Ebrahim Bham – Amawaas #7

Ebrahim Bham
AI: Summary © The conversation covers the historical significance of the plague pandemic and its impact on the way we think about tobacco. The speakers emphasize the need to be mindful of the historical significance of the pandemic and its impact on the way we think about tobacco. They also discuss the importance of learning from past lessons and principles to guide actions and avoiding deadly drugs. The conversation touches on the historical significance of the pandemic and its impact on the way we think about tobacco, including the use of deadly drugs in medical treatment of COVID-19.
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Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah

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wa Salatu was Salam O Allah Mallanna via Baba Baba, for all the villas Muna shaytani r rajim Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem

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respected viewers and listeners We begin by placing Almighty Allah subhanho wa Taala sending salutations upon our beloved navia Kareem sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Alhamdulillah we have done the series on the lessons from the first plague in Islamic history in Hamas, and today is the last program in the series. And of course, we have learned much and I have learned and I hope inshallah, those who have listened have also been able to inculcate the lessons that came with the first plague. And as we had made mentioned, it created and it many deaths that occurred, history records that up to 20 to 25,000 people. And Muslims died in the plague, many of them prominent companions of

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our beloved nivia Kareem sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I might just relate that I was reading and one of the aspects game that even there there was hoarding, and there was increase in prices that was adopted by certain business, and O'Meara, the allowed runway to enforce and had to announce a proclamation that poor people should stop hoarding. And they should stop inflating prices. We are seeing this happening also in our current epidemic, then this situation because of the amount of the loss of life

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LBA, our nahi hai amazed mentioned Hata tamale, I do, what the Howard allowable, muslimeen alcoholic, that the enemies of Islam, they started making plans with regard to the Muslims because Muslims had become established. And they had just defeated the power of the Roman Empire. And Muslims, that the enemies of Islam, they started making plans and the Muslims started feeling apprehensive. Therefore humara de la Toronto after this plague, when the matters had settled down, he made a journey towards Syria, to distribute the state of the Muslims we have passed on and to correct the administrative issues and to reassure people with regard to the administrative strength

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he made hasn't been allowed and who, the leader of Damascus and he gave him great amount of responsibility. So what we do and it was also in this particular journey, when he went after the plague, that when he was in Jerusalem, you know, as a beloved theologian was in Jerusalem, another place in Sham that has a beloved the allow time was there and the Sahaba had gathered that already allowed and asked as a beloved he allowed tribu to give the Assad and then when has it belonged does he allow Toronto gave that as an that you have in Illa Baka Hata Bella yetta, that when he gave us on, many Senior Companions started crying until they beards became wet with a tears. And the end

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what is made mentioned in the books of history are over a shadow humbucker. And overview loud Ron was amongst those who cried the most, because he remembered and the memories of our beloved nivia Kareem so loud, SLM, came flooding back. In conclusion, many lessons that we'll learn, in fact, the lessons and the principles that have been learned from the plague of Amaz. those principles have hold the Muslims in good stead throughout history with regard to epidemics and plagues with regard to you know, the aspect of not not fleeing and not not fleeing from a place not entering a place where there is a plague or an epidemic, the aspect of what is the true meaning of tobacco, while

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relying upon Almighty Allah subhanho wa Taala take the necessary means, has enabled us to be ultra noted for the Sahaba and how

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he wrote to the Muslims who are there that take towards the higher ground go towards the mountaintops, so that you can be saved from the epidemic. We learn with regard to that. We also learn that those people who have been infected or affected in fact even today, those who have been infected or affected by the virus or the epidemic, what a great lesson we can learn the way of Navy aquariums and allow your seller when he was asked about epidemics he had made mentioned, and this could give consolation to those people who here who are in these situations.

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May Allah Allah protect those who are not, you know, via Crimson Lotus, Hadith fudger Allah Allahu Allahu Allah wa rahmatullah mean that Allah has made this place plagues and epidemics, a means of mud and mercy for the believers for a seminar, Dania Coto de Lune. No person who gets into a plague epidemic famco Sophie bollati he sabirah and he remains in his home. What patience. Yeah, Alamo and Nola. You see Bahu illa makuta Bella hula hoop, knowing that nothing will come upon here except what Allah subhanho wa Taala has decreed in Canada who edge row mithila Tricia Hayden except he will get the reward of a set Shaheed those who have been infected by it. You know, we have to take

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consolation from this hadith of our beloved Nivea cream sauce. When he went to go and visit someone, and when he went to go and visit someone, he told the person who was ill to be occurring SOS limb said for a number of Muslim youth he will la will be here Hata Yahoo, that when a person becomes six, Allah subhanho wa Taala removes from him his sins. Kamata, habanero hub fell Hazara is a happy will fit the way fire removes the impurity of gold and silver, that when a Muslim becomes ill, then Allah subhanho wa Taala removes from him and now removes from him his sins, the way Allah subhanho wa Taala you know removes, and the way fire removes the impurity of gold and silver. When gold and

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silver is put in the fire, impurities become taken away with regard to it. In a similar manner. sickness and illness takes away the Guna and the sins of people. And lastly, we would make mention that of course, this is challenging times. But in challenging times, the people, the challenging times will come and go, but the people who are steadfast, they will remain and they said great reward comes with great trials. This is a word of ahaadeeth intermeeting. great rewards come with great trials. And therefore the VA Crimson Islam said whoever remains steadfast in trials, believing that this comes from Almighty Allah subhanho wa Taala he attains the pleasure of Almighty Allah

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subhanho wa Taala. These are challenging times we don't know why Allah subhanho wa Taala brings about challenging times upon people, especially the believers, it could be an aspect of affliction could be an aspect of reflection could be an aspect of purification, could be an aspect of elevation could be an aspect with regard to direction, Allah subhanaw taala can bring challenges because of any one of these reasons affliction for reflection, purification, elevation, directing us, therefore during these challenging times, let us take the lessons that we have learned from the first plague in Islamic history and we inculcate that in our lives. May Allah subhanho wa Taala grant Saba to all

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those who have been infected, infected, afflicted, and May Allah subhanho wa Taala make us take the lessons from the first plague in Islamic history while through the one at Emory law.

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