall love you'd like to come in in the English language. So let us

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continue.

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Brothers and sisters last week, I finished off talking about the boycott,

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which the enemies of Quraysh did to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and his family have been no Hashem.

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And that was in the 10th year it ended sorry, in the ninth year of prophethood. It started from approximately the sixth year and ended in the ninth year at the end of the ninth year for about three years. Some scholars say two and a half years, it was one of the worst things that had yet happened to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and his people who are supporting him, his family, they're not supporting him because of his religion. They're supporting him because of their honor and pride that he is part of their family. And as we said, this was the culture of the Arabs.

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And then, noble people from the non Muslims of Quraysh a famous name is Mataram ignore it, and we're gonna mention him again today. metabolome da da and Hakeem, no, he's, he's an who was the cousin of the law and they were not Muslim. He came to his and became Muslim later on, but most of them have no idea was not Muslim. But he had extraordinary values, which he kept to. The only thing that was missing from him, was the Shahada. And a similar man to him was

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the uncle of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. He had extraordinary values. He defended the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and knew that he was on the truth. He acknowledged that he was on the truth. He told the people he was on the truth. He advised the people to follow Mohammed Salah Salem and believe in his message.

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But he did not accept to submit to Islam.

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This man Mohammed no ID and Hakeem Nizam along with a few other men, they went to Abuja and the other leaders in Daraa, Nadella and they insisted to stop the boycott because it was unfair, it was unjust.

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And they plotted a plan

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to go against it.

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Abuja had said to them, You all signed to that paper that we put inside the car that you will all boycott, Mohammed and his family and the rest of them.

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And then the first man said, I didn't.

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Then he said, What are you talking about? The second man said, I didn't I was forced to the third man said I didn't. And this was really a plot. So I wish I had said will lie. This is a plot that you guys have made just to

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get a campaign against me

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to lobby against me

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And I said that in our current times today,

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one of the ways we can move forward

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for the benefit of our community

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is to create a lobbying group. You know what a lobby group is, you get lots of people to give their voice and their opinion,

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to sign to a petition, to lobby an MP.

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For example, we are in desperate need

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of laws that we can use in our Deen for marriages and divorces.

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For example, we once did it here in the past, the light shed for me, who was the original mm of this mosque.

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They did a lobbying they use the MPs to establish our own cemetery for the Muslims, it didn't exist.

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Also to establish a recognition at the registry of births and marriages to

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register in AMS,

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to solemnize marriages nowadays and 100 in law acknowledged.

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And we can continue with these things is a long story to it. But the more voices and the more people that support with strength, the more you get things done. And

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so these people did the same thing, and couldn't do anything about it. So

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they stopped the boycott. And the Prophet peace be upon him said to obatala his uncle,

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tell them to check

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that paper, they signed that inside of the cabin,

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the termite or whatever the worm was, had eaten the entire paper except for one word, bismi con la home, in the name of you, Oh, God.

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And so Panama truly, they opened the cover and found that that was the only statement lift.

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You know why?

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Because all the creatures of Earth, they worship a lot. Except for the humans in the genes, they have an option to choose to worship him or not. But each one has its rewards or consequences.

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When you are given a choice and the responsibility,

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you also it also comes with the consequences and rewards of it. Isn't that correct? The higher the responsibility, the more the rewards or consequences up. That's why a lot of people favor doctors and honor doctors because they have among the highest responsibilities, which is the human life. The rewards are amazing. The consequences are also double of any normal person.

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So my brothers and sisters, everything worships Allah. Allah said in the Quran, what a militia in you said biphobia Hamdi he wanna kill

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me how there isn't anything that is created, except that it worships and glorifies a law that you cannot understand the glorification, except for the purpose of the law set them said that humans in the genes, they're the only ones who can, who have the right who can worship or transgress.

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My brothers and sisters in Islam, this man would have no idea even though he was a non Muslim.

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And when it came to allegiance, he stood with the enemies, he was an ally of the enemies, but because of his sense of justice and value, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam acknowledged his value and his esteem

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later on, in the Battle of better when they captured the hostages

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from the enemies, and he offered for anyone to ransom the people there relative to free them, or whoever teaches temp Muslims how to read and write who will free them. He mentioned this man Mohammed no ID and said if he was still alive, because he died shortly afterwards, before the hegira. He said if he is still if he was still alive, and that man by himself requested for me to release all the prisoners of war from this barrel of butter, I would have responded to only his request, I was released a more for him.

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And this shows his brothers and sisters, that it doesn't matter what religion a person may be, or what stance they are taken, whether it's with you or against you, whether they are allies of your allies of others, if they act in justice, in justice, fairness, and high values, whether it's for them or against them.

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Then we acknowledge it.

