Hesham Al-Awadi – Children Around The Prophet 8 Conclusion

Hesham Al-Awadi
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smilla rahmanir rahim o salat wa salam O Allah chef mo sensata, Mohammed Allah Allah He asked me to sell them.

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Brothers and sisters Welcome again to the

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final session the eighth session of children around the Prophet. And from the outset of that course, I wanted it to be like a narrative. And I opened this narrative with identifying our main players or our main characters that will constitute that narrative. I spoke to you about our sources,

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and try to identify or re identify or represent

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them in a way that

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is appropriate. From the children's point of view. I spoke about his appearance, I spoke about his behavior. I spoke about the way that he spoke, and the way that he interacted.

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And then I identified the main characters among the children, not by way of confining them. They were a lot.

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And just to give you a sense of

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how a lot they were, I just want in a very brief statement to give you other names. I'm not going to go through these names.

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in Mecca, there were people like Eileen evitar lab, where one narration says that he became a Muslim at the age of eight. I am aware that there is a more famous narration that says he became Muslim at the age of 10. But in either case, he became a Muslim while he was a child,

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as Obi Wan, who is the son of Sofia, Vint Abdulmutallab, the art of Russell's asylum, he became a Muslim. In the more famous generation at the age of eight talhah even obey the law, who was defending Rasul hasulam in the Battle of word, and a very powerful and strong companion. He became a Muslim at the age of 11. And uncom, become the owner of the very house that are also seldom used to meet with the few companions that constituted the base of the Muslim community in Mecca.

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He was at the age of 12, these people lived in a non Muslim community, those children were teenagers. I'm not sure to what extent did they manifest the problems of teenagers. They were teenagers that they were young, they were children. But I think that they were preceding their time in being responsible and dutiful. Whenever you think about the success of Islam in its early years. Think about those children and say to yourself, this is what children could do. Children could be so powerful to take Islam from Mecca to Medina and remember that that bridge between Mecca and Medina, the first person to walk on the top of that bridge, I either Ambassador that was sent on a

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diplomatic mission to spread Islam in Medina was Musab in Romania. When he became a Muslim. He was extremely young, not as young as those children but he was in his 20s

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when he became a Muslim, there is one nation that says that he was 32 and another that says that he was 27. And that is sad, maybe waqqas and abderrahman. Every now and then, and then and probably the oldest person was Abu Bakr Siddiq. The rest were under him. The rest were actually recruited by him. The rest were far more younger than him.

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Perhaps the less known children in Medina are people like Abrahamic in case who you might have not heard of, and has an error saying I already spoke of Abdullah bin hamdulillah er Abdullah bin hamdulillah Selma, Adnan Aqua he's a man or a boy, and he inherited many hadiths. That is Selma epinal Aqua abou mama tell by Haley Abdullah bin Isabel Abdullah, the son of Serbia who is a super ignorant

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alum, who became a Muslim at the age of eight Abdullah

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was the first baby the first Muslim baby to be born in Medina.

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He was the first Muslim baby whenever you are asked, Who is the first baby to be born in Medina that turned into a Muslim city.

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It was Abdullah and his debate and Abdullah news debate was extremely powerful companion as powerful physically that is powerful like his father as the way Abdullah was, in fact as available. His father used to take Abdullah his son when he was young, teach him how to swim and teach him how to fight.

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Unless even malloc your friends of ns now and I'm sure that you know now a lot about ns Eben Malik the child that is Sulaiman Eben sword was in ARPA actually in October, and Bob ignas, sorry, at a tsunami, sorry, in the last Abdullah have been Jafar that saw the camel weeping. And the last child

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was called abou to file the last child in my list. But what is the significance of our profile?

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He was the last companion that passed away.

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years and years and years after the death of Prophet Muhammad SAW Salah, which, if anything tells you that he was the youngest child, at the time of Roswell, when the fire died. They said this is the end of the companions era.

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Those were the children. And some of them we identified opening up our narrative. What are we going to do now

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after opening the narrative, talking about our sauce lm and I've tried to visualize things for you as building the emotional as building the creed and the man as building the worship as building general manners and attitude as disciplining sexual desires. Now we are going to see the building in action. Now we are going to close our narrative, but with the same children that we've identified in the first session as children. Now we will see them as adults, as grown up adults, some of them in fact, all of them got married now they have children.

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And it reminds me exactly of an experience that I am now feeling. I look at the faces of some of you. And I know some of you when you were young.

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I came in this country when I was 16 years old.

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And probably in the couple of years 16 1718 I was in Oxford doing my A Levels and all levels when they were all levels not GCSE. So it tells you how old I am. And I met some of you when I was 18 and 19. And you were young. I remember a brother smile. I remember maboob Nabeel, I remember Imperial because my brother was there. And I used to go and visit him in the prayer room.

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And I used to go to the swimming pool that is an imperial, I'm not sure what happened to it now. I used to attend Juma and look at them now coming with children.

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They got married, and they have children and some of them are expecting children. And I know some of you here.

