Bilal Assad – The Seerah of the Prophet Muhammed (Peace and Blessings be Upon Him) – Episode 27

Bilal Assad
AI: Summary © The transcript describes a series of conversations and discussions about various topics, including the Battle of conduct and lessons that can be gathered from Vina's work. The speakers discuss various topics, including the Battle of conduct and lessons that can be gathered from Vina's work, as well as the importance of race relations and alliances among other tribes. The transcript also describes the importance of race relations and alliances among other tribes.
AI: Transcript ©
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Couldn't you can listen as you come in insha Allah God

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim al hamdu Lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah ii wasafi woman Wella brothers and sisters in Islam Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.

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Today insha Allah we're going to talk about the part of the setup part 27 after the Battle of the hood,

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going into the next battle called the Battle of Azeroth, it's also called the Battle of Hunter. The Battle of means observe means the Confederates, the allies, lots of allies that came together for one purpose to destroy Islam and the Muslims.

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It's also called Battle of conduct, which means the Battle of the trench, the Muslims built something to combat that battle, which they had never known before. They didn't know this strategy before the building, or the digging of the trench.

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So let's go through it and shut them off and extract the lessons that matter to us today by the Winklevoss brothers and sisters in Islam.

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Without it goes without saying that after the Battle of boyhood, Allah subhanho wa Taala did praise and comment on what had happened. And in the

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in sort of Enron

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and in other suitors Allah subhanaw taala. He talks about the believers who fought and struggled hard in the Battle of godhood. And the last pantalla praises them in saying they are with Allah.

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He also expose the hypocrites. You see, a hypocrite is a person who conceals

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the faith that they believe in inside and exposes on the outside shows on the outside the opposite of what they believe.

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for Muslims. These were hypocrites that started initiated in Medina.

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For the first time, they concealed in their hearts that they are actually disbelievers. And on the outside, they appeared as if they are Muslims. They prayed with the Muslims. They fasted with the Muslims, they even went to the battles with the Muslims. And these people were causing fitna from within.

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There was no one more of a danger to the Muslims than the fifth thing that hypocrites

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because they were within them, they were in their homes, they were in their families. So they were the most dangerous, especially that they were trusted.

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From the outside the danger, we're from the neighboring Jews.

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We had three tribes, as we mentioned before, Ben

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Bernanke, coryza. And Ben, Ben O'Connell combination two lessons before they were expelled by the province of the Law Center for Treasury, which they did.

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And they broke the treaty that had been between the US and them, Medina and them. And they were asked to leave.

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Command Italy, they went, and that tribe became extinct.

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The only ones left with one another. And by no coincidence, but another started to cause trouble. To the people in the markets, the Muslims in the markets, they started to secretly

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communicate with the godfather of Quraysh, knowing they're the enemies of the professor Solomon, Mohammed, the the Muslims,

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giving them information trying to always help them to come in and destroy the Muslims secretly.

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Even after they had a treaty together a signed agreement when they entered a very fair and merciful treaty in which the Muslims would defend the Jewish neighbors if they were attacked. And it would be considered jihad. Because one of the forms of jihad

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which you won't hear about in the media, of course, and you won't hear haters, obviously, I'm talking about either out of ignorance, or out of pure arrogance or enmity is that if Muslims had a peace treaty

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with another group, a country, a nation, no matter how much disbelief they have,

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then defending them and protecting them in a time of need, and dying in that cause

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is one of

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The highest forms of jihad and the highest forms of martyrdom.

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The Muslims were prepared to protect them and defend them. And they did. They did not cross the line, however, been another, that Jewish Arab tribe, they betrayed them in secret. And it wasn't just for few months, it was from the time they signed the treaty, up to this point, now three years later, and they are secretly conspiring with the enemy against the Muslims of Medina. We're talking about the Muslims in Medina, who were made up of not more than 3000 not even 3000 people, a combination of men, women, and children.

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If they were annihilated, that's it. There is no more Islam or Muslims or whole, this whole city is gone. And extinction of an entire nation you can say.

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So this in today's world is more than treason.

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And they knew that the penalty was death.

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They knew it was universal law. Nothing new Islam didn't bring this. It's nothing new. It's universal law. treachery like this is death.

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However, the process is ending even kill them. He told them, I'll give you this chance go there, this God, these two tribes that will stay there, but no, not at all. But another start to conspire as well and do all that stuff. But the price was quiet, because of two tribes. Why am I saying this? I'm showing you what Islam teaches us in relation to the neighbors in relation to our treaties and agreements in relation to how we treat non Muslims. Because non Muslims today and Muslims today, non Muslims, some of them, a lot of them, actually, probably the majority, especially in Australia are ignorant of Islam. They don't know this stuff. All they hear is from Channel nine, seven and 10 and

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other commercial news media.

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By the way, I advise you to try and get used to learning how to look at Independent News on the internet, because they're not attached to commercialism and money making.

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So when they watch this stuff, it's insightful.

