Stories of the Companions 09-01-2024

Hussain Kamani

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For raised like a child of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Jaffa was brought into the home of Abbas by the hola Juan

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and therefore grew up in that environment in that household and was taken care of. He is also one of the first to accept Islam.

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Some scholars this Tim in the very early the early handful that accepted Islam they have his name listed there. While others like ignorance hop have said that he was the 31st companion to accept Islam said I'm some I put them in the mid 20s 2425 around them. But most likely he was one of the earliest companions to accept Islam after the first four or five jobs one of the Allah one was there, because he saw Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Abu Bakr Siddiq or the Allah hawan knew that he was close to the Sun allah sallallahu alayhi wa salam and every aspect so he presented Islam to him.

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When we turn to the life of Joshua, the Allah Juan, we find some very beautiful lessons and stories.

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We see his love and closeness to the prophets that Allahu Allah He was set up.

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We see the sacrifice that he took on for the sake of this Deen. And not only did he migrate once, but he migrated twice in migrated in the earlier group of companions to Abyssinia and then later on from Abyssinia. He migrated a second time he performed hedging a second time to Madina Munawwara and I've explained this issue before that hedge it up wasn't a small sacrifice, it was a massive sacrifice. Because it basically meant you were leaving your house behind you're leaving many of your strong hard assets behind and starting, quite honestly again. So he did that once by moving to Abyssinia and then did it again when he arrived in Madina Munawwara

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in the story of Jaffa the hola Juan we also see his intelligence, something we'll study a little further when we discuss his dialogue with Noah Joshi the ruler of Abyssinia

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Java the Allah one was also described by the Companions as a very generous person that when they were hungry or thirsty if they were a week they would go to job for the hola Juan and whenever he had he would share it with them.

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And the last big lesson from Java the Allah one that we will learn today is a Shuja I will never doubt that he wasn't someone to hold back. Jaffa the hola Juan was a courageous man and when the time called for it, he pushed forward and no matter how thing how hard things got, he did not pull back. He kept going forward and kept going forward. And that was a beautiful thing about these companions that difficult times didn't

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cause them to recede backwards. When things became difficult and hard. They didn't fear because they knew that by their side was Allah subhanaw taala and they had the DUA, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so that the difficulties come, we will continue to push forward and even if it means that I have to sacrifice my life, I'm content

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and happy and knowing that I will find my companionship with the prophet of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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When things became difficult in Makkah mahkamah for the Companions, Jaffa the Allah one along with his wife, a smart been to amaze, sought permission from a suitor Lhasa Allahu alayhi wa salam to migrate to Abyssinia.

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This wasn't something easy for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam neither was it easy for Jaffa. There were a few people that believed in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from his family. In Java the hola Juan was the closest of kin to the prophets of Allah, Allah He was. Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw that in these very short five, six years that he spent with the Prophet of Allah, Giacomo, the Allah one group, he accepted Islam before the Prophet of Allah even arrived in the Archon so before there was a group before there was a congregation. While there were just a few people spread throughout Mocambo Kurama he was one of those people. We have more people

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in this gathering right now. Then the number of people that existed around Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when Jaffa the Allah Juan became Muslim, right before

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5060 companions there but when Java the Allah one accepted Islam, these hand full of people had the direction director what you and attention of Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. That's one of the beautiful things about joining

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a teacher and a Murghab be when it isn't cool to join that

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teacher or to be by the side of that model. There's a special attention that you receive. There are special Diaz, there's a special guidance. There's a very personal intimate relationship that exists, that along the way small adjustments are made, that you should rethink this like this, you should reconsider this issue and think of it that way. That personalized attention Javo or the Allahu Anh received and now when you see that this the see that you put into the ground is beginning to blossom and he's become the great leader and eloquent speaker that he is. He seeks permission from Rasulullah sallallahu ala he was summoned to part of you said Allahu Allah was Saddam was very heavy

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in his heart. But he granted permission to Jaffa, the Allah one. He migrated along with his wife, a smuggler, the Allah Juana and some other companions to Avicennia. Little did they know that when they arrived in Abyssinia, they thought that they were getting away from the oppression of the coalition, but the Quraysh, we're going to follow them the coalition we're not done because these were people of name, and suppose it honor, they could not bear the fact that the story would spread throughout Arabia, that the Quraysh were unbearable. They weren't just they were oppressive people, they couldn't take care of their own. You know, how like in our community, when things get tough,

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and you know, people are more worried about what people will say, than actually dealing with the reality that what are people going to say so and so got married here? What are people going to say that so and so person's child went to study here? What are they going to say that you know that so and so person rather than living with his parents in his same home, he took a career in another city, people are so worried about what are others going to say because there's an obsession with, you know, my own image, and college, couldn't accept that they were harsh. They were oppressive to their people rather than turning their attention to justice, softness, fulfilling the rights of

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others, they sent to people immediately to go and bring these people back, do whatever it takes. Now the two people who had on this journey, one of them is Ahmed have been to us but later on becomes Muslim for the Allah one. And the second one, there is a little bit of a difference of opinion among the historians. And one narration that Imam Allahu Allah narrates, he cites the name of Amara going Waleed.

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But then, the second opinion, which is more common among the seer is Abdullah bin Avira, Bihar.

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These individuals arrive in Abyssinia. And I'm going to an OS has a relationship with the Joshi, the leader from before. He's coming here multiple times for business and trade. He's an intelligent man. He knows the people around he knows the layout of the court. He knows the people that sit around the king.

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So when he comes to Abyssinia, he doesn't come empty handed. He wants to win everyone's heart, therefore applying a little bit more pressure on the Joshy to persuade him to send the people back with him. When I'm going to an OS

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arrives in Abyssinian

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when the Sahaba hear of this, you can imagine how terrified they are that these guys they won't leave us alone. It's like I just got out of this abusive relationship and that guy's knocking on the door again. They were terrified. They were very uncomfortable. And then they saw I'm gonna be honest with you, Allah Juan's finesse, have intelligent he was on the sentiment of the Allahu anha, who was one of the people that was there in Abyssinia. She narrates the full rewire of what happened.

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She says that I'm going to be honest with you, Allah Juan came to the court of Najafi bearing gifts. And to all the people who sat in the court of Najafi from the religious folks to the political leaders. He gave every one of them individual personalized gifts, including the Joshy. And there was not a person left in the gathering but they had received their gift.

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And then

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he began to speak.

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He says to the Joshi

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that there are some people in your community who will have run away from our community.

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They turned away from the religion of our forefathers and they cause disruption in our community.

