Hussain Kamani – Halaqa

Hussain Kamani
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No it's just Hutch so headscarf. We just came back from Hutch

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let me do this

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim Al hamdu lillah

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hamdu Lillahi wa Kapha was salam

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ala so he did a study of Hatha Milan via hilinski Ischia was Harvey hill at a My bad.

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Today I wanted to

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spend a few moments reflecting on a chapter of the CETA of Rasulullah sallallahu. It was sort of

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we will continue with the lives of the companions series Inshallah, in our next session with Elijah Allah. For today, I will have to spend some time reflecting on a particular incident from the life of the Rasulullah Salallahu Salam and the companions.

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This is referred to as the Hijra to Habesha

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the migration to Abyssinia.

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In order to understand this, a little backdrop, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam receives revelation at the age of 40.

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He lives in Macomb Kurama for 13 years, and then migrates to Madina Munawwara, where he lives for another 10 years, and then passes away at the age of 63.

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These 13 years in Makkah, Makara ma are very important, understanding them.

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The reality is that these 13 years can actually be divided into segments and parts.

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If you're someone who's not too familiar with Sierra,

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what I can do for you is give you a simplified timeline of what actually happens in these 13 years. Understanding this will help you appreciate

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the major incidence, their sequence and ultimately for today's discussion, the actual migration to Habesha.

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We hear these stories that during these 13 years and mcomber karma, there were atrocities committed by the Quraysh against the Muslims. We hear about the story of Bill Allah the Hola, Juan, the martyrdom of Somalia, or the Hola, Juan of Yes, or the Hola, Juan.

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What most people don't realize is that this open, absolutely brutal aggression, in its most raw form, actually happened during a small window. It wasn't throughout the 13 years, not to say that the Quraysh weren't aggressing

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against the Muslims during the 13 years, but that most intense period of it where things were out of control and Sahara Sahaba were being killed and Sahaba are standing on the sideline and they couldn't do anything about it and the police were bold and public about it.

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If there was actually a small window that has happened in

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those 13 years,

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then the first three years of Prophethood or Sonata, he's not

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invited people to Islam privately. This is what we call the period of the private call $1 A Cydia, the private invitation to Islam.

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The police knew something was happening. They had seen it, they had heard about it. They had flareups, but Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commanded the companions to keep it quiet in the data was person to person group to group.

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However, in that fourth year of prophethood, on a tsunami, he said that publicly invites people to Islam. This is where the prophet of Allah climbed the mountain, and said to the people, that if I were to tell you that there was an army on the other side of this mountain, a Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, would you accept it or not? Would you believe in me? And they said, Yes. And then he said to them, I warn you of the Day of Judgment and what lies on the other side of the grave. And that's where they went into rebellion mode.

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It was at that point that the Quraysh went into full aggression mode.

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Within a few within a small window, the aggression increased, increased increased. And they reached the point where they basically removed all bars and every clan went to seek out the Muslims that were few buried in their homes, and they pull them out and they begin to torture their own people. Mocambo kata ma went haywire, went wild.

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This is the period where a lot of the a lot one is being tortured Ababa the Allah one is being tortured. Somalia the alarm on high is martyred yesterday hola Juan is martyred.

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This continued. And in that fourth year of prophethood, the fifth year of prophethood. In the sixth year of prophethood, the fifth and sixth year, there were some incidents that occurred.

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In the fifth year when the torture was at its peak, the prophets of Allah Wadi was set on granted permission to the companions to migrate to Abyssinia to protect themselves.

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So group of companions love Mocha, mocha llama, and then there was a second migration to Abyssinia not too long after I'll explain the context of this first and second migration and why it's two tiered. The second migration has almost 100 people migrating from maca, maca to Madina Munawwara that's significant population of Muslims in Makkah in the world. And it's also a significant population of MCI itself, that 100 people left the city.

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This torture continued until in the sixth year, two major incidents occurred in the 60 year after profit. So when you think of that major, that very intense period of torture, it was between the third year of prophethood and the sixth year of profit. This was that window.

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In the sixth year of profit, two things occurred.

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And these two things put an end to that public torture. The first one was

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Hamza, the Allah one becoming Muslim.

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And the second one was six days later, Amara, the Allah wanted to come in Muslim.

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And when these two became Muslim, they made it very clear that this public torture was not going to happen. And people would not just stand there and watch.

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By the way, this doesn't mean that Sahaba were not tortured after that the difficulties remained and there were many challenges they faced, but it put an end to that era

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when the police saw themselves unable to

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release their aggression, physically against the Muslims,

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those two companions became Muslim in which year,

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six year after profit. Therefore, the police took a different route. And in the seventh year after prophethood they put the Muslims into a financial boycott that lasted for three years. They couldn't physically aggress

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against them. So they went for the financial route. And they locked them in for three years.

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Miraculously, Allah subhanaw taala relieved the Muslims from that financial boycott. It was very tough. During this period, the Muslims were pushed into a valley and almost them lived in that valley for three years think of it as like an open prison they were in

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the Pradesh would not allow resources in Muslim to secretly have to bring food in they would secretly bring water and secretly smuggled animals in for them to benefit from it was three very tough years, and many Sahaba actually died out of hunger and starvation. On what

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Allah when himself became very weak and other companions, they physically struggled tremendously. There are some narrations regarding what the companions did to live during that time he read narrations that have been purest to your eyes. It's very tough. But then again, miraculously that mirror that treaty of the coloration of the Arabs against the prophets of Allah who today with settlements have 100 law came to an end.

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Now in that 10th year of prophethood,

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as the as the boycott came to an end, Allah subhanaw taala tested or sort of loss of the law while it was set up in a different way. The 10th year of Prophethood became known and went down in history as the year of grief.

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You guys are following me, through years of private call, two years of public torture, first migration data Senya second migration of Abyssinia first and second migration to Abyssinia happen, and the fifth year, early sixth year, sixth year to people become Muslim to great giants. seventh year boycott starts ends in the 10th year. And then in the 10th year the year of grief occurs. And it's called the year of grief because three major incidents happened all in one year.

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The passing of Abu Talib the uncle of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who was the refuge for the Prophet of Allah from the Quraysh

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number two, the passing of Hadith or the Allahu anha I will thought it was the physical refuge for the Prophet of Allah and Hadith Allah the Allah Han How was the emotional refuge for the Prophet of Allah.

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Both of these pillars were removed from the prophets of Allah lism.

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And then the beasts of Allahu alayhi wa sallam was taught the ultimate lesson of the workweek of reliance on Allah, the ultimate lesson of a freefall by the incident of life.

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That was if you can, if you want to think of it as the ultimate preparation of Naboo ah,

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this is where the opening actually happened. This is where Allah subhanahu wa Tada gave Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the tools and lessons needed for Islam to reach where it is today. I will thought of leaves

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vulnerability. Here, these are the Allahu anha leaves that we said Allah holiday was cinemas in a very open space here that he was not mentioned open meaning you know, exposed. His two supports are gone.