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This is the moment that comes to my mind. I'm just expressing these feelings since this is the end session. And I want it to be as informal as possible. This is the session now that I am remembering Ennis when he was 10 and now he's talking to his sons and grandsons, as someone who is 103 years old. What happened to those children? Let us see what happened to someone that was cold and has an ebony shivering with his brother called alpha saying

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because of a big snake that was about to eat them. What happened to Allison that saw the redness in the tongue of Prophet Muhammad SAW Salah what happened to us and that was carried on the shoulder of a rustle saw salah and Hasson lived for 47 years.

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Quite a young age in which he lived extremely handsome and good looking. And perhaps that's why he got married to many girls, and ultimately divorced a lot of them. So much so that I even avatar let's say, don't give your daughters to my son, because he will divorce them.

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And the fathers of the girls are so proud for their daughters to get married to a husband. And they say oh, we will get our daughters married to your son, whether you like it or not. It's an hussen. It's the grandson of Rasulullah. Saw Selim and as a result of that, he had many children. They said to him

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Once and I calculated his age, and I realized that he was seven, only seven when I saw Selim died. They said to him once, what do you remember from the Prophet? sallallahu? alayhi wasallam. You remember, so seldom, do you remember anything that he used to say or did or said? He said, Yes, I remember that once.

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dates from the sadaqa came, and I took one date as a child or the family put it in my mouth, and I was just about to swallow it. And also Selim put his finger forcefully into my mouth

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and took the data away. And they said to him, Yara Salalah is only your grandson. And it's only a date. He said, We the hashemites, the relatives of the prophet SAW Selim, we do not consumed Masada. So from a young age, he felt that he was special belonging to a special family with special procedures.

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But what is more significant, I think in his memories, when he was a young boy or a child, is that he says I remember once our sofa, Selim said that ma URI buka, Illa. mala URI book, this is, I think, something that again, with our golden ink that is about to finish, write it again, as a statement, not just in our children's bedroom, but in our life entire life when we have halaal or not halal meat when we walk the streets when we have these terrorist attacks and bombings when we deal with mortgage and interest, that Marie bokeelia mareeba.

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Rest in peace? No, that's that's not the translation. But that's the meaning of it. Rest in peace, and have peace of mind all the time. How do I do that?

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By leaving that, which is doubtful to that which is not doubtful, and that which is certain?

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How did al hasim benefit from that same? And this is exactly by the way, is just this is not just to close the narrative, there is a hidden agenda, and I'm going to reveal it now.

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The agenda is to show how those children internalize the values and lessons that they have heard from them, and how did they apply it in their real life when they became an adult? Why am I doing that to show you how successful that method of asylum was? And this is the litmus test that you will have to then try on your children when they become adults. To what extent is this lesson of mercy as manifested in your child's attitude when he or she is an adult in their dealing with you when you become old? Or with their children when they grow up, get married and have children? This is the litmus test. Now apparently, what what is coming to follow now in the in those people when they

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became adults, is that also Selim was extremely successful in what he did you know why? Dharma you revoke a llama you revoke at the time of a lead Navy, and you are aware of probably what has happened. Our family been our son was killed

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by Muslim terrorists killed him.

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Incidentally, a lot of the companions were killed by Muslims.

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There wasn't the United States, Britain and France.

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He was killed by Muslims who misunderstood him and misunderstood his behavior. And he didn't defend himself.

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one of his relatives from the same tribe. Wow. Yeah, it'd been Abby, Sophia and the governor of Damascus wanted revenge wanted that alley. had been fun. Maybe that'd be fun to capture the killers. And then he will give back to Isley as the successor as the coming Khalifa. But I never thought you've said that I cannot, at that moment of chaos, go and capture killers who have fled to Egypt and to Damascus and two ages. First of all, let's establish order and stability. Give me the mayor or governor of Damascus. And he refused and the war began between the two. And Muslims in their 1000s were killed between Ali evitar lived and Mahalia

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and the process developed between the two. And Mahalia had his own supporters and Alec mariacarla pattied please his own supporters, and then Ali was killed again by a Muslim,

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from the church or by someone who was acting

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In the name of Islam went and stopped him

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when he was praying, so mosques can sometimes witness not just

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fighting, but murder, and he was killed. What is happening the equation here? Well, the supporters of Navy pilot who wanted to carry their political role in the lineage of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and his family wanted and Hassan who was older than alpha sane, to carry forward the mission and become the following Khalifa

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and hasn't said Until when are we going to continue to fight and struggle. He took leadership for only 17 months and 11 days. And so that while he was relentless, was adamant to capture the killers and he was ready to rage and continue the war on terror against highly violent and against his family and blood was being

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what's going to continue to flood the blood of Muslims and Hasson

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he remembered the words of his grandfather sallallahu wasallam, that mercury book Illa mala Uribe rest in peace, he went to Somalia and said, Well, how are you wanted? You take it and he resigned and Malia became the Khalifa

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but only temporary because he was then challenged by the brother Al Hussein who was then unfortunately killed by Muslims.