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These are people who are young and they're not too intelligent. They're not thinking smart. They're not capable of making their own decisions wisely. So I come to you on behalf of my community, asking you to do the right thing and send them back to mocha mocha Rama under my possession.

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The Joshi he turned to

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by his advisors, and they were gifted, lobbying was done. Their pockets were nice and flush. So they jumped into support ometer grace, that why don't you send them back? It's not a big deal. It's inconsequential. We know this person. What he's saying is right, let's not take this burden, Let's not break an existing relationship.

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Now, Joshi became very angry, and he said by Allah, I will not send them back until I call them and I asked them of what has been attributed towards them.

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And this is such a beautiful statement of is because when Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent the companions to how Bucha he said that I am sending you there because in those lands is a just ruler. There is a just king that resides there. And the Joshi statement shows his justice, that I will not give these people back. Well, US Allahu Mahama, Nusa la him until I know what has been attributed, is this true or is it not? So he tells these two people, you guys stay, you guys stay here, stay put. And he sends a messenger that called the Muslims from Santa Marta, the Allahu Anhu says that the messenger of Najafi came, and everyone was worried and scared of what's going to

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happen next, what's going to happen next. They knew that they actually wouldn't give them an opportunity to speak. So before they even left their homes, they said that Java you will be the spokesperson, one of the earliest to accept Islam, someone who gained instead of being directly under a sort of loss that Allahu Allah He was a relative of the Prophet of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And this shows us that they weren't hungry for leadership. I mean, this was a big moment. This is a spokesman opportunity. This is like being invited by the House, the Senate to the White House that come and speak your truth. This is where everyone wants to run forward for that photo op

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and to be cited in the newspaper and to have their name plastered all over media, to take a picture and then to brag with that picture to build your own personal relationships and opened up other business opportunities for yourself for the next rest of your life. But that's not what they did. They understood the stakes were high here. If we have one person to represent us, and that person will speak the truth, that person's responsibility is to convince the Joshy of our case, then we need to appoint the most appropriate individual for this task. We need to find someone that's qualified. We need to find someone with seniority. We want someone who represents the Prophet of

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Allah and every manner Jaffa Natalia.

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When I have to call them a hardened raider who no one will speak except for him.

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For the hub, not even the Jessie we went to the Joshi

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salamander, the Allah Han has says

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and we sat around him

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and we saw a beloved and a bit of VR in Ahmedabad and is also sitting there.

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Now Joshi then spoke and said, What is this new religion of yours? You left the religion of your forefathers

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and you did not enter into our deen you have your own.

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Tell me about your religion.

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Jonathan epithelial of the hola Juan delivers an epic speech. One to be studied and memorized by any person whoever desires to represent Islam to non Muslims. Anyone that wants to walk the path of activism, anyone that wants to stand in front of the world and actually say what Islam is because Muslims will be given the opportunity of Jaffa Vitalia. We have been given this chance in the past. We are presented with it today. And it will be presented to us for as long as this world remains. But the question is that the people who talk about Islam to non Muslims, what are they thinking? It seems as if most people that are speaking about Islam, to this greater audience are not interested

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in representing Islam so much as much as they are thirsty to be accepted by the audience's they stand in front of

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there is no freedom in their heart. There's no freedom in their mind. These people are slaves that you tell me which direction to go pull my collar this way. I'll go there. Pull my call her that we'll go there. What do you want me to say about LGBTQ issues? What do you want me to say about secularism? What do you want me to say about liberalism? You tell me what I need to see how woke should I be? Am I allowed to wear my hijab or wear it? Am I not gonna have to wear it? I won't. Where am I supposed to wear like a turban? I'll do that. You want me to wear a rainbow flag hijab? I'll do that for you, too. You tell me what am I supposed to do? This is the

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representation of Islam that we have today. Unfortunately, in

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The West and in the Muslim community.

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This is what's happening today when Muslims talk about Islam at large. There is no Haumea there is no leader, there is no is

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that a person says, you know, and these questions come up every year. Part of it seems to be from a place of accommodation, some of these issues, not these issues, per se, but other issues, like should we say, should be, should we say Happy Christmas, should we celebrate with our neighbors when it comes to, you know, the different the various religious festivals that we have, whether it's Easter or this or that part of it, I understand comes to not wanting to be foreign. But beyond that, there's an aspect of also just being proud. There's nothing wrong with saying that I don't celebrate this festival. This seems to be a religious festival, and I hold a different faith and in my faith,

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this festival of yours is contradictory to what we believe in. So I can respect you as a person. I can be kind to you. But as far as joining you in this festivity in any manner at all, I can't do that. That's about laying boundaries. It's about drawing the line, that this is what I can do. And this is what I won't do.

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assimilating into another culture is important.

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Right, not fully, not full assimilation, but to whatever capacity your religion allows, it's a good thing, you dress a particular way you speak a particular way. You know, you enjoy sports, you enjoy entertainment, these are good things. But as Muslims, there will always be a line. And that line is one that is set by Allah and his little suits and Allah Juan Neilson. It's fascinating because today, while I was teaching at the seminary, this was an issue that I brought up in more than one class today, this particular statement, that we should always be there to accommodate people who are either not religious at that point in their life, or are looking to be more religious, we should

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always be there to accommodate them. But never at the same time, should you dilute the dean, that you go from accommodation to now setting the bar low, so low that that person no longer aspires for growth anymore.

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But now you've created a new norm.

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The norm for the Muslim is the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu. It said, anything below that is okay. As far as personal growth goes, we hope that everyone can slowly chug along the path of life and slowly make their way to a better place. But nowhere should we normalize something that isn't from the dean and make that the This is why the alumni of the past would say that when you're looking for dress, what kind of dress should you were looking at the Allah ma of that community? When you're looking at how should you communicate with people? How do you carry yourself they would always say, look at the amount of the community, because the idea was that our tradition is

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inherited from heart to heart, where a student sees their teacher, how they practice and they see their teacher how they practice and see their teachers how they practice. And along the way, we're adjustments are needed. They make those adjustments, but ensure that there's growth with a strong identity, show piece of Rahimullah data, one thing that he was criticized for a lot, my dear beloved teacher and mentor. One thing that he was criticized for a lot was encouraging students from the Mother Teresa to go to your standard secular universities. He would encourage all students to go get their undergraduate and go get their masters and many machines on on a month while I study with him,

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they would send these hate mail letters, those days, emails and things so they would send faxes and letters written and they were very, very rough. Some of those people would say that you are sending the scholars because they would graduate with atomia degrees you're sending them off to shape on you're sending them to the den of shape on you're destroying their eemaan You're sending them to gopher and they wouldn't go on and on. I'm sure all of it was from a sincere place. We shouldn't assume ill of another person.

