Hussain Kamani – Stories of the Companions – Abu Ayyub al-Ansari

Hussain Kamani
AI: Summary © The segment discusses the loss of honor from the Prophet Muhammad Sallal for serving the deen and the success of Islam, including the deification of the Prophet's journey and the deification of the deen worship. The importance of staying quiet during gatherings and meetings to avoid chaos, and the need for people to address their behavior. The segment also touches on the negative impact of being in a certain social environment and the importance of staying quiet. The interviewer discusses the controversy surrounding the announcement of the Prophet's actions and the use of words and negative comments to describe actions. The segment also touches on the importance of not giving up hope and faith in Islam, and the return of the Prophet's son to Saudi Arabia and Iran.
AI: Transcript ©
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Spending heme and hamdulillah

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Al Hamdulillah he woke up our salmonella stuffer

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sauce another CG diversity We're hot animal MBR wa Legalist Kia was herb

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and my bad

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the stories of the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu ala he was salam

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are endless when it comes to sacrifice, devotion,

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endearing patience in times of difficulty.

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Their reservoir reservoir of love was never ending.

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How far they were willing to go for their Ostara in reality is unimaginable.

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The sacrifices they took on with honor for the sake of the deen

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and particularly, for serving Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not regarding Lee done.

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Rather it was something that they did out of passion.

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They made dua to Allah subhanahu wa taala for these moments.

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They did it with such grace and honor. They serve the suit of law said Allahu alayhi wa sallam with such humility, that Allah subhanahu wa taala preserve those moments for us.

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So that today when we reflect over them we find inspiration.

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We find peace, and we find a path that we should adopt to walk on. While we live. These temporary few years in this dunya

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the greatest hobby

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you unsalted are the Allah one

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is one who had a unique honor of serving Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, not because he did something

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not because he was the one that called Rasul Allah Allahu Allah He was sent him or he pulled the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his direction,

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but rather his genuine sincerity was such he was so more or less, so humble, so willing, that Allah subhanahu wa Tada delivered the greatest of all gifts right to his doorstep.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam entered into Madina Munawwara after spending a few days in Cuba, just outside of Medina, the leaders of the unsought gathered on the streets, each one hoping that their tribe would be honored to host or suit Allah that Allah Allah He was Saddam. So their tribe would gain a merit that they were unique in. And every time someone reached forward to the camel of Rasulullah sallallahu it was Saddam, trying to pull it in the direction of their tribe of their people. saying well messenger of Allah come to us we will be here in great numbers and we will be your protection and either they will manner to that maybe sort of law who it was sitting

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with say that we'll have in Moodle, leave my Campbell, for it has been commended.

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And just as a mother has no choice and her child just as a father who has no choice in his child. That child is a gift from Allah subhanahu wa Tada

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in a similar manner, Rasul Allah Allahu Allah He was sitting appeared in front of the house of Satan or a Ugandan Saudi or the Allah one, while all eyes have Madina, Munawwara All right on him

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as the Prophet of Allah passes a community and their community will not be the one that will host him they are sad you can see it on them that they've missed an opportunity but they're wishing to see their glancing to see who will be the one that receives this honor

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the Prophet Allah has set out to set arms camel arrives right before the house of a boy but I'm sorry that the hola Juan and settles down there

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so now a boy you but I'm sorry that the hola Juan

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almost unimaginable amount of joy. He is no leader of a tribe.

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But Allah subhanho wa Taala gave it to him.

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And because Allah subhanahu wa that Gill gives to who He wills. Just as that he saw that prophet hood is granted to the most sincere servants of Allah azza wa jal, the epitome of rissalah is then granted to the generation that is most sincere following the prophets

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Unlike this, the generations continue and every person who has the honor of serving this Deen

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in reality is selected by Allah azza wa jal.

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Our teachers would say to us that if Allah subhanahu wa Tada gives you an opportunity to serve the deen never walk away from it.

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If someone gives you a job, you don't walk away from it. Someone gives you a house you don't walk away from it. Someone gives you a car you don't walk away from it. The thing about these things that is that their material to their benefit will surely come to an end.

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But when it comes to studying the deen worshiping Allah, serving the deen the benefit is eternal Kulu Manali have fun, we have a call a wedge, hurrah, because dunya journey with the Quran, anything done for Allah, who was ever living everlasting.

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That action will also find itself in the IRA.

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It says if that action becomes timeless now the reward of that action will benefit you in the dunya and also in the next.

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So don't turn away when figma comes knocking on your door. When opportunity comes to your door. Everyone knows how to talk about their yesterday that yesterday I was this when I was younger, I did this and when I was younger, I did that. Not too many people have much to talk about in the present. Because we live in the glory days that when I was young, I did these things in my past I did these things. Think about your today What are you doing today? Where is your life today? Think of the opportunities you have now. How can you be a hadham and servant of this Deen? How can you be a host to the legacy of Rasulullah salAllahu alayhi wa salam in today's world.