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The books of Syrah mentioned that it was during this period, that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spent a lot of time alone and spoke very little to people

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went into his little place, very sad. And then he gained him and 1235 and that's where this development occurred. We're going to be so awesome went through

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a great test from Allah subhanaw and without a

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what we may refer to as humiliation the world that's what a person would view it as a person was humiliated. Also valets rom wasn't humiliated. He was tested by Allah and the test in life

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that we face before Allah subhanaw taala gives you an opening is how much you're willing to trust Allah. so the opening is granted in accordance to that.

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That Allah azza wa jal, Gibbs, when the time comes to give everyone has a window of being gifted. There is a significant point in each and every one of our lives that you see things open in a way that did not open before there was so much struggle right until that point. And Allah subhanaw taala gives based off of the reliance in silico is that you show the phase right before the for too hot right before the opening right before the opening.

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After sort of similarly sort of returns from five that marks the end of the 10th year. Now the Prophet SAW sort of lives in Macomb Akarma for two more years, two months and change two years and change. The incident of Israel well Mirage occurs in the 11th year, the Prophet of Allah then focuses attention to the people visiting Makkah during the Hajj season, that those that are visiting Makkah, the Moroccans have proven they're not interested. So minimal attention was given there. Another prophet of Allah was focusing outward. So in the first year, in the 11th year, there'd be some lot of Saddam interacts with the first group of Sahaba from Medina, a small group of them and

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then the 12th year after prophethood there's a larger group. They invite us who have lost a lot of sense to Medina, this larger group, he also interacts with them in the Hajj season. This is the

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large group of people who are performing hajj from Medina and they say to the Prophet of Allah and that 12th year is come and live with us. So in the early 13th, year after Prophet, the Prophet of Allah migrates, this is a summary of all 13 years. You guys understand this? This is a summary of all 30 years. I'll summarize it for you one more time. The first three years what are they?

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The private call, four to five is,

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like immense test against the companions. In the fifth year towards the end of the fifth is where the Hijra Abyssinia comes, which is what we're going to talk about today, followed by a second migration diverse India will cover both of these in more detail. And then we have in the sixth year

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the conversion of Hamza and Amara the Allahu anha, the seventh year

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the boycott, which lasts for how long? Three years, and the 10th year, three major incidents

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will fall to be tolerated number one, number two, passing of Khadija de la Juana number three, five, the 11th here is Ron mirage in the Marlowe city, Yusra with every difficulty comes ease, and two major incidents left before the Prophet migrates at the end of the 11th year the first group he meets from Medina during the HUD season. The following year, he meets a second group in hudge from Madina, Munawwara in 13th. Year at the beginning, everyone starts there hitting them all the hits, it starts by Rasul Allah slaps them begins his own Muharram, Sephora Viola was early 13th year, the HLS starts, everyone moves.

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Now we come back to the migration to Abyssinia. The migration Abyssinia happens in the fifth year after an Ebola right at that peak, one of the Quraysh are going all out. They are torturing the Sahaba they're thinking of creative ways to torture the companions.

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam begin to think, solutions first people what did they do? Allah subhanaw taala has not granted permission for the Sahaba to even defend themselves.

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They're not even allowed to speak back to the aggressor. It's a lesson of patience. It's a moment of forbearance and very logical.

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It's very logical, because if the Muslims got into the business of responding, and if they step into debate culture, that we're going to fight and argue right now, while they're still in their developmental phase, that people who the dow of Islam is supposed to reach will turn away from Islam because of the aggression from the Muslims because of early aggression. If the Muslims go in a hit them, they have more strength, they will hit back, the dollar won't go anywhere. In order for this to become something the natural cause will be or the natural path will be. There will be a call to Islam, there will be opposition, or the Muslims will need to be patient. And if they are patient,

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the people who are engaging in the aggression will see they're wrong through the forbearance of those companions, and then Allah will put * in their heart. It's not welcome. And then these people will be the ones that will accept Islam. And that's exactly what happened with Hamza the hola Juan.

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That's exactly why did hums out of the hola Juan become Muslim? Because Abu Jamal went too far.

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There's an incident I won't go into the details of it. But Abuja has approached us also Larsen and he went too far.

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And Hamza the Allah one saw this and he knew what was right. He knew what was wrong. And he said that you went too far, buddy. I'm on the same faith as you are, but you went too far. And when Hamza the Allah, one became Muslim. The people said to Abuja, *, that you converted him to stop.

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He wasn't even going to be Muslim, but you're the one who converted him. The same thing happened to the honorable poverty Allah one, where he went from being the one that was torturing Muslims, to becoming a muslim, and anger, anger, anger against Muslims, until finally he realized that he went too far. On one of your loved ones turning moment was when he hit his own sister.

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That was his turning moment

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that he saw his innocent sister. Your eyes open up when there is a moment of compassion. You have to see compassion through the aggression for you to see

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Eat what is actually happening? You have to humanize the aggression, not just view it as a mechanism of justice. That's how the operation viewed their aggression and mechanism of justice. How is that of the law one was able to see it through the compassion and love we have for all sorts of Allahu alayhi wa sallam, that boom became boom, and it was clear in front of him. This is a little right here.

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Because it was done it can someone beloved to me, and this person went too far. And I'll never be alone one was able to see it. And this was the most beautiful thing about it on one of the Allah one. He didn't need to see oppression and others, he had this amazing ability to see his own flaws first.

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So when he hit his own sister, how fascinating is that? In that moment, that villain led him to the conclusion that I am the oppressor. This is an innocent lady right here on the ground who's bleeding? What did she say? La ilaha illAllah. She wants to be Muslim. He didn't even know what her religion was. It's at that point that he asked her what is your religion? He reads opening verses of Surah Ha he becomes Muslim.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam began to think of ways to deliver relief to the Companions.

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So the Prophet of Allah Allah, He said, Saddam laid his eyes on Abyssinian, not because of the geography necessarily, not because of the climate necessarily.

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The reason why the prophets of Allah Hammadi was set in late his eyes on Abyssinia as a place where the companions will migrate those who wanted relief from this pressure in Makkah, was because of the leader there.

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The prophets of Allah while he was set them set low Hollub low herds to Isla other Habesha. If you were to go to the land of Habesha, for in the Bihar, Malecon youth Lamorinda, who hadn't fought in that land, lies a king, that no one will be harmed or oppressed in His presence. Its justice, even though it was not a land of Islam.

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Even though they were not Muslims himself, because as human beings, in order for us to function and flourish, we need peace and justice to things that people need for to grow, give these two things to people.

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Right. And if you leave them alone, without influencing them

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99% I'm telling you, they will find Allah on their own.

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Because Iman is fiddling.

