Bilal Assad – The Seerah of the Prophet Muhammed (Peace and Blessings be Upon Him) – Episode 14

Bilal Assad
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses the history and importance of Islam, including genetic makeup, religion, and culture. It touches on the genetic makeup of Islam, including genes passed along to owners and people, and the importance of not cutting off anyone's religion. The transcript also touches on the deaths of Islamists in the United States and the actions of the Prophet sallali. The interviewer suggests waiting until the show to research further.
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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Allah Allah He wasapi women were brothers and sisters in Islam. Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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Alhamdulillah to us united us

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yet again.

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After having finished the month of Ramadan, we asked the last panel diala to have accepted our worship and make us among those whom he has accepted

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and saved us from the fire, forgiving our sins

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and to have mercy on those and he has taken in that month. Surely those who die fearing a Lost Planet Allah in the month of Ramadan, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said

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that they go to

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my brothers and sisters in Islam.

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I will continue from where I left off before Ramadan insha Allah

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on the life story of the prophets of Allah while he was sending him

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the biography the Sierra,

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and where I left off was

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after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa synonyms

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uncle of authority

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who was protecting him up to this point.

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It was in the 10th year of prophethood.

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Shortly after

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his beloved wife, Fantasia, their loved one had died.

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And he was extremely saddened for the loss.

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I think it was best who said a number of other companions

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stayed for six months.

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not speaking too much.

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Because he was saddened for the loss of his wife had been to Hawaii literally alone.

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Once to illustrate how much he loved him, and never forgot about it.

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Later on,

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years later, when the prophets of Allah Selim was close to 60 years old,

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he had married, I shall go mama by the time

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and she says,

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The Prophet sallallahu wasallam never stopped remembering

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his wife edition,

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even after all these years,

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and I used to say things that are not so pleasant, but not too rude.

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And the prophets of Allah sent a Mr. brusher off,

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except for one time, I went a little bit too far. I have to admit, she said, I was a little jealous of him.

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That he remembers that even after her death, and I'm in front of him

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so one day she said, I found the process a lot easier said than one day speaking to a very old woman

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close to her 70s

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and it looked like he was talking just social talk.

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And he was smiling.

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And she was smiling and laughing.

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So after she finished after he finished, I got jealous and asked him

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who is that old woman?

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In Arabic, she emphasized the word old because I shall delana is younger.

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And the process of upsetting her. Oh,

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she used to be one of the Friends of Khadija. Food she used to live.

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Someone's broken

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brothers anyone is parked outside the blocking.

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Anyone who's driving a highlight sheet

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trying to get out. Please forgive us. No worries. This is this is how life is.

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We things like this do happen.

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My brothers and sisters in Islam.

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So she said he told her she was one of the Friends of Khadija when she was living.

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And Ayesha Gabbana became even more irritated by that.

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She said he's even

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valuing and making time for women who used to be friends.

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So she said, I said a statement I should have said,

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I said, LMU did not come normal here, Amina, didn't Allah give you someone better than her?

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Walk me.

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That's what she means.

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The Prophet sallallahu wasallam smile vanished.

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By the way, I forgot to say that he also said to me when I was talking to that old woman, one of her friends couldn't monitor that girl. And I am in Hawaii. We were talking, reminiscing about the good old days.

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The ones that passed, we're talking about your time, you know, remember when this happened, and when that happened?

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So I showed them and I said those words, the process of smell went away. And he said to her, level him up the level hate a minute.

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Allah has not given me anyone better than her.

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She gave me shelter, when nobody else did. When I had no home,

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she should share the wealth with me.

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I didn't have any wealth.

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She believed me. When everybody else disbelieved in me.

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What does that mean? Hello wallet. And Allah gave me children from her to

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now that's just a teacher, I shouldn't be allowed a little lesson.

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Not to repeat these words again.

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Because I tried the one I didn't have couldn't have children. So he added that just to teach her to remember.

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So I should have the long one. She didn't do any of that stuff. She couldn't do any of that stuff.

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And she said,

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Ask a lot of Forgive me.

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I will never say that ever again. She said after that day, I never said a word about the law.

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I want to make a little note to you.

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This does not give an excuse

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for anybody to say, Well, if the prophets wives

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were like that, then we're okay to go ahead and be rude or whatever.

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What people don't understand is that when the prophet SAW sent him his wives made a mistake. It was only really once and they never repeated it again.

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Even the men can't do that.

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So challenge yourself that way. How many times would you repeat your mistake deliberately? They only did it once. Once they were admonished. That's it.