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But I want you to think about that my your ebook in Amara your ebook and think about this big political decision that saved the blood of the Muslims. It is that decision by Al Hassan that saved the blood of the Muslim. He wants to give a public talk and said inac ESL case and case inac ESL case of Turkey why not makan hump alpha, you're allowing the heavy enough to feed her and Amaya Turlock to Lima, Ohio era that Islam and Muslim in Hackney deny him these issues that I have default with Maria, I have left it to my

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for the sake of the oma and protecting the blood and the soul of the oma.

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I think that Allison, or that we are indebted to Allison, who was that young boy scared from the snake. Now he's playing that tremendous role in blowing away the snake that is killing and biting the unity of the Muslim and saying, I don't want to be a halifa. And if Mahalia wants it, he takes it. Why? Because I am certain that this is the right decision. And I'm doubtful, if I deserve to be the Khalifa, even if at the top of the skeletons of the dead bodies of Muslims,

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ns even Malik, another child that we've lived with, and when I say nsfx Malik, please remember, please remember the pumpkin. Please remember the Jewish boy, please remember ns that was playing with the children and also a solemn saying to him and us and he looks at the back and he says our seas are seldom laughing and smiling remember us because this is one of the aims and objectives of this course is to link you emotionally not just to the resource Allah, but to the children, the companions of our Salah, those are the makers of history, brothers and sisters, those are the shapers of our Islamic history. And as became 103 years you know why? When the mother of * or the

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Alon on select on Salim or on slain brought him to tell him he was only 10 she said yeah rasulillah I am bringing you my son to be in your service. Please yeah Rasul Allah make dua for him

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or sell them immediately. You know, what was the DA over law increase he his children and increase his money.

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And as it Malik was one of the wealthiest companions after the death of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam and ns Eb Malik, his sons and his grandsons totaled in the hundreds. He didn't need like a husband to get married and to divorce. He needed that also Solomon that was sufficient to make him bring hundreds

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of children and he did not need child benefit to Be a Millionaire from these hundreds because he was already wealthy

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from the drop of Rasulullah sallallahu aleyhi

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He was lm

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he heard a rustle Salas lm say, a deebot Allah. Allah salata, Hassan, teach your children three manners, he says, are so seldom, what are these three manners jasola nebby youcam the love of your profit. This is easy to Salalah the children that is talking, but may be difficult for our children

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and love the members of his household that's why this father is saying we will get our daughters married to an acid, whether you like it or highly or not, because we love and hasn't

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and what is the third manner? What allow what will go on and reading the Quran? Why? Fein homiletical Quran fievel er Sheila, yo ma la villa in my MBA sphere. This Hadith is in the book of October, Ronnie, the third manner, read the Quran, because those who read the Quran, in the day of judgment will be in the shade of Allah, the shade of the throne of Allah in that shade will be no one other than the prophets and those who love the prophets and emulate and imitate the Sunnah of the prophets.

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How did nsmt Malik internalize that? Well, he read the Koran, he memorized the Quran, but more importantly, as a Marathi now as a father, whenever he finishes the Quran, he brings his wife and his children and his grandchildren. And you can imagine the house or probably the palace, or the villa, or whatever, in the hundreds coming, not because there is a party, or indeed there was a party and we were celebrating the party is your grandfather, Anna's even Malik finished the Quran, and now he's going to make a congregational prayer, congregational to all of you, all children. And imagine when the children in their mind and in their psyche, they meet once a month, perhaps just to

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witness and to attend this door and every child, every grandson, and every granddaughter leaves the house with that much of the heart for her and for him and they grow up and remember the daughter of the companion of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Abu Zubaydah says I have never an Abu hurayrah used to live in the mosque because we he was extremely poor. He was from Allah Safa.

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So why I'm saying I'm saying this I'm saying this to let you know that

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so all the people that played all the companions that played and so also Sam obviously play so he can make a comparison and contrast he says, I have never seen any one that his Salah resembles the Salah, as soon saw Selim more than ns.

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You know why? Because ns witnessed also sell and praying not like Abu hurayrah not just like of all IRA in the mosque, but in the household, in the very house that both of them lived in. So he knows exactly how to replicate the prayer. He knows exactly he doesn't need to read the book of Alberni. He knows exactly how to sell them made them cool and so Jews and whether he may take up or not, or where did he put his hand on his chest or under his stomach? These disagreements that are happening between us he knew exactly that and he played like that.

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And he continued to play like that until the age of 103 and muthana inside says semi to Anna Sania Kuhn mom in Layla Illa Anna raffia Habibi, there is no night that passes on me since the death of Prophet Muhammad wa sallam without me dreaming of the Prophet Muhammad SAW Selim and then he would cry. Imagine brothers and sisters, some of you might have seen the Prophet only once or have not have never seen him, but to see someone on a daily basis.

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Dreaming is your subconscious. You are thinking tomorrow about exams, you will dream about exams, you're thinking about this beloved girl, you will dream about this girl. Imagine what could engage this person. Unless even Malik nothing then aerosol, and that's why he dreams about.

