Bilal Assad – The Seerah of the Prophet Muhammed (Peace and Blessings be Upon Him) – Episode 16

Bilal Assad
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of Islam in the culture of the United States, including the use of the "mojave road" to mark elites and the importance of resiliency and resilience in facing challenges. They also touch on the death of the chief Islam, the importance of protecting and dying for those who follow the Islam, and the importance of not giving up on one's religion and not using it for power or materialism. The speakers emphasize the importance of finding one's strength and finding one's own success in life, protecting people's property, home, family, and one's own lives, and finding one's strength in finding one's own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own success in finding their own
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Salam alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was salam, ala rasulillah. Brothers and sisters in Islam, we've had a break. And now we recommend it's the spirit of the prophets of Allah send them from where we left off.

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I'm aware that some people are having difficulty getting here because of the timing. But let it be known that from now until the end of the series, until we finish the lectures of the Sierra, it will be between Mother Nature, that's our final decision of trying to please everybody, but I have to learn a lesson that you really can't you just do your best in shoreline reach the majority. So I really apologize to those brothers and sisters who are unable to make it. But you know, the timing of the mother is going to be extended so

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soon you'll have more time and money which is going to be lighter and lighter and shall look

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like it Welcome back. And we now continue

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from the point of when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam returned from the Surat Raj journey

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is wrong or narrow journey.

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It's now the surroundings to take you from the 11th year of prophethood the Prophet sallallahu Sallam became a prophet. And then we start counting 12345 now I've reached the part where it's the 11th year that the Prophet peace be upon him has been a prophet. Do you want to know what happens next? Yes, all right.

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At this point,

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the WR in Mecca is failing.

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It's not the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is failing himself. But the people of Mecca are showing too much resistance. They just don't want Islam.

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And their pride is overcoming them.

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And hope is almost lost for the people of America.

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So when the Prophet peace be upon him returns from a certain model to try to use it as an excuse to prevent people from listening to him. But I must point out, it gives him a way out of it.

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And the resistance increases even more, even more.

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His uncle Abu lahab was supposed to look after Mohammed Salah Salem after his brother obatala after dying.

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But he couldn't do so because of his pride.

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And if it was up to him, he'd be the first to kill the process of us in it. But he can't because

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it was the customer the Arabs that deliver kills a member of their own family, then the humiliation upon the bloodline is forever.

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So Abu lahab

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he didn't kill the purpose of them, not because he loved him. He hated his nephew. And he hated what he was calling for. But it was a matter of tribal pride that stopped him.

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So he's taken away his protection for his nephew. But it's not attacking him physically.

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But he wants other people to stop his own nephew and he's talking bad things about him. You have Abuja

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who is also conspiring.

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And so the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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is going through the worst harm now than all the years that have come before.

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He's alone. With only a few people that followed him. for 11 years of calling people to Islam.

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Only a number of people have accepted until this point. Maybe not more than 70

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around him in America, and a few 100 migrated to guess where it remembers where they migrated to

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It's too loud. Okay. Sorry about that. So why don't we reach 70 people had embraced Islam, approximately and the rest of them have gone way

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too young to Ethiopia, they have migrated 11 years brothers and sisters 11 years only about 70 people. Yet Allah Subhana Allah is getting these strongest of Muslims that were surrounding the province of La Silla, the most elite of Islam, and then we're gonna have a specific name that we're going to be called Guess what?

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To winner the name still today. Starts with an M

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mohajir on the mohajir one, and they are mentioned in the program. The Mojave road means the migrants.

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The Mojave don't can't just be anybody. So Allah subhanho wa Taala sifted through all of the people of Quraysh. And this number 7200 or so we're going to be the ones who are the elites, till the end of time. And

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you will see later on that the bottle acid and returns back to America, and the others, everyone else embraces Islam, but they were not going to be given the title mohajir. So there is a wisdom in that. At the same time, these more hairs you don't have to suffer a lot. In order to be resilient and enjoy the dollar. When you give down. It's not easy.

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And gender is expensive.

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Resilience is a value. And your importance is how much you can face challenges

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and odds.

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triumph and success has never been on the backs of weak people. It has always been on the backs of resilient, strong willed people.

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Any any any success, Muslim or not Muslim, but because the message was so important to the best message in the history of mankind.

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And the Quran is coming down for the first time from above seven heavens. It has to be carried upon the most elite to the most strong insight.

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And they will those people

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not many, we're going to embrace after them until the short while later.

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So let's see shall these the more as you know, among them abubaker Omar Osman Ali

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Baba ninja rah, they will also Masada no May, there was a lot of love. And there was so high Rumi and there was and there was and among the many women, all of these Fatima de la and her daughters of the promises, I send them all of them, Khadija, all of these were the elites.