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Once each mistake was

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my brothers and sisters in Islam,

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so we move on now.

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This year, which the prophets Allah sentence, uncle, and Khadija

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died him straight after the boycott. Remember the boycott we spoke about when the Kurdish people the people of Mecca boycotted. The prophet SAW Selim and his family and then added to that beneficiary who his entire clan just to put pressure on his entire tribe.

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It's like a fitna to cause he's tried to hate him for it. But I will tell him I supported him that time. And it's the only reason why his tribe no hashing took part. And they were isolated for two years, not allowed to eat from their food or share with their trades or married from their women or visited from them or socialize with them, or anything at all, though, basically, as if they don't exist. Two years, and when the boycott was released, just as they received the relief,

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the promise of Los Alamos uncle who was protecting him for this past 10 years, if it wasn't for his uncle,

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last month IRA sending his uncle as his protection, the province of Law Center would have been killed.

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He was protecting.

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And now that his uncle is gone.

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That's it. No one can protect him. Because in those days, that's how you survive. You have to belong to a clan and a chief of the clan protects you. His own tribe is against the law center. The only reason as I said is because of autonomous existence. He's there

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Now there is no one to protect the prophets, Eliza.

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He's open now.

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His wife Khadija gives him company and helps him morally, psychologically and emotionally gone.

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So he doesn't have a wife, no wife. He never married another woman at the time that he while he was married to the law, he had no wife.

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His children were all married, there were girls.

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There were Muslims, their husbands were Muslims, but they were weak. There's only a few Muslims around and they were in secret. If they were to be exposed, then they'll also be in trouble.

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The prophets of Allah they are synonyms. How

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is that risk? They can attack at any time.

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his wealth they can take at any time.

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So he was at risk in every shape and form.

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He is among his own people. It is basically an outsider, a stranger, where's he gonna go? Remember, the Arabs have to be protected by belonging to a tribe? Where's he gonna go? If he goes out of there, there's no other tribe which he belongs to.

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No one is going to take that risk of protecting him.

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So the colder Island

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the year of sorry.

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Till today, it's called the year of sorrow.

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when he found himself unable to live in his own hometown Mecca,

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his heart was attached to America. He stayed to the last minute, 10 years, doing everything he can not to leave, he could have gone to Edison, he could have gone to therapy or like the rest. Why didn't

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because the promise of a servant's heart is connected to his home.

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What does this tell us? From a football perspective,

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there is nothing wrong with a Muslim living in a non Muslim country, like what we're doing here.

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If they afforded you, the right to your faith,

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if your heart is attached to your homeland, you can stay there.

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And you got to try your best as Muslims. What are we we haven't been sent to just sit in our homes we have been sent

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with a mission as well. And there is down

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there is the

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all the profits weren't allowed to leave their people in their homeland until the Lord gave him permission and most of them only had to stay there and die. They

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know Harrison and his wife was affected she became a gaffer. So there is some you're almost not given permission to leave your salary center and left and he got punished for it. He had to return.

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When a state becomes bad enough that you are oppressed and persecuted because of your religion, you can't practice your religion. Then if you can find another place that gives you a safe haven to practice your deen then you go

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but at the moment where are we we cannot and at the same time, we are afforded to practice our religion.

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We are afforded that. So we have a mission inshallah.

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We have to teach, show our Deen Be confident about a lot and put us here for no reason. There is a purpose and show.

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My brothers and sisters in Islam

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Rasul suasana stayed there for 10 years. But when he saw that his life was that risk analysis life or death situation now,

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he painstakingly had to think of another place to go to just to be protected. That's all it was. It was a matter of life and death.

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So he looked for the closest place to Makkah

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that is very close in relationship and very similar style and lifestyle to what he had.

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So the closest place was a place called above. What is it called?

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A bar.

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A bar if is a very green place, has greenery. It has fruits and vegetation that grows nowhere else in all of the Arab Caribbean, except in a boy. There are fruits of vegetations that he can't find in Mexico or Medina or anywhere else.

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And even till today, it's considered a place of tourism.

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For a lot of the Arabs, they go there in the summer they sit there and it's a really nice beautiful place a resort

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in there, there was a tribe called Ben with a thief.

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This tribe Ben was a thief was very close in pride and importance as the people of Mecca. As koresh.

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They were very important they were very well.

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And they had a god which they worship the ultimate God was called a let.

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It was a love hate relationship.