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Good or bad, it's inside. And it's not really accurate. Not the truth. It's fitna.

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So Muslims, also some of them have the wrong idea about how we should treat non Muslims. Any non Muslim who is not at war with you, and not an ally of somebody who is at war with you.

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declared war.

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Then he lived with him and peace.

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As one comedian said, if the Quran commanded the Muslims to kill all non Muslims, you guys that would have killed us with those

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kebabs which they sell us when we come out of the nightclubs and night. With this fanatical sandwiches, they kill a cabana and the killer fanatics.

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So obviously Stan doesn't say, and there is 1.7 billion Muslims man.

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If the Quran had commanded us,

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you can imagine what would happen. So my brothers and sisters in Islam, there is ignorance, arrogance and enmity within and outside. And we need to be aware of what LDN tells us no matter what they think, and then teach people as much as we can and not hide but be proud of our identity. My brothers and sisters in Islam

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in that time between offered and handled, and the Battle of the trenches, a few things happens, which I would like to discuss with you. I'm not going to say everything that only about 10 little tiny battles that happened in between, but they were very significant.

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One of them, I mentioned that last week, involved A Tribe Called banana.

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And in this tribe, banana was supposed to be also with a treaty with the Muslims.

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One of the Chiefs comes to the Prophet some of our salah and wants to learn about Islam. The Prophet peace be upon him, teaches him about Islam. He loves it, he likes it, but not ready to embrace it. But what he says to him is Yoda, salam wa, can you send some of your knowledgeable scholars to teach our people about Islam, I like us.

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And this gives us an idea of some of the non Muslims today or at peace with the Muslims. And you hear them say stuff like this. Look, I really respect this religion, although I don't follow it. I do respect that and I think it should be taught and they talk really greatly about let me give you a piece of advice brothers and sisters. You cannot convert everybody and it's not your duty to convert anybody need the interpreter.

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Although there's nothing as absurd to say we have to convert people, you give Dawa, which means invite, teach. That's all. If you can achieve that these people learn our Deen and know what the deen is really about. And reach a point where at least they have an understanding to a point where they can respect it,

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although disagree with it, but live with you in harmony, then Hamdulillah, you've achieved so much, so much. And that was the sooner the way of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that was the sooner you can see that. This is all he was doing. Except, or live in peace and harmony, no problem.

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And if they convert to Islam, you get the reward and they get the reward. If they don't, then at least someone else may hear it and benefit and they may benefit. And at the end of the day, you don't want to convert because we need more numbers. As I said, we are 1.7 billion Muslims, you don't need numbers.

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And as you can see the first two battles, it wasn't based on numbers that the Muslims, you know, were given victory by law, absolutely not.

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So my brothers and sisters in Islam, the prophet peace be upon him said, for a lot of guys, one person on your hands is better than what the sun has risen upon. For a lot of guy, the person on your hands, you don't guide people a lot into Islam to their heart, you are just a vehicle. And that's all we are. And the Goddess is to Allah at the end of the day, you should be worried about you, yourself and your guidance. That's what really matters. A lot will not ask you how many people did you convert? It's not like a business transaction, you get a commission for each one, no, a lot looks at your efforts, not the quantity, he looks at that quality of anything you do.

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Brothers and sisters in Islam moving on.

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The Prophet peace be upon him shows 14 memorizes of the Quran. And when I say memorize, it doesn't mean that just memorized and not knowing what they say, when you said in those days and memorize of the Quran, it means he or she, even women

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were the most reliable in knowledge, because it was their language. And they understood beyond the surface of the Quran. So when they memorize the Quran, they understood what he was saying. And they could preach and teach people very well and explain it. So we sent 40 of them, trusting what this chief had said, the chief was honest, he went they went to this place called Berlin armor. And unfortunately, there was another guy who was there in his in the Chiefs place. And what he did was he betrayed them. He said, a few soldiers on them and killed them. And only two survived.

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And these two returning, they ran away. One of them this Chief, this this person that captured him. And if it wasn't for his mother telling him, you know that, you know, if you capture someone from that particular tribe, that guy with a cause from particular tribe says then let him go, this is my big quest, he let him go. And this guy survived his memorizer of the Quran, his name was on the lawn. And on his way back.

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He told the prompts that I send them what had happened the process and cried for them day and night and made up for them. And this created an enmity with this new tribe.

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And these these tribes, who were the enemy that killed these memorizes of the court, and they were they had now allied with the courage.

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a companion stood up and he got very angry at this. And he went with a couple of other guys.

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And they saw two of bento hammers men.

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And what they did was they came to them

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not knowing that these two men had a treaty with the process and process them said they were at peace. They didn't know that

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something happened between them and they killed them

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as a revenge.

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When the news got to the officer, I said that he knew that they had killed these before by mistake, but not knowing that a peace treaty with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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And so the Muslims had to pay what you call a blood of money.

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No, no, you're not very concerned about the details of what I'm saying and the names and everything.