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Jaffna, we call him

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as a weapon when saddam Nabila cos a blood Massoud, the 10, who were promised paradise and many more. And among those women who we don't know their names,

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and men we don't talk about too much. But they are the Mahajan. The elites of the elites. And the law praises them in numerous passages in the Quran. He always talks about one more has you done a wedding, the first migrants, the ones who are with the processor and who suffered the most. They are praised in Nepal and

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are so sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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has now been given the permission from Allah to give the permission to these elites to leave their homeland. They didn't want to leave the prophets of Allah Azza wa sallam, he insisted that they must migrate.

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So they went to Ethiopia.

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But just before they migrated, a Lost Planet Allah had chosen a place for them to migrate to. He told them anyway, you find that you can practice your deen and find your safety and peace leave.

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But there wasn't many places they could leave. So what did the Prophet sallallaahu Selim do? He tried now, for the first time to focus his energy and dollar outside of Mecca.

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He went to the other Arab tribes. Now he had been given down he was reaching them. But this time he was focusing physically after he went to a boy if it didn't work, and he got worse. So now he's looking for another place, but if didn't work for another place.

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And he's relying on the last panel.

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So one day, as he was doing the work around the cabin, now remember when I told you that he has the protection of someone else?

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Does anyone remember who that person is? He died a disbeliever. But he was well mannered, have great character. He had noble values, but he died a disbeliever is one of the chiefs of Mecca. And you remember his name?

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Not obatala he's died. He died now.

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More time that nobody. That's him.

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And he was protecting him. So now he's just barely protected, but they're not happy. So as was done,

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a man one of the Chiefs have a very elite tribe.

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of the Arab tribes from outside. He had heard about the message he comes and sits down with the prophets of Allah, Allah. And the Prophet teaches about Islam. And the man was extremely impressed. extremely impressed.

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So, what does he do? He goes back to his people.

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I think their names were Ben Sasa.

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And he says to them, This man is amazing. Well, he brought he brings words that I've never heard the likes of before. His message is amazing. We're loving this man, if we follow Him, we will become the elites of the elites of all of the Arab world, and will become the leaders and kings if you follow this man.

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So they will follow him. So that this chief comes back to the cinema and says to him, I am all my tribe will follow you. On one condition, I want you to listen carefully on one condition. So what is your condition? It said the condition is that after you, you give me the leadership,

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I want to be the leader. After you die, you give it to me.

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What's this? You don't embrace Islam on a condition of power. Nanana Rasul Allah Salah, for those who say he was a man who wanted power? No. He said to him, no.

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And amarula. He said that matter is for Allah, who he chooses to be the leader after me is for Allah. And Allah says in the Quran, amarula The matter is for Allah, yo te Maya, he will give it to whoever he wills well.

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The end result is for those who fear Allah is not in power, it's not in money. It's those who fear Allah, in the hereafter not here in this world. So the man said, what I'm going to pledge my blood, my family, my tribe for you, we're going to protect you and die in your cause. And you won't give me the leadership, then we refuse.

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So I sent him said, well, Islam is not built on power and leadership and wealth and material. It's sincerity.

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And those who follow the law, so a lot of them weren't even illegal slaves, some of them

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just as no highlight his setup, know,

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when the least of the people followed him that they used to call the peasants and the farmers in those days. And the elites came along and said that Yeah, no, we will embrace Islam. If you

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get rid of

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those people that are followed, you know, the ones from the lower class, we're not going to mix with the lower class of people that again, the thinking of the late is empowered. And no Holly Sam replies to them, says women and authority the Latina woman, I know I will never exalt those who believe.

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Either embrace it sincerely or not. You don't come and use the religion, in order for your ego and for your power and for your materialism and for your worldly game.

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Allah the Prophet sallallahu Sallam talks about the end of time.

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He said, There will come a time when a person will be a believer in the morning, a disbeliever by night, a believer by night a disbeliever by the morning by Adina home, the out of the minute dunya. Why because they sold their religion. For a little bit of this worldly game. We don't use our religion, for worldly gain, my brothers and sisters

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needed to use it for power or for materialism. No.

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My brothers and sisters, so that tribe went then came another tribe. Now the second tribe, there were elites, and they were very strong, very well known in in war, and they lived close to Persia. Persia was the superpower of the world that time remember, their chief came along.

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And he loved the message of the seller. He said, my whole entire tribe will embrace and we will fight and support you except on one condition. So it was the condition. Listen carefully, said on one condition that if the Persians attacked you, we can't support you. We will not fight with you against the Persians.