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The love continued with NSA. It wasn't just associated with him, watching and seeing and living with a profit. It goes beyond beyond beyond. In fact, he loves him so much that he wants to meet him, looking forward to meet him in general. And since I'm talking about looking forward to meet him in Gentlemen,

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I remember hear the quotation, or the saying of Milan, of the Alon, beloved when he was on the deathbed, his wife like any other wife was crying that he was going to die.

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And he said, Why are you crying? Don't you know who am I going to meet tomorrow? I'm going to meet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam Bilal resigned from becoming the more admin of aerosol SLM. Soon after the death of Prophet Muhammad wa sallam he just made again once on that occasion, which I hope you remember it. And I hope one day it will be repeated, not by Bilaal, but by other than it was in Jerusalem. When Mr. hubub opened Jerusalem, he asked Milan, he said, Bilal, I want you to make a done. He said, Yeah, I mean, I have left I've resigned, since I also sell them died,

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out of sorrow, he said just once, and I will ask you once to do that, make this an OB lad. And he stood on the top of Jerusalem and made the Adhan with his beautiful, melodious voice, and all the companions began to cry, because positive association, they could only associate the voice of VLAN with the presence of others or sell them and they felt as if sell them was present with them in Jerusalem. But remember that he's dead and began to cry.

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A voice of Mr. admin can lead you to cry. That's why he's looking forward to go and meet Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and you might ask How does he know that he's going to meet Ross also sell them well also sell them told him that because like, I also sell them when to Jen and hurt Heidi feminine not man reading Quran, he also went to Jenna, and hurt

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the footsteps of someone. And all this the footsteps of slippers of someone and he asked, Who is these footsteps of of these slippers? And the angel told him this is VLAN. So he went back and asked VLAN here he doesn't know now that the law is good to his mother, it seems that there is another hidden action that the law does. And if you did not hear this slippers are so solid, we would not know what is this hidden action because it will remain hidden. He said what do you do below

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that led you to gender. He said your Rasul Allah,

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whenever I go to the toilet, I make sure that I do ablution whether it's the time of Salah or not. And whenever I do ablution any every time I go to the toilet, I do ablution and whenever I have ablution I have to pray to God.

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Whether it's the time of slavery, I have to pray to a god or more.

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So he knew when also sell him, told him this he knew that he was going to go to gender hence, I'm going to meet Mohammedan or Sahaba

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back to us.

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And as if pneumonic in the book of Ahmed and in the book of Buhari and in the book of unnecessary can Anna Sydney Malik layer

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wacol Anna's indinavir sauce lm can allow you to pee in the book of Ahmed Buhari and MSA Anissa. Malik never refused fragrance or perfume or musk or rude or amber or whatever. Because he said and I said Malik because our sauce never refused it. I don't think this is a fascinating quotation after knowing that NSF Malik is prepared to love pumpkin just for the sake of aerosol and of course then he will do everything that also Salim did

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Abdullah Abdullayev in a bus. A fascinating character that is quite famous and a lot of you know of Abdullah nobis was tall and handsome. And when also Selim died, he was only 13 he died at the age of 68 or in some narrations at the age of 70. So he lived about 55 to 57 years after arasu sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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Abdullah and I bus

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when I also saw Selim died, he was eager to learn rather than just to rely on the law of selling that Oh Allah teach him or Allah. He took an active role in learning he didn't say also sell him now died. Let me go and play or do something else and wait for a shake or an Imam to teach me shall Allah will send me an Imam from heaven to teach me just to fulfill No, he took a proactive role. He said about himself and I would like you to take this event under the title of great ambitions. When you are ambitious. Brothers and sisters, nothing can stop between you and fulfilling your goal. He says when Allah saw seldom passed away, I said to

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A colleague, or a friend or a companion from an answer, let's go we are too young. Now let's go and utilize our young age and strong memory. To learn from us hub. Rasulullah saw Selim to learn from the veteran companions before we lose them. And this is a 13 years old boy talking.

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They normally omega here, they are a lot today, and who knows, tomorrow, they might pass away. Now look at the answer of the colleague. And this is the answer of all those who wants to frustrate and to put people down. This is the answer of that. Who are pessimists who are not ambitious in life, who just don't want to progress? Who stop and complain and critique? He said, Oh, even a boss? Do you hope one day to teach the people? Who are you to do that? There are lots of companions? are you? How are you going to compete? Look, look at this. And this is my way, this is a perception that we have a lot of us who am I. But even Ibis is the recipient of among hops, comment, na carnosic, don't

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belittle yourself. Don't underestimate yourself. So he is confident that one day with sincerity, with commitment with discipline, I will not just be famous because this was not the ambition. The ambition was to be in service of the sooner and the knowledge of this Dean. So he said, I left my colleague alone, I wanted to accompany him in the seeking of knowledge, but we departed. And he says, I used to go. And whenever I realized that this companion has a story to tell, has a hadith to tell, I would go to ask this companion. In fact, in one statement of his, he says, on the masala on the single mess Allah, I would ask 30 companions at least.