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Most people only know how to cry over a blessing when it's gone.

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Very few know how to appreciate it while it is alive in front of them.

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In audibly, they say and now I'm here to either focally that or effect

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that when a blog when a blessing no longer exists, people then realize it. Oh, what a blessing that actually was retrospectively once the eagle was down once your cubed is out of the way and you look at something just holistically. Once the Knux is gone, when when a blessing is gone, the knifes directed towards that thing is also gone.

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So all you see now is that object that thing that person through the lens of the cult,

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and very quickly do you realize that everyone around you is lovable now?

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Once the neffs is gone? It's so much easy to have other people

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say you're gonna annoy you I'm sorry that the Allah one was one of the lucky companions to meet Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prior to migration when the Prophet of Allah gave br to the Madani companions as they invited him to relocate to Medina.

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His name is Khalid the son of Zaid, the son of Clape been fouled ever been up the armor, they now have been Hunnam been Malik been a jar and therefore in his nessip, you will see a boy you but on Saudi the you also see the word in that jar in there. This is because of his forefathers. His a hadith are many.

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Naturally he was the host of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So now he has an insight in the life of the prophet of Allah He sees things that others are not able to see. And through tonight, thus, we will peek into some of those unique moments that avoid you but I'm sorry that the hola Juan saw in the life of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then went on to narrate. When you look into the Messiah need the Muslim collections, you are flying close to 155 narrations from a YouTube URL and Saudi Rhodiola one from them. Many can also be found both in body and Muslim as well.

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When the province that Allahu alayhi wa sallam arrived in a boyband in Saudi Arabia, Allah Juan's home, he rushes to grab the belongings of the Prophet of Allah.

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And when he takes them inside, he has a two story home an upper floor and a lower floor.

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He takes the belongings of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to the upper floor. But that's what Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam says to him, that with the number of people that will be visiting and the

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meetings that I need to have living on the upper floor will be inconvenient. So then he relocates Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from the top floor to the bottom floor.

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Him and his wife then head on upstairs,

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One Night Knight settles in, and they're kind of settling in upstairs. The thought occurs to them that if we walk upstairs, it'll disturb a sort of loss of the law on a visit.

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So they walk very carefully on the upper part of their feet, around the room, not in the center of the room to cause any desk to settle on the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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one night of what you will inside you are the Allah one says,

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It was so difficult for us to be on that upper floor because how can we be on top of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam?

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How could we be on the upper floor and the Prophet of Allah was on the lower floor, they understood that this was the request of the Prophet of Allah. But this report of avoidable I'm sorry that the Allah one shows us that Adam has no limits.

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When a person respects another person, when a person has Othmar wakad for another in their heart when their heart looks at another person with reverence.

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Now you begin to think of every small detail.

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So one night he says, We were upstairs and we had one sheet that we would cover ourselves with an accidentally a jug of water spilled. My wife and I began to panic that what if the waterfalls through on Rasulullah sallallahu, it was cinnamon. So we took this one sheet we had, and began to absorb the water into it.

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And then we no longer had anything to wrap ourselves in. So we slept the night very cold.

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But no water can reach a sort of loss and allow it was that we can sleep at cold. Because the cold, we can sleep lonely. But no noise should bother to Rasulullah sallallahu Mata he wasn't.

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Baldwin, I'm sorry about the alarm one.

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He then approaches it was sort of lost that Allah who it was set him and says a messenger of Allah, I can't do this. I can't live with myself, I am above you. And this level of other almost doesn't exist in our community anymore. In reality, forget this level of Adam, no other exists in our community anymore. When I look at younger folks

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in the west today, they have knowledge, some have education, some have wealth, but others what lacks

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basic things, not knowing how to interact with your own parent, not knowing the other way of interacting with your uncle, your aunt, your grandparent, how do you interact with elders in the misogyny, it's very rare in today's world that you will find a young person hold the door open for a senior person that is walking right behind them on the way out of the masjid, you won't see that anymore. Everyone's lost in their own world. And it's about the number one. So as long as you make it through that door, everyone else can find their own way out. You won't find people who when they see an elderly woman carrying bags at a Walmart that they stopped their life and say, Let me carry

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this for you. This is an attitude.

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That when they see teachers, they humble their voice or they walk to the side of the path, that they present themselves in figma, that you are a person who is very important, and there are things that are happening with you that I will never be able to accomplish, let me at least be of some assistance. This headman and this other that you offer is actually the best way to rectify your heart. With arrogance. And with self obsession, there's only so far you can go. You have to turn these things back. You have to dial yourself back and forget that you exist in the center of this equation and put everyone else in front of you. Now I know there's this common concern that what if

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people start abusing me, that's another story. That's a whole different conversation. We're not talking about that in fear of that don't lose the most beautiful thing that you can have in this dunya prophetic o'clock.