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam replied, this religion is not as you please, you don't take part of it and leave the other part. you embrace Islam to protect the Messenger of Allah and you want to fight for the cause of Allah but you might support against an enemy who attacks them or you did not.

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As Allah said about the children of Israel, we don't want to be bogged down with a Corona Viva the children of Israel chose parts of the Torah. They said well accept this but we won't accept that. So so as Salim said, you enter the dean Hall, wholly, not partly

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can enter on certain things and certain things you don't want to practice. I'll enter Islam on my terms. You don't need Islam is not my manual. You don't enter on your terms. I'll just do that. But I won't do this.

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Yeah, there's a difference between people who are lacking in their practice like you're, you're not very practicing or you're probably sinful or you're have shortcomings. And a person who comes and says, I believe I believe in all of the deen but I admit I have shortcomings. These guys are saying I will become our own version of Islam, all of this but when do that

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Allah sent him said no, I can't exception like that. And he said, Well, then we went embraces them. He said then don't.

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And finally, Allah subhana wa Tada, what is he doing? See, he's eliminating all these weak hearted people, these insincere people. And he This is the beginning of Islam. This is the beginning of the truth that you need to have the most sincere of all of them. Because the next generation that are to come to our time today is going to be on the backs of those people. So there have to be the best of the best. The most taqwa the most resilient to the most God fearing the most, the most everything.

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And that is why I Lost Planet Allah chose in the Hadith it says that Omar look through all of the people of the world and he chose the most elite of them the prophets the best, not the elite in worldly gain, but the best of them he chose from none of the prophets and look from among the many features from among them Mohammed Salah, Salah, and from among the people who chose those to be his sahabas. The Sahaba is the proposal I said, am I chosen by Allah, they're deliberately chosen. And from among them, came the dab your own the next generation after them. And from them came the third generation, the sahabas, the tab you're on about the first three generations of the Prophet

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sallallaahu Selim are the best of all of mankind in the world, all of them the sahabas then when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam died, Then came a generation who didn't make the progress and we call them the second generation a tabula and those who followed them then they then after them came another generation, we call them the third generation within the first 100 years of the prophets Allah silence, livelihood is dead. And then 100 years after he was brought out until 100 years approximately the three generations they are the best generation How do I know I must I had a throttle Arsalan Bukhari and Muslim on his deathbed hydrocarbon economy the best of all generations

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are my generation the sahabas so May Allah denia Luna then the ones who come straight off to them so melody and then those who come after them and he went silent he didn't say anymore the best three generations my brother sisters so habits Debian about Debian companions the ones came after them ones came after them in that order.

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So who didn't Where did a lot by the way? Is he preparing for them? What are you prepared? He is preparing the people off which city

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which city?

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McKenna is not working in we already we already finished from a canal there's another city outside of McCullough processor. I'm gonna go to another place. Medina, good. But now in the 11th year of prophethood. What is it called? It's not called Medina yet. Have you noticed? That's why yesterday, everybody's calling it yesterday. All right. So yesterday, it's even in the Quran. Allah, Allah mentions that people of yesterday, that's what it was called. So the people of yesterday. There are two tribes there. They are called aos, and has Raj house and has Raj, can you memorize those names?

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It doesn't really matter. Because the Islamic term for them is going to be starting with an eight who knows.

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Saw they're the ones mentioned in the Quran. So now we have two important names mohajir on

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and on saw

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these guys are going to be the best of the best on which Islam was built upon.

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We honor and respect these two, the first Mohammed you don't know first on saw of the people of your trip, who pledged allegiance to the province of Allah while he was setting them to death.

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They are the best any name you hear from the outside, find out from them, honor them and respect them with everything you have.

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Every single one of the early ones

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my brothers and sisters in Islam, who are these people have awesome husband as of yesterday, who will later on become the answer. This is what happened.

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The Prophet sallallaahu Selim it's becoming really bad for him.

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And he wants to find the place to get out otherwise he and his sahabas are going to be massacred as soon as most of them have no idea the one who got to go and protection is going to die. He's finished. What's going to happen but obviously it also was awesome. So what good is upon reliance upon a loss pinata I was not gonna let this religion fail is bringing it to the whole of the world. 1.7

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people who are

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under the name of Islam I don't know if they're all Muslim, but any they say were Muslim, at least people who claim to follow the law. So the point is, I think there's a lot of Muslims that spread throughout the world. My brothers and sisters in Islam Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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he receives news

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in the 11th, approximately halfway through the 11th year of prophethood. A group of about 11.