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But showcase of Rahimullah in private gatherings he would say to us that what I am doing right now will bear fruit in the future.

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I want to see an AMA also be physicians. I want to see them as lawyers. I want to see all ama of the Dean as chaplains I want to see them in every aspect of life. This is my dream.

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And subhanAllah Allah subhanahu wa Tada accepted him and accepted his vision to such a degree that now you see those very same people and what was the lesson the lesson was you go to the universities go and take what you need go and get that degree go and get that knowledge but don't sell your soul along the way. You stay strong and pray your Salah on the campus, you make sure you're doing your job masala, make sure you're busy with your ticket while everyone's walking around and they're getting involved with this alpha and this omega and this betta whatever it is that they're working on. You make sure that you don't get involved with their Beta you stay focused on you

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Our MSA or an England they call it an ISOC. The Islamic Association, you stick you stick with that Islamic society, you stick with your community, you stick with your people. And the truth is that's life.

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You can't be in four walls for as long as you live in this linear. You find exposure. You know, even though this may be a little unrelated, but I'll share it with you. When I went to

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Canada this two weeks ago, I went to the grave of Sheffield Remo Allahu taala. He passed away there, he passed away there and it's very there too.

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And we went to give Saddam I took my children with me to and then read some Quran on his grave as well. And while we were there, there was something very beautiful and fascinating that I saw the entire graveyard.

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Everywhere I looked, there was dry grass throughout the entire graveyard except for the patch directly over the grave of shift use of variable log data. It was fresh plush green grass.

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And I said to my children in that moment Look at this. If this isn't a karama, then you tell me what I cut on my is it this isn't an honor from Allah subhanahu wa Tada. Then what is this? Everywhere you look every grave anywhere you look left, right center anywhere you look, all dry brown yellow grass, and then right above his grave just for that one little area there was plush, fresh green grass. Hola. Hola. Hola. The whole finale

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the Olia of Allah Allah azza wa jal takes care of, and to me that freshgrass inshallah represents not just a garden above the grave, but a garden inside the grape to

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that Allah subhanho wa Taala doesn't abandon his friends, a man who dedicated his entire life, left his hometown left his country just like that, but I'm going to be talking about the allowance. He left all of it. On his case, on the command of his shift shift. He has a career I'm allowed to Allah said to him, go to England, and established the first mother that's out there. Where do I go? Where's England? Never been there. Don't speak the language. Don't know anyone there just go. And shift. The creative. I'm allowed to Hello was a visionary.

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One night, it was in Ramadan.

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It was one of the odd nights the last two nights of Ramadan. She has the Quran, Allah Ali. He was in his modulus. And I believe it was in Sahara and Bucha. And he said to one of the codons that go and call Muslim.

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So they call foreigner Muslims up. And my name was rod himself said to him, he said to himself, that

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in this Mubarak night,

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Allah subhanho wa taala, put in Mubarak pot and my heart in it.

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And you are a Mubarak person.

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I want you to go to North America, specifically Canada,

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and serve the dean there.

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My mother, Adam, Saab is like a person from small village India. Where's America? This is like, you know, in the 70s and 80s.

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So he went back and one of the night continue, he went back and whatever he was doing, he called them a second time. And he said, No, you must leave now.

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Like right now, pack your bags and go. So he went home, quickly gather some of his belongings and caught a flight and arrived in Montreal, I believe it was.

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And when he got there, didn't speak the language.

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He got to the airport. He's saying that I'm here to do a demo of the team.

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They said what can which measures that you're a part of there was one mustard there. They said we have a guy here. He says he wants to teach the, you know. So the measure people went and they he said I believe his students were telling me he spent two three days in the airport, because they wouldn't release him. So old days. Finally someone came and they took him. And out of all of the students of Shaftesbury Rahimullah thought that he dispatched to do hikma in North America, he is the only one alive now. He's only once to live, very old man, still in that very same Cornwall community, where he was where he is doing the FISMA teaching the Dean teaching Quran teaching it to

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people. And these people left a legacy for us. And Allah subhanaw taala elevate their makan. And imagine the sight of she has a career for life.

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Not just him, but his Messiah who lived far who sent their students not to one country, but to all continents, that you will go to South Africa, you will go to the northern part of Africa, you will go to West Africa. You go to East Africa, you're gonna go to Europe Here you go to, you know, Portugal and you go here and you go

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Every one of them. When I graduated Melissa, I said to shift use a formula like most students do after they graduate that I'm planning to stay in England

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after you graduate, you build a relationship with your teachers that you don't want to go anymore. You want to stay where they are. So showpieces, Rahim Allah with Allah he says to me, that no, no, you have to go back to America. That's where the vision is for you go.

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It wasn't easy. It was hard. But Allah reward him for pushing me out of my comfort zone. Sending sending me back here and along the way, very carefully guiding I remember I said to him, the shift I want to do. And I'd like to teach at a university specifically the University of Louisville, I always wanted to teach there. So I said, I'd like to be a professor and teach at the University of Louisville and Kentucky. He said, No, no, that's not the vision for you. Focus on this instead. And slowly, slowly Alonzo that puts it in the hearts of these righteous folks where the fitment of the deen needs to be

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existed. And Allah subhanho wa Taala has a mysterious way of allowing things to come into existence, and that we are indebted to them may allow them to fill all of their graves with Newton.

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So Jaffa or the hola Juan now he stands in front of the Joshi and he delivers this powerful speech.

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It's one that teaches us Muslims to not shy away from what you believe it, to be confident, to be strong, to be systematic, even when you speak, to be intelligent, to be courageous to speak your truth. To understand not everyone will agree with your truth but if you're wise when you speak it and if you're sincere and you make dua to Allah, Allah subhanahu wa Tada will allow that truth to reach the hearts of the people that actually need to hear it. You are nothing more than a vessel. And as long as you remember that as long as you stay humble, and don't consider yourself the one that is going to bring change rather you understand that change lies purely under the command of

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Allah subhana wa Tada in Nicola demon bapta Wanna kin Allah here, the amania Shah Wahoo

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sol Jaffa, the Allah Juan starts his speech.

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A Johan Malik, just the way he starts, it shows his intelligence. He starts off by saying, oh, dear King, and I add deer in there because it's kind of connotated in the way the statement is you have Malik, right? There's respect built into it.

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He acknowledges the person that he's speaking to.