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You just need to give two things to people and minimize their distractions, minimize the things that are pulling them away from their purpose.

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What are the two things they need?

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They need prosperity, and they need peace and justice.

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If they don't have prosperity, they will have to dedicate their life providing for their families and for themself. Because that's a need of human beings. We need to be able to feed ourselves take care of our needs. Right? You go into survival mode.

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And the second thing you need is justice and peace. I put those two together. Because the reality is one as a result of the other piece is a result of justice. If there's no justice in the peace that you're in is temporary, because it's at the cost of injustice. Today you're getting away with it because the poor people are being oppressed tomorrow your turn will come. There's no doubt in that. You've just skirted the problem. It's coming to you next.

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This is what Allah subhanaw taala refers to in the Quran. Allah the Bahama Home endure ama no human health.

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These two things that I said to you, Allah azza wa jal refers to prosperity in the Quran as a lady uttama home min Jew

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and that Justice and Safety Allah subhanaw taala refers to that in the I am in a home in hope.

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Similarly in the Quran, Ibrahim alayhi salam when he arrived in Makkah, he made these very same to us. Robbie Jr. had Ebola than Amina was Allahu Mina, Tamara, peace and prosperity

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for Abuja, alhaja Paladin

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Amina, oh Allah make this a safe city a peaceful place. Can you call center what is a hello whom you know Thermalright and grant the people of the city prosperity. Similarly in another place in the Quran, outside this is the last one. Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions that the absence of these two could at times be a punishment from Allah for Anelka. Hola Hola Bahasa Jewry will hopefully be my country's now

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that ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada inflicts hunger on people

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pulls away baraka and the risk for Dhaka. Hola, hola.

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So George Well health and takes away peace and safety and prosperity from them. If you got these two things to someone, and just leave them alone, and you minimize the distractions, like the wildcard after peace and prosperity because you would wonder people in our country should be Muslim. Well the issue is they're distracted.

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This is why vicar is so important and the removal of laferla is equally important. You have to remove distractions and just be in a good place. Vic adhere as a positive effort, are you remembering Allah but even if you don't have thicker, the fear of the insaan will lead them to Allah. Let me say Allahu alayhi wa sallam needs to offer them is looking for to offer them a place of peace and prosperity.

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Where does he see he sees Abyssinia for in Bihar Malecon youth l'amour in the heart. For him that land is a king, that no one shall be oppressed by him.

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Well, he also silicon Lana's truth

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had dijanna, Allahu lecan, Faraja and mimma and fee

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that if you need to stay there, you can stay there until matters become easier.

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So when the visa lottery was sort of gave this permission,

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a group of companions then migrated

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the first people to migrate that who I have to tell us first two people to migrate. These are the first people to migrate in the history of Islam ever. And if you wanted to push the statement a little further you would also say the first two people to migrate since Ibrahim Ali CERAM and his nephew loot

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the two people to migrate word of mouth or the hola Juan and the prophets daughter will call you out of the alarm on

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the visa de la hottie was salam sending it off they are the Allah who was one of the first people was a big relief and a lesson for everyone else that wanted to migrate that you leaving Mecca doesn't make you a second tier human being it doesn't mean you're running away. It doesn't mean you're weak, because he is sending his own daughter first. It'll get you out of the hola Juana that you will go it'll get you out of the alone one is the daughter of a sort of Lhasa Luddism that Missoula holiday was sort of wasn't going to go himself because he needed to be stay there and maca, for the change to occur for Dawa to exist for some to move on. But in this place, he sends locally

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Rhodiola Juana and see the amount of fun over the Allah one

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one of the Altima while commenting on the Hijra to migration he said,

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someone may think that migration to EPA Zinnia was the easier route.

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It was the cop out it was the sort of run away from the real problem. But he said no.

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How is how is it easier for you to leave your family behind?

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How was it easier for you to leave your wealth behind? How was what they're doing any easier for them to leave the Prophet of Allah behind?

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That every day they're just thinking, so then why did they go the reason why they went is because the Sahaba in Abyssinia, the reason why the Prophet of Allah encouraged them, in addition to it being a safety for them was it was also a safety safety policy for the Muslims. That if everything takes a solid left turn and MCCA what do we have guys?

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The second group out there, the dollar will continue.

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These people will head out to Abyssinia and they will stay safe. And if everything takes a wild turn in Macomb, Oklahoma, those are the people that will continue the dow of Islam until the end of times.

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So this group of people with a heavy rock on their shoulders Shalya Tom Bobby, I'm Allah writes with our Homer rasuluh Ilana who ushered two men had actually left rock and water authority

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that will be so awesome encouraged these companions to migrate he told them to do something that was very hard in reality that was leaving family behind leaving you're

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leaving your homeland behind what am shoe fill out on Bedini illa biLlah delay su minha for them to go to a land that they were foreign to

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what Ali said haha Lizano Hoon wala Dino ha Dino whom evil Habesha

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to a place that they didn't speak the language to a place that the religion wasn't even there's very vulnerable, but they went anyway because that was a command of a sort of loss of lawani was

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the number of companions that migrated there were there were 11 men

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There were three or four women. So more common position is that there were 11 men and four women.

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They went in the month of Raja

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That's two months before I move on. This is important. Rajab, Shaban Ramadan. Chawan. They live in Raja, and when they leave, they arrived for the port city.

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There is a ship they board the ship they had to Abyssinia, the Quraysh sent some people to

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retrieve them. But by the time those people arrived to retrieve the Companions, they had already boarded the ship and they were long gone. So they missed them altogether. They leave in Raja

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most likely arrive in Abyssinia end of Rajab, early Chabad

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there in Abyssinia for Shaban Ramadan, and they returned back to Makkah and Shaohua

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so how many months is this first migration actually?

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Two months and some more or less two months 11 Raja Shaban Ramadan, and then shall while they're already back in Medina, mocha mocha Rama, why?

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In the month of Ramadan, something happened.

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The Prophet said Allahu Allah He was said, after the Companions left to Abyssinia, this group of 15 people in total 1516 people, he continued to give Dawa to the Quraysh one day Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sitting near the Kaaba, the leaders of the Quraysh were there and the prophets of Allah who it was Saddam was reciting verses of Surah to najem

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when Nigeria either haha

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for the students that are here

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Surah najem part of it was revealed in early Makkah and the second part of it was revealed in late monka.

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Because instead of the najem there are also verses regarding Illustra. Well, Miraj.

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Those verses were revealed naturally as I give you the timeline, closer to the 11th year have profited.

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From Madonna Fidel Fergana Acaba, co CEO Adinath Aloha Illa RBD, Hema Oh Ha. And the students here will also know that this is actually quite common that in a particular sutra, some verses are revealed in one period and the second verses are revealed in another period. But the reason why they're paired together in one surah is because that's how Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam paired them together. This is what he taught us that the theme of the eye as in the Surah of the Quran is tofi that the theme of the surah as themself is most likely not Opie According to Jim hood, Mo fasudil.