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Even someone there had married the distant uncle or Auntie sorry, of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in a pipe, so there was some relationship in between them. So he thought maybe I can go there, and these people will welcome me, or at least give me some safe haven. So he went to a bar.

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When he reached there,

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he had sent news with someone to meet with three particular brothers, they were chieftains of that place. They had a say.

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And they agreed to meet him. So when he got there, he met with them.

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And he spoke to them about his mission as a prophet. He gave him a little bit of doubt, not too much.

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And told them you're free to accept or refuse?

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What did I do that heard about his situation.

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And instead of welcoming him, though the most vile and bitter to the province of Alaska, this is all in the same year of historic calamities upon calamities.

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They said that foul words to the first one said, Well, if you're a messenger of God, I might as well rip the curtains of the Kaaba offered. sarcastically says I don't have any belief in

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I won't accept you. The second one says out of all people couldn't unlock choose anyone else but you.

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The third one said if you are truly a prophet, then you are too holy for me to talk to you. And if you are not a prophet, then my dignity is too high then for you to talk to me.

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Just a sarcastic stupid words.

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So the prophets Allah sent them felt Okay, this is another threat. He's in trouble over there, too.

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So the best thing he said to them was, look, if you're not going to accept then I asked you for one thing. Please do not tell Quraysh that I came here.

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And they respected that said, okay, and truly, they didn't tell us that he had gone there.

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Who was he there with? He took only one man within his then adopted sons at Harrison.

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And he chose to walk there. He did not choose to go on a horse or a camera. It's a strategy because then he didn't. He didn't want people to know. He didn't want to,

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you know, make it public. You went in private. It takes you about

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one and a half hours in a car to reach from Mecca to a bike.

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But it took them about a day, or a day and a half to reach the walking deserts, hills and valleys.

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Also that the prophets of Allah Selim is not known to have traveled.

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A Muslim relies on a last kind of attire. But this doesn't mean that you don't also

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put the effort. take precautions

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as the man who came to I think it was on the line or

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in the time, he lived his camel, untied outside them.

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the man said to him,

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what's up the live normally I think

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he said to him, tie your camel, it'll run away.

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He said I've lifted to a lot I rely on a lot. This man had a different understanding of the workload. So he said in the famous standard that was still useful today. And it's also used in physical

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therapy with a worker, tie your camel and then rely on almost pinata,

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water worker

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to count and then rely on

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and just on an interesting tangent. You know that piece of that little thing they were on top you see the Arabs wearing on top to keep the cloth on their head.

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Not the turban. It's like a thin piece of rope that goes around. It's called off and caught again in the 5g language. So I call it means the tying thing. What they used to do was that the camels let's say they're in a desert and there's nothing for them to tie their camels

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They got no tree or no rock. It's in the middle of the desert, and they happen to want to sleep. So how do they keep their camels there from running away that get them to kneel down, they take that I caught that around circular thing and I put it in the name of the camera. So then they can, the camel can get up to run away. It's called a car, which means that it's twice the camera. You put it on the name of the camera when he's bending. And then when it comes to get up and can't bend his leg straight, it's called an icon. That's that's the whole idea why they wear it on their heads. If you see now it's just a tradition.

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to Canada, they're relying on Muslims.

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So what happened next is the Prophet sallallahu. wasallam was refused and rejected. He gave some down.

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He gave some Dharma to the people in the market. It seemed like some people were accepting Islam, but the majority of them went, especially the chieftains. They wanted to stop this. And so they got scared. And I wanted to cause a big problem for the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Yes, they didn't tell koresh. But they went into the city. And they started to round up thugs and layouts and people, children, women, men, all these people who like to make trouble. They convinced the children to come up and the women and those thuggish men or with rocks.

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They tracked the province of a lot, I send them in,

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in the middle between two rows, one on each side so that the province will send them can't run away. If he goes right, he's stuck, goes left, he's stuck.

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Bullies, you know, worst of situations. And you had kids and women and men throwing rocks at them, and being vile to them. They draw the line to try to protect the Proxima Sena but he was smashed everywhere. It's blood from head to toe.

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his blood saved from all parts of his body until it reached his toes. His blood was between his toes and in his

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injured. So the Lord

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so far, a boy called

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uncle boy's wife guys know her, no money, no family,

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nowhere to go. And his life is at risk, no protection.

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Only the clothes he's wearing no amount, no horse, no camel.

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Nothing, no food.

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can't get any worse than that.

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It was so bad that I shadow the last one and later on. She wasn't she didn't live at the time of life when this happened. So she just asked the professor, I send them once.