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He understands the person that he's talking to is rightfully the king.

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And by accepting his position, he is acknowledging in this gathering of people that I understand the McCombe of the person that I'm talking to, I understand the authority that he has in this conversation.

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And he also builds a bridge. Because when you come in and when you're talking to people of authority, and you refuse to recognize their authority, how are they going to have any sympathy towards you? How are they going to have any compassion towards you? Someone comes to their father and says, Baba, the father says yes, he understands this place. Someone comes to his father and says, Mahmoud

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is that like, what would you say? You said, what?

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And then he makes his request that I'm going to stay awake till 11 o'clock and his dad's like, No, you're not staying awake to 11 o'clock you're going to your bed when? Right now this exact second, you should have been in your bed 10 minutes ago.

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jofra The Allah one starts off with respect, are you one minute?

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And then when he starts off, he starts his conversation, not where they are in that moment that there are people making an accusation against him.

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He's not speaking directly to those people. He's not calling them out to because he understands that these people may already have a relationship with Najafi that he doesn't know. He doesn't want to get into a fight where he says something about them they say something about him. Jaffa the hola Juan takes a story back to the beginning. Good enough moment. Elijah Elliot. Let me tell you about our origin story. We were a people of ignorance, worshipping idols eating carrion. We would engage in the morality sever family ties. We were not kind to our neighbors. We were harsh to our neighbors. The strong from us. What a press an eat from the week from among us. In one narration, he

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says neuroml Kaldwin awkward olade that we gave more attention to our pets and animals than we even gave to our own children. We would bury them alive. That was a sort of community we were in imagine these

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societal confusion. Imagine the theological and belief confusion that exists in the hearts of these people. This is where we were. And nobody cared for us. Nobody was there to guide us. No one was interested in solving these very real issues that relate it to us at every level, not within Islam in our faith. No one was talking about justice. No one was there to fix society. Everyone in Makkah, McCollum is focused on what our tribal honor. Everyone was busy building their tribal on there.

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Then he talks about the interlab. The change came, how did the change come?

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Hatha bath Allahu Elayna or Sulan. Allah sent a messenger. That's the second part of our story. And this messenger wasn't some random who came out of a cave one day and said, I have some, you know, some prophecies for you. I'm some Nostradamus. No, that's not some rando that came

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Nadi for NASA who was Sitka who Amana who wa fafo. We knew who this man was, and he was 100 out of 100, even before he said

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he was perfect. Every aspect he never lied. He was a truthful person. He was not into immorality that he was trying to sleep around here and there I other than love. His lineage was pure. He comes from a people of leaders. If you come from a pure lineage, why not just continue to ride that wave? Why is he stepping out of his comfort zone and come and facing the challenges that we face?

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Now he's introduced the promise that a lot of Saddam the next step in this genius speech of his he talks about the fundamentals of Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa salams teachings regarding EMA

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but the honor in Allah in wider who were not Buddha, who were not Allah, ma Hakuna Naboo do not know about when I'm in doing him in

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his message was one, worship Allah and leave everyone other than Allah. That was his message la Illa Allah

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after he lays out the emaan now he goes into a HELOC. And then he goes into Arman.

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What are the o'clock? The purpose of a lot isn't POTUS? Why did he focus on o'clock? Because a HELOC are the Eman part was unique to Muslims not a law in the law. But now he's gonna teach that message of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam which was common and universal and not only applied to Muslims, but applies to every human being. Our Prophet didn't teach us something that would corrupt human beings, humanity, even those who didn't believe in us didn't believe in our message. didn't believe in our faith. He taught us well I'm not gonna be silkscreened Hadith. What? Amana was silica Rahim we're hosting and you are well, Kofi Annan Muharram. Well, how can it dim up when a HANA and

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if our hash code is zu wakley, Mariya tiene wakad films and add that at every level whenever was considered to be the best that's when the MR Allah Whitey was sort of taught us. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us to be truthful, to never betray someone that has trusted you that always take care of your family. Be kind and dutiful to your neighbors, never engage in anything haram. Don't spill the blood of another rather protect the honor of another person. He told us to never engage in immoral acts publicly or privately that you do not submit a false testimony in the court that when you are asked to speak regarding the honor of another don't think about your

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tribe, their tribe what you benefit trying to benefit another person you speak you're conscious Mahana code is Zoo. That's what Zoom is shahada zoo

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did not touch the wealth of those that are unfortunate and may not be able to protect themselves. One ugly model your team. It's easy place for you to go and rob someone who can't defend. Like no, remember that there is a day that you will have to stand in front of a lawn answer for that. Don't take a penny that doesn't belong to you. Don't eat a cracker that isn't yours. Don't touch a shoe that doesn't belong to you. You know, don't scratch a car, don't bump into the person's car. Don't dump your garbage on someone else's lawn. Don't take from someone else's cable, someone else's cable. Don't steal other people's electricity. Like be mindful of these things. Don't steal someone

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else's internet. It's not yours Don't do it. When a Hannah and an ugly Malaga team are called film Sanuk and do not tarnish the honor of another

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as for what do we believe in in terms of our faith? What is it actually about? Well I'm not with Allahu Allah knows you could be shady or unlucky masala. What he has is that he taught us to give us the car he taught us to pass. The Prophet of Allah taught us to establish our prayer

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for Sedona. So what did we do when someone comes to you with such a beautiful man

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message we believed in him while I'm in Nabi and we accepted him. What's about a man who Allah my job human and Allah, we fully accepted revelation

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for Hala, Hala Luna haram na Mahara Molina, we followed his guidance. After he's done here. He's presented his case. So now he hands it over back to the Joshy. But again, look at his eloquence

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and you have Malik or odier King

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are people. Their only problem is

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that when we made the change, they couldn't accept us.

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They didn't like the change. They rebelled and turned against us.

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They tortured us for you believed in and it was all because of our deen for no other reason. We committed no crime in society. We did not harm anyone. It was purely because we were what we believed in.

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And when things got out of control whether Malala Munna waka Haruna whether your co Alena Waha lubaina In our vein Adina Khurana Illa Beloved, when things are out of control and we can no longer protect ourselves we came to your land

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our hope is

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that I was able to not feed you Arctic what Jonah another another novel Amanda

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we hope that you will grant us your protection and that we will not be oppressed in your court

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everyone in the gathering is shocked wow

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that's how you speak and you actually says okay, he wants the legal right. So he asked him for the need for Jaffa the Allah one what is it that you believe in? Jaffa? The Allah one presented his beautiful speech? So he says to him, Okay, you talk about Revelation that why don't you present some revelation? What is it that your Prophet came with? Recite some of it before me

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hamaca shaken me mudgeeraba Hina bu come Anila en un nom Allah, Allahu Allah Bacara Ali HCA I saw the Quran material of the Kaaba, who was Acadia, Jaco. The Allah one began to recite the opening verses of Surah Meriam.