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That when you speak to your parents that should the other find me children who serve their parents food every time before they dare eat a morsel of themself. Whereas that have gone.

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Finally, children who when they get themselves a cup, a cup of water, they go to their parent and give them a cup of water.

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Or when they gather get themselves a coffee or a cold drink or anything. They take it for their teacher or an elder in the family, some elder in the community. These are dogs that were once upon a time as normal as wearing garments are for us.

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It may sound foreign It may sound weird, but that's because we live in a society where the young and the old are all one. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us that a time will come where the elder will no longer be respected anymore. Where young people feel they have a voice to raise and things to say and opinions to make very clear, when in reality, we have examples from the Sahaba, that they would not utter a word in the presence of the seniors, even though they themselves were Sahaba.

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The easiest example of this would be the loving Amara, the Allah one, say that our beloved Ahmed or the Allah one was sitting once in a gathering of the Prophet of Allah, all the Sahaba were there and the Prophet asked that there is a tree and then he described that tree and he said, Which tree am I talking about?

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Now let anything I'm the Lebanon what are the Allahu Anhu was a young man at the time he knew the answer.

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But he also knew that it wasn't his place to speak because in that gathering where Almighty Allah Juan Baba, Abu Bakr, Siddiq, Roddy, Allah one and other senior companions, after the gathering was over, he whispered in his dad's here he goes, I knew the answer.

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Is that so what is it? He said, he was talking about the palm tree.

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And I'm gonna be alone once and you should have said it

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would have made me proud that was a father with his pride. But at the same time, he didn't say you should have said it. Because it was the right thing to do. As a father that would have made me happy that my son Look at him. Right, my son knows, but at the same, but on the other hand, you see, no matter the alarm, one's intelligence, that you don't speak out of line. There's an other Have you learned to stay quiet? When you're sitting in a gathering when we were young?

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I know in today's world, the statement is viewed in a different way. But when we were young, a common statement we heard from our elders were was that when adults are talking, you should stay silent.

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In order, there's a saying for this, that when the elders speak, the young one should stay quiet. They would always say this to us. So when we went to parties or gatherings or thoughts, I remember very clearly, like it was yesterday, that all the uncles would be sitting on a table to eat. And we would be sitting on the side and just listening very attentively to their discussions, listening to their politics, listening to their talk about markets and this natural conversation. But it was through listening and not uttering a word that you were able to gauge and understand the merit and a person's argument.

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You were able to see how some people were very bold and aggressive while other people were more soft and forbearance you observe these things. And then from there, you made conscious decisions that this is what I want to be. And that's what I don't want to be. This is a sound argument. That is not a sound argument. Either. The Quran is full of it, the hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is full of it. And without doubt, this was the reason that ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada delivered that camel to the house of avoidable in Saudi Arabia, Allah Juan. He himself says,

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so he told the prophet of Allah, O Messenger of Allah, we can't do this. And then he insisted, he said, O Messenger of Allah, I can't, I just can't. So to that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then agreed to live on the upper floor.

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He was honored with the very unique opportunity to host Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for seven or eight months.

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The duration that it took to build up much of the net we in the hotel rot in the rooms around much of the net we read later on the family members of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would live.

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He has such fascinating and amazing memories to share. A boy you will in Saudi Arabia Allah Juan says

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that when the Prophet alayhi salatu salam arrived in Medina

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the Companions would send food and gifts to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam through us because we were the host of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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for either Canada or the early Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to Armen over the lamb AU. So when the visa Allahu Allah was sitting would be gifted food naturally they would give some food to the host as well. Carla, for those of you by yeomen for either cost often fee have muscle. For color Mahara. ALU or suddaby Rasool Allah, Allah Tala, we're up then the visa lottery system for Kalia rasool Allah, ma ma caminhada.

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Allah or a to fie her Busselton Allah when I lived in Boston, called a Bella for Kulu well I can you have shiny Manila you're shocked

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that one time to visit Allahu alayhi wa sallam was sent some food

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So he passed it on to a boy you went unsalted at the hola Juan, he noticed that the food was untouched and there was no disturbance there which meant the Prophet of Allah didn't eat it. So he went and said O Messenger of Allah, why did you not eat from here? The Prophet alayhi salatu salam said because there is onion in the food.

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So then he asked a messenger of Allah is eating onion haram to that was sort of loss of a lot of sense it no you can eat it. However I interact with those that you do not interact with referring to

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the melodica

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similarly, Apple yogurt inside of the hola Juan says and this one's even more interesting. Another sort allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam nessa NAS Allah Allah He fell in financial and abuse that Allahu alayhi wa sallam as well as a YouTube affiliate Louie fintiba abou a YouTuber that laid it in for cardinham She folk Rasulillah for the howl of Abba to feed Journeyman philam us Baja Dhaka, Nevada in the recent Allahu Allah He was salam for calling abuse and Allahu Allah was salam, a syphilis Urfa. Kobe, this is that part that I mentioned early to you guys that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam was on the lower floor and avoidable in Saudi Arabia Allah one felt that it was

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disrespectful to be above the Prophet of ALLAH. So he presented his concern and the Prophet of Allah said, A SuFu artifact will be that it's more convenient for me to be on the lower floor.