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We don't say for example, ignorantly there are far so keep them away away. No.

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You can work with them.

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on something which is in benefit for your community, or for justice in general.

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My brothers and sisters in Islam, that was the boycott. Now I have to go backwards a little bit back to the 16th of prophethood. Because something else happened from that time till the ninth year.

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Do you remember when I told you that a group migrated to have a senior

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the first group that went was a small group of women and men.

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And then there was a second group of 83 men and delivering women.

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Something happened between when the first group migrated to ever senior, and the second group that migrated to ever senior. I already told you that the reason they migrated there was because of the persecution in Mecca. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told them to go to that King Najafi because of two things, who remembers what they are?

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Yes, he was just and fair, and his people were good. And that means that if you live, you can live in a non Muslim country, if they offer you justice and freedom to worship and practice your religion.

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And they give you your rights in that.

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But if there was a place that is better for your religion, then you should go there. A place that has more justice than you should go there. But otherwise, you can stay there.

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And you do what you can and showing your dean your religion. There are hundreds of ways that can give data. You don't have to speak. You can show the fact that you are proud of your deen and you have knowledge in your deen. People look at you. And they respect you even if they don't agree with you. There are people who preach wrong, good. Everybody knows they're wrong. There are enemies who fight them, but they respect them because they stand up for what they believe. So imagine that you stand up for something that is also the truth.

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Proven and acknowledged and given to you by the Creator of the universe.

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You have more of a reason to be proud of your identity and your deen

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but with knowledge, not with ignorance.

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There's this ignorant person who said I'm a Muslim. Do you know what Muslim means? You guys are going to hell we're going to gender so you better follow us. This is not dour. This is stupidity.

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Some people write tattoos they have tattoos on their bodies. They take identity to another level.

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So they put a tattoo on their body. Muslim Muslim warrior.

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Let you know in Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah, this is not how you show your deen. Your Deen is in your belief, your character? Your integrity in your deen your practice of your deen your values? Do you respect the rights of others? Do you oppress or not? Do you uphold the rights of others with a Muslim or not?

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If I come to the masjid, to pray mazuma or to listen to this class,

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but

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I parked my car,

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blocking neighbor's driveway I

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parked my car in places that obstructs the street

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I am not doing service for my Deen or my identity or my dollar. I'm ruining it.

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So my brothers and sisters in Islam just an example.

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You fix your own self with your value and then everything else is shallow fall into place.

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So in between the first migration and second migration, something happened.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was roped circumambulating around the Kaaba

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when the following verses were revealed in Surah.

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One no Jimmy is

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no

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one

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in

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washi

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Alana Lucia de

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festa, Wahhabi Allah, Madonna,

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aka Anaconda consignee.

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So these verses started coming down in such a beautiful rhythmic fashion, very short, very attractive, so beautiful and

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The people around the Kaaba got hypnotized by their sound, their rhythm and their wordings.

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So the Prophet peace be upon him as his circumambulating was the first time he realized everybody went silent. And he was the only one reading those verses

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to the point where he reached the end of it, FM inheritable howdy thetop, Hakuna

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Matata Hakuna wanna cone? Is it this type of wording that you are amazed by you think it's weird, and you laugh, but you do not cry? What? tone semitone and you are in denial, first judo.

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Judo, it ends by saying, so prostrate down to your Lord, place your heads down on the ground to your Lord and worship Him. Everyone around the Kaaba, this Hadith, this narration is in Sahih, Muslim masaharu There is no doubt and it is the accepted version of all version because there are other versions that are weak, fabricated, and some of them are really ridiculous. But this is the version that is most authentic. Everybody around the Kaaba, including the the Muslims and the non Muslims. There were so hypnotized and taken away by those verses that they found themselves. What all of them fell down to the ground and prostrated to a law.

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except a few. There was an when he had been in Mozilla who we mentioned last time, it was a bit full of pride. But because he was also, you know, he had to fit in this idea of fitting in because of the pressure.

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He took us a bit of sand from the earth, and he placed it on his head and he said, Yeah, finis Alec, this is enough for me, it means I've done it. But even he and a couple of others actually did that. They put smile on their head and they said, okay, I've done it.

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In a when it happens to us, so people go to a concert, God forbid concert of music and dancing.

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And you say to yourself, I would never do such and such an actor. I see people doing so foolishly on YouTube or anywhere on the internet. And then suddenly, when you take part,

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people have found themselves they get with the hype.

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Everybody's screaming and dancing. And you find yourself doing the most foolish things just because everybody else is doing it. I've seen it with my eyes. Many times people do that. Not because I was at the concert.