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While he's reciting them, the Joshi breaks down into tears. And he begins to cry.

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He's crying away by hearing the ayat of the Quran.

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Many of us you don't say this is a mystery of the first verse, the seven pages of the Quran will either send me your own mountains either illiberal solito or you know, to feed them in them I mean model for a minute, that it's actually talking about in the gesture. That when he heard the ayat of the Quran, when he that seven year old mountain Zilla, you know, Rasul Allah, you know, the Phaedo minute Mara formula

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that they saw the truth in that message so their eyes begin to pour

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in that is the power of the kalam of Allah. Sit with it everyday yourself. Take some time out. When you're sitting in your car, turn off your radio, turn off your Spotify, let go of your phone calls, deal with them later. Enjoy the Quran. Read one Jews of Quran at least every single day and try to engage with it. It'll take you half an hour, 45 minutes one hour, but the best one hour you can spend while sitting in front of a Quran reading it and fully appreciating that this is my Arabic speaking to me. This is my Allah, read these verses, fine, strengthen them. Every idea you read, you will find a lesson there. Because this is the kalam of Allah subhanaw taala. And there is not one

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part of the kalam of Allah that is invaded.

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You just need a heart that is excited. You need a heart that is sincere. You need a heart that is open a heart that is humble. A heart that appreciates revelation. And as you read through it, there is one reading of the Quran that is part of what he does. I mean, well, it's

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not that you have to see what their property.

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But then, or the law Elias wa imagine a person that's reading this is on the way to work.

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Well mom and dad, but then fill out the lot of light is blah, or a person who's had a rough day at work, probably just got fired or had a rough meeting with their superior. And on the way back. They're reading the I mean, but in the law or law school her well yeah, Allah Moon was Takara. One was so that I couldn't fix the movie. Allah has taken the responsibility of your sustenance, don't worry. It's all been ready. You do your best, and he'll take care of the rest. Any person that's worked for 40 5060 years, some of the seniors in our community go and sit with them and they'll tell you there was a point in my life where I thought it was all going to fail. It was all going to come

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crumbling down.

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up and then coming into work a lot of life our hospital. It took Elijah Allahu Maharajah when Haifa said that from the unexpected from nowhere, that is opened up. The door opened up Allah azza wa jal sent someone in that moment who said something that gave them that confidence they needed most Takara homestore da, where is where it is to be released? Allah azza wa jal has it all noted down.

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Joshi in that moment says that what this man recited the Quran and the revelation that was given to recite his Salam come from the exact same lantern men Miss SCOTTON why that's in this is one source

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and then he says to a blot and I'm gonna ask that you guys leave there is no way well Hola Hola, Nemo home in a coma Avada I'm going to send these people back No way that's going to happen you too have failed get out of here.

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Set them out of the alarm while she's still near Reading the Hadith this whole story is hers she's narrating it first firsthand she saw it

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for the massage and I mean and then the Joshi

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so I don't know I would have not asked mcaliley sahibi He Allah Allah rtnn Malika garden will add Quran Allah whom and Emily him Maryam that also there who live on minimum that when they were leaving, I'm gonna have to ask made sure the Muslims heard it. And he said to his buddy, that tomorrow I'm going to go back to the Joshi for round two and I have a secret that I'm going to put it in front of him. And when I say it, his heart will boil with anger towards them.

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The Muslims weren't sure what did you're going to say? The next day?

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I'm going to ask comes around to

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you and Malik in the heart, Willa Alladhina. Our waiter whom waha Mehta whom, yeah, coluna theory 70 Mariama Colin Alima for out of Sydney him was sent home on May Apolo NFE that you know, these Muslims that you're giving refuge to

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they have a very horrible thing to say about a Saudi setup, because they were Christians, but Joshi was Christian. It was a it was under the rule of the Byzantine Empire. So Christianity was very strong there.

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Joshi a second time he calls the Muslims in

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there's a question here.

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Something to think about that when the Muslims arriving predominant Joshi and they're being asked point blank by indigestion. What is it that you believe in? They know in that moment that their belief regarding a Saudi salaam differs from what this guy believes? Their belief is that Issa is the Son of God.

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We don't believe that.

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We believe something different. What's our answer?

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Java minute, we thought about the Allah one his answer. He said, Well Allah He mana Kulu Allama Kala,

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when asked what is your belief regarding any Saudi Salam? He said, By Allah, we only say what Allah said.

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So then

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the Joshi said to him, Okay, tell me what it is that you say. What is it that you believe you say that you believe what Allah said? What is it that Allah said?

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By Jabba Jaffa? In the who, Abdullah who are Soo Hoo hoo hoo Kalamata, who led the Aloha, Maria Muladhara, el Batool,

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that he is a servant of Allah and His Messenger,

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who miraculously was granted to Maria malaise, salam, the pure in his statement that Allah Allah tool is powerful because this is a reputation against the Jews who claimed that money emmalin Saddam had engaged in illicit relationships, to conceive the signs.

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But at the same time, he doesn't, he doesn't succumb to the pressure and fall into this cycle of assimilation and we believe what you believe don't know we don't believe what you believe. This is what we believe it's different.

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When the dashi hears this, he picks up a stick from the ground and says to hammer that there is not even this much difference between what we believe and they what the truth is and what they're saying. It's exactly the same and he sends them off. And this wasn't a Josh's honesty and the Barker that Allah subhanaw taala put in Joplin or the Allahu ones words.

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Never say something that you don't really believe in.

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And as a Muslim, when you're confused on something, turn back to what Allah in his school teach.

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If you aren't unique, if your message isn't different than why would someone even consider accepting it?

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People who accept Islam, see the uniqueness in Islam?

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Let's see the story is done.

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For they see the message is different. There's something special being offered here. There's a liberation of freedom through monotheism. There's true justice. The only problem is the world hasn't seen what Islam has to offer yet. We have kept it hidden. We haven't shared the story of our Prophet of our Sahaba of the Quran. And those Muslims who are skeptical themselves, their greatest challenge is their Jehovah and ignorance of the deen. Because when you understand what your deen is, when you understand what your religion is, your confidence isn't going to decrease it's going to increase. Over the winter break. I spent a week in Toronto teaching a class on Hadith rejection, the origins

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of Hadith rejection, the cause of Hadith rejection, how we Muslims believe in Hadith, we view it as a source of authority. The Sunnah is an authority on the omen. And after that lecture was after the five days, we're done. So many people came to me and they said from the audience, they're almost 600 People that are taught class. So many people came to me and they said Schiff, will lie here before this class started, I was skeptical of Hadith myself. And I'm so happy that I had a few hours in this class, studying this content, it gave me so much more confidence. I wish I can teach the same thing to my family members.

