Aisha (RA) – Mother of the Believers #2

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She was

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peace be upon him. We love him.

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Our amazing father was

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known as the true

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it's Mila. hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. dear sisters Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. And welcome to the second session of our weekly class on the life and scholarship of Arusha on the low Anna. And just let me know before we dive in how you found the last class?

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Did some of you watch the video because unhandled low, we managed to put the video up on the old man, our YouTube channel? So did Did any of you manage to watch the video there? Or perhaps most of you would have attended last week? So just let me know, how did you find the first class?

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Well, those of you who missed it, you can always catch up by going to the unmanned our YouTube channel

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eliminar center Cardiff. And I think I've got it on my channel as well. So please, do catch up. Because it's always good. You know, it's like when you're starting, when you're reading a book, some people, they skip the intro, and they just dive in. But I always think that, you know, when an author has put the effort into writing an intro,

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there's always something in there that it's going to help you frame the book, you know, so when you when you read the book, there's something that you'll gain from that intro, which is why the author wanted to put it there. Similarly, when you start a class, I think the first session is was really important because it kind of sets the scene, right. And it kind of gets you in the right mindset. So

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some things I want to mention to you are that yes, the recordings are going to be available in sha Allah, we try to put them up every week,

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we're going to try our best to do that. And the other thing is that, although initially we had started having these sessions,

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registration only, so only registered people could attend Alhamdulillah eliminar center have decided to open it up. And so the week the link every week will be shareable. You can share it with whoever you want. And it will be on a first come first serve basis. So we've got I think, a capacity of 1000 maximum.

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And so, you know, please do share the link with your friends, your family,

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with your with younger people, especially, you know, sisters, we want people of all ages, attending, especially, you know, those who are interested in the life of Asia or the olana then you never know what you're going to gain from hearing and listening and learning about the life of somebody is as great as her.

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Alhamdulillah last week, we introduced the topic, we also went through about 12 Actually, it was 12 unique characteristics of eyeshadow delana. We talked about why it's so important for us as women to to know about Ayesha to know about the great women of our past, you know.

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So, today, I want to first of all start off by also highlighting an aspect of, or an area of eyeshadow, the line has life that

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we don't often hear about, okay, sometimes we hear about it, but we don't really realize her status and that is a status as a scholar

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has status as a scholar.

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So his status as a scholar, and the reason why I want to highlight this to you is that going forward, you realize all of us realize, you know that Subhanallah we're not talking about somebody's life where we're just, you know, somebody who just kind of happened to have an interesting life. We're talking about somebody who is a major scholar of Islam, right. Just as you hear about the other great scholars of Islam, the great Sahaba you know, we hear about

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Brubaker Omar Ali man bought the land home. And of course, they had the highest status when it came to the Sahaba. I showed her the land that is one of the Giants, right? And she's not to be, you know, her life is not to be sniffed out, basically. So let me tell you about her scholarly status. And this is one of my unique characteristics that even the greatest Sahaba when they were confused about some matter of religion, they would consult her. And they would find knowledge with her. Whenever they, you know, had some area that they were not sure about. She always knew something about it. Right. So one of the great scholars one of the tabea in the Tabby in our the generation

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who came after the companions, right, we said that the companions are those who met the profits and loss aluminous state of Yemen and they died in the state of Vermont, right?

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Well, the generation after them who didn't meet the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. But they met the companions, they called the Tabby. And obviously, the closer in generation that you are to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, the highest status you regarded as having right.

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In fact, some of the scholars say, the reason why we respect our elders in Islam, why do we respect our elders? Does anyone know?

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Tell me in the chat, if you know,

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knowledge. Yeah, that's true wisdom. Yeah.

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But that's not the reason that some of the scholars give

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service or somebody saying the service to us.

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I'll tell you what, it is.

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Close. Yeah, yes, here we go. Because they are closer in time to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Can you imagine Subhana Allah, this is the status of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that just being, you know, a closer generation to him, gives you a status upon Allah. Right?

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Yeah, so we know that, you know, there's a famous Hadith of the best generation, right?

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Is the prophets generation yonny, the Sahaba, and then those who follow them, and then those who follow them, and then those who follow them. So there's definitely a special status given to the Sahaba. And the first three generations of Islam simply because, you know, when you're closer to a particular time, you have a certain level of, I would say authenticity, a certain level of direct connection to that time, and to those people and to those practices, right. So this Tabby, even upper Malaika, at Arby's scholar, who was a student of Asia and China, he said that when our Isha, when she was faced with something that she did not know about, she was not able to stand without

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learning more. So in other words, she was so like, her desire for knowledge was there, you know, she, she didn't just rest Oh, I don't know about that thing. So I'm just going to forget about it. She would research she would look into it, she would think she would ask she would. She was very curious, right. We mentioned that last time. And that Curiosity has served Islam, you know, because it was due to her questions. Her you know, not just letting things be that we got to learn so much about Islam right.

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So, another tab is scholar said Arusha was the most intelligent scholarly person and the one who had the best thoughts and opinions amongst people. So Panama. He shall be in Ottawa who is you know, one of the students of the student of Ayesha, okay. So he is so Ottawa. Ottawa had been a Zubair was her nephew, and he Sham is his son.

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He narrated that his father said about it sharp but the line Hmm. I haven't seen anyone more knowledgeable with jurisprudence or medicine or poetry than Arusha. Okay, and what was also her nephew, right is the brother of of the law even as well.

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Qasim Eben Mohammed now who is cosmic Mohammed we're gonna talk about these people later in Sharla. Asked him even Mohammed is the son of Mohammed, even Abu Bakar. Right and he was a great scholar, Mohammed bin every record is his brother, right?

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He is her brother from

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one of our one of our workers, wives later wives. Okay, so costly. Maybe Muhammad was

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You didn't have a shadow on her. He said, I did not meet anyone as eloquent as Arusha, or anyone who was cognizant of Islamic theology as her who was more cognizant of Islamic theology than her among men or women before or after her. Okay? Another great scholar of the past the fourth century scholar and hacking said he was known as the Mohammed with a poor son, right. He said that one fourth of the body of religious knowledge was transferred to us through Ayesha, the olana sapan, Allah, Abu Salah sharing

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the Sahaba he said

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that as the companions of God's Messenger, whenever we came across a complicated matter or issue, we took it to Arusha because she always had the information that could solve that difficulty. So Pamela

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zaharie, another great scholar of our history, he said that if the knowledge of Ayesha was compared with the knowledge of all of the prophets, wives along with the knowledge of all women in history, the knowledge of it should be greater in Panama.

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And, you know, the valley from what are we? Who are the line who was a halifa, after Ali Abdullah and who, one day he called one of his

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closest kind of companions. Ziad writes, he had the baby Sophia, and I believe. And he asked him who is the most knowledgeable amongst people? And he was just wanting to flatter Why are we so he said, certainly, it's you. Oh, I'm Iranian. And what are we I said to him, Oh, please. You know, he said, Oh, please, you don't need to flatter me. He said, I insist. You tell me truthfully. And do not flatter me.

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So then Zod said, Well, you know, if you want my honest opinion, if you press me, then I would say Are you sure? Right?

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And, you know, while we have said, Yes, you've spoken the truth. So

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her status as a scholar was well known. And I want us to enter her life with that knowledge in mind, right? Because they're sisters, you know.

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And I think this is something we can apply to our lives as well. When you look back on the trajectory of your life, and you look back back at all the incidents that have happened, right, and maybe this will happen when you're a bit older, right? You might not feel this straightaway, right now, you know, especially if you're young,

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you will notice that Allah subhanaw taala has been taking you on a journey, you will notice that everything that's happened to you in your life, so panela, the things that you've been taken to see the experiences that you've had, even the failures that you've had, have built you to become the person that you are destined to be, right. Even when you have a failure. You know, sometimes when you're experiencing that failure, you think,

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why is this happening to me, you know, like, I did my best? Or did I do something so wrong or what happened?

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And we don't realize it, but actually, Allah Subhana, Allah is directing us to the right way for us, right. So I think it's really important when we look back at somebody's life, to realize that all the little details, all the little things, Allah subhanaw taala was building that great person up to be the person that they were meant to be. And it's not by accident that those little things happened. And those little details happened. You know, it's a panel that sometimes I think about us, especially those of us who end the West, right? And I'm just speaking from my own experience, think, how unlikely is it that Allah subhanaw taala took my parents from an Indian town somewhere, you

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know, in some obscure Indian town, took them halfway across the world, to Britain, where I was destined to be born.

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And Subhanallah you know, the only reason why they were probably able to come here was because of some treaty or some kind of, you know, right that they were given because they were from a former colony of Britain. So it's as if sapan Allah, Allah Subhana. Allah causes the world to conspire to create situations right? To create your destiny, my sister's my destiny and your destiny. Isn't that amazing? We should never forget that we should never forget how amazing is that we are and how unlikely is right, that we are where we are.

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So let's talk about now I should have the line

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Half the context of her birth.

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So I should have relied on her. She was born seven years, about seven years before the hedger 67 years before the hedgerow. And so, you know, after the first revelation

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I would say about six years after the first revelation, she was born, yeah.

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Khadija, or the lion had died. And I should have been and I was about three years old at that time, right.

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And this was the year of sorrow. This was the year of sorrow when I should have done who was three. It was the year of sorrow the year that Khadija passed away and barley passed away, right? So the prophets of Salaam was in mourning at that time.

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At the time of the hedger on, eyeshadow de la Vega is the journey from Mecca to Medina. By that time, Ayesha was about seven, I would say.

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So this is just for you to kind of imagine and picture

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you know, how old was she? Where was she? In? Where does she fit into the greater picture of the Sierra? right because most of us I think we're familiar with the car right? If you're not then you should be you should go and study the car right? But generally, we're familiar with the key events of the Sierra so it's good for us to kind of imagine Okay, where did he fit into that entire story? A name and lineage. So I should have been on her she was it should have been a backer okay.

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Even who hafa and we will go through each of these people. Bin Ahmed bin amor bin cab bin sad. Bin tame bin Mora bin cap bin Lu a

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hora Shia Tamia. So basically, this was her like full name okay? She was also a descendant you know, if you go back far enough to have a smile on a Salah, right? Just like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was,

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but the common ancestor that she had with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam was Maura. Maura, and we'll, we'll talk about that in a moment. So her family tree meets the prophets family tree at Mora.

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Name, let's talk about her name, and we'll go into her lineage in a moment. Ayesha, what does the name Arusha mean? Right It comes from the verb in Arabic. Asha? Yeah, issue, right? It means living, prosperous, alive. subpanel. You know, it really matches her personality Mashallah.

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It can also have the connotation of somebody who's living comfortably. So, you know, often the Arabs, they chose names for their children, that would be like a positive Omen, right? So, for example, Fatima, was called Fatima because because Fatima means the wind one, the one who

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lives long enough to be wind. In other words, she has breast milk, and then she's weaned off the breast milk. And she's she lives right. Arusha, living prosperous, you can see there's this connotation there of because in that time, you know, Subhanallah, child mortality was high, right? So Pamela children used to infant mortality was high.

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parents would really hope and wish that this child will not pass away, and they would name their children names, that would be like good omens, you know, that would have a positive connotation about living about prospering. Mashallah, so I should have the land has name means alive, living prosperous, okay. And it's in the form of a small file the dua, right of the verb OSHA, OSHA, right.

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The word Eliasch in Arabic means life means livelihood as well. Right, your livelihood? Okay, she but she also had other names she had other corneas, as the know, right?

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So these can be like, honorific titles and names that people are given, you know, and they're like culturally, especially in Arab culture.

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Even a child can be given a cornea name, like for example, you know, about something or on something. Right.

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So we know that she was almost a minion, of course, that was one of her titles. But also, you know, because she didn't have any children.

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And other women around her, you know, they often had a cornea because and they had a cornea based on the name of their child,

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or sort of lasala what he was selling actually said to her, why don't you take the cornea of you

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Son Abdullah, meaning your nephew of delay Bonanza live in the zoo where she was very, very close to right I'm live in a zoo better we're going to talk about him later as well. He is the son of a smart bent Abby Bucher Ayesha's eldest sister, right. And I she was very close to him. So this became one of her names as well on Abdullah Omar Abdullah she also had the title of Siddiqa right so deca and you know some of the scholars especially the Tabby scholar masroor whenever he used to an array Tom her used to say

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Siddiqa bent, acidic, acidic, acidic, right, the

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the truthful one, right, the Siddiqa. Daughter of acidic abubaker, acidic, right. So this was one of her titles as well, Siddiqa. Also morpha.

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And this is from a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam where he called her young wife aka right. And what *a means somebody who has tofik right, somebody who is guided who has been given inspiration and success, right, so a lot of the prophets, Allah Salam referred to her as that.

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She was also sometimes referred to as Habiba to Rasulullah, the Beloved of the Messenger of Allah Subhana Allah

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alemu Bara. Bara means the one who has been exonerated, the one who has been made pure and Allah has declared her pure of any sin, right.

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And also a labor of labor, some of the scholars said of labor, meaning, you know, the, the pure the good, because and some of these names they were because they were in, I would say, response to the fact that some people had tried to, you know, and later on, we're going to go into this had slandered our inshallah delana and cast aspersions on our character. So to counter that, the Sahaba the llama of our past, they used to call her by the best of names and recognize the fact that she was pure.

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Throughout who knows any other of the learners names

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that I've missed out?

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There's a very famous one.

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I'm sure you all know it. Yes. Allow me You're not alone. Aloma? Yes. Okay, everyone knows everyone else. Mashallah. Okay. So, my RA, M, which literally means

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the white one, right, the little white one.

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I heard some scholars saying that, you know, the reason why somebody who is white skinned is called home a lot might be called home a rot in Arabic, is because people with white skin who are very white to have rosy cheeks. And so that's why you know, the color is technically a hammer is red, right?

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But I couldn't really find any basis for this actually, what I found instead was that even harder.

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He said that the reason why

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why why she would be called homoerotic is because when Arabs referred to white people, people with very white skin or light colored skin, they used to refer to them as having red skin. Right? They would refer to them as red, and it means white. Okay, and apparently that's because calling them up. Yep. Okay, and this is what you've been hadr says IBM was considered to be the color of somebody who has a particular illness at that time, a skin illness at that time, right and it was associated with that. So it was the convention of the Arabs to call people with white skin.

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So she was called, homie right which means the little white female right?

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Another name that she was given is Irish, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as an as a loving nickname, shortened her name and called her Irish. Yeah.

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Others have referred to her as been acidic.

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And vingt rb Becker, right. So there we go.

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What about her physical appearance. So you know

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One of the things sisters that you realize, throughout Islamic history is, you know, Subhana, Allah, a woman, we don't need to know the way a woman looks. Exactly, in order for her to be great, you know, and it was the practice of

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the Muslim community to protect that kind of aspect of a woman's privacy. Right. So when it comes to it sort of Dylan how we know some aspects of her physical features, but not really that much, because it wouldn't have been befitting for people to kind of convey what she looked like, physically. But some of the scholars have mentioned some things that we can kind of imply from,

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from a Hadith, right, so we know that she was white skinned, right.

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And some of the scholars say that there are indications in the heavy that she was quite tall, okay. We know from some heavy that she was very slim initially, right? You know, there had the youth where she raised with the profits or loss on them. And when she was younger, she won the race. And then a few years later, she, the prophet SAW Southern one. And she implies in that had been that she had gained a bit of weight in that time, right. So we have we know that about her.

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We have an indication that she was quite tall. And that is from the Hadith where she was standing next to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when, you know some,

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there was like a display, a military display going on,

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in the masjid, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam allowed her to stand next to him when he opened the curtain for her to see. And it seems like even though she was quite young, she was up to the profits or loss Ellen's cheek. So it shows that she was quite tall for her age. And pretty much that's all we really know about her. Right.

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And that's just out of Adam, for I shadowed Ilana, right? Because she is on momineen. Even though many of the Sahaba, before the verses of hijab came down, they would probably have seen her, you know, without hijab, and other women, but out of respect for them.

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They don't narrate and talk about, you know, the way the women looked. We also know that she was attractive, she was an attractive woman. And we know that generally, because

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there's a hadith of Omar bin al hapa, where he was rebuking his daughter hafsa. Right? How so was the one of the CO wives right, she was the wife of the profits or loss on them as well. And when he was rebuking Hans hang, is it true that you argue with the profits or loss alarm? And you, you know, you, you don't talk to him? And when you have an argument and etc, etc? And have said, yes, this happens.

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Everyone does it, all of us do it, meaning the other wives as well, right.

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And of course, this might be considered like, when you're looking at it from the outside of might seem like That's strange. Now, how can you have bad luck with Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Yet, you know, there is an understanding that when you're when there's a husband and wife relationship, Jani, there's some flexibility there. And, you know, there were times when the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi, wasallam, had that kind of, you know, arguments, arguments with the prophet SAW Selim, similar to a married couple, you know,

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and I was rebuking hafsa, and telling her off for that. And when he was telling her off, he said, you know, don't, don't get all high and mighty hafsa. You know,

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you might not be able to get away with what

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I showed you. And he didn't say his name, but he referred to her

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as somebody who was, you know, known to be more attractive, right? So you might not be able to get away with what she gets away with hate with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So, there was an indication there that I shadowed Ilan who is

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known to be attractive, you know.

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So these are just some of the kind of little indications that we have. We will mention some of those hobbies in more detail properly. Later on when we talk about the wives and the wives of the Prophet SAW center.

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So how is everyone doing?

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I just want to make sure you're all okay.

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inshallah, I'll answer the questions at the end.

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I hope everyone is okay. Yes. hamdulillah. Hope you're taking notes.

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In Sharla. As time goes on, I've got some amazing like diagrams and drawings of

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And also pictures of eyeshadow. Deland has house you know

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how the space Under the Dome of the profits or salons mosque

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was basically her was basically her house right? And how you know the three graves are there and I've got lots of like, Mashallah interesting diagrams and pictures that I want to share with you, and that I will do inshallah, you know, in future lessons, so, I really hope that we, we enjoy this journey that we're going on together.

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So what about our T shirt and on the line has parents

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you know, we know that parents have a huge impact on their children, right? Especially if the parents are righteous parents, you know, Allah Subhana, Allah blesses, sometimes blesses and protects children because of the good deeds of the parents, because of the righteousness of their parents. And because of the daughters of the parents, you know, and in that, I think is something for us to think about. Sometimes we think, the good things that happened to us the successes that happened to us or because, you know, we worked hard, we did this, or we did the right thing, or Allah loves us.

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But, of course, in sha Allah, those things are true.

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But you know, Subhana, Allah, one door are from your mother, one door from your father, the two hours that they used to make before you were born. I know this because when I went on hedge before I had children, right, and the biggest dollar that I was making on the hardware for my future children, right. So never think that your successes are purely due to drone actions. You know, you don't know that the hours that your mother made for you. You don't know the things that your parents have done the good deeds that they have done, how those actually impacting you today, my dear sisters.

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So, you know, let us honor our parents. And let us realize that by pleasing them, you know, when they make dua for us, this is what leads to our success.

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So her parents were, of course the great Sahabi the greatest man after I saw a lot Salalah when he was selling

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a father was abubaker City. Okay.

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His real name is Abdullah. Even Abby hafa. His real name is Abdullah. Nobody really knows that. Everyone knows him as abubaker right. But when you dig a little bit and you look into Islamic issue, you find everyone had another name, then the name that that they became famous for. So I believe I've been a B hahaha. Okay. And her mother is on Roman. On Roman bent armor been way mail been up champs, been a tab been olena been Serbia. Been women been hurt. It's been Lanham been Malik been Kenan. Okay.

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So, you know, so Pamela. They both from prominent Qureshi families, right? Her full brother.

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So she had a number of brothers and sisters. Okay, but her actual full brother from the same mother Roman is of the Rama of the right man in Abu Bakar

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Okay, and these names are important because later on you'll find out that some of her top students were

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the sons and daughters of her brothers and sisters right.

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And they became some of the greatest scholars okay. Her other siblings from Abu Bakr Siddiq, otherwise, okay, let me tell you about them.

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Mashallah, she had a big family.

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Drama, even Abby Bucher, you mentioned him, let me tell you about him first.

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Adorama even Abby Bucher

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I'm gonna quickly go through them and then we'll go through them in detail. So the Rihanna Walker was her full brother has siblings from other bikers. Otherwise, we're

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from abubaker his wife patella. Okay, and she, it seems that she didn't become a Muslim.

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She Yeah, she did not become a Muslim.

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She had two siblings, a doula and a smart. Okay, so a smart was actually her half sister in that sense, right. They had a different mother but they had the same father and another wife. abubaker is us

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Vint, mais, who became his wife later, and she had a son, she, with Abu Bakar called Mohammed, Mohammed bin Abu Bakar. And he's also a name you need to take note of, because he's going to come up later, hammer them in every bunker and from Abu Bakar his wife Habiba bin Tarija. She had a sister on gold film. And this system came much later, right.

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This was like, I think she was born after Booker passed away. So panela, right. So boubakeur when he passed away, his wife was expecting, so inshallah we'll go through each of them. And it's important to know them because like I said, later on, the names are going to come up, stuff is going to happen and you know, quite historical things are gonna happen, and we need to know about them. I'll tell you the names of some of our most prominent nephews and nieces. And of course, we're going to

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go into detail about them later, but I want you to just have their names. Okay, some of the most prominent ones are, um, raw binte of the ramen, right? So that the ramen had been at the bunker, full brother. This Amara is his daughter, she became one of her top students. Also our chef bent. Tell her been Obaidullah. Okay. And she was the daughter of

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uncle for pintupi burger. So this is later on, you know?

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Uncle fortement abubaker, the little baby sister who was born much later on.

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She had a daughter, later called I should have installed her in obey the law. And she became like, I think some of the scholars described her as being like, actually the Lamb has Secretary personal secretary. Okay. And she was also her niece. Also we know Abdullah bin a Zubair right, the great Abdullah bin a Zubair, the son of a smart also Ottawa, Bina Zubair, okay, his brother. They were both great students and nephews off Russia. And then al Qasim bin Mohammed. So remember we said Mohammed Divina backer,

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who was the son of a smart bento mace buckers third wife, okay, and by the way these wives want once at once, you know, at one time, sometimes they were like, you know, two, two, I think the walker divorced his first wife, okay, who was who didn't become a Muslim, right?

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So of course, him being Mohammed is very important as well,

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because he became one of the great scholars of Medina, and he was a student of Arusha, and nephew of Asia. So just note these little names down in Charlotte, they will come up later

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on how did how long did she live?

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She lived until the age of 66. So Pamela, so that means that's like 46 years, beyond the life of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Right. So you know, we, we know so much about her during the life of the prophet SAW Selim, when actually In fact, she lived most of her life after the Prophet sallallahu wasallam passed away. Right?

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She was about 20 when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away, okay.

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So she was married to and lived with the Prophet salallahu, alayhi wasallam for 11 years of her life, just to give you some context, spans over the caliphates of abubaker. Omar earthman, ali, into the caliphate of muawiya, even a B. Sophia, right on the Golan.

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So that gives you some context, right. So with Hannah, like she's seen a lot. She was there for a lot of the time, you know, when very key things were going on, and some sad things happened and some tragic things happen, but also some of the big changes that were happening to the Muslim woman. She was there, right till right through that time. And she passed away on

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on a Tuesday, in the night, the 17th of Ramadan.

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58 years, he God Subhana Allah. And we will of course, we will go through that as well.

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So I'm going to tell you the Hadeeth in which

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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called her on Abdullah.

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He sham. So remember now you know who a sham is right? a sham in Ottawa, who is one of her nephews, right?

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Otherwise an Effie, right so Shannon narrated from his father Ottawa, from Arusha. rodilla and that he's that she said, O Messenger of Allah. All of my fellow wives have corneas. He said, some Kenya is remember we said on something abou something is a kind of honorific title or usually it's like, for example, I'm only Joseph right? My eldest son is Yousef. So I'm called on use of

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the prophet SAW Selim was passing.

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So she said, all of my fellow wives co wives have corneas. And I saw last Allahu alayhi wa sallam said, well give yourself a cornea, by your son, Abdullah, and he he means he, of course her nephew, because your nephew is like your son.

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That is to say her sister's son a bleiben as well. So she was called by the cornea. Abdullah, this hadith is in

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Abu Dhabi.

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Okay, and what about Yeah,

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so there's a hadith in

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Sudan, Timothy, where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was telling us about a person whose children passes away, you know, they will be they will go to gender. He said, Oh, Arusha. Yeah, sure.

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Whoever from my alma has two deceased children ahead of him, any two children who passed away before him?

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Allah will enter him into Jenna because of them.

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And then she said, I ransom you with my father. Right? So expression, Arabic expression, the Abbey.

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And then she said,

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and what about one who has one child who passes away ahead of him? And this is when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says,

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and the and the one who has one ahead of him, oh morpha this in this hadith he called a young woman can Allah who forgotten well hidden Yama? *a.

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So he's saying that yes, even a person who has one child who passes away before him any? That person also gets gender. And he called him wafaa. Because I think there's an implication here that she's clever. She's asking, you know, she's a clever person. Allah has blessed her with cleverness that she would ask an intelligent question, Mashallah.

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She said, what about the person who has no one ahead of him? Okay.

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Then the prophets, Allah Southern said, I will be ahead of the one who has no one ahead of him. So Pamela,

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so, in this Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam referred to Arusha as Yamanaka, and this is where that name came from.

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Habiba to Rasulullah Why was she called that? It is because, you know, the famous Hadith and would have been, alas, the Sahaba he came to the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam. And he said, you know, who is the most beloved person to you? And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Arusha.

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And then he said, I asked, What about amongst the men? He said, her father.

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And then I said, who then he said, then Omar, bin Al Khattab, then he named other men, this hadith in Bukhari, and Muslim.

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Okay, so because he are named Ayesha as the person who is a humbleness, right, the most beloved of people to him, people began calling Habiba to Rasulullah and even at the time of Omar bin Al Khattab when he was the belief,

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there was this jewel and remember, in the time of Amara, there was lots of wealth coming into the Muslim lands, right? Because Muslims were conquering different lands. So all this wealth was pouring into Medina, right. And so there was a jewel that arrived from Iraq, from Iraq. A jewel arrived, there was lots of like booty, right? spoils of war. And amongst them was a jewel, a big jewel. And Omar said to the Sahaba, do you know it's worth? They said no.

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And they didn't know how to divide it. So usually, this booty is divided in a particular way, right?

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So almost said, Do you permit me to send it to Arusha for the love that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had for her? Right? So she was known as heavy but rasulillah. Right? And then they said yes. So they sent it to her. Subhan Allah.

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And Omar also gave each of the wives of the Prophet later on, he gave them a stipend, right? You gave them like an allowance, you could call it or a pension, right?

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Of and it says here, 10,000 doesn't say 10,000. What, but seems like a large amount, right? And he increased the stipend of Ayesha. He actually used to send it no more.

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saying she was indeed happy but Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Right. So alto his love for the prophet SAW, Selim used to send it share more. And we said last week that so Pamela Arusha was the sort of person who, as soon as that stipend would enter her house, she would give it to the poor, she would give it to those in need.

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So that's a little bit about in terms of details about her.

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Her name, right.

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Okay, we're going to look at and as you can tell sisters, I am going into quite a lot of detail. And that's because there's there are plenty of talks you could find on YouTube, that don't go into detail, right?

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They just kind of talk about these things in a very, you know, gloss over these things. Right, and just talk about

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his life in one or two sessions. But we want to do a bit of a deep dive, we want to go into a little bit of detail. Where did this come from? Where did what are the details? So I hope you will bear with me, my dear sisters.

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What time is it now? Okay. I'm just going to go through a little bit about her family tree, okay, her kind of lineage.

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And then we will have, we will have some q&a. So I shot a deal on his family tree.

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I'm relying on you to do the drawings. I do understand that. We are we love PowerPoints, right? I know, I love PowerPoints. But I think there's a different nature to a class that has PowerPoints and a different nature to a class where you're talking to me, you're listening to me, and you're taking down notes. And do remember, you can listen to this video again, after this session on YouTube and Sharla if you don't catch any detail, or you can do a little bit of research of your own right. And if there's something that you want the details of, you can do a little Google search in Sharla. And you'll find these details.

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So I showed you the land has family tree, we already mentioned it like when we said that it goes back to Abraham and Acela right, with about 16 people in between her and Abraham at a salon. Right.

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So we said Maura is the person in the family tree, right. He's basically her great, great, great, great, great grandfather. No, sorry. Let's do that again. Maura, is her great, great, great, great, great, great grandfather. So six, six times great. Grandfather. His name is Maura

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and that person more right he is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Great, great, great, great, great grandfather. Okay, so five times. Great Grandfather.

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I hope that's clear.

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Maura, he had a number of sons. He had three sons. And

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one of his sons was Caleb, okay, and that's the one from whom the profits or loss Alan's clan is descended, right?

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And then

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because Caleb then had a call, say Kasabian, Caleb and that's the clan of the profits are stolen. And from another way from a redhead, Yasaka and tame two sons. He has a team and team is the one from whom abubaker and Ayesha their family

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lineage is from right. And that's why they will call the bunny team, the blue team. Okay.

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So more or less sun time. Okay. had a son called sod at a son called gob had a son called amber had a son called omair

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had a son called of man and earthman is a vocal hoffa, who is the father of Abu Bakr Siddiq. And so, however, he had a son called aboubaker. His actual name is Abdullah Abdullah in Abu hanifa

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whose daughter is Arusha of the liner. Okay. And we said that we had four wives in his lifetime, not necessarily all at once. But he had four wives in his lifetime.

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dear sisters in sha Allah, our hour is coming to an end and that's why I'm gonna stop now.

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Next time, we're going to go into

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some key pieces of information about her mother

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about each of her brothers and sisters. Okay. And, you know, so parallel to I'll give you a little kind of teaser, okay. Mohammed II nahi. Bucher right later on, just think about this, right? Mohammed, Abu Bakar youngest brother, right. from another mother.

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She he later on, grew up in the house of Ali. Delano, right? He grew up in the house of Ali because when a Booker Siddiq passed away

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his wife a smart been married early. Right. And so this Mohammed bin abubaker, the brother of Ayesha grew up in the house of Ali and Ali brought him up as though he was his own son. And later on, okay, and this is some of the controversy that happened later on. You will see that so Pamela, I shall rely on her and her brother Muhammad, are opposite sides of

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a very controversial incident that happened, right.

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So Pamela, so

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these are things to come. That's why the reason why I'm telling you that is don't think that I'm mentioning these names, just like as a little list of things. No, these names become important later on in the life of Asian Atlanta for you to know. Okay, so inshallah, with that, I will

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take your questions. We're just going to go through, I have to scroll back.

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Okay, Allah.

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Okay, so some people are saying they missed the first class, that's okay. You can go to YouTube. You can type eliminar Fatima barkatullah.

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Ayesha, and it'll probably come up eliminar Cardiff.

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why can't I see any questions? There are questions and they work and see them.

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Okay, I think I scrolled too far back.

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Was I actually given that title while a smart was alive.

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Yeah, it must have been wireless smart was alive because

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a smart and Arusha they both lived. Many years after the prophets, Allah

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Subhana Allah smart By the way, she's a legend in her own right, right. Her life can be studied in its own right.

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Is it even for men and for women? Yes.

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It is. Sometimes it's even though sometimes it's been

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right for men. And for women.

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Isn't it red one? How am I right? Yeah. So like, literally the word homie. Right means the little red one. But the Arabs didn't use that to refer to read, they referred to white. When it comes to people, they refer to white

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with that phrase, right.

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She went.

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Yeah. So you know, the verses of hijab were not revealed right at the beginning, right. They were revealed in Medina afterwards, so

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and there were verses revealed, especially for the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, which meant that they had to do an extra level of hijab and yes, they did cover their faces, very clear from that heavy that they covered their faces.

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law martial law my sisters who are with me are full of liquor or a single hamdulillah which is good.

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Come to the law for having such parents. Yes, we must always go off to our parents, you know Allahumma llamado Bahama come out of biani Sylvia always say this for your parents. Oh Allah have mercy on them. Yeah. As they had mercy on me when I was young Allahumma er Burnham, Houma, Kamara Bayani Sally era

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after my mom passed away,

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she's mother, he married smart, gentlemen, is that correct? I'm not sure if it was after

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my mom passed away, I need to check that

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could have been at the same time it was basically

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we'll go into that next time. And we'll talk about a smoke into mice.

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These sessions are one hour.

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And you know, feel free those of you who are really good at taking notes, take notes and share them, share them with others, you know.

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Yes, the recording for this session sister is going to be up on YouTube eventually. So don't worry, jolly, you'll catch up with the beginning.

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Why did they have two names in those times?

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They didn't just have two names.

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Some sometimes they had

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10s of names. I'm not joking.

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You know, they were nicknames. They were titles that there was this real desire for here, you know, to dignify the human being right. You know, on the day of judgment, the sisters were told that when our soul not on the day of judgment when our soul is being lifted up to the heavens

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it says that we will be cooled by all the best names that we will call them this earth in shuttle life we were people have gender than the angels inhabitants of the heavens, they will call us by all the good names that we will call them this life. Right? So if you are called the clever one, the kind one, and that's what most of these kind of beautiful names that the Arabs use to give them, their children and each other. That's the type of names they were you know, beautiful descriptions that just like the Prophet sallallahu Sallam right he was known as I mean, he was known as a saw that right? And that doesn't mean that is just like a little name people actually call them I mean,

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you know,

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so much detail. Yes, we are going to go into detail because if you want to just glossed over version that you can get that easily.

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How many siblings did she have in total? We mentioned those so we said what we said the ramen, a smart

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uncle form and

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the ramen, Abdullah and Mohammed? Right.

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Who did you say Ali married after mentioning Mohammed bin Abu bakkar.

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So I live in Adelanto after.

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A smart bent always. Okay, one of this hobby up. She was married actually to Java in a polyp, right? So that's Ali's brother.

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And then when Jafar ibn Abi Talib was martyred

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Booker Marita, you know, and then abubaker when abubaker passed away, Ali married her SubhanAllah. So, Mashallah, she was married to a number of the Sahaba.

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The Hadith you mentioned about children dying, is this early in infancy? Or could it be children who died before their parents in their adulthood? In short, a lot. I'm going to look that up. You know,

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I'm not 100% sure.

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I'm getting I'm finding it difficult to keep track of the family links. Is there anything you can recommend?

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Yes, well

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I will do inshallah, in the next session, I will bring a family tree diagram. Okay? And I'll screen share it with you guys, right?

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I do actually have one.

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You see it, you're going to love it.

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See that I can see that

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you can't see it clearly. So inshallah I just didn't prepare that this time.

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But what I will do is and Charlie in the next session, we will start off with that on the screen so you can inshallah copy any names that you want.

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But by the way, you can find that easily on the internet, you just type in family tree abubaker. Is that

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was there any reason why she didn't have children? Allahu Allah.

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Okay, I'm just going through the questions.

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Who was the great times five grandfather, Mr. Prophet. So we said, we said Moore's law. Moore's Law

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was okay. And that's where so if you look at the family tree of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam going all the way back to his smile, Ibrahim

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Mora is where our issues family tree meets the prophets family tree, right.

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What was his full brother's name? He said it was a blue man.

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Oh, this is great. When one of you asked a question, another sister answers which is great. Mashallah.

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Mashallah, okay. I think I've gone through all the questions. Is naming children using words of good omens still permissible? Definitely. You know,

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the prophets, Allah Salam actually changed people's names didn't hear when they had negative connotation, right. So I think there was a person called How to war. And the prophet SAW Selim changed his name, right. So he liked names that were like, Sal, nice, positive. Names, right. So the whole point of a name, if you think about it, is a good omen, right? Because you don't know what your child's gonna be like, right? I mean, everyone calls their daughter jameelah. They don't know what she's gonna look like, when she grows up, right? Or any you say about your son? Khalid, why do you call your son Khalid? Why do we name our children use of Yeah, so a man? You know, why do we do

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that? Because we slept with, we're hoping, right? We're hoping that inshallah they will grow up to be with those good characteristics of those great people of the past, right? You call your daughter, something that jameelah because you find her beautiful, and you want her to grow up to be beautiful. You want her to have a beautiful personality and to be beautiful, right?

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A beautiful human being. So

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all names are, in fact supposed to be anyway. Kind of positive omens? Right. Positive hope. It's like a type of us Jani asking a lot to make our children like that, right?

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Yeah. So even for example, if

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somebody in embraces Islam, if their name or has a good meaning, they can keep the name, right? They don't have to change the name. Right.

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But if it has a negative meaning, you know, if you look into it has a negative meaning, then they should change their name?

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Can it be in our own language? Or is it only virtuous if they are named of our pious predecessors? No, I mean,

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Muslims tend to use Arabic names, right? But there are some names that Muslims have that are not necessarily Arabic. They don't have to be Arabic. Like I said, right? If you if you convert to Islam, if a person converts to Islam, meaning is David, for example, or their name is, I don't know, I think of some positive. I don't actually know the meanings of English names, you know. But if they have a name that has a positive meaning, they can keep that name. There's no kind of compulsion on them to change.

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They name when they become a Muslim unless it has a negative meaning.

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I named my son subtler, it means a rock is that?

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I'm not sure. It depends on the connotation, you know? Because like in some languages, if you call your son Asad, the right, Lion, that's supposed to be good, right and for Arabs, because the connotation is bravery, right?

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But another person might say, well, Lion, why would you want to call yourself a lion? Right? It's an animal, wild animal.

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But it depends on the connotation in that language, I guess.

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Yeah, and it's a parent's responsibility to give a good name

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of one

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did she get along with her siblings? inshallah, that's going to be the last question that I'm going to. But from what I know, suffian has always been considered a positive name.

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Okay, so that question Did she get along with her siblings? Yes. Yeah, Annie from what we can see she did. But there were some incidents that happened later on.

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That maybe

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they might not have had a direct clash with each other.

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But you know, the, there was some kind of controversies that happen and we will go into them in sha Allah. So

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inshallah with that we are going to wrap up. So dear sisters, inshallah, I will see you next time.

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I did mention last time that I was going to tell you about some of the some of the books about this hobby art. So I'm going to hold some of them up for you. And then later on, when you get the video, you can look at these books up. Okay, these are just some of the books in the English language that I've found. So there's this one, okay. How about like, Asian? Ayesha Siddiqa, right?

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Life and works is a very basic books not very, very thick. By allama. Sade Suleiman. nadwi is a translation, right?

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So that's one book you could look into. Okay.

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look it up online.

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Another book is this one.

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Great women of Islam done. Salam. Okay. Again, it's like about a lot of this habit. So, somebody last time was asking me about books about this habit. There's this one I found

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Muslim women worries, hmm.

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Okay. And it says,

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it just says Oh, Hooda Huda Islamic education foundation, Chicago, Illinois. And the author is a sudden memorable school, it says PhD.

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So, you know, so Pamela, I get these books from like, from my childhood, I think some of them are like from dad, you know, that he just has been gathering.

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This one is that her publishers, the wives of the Prophet Muhammad, sallAllahu, alayhi wasallam. Okay.

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This book is not a salon, I think, yep. It's quite easily easy to find golden stories of say, the hadiya, mother of the believers, right.

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And then the rest of the books I have,

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are all in Arabic. You know, there is this amazing book that I mean, it's very expensive. I don't really think it's something that you want to buy, unless you're really interested. And this is the house of Hobbesian toilet. And it's published by Oh, four Khan Islamic Heritage Foundation. And I use this book as part of my research for for my book, Khadija. And this book is really about it's actually an archaeological book about how the general Dylan has house was excavated in Makkah. And, you know, like, description of what house was like, and the location and etc. So it's very interesting, I must say.

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So some of the Arabic books, I'm just going to show you two I think, okay, cuz I've got loads this one, okay. You can actually find this online as a PDF, Sierra, Sierra to say and say that I should

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I'd be lying, huh? This is actually Sulaiman say it's really man another wheeze

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book translated into Arabic. I believe he wrote this book in audible. And then this is the translation into Arabic. Okay, and this is the mesh.

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And then

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there's this book. So this is for sisters who might be able to research in Arabic I shot the quotable has Hadith, what the backlots? Right. So this is more like a more technical book about I showed that on her in the Hadith books. And you know, the different types of other other types of Hadith books as well and, and the different levels of narrators and things like that.

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This one is very interesting. We're going to touch on some of these things when we look at the scholarship of it. This one is

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the opinions that Arusha differed from the other Sahaba upon right. So the fifth opinions that basically she differed from all the other Sahaba.

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That's very interesting.

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Okay, and I don't know if you can see the title. Okay.

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Okay, I'm just going through everything. And this one is really famous, and the Java

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and, you know, remember zoca sheet. And this is basically again, hadiths that I share in which I share different from the Sahaba on,

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or she corrected them regarding Yeah, things that you've corrected them about.

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And then this one, I will say,

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Oh, yeah.

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Okay, got two more English ones that I found this a hobby at this says baja publishers again, did I really hold this one as a hobby up during the prophets era by Jamila Jones? So basic book, I would say basic as in, it's not very thick. Right? So good introduction.

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And I think that there is a whole series of them of different hobbyists, right? This is, again, top publishers.

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This is a very amazing book. It's called more so

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like, basically as an encyclopedia, right? Most of Ayesha momineen hire to have our fake haha. Okay.

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Shave side, five, five eyes, the heel, right?

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Donna ffice. Okay, this is a very thick book, it's basically more focused on her opinions and things like that, right? The first part is her car. And then the rest of it is like quick opinions. Very useful for people researching, right? And we will go into some of those

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for all your time and above that you've given us

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a very informative lesson.

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I'll leave you to do that happen in Sharla.

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As you can tell, I could, as you can tell, I could go on forever with the books because like, I've got loads and loads of books but and handle I think that's quite a big range for everyone. So, again, you wrap up, dear sisters, we'll see you next time next week in Charlotte next Sunday. And with that, I will leave us Hannukah Lucha Mohammed Tikka Chateau La Ilaha Illa and fuuka to Lake Salaam Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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Oh, I shall. I shall.

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I shall I shall.

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She was

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peace be upon him. We love him so.

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Our amazing father was

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known as the true

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was the first

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She was

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she was.

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She was

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