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Has there ever been a tougher time on your jasola law than

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the federal government was very tough. We're going to talk about that weeks to come. And

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was there any rough time then?

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And he said, in very simple words, just briefly, it didn't go into detail, but it showed the law and he said yes from your people.

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Meaning the Arabs in a thought if

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I spoke to three of their men, and they rejected me and said words that were hurtful.

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So I had to leave.

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He didn't say much more than that. And the other man who speak about this incident, why he didn't say much to it, show it alone. While I was Rasulullah Salim didn't want to remember that trauma.

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He had a trauma from that situation. And he didn't want to talk about

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the first reason. So it's normal for a person who has been through some kind of suffering or trauma, that if they don't want to talk about something,

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they don't. And it's probably it helps them not to continue to talk about it each time you bring it up. Your brain continues to remember the incident, keep reliving the moment. Psychologically, it's not good to keep talking about it need to move on and does your mind to get your mind busy with other things. Yes, you might want a little bit in the beginning to talk about and then you gotta move on. Secondly, the province of Allah solemnised is teaching us that the prophets and those who follow them, do not seek the pity

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or the sympathy of people.

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You don't need to complain to people and seek their sympathy.

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We do that on Facebook all the time. In social media, it's like a platform for people to show everybody their emotions and wanting everybody to

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give them some kind of pity or sympathy or write something to them or

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and really, nobody really cares.

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I write stuff and they're doing it. Everybody can look at them. And, oh, look, he said something or she said something to look good. It doesn't pay. That's not how you heal yourself.

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for social isolation, look for sympathy from people or pity. Who doesn't want men complain to

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Allah subhana wa, you complain to Allah, and you can talk to really close people, but only for a little while, then you move on.

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inshallah helps you.

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But they throw the alarm on, because he was there, he spoke a bit more detail about it. So he told us, and what he said was whatever you can remember,

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he said, After that incident of throwing the rocks, we tried to run away from them. So we saw

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a little land that was

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that had a wall around it, it belonged to someone. And in those days, if you enter someone's property, you are protected. No one can touch you unless the owner of the property wants to give you but he also has to protect you. So it's Temporary Protection. He said we set with our backs on the wall of that garden, it had grapes in it, and it had other fruits in it.

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And we didn't know that it belonged to one of the two chiefs of Mecca of courage themselves out of bed and shaver his brother, what was the father of hint?

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And shaybah her uncle.

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That was a big deal, man. He didn't want to polish dinner, but that was his land. And what has happened to be there looking after his land, the Meccans used to grow crops and, and fruit the vegetation over there in a pie.

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But unfortunate, but fortunate for the purpose of the law to sell out and Schaber what happened to them.

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They felt bad for the Prophet sallallahu wasallam actually.

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And the road to back to be honest with you, is normally a good man by nature. But the pride of tribalism took over. And that's the only reason why it was an enemy to the proper lesson

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was actually a wise man. But he didn't let his wisdom control him.

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He lets the evil controlling.

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He was such a wise man that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam actually acknowledged it in the Battle of button.

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When he told the people he said listen, these are family these are relatives, these who If we kill them, we're killing our own sons. We're killing our own brothers. Fellas, look, we're here, just leave them alone and let them go. And the prophets Allah sent him heard this in the Battle of butter and he said to his to the companions,

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they will benefit these people to listen to that wise man. He is a wise man. He acknowledged even to the enemy goodness in their character that teaches us Muslims to be like that too. So this man, whatever, and shave a thought, Man, Muhammad Salah Salem, he's one of us. We cannot leave him to these people or our rivals to mistreat him. I type on us it's it's it's, it's embarrassing. It's shame on us.

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So because of the Arab pride, they gave him protection temporarily in the great form young.

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And they had a slave by the name of this. This man or this was a Christian, a proper Christian. And he came from Iraq. There is a city there called ninawa.

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Nineveh and he was taken as a slave. It's very far away from very far away. Nobody knows the Christian belief in authority if in Makkah, they don't know. They don't know about prophets. They don't know about all these stories, not like today we have the internet and people can fly straight away give you information. Knowledge was really in the city you lifting. If you don't live in a city, you're not gonna get that knowledge. And the Arabs didn't know anything of that. 1000s of years, they had no idea about prophets. They don't know anything, except for Prophet Ibrahim a little bit. At least Solomon is married because of their lineage. So at this, he's there and his

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master otter says to him, take his plate of grapes to the Prophet Mohammed.

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My brothers and sisters,

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just before he took the grapes, I'll tell you a reason why this happened. This was a gift from Allah.