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Leave aside the Muslims, the non Muslims, the Muslims are the ones that are in a crisis. They're not sure if they should believe in their own Deen. The Muslims are in crisis. They don't know if they should actually even question the authenticity of Hadith because they're worried that if I start tugging at this, maybe it'll all just fall apart and there will be nothing there. Maybe we're all supposed to just go along with the charade that Muslims put this idea of authenticity and authentic Quran authentic sunnah together. If we ask questions, people are terrified that if I look into this, maybe it isn't really what it's supposed to be. And I'm going to lose my Eman. So I'm just going to

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go along with the plate. There's no play here. There's no sleight of hand here. There's no charade here of Hamdulillah. This deal is the real deal.

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The Muslim scholars weren't joking around. They had is up for aligners real soon. So they put their lives into it. They dedicated everything they had their their day, their night. And this is a tradition that goes all the way back to this hub. They spoke the truth, Sheikh Mohammed Al Lama in his book, he says that the sign of the of sunnah is that when they narrate they narrate what is for them and also what is against them. We don't shy away if there is an idea, or if there is a Hadith, or there is an opinion that someone said whether it's coincides with my personal opinion or not. The task of the narrator is to convey it. Because the prophets of Allah who it was said and taught us

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valuable have a shine and find the one that is present should convey to the one that is absent because it is possible that tomorrow someone will understand it better. Maybe the one that you convey it to Allah azza wa jal will bless them with a deeper understanding. Now go and read the works of your mama, no. YALI in Honduras Kalani La la la, la Casa La, la La, but the routine and I interact with Allah Ali Anwar Shah Kashmiri Rahmatullah hiya Ali Zeidan COVID Rahmatullah hiya Ali, you have the works of shirehampton Fatah Buddha Rama Allahu taala. Go and look at the works of these people monies have been noted with Allah He on a shift when I didn't want them I'm going to LA ya la

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Monica us and I know to them to La Jolla, Alicia and he ended up with a lie they know, sha Allah Allah himself or mo Allahu taala. Each of these people at Lhasa which gave them a depth of understanding that was unique. Why was once sitting

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with a scholar, a very known scholar of our time, I won't say his name for the sake of the gathering. And he said to me, that I read sha Allah Allah Allah Allah He Ali's, who was Dalloway is from Indian subcontinent, sha Allah Allah Dan Abraham, Allah Allah subhanaw taala Bala and I found no book to second

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he said I found this to be one of the most intellectual takes on the deep golden read the word read the words of the works of FUCK DO NOT Laci. Go and read the works of of Muhammad Ali.

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Read these people read the biography, biographical works of shamsudeen of Dobby, there is no ducks that I've delivered in this entire series without going through line by line of the biographical entries of Imam shamsudeen of the happy, every single one of these. I will not name us for honeys, Marty for the Sahaba there is no Doris without that. It doesn't exist. There is no notice that I delivered here on these Tuesdays. During this series specifically that I haven't gone through another one with Allah Allah is Muslim. To see which narrations add up to the narrative and which ones should be included which one should not be included.

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But the irony is the Muslim doesn't know. There's no desire to read. There's only a desire to Google search things. So you get partial pieces here, they're here or there. And we have this broken understanding of what our Dina's

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Java or the Allah one, he, while he wasn't Habesha Allah subhanaw taala blessed him with three sons Abdullah, whenever it's abundantly from his father many narrations of his existence I own and Mohammed bin Jaffa as well.

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He returned back to Madina Munawwara when the Prophet said Allahu Allah, he was salam had just returned from the conquest of labor in the seventh year after Hajj at all.

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You have to appreciate this, because bear in mind once he returns back to Madina, Munawwara he is only going to live for a few months before he leaves us dunya

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I talked about his sacrifice. He left us with the loss of Allah Juana was salam in the fifth year of Naboo. Eight years there seven years here 15 years

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that he could have spent with the Prophet of Allah.

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You can't even begin to imagine how much he Mistress would have lost their lives

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and how much of a sort of loss and Allah Hwanhee was it a mistake?

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Jaffa, the Allah Juan returns to Madina, Munawwara Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam season,

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but it doesn't matter. Hora Sula, the prophet Allah Islam he hugs him up Bella beignet, he and kissed him between his eyes on the shopping interviewed Cecilia via. And then he said, a DBE Hema afara I don't know what I'm more happier, the conquest of labor, which took forever because they had the sports and they made it very hard for the Muslims. Was it the conquest of kala or the arrival of Jaffa and the fascinating thing is a conquest of Playboy that happened at the hands of his younger brother.

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Say that

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I live in everybody but the other one who basically got tired of the forts, the Jews of Cleveland, and he approached the fort, grab the door and basically ripped it out of the hinges.

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Rip the door out of its hinges next time you're at home, I want you to just talk about the door at your home and try to understand

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what's going on here and we're not talking about door hinges that are like the size of a fry. We're talking about door hinges that are like their massive door hinges that are thicker than your cups that you drink from.

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made of solid metal and doors that are thick to keep an army out. And Allah Allah one has given the flag by Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam that go and do your thing.

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And he takes the flag of Rasulullah sallallahu even though he had pain in his eye, he went to the front and he got the Muslims victory in the battles of labor. So it'd be so sudden returns back in Joplin to the alot one is there in the puffs awesome says I don't know if I'm more happy at the conquest of labor which is a great victory for the Muslims because it will be beautiful do me Java, or your return or Java? It's such a pleasure to have you back.

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Java are the hola Juan

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he

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spent his time with the peace of Allah Juana he was set up.

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He narrates from the Prophet of Allah.

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Imam Ahmed Ahmed Allah hiya Ali in his Muslim other than the story of how Masha doesn't narrate any narration from Joplin with the Allah one, McFly.

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He doesn't have any narrations there. However, if you go to some of the other collections of heavy

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you have to go to other collections, you will find in some of the other Masonic Masonic in some of the other Muslims that now the orlimar began to narrate some of the other narrations from him for example

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there is a rewire and Jaffa it's in the book of EMA Eliza family what?