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seen it on TV. I've seen it talked about on YouTube. We've seen it right. People get relatives and friends tell you the story says Well, I went and screamed and I did this. Why'd you do that? Because everybody else did. He was good at the time. It just fit in with everybody else. One person jumps this up, everybody's jumping the old jump.

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We take off our clothes, everybody's doing roll do the same doodle that makes me feel good.

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copycats, foolish cats. So these people they did in a good way. It was like a celebration. Everybody went to surgery and they all just did it together. And that's why congregation is amazing. That's why we come to the masjid and we're together that's why we have aid and everybody is

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obliged to go to the selective they can not oblige. But it's a highly recommended Suna including the children, including the women, including the women who are not praying.

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postnatal bleeding or other circumstances proposal, as I've said, even yoodo

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because congregation and Gemma is has an amazing effect on people.

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None of them frustrated because of that.

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The people in a senior those Muslims, they received the news. Now to reach a senior Someone has to travel

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for months. So by the time the news got to them, it is human nature that people add a little bit to the story. So when he got to them, the news that got to them was that the entire Quraysh had converted to Islam.

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I thought to themselves well, let's return back to the Messenger of Allah.

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Go back there our glory of God in our worship with the Messenger of Allah. So they headed back.

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When they got their

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automatic knife out of the line of statement. He said that the people like Mr. Bevin are made or returned. Your head is obeyed when he returned.

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Jafar cup few others, they returned. And when they reached the borders just close to Mecca, they received news that they had received misinformation. It was not no one had converted to Islam. And that was the most

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tormenting, terrible, depressing thing for them.

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It's not like a holiday as we do today. they've traveled months. You're outside of your family home. How are they going to take you back

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What are they going to do? Are they going to enter be persecuted, they're going to have to return now months of journey. It was terrible. So a small group of them returned and a small group of them decided to just go in among them was like a walk around, wanted to go, but he couldn't go that time. And he was thinking of going and then he thought, wow, this is this is terrible, you know, everybody's returned, and they don't have protection.

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So some of them entered, and they had to face the persecution. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam told busaba Norma to go to Medina there and then that was in the 16th of hegira of prophethood. He told me subnormal to go to Medina. And he said to him, you have an eloquent tongue gamma sub, you have a convincing manner in your speech, and your tone of voice is pleasant to the ear and people like listening to you. So go to Medina and call them to the dean teach them the dean. And that's what masaba nama did. If I would allow me to share something personal with you, as I was growing up learning about the sahabas my father, my alma mater, reward him put instilled in me these heroes,

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these emblems, the sahabas before I knew Spider Man and Superman are numerous abnormal, Jafar and Ollie Dolan over Sahara's. So I'm gonna start with no harm I really attracted me personally. Because he had an eloquent speech, he was able to speak to people in a manner and that told me that if you have good speech, and you are able to have a tone that people can listen to then use it. And it's a gift from Allah subhanaw taala. Some people have nice voices some people have in their behavior and character, some people it's in their looks, others it's in the the way they their ideas and their knowledge. Everybody has a skill. And you should use that skill where it serves your deen and your

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community in sha Allah. Not everybody has to do the same thing, man. I was once giving a talk with one brother comes up. And he realized that people were listening. I didn't realize I just thought I kept talking if they are or not, you don't actually realize when you're up here, you don't. And that's a good thing. So that ego doesn't get to you. This brother comes up to me and he said to me, I want to talk the way you talk. I said, What am I saying? He said I want to be able to have a voice and people listened to me. I said, Yeah, I think this is the wrong reason. If that's the case, all our rewards are gone.

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This Dean does not belong to me. It does not belong to you. It belongs to a law. And it is not your AI who raises themselves no defenses. It is a Lost Planet, Allah who gives this doubt in a way that he wants through his messengers and through who he wants to utilize in their in the way that he wants them to. And he will take it away.

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If all the people were against me and allow once the dollar to be through me or you it'll happen, nobody can stop it. And if he wants to stop it, if everybody supported you, it'll stop because the Dow is not yours. It is a loss.

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And you do what pleases the last panel dialogue. And do not be among those in the area which will lie frightens the heart and the soul makes you shiver. Allah said.

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Allah says in the Quran.

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Wilhelmina Bo Campbell of Suriname Allah say Shall I tell you about the ones with the biggest losers in their actions, they work, but they are the biggest losers. They strive and strive. And they are the biggest losers because if you have everything and lose it, it's worse than a piston has nothing to lose.

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Should I tell you who they are. And levena Don Lhasa you have been hired to dunya wilhemina savona an army of synonyms sooner. These are the ones who strive so hard in this world, but they have done it for the wrong reason the wrong goal. And behold,

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while they think that they were doing good work, I prayed to please the people so they can say good things about me. I'll give Dawa so that people can praise me, I read the Quran so people can say Look how beautiful his voices are give money in charity so that people can think how generous he is. I get up in fights that people can say how courageous he or she is. All of this, my brothers and sisters is gone. You wasted the energy and time and money and everything. While you thought that you were doing a good date.