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About 12 sorry, 12 men,

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close to the 12th year of his prophethood

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they come to Mecca.

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seeking out the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Why are they seeking him out? See news got to them yesterday, yesterday was about seven, six hours driving away five hours, six hours in a car maybe four and a half hours. If you drive really fast in a bus, maybe seven hours very far away. Take you takes you about a month on foot.

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And these people come down hearing the news of a prophet Why? You see right next to yesterday. There's these other people they're called the Jews.

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There's three tribes. Next week inshallah introduced to those tribes you need to know about the dynamics and how it's all the neighbors and all that. But these particular Jews Benny coryza been another embattled claim regarding Enza, they, what they were doing was they were telling these guys in yesterday awesome hustlers, these Arabs have hosted 1000s hundreds, so with the Jews that were Arabs, as well, we don't know how they got there. But they got there somehow. We don't know the history in detail. And we can write, we can have many lectures about him his big history, but we don't know how they got there. Exactly. These Arab Jews that arrived in year three.

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They were teasing and promising those Arabs in year three, that they God is going to bring them a prophet,

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a prophet, it's in the Torah, the Messiah, because they believe Jesus Christ was an imposter. Remember, they say that they when they try to crucify him killing, those are the Jews. So now they're still waiting for the Prophet. And they have his descriptions. And he is Mohammed salado center in the Torah is Ahmed and engineers.

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And they also name is Mohammed the praised one, he is about to arrive. But they're thinking that he is going to be from the bloodline of the children of Israel, because most of the profits have always been from the children of Israel from the Jewish side. They have and the last Arab Prophet was Israel.

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1000s of years later, these Jews are waiting for the great prophet.

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The children of Israel from Israel strike, who is an Arab,

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ends up being Mohammed savasana, from the Arabs, these Jews, they, they spoke Arabic, they're not Arabic lineage, but they thought it from the children of Israel.

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And they're telling these people, the ethnic people,

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you people do what you want to keep fighting each other. And whatever we're going to take over this whole place, and our profit is going to come he'll massacre you, and we'll be the elites, and we'll take over we'll be the leaders of the lens.

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So this people are some hustlers. They heard about this man in America, who was calling himself a profit. And I have some beautiful words from people they respect. So they go over this Hold on. This is the man that Jews have been telling us about all these years. Surely there must be some truth to it. What if it happens to be from the Arabs? Let's go see, man. Let's go see, you got to keep you can understand. Arabs did not know the concept of profit or they don't understand. All the ways this time is made. They never heard about it. There's no internet. There's no airplanes, no mailbox system. There's no post office, nothing like that. So if you're born there, that's it. That's all

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you really know. You know about camels and deserts and sand. That's about it. You don't know about this profit and stuff. You don't even know that there is a Toronto Bible and Christian you don't know these things.

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Did you hear about prophet? Jews have been talking about it? The Arabs respect the fact that the Jews have some holy book. They must be doing something right. Let's go there. If he is a prophet, we'll get we'll grab him before the Jews game will follow.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala is the one that put this into the hands, these 11 men from from year three.

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And he guided them. They were important men beautiful, great men. They went to Mecca. And they asked about the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and they met him

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at an area in Mecca called acaba. It's the name of a little area called ARCA Morocco, Morocco Allah mentions in

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So to allow Aqaba it's the name of the place.

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They saw the Prophet sallallahu Sallam they, they asked him about Islam. And they love that it entered their hearts, these 1112 men, and they embraced it.

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And they did something

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that no one has ever done before in the history of mankind,

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a new system of leadership

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and kind of leading up to a government, a state.

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They did something called an Bejar.

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Anyone heard about before

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allegiance. Now from here onwards, I'm going to say some stuff in the Sierra, that I need to explain that because it can be misunderstood or misinterpreted. And there are some things that I've got to be careful how I say them. Because in this day and age, there are people who attack these certain

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events that I'm about to talk about. And I'm not going to be apologetic, I don't care, I'll say it as it is, but insha Allah, in, in clarity, and without emotions, and so on and so forth, as it is insha Allah.

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My brothers and sisters, we should not be afraid to talk about the truth of Islam. But some of us we talk it in the wrong way. That's all the emotions and whatever.

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Some of us called talk about in a gangster style. Others of us talk about it in an emotional,

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passionate style,

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sync with your brand and talk all the avenues of it. So there's something called a

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pledge of allegiance. Now, this particular Pledge of Allegiance means that

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you say something

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to one person that you want to become the leader of all your people.

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You send representatives of different communities, whom these communities respect. And they go to that person

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on behalf of their people. And they pledge allegiance to them, that they will follow and obey that leader.