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So then he said, Well, you've said la luz sativa and the data I can't walk on a platform that you are under it's just not going to happen

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for the How are you but for swiftly when the BU filler Louis so then they swapped places and sort of La serrulata said and then move to the upper floor and a boy but inside there their loved one was on the lower floor for kinda yes, no Tommy somebody was selling for yerba to LA for either Route de la his Salah on MO theory Asahi on Nebby for yet W Uttara. SRB Nebby for Fiat coolamon Hey through atheria Asahi. So when the food he would make food for the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, Nabi SallAllahu it was sitting with eat when the leftover food would come back to a valuable insight into the hola Juan, he would very carefully look for where they were finger marks of Rasulullah

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sallallahu sallam.

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Where are those fingers? And wherever he saw

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the finger of Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that someone ate from here. He would pick a morsel up from exactly that place, and he would eat

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for yet Kudo min height, aka Atari Asahi for Sanada Yellowman time and fee he thought one day he made some food with garlic in it.

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For our salary he lay he he sent the food over to the pseudo boss that Allah who it was and

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then he asked his family members when the food came back where did the profit eat from? Show me so I can eat from there? felida Lamb Yeah, well they said he didn't eat.

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So then for sorry, the Illa he climbed the staircase and went up to meet Rasulullah Salallahu Salam and he said a haram and hula that I give you something that's impermissible to eat for thought and abuse of Allah who it was salam ACARA I don't like it. I don't like eating garlic. There is a smell to it.

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Now listen to the statement of avoidable in Saudi Arabia alone one Bala for any ACARA Houma Takara

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so then I dislike what you dislike.

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After that day, he never had garlic again for the rest of his life. This is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to his house. He wasn't just a host. But in those moments in those days, his massage and His personality was becoming that of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. One student listens to a Deus one student takes the other student observes and becomes like the teacher. There's a difference between students, not all are the same. For some the transformation is real, that's internal. And for others, the transformation is limited in some capacity, one place or another. How does a person say instantly that I dislike what you dislike? This is only possible if

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your love is truly sincere.

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That the beloved of the Beloved is also your beloved.

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That which is disliked to your beloved is also disliked to you.

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And easy an example of this would be the relationship between a mother and a child. If a child says to her says to her mom or says to his mom, that you know that kid there. I don't like that kid that kid pushed me in the park. What are the chances that mother will ever be able to like that child?

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Tell me

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you guys are all young people here. I'm asking the wrong crowd. Muhammad

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it's not possible, isn't it? I mean, it's not possible if someone what was

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pushed my kid my next nnessee had to that my son would be

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Make sure you push them back.

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You show that kid

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we had put out for dinner too.

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This is my chef used to refer to this concept as my burger, which means the beloved of the Beloved is also your beloved.

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About Your will in Saudi Arabia Allah Juan says

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one time

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to me,

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lemma Nasrallah lemma Kadima, rasool Allah al Medina NESARA Alia, fatale. Yabba you allow alimak that during that time when the Prophet of Allah was at my home one day he said to me, you want me to teach you something

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or go to Bulgaria rasool Allah course teach me something.

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For color, ma'am in Abdon yaku Hina used to be la isla in law wonder who la sharika lah hula muku wala who will hum them there's not a person who in the morning says the following statement. La ilaha illa who was the who? Lash Adicolor who la whom will koala will hunt in LA Khattab Allahu Allah who will be her Asha hasenhuttl But in return Allah will write 10 good deeds for you.

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While Maha and who I should I say you

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and Allah subhanahu wa Donna will erase from you 10 of your wrongdoings

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and they will be for him the equivalent of freeing 10s slaves

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and Illa Khanna fee during the 10 Minute shaytani R UMC and you will be in a shield that protects you from Shaytaan until the evening what I thought of her in the UMC laka Dalek and then whoever says the same statement in the evening.

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Allah subhanaw taala will give you the same protection and same reward until the morning

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a boy you went in Saudi Arabia Allah Juan says that one time we were with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam and we were eating

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and he noticed something that in the earlier part of the meal when they were eating together there was so much baraka from errata Amen. Can I ask them about our cotton mill who Oh what a Cana Walla akala Bara cotton Theophany when we started eating there was so much Baraka but then as we continued through our meal when we made it to the end of the meal, he says there was no butter cut the food just bam disappeared.