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So he can tell you actually, that this must Allah, there are 30 views on it, or 20 views or 15. Or you can say to him, What is your delille? And he will say do you have a couple of hours to tell you my delille because I have 30 companions to narrate. So you keep quiet and go home. 30 companions, he says on the one masala. He's not just hungry for fame. No, he wants to learn constructively. So he says I would go to that companion and it's noon time. And in the Arabian Desert, people will be sleeping. He says And believe it or not, and visualize that he says, I will sleep under a tree in the street, waiting for us or time until the companion gets out of his house. And while I'm waiting,

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the wind will blow dust and sand on me. And I am resisting and being patient only because I'm waiting for that moment to meet that companion to ask him about this hadith in relation to aerosol sauce Allah.

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Now this sand,

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this sand today could be the sound of laziness, complacency, desires TV,

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isn't it? But he resisted that sound. And he waited patiently. Brothers and sisters are asking me Have you spoken about discipline? This is a narration or this is a story that you can tell to your children about discipline. He could have went home and waited for salata, Lhasa, he could have spoke to his companion at the mosque after Salah teleSUR. But no, I want to compete for something that is good. And the companion would get out. Imagine you're talking about a teenager, by the way, a 13 years old boy that is not just hiding under the tree to smoke, but waiting for that companion to get out to ask him

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and the companion the senior companion would go out and be shocked with the image of a young boy sleeping under the tree.

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And this is not just any young boy, he is the cousin. He is an Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam he is a relative. He's a Hashemite.

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He is abassi.

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And he would say to him, You have not yet you have no I'm middle Sunni, learn why you are here. He say I want to ask you a question. And he would say if you have told me I would have come and knocked on your door rather than you waiting for me. So it shows that the respect here is not for the age, the respect is for the lineage and for the closeness of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. That means the age of 50 or 60 is willing to go and speak to a young boy at the age of 13 because he is Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and he grew in knowledge and some of the companions passed away. And tambourine grew up as young people. And I've been a bass grew up as an adult, and people began to come to us, even our boss who is watching all this. Do you remember the colleague that said to him one day, who are you? The colleague looked from

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distance. And so this rising star, and he said something fascinating. He said higher than fetta mean, this child was wiser than me. No one went to that colleague. No one wanted to listen to anything from that colleague because he doesn't know much. Because he didn't sleep under the tree. He doesn't humiliate himself in the midst of a rising sun. He kept staying at home hoping or thinking that Who am I to compete with the companions? I am saying the story brothers and sisters, not just to tell you something about our dilemma. But to tell you something about yourselves. You need to move you need to progress you need to change your life. Don't say I am too young. Don't say

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I am a woman. Or don't say Don't say I am a man. Don't say that. I am living in a non Muslim society. I can't do anything. Don't live this crippled, disabled mentality. Because you will always be like the colleague. You will never be like Abdullah having Ibis. Abdullah having a boss who was called Alba, the sea, the sea, the sea of what? The sea of knowledge.

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He was the sea of knowledge when he wanted to be the sea of knowledge. And finally, we end with that child, Abdullah bin Omar, another fascinating character, because he is the son of a fascinating character. When also salemme passed away. He was about 22 or 23. I believe Norma died at the age of 85. They say that he was a huge, massive companion. Very dark in color. He had a weakness in his eyesight.

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And they say that his eyesight was extremely weak because he cried a lot out of the fear of Allah subhanaw taala very similar to his father, by the way, and he Scania was Abu abderrahman his family constituted of 10 boys. The names were Abdullah Salim, Obaidullah, Zaid, arson Hamza, VLAN, Wahid and Abdul Aziz. He had a total cold soda and soda got married to Aruba, Ebenezer Bayer, who is

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the brother of Abdullah, who is allowed to live in this debate, the first baby that is born in Medina, and also what and both odawa and Abdullah are the sons of Zubaydah, even one who is as well in law one that became a Muslim at the age of eight in Mecca. You see, you see how they link with each other. You see how decent parents bring decent children and decent children get married to each other to bring decent offsprings? Isn't this what exactly are so seldom wanted, when he made this drought while his legs were bleeding over law, save them I don't want the mountains to kill them, because there will be one day Muslim offspring This is exactly the generation that are so seldom

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died and anticipated that it will come into existence. Think like this brothers and sisters and think that you could constitute the continuous emergence of that generation that are so seldom included you in that Dora,

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Abdullah, Norma and again internalizing the values of Adam and manners, he has a famous saying he says

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Faina chemisorption and Mother adepta mother alimta, while homeschooling I'm Bill bill, Rick, what are he like? He says, I cannot give the literal translation take care of your children, give them a give them manners, teach them good manners, because my son and I, you are responsible for them, you are going to be asked that they have judgment for them, and I want parents to bring into their minds this idea of responsibility, you are responsible for them, you are responsible for what you told them and what good manners you taught them or even bad manners that you told them. And they one day, one hour says and they one day will be responsible for being beautiful to you.