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These are the worst losers. So make your intentions well, and take your deeds purely My dear brothers and sisters, always remember that your intention is for Allah spent Allah not for you, for people to look at you and praise You

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for like a great the greatest Ireland in the world. The greatest charity giver. The greatest Mujahideen fought and sacrificed his life to protect the lives of human beings and then they will be among the first to enter Hellfire because their intention was only to please the people and to receive praise. This Hadith is inside Muslim and Bahati.

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The prophecy as Adam said,

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these will be the first in which Hellfire shall be ignored.

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With because they did it for other than Allah and they received what they did it for

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you get what you work for what your intention was for.

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So then the your egos get in the way my brothers and sisters with the shaitan loves to ignite in you do for the sake of Allah and whether people praise you or not, you're still happy because you did it for so long as allies pleased with you, so long as you are not angering. And last pinata eila nothing matters. Nothing matters. So my brothers and sisters in Islam, that's what he did was abnormal. And he was the result of the evening of the entire people of Medina converting to Islam later on. And that became the hometown of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and where Islam began truly, as an as it as a government and an empire and spread through the world.

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My brothers and sisters in Islam, I have to say there are some silly stories in some historic books. One of them is October in October is a great scholar, a great historian. However, the problem with that historic book October if you know what I'm talking about is a bit dated when you're hired by Eben Cathy. And there's a poverty for example, is two famous historic books. Poverty is a huge collection. The problem with it is that limit poverty and he acknowledges that himself. It's a disclaimer, he says, I just put anything that I hear whether it's authentic or not. As for Eben casier, he says whether what the scholar said about the narration whether it's weak or not, but

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authority just puts anything he hears. And one of the stories that is quite shocking in that about when the Prophet recited around the Kaaba. It says in there that the reason why the people makes made such that was because the shaytaan

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the shaitan came, and he recited some words of poetry in between the words of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. And the people heard them and thought that they were from God.

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And another narration says that the shaitaan came and whispered it to the prophets Allah sent him that made him accidentally say it's a weak narration, but it happened in our book. So what he says was a famous one. It's the result of some books called one book called The Satanic Verses if you know about it, they said that the words of the Quran are no pure, the Satanic Verses in and this is one of the stories that he said when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was reciting

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for a two man letter when I was a woman at little okra, Allah como de Carvalho

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when the prophets of Allah and reciting the verses, have you heard of a Latin and also the two main idols of the coronation, I will call the letter Lhasa, woman at authentic and okra, and also another article manette, which is a third grade idol of this two unloaders that belong only the females until you belong the males, meaning that these idols

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are males. And

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there's a story behind that, that God that they used to call Gods by female names and male names. Anyway, the shape they said, the shaitan came in right between those verses, and he said, they'll call Veronica Luna inicia tahuna. lotto Tasha. So words of poetry says, and those are the great emblems like the big necks of storks high up high, and the

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seeking the making go out to them are honored and given to you, in other words, is saying, these gods are emblems, so call upon them. Now, this doesn't make any sense in the context of the first is in sort of the notion whatsoever.

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But the story is there and we reject this story amendment by heart that says there's an absolutely no origin to it makes absolutely no sense. Neither religiously, nor historically, nor chronologically, nor linguistically. So, and obviously, it's not in our court, and hamdulillah. So even if it was there, it was rejected, it was gone, and it's not part of the Quran. So I just wanted to make that little point to you that if you ever come across it, you know that it's a confusion. So my brothers and sisters in Islam, that's what happened there. The second migration went to a senior at three minute live in women. You know, the story of when they went to a senior I'm not going to go

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through the whole thing, but I do want to mark some points there. The Abyssinian King and Najafi

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in the Joshua means the king of Ethiopia. I forgot his name.

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He actually was not an idolatry. He didn't worship idols. And he didn't really believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. But he kept it a secret. And evidence to that is when Jafar or the last one who stood up and he said his long, beautiful eloquent speech to the Najafi.

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He said to him, we were people who were learning

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When we're ignorant, Mr. Berry, you know our kids alive. And we used to dishonor our neighbor, and we used to oppress each other and the strong consumed the weak. And then Allah sent a prophet to us, who took us out of this darkness into light, and so on and so forth. And then they persecuted us. And our Prophet told us go to negus he is a just king who will not mistreat you and not tolerate injustice. So we came to you seeking your asylum in your land and in your country, and he promised us you will give us the right. And he was so impressed by these words, and he gave them asylum. But then the chorus sent two

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representatives have this invoice and none of them was armed with us. And the other one, Abdullah ignore something. But they were very eloquent honorable house was extremely eloquent in his speech was very cunning in his speech, he was extremely diplomatic, very manipulative if you wanted to be convinced the rock. But in this instance, patent law, he failed, because it was not speaking the truth.