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So he said we asked our messenger of Allah Keifa hyva jasola What just happened

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on the another Khurana is Mala you know, a Kalina through Maka Agumon, aka Allah Musa me Kalama who shaytaan that when we first sat to eat, everyone said the name of Allah. Then someone joined who didn't say Allah's name. And then chiffon joined us in the baraka left

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this unique insight. This attention to detail these companions had when it came to Rasul Allah, Allahu Allah, He wants to know,

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he says that one day it'll suit allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was with the companions, and a man came and he said, O Messenger of Allah, or the NI, whoa, just advise me and keep it brief. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, either come to fi Solotica for salies, Salah termo.

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That when you stand for prayer, pray as if it is your final prayer.

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While the column B column in Tata, the Roman who hadn't, and do not say something today, you will regret tomorrow.

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A lot of the pain that we feel in our heart.

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A lot of the anxiety we experience actually originates from things that we said with our own tongue.

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Then years passed by and for the following years, we now have to pay the price for those words.

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That's the weight of words.

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So here he's saying to him when at the column B column and do not say a statement, that that it will mean who had done that tomorrow you will regret.

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If a person were able to just control their tongue, you would have less to regret in life. Don't say anything. If you don't say anything, the awesome thing is even when you're angry or when your head even when you're happy control your words. Because the less you say, the less that will be held against you. You know, some people they just keep talking. And every time they say something they don't realize even in their passive jokes. They're saying things that are unnecessary, and at some point, it just gets annoying.

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and the people around you are frustrated. What do they say? What do they tell? And then tomorrow when you look back at your own life, you're like, man, what was I thinking? When at the Columbia Columbian data, the Roman who rather do not speak a statement that tomorrow, you will regret? A person that doesn't speak? Yes, it's possible later on in life, people will be upset with you. But the reality is, if you didn't initiate their frustration, it's not your problem.

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Does that make sense to you, you can sleep in peace, that when we had an interaction, I can actually count the number of statements, I said, and none of them were wrong objectively. So if there's a problem that that person felt that something they perceived, it's not me. I can sleep and so much sooner at night, because as an individual, I have cut away from speaking nonsense. But every time you tweet, every time you post something on Instagram, every time you write something on social media, you think nobody knows. It's just another comment buried away in 1000s of comments. That's not what it is.

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What at the column B column into the Roman ohada. Go look at go look back at your social media feeds. For those of you who have been around long enough and look at things that you posted five years ago, seven years ago, 10 years ago, when you look at those things, if you're not being cute with yourself, and you're being honest, what do you use? What do you end up saying?

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Husain cringy There you go. Man, so Krej I can't believe I actually thought that was funny.

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And I'm so thankful to having people around me who cuddled me even though I was an adult

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and didn't call me out for writing and posting stuff like this.

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What at the column B column in the Roman haha such a powerful statement, this last Friday, after mother's soda when we had our community Holika my brother at shift will be in he spoke for those of you that were here. And he said something he said you know, when there was sort of loss that a lot of settlement was advising LaDonna Jabba the Allah one and the famous narration. He said that control your tongue. So then he said O Messenger of Allah, are you saying that we will find ourselves in the fire of * because of what we said

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right into that Rasul Allah, Allah He set out to Salam said,

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Well, * yeah, Kuba Natsu Allah would you hear him Finn? Not Allah Hassan says

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that what else is going to land you in the fire of *? If it's not your words?

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What else were you expecting it to be? A hairstyle

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the deodorant you used the toothpaste that you're using? No, it's this this is what's gonna get you in trouble right here. This is what he's telling say either a modern or German or the hola one unbelievable in Saudi Arabia Allah one gathers this beautiful reminder that the Prophet audience and I'm sure watch my ESFP Murphy aiding us

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don't be too greedy over things that people are greedy over you know people have made mafia a the nasty, you know, wealth that is in the hands of people. Just become disbanded, have give up on it. Don't bother fighting with him about those things. If everyone's fighting for something, walk away, go somewhere else. If everyone's backbiting or everyone's doing something, watch my EOS meaning just be okay. Let's assume it of Allah to become despondent to give up on something it's es watch my ers. Murphy alienness so when people are hungry and trying to fight over property, well stocked Bitcoin, I mean, get your piece but don't compete with them. Do it in a way that's classy. Do it in a way

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that's beneficial to you not in competition of other people.

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One time a boy you went in Saudi with the Allah one much later on in his life.

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Towards the end of his life after a suit, Allah said a lot is said and passed away. He spent not even towards the end, but after the Prophet alayhi salam passed away, a boy you went I'm sorry about the Allah who dedicated his life to jihad. And he went everywhere wherever there was a need for Jihad a boy but in Saudi Arabia, Allah Juan was there. So in one narration, he says

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it's narrated by a blob drama and harmony could not feel body. We were on the ships headed out for Jack

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Welch, a leader of the alignment of face alpha at Walmart.