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But the lesson from it is

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that tribe killed nearly 40 of the Muslims memorizes when they had given them their word of peace from their chi gong to teach them the deed, they betrayed them and kill them.

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In response, a couple of the Muslims killed two of them in but two of their men had a peace treaty with the prophesies of the head. His Word not to die not to be killed. They killed him, too. They did wrong. Yet, the province of ally was Selim commanded. He sent a letter to Bernardo they just just killed 3038 of the memorises

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For no reason, except hatred, and said to them to about companions have killed two of yours by mistake not knowing that a peace treaty. So it is incumbent upon us, if you accept the blood money for them, that was the custom of the tribes and Islam agree to that. And this shows you brothers and sisters, a Muslim does not do the same oppression as the enemy. If the enemy oppresses, we do not oppress

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there are we have some tribes out in the world somewhere where they have a law, that if one tribe rapes a woman from the other tribe, their law is that one member of their tribe has to * a woman from that tribe.

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This is absurd in Islam.

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Yes, an eye for an eye, but not like that, not oppression. With oppression. two wrongs do not make a right and it has to be right. Somebody

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attacks your mother, or your sister, or your brother, or your father or your friend.

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Islam forbids you from going and doing the same to attack their mother, their sister, their friend, their father, their brother, their friend, you can't do that. They didn't do anything.

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The person who

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is the oppressor is the one that has to pay the price, not other people. So Muslims don't oppress. And another thing the prophet SAW Selim said and manana and the shadow to him, believers must stick to their

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agreements, their conditions, unless one of the partners the other party breaks the condition, then the condition is off, you can make a new agreement. But it's as long as the agreement is that the Muslims have to stick to that agreement.

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And the promise of the law they were settled and did not meet oppression with oppression. And he always stuck to his agreements.

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Now they accepted the blood money for those two minutes. And this is where it gets interesting. I'm going to go back to the Jews been another the Prophet peace be upon him needed the help of the Jews financially.

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And he went to get the help because that was in the initial contract the agreement between them right from the beginning, you have to help us in any way we help you. work involves our community. And our Jews are a great tool. They signed to it everything.

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When the proxy law said that went to the Jews button, and they said to them, we need you to help us with the blood money help us a little bit. I said yes, that's our contract. That's the agreement.

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So they said wait here, he had to sahabas waited on a wall near a house. They went inside.

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And they made a secret pact secret

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thing they said, we'll come on top of the house on the roof of that house, and we'll throw a boulder a big rock onto Mohammed and kill him this is our only chance.

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So they were conspiring and secret.

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How did the Proxima Selim know this? He knew this because gibreel

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told him

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and this is actually mentioned in the Qur'an in pseudocode hash and later on it was revealed and we still recite it till today. So the Prophet peace be upon him knew about this he told his companions get up let's go they got up and went Why are Solo is telling them we get legal cases that will conspire to kill the messenger and to kill us these people enough treachery from them.

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Enough trickery from them. So the prophet SAW said and went and gathered

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soldiers from the believers

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and is surrounded by my mother

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and I said to them

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you know, he's surrounded and made a siege for about three days

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a lot of people said all the hypocrite he comes along hypocrite remember who said what hypocrite is saying that you are a believer on the outside on the inside you're actually not a spy. He comes up and says yeah, so the law jasola law says yada so on everything right? These people that were friends with us and we've done lots of business together and we go back a long way please, for my sake for my sake.

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Leave them and let them you know don't don't kill them don't don't do anything like that.

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And for Abdullah of November, so for the hypocrite the prophet SAW Selim said ora, for you thinking is a Muslim thinking isn't a Muslim, right? Because I will give them that protection, but they have to leave the state here and

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they're going to cause death towards assassinate and trying to assassinate the province.

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So they came up and said,

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We will leave.

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But let us take our belongings and stuff. So the promise the law, send them said to them, Take as much as your candles can carry. And everything else that's left, you leave it behind for the Muslims.

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So when you told them to carry as much as you can,

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they carried every food, every little wealth that they can onto their camels, overloading them, even their houses, they started taking the doors off.

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They started taking the doors off, if they had, when does it take you into the start putting the doors on top of their cows trying to take whatever they can.

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And they left with arrogance even with arrogance.

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As they were leaving.

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They said a few bad words, because you've given them the promise that you can leave. And they went to another city called a bar.

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It's a place between Medina

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and Mecca and high bar

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is not until today, where the Jews settled and built a fortress.

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And they built their army again, the these Jews.

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This created a platform and a place for those Jews to work with koresh and the mechanist. Since now the treaty is off between them in the process and then your enemies. But secretly, they still conspired and started to go around all the Arab tribes, inciting them, inciting them to cause them to go and kill the Muslims and once and for all. So these Jews became the biggest fitna makers to bring all as many Arab tribes as they can and against the prophet SAW Selim ended leading to kill them and annihilate them once.