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I want to tell you something brothers and sisters, no matter how eloquent you may be in your speech, or anybody is, if you speak falsehood, you may convince a person first time, second time, third time, or for a short time, you can post whatever you like on social media in the most eloquent form, and keep out all the truth and only say what you want people to believe you. But guess what, mark my words and I swear by Almighty Allah that the sooner have a lot in life is a such one antigen, that is sooner or later the dealin one antigen is pseudoknot ilaha illa, Allah says, You will not find that anyone can change the nature, the laws of the of the world and the way Allah created them to

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be, you cannot change them. What is it? If you speak false, no matter how eloquent and how beautiful you sound, and whatever evidence you try to bring forth and manipulate, you say big words, statistics, experiments, studies, and you show graphs and you say whatever you want to send us eloquent voice, even if it moves the emotions, if you speak false,

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the truth

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the truth, will reach up sooner or later. They say the false reaches halfway across the world before the truth has taken its first step, but it is coming. And the evidence to that is when the prophets of Allah Selim conquered maka re re

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reclaimed Mecca. What did he say when he broke the idols? Well, culture and Haku the truth has now arrived. It was late, it was coming, but it was late 20 years later it reached or 21 years, what culture and what finally the truth has arrived, was that her birth in the false that was always existing all this time is now gone, vanished. Then you have to bring up another false and the combat begins again. And the war begins again and continues. And there will always be a fight between false and truth till the end of time. The false comes the truth vanishes, another false comes, we still live in a life of false people still spread false, but the type of false is different the way they

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say it is different. Atheists use science now. And suddenly sciences become a type of religion to talk about God and His existence. No. My brothers and sisters in Islam

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honorable aspect with eloquence, and he almost convinced the king. He said there are people who went against our forefathers and so on and so forth. I was offered an avatar and he spoke, the king said no, I don't accept under molasses statement. So I'm gonna blast us his his mate who was with him. He said to him, listen, give it up, give it up, go. We have been defeated. He wanted to return him back. So I'm lost. I'm lost at noon. And I'm going to try again tomorrow. I have something hidden for them something that will convince the king.

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So he got up the next day and told him these people say something different to what you said about Jesus Christ said What do you mean? He said ask them. And this brought the attention because this is big, this political now if the king doesn't question it, then there's going to be a civil war. Because the Christians, but he did ask them, What do you say about Christ?

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And instead of an hour from now, Vitaly speaking from his opinion, he just began reciting the verses of the Koran. And what a beautiful choice. He chose sort of Marian, it's part of the wisdom of our brothers, sisters, use something strong evidence strong, otherwise be silent. So he said, the sort of Marian talking about Jesus Christ and His birth of miraculous with a sign and so forth, and the gesture was so moved, and in a hadith in Sahih Hadith that even the priests that were around him in all his videos that were reduced to tears, they actually cried. You could see them crying.

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So he comes down and says, Well law he,

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this is this comes out from the same Felton that we both come from except that you have a different string two L's, but it comes from the same fountain.

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And then armored law says no, but the said they say he's not the Son of God. He said, what do you what do you mean he's not the Son of God? What do you say about it? And Jonathan continued the verses

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were a Sally Sam says in his cradle, in the Abdullah and the slave of Allah, the worship of Allah has given me the Scripture and made me a prophet maybe blesses wherever I may be, and all that stuff.

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And then an joshy

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was so moved with tears that he turned to even his videos and his priests. And they started to make noises like how dare he say that? That he is not the Son of God? And Naja she's quite adamant says, one line, whether you like or not, he is nothing more than what they said about him. And he said that all of them was silence. And I'm the last returned and he said, Take back your gifts which he gave me, I don't even want them.

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And he returned back fabled.

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Like I even said about women. He says, What about women? Jaffa said, and 100 law said we buy them and sell them. They don't inherit us we inherit their wealth. They're not equal to the men, and Shoshana Vitali replied to him the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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He said reference to Allah reverence to the wombs that boy you How can you disrespect the womb that made you young? If it wasn't for your mother, you wouldn't be.

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And he was silenced. Again, Jonathan, on the inside Hadith, he says to him, all your 365 gods are silenced.