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For my Robby Sahil mocassin,

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a comma Serbia for either Imran TEPCO for Karla Marcia and Mojave all over Kobane how Avena weather

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of what you want in Saudi that the Allah one noticed that they were distributing some of the spoils of war and on the side there was this lady that was crying. So he asked why is this lady crying?

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They said when they were distributing the spoils, they separated her from her child.

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Of what you would incited with your loved one said Where's her child sit over there.

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For UCLA, that'd be the one at the HA, HA houfy idea. He took the hand of the child and walk the child over to the mother and put the child's hand in the mother's hand.

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Fun Tata Sahiba in my class and the one that was actually distributing the spoils of war. He didn't like it that he was kind of sidestepped in this someone went over him.

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So he went to the Emir Abdullah and place the facility

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and complaint. So the Emir sent a messenger to a boy but in Saudi that come whenever you will, in Saudi with the Allah hawan arrived he asked him Maha Malacca Allah Mossad. Why did you do this?

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And look at this treasure box.

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Will you win? Sorry, the last one. He says, Send me to Rasulullah sallallahu ala he was Alinea, who I heard of my own ears the Prophet of Allah saying, mon federate. Babina huali that in what did you have for Allah who Bina who have been a hit but the Yeoman piano

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whoever separates between a mother and her child, whoever becomes a wedge or a wall between a parent and their child, Allah will separate them from their beloved ones on the Day of Judgment.

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All this other everyone backed away. This hobby of the Prophet of Allah spoke the host of Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he has spoken.

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One time Miss Walden, Mahara and Abdullah Ambassador the Allahu anha

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they had a debate a dispute

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and their dispute was over. Phil Murray me YLC rot so it was over whether a person in a haram should wash his head or not.

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For those of you that are familiar with the thick of Hodge man understand where this dispute originates from

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so for call them no Abbas, you have a silver call and Miss Wilson, if not Ambassador Allah who once said, yeah, he can wash his head while he's in Haram. And Mikela said miswak sorry, Mr. Edwin McLemore. He said No,

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he won't wash his head.

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So then they sent someone to Abuja when I'm sorry about the Allah one to solve their matter, that you were the host of the Prophet salallahu Salam, and you saw him up close in his journeys and also when he was home, because of what you want in Saudi are the Allah one is also buddy. He is oh howdy. He is from he was with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and all the Masha Hadith and all the Mahasi every expedition even the Hajj he was with the visa lottery system. He narrates so many narrations regarding how the Prophet of Allah combined them motivated Michel Salah fil Gemini, which is another word for Muslims and Mustafa has to be some combine these two prayers he narrates it

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himself. So he observed the visa lottery systems hudge so when they asked him

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about you will inside of the Allah one took water poured it on his head facade bollocks the heat them acapella Via de he were at the bar, and he moved his hands back and forward like this. How can I eaten the BSR Allahu alayhi wa sallam fog, I saw an episode of Law holiday was said I'm doing exactly this.

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Because he had those inside eyes.

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He was able to not only host a lot of people that you will see. And I've seen this over the years, there are some people, Allah blesses them with the opportunity of charisma or closeness to senior scholars or just elders in the community. And they squander the opportunity, instead of learning something they spend their entire time just joking and laughing with them.

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What a waste.

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If I had a dime for every time I saw this, even when I was a student, I saw there were some people that were very close to the machines.

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And all they would talk about was something like cricket, or soccer. And by the way, there's nothing wrong with that. But as long as a relationship then goes somewhere that you can say that my other has improved. My illness has improved. I have improved as a person. If nothing's improving, and all you're doing is having dinners together. I mean, there's nothing wrong on the shifts part or your part where you're really missing an opportunity here. The opportunity doesn't even require you to ask a question. I say this to students all the time. When you're with scholars, you don't even need to ask questions. You just need to observe,

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learn some silence.

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Learn from their silence. If you see them, take a call and you are allowed to sit there listen to how they advise. Listen to what they're saying. If you're in a meeting with them, and you have a chance to see them, watch their decorum. See where they were

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They overcome people in the meeting and see where they step aside in the meeting. Look at their wisdom, look at their language. Look when they joke and when they don't joke. Look at which things they laugh at and which things they don't laugh at. Look at all these things, study them very carefully and you are on the way of actually benefiting from that other individual. Children don't even know how to do this from their own parents. Because we don't see value there. Well, you went and started with the Allah one. He observes everything that he sees a little suit allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that his home and even after the Prophet Allah He set out to set on leaps. And one

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narration of what you will in Saudi that the hola Juan says that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam said

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yeah, a Hadoken

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and Yatra full of Al Quran a filet let him

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that is one view and capable of reading 1/3 of the Quran every night. The Companions so the Messenger of Allah How do you read 1/3 of the Quran every night? That's tough.

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Find the human cara a fool who Allahu Ahad Allah Who Sumit filet let in Clara la let the eating food with the Quran for the one that has read surah Hollis that night has actually read 1/3 of the Quran.