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what all that means is that the the sequence of the verses in every Surah word guided and commanded virus what Allah said a lot as for the sequence of the sutras himself, sort of Fatiha being first in the Quran, and then all fourth 114 sutras, this sequencing of the Surah, according to majority of them will fasudil in the 114. In the exact sequence that we have right now was during was done during the time of Earth monoblock fun of a viola one that he sequence as soon as like this. And it's actually based off of narrations as well, there's, it's not like they just came up with it. The Sahaba were very particular about anything. But that exact 114 that we have in the sequence in the

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same way, most likely was a result of the amazing phenomenal effort of birthmark not found on the hola one.

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So now

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is reciting the verses of Surah najem.

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And while he's reading these verses, the prophets of Allah while he was setting recites the last verse of the Surah, that last verse of the surah. According to the Mufasa rule, scholars of the seed has an IRA to set that in there. And that was the very first I had to set that ever revealed. The first I had to set the out of the 14

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or 13, or 11, or 15, there's a difference of opinion there are 14, we're gonna go the honey three round here, out of the 14, I have to set the IR to such that that are revealed. The first one was from Siddhartha Niger. So when did we sort of know who it was? Let's go back to the image, okay. He's sitting near the Kaaba, he's reading Surah najem. he recites the last verse of sort of the NASM, which is I had to send you that the prophets that Allah

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While he was set up,

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because it's a verse of such that the Sahaba with him also did such that because it's a verse of said, however,

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the Quraysh also did such that

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they're not Muslim.

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The question is what just happened? Why are the police doing such that

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smell comes a game of telephone, the coalition Sajida someone saw it and went back home and told his people man the Quran and Sunnah Muhammad Sallallahu sallam was reading the Quran, everyone that says that around the Kaaba, sort of the Quraysh

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footnote here, when the Quraysh would worship they would bow but they would not do such that such that the putting off the forehead on the ground was unique to Muslims, and they would always make fun of the prophets have a lot of settlements, The Hobbit for that.

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Praying to God with their hands raised, they did that bowing down, they did that too. They have their own interesting version of Salah, but it did not include such that when the correlation is such the that was a very big ceiling what the curriculum is. Only Muslims decided that if the coalition says the that means they all became Muslim, that did not happen though. Now game of telephone. One person kills another person who does another tribe and spreads and then one guy is doing business from from from the Ejaz, this region, this peninsula, and he's out in Abyssinia and one of the Sahaba hear it that and what he hears is all the coalition become Muslim in Makkah.

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Makara mana is fully in Islam.

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The Sahaba and Abyssinia are amazed what everyone's

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Wow, that's a dream come true. Subhan Allah, Allah subhanaw taala granted Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the goal that he was searching for. There's no point being here in the city anymore. Let's all go back to Mecca.

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So in the month of Chawan, they depart Abyssinia based off of this misinformation.

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When they arrived in the outskirts of Makkah, the reality becomes clear.

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Nail Polish did not become Muslim. Not only did they not become Muslim, they were still as stubborn as they always were always worse, if not more.

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Now, this raises the question,

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what do we do?

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Do we enter into Mecca? It's not a safe place. It's very hostile. Or do we head back to Madina? Munawwara. I mean, obviously,

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we head back to Abyssinia.

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The Companions agreed, they were too close to Makkah to see the prophets face to head back without seeing him. They couldn't go.

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They couldn't go back to Episode Nia without seeing the promise of a lot of sediment checking up on it.

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This may be difficult for you guys. Because we live in a world of technology and tablets and laptops and pictures and videos and FaceTime. But in a world prior to all of this, where people didn't have the modern means of communication that Allah has blessed us with today,

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going into a country and not seeing your relatives was unimaginable. That was the first thing that you did. Even if you were on the opposite side of the country. If you had relatives in California and you landed in Chicago, you were going to drive to California to go and see them. That was a thing. By the way. When people came to America, I remember this. If we have relatives in New York, and they landed in Chicago, they drove all the way to New York, they drove those 12 hours because this was their one chance to see their family members and Allah knows if they would get to see them again. When we were young,

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when relatives would come from abroad, they would bring these cassettes with voice recordings of all of our relatives back home, and my dad would have all the kids sit down and he would play the cassette and say, This is your uncle, this is your aunt, this is your cousin now speaking, it was like a you know a voice. voicemail, right? But um cassettes, and they will and they would bring a cassette every few years a new cassette would come and sometimes they ship a cassette and sit down, the whole family would listen to it. And there'd be a cassette that would say only for abdulrazaq So my dad would listen to that one quietly because it was private information in there. Or they would

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say only for this person so that person would listen to quietly because it was their it was their private message. I don't know if you guys remember any of this or not. But this was how it was.

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So now the Sahaba are outside Mecca and the Prophet of Allah is there.

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How can they go back?

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The only thing that must have been on their mind. How is the Prophet said a lot. It's and what do they think? What do

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You think they were thinking about for two months?

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What do you think they were thinking about?

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I mean, if it was me, I would probably think, I mean, I'm not going to use the Prophet of Allah as an example. Let's he was my own child that I was away from for two months, and I had no way to communicate with them. My thought would be if it was my father, I hope he's okay. I hope he's alive.

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Considering it was a hostile environment, I hope he's he hasn't been hurt in any way. Without doubt, this is what the Companions must have been thinking. So now they want to enter into makup. But luckily leucotomos For hostile, you kept center in America, they will torture you. And these were the people that just left MCCA. So they committed a social crime against MCCA. And the leaders of MCCA, their honor was stained, that these people left MCI and went to Abyssinia. They were gone for two months only, but everyone in the Arabian Peninsula speaking about it, now that they come back, naturally, the adults are thinking we will show these people. This is what you get for defaming us.

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So in order to enter back into MCCA, what these people had to do was, they had to seek a dua

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in a tribal society.

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The way you protect yourself, is by aligning yourself with one of the powerful clans and tribes and seek their refuge.

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It was very important for these clans and tribes to every now and then, in difficult moments, give their refuge to a complicated individual. So they can prove that they still have the muscles to flex and that their refuge would be would be honored.

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It was a mutual thing you guys understand? If you wanted to enter, enter into a hostile place you needed refuge from a tribe to tribes in order to show that they were respected and that their word actually mattered every now and then what do they need to do?

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Step into a complicated situation and give those Amana that we give our word for this. So now the Companions they went to key individuals who they knew from before and they said Give us your refuge so we can enter the Mocha mocha Rama safely.

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The correct individuals the correct tribe said we give you our word go no one will touch you. If they touch you war.