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There is a famous dog of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam made just after they had

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done that terrible thing to

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you know, all the stuff that's going on in that year. And then this happens to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and now he's sitting there bleeding from head to toe

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is hit rock bottom.

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And he's a human himself.

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So we sat at the wall of Xavier Delano says,

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lift his arms up the following day.

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He said along the beautiful Dora

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I'll say part of it.

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He said,

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Oh Allah

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11th the kidney.

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Who have you left me to elaborate in Etosha harmony to a stranger, who ridicules me in a Canadian mulatto, Emory, or to a family member is supposed to be my support, but instead he controls my life now, my life and death.

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And then he said, Oh Allah

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inlandia coming kochava knowledge

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overload if you're not angry with me, if you're not angry with me,

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then it doesn't matter all of this Oh, forget about it. I don't, I don't care. It's as if the prophets Allah Selim is saying, like what a normal human would say, you're alone?

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I don't understand. Are you angry with me? Have I done something? What have I done? Yo is pleading to Allah. Allah is he's, he's crying to a loss partner with an eyelid like a little child cries to hurt his or her mother or father. They just want their love. Have I done anything to hurt you? Have I done anything to anger you?

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And then the prophets of Allah send them said, luckily,

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you have the right, my Lord, to

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reprimand me and say anything you want. Tell me off, as long as much as you want or law accepted, until you are pleased, I will accept it so long as at the end of it. You are pleased with me, I just want your pleasure.

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I just want your pleasure.

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And he said when I can refer you to somebody, but

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you will as for me, is more beloved to me. It shows us we are allowed as Muslims when you make dua to ask Allah Yo, look I don't care about all these calamities so long as you are happy with it but

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if you make it easy for me take the difficulty away from me. That is relevant to me. Nothing wrong with asking there's nothing wrong with complete only Allah is the one that we should complain like this.

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Now brothers and sisters don't get this wrong. There's two ways to complain to a loved one is the other one is to hate. The goofy one is when you caught when you when you blame a lot of data for what has happened to you. And you question him in a way that is arrogant. You don't accept this. But when a person says why me out of all people why have you done this? What have I done to you?

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I don't accept this like what at least used to say. So see this one that you have made better than me? It's your fault. It's our last fault This is horrible.

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But when you say oh what

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have I done something have I ended you

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will love like to complain to you my worries my sorrows.

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To make things easy on me is more would be better for me. Nothing wrong with that. cry like a baby. Only if this is what a minute and a strong person does.

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And then in the end the peninsula Selim said what a holder what a pool water, electric.

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And in the end, there is no power on light. Except with you.

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Meaning Nothing can happen to me without your permission or line. I know this is in your hands. I'm in your hands. As soon as he finished this to

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our desk comes along with a plate of grapes.

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It's not a death. It's not about it's not shave. It's none of these people who is the one that's bringing him to play with grapes. is almost

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the Doha gets answered immediately but in ways that you don't expect the first answering of his door is that the last part that it brought him a grape a plate of grapes now a plate of grapes, you might think oh it's just grapes and go to Safeway calls and get it? No no no. So you got to take yourself 1500 years ago and you got to put yourself in that place. There are no grapes in Mecca and Medina and never grows you never see grapes. These the importer from far distances and when they imported these to make wine with it and he's to sell it for great prices and it was the most valuable thing grapes. So to receive a plate of grapes is the most refreshing, comforting thing that one can do for

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you. There is to honor themselves by giving their guests grapes. It was the most luxurious and exquisite thing that someone can give.

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So when someone gives you grapes, it means you are safe, you are protected. It's a comfort you are his guests. And so last month, the proxy

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gave given him hope. No, I have not lifted

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it. He said a lot of items in this time. Well, maybe before that sort of Doha was also sent down

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Now a doctor of the governor has not left you alone.

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So my brothers and sisters, our desk gives him the gripe. And the prophets, the Law Center puts his hands up and says Bismillah

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which shows us that even in the hardest times, the Muslim does not forget their identity.

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You continue to show it and still proud of it. So Bismillah, In the name of Allah

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says, What are those words?

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difficult than before? It says it's In the name of Allah, my Lord and you.

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And the process was and I'm asked him, Where are you from? He said, I'm from Nina Allah.

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And the Prophet peace be upon him said,

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UNICEF, no matter.

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The prophet Jonah, son of Mecca.

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That looks at him with open eyes. He's about to cry. And he says, Who taught you this name? How do you know this name?