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And Jaffa gonna be taller than me. So some gamma either Naza la vie carbon Chopra, the Allah one says that when the B sort of La Hollywood system face any difficulty or calamity, he would say La Ilaha illa Allah will hardeeville Corinne La Ilaha illa Allah Rob Belarusian the will hamdulillah

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in areas of Hadith practice Allah Huaneng similarly even OB Shava al kofi, in his Muslim narrates regarding Java whenever we told him that Java the Allah Juan's children narrate that the Hutton would be a meanie, the Java the Allah, one would wear his ring in which hand

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in his right hand. That's correct.

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Similarly, karate buddy, in his book, he has an entire book dedicated to solitude.

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Which is a whole conversation of its own, that you know, it'd be so awesome. He taught us this method of prayer.

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For record where otherwise read a total of 300 Times and The Beatles said Whoever prays the salah their sins will be forgiven past and everything. So katiba Dottie has a whole book dedicated to this the crew serratus be well ahaadeeth Let the rule yet Artemisa Allahu Allah was an FIA with the love for and father now clean Allah. This is the name of the book.

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The famous hottie daddy.

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So in there he narrates and Rasool Allah Allah Sankara Lee Jaffa and we thought under Rasulullah some currently job but I've never told him that maybe sort of Lord Islam said to Jaffa Jaffa been a baton. Should I not give you a gift? Should I not bless you? He said are the Jaffa Well, well, Yasser Allah in Bala Rasul of course. So to that maybe salsa taught him to Saudi Arabia ala carte and Takara mill Quran in surah infomentor Colaba Delica Subhan Allah will hamdulillah Allah Allah Allah Allahu Akbar Hamza Asha Ramanathan in Africa and Hadith until the end, he taught him the whole method of praying, Salah did this

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because maybe, because he came in the seventh year, the seventh year of hijra, is an important one because that was also the year the prophets of Allah it was set up in the companions were given permission to spend three days in Makkah as a result of the Treaty of Arabia which happened previous year.

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So when he said a lot is said and went first to Kabbalah, Jaffa the Allah one was also within Surah Lhasa lorrison

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He was with the Prophet of Allah.

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And when the resort Allahu alayhi wa salam spent three days in makan it was time for them to return the Quraysh they said to Oliver the Allahu unholy sorry, because Accra Ghana, mobile agile, get out of here now you're three days are gone. It's time for you to leave MCC or go back to Medina. So right when they were leaving homes out of the hola Juan had a daughter who was still in Makkah. She rushed up to the Muslims and said Take me with you. So let me sit alone while he was in this house scooped her up. Okay, you're coming back with us. Now there were three companions that disputed her custody, her custody. On one hand you had Alida the hola Juan he said I'm going to take and then you

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had Xavier the hola Ana said I will take her and then Jaffa the hola Juan also made a claim that I'm going to take the daughter of hummus out of the hola went to home and take care of her Subhanallah Licchavi took care of orphans. Opposite of us were running away and they're running towards Allah give us stuff you have to understand.

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Everyone presented their case.

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Java the Allah who won when he presented his case, he said

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that she will come to my home because I am her uncle and my wife is his collar

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is her connoisseur. Because hamdulillah the hola Juan's wife was a snob into her Mesa the hola Juan sister. And so I've been to Mesa the Allahu Ana was Jaffa the Allahu one's wife. So her hada is with me. Now at that point, sort of less than Melania sort of made the famous statement that I'll call her to be menzi, let alone the Hala is like the mother. So she will go with Java or the hola one, because the HANA will take care of the child the best the holla refers to the

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sister of the mother, that she is the HANA and she will take care of and everyone has a special relationship with their Hana you know their father, sister or their sorry, their mother sister, there's a special bond and relationship.

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It wasn't the eighth year after hit it off. When the Romans began to cause some problems that are sort of lost that a lot is some dispatched an army to deal with them. And when the prophets had a lot of cinema sending off the army, he said that the leader of the army will be Zaid Bin Hadith, the Hadith of the Allah one who was like a son to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and if he has martyred then jofra The Allah one will take his place. And if he is martyred, then of the love and aloha to the Allahu Allah will take his place.

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Fen Padilla Abdullah Hibino Raja Hatha Oh Siva fell yesterday the Muslim only unforeseen Amin, amin home, and if anything happens to Abdullah bin or la hora de la Juan, then you can choose the next leader yourself.

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It's up to you.

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Maybe so a lot of times generally didn't do this. He would appoint one leader, not three. But the prophets. A lot of sudden his sequence was an indication that something different was going to happen this battle. The Muslims arrived in Malta, which is in current day Jordan.

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When they arrived there, they saw that the Romans had outnumbered them. The Muslims were 3000 and in some Accords, the army of the Romans was close to 100,000

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some narrations 50 7080 They're all narrations there.

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They weren't sure what to do.

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Some of the

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Sahaba said let's go back to Medina. This is not real. So then they said, did you come here to live or did you come here for Jana?

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They said We came for Jana. Something the Sahaba said Jana is in the battlefield not in 72 degrees controlled nest temperature. That's what our agenda is go forward.

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So they started

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and it wasn't too far into the battle that they hardly thought of the Allah one was martyred.

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In one narration, the Sahaba they say that at that same time, let me sort of Lord is set on was sitting with us in Madina, Munawwara and he said, that Zaid has been martyred.

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Allah azza wa jal informing him to the Prophet of Allah cry and the Companions cried Java the Allah Juan then took the flag of the Muslims and began to fight

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the Quraysh they attacked him another crash the Romans attacked attacked him

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and they cut off his right arm.

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Jaffa the Allah one wasn't going down too easily, he tossed the

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leg of the Muslims in his left

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and they then chopped off his left arm. He took what remained from his arms and hug the flag of the Muslims the flag that was given to them viral sort of loss of a lot of stuff in my arms can go but this Dean is going to continue.

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This honor will be held high.

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And the third person came in struck Jaffa, the Allah one

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Chatelet who shot rain which sliced him literally in half.

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Cut in half.

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An Almighty Allah Juan says

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that we searched for Java, the Allah Juana and we found him among those that were martyred and we saw in his body close to 90 wounds on one part of his body. He had inflicted 90 wounds he fought and fought and fought right till the end.

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And then our beloved to Allah the Allah Juan took the flag and he fought courageously until he was martyred as well. The Muslims were gutted, what do we do now? They begin to look left and right who's the next person

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and tucked away in the ranks was someone who had an accepted who had accepted Islam recently. Khalid bin will either the last one they said this man give him the flag. He said no no there are senior buddy companions here I'm I'm a junior. They said no go forward.