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Because touching that person was no longer about an aggression against someone it was an aggression against their honor. And in a tribal society. Without honor, you have nothing. You guys understand the dynamics here. Right? This is all very important. So you know, you hear little stories of, oh, enjoy Haley times. One person, there was a story of one guy's

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camel crossing into another guy's field and he killed a camel and that guy's camel came over then he killed him. And which led to 100 year war. Have you guys heard those stories? This actually happened. These sort of incidents did occur, where one track one animal went into another guy's farm this guy's animal went into this guy's farm and these guys fought against each other. It had less to do with animal and more to do with

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tribal ego. That's what it was. Everyone had to prove that no transgression would go unpaid against our clan, even if it's done by a goat.

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Because if we if you can come into our land, and you come into our our our territory or come into our,

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our international our our waters and take your worship around and we don't do anything, we don't retaliate, that means were weak. So if you bring your warship into our designated waters, we will fire against you. Your aircraft comes into ours we will we will warn you once there's going to be a missile behind you. This is to prove that you don't just send things you bring a balloon into our country fly across our nation we will shoot it down

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because strength sovereignty

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there was a hobby so now the Sahaba one by one took their

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their gr and they entered into Mecca. Once the hobby specifically his name is Earthman NUMA the rune under the Allah one

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he's a fascinating figure by the way, amazing human being amazing personality, amazing story. If Allah gives us life until one day we'll dedicate a class just to his life with a modicum of the owner of the Allah one. He is the first hobby to pass away and be buried in Buckler

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from the module first one, and when he passed away to sue the loss and cried a lot. So Earth monument him with the ruler of the Alon one he wants to enter into Michael McCormack, and he does so by seeking gr from one of the leaders of operation and Waleed Abu Musa

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and Willie the blue hero.

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He takes his refuge he enters into Makkah

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He's untouchable. But courage can't touch no one can touch him. Even though he just migrated to Abyssinia and back. Why? Because who does he have behind him?

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Who does he have?

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Is what even more we're a small fish.

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He's the real deal. What he's been laid off is like the political power of Makkah. If you know Sita, if you know the prophetic biography, you know that name, well, he'd been little big deal. He's untouchable. This guy is literally driving up and down Manhattan with those diplomatic plates. Can't do anything. Now as he's walking around Mecca, what he sees is fellow Muslims being tortured.

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There's a conflict that occurs in his heart. This just feels wrong. I'm able to walk around freely while the prophet of Allah can walk around. I mean, there's a worry of him. My other fellow companions are being tortured here, I can walk around freely, and go shopping wherever I want. Go eat wherever I want, because I have well even Molina behind me.

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He didn't like it.

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If you just reflect on that there are so many lessons just in this part of the story itself.

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emotion that he's experiencing, can be summarized as the essence of Imam.

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There are a few Hadith coming into my mind that help us understand what he was experiencing. One of them is a statement of the Prophet of Allah, as we know in our COURAGING and widen,

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believers are like, one body, one hurdle. When I see a fellow Muslim in pain, when I see them struggling, I can't smile I can't just go on to live life as if nothing's happening. inish the guy I know who is the way in which the Karatsu is the calculo the Prophet of Allah said the Muslims are like one body if the eye hurts, the whole body hurts.

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Oh, ah the God also and if the head hurts, then the whole body hurts.

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When I narrate this hadith, I always share one incident that happened in my life.

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I'll share with you guys here to for your own benefit. When we were students in the mother, so

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this is early 2000, maybe 2000 2001 2002, something like this one of the early 2000s I don't remember the exact year, but you could check.

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America decided to invade with its allies, Iraq.

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Tony Blair and Bush both these guys, they were buddies. They said, You know what, we're gonna bomb that part of the world to bits. I don't know how many of you guys were alive during that time. But we were students and mothers.

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And I remember we had just prayed for this a lot. And the night before when we went to sleep, the news came they had just started bombing.

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So we went to sleep that night we woke up for Fajr Salah and after further salah, our principal and chicken Hadith chief use of Lima Allahu taala. He spoke to the students. And he said one sentence two sentences. He said last night, our brothers and sisters in Iraq started facing death.

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Statement number one, statement number two, I do not want to see any student in the dollar room and mothers are smiling, moving forward.

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And he left.

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I don't want to see anyone laughing. I don't want to see anyone joking. I don't want to see anyone in a good mood. People are dying. Muslims are dying right now. Let that settle in your heart inish. The guy in Chicago with one of them was the owner of the allawah. He says I can't walk around Mocambo karma with impunity, while others have are being tortured. So he heads back to a blog. The shops will either will either win muliro And he says to him, take your Juwanna back, take your protection back.

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Well, even Melinda says I gave you my protection publicly. So the only way I will take it back is if you give it back to me publicly and I accept it publicly. Right. So okay, so they head to the Kaaba. And while they're sitting there, everyone's there. He says that I and he says very nicely, very respectfully with my Muslim of the Allah Juan says, I sought protection from well, even Molina and he was the best of people. He was the most noble of them. He fulfilled the right of granting protection. He is the most honorable of people because this is true. We live in Malaysia I did nothing wrong. He said however, I give it back to him. I am in no need of his protection. I seek

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refuge with Allah

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will even Larissa

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Okay, I take it back

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of madmen with the role of the hola Juan sits down.

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The leaders of the Oakland A's are sitting there, the famous auto poet lobbied

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in that gathering, he says a line of poetry. He just gives the refuge back. He's sitting gives the protection back, puts away that safety net. He's sitting with the leaders of the Kurdish lobby, they sit in there and Labib says a line of poetry. Allah Kulu che in maha Allahu Boulting.

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Everything other than everything other than Allah is in vain.

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So when he says the statement of man minimum order, the hola Juan says to him sadaqa You are right.

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Everything other than Allah is in vain. What that means is, everything will come to an end. There is no true permanence that belongs to any creation. Permanence is for Allah, whereby all words were up because they will crop. The statement on the beat was true at our collusion Maha Allahu Battilana. Everything other than Allah will cease to exist, it's in vain.

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He then said the second line the beat said, we'll call Luna Iman la Maha Aleta Zulu,

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that every blessing will surely come to an end.

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Every blessing will surely come to an end

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with Mandarin Madrona the Allahu unset conductor. You have lied here.

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Now you want to join naughty liars zoo because Paradise will never come to an end. Paradise is eternal. The police did not believe in eternal life. He was refuting

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Libby was offended. That was my mother own refuted him publicly. He said to the clinician, are you going to let him go? He speaks to your top poet like this. The college got up and they gave him a beat down. They beat up

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of Manuel Morona the Allah one a group of people then came and saved him. Well, even Molina said to him, you know you can still have my refuge and to that of madmen Magoun or the Allah Juan said to him, la Hodge, Italy, Fiji, Warwick, I will not take protection with you. And my protection will always only p with plus with Hannah with this story of North London Maluma. The hola one is powerful because it shows us his Iman. Now, this is referred to as the first migration to Abyssinia.