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in everything they have.

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This Pledge of Allegiance never happened before. They used to pledge to the king, they used to pledge to, you know, chiefs, but this pledge was not a pledge to a man because of the men. They were pledging to the province of the law to send them on what

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on on making him their leader to govern them, by a law which was sent down from the heavens, not by a man made law. They're not pledging allegiance to a leader who's made up his own laws and rules. This is different to any system you've ever heard. It's different to the domestic democratic system. It's different to a fascist or communist system, to every system that you've heard.

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It's a new system, we are going to be introduced to the financial system.

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Never ever happened in the history of mankind before the Prophet Mohammed Salah Salem came clean up the leader of the entire

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tire nation,

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regardless of nationality and background and color, race and gender ruling by a law that was sent down from the heavens, the court and later on become the sooner

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the way of the Prophet Mohammed Salah seven the Messenger of God.

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In a democratic system, basically, people come up and they start voting from everywhere, on a particular law, a particular people that the majority agree on.

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That's it.

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And you can make any new law anything you like.

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If alcohol is to be allowed songs, the majority of the people vote for it, then it becomes allowed. Prostitution is going to be allowed, so long as the people all agree to prostitution becomes allowed. That's why they do these votes in what they call the democratic way.

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There's no such thing really as a proper demo of democracy. They just say that. So in Islam, we don't have we don't have that you can't just come up and so long as the majority of the people agree on something which is wrong, it becomes law. No.

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Yes, we vote in a certain on certain things that Allah is allowed us to vote on, but not in this democratic system where it contradicts the laws of the Quran and Sunnah.

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So these members of these communities in Africa and pledged allegiance with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but it was called the lesser Pledge of Allegiance. It was called baochen Nisa

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baochen he said, the Pledge of Allegiance of women and doesn't mean that women pledge they will 12 men, but they called it the pledge of

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legions of women, because it was a pledge to obey the promise of the law send them in everything except

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fighting, combat, no jihad.

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So it was cold because because in Islam women are not.

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It's not they're not obliged to take up arms and fight to protect. That's the men's duty in Islam, so they call it balconies.

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And the bay on this pledge of allegiance

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a man by the name of Oba sommet, who is one of the answer. He says, We shook hands with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and we promised him that we will obey Him.

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And the prophet SAW Selim said, on the following six things, number one, to not make chick don't make partners with a law. They said, We pledge allegiance never to do that, us and our people.

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Number two,

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to not kill our children.

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Because they used to bury their daughters alive, some of them and some of these to kill their boys as well. So not to kill their children not to get an abortion. In today's world abortions are Haram. It's murder,

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unless in very severe circumstances, right.

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But it's murder, to kill a child that is in the stomach in the womb of the mother.

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So not to kill our children.

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He also said

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to, among other things, Jani, there were things of a lack of good manners and character.

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And the rights of people not to take the rights of people not to steal, he said not to steal, no theft.

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So, these things are community things. And religious groups are set up to do that.

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I didn't count or six because I forgot them. But I counted about three for you.

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So inshallah, maybe next week, I'll bring in three, or the six. But there are community based things.

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After that these 12 men, they set off and went back to your trip, to give them what they said, What do you want us to do your soul Allah, he said, Go and tell them about Islam. And he sent with them an amazing companion. Guess who he sent with him? started an M. Musab musavat, no, my brother in law. One

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is one of my childhood Roma was actually personally why he had an eloquent tongue. He was when he spoke, he was extremely clear. He was patient when you spoke. And he had an extremely good way of communicating with people was really good with people. He was a people's man. So it was sent Musab abnormal, suddenly a bit about him. Massage I've never met before embracing Islam. What was he known for? He was known for his well groomed appearance. He used to comb his hair so well and Euler tista were the best of clothing the most. It's like saying today, the latest design, the latest fashion,

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they used to look up masaba norm and say what's he wearing lately, and everybody would copy. You know, like when you look at soccer players, what's the new hairstyle? You find young people copying whatever guided because he is good at kicking a ball into a neck. So the copy his hairstyle and his clothing issues.

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Someone this holiday can copy but don't take it too seriously. So I copied his fashion. And he used to wear the best of Cologne and Vista perfume and walk in the streets. And there's nothing wrong with looking good and buying good clothes and combing your hair. But this is from the sooner but there's a difference between looking good and making it your focus. We live in a world where appearance and images are focused to the point where people have become so obsessed. That has become a disease, a sickness.

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anorexia bulimia, people doing bizarre things with their bodies.

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depression anxiety, low self esteem never happy with the way you look. Oh my god. It's gone beyond control on social media and the likes.