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are scholars tell us at a coup for milawa

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coup for the disbelievers who obviously the evil disbelievers. There are disbelievers who don't want war with the Muslims. But those who do they all conspired together and they are one nation, you got the Jews, and now you've got the chorus people either worshipers and the Jews know that the Irish it was on the wrong they know that. But they'll all unite together against the Muslims.

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And this is still till today Rasulullah sallallahu told us that the Allah will not come, the hour will not come the world will not end until he flags 80 nations will gather against you

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at different countries at different flags at different nations, all different religions.

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And they will gather against you meaning the Muslim Ummah by itself.

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And they said you're a tsunami

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in humanity, oh, you're small amount of time and he said level can you? No, no, no, you are so many in number. You will not be defeated because of the lack of number.

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But you will be as insignificant in their eyes.

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And as bubbles that appear

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on top of a flying River.

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I don't know if you've ever seen it. You can see it in Australia, some places you can drive where there are hills and his bridges and his rivers. In the winter. You can see the river flying and it firms up like like soap on top. I don't know if you've ever seen that before. Firm building on flying River. It happens in winter.

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It's just full of air. But there's a lot of it comes the entire event you think there's no river there.

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When you touch it, it goes right through not just bubbles

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filled with a

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Why? He said you don't often follow

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your heart will be filled with fear.

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constant fear,

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constant anxiety,

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constant worry of the future. There's no more reliance on almost pantalla very little.

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They say why are they so well? What is what what is this? He said the result of being too clingy and attached to the materialism to the world in the dunya

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and hating to meet a lot. You're so afraid of losing your dunya and what you've gathered. Nothing wrong with the Muslim gathering and having wealth. But the point is when it enters your heart and it consumes your life.

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And this is the state that we have today. Whether it's leaders of countries, our leaders, whether it's the people

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with us among each other. We find out

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large number of Muslims these days, unfortunately, the dunya has crept into our hearts a lot. Remember what I said nothing wrong with having wealth, but letting it creep into your heart and consume you where a person would even abandon his own brother or sister or family for the sake of wealth,

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The reputation and livelihood of another Muslim is sacred well, that the lie and cheat,

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we do that some of us

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and some of us don't have to do that.

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to us.

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That's the important thing my brothers and sisters.

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So he said, the world enters your heart, and you develop fear, you want to live and clean.

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And you don't want to you fear the future, the shaitaan comes to you, as almost as a shape on the

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The shaitan is always putting into your head, a false fear that you're going to get poor in the future.

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Where, and then after he puts that fear, that false fear I'm going to get for in the future, if I don't do this, or undo that, then I shut down after putting that fear. He puts ideas into your head with wrong things to do, and indecent things to do. So for example, you go after her on earning of wealth, you get into her own relationships.

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Any avenue that will give me more money. Why? Because the shadow made me afraid that in 10 years time, I'll be poor. So I better get

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independence, it's just false fear.

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And you're going to get what Allah has written for you. And if you haven't written it for you, you'll never get it brother and sisters. So be patient, especially in families, husband and wife, be patient with each other, and commit in highs and lows,

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tough times and comfortable times. At the end of the day, brother sisters, we all go through trials, and we're gonna leave it all behind. So be patient with one another. Can we think of the high schools the high value?

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Moroccan sisters in Islam, that's what happened.

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So these Jews are a problem, they try to send assessment approximate I send them

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they conspired and incited with the non Muslims to go and kill the professor Selim and his people. And as I mentioned, this whole thing in sort of compassion have been our best selves sort of Russia is sometimes is to call it sort of another. The surah that talks about that incident is abundant.

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And this is not to say that Jews are all like that. I'm not telling you that today, you should look at all Jews, like

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we're talking about that concept of treachery and betrayal. Whether it be Jews, Christians, or even Muslims, or anybody, atheists, whatever it may be that worthy of treachery. It doesn't matter who it is. It happens to be the Jews. And they happen to prove themselves historically, as being a people who betrayed contracts and agreements.

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Historic historical.

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another thing that happened

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was that the Prophet sallallaahu, Selim got married. He got married to a woman by the name of Omar Habiba.

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One of the mothers of the believers, we call the seventh wives, mothers of the believers, you know why? Anyone know what I call them? On the Hatton mini?

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Does anyone know why we call them mothers of the believers?

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Because no one can marry their mother correct? No one can marry their mother. Correct. So one thing is that whatever the province of Southern America, nobody can marry them after him.

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Number two, mothers of the believers, we have the utmost respect to them and like a mother a lot on a day. And they're not just they were chosen like this special and not just a lot chose dependent. And when you read about their lives, they're not really special, instead of special wealth or beauty or anything like that.

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The the Law Center married these women for a few reasons. Number one, to teach us as a role model.

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That marriage does not need to be based on just superficial things such as just beauty or just very young age, or just the single

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sisters and so on, or that she has to be of a particular status, or a particular family or a particular wealth.

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It's not to say that compatibility is important, you have to be compatible. Sometimes level of education is important. Sometimes culture is important, you have to share the same goals, but sometimes it can cause problems if there's lots of conflict.