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As flourish went back to business torturing the Companions, or sort of loss of a lot of said and then set to the Companions. You can migrate to Abyssinia again, if you want. Don't feel that because you came back you can't go

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that you left you came back you may think that no now it's expected of us to stay here. The Prophet says no, go seek safety protect yourself protect your lives if you want to no problem at all.

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So the second migration to Abyssinia happens.

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this is in the sixth year after profit at

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83 men

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and from the women there were 18 of them.

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Just over 100 people 101 83 men and 18 women over 100 people.

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So the law said Allahu alayhi wa sallam appoints Jaffa ibn Abi Taalib Rhodiola one as the Emir among them.

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According to the Hello sphere, there is a debate on whether of mana the Allah one went back to Abyssinia the second time or not.

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It seems as if the scholars are of the position that Athan of the Allah one did not go the second time he only went the first time then when he came back he stayed with the Prophet of Allah right till the end. Allahu Allah. There's some discussion here among the historians. So for the second group Rasul Allah says that I'm points Jaffa but I'll be talking about the Allah one

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like this there are other companions as well who there is a doubt about because whether they went again, we are told that Eminem was rude or the hola Juan went as well to Abyssinia. His name is there

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the issue is

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the first migration took place to have the senior How long did they go for two months in some the second migration that took place. They then came back in the sixth year after Hijra 10 years later, more than 10 years. You guys understand? They spent almost 13 years away from a sort of loss of law.

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under Saddam. So if even Masuda the Allah one went and how was the present in butter? Because he killed Abuja.

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So one group of Sahaba one group of scholars, they said given a suit of the law one was not in the second migration he was in the first one.

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But now there is any wire from another Sahabi. Who says that when even Masuda de la hawan came back,

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we at that point, we're no longer permitted to greet one another insula. That's another anyway,

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that whenever the Masuda de la Juan came when he came, we were no longer allowed to greet each other in Salah and greeting each other in Salah was something that was permitted in the early days of Islam. So that means when masu the Allah when I was gone for a lengthy, longer period, right, this is what you've been playing around with Allah here it says that the Sahaba who returned from Abyssinia, one of them returned at the end of the one group of them returned at the end of the first migration. The second one returned in the year of hybrid 60 year after profit and 56 year after profit. And there was one group that returned somewhere in the middle as well. Somewhere in the

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middle there was a third group of people the middle claim he says

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in mind, you're gonna have so many Quinella who called metal okra Cobla battery for your kulula Who falafel cada Matic, which means that there were three times that they returned not just to, again, this is a point that's that carries a little detail. And this is more for the students that are sitting here so you can appreciate the timeline and understand the historical incidents that occurred that when the Muslims make the second migration to Abyssinia, this is where this famous incident takes place. The holidays are very frustrated. 100 People go that's a significant population and Muslims. Also significant population of MCI just disappeared. They all went and 100

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people traveling first it was 15 people that traveled 16 People that traveled small caravan that's going 100 People going across Arabia and then traveling over to Abyssinia and they now have a whole locality in Abyssinia This is a big deal. And the college could not tolerate this so they sent two people to go and bring them back from them was Ahmed gonna ask them if your loved one

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I would have been awesome the hola Juan when he arrives in Abyssinia. He comes with many gifts and they offer gifts not only to the king of apples, not only to the Joshy, the king us Hummer, but he also gives gifts to all of the

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the priests that are by his side.

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All of them all of them gives them all amazing gifts to win their favor. He then says to a Joshi, I'm going to assist in the Joshi that there are some young people among you, from our community. They're naive people, they're a little caught up these days, they have some crazy, crazy ideas. We're very worried about them, we don't think it's safe for them to be so far from their families in your land. They haven't really given us too much thought. So the elders of our community feel that the best thing is for them to come back home so we can take care of them and look after them and provide them the care they need. So manipulative liars.

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They're killing somebody out of the Allahu anha and Yasa, the Allah one and they say we want to take care of them. But this is how abusive people are.

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If you ever talked to someone who's come out of an abusive relationship, the abuser.

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In their mind, they're so twisted. They believe their abuse is the ultimate compassion for the abused. That mother in law, that father in law that has been that wife, that cousin, that relative, that friend, that teacher, they think that their abuse was actually mercy for the other person. That's how these guys think

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the Joshy was adjusted person. If this is true, then in that case, they should be returned, because their caregivers are in another place. And that's where they should be with their caregivers.

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So in the Joshi, he calls in the Muslims.

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When the Muslims come in, and they see how might have been asked there and they see the trick that he's playing, they are worried why are they worried because none of these people have a direct previous relationship putting the Joshy on have been asked us. He had come to Abyssinia multiple times they had a trusting relationship. This man came with gifts, showing honor to the Joshy in his court, and these were just average people that had just moved to the land.

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Suddenly now she said to the Muslims, present your case. What is going on here? These people are saying this. What is your story?

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It's at that point that

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Jaffa Ibn Abu Talib Rhodiola one. He takes the stand and gives this very passionate speech. Such a beautiful speech

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and I'm going to share his speech

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so much inspiration there so much to learn from his words. If you reflect on his speech, you will see that he wasn't just talking about his circumstance or the circumstances of Jai Helia he was talking about America and 2023

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he was talking about us

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and then he talks about how the Prophet of Allah made such a big impact on society and changed their lives. Jaffa the Allah one said, you had Malik couldn't comb and Elijah Haley yet and now because now we were a people who lived in ignorance and we worship idols.

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Just like us, we say we believe in Allah. But in reality, there are idols that distract us from our Tawheed

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idols of the neffs

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idols of politics. Muslims these days have a much easier time bowing down in front of their political parties than they have fallen in front of Allah subhanaw taala.

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When it comes to aligning with their leftist or right leaning identities, it's much easier for them to go on social media and regurgitate the left and right arguments

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to you know, this repeat the same nonsense without being critical of any of it, whether it aligns with Shetty, our or not, whether it is a part of the Quran or not. And in places where it contradicts the Quran, it's easier for them to bow in front of those idols than it is to do such that in front of Allah.

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People have so he there are very few.

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It's not easy to find people who will change their position and change their perspective simply by the recitation of a verse.

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How you know, a person's Iman is strong. When you see them change their life, just by hearing revelation.

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Regarding memorable photography, Allah one one of the descriptions that you find in the books of double caught and see her kind of coffin and the Kitab Allah

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wa coffin, in the Kitab Allah what this means is when Amara de Allah one heard a verse being recited, everything else stopped. He changed his position if someone quoted if I'm going to the Allah one was convinced of one thing, and someone I cited an eye of the Quran. Instantly he changed his position. This is the new position what changed the eye of the Quran was referenced. Although the Allah one was upset, because he felt that the Prophet of Allah did not pass away, he had just gone to meet his Lord, Savior Abu Bakr silica the Allah one recites the Ayah or Muhammad Allah rasool Allah, Muhammad Allah rasool Allah Khaled many of the heroes he thought the Prophet of Allah

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couldn't die that's what I'm going to be Allah one was under the impression of FA Mata or put in a lotta Mala calbiochem Abu Bakr Siddiq, it along recites the ayat I'm going to the Allah one falls to his knees and he cries because you realize this, this is right. The Prophet of Allah has passed away.