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So the point is you don't focus my brother and sisters on that. This is a waste of time must have been no homemade left at all. He stay well groomed. However, he had a new focus and that's what makes you a real man. A real person, a real a real woman. A real person has a purpose in life a valuable person. You've got bigger, a bigger purpose in life than just combing your hair all day and seeing what the latest fashion is in hairstyles and groom.

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And so on and so forth.

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Miss abnormality then left with these sahabas and went to your trip to give them down.

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They promised that after within a year they'll come back with more people. And truly they did with Mr. Bob nomada. being there, more than 1000 people embraced Islam.

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And in the 12th year, towards the end of the 12th year of internet in hajj again, of prophethood 73 men and 11 women came from your trip to pledge allegiance with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Among them was Saudi nomadic, not the Aloha, south of nomadic

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was a famous poet.

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I'll come back to him. When I arrived, they asked Where is the messenger of God, where's Mohammed? And they pointed, he was sitting with his uncle a lot best. So they went to him in the same place a la Cava.

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And they made the second pledge of allegiance, it is called aloka with Ania the second Pledge of Allegiance in America.

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The only difference between the first pledge and the second pledge was that this time, though, we're going to pledge

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to not only obey the promise of our seller in everything except but also

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that they were going to put their blood themselves on the line to protect the prophet SAW Selim and fight to protect the Messenger of God and to protect Islam. The way they protect their families and themselves.

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Southern nomadic when he approached them, he said we have come to you to pledge allegiance the promise of arson I'm asked him for his name, he had another Sahaba with him. And he said I'm sad of nomadic, sad, nomadic said one lot he I will never forget what the prophet sallallahu Sallam said to me when he first heard my name.

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You might not mean a lot to you guys here when I tell you that when you understand the circumstances, you'll see why

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam only said this, he said he opened his eyes wide,

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turned all his attention to me and said, sided nomadic, none other but the great poet,

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the great poet, you can think of something great poetry. You think of Shakespeare, right? Who cares about Shakespeare,

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you're gonna put into context, I want you to think about in today's world today, the most powerful

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media person, person has the control over all of media. Because today, the greatest power is media. If you can control the media, you can control the minds of the world. The control of Hollywood the greatest influencer of Hollywood, for example, you control the minds. When you talk about a poet.

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The more famous you are as a poet, the more influence you have on all the people of Arabia.

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Everybody feed the poet's man, they feed them more than warriors more than a whole tribe coming attacking you. A poet says one thing that's if he praises a people that price forever. He destroys the people to the few words if he sounds very eloquent, they destroyed forever. So these two pay poets lots of money. The great thing is the paying lots of money to say a nice word about them just to mention their name. If they are famous south of nomadic, one of the most famous poets in Arabia.

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He says one word, that's it. Everybody is going to listen says Islam is this or Islam is that everybody wants to listen now to Islam.

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popout says Islam is bad people run away from it. So you got to think this is a powerful man,

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a man who is able to move the minds and change the minds of people in their hearts through poetry. And obviously the Quran is the best of language. Imagine sub medic same poetry and then putting verses of the Quran

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right in his poetry

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was going to be amazing.

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So power of media, my brothers and sisters the power of eloquence the pep you've got to see what is it in our world today that will support and assist us in teaching people and showing Islam the right way. And go for what is that people will listen to what are the people are influenced by this panel of people these days are following things really have no purpose nothingness. They're doing these dances because of a certain

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singers did it people are throwing themselves of buildings or, or dancing in front of moving cars with danger just because they want to copy and imitate something that's really stupid and worthless has no meaning whatsoever.

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But they're willing to do it because it's cool, gets us likes and makes me famous.

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Thank you. We can use ways in sha Allah that people

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Listen to in order to spread the teachings of Islam and you know, my eldest sister, so there are 1000s of ways that you can do so you just got to find where your strength is. So that's the key to find out what is it.

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We live in a world of advertisement a medium. So saddam nomadic was that port.

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And he said to the province of Alberta, Senator, before I pledge allegiance, you're asking for something big here.

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What do we get in return?

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Is not asking, Well, this is what do we get in return? That's a good question.

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The prophet SAW Selim said, In return, you will have Jana

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saw the dometic and the other said, then people, the other one said, I am going to pledge allegiance before you do so it means your life, your property and your family.

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You are going to protect the property settlement even if it means sacrificing them. I am the first to do so.

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He placed his hand in place he said, we will not break the deal so long as you do not break the deal. What is the deal?

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You give us gentlemen?

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And we pledge our lives for Islam and for you. You're a solo for Allah, Allah, his messenger of God.