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And how do you nice from them? I mean, you're talking about months of journey from over there to and he's the only Christian there nobody will notice me in 1000 years later,

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Professor Lawson and replied by saying He is my brother, a prophet, and I am a messenger of Allah.

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Yunus das knew what he was talking about. Immediately, he fell to the cylinders needs him to get legs and began to kiss them.

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shaver looks at his brother

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and says, look, you sent your slave to look after him. And instead he put magic on him is converted it will bring him back. It goes and drugs or does away. And he says What are you doing man your religion is better than he is. It goes, Well, law he is a messenger of God. No one knows this knowledge except the Messenger of God.

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And others was so stubborn in following him in his Deen, that even in the Battle of button, or death was still the slave of Allah and trying to get a desk to go into the battle to fight the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and he still refused, even if it was death for this man of death. So we consider him a Muslim.

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So my brothers and sisters in Islam

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is what happened then Allah boarding grapes to comfort him. Then he brought him and told him, look at this man, he's all the way from the other side of the world. And if they don't accept your Islam, he has accepted and believed in.

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So don't worry about these people, Allah is giving you victory. Don't worry.

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That was a comfort, immediate response from Allah. But he's strengthening the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. He's strengthening him.

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Then the prophet SAW Selim got up and left with zabe when everybody else dispersed.

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Ross also asked him and said, I walked and walked.

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Until he also said this the eyeshadow and she said, I walked until I didn't know

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where I had ended up.

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Suddenly, I found myself in such a place

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called an asylum, it was called a distance away, many kilometers away. And that shows us that the province of our send them was actually in trauma. That's what happens to you. When you're in trauma, you're in shock. You walk and walk and you don't realize where you're going. And suddenly, you've crossed kilometers and kilometers.

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And then you realize how much you've walked what you've done. Because you're in shock.

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There had been not no tougher time on the property. When I send the next one. It says, I want to I then I rested. And I looked up above me and I saw a cloud.

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And on that cloud, I saw

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and he said to me,

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a lot of her God.

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And he has sent me with the angel of the mountains.

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If you want

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he will do anything you please, for what the people have pointed to. He said then I heard the voice and other voice of the angel of the mountain saying you're a solo one. A lot of sent me to you, whatever you wish I will do if you want me to crush them between the two mountains because that's where they were. I will do so right now. And there'll be no more life. It'll become extinct.

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We buried

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what are the prompts, allow, send and reply.

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He said no.

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If they're an embrace, they're not there inside themselves. That may be a low bring from them children. later on. He will worship a lot alone with no password.

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And also a seller doesn't want his own fame. He doesn't want anything from them. He's saying later on after he

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There could be children with their children's children who worship a lot alone Don't cut off their chances of entering paradise. And this shows you my brothers and sisters, that he is a messenger of Allah. Because that's what a messenger of Allah does. He does not come here for fame or fortune, or anything else. He's come here truly to save the people with a message from darkness into light from health to him. To Jenna.

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Truly, he is, as a law calls him, woman outside America, in law.

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We have not sent you a Mohammed for any reason. Other than

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as a mercy to all of mankind.

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You're a mercy to the world.

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Now, check this out.

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As he was sitting there, not be mindful.

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As they went to sleep, the prophet SAW Selim got up to pray the husband.

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So Pamela, even in the hardest time, brothers and sisters Let me repeat, he has no food. He's only got one piece of clothing. That is that is drenched with blood. He hasn't bathed is still drenched with blood all over. He can't. He has no home. He has no wealth. He has no amount. He has no family. He has no protection.

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He has no wife. No.

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He gets up in price too efficient.

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As he is praying to his job, something miraculous happens.

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Something that looked like dark fog. Xavier, the owner says something like dark fog started to come near the Prophet solo.

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I got up. And the Prophet did this with his hand. Stay where you are.

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Dark fog encompass the promise of a lie they are similar

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enough to the promise of acid unfinished is solid. The fog went away.

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A lot of builders in the Quran in surah kajin.

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They were a group of genes, genes.

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They happen to be passing by them a lot more than I made them pass by them.

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And they said

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as the seller was reciting what they said to each other. This is I'm just saying what Allah said. And they said,

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well, Allah says, well, it's sort of in another verse as well. What if softness in a cabinet, Foreign Minister, Jim, behold, when we made a group of gins go past your way.

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And when I heard the

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call to unsettle, they said to each other, quiet, listen,

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what is this? They heard the call and they were intrigued by it.

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They went back to their people. I said Dr. Coleman, oh, people, we have heard words that have never been before.