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But the common say that the core

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reason to marry someone is based on superficial factors

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is wrong. The professor said that only married Irish or the low Anna,

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a virgin. The rest of them

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will all eager divorcees for widows.

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And some of them have been married several times before. And they've been widowed several times. The first of them. She was widowed twice, some of them had children.

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And when we say children and their fathers weren't around, they were either dead, killed in battle.

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Or gone left. They went around selling healthcare. Another reason is that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam married from these women, you'll find that all of the sevens wives weren't from one tribe. They were from different tribes, different nationalities, if you like. Why? Because the prophet SAW Selim is a messenger to all of mankind, there are things that he needs to teach us that he can't say, and he can't reach women with it. And he cannot reach other tribes. So when he married those women from the different tribes, it was the custom, that if you marry from a tribe,

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that whole tribe becomes your ally, you are part of the family. And these weren't Muslim tribes, who weren't. Another thing is that he connected his message with that tribe. So that woman who married him, she was able to go back to try and teach them firsthand from how she saw the process of living as a man in the house and around her, even in matters, which the process is embarrassed to talk about. marriage between husband and wife, even in secret, the twin the secret intimacy, but in a respectful manner. And this woman would go back to the other women and teach them go back to the tribe and teach them. Okay, especially the women. They were his main communication with the women.

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Women have a lot of questions. Even today, women ask so many questions. I have to say a lot of women that are from my experience asked a lot about dreams.

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And dreams, I saw a dream and this happened.

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Okay, that's, that's okay. But what I'm saying is that women have a lot of questions and he has to communicate find a way, one of the ways to marry from this is not to say that he didn't love his wives. But can I just make a make a little statement here? Brothers and Sisters look, love is a mystery, okay? And we learn love from Hollywood. Love rises and falls. If you're going to base your relationships just on emotions, you're going to hit a brick wall, you're going to fail it because emotions fluctuate, man.

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You know how many couples we've seen, they get married, they love each other, apparently, two years, five years down the track. 10 years, 20 years down the track, whatever it is. They divorced, and some of them are great enemies. Where did the love code? Where did the love Love is supposed to be an eternal partner. But I think it's because we grew up on Disneyland.

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You know, Disneyland, and Goldilocks. Sorry, the other stuff that gets siphoned

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out of all these princesses and stuff and love stories, so my brothers, sisters, and other metrics so the prophet SAW seller, he built his love. You build your love through the relationship through the commitment through the values that you hold together, and it just increases over time. My brothers and sisters in Islam

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love these words and treated them with utmost respect. But it also married many because his message has to reach them. Oh Habiba was married before the progressive asylum and Guess whose daughter she's, she is the daughter of Abu Sophia. Sophia is the chief, one of the chiefs of Mecca. And he's the one that was the leader in battle of bushwood. Remember, he was the leader who fought against the law sounds now married his daughter

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is married his daughter

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and it's not marrying her to shove it in his face No, nothing like that. He's marrying her in the hope that he can create peace and connection with her father, NDP pro Susana Sadler is a peacemaking person, not a woman person. But if he has to fight his ally, so a lot of us in it, he used to say that the commando department Do not ever wish to meet the enemy. See some of our older brothers younger brothers full of testosterone and energy that I think of here too much. Here. I can't wait to meet him one last one. I'm going to clobber him into passion and to do no no no. No

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against what the prophet SAW Selim said, do not wish to meet the enemy not. But but but if the enemy presents himself in front of you, and stand firm like Alliance it be courageous, but don't we have still got a way to create points

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unless you have to my brothers and sisters in America mahabhava as a role model to say, look, even if there's some kind of anonymity and treachery, Allah does put love in the heart. And this is a woman who I look at her independently. She is one thing her father's another, okay, it doesn't matter like a wicked mahabis husband had died. And she was still in Ethiopia. At that time. Medina, she was an atheist, you love this little story here. And remember, in Ethiopia, who the king was, he was an Apache negus, I forgot his name.

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And he was the king of Yemen, of Ethiopia,

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where the Muslims went to seek refuge, remember,

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and he had become a Muslim in secret.

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What he did was, he heard the proxy law seven sent

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that guy among the members of the church I mentioned before, on his behalf, because Can you go and ask for her hand for me, you represent me

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on his behalf, which means that a man can send someone to ask,

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he sent him there. And

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he asked the naked negus the king to facilitate this for you. And he did. And what happens, having a chose who a cousin to be her wanting her representative. And they both spoke, and it came to an agreement of marriage.

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Just before the marriage happened, there was a companion by the name of honorable house

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is a very famous, well known companion animal called Ask for the law and was still a Catholic, he goes to the negative and he goes, this is an opportunity for me to grab these two companions that they have chosen, I want to take them back to flourish. So it comes up to the magician and says to him, these two escaped us a long time ago, because we're friends, send them back with me, we want to take him as prisoners. And he was sent up gifts that I brought from koresh.