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Another beautiful gem that we learned from a boy you wetland Saudi that the Allah one

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one time

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he arrived in buzzer

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at that point of the lob nabasa. The hola one resided in bizarro,

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he was in Buffalo two

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so when my boss at the hola one heard that the host of the Prophet of Allah

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was in Basra. He was so excited and overwhelmed that he sent some people that go and invite him.

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Naturally he was invited by the cousin of the prophets that Allah Juana he was sent him have not been to the LA one in his own way it was royalty.

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So then he came to visit him

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so even though I busted the Allahu and said to him, let us know and Becca Kamara, Sonata Rasulullah.

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I want to do to you, host you, just as you did for my cousin, the prophet audience. I want to have the honor of hosting you. You are the ultimate host, everyone that will ever host after you will be following your son.

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So then he said to him,

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come on, Nick, do you have any debt on you?

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So you went in Saudi with your loved ones and yes, 20,000 have a heavy debt. I'm drowning it. I haven't told anyone but my heart knows it.

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If not busted the law. One couldn't bear the thought that the one that hosts the Prophet, the one that gave his life for serving. Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is drowning in debt.

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That can our words has the OMA died

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how does this happen?

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So then, if not busted, the alarm went off about enough.

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He gave him 40,000 20,000 For your debt and 20,000 so Boy, you've never had to borrow money again.

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Why should enough I'm looking well Mata Al Bayt Accra Jota Bharani mountain Ronnie Ron de la Alinea is this anyone Hawkins to

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have what you will in sorry that the hola Hawaiian was very close to say the naughty Alia the Allahu wa and appointed him as a governor over Madina Munawwara

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even when Allah the Allah one waged war during this Khilafah against the Hermitage. This was a group of people that were troublemakers, and they kept revolting and trying to stand against Allah the alone one so he waged some very decisive wars against them. So Kathy Bernardi says Shahida horrible hotma Ali, that about you but I'm sorry about the law one joined earlier the Allah one in the wars against the hostage. However, mum Hakeem narrates that when the war broke out between Allah the Allah one and while we got to the Allah one, he didn't join either,

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because they were both companions of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, LEM Yeshe had a Yoruba ma Lin 15 He didn't join either of the side.

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One time a group of people

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came to Allah the hola Juan

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and when they met earlier the hola Juan they said to him, As salam o Allah aka Mowlana Imam Muhammad Muhammad Allahu Allah narrates this hadith in his Muslim assalamu alayka yeah Mowlana there's a group of people that say saying Molana is haram and it's go for it Shira can your it's been

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These guys man, absolute knuckleheads. Here even I'm a narrator Hadith in his Muslim

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assalamu alayka yeah Molana for cara que for Hakuna Moana calm were uncommon Arabic so only with the Allah one said How am I your Imola mode I can have many meanings right it could be a master it could be a friend it could be a freed slave could be a master to the slave it could be many things so he said Kay for a coulomb hola como uncommon out of that how can I be your master when you are the autumn You are the leaders.

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Auto semi auto sort of Allah your full yellow mahadi rehome man Quinto Allahu Finn had Amala we heard the Prophet of Allah saying that whoever takes me as their leader will also take Ali as their Mola and leader to

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honor the fallen ma model to bear up to whom when the group of people after they give their greetings to Allah, the Allah one is such an honorable matter when they left. I follow the group to see who these people were able to Manhart well who are these people on natural mineral and saw, he said these people were all from the unsalted and when I look carefully, fee him about a year alone, Saudi

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of what you want in Saudi Arabia, Allah Juana was one of the people in that gathering that came to meet Allah, the Allah one and use such beautiful words, to address him and to talk to him.

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As I mentioned earlier, he spent his life after the passing of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam in jihad.

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And wherever there was a need, he went there

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he didn't like the way that roommates carried themselves. He didn't like it.

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He felt that it was different. It was different from what he saw in Abu Bakar Amara with Manali with one of my name is Mei. These were people who

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ruled from huts. They loo they ruled from simplicity. They didn't rule from palaces, the Romanians and there's a history here. But when they are when they take leadership from Sham, specifically Damascus, they are basically where the Roman Empire was established. So they are forts there they are palaces there. They rule from within those palaces that were now empty because they were now in control of the Muslims.

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The senior Sahaba still didn't like the optics. So

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the Ebola you bought out Malawi when they will you went and started at the Allah one came to visit Malawi and at the Allah one and he saw everything all the palace and all the people. So then he said, so the Quran sunnah Allah some Yahoo Yeah, cool. Yeah. Marshawn saw in common set around about the ethanol 10 phosphate group. Similarly, wire is also narrated by, I've loved him through the other one, where he says the Prophet of Allah said, A time will come that you will see people I thought often set our own about the effort and effort and means when a person gives a thought preference to themselves over others. That's what ephemera 10 means, meaning, instead of giving each

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person their do, you end up hoarding the resources, so set their own about the effort and you will see leaders O'Meara and Salatin do this that they will keep the wealth to themself.