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Well coffin in the capacity that how you know why he is doing its thing, how you know that the dean is making its impact on you, is that you will change for the Dean the Dean won't change for you.

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This is the issue with jumping between my diet.

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You don't ever know whether you are changing for the dean or if the dean is constantly just changing for you.

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Because for most people that jump between my dive it has less to do with any sort of intellectual rigor and more to do what what I feel I need to do in this moment. Accommodating someone's need is very different from constantly just changing Islamic law nonstop to find the easiest option out and therefore having zero submission to Revelation.

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When you stick to a particular school of thought and commit to principles, that this is a system that Muslims follow for over 1000 years.

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Honestly, when I find people when I when I see people who struggle to appreciate fifth in the medina him, I worry that it's an issue of ego and arrogance.

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This is these are systems that have existed for 1000 years. Billions of Muslims lived by this system, these systems

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and the ego and today's Muslims want to study the least but have the loudest voice.

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Wow, man.

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That's a lot of guts.

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I don't know if I should say this

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Next part can get in trouble for saying it.

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They say the loudest dog has the weakest bite.

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I'm not saying they say

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the loudest dog has the

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weakest bite. This is by no means a claim that the these schools of thoughts, and these muda him, each of them are 100% perfect in every way, because we're all human beings, right. But that marginal, you know, probability of error is being blown out of proportion. And the whole thing is being treated as if it's some childish exercise that a few people engaged in at some circuits.

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We're talking about a tradition that has been peer reviewed for 1000 years.

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With the most critical lights, personally honest, honestly, I feel very comfortable by aligning, aligning myself with him madhhab I feel safe.

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Because I know the system that I'm with a system that I'm attaching myself to

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represents the opinions of highly intellectual critical, God fearing people who kept positions consistent, regardless of the politics of history.

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Whether you look at Islamic law in a liquidity shutter require or hedaya, with the politics changing their filter did not. It didn't change. Muslims today, our opinions change with the changing of politics. Right? By the way, I'm gonna I'm going down a rabbit hole here. But I have to make one disclaimer. This doesn't mean that football hard did not take off into consideration. There's a difference between them taking the norms of society into consideration and being pressed and squashed under political pressure. I'm talking about the first they never did. The second they always did, meaning the political pressure part. They didn't flatten out underneath that. But taking

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the norms into consideration that is what a fuck he does. That's what a mush the head does. This is what a Mufti actually does.

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not boodle us now, that's where we went off from, in a world full of idol worshipping.

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He says guna Coleman, Elijah Heliot. And we were a people of ignorance that worship idols. And the more you look at society, you find that there are different idols worship with varying levels of loyalty that are owed to those idols.

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I don't really relate to this stuff to be honest with you. In the world that I live, I spent most of my day between a seminary a masjid and home. That's my day. But for people who live outside of this, the idols are innumerable How many are there? The other day one sister in our community was saying to me in our own budget, she was saying to me that these days young people are into Kpop

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and I was like, wow, okay, what

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and then I'm I don't remember the names but they were what were the names

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you know, the names that don't make that

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shift machete Russia and then

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they were naming all the all these musicians like you know, oh, this band they're doing a show and there's a fear that this band may break up right now and all the girls are really worried and they're saying they really hope the band doesn't break because that will break people's hearts and

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what's going on

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they've lost it man.

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They have like their musicians names tattooed onto their skin.

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Only if we had that much love for Allah not the tattoo part. The commitment why Levine? Shut the hood Bonilla.

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nombre de los now.

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See people who love Apple products talk about Apple. think Wow, man, that's some serious love right there. People who love Tesla, the Tesla people the worse.

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They just kept stopped being refunded.

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It kind of reminds me of like the poets that would write poetry on the

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See it or something you know, they just keep going you just have to give them a reason to talk. You would say electric and they would start even though you're the rest of your word is going to be toaster

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but they just started Why isn't your electric shoulder they keep going and going. I was I was for sale. Everyone's given by how to Elon Musk.

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Nevertheless, now

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not couldn't meet no consideration of what we were eating savages. That's what today's world is again.

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What are we eating? What are we putting into our bodies? Nobody knows.

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You guys know, Twinkies are here. They don't make them anymore. And the regeneration

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and then what wasn't?

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There? I don't even know where to start on this one. Because there are like, there are things that we eat in America as a part of our diet on the most advanced economies in the world. That only Allah knows what it's doing in our body.

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carmindy doesn't Carmine.

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know some of you guys don't know. Do you ever hear someone say that? The red m&m is haram.

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It's because of karma.

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I'm not passing a fatwa here is a no one should it's a matter of if they laugh and how the football Ha, it's not a joke, you shouldn't just make a mockery out of this thing. But there's a serious question there. And that is that in order to attain this pink red color that we have in a lot of our food today,

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not just in m&m, but in juicers, a lot of the things that you find that are red or pink, in color, if you actually open the ingredient, look at the ingredients, you'll find this common ingredient they're searching, it's rare to see Carmine, and

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it's a red dye that's taken from beetles, they actually take insects and they crush them. And then from there, they extract the the red color, which makes its way into our food. And that's how you have that nice red pink tone. Carmine so that's where the data came from. Is it okay to eat the red m&m or not? Because that's where the color comes from.

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And then, you know, subway had to change their bread ingredients like 10 years ago, because someone did an expose on them, where they had an ingredient in there that was used to make tires, illegal to consume in all countries of the world, except for two Americas And

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America is one of those countries. This is the stuff that we we don't even realize it, the sort of nonsense that we put in our bodies. And then in order to solve all these problems, all this garbage and nasty pesticides were putting into our food in order to solve these problems. Now, we have this very dense pharma pharmaceutical industry that has over the over the sold and lobbied and marketed. So we are a slave of a problem that we created are feeding our body. God knows what chemicals into cannabis chemicals, we need more body, more chemicals in our body and people are wondering, why do we have all these diseases? What are we doing? Classical medica medicine was based around the idea

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of balancing the human body through organic material

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through organic ingredients.

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And no I'm not a tree hugger

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I'm the exact opposite of that. Not could have made that

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one up till Fela hash mark dollar harm the sequel gr yet couldn't call human life, all the social,

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sort of

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all the social norms that were ill and were immoral that you can think of existed in us. We were not a good people, not sort of knocked our hub that we would break away from our own family members. If it meant to gain a little bit more recognition in society. We would turn away from our own the summary of our culture was yet critical human life

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we look after the wealth the strong went forward and the weak fell back. And not just that the strong eight from the weak. This is fascinating. Look, wealth is not a bad thing.