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He was the he was the representative spokesperson for marketing. And he, he got angry at me. So

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yes, we've known each other for a very long time. But how can I give you two messages from the Messenger of God? Like he's the messenger, how can I add the other two and epcam as messages? It was another calcul messages. You want me to give you messages. But what was what what shocked me the most was that he said,

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he said it by accident, because he truly believed. He said, How can I give hand over to you two messages that were sent from a messenger of a law? messenger of Allah.

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shock is a messenger of law.

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Yes, he is the man who received and then Who's he received, as you realize, and the Christians believed in that in that moves, those who recited the scriptures now must be

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Christians today now call them the Holy Spirit never turned to me, the Holy Spirit that turned them into this Holy Spirit for different meanings, but we believe the spirits which are Lawson is realized.

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And as Ashley said, he received and that was received the Archangel Gabriel, which can who can get upon Jesus Christ, and we've came down upon Moses, upon Moses, and under the house, he was intrigued by us. So he found that an associate become Muslim, and he wanted to listen. And he gave Dawa, to us. And it was through an agenda that embraced Islam,

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converted to Islam, through some kind of hook from a guy who is hundreds of kilometers and 1000s of kilometers. Yeah, a few 1000 kilometers away, on the hand of a man who was a Christian who was supposed to be a Christian, Kenyan, a Christian man, and it was through him that he got down somehow law You see, when the dial reaches almost totally

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deserves it, you might get it out to this person and the other person is getting infected.

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So my brothers and sisters in Islam, has asked the Kenyan Muslim and embrace this plan. And he became the marriage celebrant of

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the proxy

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through their delegated representatives, and so he became America and the gesture did away he made it a wedding for them in his country and sent off an ESCO to the privacy law center and she became the mother of the latest on mahabhava.

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Another woman across America named masina been to judge I know

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Whenever I say this can be fun, because the word judgment is donkey, but in those days, it is very, very normal. Like an hour today they say I said, which means line and not really insulting. But if of course someone had a bit it's insulting in living. But you in those days they used to news these days very normal. Okay? very normal was always say a woman isn't as a as a deer. And it's like saying she's beautiful, but we don't look at it as insulting, right? So I want you to take it back. So I've got 1500 years, that was the way that they the language was. So if you have a language that is agreed upon as being a respectful way of addressing things as a new user, but as time goes on, if

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the language changes, or the people become accustomed to a meaning something bad, you don't use it anymore. You don't use it anymore. Like some people they said, it's just the F word. But the input has a very insulting meaning. You can't do that. And Muslim sticks to what people understand or sometimes they swear in a different language, not my language around swearing in church, but in a Finnish people and in the council or should they get offended, he cannot impose your feelings and your, your opinions on other people. You got to respect people's opinions and feelings, okay.

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And we see the result of wars. And fighting is a result of that. So is no good to judge. She was married to Zane Haifa.

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This is a controversial story. They live in Ohio. That was the

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formally adopted son of

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a doctor earlier before his death, and then Allah forbid, that we call children who are not our children to say they are children like this, to really identify that as our blood. You're not allowed to do that. You have to call each child by their true bloodline. Even when you get married, it's still a bad custom that some brothers and sisters and even Muslims, they think that when you get married to a sister, she's got to take on your surname. No Wrong. This is contradictory to the Sunnah. In fact, some scholars not saying all of them, some of them believe that it's actually wrong to do that. And others they say it's McRoberts. disliked, but some of them they said look if she has

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to because of the situation that you're in, like in Australia, you know, your ID is now all based on that. And it's really hard to change the name at least a mass in the community identify her as the daughter of someone so with a surname of saucer because I lost it in the room back in Episode Two and the law, call them by their father's lineage that is most just and fit to a law.

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You don't own her brothers. On what basis on what right. Do you have the right but she has the right

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to take off her own identity and her own lineage Allah gave her and make your identity hers. Yours, your surname who is on what on what? What rule and this is a Christian religion.

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Law, because Christians made up this belief over time that if you get married is forbidden to divorce. And if you divorce, it's adultery to get remarried. That's the like the core belief of Christians and follow up properly. We don't have this. We don't have celibacy. And we don't have when you marry a woman and she has to now identify as you but she dies. If she dies, and you're still living.

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Sorry, you die and she's living. She continued to carry you on that. You're gonna say no. But if she marries another man, she's still got her you want to change it. So she earned like as if she's earned but other minute.

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divorced, she's still stuck with Cerner

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not fair, Samaritan sisters. Also adoption. A Muslim is allowed to sponsor a child look after a child can live in your house and look after them. It's an enormous rewards, but to call them your own child and deny them the lineage to the actual parents, no matter how bad they are, it doesn't matter whether they abandon them or not around or they're dead, it must identify by their parents, always the child has to have an identity. so unfair. So cruel to strip them of that a child is someone's child. That's your identity. That's where you are. And your name. Okay, brothers and sisters. So say that we're hardy that was adopted like that. And then I lost my dad, I said no

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column by those names.