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Yet one god of his sinus demo,

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he returned back fabled. And he said to him, he can live in this land so long as I am alive. The Muslims, gay the Allegiant, like they supported the king, they would then become citizens, but they became refugees. And they were given all their rights, and they supported the king. Note this brothers and sisters, the king was a Christian, and it is a Christian government and a Christian land full of justice. And when a civil war broke out, the Muslims who were there, they were ready to support him, even if they could physically as obey the law on his big story about him swimming across the Nile River to see which army was winning, and to return the news to the Muslims. It was

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in the benefit of the Muslims to know which army is winning, even though both of them are non Muslim. And both of them are fighting the name of Christ.

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Isn't that right? That's the story. And his debate in the Muslims were hoping for an agenda to be the victorious one. They will fight in the name of their religion of Christianity, and the Muslims were ready to support him in any way they can.

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Which shows us that Muslims are allowed to take part if there are two armies that are not Muslim. Even if they were Muslim, you support

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the one who is fighting for justice, not oppression. Even if two believers are fighting Allah says what you attend imminent, mini nakazato if two groups of believing armies are fighting each other meaning he called them Mini, they fought each other, then reconcile between them for invalid and Ofra. If one of them transgressors with injustice upon the other for cultivatable, a, fight the believers your own brothers and sisters in Islam. Allah didn't even call them Muslims. He called them higher than they said.

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They're of high level of men. fight them, because they're now the transgressors had that fear in America until they wake up to the command of Allah. In fact, once they wake up, for us, nobody knows stop the war and reconcile.

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So our duty is to fight injustice. Also the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, also a haka volume and Omar lumen, give victory to your brother in Islam, your sister Islam, whether they are the oppressors, or they have been oppressed. They said, the Rasul Allah, how can we support them when they're the oppressors? Do you mean that we go up and help them to oppress other people? He said, No, you support them by stopping them from their oppression.

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Sometimes, we hear one side of a story between two people. And we make ourselves self proclaimed judges who called you to be a judge us one in the beginning.

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And then we take one side and campaign against the other person or the other group. Number one, are you a judge? Number two, are you qualified to be a judge between them? Have you been called to mediate? Or is it better for you to stay out of it? Number two, if you're going to be a judge and mediator, hear the other side clearly, before you judge and campaign and put stuff

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on social media,

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yeah you had Edina mn O you who believe in a confessor convener in fetta. Bagan. If a person brings you news that is outside of the boundaries of character, first it means a person even a good person brings you a news. And that news is like news that can cause problems. It's called force meaning it's outside the realm of what causes harmony, someone brings you a news that can disrupt harmony, it's called fiscal, fiscal

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fatphobia. You better to better clarify you better find out the truth before you judge or take action. Otherwise, stay out of it. But if you are a person who should take action, and you can take action, and you have the knowledge, take action, and you call upon to take action. If you're gonna take action, don't you dare

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take a step or move that tongue of yours with a letter

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before you clearly hear the other side.

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And to see Bo Coleman bisha hana in case you may oppress another people out of ignorance what's ignorance here? ignorance meaning not knowing the full story. Ignorance means that person may have come to you might trust that business really good person, really trustworthy person, probably telling you the truth, but the way they're saying the truth could be emotional, exaggerated. You know, when you hear someone telling you something truth, and it's exaggerated. Like for example, if I told you

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there are children in the house, and there's fire in the house, Save the Children.

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Oh, my God, this person they fire in the house. Now you believe is telling the truth. So one lucky this fire now. So you go to the house, you bring the ambulance, you bring the fire engine, you go inside, the children are sleeping quietly. There's no fire in the house, there's no smoke. But there is you go to the kitchen, you find the candle with a little bit of flame on top, there is fire in the house. But the way we set it

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honest truth while I'm saying the truth, but look how I made it look like the impression that I gave you. So it's so important brothers and sisters to make sure this is an epidemic in some communities from leaving our community a lot this happens, how faster our fingers to type on our mobile phones, this is a catastrophe. And you can't take it back. So my brothers and sisters in Islam very important point.

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Anyway.

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Now let's go back to the 10th year of, of prophethood. Now

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after the boycott ceased

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among the worst things, yet to happen to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam happened

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in the 10th year of Prophet would

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have a call him his uncle, who was protecting him

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died

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40 days later on the 10th day of Ramadan,

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his loyal and protecting wife these are the lava Anna also died.

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And there was a third catastrophe. And we'll come to it.

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That year was so bad that they called it and we know it till today as I am of

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the year of sorrow.

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I will call him for 10 years now was protecting the proxy loss and this is why they couldn't kill him or take him.

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So he got sick as a result of the boycott and his old age.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was extremely filled with anxiety, why he loved his uncle. And because of his love for his uncle, he loved what he meant to be inside of him so that he can live with his uncle in general.

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But now he knows that his uncle is going to die a disbeliever

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and he may end up in Hellfire as a result.

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I would like to make an important note here brothers and sisters. If you realize that a solo Salah Salem loved his uncle, but his uncle was a careful.