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But they will not be beautiful to you unless you teach them to be so and like NSF, Malik slightly what NSF Malik brings his family and his children and makes the heart to them. Whenever he finishes the Quran, Abdullah Ahmad does a slightly different thing, but the same spirit. Whenever he breaks his fast, he brings his children and they were 10. And he brings his grandchildren and they were a lot.

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And at the moment of breaking the fast he would make the art for himself, for his wife and for his children. And he would say, I heard this, this is this is where to me. It's the first

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This is what I'm trying to bring, internalizing the values, the result of building those blocks in the semirara to Rasool Allah Azza wa sallam. Now he's in his in his 60s or 70s. But he still talks as if he was in his 20s. He says, Samir Rasulullah, saw Selim, says, Lisa, in the end, the afari, that are to Mr. Java. For that, who is fasting, there is an answer to prayer at the moment. So I'm bringing all of you to witness that. Now. Imagine when the children are brought, where their father and grandfather are breaking their fast and they are blessed with his dot.

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Something again, that is similar to NSF and mallacoota. If anything shows this coherency in the outcome in the product. It's like a company that is producing one line they would not photocopies, but I'm talking about the essence of their characters. You have under seven Malik again, seeing him in his dream and crying.

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Mohammed bin Zayed bin Abdullah and Omar, the grandson

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who is called Mohammed he narrates this quotation, he says, mother Cara Abner Omar.

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My grandfather never remembers our lawsuits are seldom without him crying. Again, the crying brothers.

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We cry if the dearest and the closest member of our family passed away for how many? I don't know 345 years. We are talking about people who lived till the age of 60 and 770. And whenever they remember us or sell them,

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but remembering our social means what that enjoy you say salani or tell him that in your Salah. Allahumma salli ala Muhammad Kama zuleta. When you go to the masjid hi Allah, a shadow Allah Allah, Allah shadow under Muhammad Rasul Allah, does that mean that they are crying most of the time? I don't know. But if anything, remembering our asylum, makes them cry.

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There are other quotations from his sons, like Hamza, for example. He says, I never witnessed my father have ever fulfilled the stomach with food. Anyway, the quotation is long, but just in a nutshell, our beloved Narmada never eats alone. And if anything, it shows the product of a sociable character. And by the way, just a small story, linking it with that, which I omitted from the last session, teaching children to be sociable. Once I saw a cell I wanted to fast. So he said to me, I want to fast today. Go and find me a companion, who would join me.

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So and I said, I went and looked and I brought Zane and inhabit zeta metallic was young at that. So Subhanallah children are, even when he went, he brought the child like him, and Zaid came. And also Selim said, Jose, I'm going to fast tomorrow, and come and join me. He said, You're a solo. I'm also going to fast tomorrow, and they would eat with each other and look at who's witnessing Tennyson Malik. So anyway, what SLM is doing here, never, never, if you could, nothing is wrong with that. But if you could, don't get into the habit of eating alone.

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So Abdullah never eats alone, and never fills his stomach. And who says this? This is known, but the one who says it in that context of his his son Hamza, now one of the 10 sons, he says, will lie if there were lots of food in front of my father's table, he will never fill his stomach with it. Unless someone is with him, or unless after someone enjoys the food, and he will eat the leftovers. The thing is not the food that he fills or not. The thing is that a Someone has to be with him, and that's it, and be that he will eat later. That's not the problem. And he says Hamza, he said, for the who Eben matea, one of his friends, one of his colleagues of our beloved Norma, he says, Have

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you ever been to one scheme and saw him extremely thin lost weight or blonde Norma and said to him, now you have reached an old age? Why don't you eat slightly and become a little bit strong?

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He said something that is again, looking forward not a suicide bomber but looking forward to meet the prophet SAW Selim soon but through natural death, but striving in service of the Sunnah of Prophet Mohammed Salah. He said, I have never filled my stomach since I was young. Now, when I'm close to die, you want me to break all these habits? No, I will continue to invite people to join me for food. Incidentally, I want to tell you something

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Again in relation to our beloved Narmada, which I think is a fascinating story, I believe. There were times that he spent in the mosque sleeping in the mosque.

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He wasn't homeless like Abu hurayrah in the sense that he wasn't among the people of Allah so far. A beloved member says that there was this habit daily habit, that whenever a companion sees a dream

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he goes to the prophet SAW Selim after the Salah, or saw Salim after the Salah sits and any companion with a dream, he will go and reveal that dream or also Selim will interpret that dream for him. And when the boy imagine this above normal living in that sort of culture, what is his aspiration, then, is to see a dream, to go and talk to you see,

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here what is the dream of the children of today is to become probably wealthy as to I don't know if PlayStation three came out or not, or things that are to do with buying something new our beloved Nirmal, who's living in the context of the city center, and the consumer culture and the sales, he is living in that context where competition is over, seeing a good dream and going to the salon to interpret that dream for him. So he said, I wished

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that I would, in any day see a dream. And Allah fulfilled that wish for him, but he saw a bad dream. And he got worried. He said, I dreamt one day

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that I was

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taken by two angels. And then I was taking to buy these two angels. And I saw a large gate.

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And inside that gate was hellfire.