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fasudil so be patient.

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While we are at the hola one when you heard this, he wasn't too happy. He was so happy to. From his perspective, the reality is that there was nothing haram that happened here. They conquered these lands, these lands have these buildings, these buildings were available, they ruled from there. There was something wrong that happened he has this hobby.

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there was some conversation back and forth between the two

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for color, Malia Majora who Luca Lim whoever then where are you will need what Yahoo softphone for hieracium infotrie He about a year or

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so ago you went in Saudi with the Allah one he left. He left Damascus for jihad.

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the son of Malawi or the Allah one year's eve, at that time, was leading Muslim forces against the Romans. So while they were on their way to Constantinople, today known as

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Istanbul originally, which is what Istanbul isn't, you know, it's a distortion of the actual word. What was the actual name of the city?

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Islam bull, the city of Islam, like Islam about

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of Islam, the city of Islam

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they were on their way to Constantinople

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have what you will in solidarity Allah one became ill

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so he as he came to visit him

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at that point of what you will inside him at the law one, yeah, I asked him Hello caminhada Is there anything I can do for you? Oh companion of the Prophet of Allah.

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So then he said to him, that I have one request.

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Give my salaam to your soldiers

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and tell them to keep pushing forward and don't step back.

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Don't stop.

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You are a hadith of the deen tell your last breath.

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And when I pass away,

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take my body with you to the city of Constantinople.

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And bury me where the army of the Muslim stands

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for value.

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And that's exactly what they did.

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When the final moments of his life came

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up while you were in Saudi with your loved one, he said

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are the Hina hovered over fat, but going to cut them to unconscious and similar to whom he Rasulullah there was something I heard the Prophet of Allah say that I did not share with you. Today on my deathbed, I will tell you what he said.

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Your whole

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statement is so powerful because it shows you what he was thinking as he departed from this world. This great hobby the Mujahid the host of the Prophet audience.

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I heard the Prophet of Allah say, Hello and welcome to the new moon. Lola and according to the new moon, law kala kala who common you the new moon and for your fear

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that if you did not sin, Allah would create a nation of people that would sin and then he would forgive them.

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Don't let your sins hold you back.

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He's on his deathbed. Never give up hope and Allah

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always do Toba and is still far

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turned to Allah every day.

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And with this,

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the great hospital sort of loss that Allah Juana he was salam sallam, the Harding who refuse to walk on top of the prophet who ate from the trace marks of the prophets fingers.

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who spent a night cold because he did not want water to drip on Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who gave up foods that he liked because his beloved wouldn't eat them.

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He departed this world.

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In my walk that he says regarding his death, Martha abou a US senator ethnobotanical hum scene he passed away in the year 52 Hitting

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well Salah Ali he has it is either no ma we let his Janessa What do finna be Asli fizzling stone Tonia buried right outside one of the main forts of Constantinople.

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Walker the I'm still quoting him, Walter the Bella Vani, another roommate ha ha Nakamura, who, while you're a Munna who waste waste on me,

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in my watery who was a contemporary of Imam Abu Hanifa to give you perspective, they both passed away in 150 Hindi both of them in Malmo, Hanifa and my ma study, so Emma Walker the he is saying that

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I heard the great historian, scholar of Sita Imam, welcome. I heard and I have received the news that the grave of a boy you went on Saudi that the Allah one has been preserved by the Romans where they are

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that they take care of it, and they view him a righteous man. And when they face drought, they go to his grave, and then they ask their god, yes, that's gonna be

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and Allah subhanaw taala gives them rain.

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That was him. And today, when you go to Istanbul,

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not too far away, small cab ride away. You arrive in this neighborhood for people. There's a different baraka to them. When you walk when you drive into that neighborhood, I had no idea where we were. And the cab driver was driving us. And I said to him, that what's this book, I knew?

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This is in 2008.

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And he said, Oh, this is the neighborhood of where you went. I'm sorry that the last one. I said, What do you mean? He said that Majid there, that's where his grave is.

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So we parked over and stood in front of his grave.

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And I was thinking man, what a legend.

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What a legend.

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And Muslims across the world when they go to stumble and those who live there, and for any of you who've ever been I don't know anyone that's gone.

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to stumble and not gone to give salam to see the Ebola you, Saudi Arabia Allah

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may Allah subhanahu wa taala elevate his MACOM and may He bless us with the opportunity to live out his legacy. And to continue this legacy, Allah subhanho wa Taala inspire us by the stories of the companions and give us the tofield give us the love, the divine guidance, to walk in their footsteps. What sort of Allah who Tada and I say that I'm Hamid Assalamu aleikum wa Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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