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And what happened is that process and continued to adopt continue to look after site. And it gave him the option to go with his father or to stay with him when his father came looking for him. And they chose the province, Alaska who was about 15 or 16 years old when he chosen and Robert continued to look after say, Now they've got America, this woman sign up into Josh and I stayed for years in his marriage and at what didn't work out. They kept going through fights, they kept going through disagreements and it was just chaos between him and the proxy law. Someone's always trying to mediate between them and make them you know, stay together and all that and who's to say that I'm

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stick it because

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hold on to your wife and fear of loss mentality.

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But both of them were great people, then a bit to judge became the wife of the proxy law set up later on one of the women of Paradise and say that nahata is one of those promised paradise. In one Heidi the 10. Promised paradise. They're both great people.

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Even though they got divorced, but we don't sit there saying, oh, because they got a poster must be bad people say spot or it's a sign of stall. If it was then his fault, Ross was our son and wouldn't marry a corrupt woman. It was at the salon wouldn't say that he is one of the people of paradise.

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Right? oppression, abuse and all messed up. No, no. So they're both good people. But so Pamela, they just put it

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you know, what can you do? They took a leap of faith didn't work out. So our last panel data is the one

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who told them to divorce. And the proxy law system didn't want to reveal that averse to them straightaway. He was embarrassed. He was thinking, what are the people going to say about it? They're going to say that he married his own

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son because somebody still thought he was his real son. After he died, people thought it was a real sign that he married his own son's wife. That's terrible. parents would go nuts on there.

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But I wanted to show that there is no such thing as as someone else's child becoming yours. And one of the ways is that when he was married to this woman, he divorced, they got divorced, a lot, commanded the process to America. later on. It was a very tough test, and to show us that abandoning his adoption thing is not allowed in Islam.

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Today we live in a different society. No one thinks this way but it made a big deal. And so the walls have been been putting in place to practice the process I said and then later on revealed the verse and he married her because I was told that in the Quran, Allah says as a matanza virginica when say,

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you know, ended his relationship with Xena other words with his wife, we married her to you a messenger o clock, so that there is no misc confusion among people who may call children or there's their own. And this is evidence of that. At the same time, brothers and sisters, it's very hard to digest I know. But let's say you have a friend or you have a brother or someone you were married to someone and he ended up divorced and then your brother and Islam are your own blood brothers, someone else married Earth. It's completely mad. And it is a test on the heart, especially if you've been together for such a long time that your own friend Mary's have done with the show. Don't play

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with your mind. Accusations is haram in Islam and requires 80 lashes for anyone who accuses someone else of indecency or adultery or anything like is this what the shutdown says to you. And they're still your brothers in Islam from San Jose to remain like that. So how was used to divorce the marriage others, ex wives or widowed was and they stayed brothers in Islam. They kept fighting defending each other's blood. And this is the test of faith really, this is a very strong test of faith. Brothers and sisters in Islam, Suzanna became the water processor and another mother of the police. Now at this point, about three years into his his route. processor has four wives.

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But the process ends alone allowed to have more.

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Okay, more wives. All right, nine at the same time living in his life, he had 13 wives all together. And again, we explained why before only for the process, and he was allowed. Nobody can dare to say that he loved to you know, women and all.

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He did say I love from your dunya from your world perfume, good smell and fragrance. And I love women. But he didn't say I love women in her own way in an indecent way. I love women in marrying them and looking after them and share it with them my life. Because if he was a woman hungry person, I wouldn't be. You wouldn't see the process of ourselves treating his wives with utmost respect. His dinner would have been had, it would have been this temporary marriage stuff who would have married in secret and kept it and married and divorced, married or divorced where he didn't divorce a single wife except one on one wife. And it's hardly ever mentioned this woman, he did this after the

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contract. And on that night he had the sooner putting his hand on the head of the wife's head this is a sooner before you

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become intimate in your first night of marriage. Put your hand man puts his hand on his wife's head and he recites some, some to her and you know to them and they pray to rock as process and and claim to do that before touching her. She said to him I seek refuge in Allah from you.

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And he put his hand away without touching he says Why did you say that? And she said well, the other women you otherwise they told me that if I say that to you are attracting more than you. You know. So I've tried to get

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the process and I'm sitting there that's not true.

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You have sought refuge in a law, I cannot cross that boundary on the Messenger of Allah. I cannot touch you anymore, you know, and you are no longer lawful for me is not just any man I said, I will be letting I swear, I seek refuge in God from you don't touch me. And she intends to play this trick thing. And obviously these other women, they told her that out of jealousy, they're still human beings. I know, this did happen. And as I told you, as we learn from this era, Allah is teaching us things from the mistakes. When the wives the promises are made a mistake was once, once many times, so don't make a big thing. They made the mistake once. And he said he doesn't want to gullible wife

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and he's a messenger, why he hasn't got time to have a wife, who was gullible and can be taken and driven this way without destroying the message. That's also awesome. Can't have them. So she ended up being divorced. And that was the only time the rest of them was was on him stayed with him and treated them well. with utmost respect and dignity. And they loved him and he loved them and all of them Muslims call them the mothers of the believers.