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And I felt terrified in the dream his feelings. He was terrified when he saw hellfire.

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But then he said, a third angel appeared and said, Don't worry, law. Don't worry, don't worry. And the dream end.

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So the good news, don't worry. Don't worry, you're not going to go there. The bad news? Why did I see *?

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So the following day, he wanted to reveal that dream Tauruses are seldom but he was shy. You know, who is married to eresource Lm hafsa. hafsa is his his sister. So he went to his sister and said, Oh hafsa asked you for a favor. This is the dream, reveal it also sell him and tell me what does he say? And also sell them said to him that threw us off course. in Oman is a good man.

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Full stop.

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If he prays in the night.

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This is different than Omar is a good man. Only if he prays in the night. No armor is a good man full stop.

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If he prays in the night, you understand? He's good. He's good. He's good. He's good.

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This is why he's not going

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to hellfire.

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Full stop. If he prays in the night. That's why he saw hellfire. But he didn't enter it. They say that our beloved Norman after that interpretation, never left the head

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in his life,

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never left that job. Not to care about Russia, not to care about Muslim, never left to head

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priamo late.

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What about the dailies allows them if we are talking about someone who's making if he missed a shot prayer in the mosque, he says

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or actually it's nothing, nothing is his servant. And we can, by the way, give an entire course about the relationship between our beloved Omar and Natha he servant it will be similar to our SOS lm and ns. And by the way, knafeh now

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is the teacher of Maliki bananas.

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So Malik has been ns a lot of his filk is from Abdullah Omar.

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This is a fifth key link if you want if you're interested. In fact, that's why some of the people think that it's conservative. The fifth of mathematic is conservative because of Abdullah Omar is link

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as opposed to Abdullah bass who is more

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i'd love now that says that mother can hold the child the urine is hella fun. But pure love no more. No, he says it's nature's conservative. Anyway, this is fun. This is fun, but I'm just trying to throw you to the link now. Now let's go to NASA Now. If it says when Abdullah naramata missed the Salah in Asia, he would make the head up the entire night.

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Out of cafaro or compensating for the this is by the way, I just want to make this humble statement. We are talking about

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people and talk about statements that we cannot envisage. We are far away we go to Juma that said yo masala maybe a lot of us know we are talking about another another another another level. Those are made. Those are the products made in Mecca, those are made in Medina by also a seller. So they have to be unique. They have to be special.

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And finally, we ended here with regards to the characters. He was extremely associated with character. And I told you that also sell him when he built a sociable character. What did he do from the beginning to teach people to say Salam aleykum

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Abdullah Omar when he became old, he said this famous statement. I go out on a daily basis outside my house. I have no business. I have no intention to buy anything. My only intention is to meet people and for people to meet me and we say Salaam to each other in Nila rojo, Mali hajah illa and Salma Elena's or your Salah Manali that I say Salaam to the people, and they say Salaam. To me, what more of a sociable character you want what more of a successful litmus test for this outcome. We saw the blocks, we saw now the result of that building. We saw it in a person that gave the baotou malaria. We saw it in an ns that had hundreds of children. We saw it in Abdullayev in a bus that

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received the sun to teach the masses. We saw it in the life of Abdullah and Omar, who would not eat unless there is company and who is eager to meet all of you to say, just to say Salaam Alaikum.

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Brothers and sisters.

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We ended our session, we ended our course. What did I try to do?

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I try to introduce you to people that you might have not known about before I introduced you to Ennis, to have the lab nobis to have the lab normac. I hope that you love them more now. And I hope that one day you might want to know about someone that is called the hack, or someone that is called Selma, or someone that is called Abdullah Zubair, or booster. And I think that every one of those have got a story to tell every one of those have good memories of Rasulullah, sallAllahu, Alayhi, wasallam and certain values that he internalized. What else did I wanted to say? Well, I wanted to provide you with a nonmilitary account of the Sierra, I haven't spoken to you about better have I?

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Neither have I spoke to you about Honda

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Mecca, I intentionally didn't want to do that. Why? Because I want what is in between, I wanted to provide you with a civil account. And I hope in the future, we will shed the light and hold the camera. This time, the camera will not be held by children. Maybe we need women to hold the camera to talk to us about the sort of incidents that were happening to women, how women got married, and how some of them asked for divorce, how did they deal with their problems with their sons, and with their daughters and with their wives and with their wider

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More importantly, I wanted to leave you with this thinking brothers and sisters.

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It's not just a matter of successful parents. But before we have successful parents, we must have successful individuals. It is the individual that decides then to get married. And it is the criteria that will then shape the future of him and her and shape the future of their children.