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It's Tomic perspective on wealth is that wealth is good. It's it's a result of adding value to an economy.

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Any wealth that adds value to an economy is good wealth. But if your wealth is at the cost of devaluing someone else's profile, or hurting another person, that's not good wealth. So my mother here for example, he becomes wealthier because he starts off

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by making one pair of shoes and then he has 10 pairs of shoes and 100 production, it's good. Well, he's adding value to the economy.

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The second way he's making money is he's not adding any value to the economy. He's just paying people less and taking away money from them and taking away their benefits. That's not necessarily true praiseworthy. It's true different perspectives here. Yep, critical human life. That's what our economy became what our world became. For canola daddy Cohutta Abarth Allahu Elayna Rasulillah Mina, and this is what life was until Allah sent a messenger from us. Not only for NASA who was cipco who Amana to who I thought we knew who he was, he didn't just pop off anywhere. He was one of us. We knew his lineage, renew his truthfulness, we know kind of person he was. Well, I thought the whole

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very important i Five refers to His purity, his nobility, this was not a person that was just looking for fame or looking for you know, looking for some satisfaction of his carnal passion. It wasn't after petty things this was the real deal. This was Muhammad salallahu salam

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for the honor it Allah He called us to worship Allah. You know why the who were not able to who

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not know about when I'm doing the gelato fan, he called us to believe in one Allah will be 16 Hadith Eva Amana was silica Rahim FirstEnergy you are will cuss while caphyon and Mahara me with Dima when a Hannah and Fela issue Akona Zuhdi workmanager teamie market film snotty that His Prophet told us to be truthful, and to fulfill the trust and to build family ties, and to be kind to your neighbors. And he told us to stay away from that which is prohibited by violating the honor and spilling the blood of another. He told us to stay away from immorality and false testimony. Remember that justice that we talked about, because if you don't, if you can't control the problem of lying and false

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testimony, your court system means nothing. Your judicial system could crack right at the point where your word that we're proof no longer holds any value. If a judgment of proof holds no value, your judicial system is cracked.

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In order for people to have trust and a government, they have to believe the government gives them justice. And in order for that just to be given the verdicts must be trustworthy. And the proof presented in the court must also be trustworthy. And this is done this way. Stan takes false testimony very seriously, because it'll crack the justice system.

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You can't have false testimony. The punishment will be very severe on a zoo. Let me so sort of said no false testimonies, no lies will occur will actually model the team and he told us to stay away from the wealth of the orphans and from making false accusation against

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noble women of our community. So then he says the Prophet of Allah I'm going to remember Sona it was a karate he told us to pray Salah again this is prior to Israel will Mirage there still was Salah we just didn't pray five times hello so when you say that when he says the Prophet told us to pray Salah Muslims were already praying at that point was the cat here refers to nephila As far as the car comes in Medina, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us to give zakat charity, he teaches us to be charitable. So we believed in him, and we accepted it. And we follow it upon his command. And at the end of all of this, our people oppressed us

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and this is why we are in your land.

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Now Joshua, when he hears all of this

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you're saying you were in a particular state, he brought a message, you change your life, you people oppressed you.

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What needs to happen now is I need to examine the message. What did he give you that brought such change? As ma Camino Quran a che Do you have any Quran with you to read present a sample of the Quran? Jaffa gonna be thought about the Allah one recites the opening verses of

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Surah Medea

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the Joshi hears these verses and he begins to cry. He cries and cries and then he says that

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the revelation of Musa alayhis salaam and this what you recited, were taken from the same lunch

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he's an intelligent man, that analogy is perfect. He gave a very good minimum scarf and a very good very good analogy that he gives in the heather well of the Jabby Musa yes Roger Muscat and why that they both because knowledge is light. And the example of a lantern is light. So he says they both came from the same and then he says to I'm gonna been asked get out of here. I'm not sending them back with you. I'm gonna have been asked leaves the court in a state of failure

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While he's leaving he says to his buddy because two of them came from Makkah that I'm going to try one more thing his buddy says don't do it don't do it. I mean we got away let's just leave this where it is we didn't get we didn't succeed. He said no, I'm going to try again. So he comes back to an injection the next day and says, you know this faith of theirs that you said come from one let one lantern it comes from the same source, Mossad, Islam and Christianity and Judaism it all comes from the same source of this revelation. Well, their revelation doesn't have good things to say about reciting Surah

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How could it be from one lantern

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a Joshi calls a Muslims and says to them, read for me something about a Sally Sarah

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This is very important. I'll share this last bit then we'll conclude

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for ourselves in a human ledger, she you Yes. Illumina Lisa Fernanda Rasulullah Joshi, when the messenger of Natasha came to the Companions, he lay him all about the Sahaba to label them. And he said to them that tomorrow Natasha is calling you and you will present the Quranic opinion on Lisa what does the Quran say about ASA? So some companions said the others matter the Quran recently Madame Edessa Allah Kumar C'mon, who that tomorrow when he asks you about a sunny sun, what are you going to say? Because clearly our belief regarding an ISA is different from what they believe Callooh Nakuru Allah Hema caught Allah.

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They said we will say what Allah said.

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Well, wah

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wah MA and Abby Hannah Yuna got in and feed Attica now. Huacaya. Whatever happens, let it happen. We will see what the Prophet said.

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What's the lesson here?

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Don't change for people be unapologetic?

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It's not our deen. This is the deen of Allah. Someone asks you something. What does Islam say about this? You tell them the open, be straightforward, be clear. There's no need to beat around the bush or create nonsense. No one wants to hear your version of Islam. Your version of Islam is meaningless. What they want to know is what is Islam? What did the Prophet of Allah say? What did Allah say?

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That's what matters. So then he comes to Natasha the next day, and he recites some verses of the Quran and shares the Islamic opinion regarding a Saudi so ultimately Nigel, she picks up a other man house with him. He took a small stick from the from the from the ground in front of him. My other isa Medea maculata had a look at what the Saudi Suriname is in what you said is exactly the same. That he said it's the numbers not Son of God is a messenger of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. And this shows us that the Joshi was a Muslim. He is the only person for who are sort of Lhasa Allahu alayhi wa sallam prayed Janaza Viva

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you know, in absent phenol prayer, it was for the Joshy because there was no there's a hobby to lead a janazah maybe saw some letters and as himself.

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So this summarizes the story of how Masha so much recovered and there was a lot of there were a lot of lessons there was more to be said to, but it's a lot of time now. So we'll conclude here. We pray that Allah subhanaw taala accepts events to learn from these beautiful lessons from the life and loss of life. Or said Allah ha let us know Mohammed Saramonic

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what time is that Anthony?

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