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So my brothers and sisters, we haven't even gotten up to the Battle of harder to talk about, but I'll just introduce it then for next week.

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Remember when I told you that the Jews went to hype? Yeah. And there were another group of Jews left? Who can guess who they are that will lift now at Medina, what do they call banner?

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banner coryza. Banner chorus. Okay, so it's worthy for us to know that name because even historians today talk about a lot of their opinion, Orientals. People want to show us that it's wrong, and they're enemies of Islam. But we jump onto that. So we need to learn those names know who they're talking about. Because some big thing happened. So been a mother went, they went to bonacasa. They stayed there, right? And been another star to decide the arrows. They went to the pradesh people started to say to them, Listen, why don't you go and make a siege on Mohammed and Medina and kill them once and for all, and we will help you will give you information will will get you more spy

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will help you will even work with other people will follow you will even work with their neighbors bonacasa polarizing topic, I'm trying to convince them to break the training of Muhammad as well. Man, you guys if you can get to enough people,

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about 3000 people anyway.

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And so they looked at them. And I said, I want you to tell us one thing. We've been worshipping models for life, right. And we thought God was with us. And now we've lost Battle of butter. And we also lost if it wasn't for the Muslim making mistake was good. But we want to revenge. But like God's not helping us. You people are People of the Scripture. They said to the Jews, you know, you believe in Moses, and you have a scripture, you've got some truth in your religion, which is true that you have some truth that people have the book, we call it.

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Law School, give them some respect that that that people have the book they're meant to hold on to. And I say to people who book

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our way in Iraq, or is he in Iraq is averaging better? Or is his religion better? That was silly, asking the Jews to give them the proper advice, like from a religious perspective, what the scripture said, and they lied to them, they laid out for him. He said to them, your religion is better. idolatry is better than Israel and Israel's just corrupt. The only reason they said that was because he wasn't from the children of Israel, because it was from the Arabs. And they don't care about that they believe no, we have to be from our bloodline will not accept anyone else. So it's more of a will racism is a racial thing.

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And so Qureshi got

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encouraged, and he went to all the other tribes to start creating allegiance and alliances, until they gathered 1444, zero different tribes, like 40 different countries.

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And there were 10,000 soldiers. Now you might be thinking $10,000 law

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in those days in ratio in comparison, that's like saying, that's like saying,

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in today's time,

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the Muslims are 1.7 billion.

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The rest of the world gathered against 1.7 billion, that's a big amount. To the Muslims. They're only about 3000 4000 Medina, 10,000 equipped soldiers. And among the Medina people, there are women and children. So it's even less than that for warriors. 10,000 is like that's it, if they entered, they're all gone. They're all gonna go on within like an hour to

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be was unprecedented. In fact, Arabs have never ever, ever, ever, ever been in a war better with over 10,000 soldiers. So put yourself in a position. It's like saying today, there are suddenly

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1 billion soldiers coming in against one Muslim country.

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That's horrific. Then 10,060 1 billion again against one country

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gathered against them and marched towards Medina the proposal are seldom heard about it. He knew, what am I supposed to do? What are they gonna do? What are they gonna do? They're gonna be annihilated.

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So the Muslims got together. The first preprocessor them did was he went to Belgium coryza the Jews to make sure that they are still going to stick to their cross. He said, Listen, this is what's gonna happen. We have a treaty, we have a contract, and we got your word. Is there a promise? You know, if treachery happens? You know what it means? It means death. They said, Yes, we know.

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We're not going to break the promise that Okay, you guys have your tribe that the golfer can enter for courage can enter from here, you're going to protect that planet. They said we'll protect the one that anyone coming from here. The rest of Medina will mountains volcanic mountains, they can't climb over the volcanic mountains. And it was one big opening, which was Northwest and the band operation will be fine. So when you're protected from the back the juice, if they were to let anyone in, it's gone. So what was Muslim is going to do about the opening that's in front of them.

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And I'll finish it with this greatness and to learn here in our modern times.

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One minute,

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said manufacturing who came from Persia, it was a Persian man who learned the art of war from the Persians. He comes in, he says yes all along. We used to use a war tactic a strategy. We used to dig a trench being deep trench in front of our land. And when the enemy comes along on the horses and stuff, they can't cross this stuff on the other side, and we put soldiers with arrows

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build the trench in the process and didn't say Oh, it's from the Godfather idea. It's their technology says we welcome this technology.

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So the Muslims taking technology from non Muslims

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is advisable in Islam. My brothers and sisters inshallah next week we will continue lifta Adana Fedora next week in sha Allah, we will talk about the Battle of conduct and the lessons that we can gather from I thank you for listening to Vina Mohammed, Sophia Jermaine was said mid

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