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So how do we explain

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when some of us some extremists say to us you have to hate every cat

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hates and for the sake of Allah, Allah for the sake of Allah.

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There is a difference between loving a person naturally and loving them religiously, to different things.

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When I love you for the sake of Allah, it means I love the character in you that Allah loves and that is your religiosity. You pray you're solid. I love you because of that.

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You lie. I hate you because of that. But it's a combination. You may hate certain people from an angle and love them from a different angle.

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That's the justice in Islam.

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But when you hate someone religiously, it means that you hate the Kuiper that's in them. But you can also love them naturally. Otherwise, how do you explain loving your parents when they go for it?

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Didn't almost pantalla tell us to be loyal to them and to love them and to be good to them and to be compassionate to them didn't realize I'm loved his own uncle a lot acknowledge that in the corral in Nicoletta demon alphabet. You cannot guide him you love.

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Babbitt, meaning you love them immensely. He loved his uncle obatala while he was on his cover, but it was a natural love.

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How can you marry from the Jews and the Christians? And then Sarah love my wife. When she's a Christian or a Jew, there is a natural love. You're allowed to. But it is the Cooper in them that you don't know. And these are two different things.

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So when Abu Talib reached the deathbed

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Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam was anxious to make him just say the Shahada,

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Abu Talib, voila, he he believed that in the prophets message.

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He knew that the Quran was the truth. He invited people to believe in the proper laws and he said, Follow him. He will lead you to truth. He protected him, he supported him. He did jihad in the protection of the process and him and his religion. But his intention was not for Allah. It was for

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his lineage and his pride.

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There is a difference between knowing and believing and accepting and submitting. A person says I'm a Muslim.

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I'm a Muslim, but they don't pray. They don't fast. They don't pay there's a cat. They don't do the Hajj. They believe in some things. They disbelieve in other things, they say I think prayer is only for those who need it. alcohol. It doesn't affect me. I'm still a Muslim. I can, you know, do lots of things. But I'm still a Muslim. doesn't work that way. Brothers and sisters, then you are no better than a police. A police? Well, you are better than a police. I'm sorry. But I meant the concept. Then we can say at least is a Muslim. Because at least he swore by Allah said, Rob be my Lord. He acknowledges a lot to be his Lord. He knew he is the most powerful, he knew is the truth,

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but at least rejected to obey Allah and submit to Him while knowing same with obatala.

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So Islam means submission and acceptance, not just knowing and believing.

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And we shouldn't say amen. Means faith. It does.

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Faith is a part of the man one part of a man. There's also accepted submission, loyalty, practice, action, that's all part of

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the process of what I send them said to his uncle, c'est la ilaha illAllah my uncle just whisper in my ear and I will bear witness on the day of judgment that you said it just whisper whisper that's all then have to pray. Then if the father do anything else, just sit in your bed, wait to die and just whisper in my ear my uncle, the sole assassin from his love for him. He wanted him to be guided.

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whispered my uncle would love him over the oncoming alijah I don't have the power my uncle only a lot. I don't. This is not my right.

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Who came in? I will totally opened his mouth. He was about to say it will lie he was about to say. Then Abuja

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and then when he didn't know he rented.

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And the first thing which I said they noticed him open his mouth was about to say and he said,

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Are you going against your father of the muttalib? Are you better than him? And then he closed his mouth.

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And he said, on the religion of my forefathers,

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the prophet Allah said it and then left. They wanted to see him again while he was crying for him. Then his cousin Alia, the loved one who the son of our beloved

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came to the province of La send them and said

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he said something that sounds bad, but he was out of pain and hurt. He said your last uncle has died. His own father. What do you say last uncle, he said out of anger.

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Out of out of pain out of hurt. So the proposal I sent him put his hand on the shoulder Valley. And he said to him, Go and wash your father, shroud him and bury him and then come back. So he goes and shrouded him with his own hands. I live with the linemen buried him with his own hands and he came back and the promise of a lie they were sending them. He counseled either their loved one until either the mom calm down.

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And from a football perspective, it shows us that we are allowed to take part in non Muslim funerals, especially if they are family members. But what we are not allowed to take part in is the religious aspect of it such as

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To take part in their sermon and they praise that they say, but to follow a funeral, to stand outside the church or to even enter the church while you're not taking part in the sermons before or after it, going to the graveyard and bury them even with your own hand is fine. It is halen, to honor the dead person if they are even non Muslims. And this is the majority of the opinion of the scholars not from my own head. I'm not telling you this from my own mind brothers and sisters.

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After the death of avatar in the process, sentence uncle Allah best who is the brother of avatar that came to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and said, Yeah, Mohammed's before he became Muslim. He said, Your uncle did all of this stuff for you. Didn't your dad didn't show? Didn't his support if you

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you know, benefit him in any way with your Lord?