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And in that rewire, when the Prophet of Allah was speaking to this hub and Medina, he said to them, that the flag has now reached the hand of a sword from the swords of Allah the battle starts now.

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And therefore he was given the name safe Allah, the sword of Allah and how to do the Allah one was on his deathbed he was crying companion that was very sad. Why are you crying? He said I wanted shahada and I'm dying here. Like a coward on my bed.

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So that person said I was there the day that prophet of Allah called you safe Allah and we all knew that you would not die on the battlefield because no one can break the sword of Allah.

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That was an honor given to you. Sort of Allah has been protected. And Your Honor, Your reward is with Allah azza wa jal.

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Finally, when the caravan when the army Jeff Howe didn't win either the Allah one got them victory in that Battlefield, which is a whole different story. It's a fascinating story. One day we'll cover it, if we make it there, inshallah. They returned back to Madina, Munawwara victorious and when they arrived

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soon, Sula Allahu alayhi wa sallam was given the news that they have all been martyred. These are the people.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was overwhelmed in grief and began to cry

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and wanted to deliver the news of Jaffa, the Allah Juan's martyrdom to his family directly himself.

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A prophet of Allah found a swab into a mace of the Allah Juana in her home

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and she had cooked a meal for the return of her husband because she knew the caravan was about to return.

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I Jeanette Egina

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while also that the bunny ha Wada, Hannah Albertson and she had washed her kids put fragrance on them put on new garments, Baba is going to be home today.

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What sort of loss of Allah honey was Saddam he came in there was a sadness as my mentor May says, When the Prophet of Allah came there was a sorrow or eight to one Allah terminal Hosni to wash.

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Wash her will clean that there was darkness a sadness that was over the face of Rasulullah sallallahu ala he was said

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hola hola. Terminal cousin. Her cousin is grief. Hola. Hola. refers to like a thin fabric October rhotic. At she seemed like there was a dog

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Aren't there was a thin fabric that was hanging over the profit space not literal, right? But there was there was a sorrow that was over the face of Rasulullah saw so I'm gonna layer of grief on the face of this loss and when he entered

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she said I didn't want to ask him what happened because I was afraid of what he would say. So I just watched Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he sat down and said, bring the children of my beloved Jaffa.

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So the children came running out, to hug, a sort of loss of a lot of sin to play with props of all sudden thinking their father was on the other side.

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The Prophet said a lot of Saddam begin to kiss them and he began to smell them smell their fragrance.

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And why you know who thought that you find him in a dam and maybe Saddam was crying all along.

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But go to a swab into a mace then as a messenger of ALLAH, why are you crying?

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that my brother, Jaffa was martyred.

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A suburb into a mesa the Allahu anha began to cry.

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And to that, maybe some Allahu alayhi wa sallam said Allah Methley Jaffa Valley tab kill

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that on the likes of Java, anyone that wants to cry should cry.

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He was special. I really love this man.

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There was a lot he said and then said it's not only the early Java ferrata, Armen but go and make some food for the family of Java book called the Zulu and unfussy him because they are occupied of themselves.

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They're in so much pain someone take care of them.

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The prophets of Allah Juan and he was sent and then sent to them

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that take pride and happiness and knowing that his arms our cough in return, Allah gave him wings that he flies through paradise with Java yar.

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He was given two wings and it's good that he enjoys the view agenda, but are at Jaffa and Luciana honey Phil Jana. And have you heard of the Allah one?

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Imams shabby Rahim Allah Allah Allah says that no matter the Allah one when he would say salaam to

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Jaffa, the Allah one son Abdullah. He would say to him As salam o Allah U K. alayka Yamuna Ville Jana Hain

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that Salam upon the one who is a child of the one with two weeks that's the honor of your father.

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A sub into a mais or the Allah who I'd have then went on to marry Satan Abacha Siddiqa the Allah one. She became the wife of Satan Abu Bakr Siddiq with the Allah abacus to the Quran bought her into his marriage and with a blue book on a Cintiq with the Allah one she had a child Muhammad and Abby buck and then after the passing of Abu Bakr Siddiq for the Allah one she then married Satan I don't even know if you thought about the Allah one.

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So

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the amount of shabby narrates

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I'm sorry, Alia the hola Juan says that one day someone came and said

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who was better? Who was the better husband? At this point she's married to Allah the Allah when someone came and asked us not to be Allah Juana who has the better husband Jaffa or Abu Bakr

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which one has a better husband job or Abu Bakr

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in one narration, her son Mohammed bin Jaffa and Mohammed bin Abu Bakr were both fighting with one another. My dad was better my dad was better my dad was better my dad was better. So I think that the Allah one he said, Yeah, a smart study but you know Homer, answer them who was a better father, but call it murder at sharp and Cara Hiram and Jaffa wala Cahalane Hiram in the back. I did not see a young man better than Jaffa and I did not see an older man better than Abba.

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Because she married him well, I would like us to decode the Allah who was much older.

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So then how God Allah one set method Akela Nasha. But about me,

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you do not see a young man better than Jaffa my brother, and neither does your old man better than than Abu Bakr.

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He then said, well, oh Pulte radar had LM Akatsuki, but your answer was right. You were honest. So then she responded back that there's hate and you too I have found much pleasure in your companionship

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of the love and Jaffa says that I never approached my uncle Allah the Allah one and asked him something while mentioning the name of my father. And Allah the Allah one turned me away. That never happened. He really respect his brother a lot respected his brother a lot. So today, we covered the story of Satan job and I thought it would be a long one full of Psalm

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Unity Why not so many lessons, so much to take in so much to be inspired by.

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The lessons are here for us, their lives are present in front of us.

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There's so much for us to internalize

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what legacy these weak people left behind.

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At every step, you see a new story. At every point, you see another powerful lesson, the sacrifice that they put into serving as the

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May Allah subhanaw taala that allow these gatherings to be an inspiration for us all.

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May we adjust our ways? Maybe find our path. When we find inspiration? Maybe we find guidance, maybe we find strength, maybe learn what our moral compass should be, maybe understand our priorities. May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to live with sacrificing this dunya maybe we find it easy to sacrifice and overcome, leaving our comforts. May Allah subhanahu wa set that up, give us the opportunity to serve Him with honor and let live in his dunya with honor and leave this dunya with the honor of shahada as well well some Allahu Allah Allah Allah said I'm Hamid Salam aleykum rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh

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oh

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well

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I just had to win

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that's how you doing

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as hairdo

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was too long

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as hairdo and

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leather was too hello

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hi ye