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Allah then sent down the verse in Allah hashtag Amina, meaning

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Allah bought from the believers themselves. He bought their bodies and their wealth, they bought their blood he bought them in exchange for john. So Allah pays you, Jana, for you to sell him yourself.

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And their wealth. In the last time Amina

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bought from them this themselves and their wealth, their property, be anila homogenic. In exchange Hello, give them gentlemen. And the remainder of the verse who caught The Loon they fight in the will of Allah by the path of a law where you put alone and they are killed and slayed in the protection and in the fight of protecting Islam, Muslims and the Messenger of God. So this pledge of allegiance was one full, which meant that now for the first time, in 12 years of the Prophet hood, Muslims are now going to take up arms against the enemies who attack them. Those who threaten Islam, through blood, or through weaponry, they are going to find their

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house, every country has an army to protect its borders. The country has a right. Every people have a right to protect themselves, you have a right to protect your property, your home, your family, even if you have to fight or take up arms. If somebody takes up arms against you. By law, you have a right to protect yourself. Police carry guns with them. If somebody takes out a weapon, they have a right to shoot them on the spot. Why? Because they're taking up arms is the right of people. If the people carry arms against you, you can fight them with arms as well is the right of any common person in the world.

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So my brother and sisters, these were the Muslims who have pledged allegiance for the first time that if they were needed to fight the fight, and protect the Messenger of Allah sallallahu, wasallam and Islam.

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These men and women, the men shook hands with the cinnamon syrup with their words, the women said only with their mouths, and they left back to Medina in year three

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Rasulullah saw Selim now stayed back in Makkah, and he refused to leave until two things happen.

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the permission of Allah has to be given to the province of our semalam first, Allah did not give him permission to leave yet.

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And the last set to the process of our Salah when talkin Casa have been held, do not be like the man of the big fish or the whale is talking about profit University Center

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is that have a mobile device, he left his people angry at them for the rally, and he thought that we will not

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we will not discipline him.

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Canada and then he called up to a law in the stomach of the world remember the story. So a prophet is not allowed to leave his people until Allah gives him permission. So the prophet SAW Salem State and secondly, he did not leave until all the Muslims had left first is not gonna leave them behind.

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Until finally the only ones left in Makkah. So people started now migrating where to to Mecca to Medina to

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As soon as if you are persecuted in a land because of your deen then you if you find the place where your deen is protected and you are protected to practice your deen, you must go there. So the Muslims are now going to have no Islamic State has been established there yet. No governance, the process is not there. But right now it's become a land where there are people who have pledged allegiance to Brazil asylum and they are willing to uphold their Deen and protect the Muslims who go there. Obviously they also don't fight the Jews, and they don't fight the mushrikeen who idolaters because they're not fighting them. Muslim doesn't fight people just like that. We are not ordered to

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fight people, innocent people.

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So that's all so I send them waited till the permission of Allah was given. The only ones left was him.

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Abu Bakr, radi, Allahu

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Doris, the seller, and a few of his daughters

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for the Motherland, and

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they're the only ones left and some of the slaves who couldn't leave.

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They just couldn't leave.

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So then aboubaker the one who kept coming back to the obsolescence era Salalah Do you give me permission because everyone wanted to leave at the Ask the professor, I sent him permission as well gave them all permission except for I never gave him permission. You're a solo law. And he shut up and said, No, no, not yet. Until permission comes until permission comes and open. I was thinking why me play piano. So then he started thinking, for maybe the proposal I send them wants me to go with him.

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Maybe he wants me to go with him. If that's the case, yada, yada, yada.

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And then one day, the permission was given to the province of the light Send them to migrate.

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It was

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in the heart of the day, the middle of the day. Why the middle of the day? Because in Arabia, the middle of the day is the hottest part of the day. And nobody comes out. They used to go to sleep. Because it was so hot. People didn't go to the market. They didn't engage in anything. So did they do sleep

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and it becomes a tsunami of the province of us and I'm that coluna having a sleep I am what's the word for an English?

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a nap. siesta is the proper English word so siesta during the day, swimming as soon as you have a play doula, suddenly you feel very energized. But unfortunately here in Australia, in lots of other countries, we can't do that. That's why we feel so lazy all the time.

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Not making you.

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So the siesta. But this time the process and them came out while everyone is having this siesta. No one's outside in absolute secrecy. It's got to keep it secret.

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The people are courageous. They're after him. So he goes to who to avocado law, knocks on his door and says to him, originally in the UK, it was in your house, tell them to get out.

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No one's allowed to hear.

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No says you're a solo law. It's just my family, my children, my wife.