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It talks about Moses, and like the message of Moses, which shows us that these genes were what which religion, Jews that were Jewish genes.

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You guys are not gonna sleep tonight.

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I'm an escape. Escape.

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Genius. My brothers and sisters. There are they like us in the sense that they have civilizations they have nations, they have tribes, they are male and female, they have culture they have

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different colors and shapes and languages, different religions. And Allah mentions them in the Quran, one gene known in La agudo. I have not created the gene and the humans for any other purpose except to worship me. So the genes are also created to worship and they're being tested, but they were here before us. And then Allah created the humans. Then

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they were ordered to pray and worship and fast like us. Now the prophets of Allah, Allah was sending them Mohammed sublessor that was the only one sent to the entire world, which includes the genes.

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And they said, We have heard a Quran on Zilla mimbar the masa masa de con Lima bainer. Yeah, they, he is talking about stuff that Moses is to speak about, and it confirms it.

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And then they started to preach to their people to their genes to follow this messenger. Yo Coleman as the Buddha Allah, Allah says that the gene said to the group, they said oh,

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People respond to the color

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of a law call it to Allah to the messenger. So

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not only did Allah subhanaw taala relief and show the promises and the comfort of jeans, or what if the if the humans are not accepting it, don't worry the jeans are accepting you men from around the world or except you just continue what you have to do and the rest is on us. Here are genes now what do you think of that a life for me they can't even see. And not only did they believe in approximate values, but they also went to become messengers from the messengers of Allah send them to them. Now the genes are being called to Islam, and saved from the final.

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Look, look.

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There are other instances where the prompts the last lm gave to the gyms at least two other instances. Another one is a time when Abdullah best throw it himself. He says one time the province of the Law Center stood up and he said who would like to come with me to give down to the genes? And then the campaign is all new to you. Like I saw some of your faces go pale. Yeah. They said, you know, like,

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not not us. We'd rather not go but I'd like my best set of seven cent of courage. I was the youngest because you know children, they like adventure and you tell them hey, something scary. They get scared at the school when I go there. So that he goes I want to go with

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it. No one else volunteer.

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You don't blame him. So he went he said he went to this Nia mountain. And

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the learner best says the professor Sam told me to sit near a tree and told me not to move.

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So the Prophet peace be upon him went he stood up praying and then I saw black

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folk coming towards the Prophet solo acid

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I didn't move and then suddenly he vanished the Property Law Center I couldn't see him anymore. There was surrounding him and he couldn't be seen

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after he finished

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up the lab and Ibis

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saw the zero sola Where were you vanished I was looking for you said don't worry. These were the gems. Allah sent them to give them down. And I was teaching them about the deen

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in another narration inside Muslim as well. The Companions one day got up and they and they said the props are set and vanished. We didn't know where he went. So we thought maybe he was killed. Someone had abducted him. We kept looking all day until the night and then the proxy Law Center arrived, says Well, we are solid he said I was given down to the gyms. And if you want I can come and show you. The remnants. What I left what they left behind. They went and he showed them some tents. And he showed them some fire that they had lit up and it was extinguished.

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He also said Abdullah Abdullah Saud said that I saw the pumps and bring some burns, burns and some camel mingyuan camel poo.

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And he said this Windham gins embraced Islam. They said the Rasul Allah, what are we allowed to ignore? Because it's highlighted around food just like we know that's a pig pork, for example, drink alkalis and what can we eat? And the possible SLM said, the remaining food of Muslims you eaten is stuff that you throw out, not not real food, like you're not supposed to waste food. But the stuff that we can eat the jeans, for example, burns, the genes, eight burns, we can eat burns, is that correct? So he brought him some burns. And he said, this is food for the gins, and also the the rubbish that you throw out from your food, the remainder of the Muslims, it becomes the food of the

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gins. And he also said to them, and the minutiae of our animals becomes the food of your animals, which means that the genes also have animals and livestock just like us.

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I won't tell you more than that allows you to sleep tonight, but these are genes who are Muslim, and they're good people,

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my brothers and sisters in Islam. So that's something that happened with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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he said, We arrived back in Makkah,

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and say that alone, and he says he's got no prediction. So before we entered Makkah, the prophet SAW Selim tried his best to seek refuge with someone he he sent. He sent some, he sent a message to a few of the chiefs, asking them to give him protection because remember, reminded the Arabs, if someone gave someone protection, no one's allowed to touch him. This was the law the customer the address.

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And whoever touches someone that a claim has protected, then their tribe is humiliated for him.