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I wanted also to say by talking about the blocks that to show how complex it is to deal with children. Yes, we are talking about children around the Prophet. But I hope I have demonstrated that it's not easy to deal with children, and that you only need a wise person to know how to address their concerns and problems. And I must say at the outset, that these challenges are even more and more here in the West. And that's why I have sympathy and I pray and you should join me in prayer that Oh Allah help us in bringing our children Oh Allah help us to get rid of that snake. That could be a bad companion. That could be a cigarette. That could be

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something that is *. That could be anything that is bad drugs, anything. Oh Allah. Get us

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away from all these snakes, Oh Allah, let us read the chapter of a new to enlighten our minds and hearts, and to enlighten our route and way and give us more wisdom in dealing with our children. I wanted also to say to you something that do your utmost. And remember in the spirit of El Cap in Surah, t calf, Allah subhanho wa Taala protected those orphans because of their father. And they say that it wasn't their immediate father, it was their fifth grandfather, because their fifth grandfather was good. Allah subhanaw taala sent Moosa an order to build that building to protect the treasure under it in South Africa.

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Why am I saying this? Because I am saying do your utmost. Don't worry, don't panic, do your utmost try to apply these methods. And don't forget that law, or law, protect my family or law, protect my children, but a more constructive way, I think. And you might be shocked a little bit too, for me to bring it now. But I need to bring it is that parents if they want to protect and maintain their children, and they have to also begin to be good to their own parents.

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You need to be good to your own mother and father. And always think one day of this scenario,

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that if you abuse your mother and father, one day those children might grow, to abuse you.

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And I'm going to end it with this advice.

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This Hadith which says habla Mali, Allah, a dwama, who are in the most beloved action in the sight of Allah is that which is small action, but it's continuous.

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I know that some of you are all of you know, this Hadeeth. Yes, to pray to God for five years is better than to make the hatchet once every once in a while. But I want to look at it from another direction.

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When I first got married, again, and this is the final personal experience, so that you don't say I'm obsessed with anything or anything like this, I said to my wife, something.

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I said, We come from this teaching, where we need to work on the individual, and the individual then gets married, establish a good household, and then this household will be so good that it will influence and affect the neighborhood. And then the neighborhood will influence and affect the society and the society and then the state and then the hill off, etc, etc. Okay, now I'm an individual, I come from my father and my mother, I have a list of good things that I have learned. And a list of bad things that I have inherited from even my father and mother, and you the same, I'm talking to my wife, let's throw this list of the negative and the positive, and you draw your own

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list, the positive and the negative. And let's make sure

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that we get rid of the negative and pass only the positive from your side. And so I'm talking about genetic crossing here, the x and the y, let's pass only the positive, to produce a healthier offspring and a better household. But if we are going to replicate, if you're going to tell me, my mother did this, and I have to do this, and I say to you, no, no, my mother did this. And I have to do this, our children will not be like you and me will be like my mother and your mother, and we are then reinventing the wheel. We need to progress. I will take the best of your mother, you take the best of your mother, I'll take the best of my Father, you take the best of your father. Why am I

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saying this? Because we stopped reminding ourselves of that agreement that we did. And I suddenly when I read this, Heidi, I said Subhan Allah, the best action is that which is small, but is continuous. I said, What if I actually applied this hadith on this contract that I did with my wife? What if I reminded her and she reminded me of that contract? Why am I saying this brothers and sisters and I'm going because a lot of us get married and when we get married, we think this is an Islamic company, Islamic marriage, inshallah, we are going to read books together, read Quran together, pray together, and it continues for a month or two. And then I'm coming tired from work

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and she is pregnant and she is in a bad mood and I am doing this and then it fades away. All the dreams that we drew together. When Where is that list of my mother gone in the bin. Now we are thinking about the children and thinking about nappies and thinking about paying the bills and and and you need to focus on a simple action that you will discuss

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In yourselves, that you will do and continue to do. And that action could be small, could be a daily kiss to your child, could be a daily gift to your child could be anything. But the important thing that you are consistent and continuous and don't let this long period of your marriage affect the passion between you as parents as mother and father, which will then reflect on you as parents, to your children. I ended by praying that Allah subhana wa Taala get those who are not married, married, and I ask that Allah subhanaw taala

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bless them with the best choice. It's not just about beauty. It's not just about bringing beautiful children. It's about decency. It's about a faithful sister. That will remind you that will tell you, you are not playing properly. You are praying fast. I haven't seen you for a long period of time reading Quran Let's go together to Hajj Let's go. Why don't you today lead the prayer. Let's go and read from Riyadh Asana hain and you explain it. To me. This is the sort of wife I think that we should be looking at. Not Not me. I am that's it. I'm redundant. But you as bachelors, if they were bachelors, Oh Allah, make those children. Those baby that are in the womb of their mothers make them

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pious children come and encounter the first thing in the hospital be it in London or Manchester or LA or Leicester.

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Not the word of this midwife. Oh, what a gorgeous baby but a shadow Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, a shadow and Mohammed rasulillah adhan of Islam, Oh Allah, me, our children grow up, make them Oh Allah, pious people make them come and replace us one day on stage or alone make it easy for us or Allah forgive me for anything that I did. And certainly, I did a lot of mistakes. I made analogies that were inappropriate. I wanted to dramatize things but I only Ola and you know that I only wanted to make it intelligible, easy and accessible. And rest assured that if you heard attentively this audio material,

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you would have read that book in Arabic which I spoke about and men hedging nabawi feet or Viet

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