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So he enters. And in their houses, they were like they were curtains that divided the house. So it wasn't like walls five by four and eight by 12. And all that stuff. They had little curtains that divided. I remember my mother. She says when I was a child, my mother when she was a child back in Lebanon, they lived in mud houses. And so Panama how they live leaving your your grandparents you will not they had occurred and that divided the house. And on one side they kept the cattle cow because that was their livelihood on on the other side, they slipped. And she told me we used to we gave the cattle the better side. And we took the side where Subhanallah rain would come in Why?

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Because the cattle was our livelihood. laner Look how much luxury we have today. So that's how they live precise and entered and his sister workload a lot more on home. It has been given permission to the man's face was lit with with node his smile, he was about to giggle about the screen for quite a

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while as such,

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am I gonna? I'm gonna be afraid I'm gonna go with you on this migration. Instead of

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this was like the best things ever happened to him since the day his mother gave birth. He is going to be a company all this time alive, not give him permission. He wants abubaker delana to be with Mohammed Salah Salah on this migration. And this my brothers and sisters is all a sign that Allah was preparing abubaker cilip to be the next halifa of Muslims. The first 34 of the Muslims. Now either their loved one was there too.

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And he had another mission.

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So the one who goes What does he do?

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He gets to camels, and prepares them really, really well he Fatima's them and feeds them for two whole months according to one of the narrations

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you know, the camel is called the ship of the of the desert. It has these humps if you feed a lot the hump starts to grow bigger Did you know that it stores all the water and nutrients and everything right the fat it makes it prepared so what I'm not prepared to really fat camels there was though a huge is spent everything on them, preparing them for that.

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In the meantime,

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koresh he is about people leaving

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and I think this is our last chance before Mohammed leaves

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so the elites of Makkah got together and Dumbledore

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and among them was an omega n double Sophia and all the links of the of the of Quraysh.

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And I tried to work out something away to finally get rid of Muhammad Sallallahu before he migrates,

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so they said,

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Let's imprison him in the house, not let him get out. Allah says in the Quran,

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Allah vena cava, those who disbelieve the applauding

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and use the folk to keep you imprisoned in your home in those days didn't have prisons and dungeons like what we have today. They don't they didn't have this system among the Arabs. So we want to trap him in his home house arrest.

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And they said no, no, we can't do that.

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The Arabs will say this and say that about us. They said, Okay, well EXILIM Allah says in the Quran, or the otter exile said, No, no, no, we can't exile in exile him we give him power. He goes and close the other Arabs, we'll get some people come back and take us over. No, no, no, we can't. Exactly. So everybody went quiet. And they were all thinking about one thing. But no one did to say it.

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The concept because as I told you, the Arabs have this thing. You kill one of your own members. You have the humiliation by all the other Arabs.

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But no one did to say. So who comes up and says it? The worst of them all a puja?

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He looks at everyone and says come on guys.

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You know,

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He says killing

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just kill the guy.

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And I will said it's good idea.

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But how, you know, if you kill him, I kill him. Or he's gonna say that my tribe killed him.

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So that there's an aeration, I don't know if it's correct. But a man comes in from

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gnashed, for place, nobody knew him is wearing black. And later on, we find out that it was probably a police himself the shirt on. And he comes up to them and says, Now I think of another idea, think of another idea. And then he goes killing. But we will bring one young man from every Arab tribe, 40 tribes, and a law come on to him at his house and kill him at once, so that his blood will be separated among all the tribes. And that way his tribe battle Hashem, they can't attack us. They'll have to ask us for blood money, and we'll just pay them blood money instead. They're not going to fight all 40 tribes. Because you know, if you killed him, then Ben and Hashem have to fight that

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tribe. So 40 tribes that can't beat him, we'll get a young man from each tribe 40 tribes and we'll kill him at once. And that way his blood will be separated among other 40 tribes and that way we'll accept blood money and everybody will settle by by with killed Mohammed.

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So they got the 40 young men and they waited outside the province of Allah silence house. inshallah next week, my brothers and sisters will continue from here because they shot time has arrived. I'll keep you hanging cliffhanger. We'll do cliffhangers every week in the shell. Every day I'm gonna get you

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that gathered. Someone looked inside

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and a woman screamed

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but I'll tell you next week the show

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Yes, I'll have to cliffhanger you

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all right, just a little fade. Next week inshallah Thursday, same time between mother of Indonesia until we finish this series and inshallah tada at Preston mustard.

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Well Sal, Allahu Allah Nabina Muhammad in Nevada and he will Savi edge mountain was said Mr. de como la to LA

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move to the next place.

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Thank you.

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