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They don't want that. But unfortunately, so Panama, h chief of maccha, which he sent a message to, to protect them, they rejected him. He even sent to a man called an alumnus who later on became Muslim. He sent to so hated mom, who later on became Muslim. But you can see the proposal I said, I'm sending to people who he knows they have some goodness in them. And they responded with respect, politely. We can't protect you just can't do it.

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But finally, there was one of the Chiefs his name was moved, ignore it. Remember, we talked about him before, in classes that are passed not under the law, did not become Muslim, but he was a good man with great wisdom. And he he had really good character, even though he was not a Muslim.

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He was the only one that offered or accepted to give the prophets of Allah Salah protection, including his family.

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So he said to him come to the Kaaba. He came and met him there. And he said, you do your tawaf and come and talk to me. So the prophets, Allah sent up the top and more time said to his son's, take your weapons,

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put them there and cover. If you cover your weapons, it means that you're not there to fight, but you're there to protect

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and go around with him. If anyone attacks him defending

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who came along with Sophia, Sophia was one of the main chiefs.

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And he asked what time

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have you converted? are you protecting? He said, No, I have not converted, I'm protecting. So then I will Sophia and said to him, we protect and you have protected, meaning we went hard.

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If you have converted to Islam, what I was gonna get killed to.

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And that shows us that sometimes there is a wisdom when somebody delays converting to Islam. A lot smarter sometimes guides people immediately, and some people a little bit later. And there's always a wisdom behind it. multivendor hide they didn't become a Muslim and didn't convert. But there was a wisdom. Allah used this situation in a wisdom to protect the province of Eliasson.

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It also shows us that my brothers and sisters,

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if a person is a carefree, a non believer, we don't automatically cross them out and say that evil

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the Cooper in them is evil.

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They are evil, in a sense of worshipping idols or worshiping something other than God. But generally speaking, there are among them, who are naturally good people.

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They donate, they help they protect. We have heard of many non Muslims who have gone to, for example, Palestine to protect and stand up for Palestinians and their children. One of them was an American woman.

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A lot of what religion she was, but she did something that

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I wish I had wouldn't do maybe, or

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maybe it's very difficult. So she stood in front of a tank

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and it ran her over. They ran her over

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another man protecting children and journalists, they shot him while there was any there are people out there

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who are not Muslim, but we don't dismiss the goodness.

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This man wanted to give you evidence. When he died, he died a disbeliever. And when the province of allies send them went to Medina later on, and after the Battle of better

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they took the capitals remember the prisoners, the proxy wa sallam made a statement in support and honor of this man, knowing that he had died a disbeliever with the enemies. He said, If not, I have no idea he was still alive today.

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And requested of me to release all these captives.

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I would have released them just upon his sole request.

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So the purpose of I said I'm honored him

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till today

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is honored for this the words of the Law Center.

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My brothers and sisters in Islam, so the proxy Law Center was protected for a further approximately two years before he died. He died

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and the protection was gone after close to two years. During that time.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was taken on a journey of Misra Mirage

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now in sha Allah

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Want to link this to next week is struggling Maharaja. But it's a really good time to talk about it now

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in this month Who can tell me why?

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What month is this individually calendar show where so Serato Mirage happened in shower at the end of show where Okay, so it's perfect time for us. And it's really good to delay till next week because it'll be approximately that time later in the show next week, we'll talk about the incident of a restaurant on mirage. And then what happened after that insha Allah

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so I'll conclude here in sha Allah next week in sha Allah after a shot

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I wish I could do between now Venetia though but

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even I finished you know close to five o'clock and I wouldn't be able to make it in time

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and I know that a lot of brothers sisters were complaining about it some people wanted to still between mother and a shirt but you can't please everybody I can't I wish I could. So for the time being we'll do it after a shot and it won't stay like this as the week's go past and monitor becomes a little bit later stay like Stay tuned inshallah I will I will change the time to live in a shot because a lot of people still here and some people love to stay behind until they show

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just like Malala was set on one acre masala Lorna vino Mohammed Allah and it was average nine or said Mr. Kumar. If there are any questions I can stay just five minutes if anybody has a question can we can try and and help you with that and

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it doesn't have to be related we can we can ask any any question if I if I know it I'll try to help you otherwise I'll research and come back with the answer next week and show

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we know everything's

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melora wajima brothers sisters

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switch off man. Still on isn't

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showing up.

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Yeah, just give him cuz when the classes stopped that's what happened. Yeah, it was cold and so

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if we see a you okay with after music studio

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