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He said, Yes, it did.

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I made that for my uncle for Allah subhanho wa Taala to have mercy on him.

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And Allah put him on the edge part of Hellfire, his brain boils for eternity. And if it wasn't for my daughter, my uncle would have been in the depth of Hellfire because he chose to disbelieve in

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abortion. He wanted to use this against the prophets of Allah Selim. So Abu lahab remember the uncle, Allah He was second in line up after obatala. He felt sorry for Mohammed Salah sent him so he comes up to him. And he says, nephew, you're still protected by me. I come after my brother. I will continue doing what you were doing. As my brother let you he felt remorse. But I wish I had cancer I would not have been said to him. Why don't you go and ask him where your father Abdulmutallab ended up. So he goes and asks him my nephew, where's my father? But luckily, and Proxima son was very wise to choose his words. He didn't lie, but it didn't give him the answer he wanted. He said he is with

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his people.

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So he goes back happy to

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a vagina says my nephew said he's with his people in Abuja said You idiot.

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Where are his people? They're in hellfire. You idiot, stupid man.

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So Abu lahab

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he got angry. He said I'm not going to protect my nephew. And so the protection was released.

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Then, his wife had the alarm on her died.

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And that was even more painful to the heart of the blessings of the law while he was in.

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When she died, the prophets of Allah sent and buried her with a he washed her shrouded her and buried her with his own hands. And the Sahaba said,

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we never saw the Prophet Sall Allahu Allah who was sending them sadder than the day when his wife had his or the loved one had died for life for the next month, up to six months. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam barely spoke a word

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for the loss of a beloved wife. And he used to say underrated inside a Muslim. God Almighty never granted me anyone better in this life than her.

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She accepted me when people rejected me.

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She believed in me when people doubted me.

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She shared her wealth with me.

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She shared her wealth with me. When people deprived me

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and the Lord granted me children only through her

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lie. This is very emotional.

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My brothers and sisters in Islam. Do you know when a person is tested with their faith?

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When does it really matter?

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When a calamity befalls you, that's who you really are.

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Death of a family member.

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divorce.

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people taking your rights.

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Your faith is tested there.

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When you take revenge, will you deny the good that the other person ever did for you? Allah said one utensil will follow the law. Do not ever forget the favors that others owe you.

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Ever, no matter what Allah said, whether you remain a commissioner ernakulum in Allah, Allah da da do Do not let your feeling of hatred towards the people. Make you become unjust. You know, be fair and just, yes, she did this for me. Yes, he did that for me. Yes, I acknowledge they did that. Along with the negatives that you have to say if you have to say that to say you were so

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objected to a person who's the judge between you mentioned the good if you're gonna mention the bad yeah May Allah mentioned about the Jews and Christians they have good and they have bad

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mentioned the good and the bad

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and it is almost the most sweetest thing for people to do these days. You think that they are weird? After everything they did to you after everything he did to you after everything she did to you.

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You still acknowledge the good? Yes.

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Because you are doing for Allah subhana wa Taala and Allah is going to judge you. He's not gonna judge them.

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In basata ella Jada katakolon EMA and vivacity near DE LA County up to luck, as have

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her route set has had been set to his brother Corbin when he wanted to kill him. If you want to kill me, I'm not trying to kill you.

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I fear a lot. I want you to take my sin and your sin and you'll be among the people of hellfire. You've wronged me, I'm not going to do the same. We acknowledge my Bridgman system. Remember that our last man that is testing us, the province of our cell and mentioned all the good of his wife he might sell because he loved it. No, not only that, look what he said she shared with me her wealth.

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Time, I'll finish this, she shared with me her wealth, which acknowledges that our wives your wives, they have a right to their own wealth. And if she shares it with you, and you share yours with her, then this is a sadhaka that is ongoing and the law rewards you for it and never deny you. And I finished with this one Add To Cart demonium fusi come do

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whatever you put forth for your own selves, you will find that with Allah who are higher on what are the magic, he is better for you as a goal to impress and to please and he has the greatest of rewards to you. So do not despair. When you do good for someone for Allah remembers it even if others don't. And always acknowledge the good of others so that Allah can remember your good on a day when everyone is in distress and fear on the Day of Judgment. Remember your brother and sisters good. Allah will remember your good and make it on the tongues of people.

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May Allah Allah enlighten our hearts and grant us acceptance, forgiveness and mercy. May Allah Spinetta accept this Ramadan from us unite our hearts and grant us His blessings and help us renew our Eman Ameen will Salalah Vina Mohammed while

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the system will resume the Sierra after eight inshallah the first Thursday of the eighth and the 21st of June was Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah