The Life of Fatimah – The Greatest Women

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Michelle, I hear the salons of the sisters. Why don't hear from the brothers. But it's like, why am I even here? Talking about women? So hello. The thing is,

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something happened a few weeks ago, I was with a couple of brothers. I was talking about the revival series that was happening. It wasn't there yet is a series about the Greatest Women in Islam, and the greatest women to walk on the face of this planet, right. And one of the brothers was like, I don't think I should be coming to this event. And I say, Man, this guy is crazy. He doesn't think about the severity of what he just said, Right? Subhanallah any, when you look at all the four, you know, Greatest Women that we're discussing throughout this series, each of them left a legacy behind.

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On top of that, they had the privilege to be part of the life of one of the greatest messages, at least one of the greatest messengers in their life. And somehow that because of that, Allah raised them to a degree that nobody among us could reach. Right? And they every day, we should reflect on that. Beginning with us here are the Alayhis Salam, the first event we had

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As Salam went to so much struggle, she had everything she needed in this life. But she decided to give that up

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to follow the messenger, messenger Musa Elisa, she took the risk, to raise him in her own household as her own child, in the household of his enemy. And subhanAllah. At the end of the day, she gets the reward of being close to Allah azza wa jal on the Day of Judgment. Maria Alayhis Salam, the last session we had,

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she had the privilege of carrying the one of the greatest messengers in her womb, she went through the struggle of hearing so many accusations from the people. But somehow at the end of the day, what happened? She became one of the greatest women to walk up on the face of this planet. She is the greatest woman to walk on this planet, right? And subhanAllah today we have the talk about Fatima or the Allahu anha. She supported our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, her father during times of difficulty. And when she was just a little girl, when the Kurdish tried to harm the process, lmcu always defended his honor.

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And lastly, we have the wife of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam. So these are the alarm on how the first Muslim, right it's an honor to be the first Muslim in Islam. And she supported the processes throughout her life. And she was the greatest one of the greatest women who got the salam from Allah azza wa jal directly to her what an honor that is.

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So So Hala today's event we have Sheikh Hassan Raja

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Sheikh Assam Rajab is a classically trained scholar. He is a graduate from the Islamic University of Medina and she even has a Master's and PhD degree. Sheikh is the founder of ARIS Institute and are at University and she has been both an active day in both in Kuwait and the US.

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She has two judges and memorizing the Quran. And Sheikh is also the author of a Koran book of the Quran as Sheikh is like license is specialized in the Inheritance Inheritance system of this one.

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So next up during the event we were sure everyone has questions unless you know your thought is

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to be have the QR code.

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Next slide.

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So the mumble hurries can memorize a QR code, photographic memory, this can take a foot with you.

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But just remember that one, just memorize that one. That's easy. Anyone can do it. Right? So but but just a reminder for everyone. Make sure you ask questions, right? When you ask questions, good questions, no questions like, check, am I ready to get married?

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And the last time someone asked me that question, like

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I said in the mirror, but, you know, one of the good questions was, Can I have a cat as a best friend? So you know, such questions maybe welcoming sudden so

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some circumstances so

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we also have quiz. So both for the questions and the quiz, make sure you take notes right? Take notes if you don't have a notebook, I'm sure everyone has a phone today.

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If you don't have a phone then mashallah living in Mauritania is so make sure you you keep note of everything and during the after the quiz session we will have a winner the main winner will get a t shirt Why was t shirt to leave a legacy with that and show a look and the second winner will get some badges

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finally, just wanted to remind everyone that make sure your belongings are taken care of. And you know when you're leaving the hall just make sure you have it with you last time I left my car to here and I had to go back home without a car brother for you I'm here helped me get home Shala so make sure you don't leave your car here because I live close by if you live far then you have to come back tomorrow. So inshallah and more than belongings make sure you take care of your iman when you leave from this place right and solva So without further ado, I would welcome chair to the stage and inshallah mela conscious baraka and benefit from this lecture.

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hamdulillah salatu salam ala Rasulillah

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Salam, Santa Monica de la barakato.

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Just like on my camera for being here,

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may Allah azza wa jal reward the brothers and sisters behind this event in the revivals community.

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As you all know, the talk today will be about Fatima or the Allahu anha or Fatima and he has salam, peace be upon her. You will notice actually, whenever you are looking for information about someone, especially someone that is mentioned, from the family of the Prophet salallahu Salam, you have to be careful

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from where you get your information.

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as we know, the Shia, they claim their love to fourth the amount of the Allahu anha.

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But she is the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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So, definitely, her love is not just an option for us, it is an obligation.

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It is an obligation, the love of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and his family.

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So from this I want to start when we say probably Allahu Allah,

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may Allah be pleased with her, that is generally for all the companions. Why? Because of what Allah azza wa jal said in Surah, a Tober surah number nine I own 100 Probably Allahu Anhu what Ablon He is pleased with them and they are pleased with him. And therefore all the Companions we say about them are the Allahu Anhu from the Allahu anha. She's one of them, but at the same time because she is the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and this is what sometimes Imam Al Bukhari himself mentioned. He would say, alayhis salam, peace be upon her. Do we say that? Yes, because actually alayhis salam,

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peace the upon her.

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You're asking the peace. What is the peace? Just when you say Allah He Salam, Adam Alayhis Salam, Ibrahim alayhi salam, Muhammad Ali Salam sallallahu alayhi wa sallam but also peace be upon him.

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The Salam, the P

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is from Allah azza wa jal

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is the admittance in paradise Laham Dara salami in Durban, they have the dwelling of peace with their Lord in Surah Tunis surah number 10. So, saying Alayhis Salam, that's perfectly fine. But whenever you read that online then you have to be careful. I'm telling you this because you will come across something like that when you are reading about Fatima or the Allahu Allah or Alayhis Salam, it became almost like exclusive for the sheer.

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Not that we deny any of the qualities of Fatima, probably Allah Juana. She is befitting for every good quality. But the problem when you read, there is no way to verify.

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It's just narration without any verification. Why? Because that's what they do the shiana

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they have a virtual swan. They believe in him. She's the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and therefore they would say whatever they want, and you would come and believe so this is why I say it's important when whenever you read

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ally of the hola one they say Alayhis Salam or Fatima according to a listen on Gemma, the customer, that's the customer, it's not YG it's just the customer. For the companions of the Prophet Salah Salem we say it will be Allah on him. But for

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the family of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam like Fatima will be Allahu Anhu because the prophets are seldom said Fatima de Botton, Mimi, and I will come later to this hadith. She's part of

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your Sunni masa, you know, Boonie, Nima Annaba.

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What harms her harms me. So therefore scholars agreed that it is permitting permitted to say Ali has Salam, and also for for the two children and Hassan Al Hussein in general. She has actually fine, we'll we'll talk about that also, later, she had three sons and two daughters from her. So all of them. If you say it has an ally histogram, that's fine. Why? Because he's the grandson of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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But as a custom, and also now, Jana, they are in agreement that whenever you mentioned one of the companions of the Prophet salallahu Salam, you say, are the Allah Han.

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So therefore, I'm telling you, be careful just when you read whenever you read, because what is the source? What is the verification? Not that we deny any of the virtues?

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She was, as all the historians described her she was very pious. And we will see

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how she was pious, we will see an evidence of that later.

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Talking about her early life

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compared to our life, and that's what I want. I mean, you can read her biography. on any website.

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The book of Sahaba.

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Ali Saba for Imam bin hijab, or CRL, Amina Bella, for me very mentioned all the virtues, we're not just talking about

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the historical texts nowadays, we have Islamophobia

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and Hamdulillah. We live here in Malaysia, in a Muslim country, but anywhere you go, and now you could see that clearly, with the double standards of the world that we live in with the World Cup and how people are trying to enforce their their ideologies.

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Islamophobia is there. How can you confront Islamophobia? How can you confront the hatred to Islam and Muslims fought the man of the Allahu anha, she had to experience that firsthand.

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For our sisters, it may be more difficult than us because they are immediately identified as Muslims whenever they are covering. So they face a lot of that. So just think about it.

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Your sister

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not 18 years old, or 19 years old, no. Eight years old.

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She's facing Islamophobia firsthand.

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And she's been attacked. That's what fundamental the Allahu anha had to deal with.

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That's what she went through.

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The scholars who mentioned her biography, they said when she defended the Prophet salallahu Salam, the maximum age she was eight years old. Can you imagine? Eight years old? A girl who's eight years old, she's standing

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For her father, in front of one of the tyrants the tyrant of this OMA around her, they Aloma Abu Dhabi, when they threw the viscera,

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the placenta of

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a she camel blood

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over the neck of the prophets, Allah Muhammad, when he was frustrated, no one would dare to come. Because the kuffaar are all there who came for the man of the law.

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I will not see, probably less than eight years old, the maximum score was mentioned she was eight years old.

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That's what she had to deal with.

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Nowadays, if one of the sisters had to go through the through this experience, she would never forget that for the rest of her life.

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That's just one of many things that happened later on.

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Or two sisters or two siblings.

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They were engaged

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to the sons of Ebola.

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And as part of the war against Islam against the Prophet sallallaahu Salam,

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they were socially boycotted. So they divorced them.

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And she had also to go through this.

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She herself was too young, to be engaged, but she saw how her sisters were left out just because their father is Muhammad Sallallahu.

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just imagine the effect of that on you as a person.

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That's why

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when scholars talked about her prophets, our son loved all his children. But she was the dearest to him. Usually, every child has a special place, you love all your children, but some,

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whether they are because they are the first or because they are the last in the case of Fatima Delana they have a special place and scholars in general they said she was the dearest to him to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam fought him out of the lawn. Not only that, I shall be Alana. She describes something that is amazing. She says that the way she walked, it was the way the Prophet SAW Selim walked led to mushiya to her machete Nabi SallAllahu, wasallam you see the impact, the love when you love someone, and you try to do everything, sometimes this happens subconsciously.

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And that's what happened. For the amount of the Allahu anha even the way she walked, she walked

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exactly as her father as the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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growing up, facing all these difficulties that her father face

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the death of her mother, Khadija of the law, hahaha, again, just imagine all these difficulties, what it will do to you as a person

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how it will test your Eman.

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It will strengthen your image but it's not easy. Seeing your father every single day, day in day out attacked. And these attacks this persecution is not going down rather it is increasing. And then

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your mother passes away.

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You are alone.

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You're still young.

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And then she migrated to Medina and was married to Ali? Probably Allah Han, her cousin. Now in the Western world. This is no no.

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Oh, she's like your sister in Islam? No.

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She's Khaled

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and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He mentioned to her he told 14 Out of the longhand that I married you to a leader, the which took you say then

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that was earlier on the last one. And the interesting thing about this marriage

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is what the annual of the Allah Han had to present for her what he had to pay for her. What was the dower

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Fatima the Allah Juana who is the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and not only that she is the leader of the woman. So either to Nisa, Allahu Allah mean that's what the prophet cancelled and told her this is her rank. When we talk about the leaders from among the woman

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She comes at the top. And she asked the Prophet SAW Selim, what about Miriam?

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Allah azza wa jal favorite Miriam prophetess and told her at her time and you are at your time

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so what was heard our

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earlier of the Allahu anha

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don't have to give her his shield, the armor that he used, they're all coming in, in war. That's all How much is it in gold or coin in dinars and Durham's few dirhams?

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You're talking about average 15 minutes maximum, that was an hour for a woman from amongst the best of woman. Yes. Why? Because the value unlike what we see nowadays, the value is in gold and silver. No, it is impiety

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front of Allah azza wa jal, who is this person with Allah azza wa jal, not with people, the standards of people, they change

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according to the kuffaar or calluna, accelero, Amana, Allah them, that's their standards, we have more money, more children, therefore we are better than you know, according to Islam, in a chronicle mind the lie at outcome.

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The most noble among you is the most pious and that's between you and Allah azza wa jal so far the mount of the Allahu anha describing her her upbringing, she was very pious, her personality was strong, and she had to because she faced all these difficulties. As as a child, she stood up for her father. And then she was married to earlier of the Hola, Juan.

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And one Hadith.

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I was planning on mentioning at the end, but I don't want to forget it.

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About her struggle as a woman,

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as a wife,

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you're talking again, remember that always, she is one of the best woman in the world, if not the best. She's the daughter of the Prophet sallallaahu Salam.

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And she was tired.

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She was tired. As I said, she had five children, three sons and two daughters. And she needed help. Nowadays, most woman

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after the first child, second child, and they need some help, can I have a maid? Or can I have someone to help me at least daytime? She doesn't have to stay at home. But can you have some

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she was working until her hand was weak. So she came to the Prophet salallahu Salam, she didn't find him. And she found a shell of their loved one. So she told her to tell the prophets of Allah.

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The Prophet SAW Selim came, I should have told him so he went.

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And when he went,

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Fatima, and

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her husband Ali or the Allahumma, both were laying down. And this is something that the historians mentioned. Whenever the Prophet SAW answer them, so his daughter, whenever she saw her father cannot the qumola who were qumola She would stand up for him, which is expected to respect your father is coming you stand up, someone respectful, you stand up, you want to shake hands, you want to hug you want to kiss, but he would stand up for her. Yes, Canada qumola. Welcome, Canada Kamala where Kamala, she used to stand up for him, and he used to stand up for her. That's what's amazing what to cut below where you're cut below her, she would kiss him and he would kiss her.

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That's from the Sunnah.

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what's amazing about this hadith,

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again, that that just shapes you as as a person.

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He sat in between they wanted to stand up, he said, Stay where you are. And he sent between them. His daughter and his cousin

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and his son in law at the same time. And he asked her, so she told him,

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I'm working until my hand, my hands are tired. And I heard that some money came to you. So I thought maybe you could dedicate a servant for us.

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Something that she's asking from her father. Now the notion that the prophets lie Selim was poor or he didn't have money. This is incorrect. The prophets are cinemas rich.

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But he didn't keep money for himself. He didn't leave money back. No. He kept everything for the ummah.

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Allah azza wa jal when someone when you work for someone rich, and he gives you, you're proud that I am backed by by this bank. I have credit from this bank or from this corporate. Well what is the camera? For Elena, he found you in need and he enriched you who enrich the prophets Allah Salam Allah when Allah azza wa jal Razzaq, the the one who has all the provision in this world gives you it gives you a lot and the Prophet SAW Selim had a lot, but she said, if you see that, I mean the servant

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the Prophet SAW Selim was able to give her but he didn't.

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Allah De Luca, Allah Hi Raymond Malik, shall I not?

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Guy due to something better than that? Of course, what is better than that? He said, Whenever you lay down with a certain amount of Jack Ouma just like now, say Allahu Akbar 34 times SubhanAllah 33 times And Alhamdulillah 33 times for the alcoholic umami Hadith This is better for you than a servant

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What are you talking about? Hi need someone to help me? And you're telling me say so? Yes, yes.

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Unfortunately, we understand the vicar of Allah azza wa jal only as a reward for the hereafter know,

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the vicar of Allah subhanaw taala is strength, not just in your immense physical strength, physical strength, and that's from the Quran. It has an adverse Rahimullah one time he was sitting in a gathering and someone came and asked him or Imam, I'm having problem.

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I have a farm and there is no yield. No rain came. So he told him increased so far. And he left her husband came and he told him we are married me and my wife and we don't have children. He told him increase your estate so far. Then a third man came complaining about not making enough money and he told him increase your State Farm. So his students they told him what is this? Oh Imam one size fits all everyone comes you tell him increase yours therefore he said yes. This is not from me. This is from the Quran for all to sell Pharaoh Rama come in now Cana Farah, your silly Santa Alikum be the rora

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that's all No, this is insert new. And insert hood the same thing

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surah number 11. I have 52

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years your city Santa Ana la comida rara, why is it to come? Quwata illa karate COMM He will increase your strength, you will increase your strength. So here is the point now. How many of you before sleeping they say this dhikr.

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This is not after the prayer after the prayer that's something else. This is not after at Carroll survival Messiah. That's something else. This is before you sleep either a hello to Mom of Jackman, how many of you say that? Allahu Akbar 34 times SubhanAllah 33 times and then Hamdulillah 33 times?

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How many of you in a show of hands? So can we promise can we make sure that we will not let a single light pass without saying this? This is the Prophetic guidance from the Prophet sallallaahu Salam. You know what is interesting about that earlier of the Allahu Anhu was asked, because he narrated this hadith later, he was asked, Have you done that? He said, Yes.

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I have done that. And I have seen the effect of it. They told him, you've never left it. He said No, not a single night even the night of Safin.

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The most difficult night for Alia Ravi Lohan, when he was facing the army of malaria of the loved one, when 40,000 of the Muslims were killed. Even that night, a little Dan said I said this dhikr I've never left it after the prophets Allah

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for the amount of the long didn't tell the prophets I seldom Father Come on. You have a lot of money I'm asking you for for a servant for a maid. And you're no he told her this is better for you then then a servant and she didn't say anything.

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If we

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are taking anything from this, we need to practice. We need to learn how to implement what we learn in our day to day life, not just to enjoy the talk and to focus on the historical events Yes, but how can that affect our life,

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the US car, you will see that effect on you as a person, you will see the strength it gives you not just strength in the man, but also strength

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in your

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day to day life, in the decisions that you make,

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far the amount of the Allahu anha

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as a daughter,

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as a wife, as a woman,

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she was just perfect, but still she is a human being, as any human being

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there is a chance of error. And this will be Inshallah, in the second part, at the end of the talk about something that happened between her and Abu Bakr,

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or the Allah one.

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And also that's something that it's important for you to realize because the,

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the Xiang they talk a lot about and they try to attack the companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam through it. But in reality, there was nothing like that. So

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one of the best woman in the world

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heard our was almost nothing.

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She did not have any of these luxuries that people have.

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Brand new car, big house, no. And that did not affect her or her value. And that's one important lesson that we take with us tonight. That your value is not in your possessions in what you have, how much money you can make.

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No, your value is how close you are to Allah azza wa jal

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how good you are to people.

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The companions of the Prophet salallahu Salam, they knew how much the Prophet sallallaahu Salam loved his daughter.

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And actually they wanted to take advantage of that.

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That was

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the wives of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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They notice that the prophets of Allah Salam is giving some preference, so Asha of Allah Juana. So

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use Fatima to intervene. They knew her love to the Prophet SAW Selim his love to her. So they asked her, so she came to the Prophet salallahu Salam, and

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she told him, your wives are asking you

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to be just

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concerning the daughter of Abu Bakr.

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What did the Prophet SAW Salem tell her?

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My daughter, do you love me?

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This is not

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a question where this is rhetorical question. He knew how much she loved him. But it is rhetorical question she immediately said yes. He told her then love her.

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If you love me, then love her love action. And that gives us the balance. Also, Fatima Dylon didn't tell her father you love your wife more than your daughter.

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Nowadays, I say this because nowadays it happens that someone

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loses his wife.

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He has children.

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He goes on with his life. He has another wife. She becomes a step mother. She is not the real mother of his daughter. So how will be the relationship between the daughter and the step mother. She's looking at her as a competitor, someone who took the place of her mother. That's not easy. Fatima, the Alana. She had to go through that. She saw the love of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to Aisha it'll be Alana. But she never told the prophet saw Selim, you're wrong.

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She knew how much the Prophet Solomon said I'm long. Our mother, his wife because he Gerald Ilana it

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That's the balance, which a lot of people cannot make the balance between a daughter and a wife. So he told her, do you love me? She said, Yes. He said, Ben love her.

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She didn't say no, I will never love her. She she took the place of my mother. No, he never, she never said that.

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She went back.

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The wives of the Prophet salallahu Salam awaiting a response. They asked her, so she told them

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this is what he said. They said you didn't do anything. Please go back again. She said, Well, Allah He, by Allah I will never go back.

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That shows us that immediately when the Prophet sallahu wa sallam told her she agreed, she understood.

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Subhanallah so this is the love of

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a daughter, to her father.

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I say this because Subhanallah as a father, I go through this experience, how many times you have to repeat things to your children? And they question you. Why? Not that it's wrong, but sometimes you feel like you don't have to explain what you have to do it anyways, we live in a difficult time. But for Fatima of the Allahu anha she never did that.

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She was a perfect daughter, a perfect wife, a perfect mother and a perfect believer. And we asked Allah subhana wa Taala to make us

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following the way of those companions, the best of the best.

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Maybe we will not reach perfection, but at least we try.

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That's one of the objectives of being here and talking about about those great people those great woman

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we will stop here for a break and we will continue inshallah and the second part is our common law Clara.

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Protocol. We had our stock for alarm.

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Faulty model de la han Han

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has 18 narrations in the books of sunnah.

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And some people wonder why not? So many narrations. The reason for that is that Fatima Bella Han has she was the nearest one and the fastest one, to accompany her father, to the hereafter to die after him.

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And actually she narrated that

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who narrated that from her, Aisha Radi Allahu Allah.

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And that's interesting where a wife of the Prophet salallahu Salam is narrating a Hadith from the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, two companions. Usually, you have a companion narrating from the Prophet salallahu Salam, and then Tabby, a successor from a companion. But here you have two companions, Fatima or the Allahu anha.

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She came to her father

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when he was sick.

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And when he was sick, he was in the house of eyeshadow de la Juana. So

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I chose watching and she saw that for the model, the Alana cried, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told her something, and then she cried. Then immediately after that, he told her something again and she smiled.

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So answer Alana she,

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she wondered.

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Usually that happens to children.

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They are still crying, their tears are still wet, but they smile. But for adults, this doesn't happen.

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Master our fraction, Rebekah That's what she said. So she asked her what did the prophets Allah said, I'm telling you, she says I would never reveal the secret. He told me something in private. I won't tell you.

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I should have the llama let that go. But then when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam died, she asked her again.

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I beseech you by Allah I ask you by Allah to tell me what the Prophet sallallaahu Salam told you so she told her

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I see myself dying from this sickness.

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So she cried. And then he told her, wouldn't you be happy that you are the leader of the woman of this ummah. We're going to be happy that the you are the fastest one accompanying me, dying after me and soon after

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For six months in some narrations for months after the death of the Prophet salallahu Salam, Fatima Waylon had died. How old was she? 25 in some narrations 29, that's the maximum so she died young. Again, that's another another important lesson. It's not about the age that you live, the time that you live, it is about the actions that you do. You can live impact even when you are 15 years old. Even when you are 20 years old, you can still live an impact. You don't have to wait until you are 50 or 60 years old, fatty metodologia as I told you, she started defending her father when she was as little as eight years old. She was married when she was 18 years old. And I called the she assay

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because they say she was 10 years old. When she died, she was whether 25 or 29 years old, this hadith, which is a narration from her about her own death, about the death of the father of her father, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is agreed upon in Al Bukhari and Muslim.

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So she has 18 narrations, not a lot.

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But the reason for that is because of her this soon after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam unlike what the Shia and have the have a lot of nations. That's why I tell you, you have to be careful whenever you read something about Al Bayt in general, the family of the Prophet salallahu Salam, you need to verify where are you taking this from? Why? Because we have a process we have a verification process. We have to check whether the hadith is authentic or not.

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For them, it's not important as long as you're talking about one of the family of the prophets on insulin then whatever you want to say is fine. No.

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One important thing I like to highlight

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Fatima are the Allahu anha when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam died

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and Abu Bakr robiola one became the Khalifa. He asked for inheritance. As I told you, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam didn't die or didn't live as poor person. Allah azza wa jal is the one who enriched him. Why was the other 11 for Elena? Ma Allahu Allah rasool Allah him in a halal pura

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kalila he will Rasool in Surah Al Hashimi, Surah 59 as seven

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if someone has a property, building a possession, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had an entire city for that this was all for him for the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but he left it for the Muslims for the benefit of the Muslims. He didn't keep any money even he had cash six dinars, six golden coins and he wanted that all to be given away before he died.

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So she came to Abu Bakr probably Allah Han, asking for inheritance. So Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Allah told her, there is no inheritance for you. And she was upset.

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My father left a lot of money. I want my share from that money. So he told her

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the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, no man shall NBR learn or us we prophets, we do not leave inheritance. Mata Rachna, who for Hosoda, whatever we live is what is charity.

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So a worker of the law, one said that forced him out of the lawn as as a normal human being, she was upset.

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And she didn't talk to Abubaker.

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ally of the law one, he's the husband, he doesn't want to upset her because there was another situation. And Ali didn't forget that.

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So these are two connected events. What is the other situation and here are the Lohan

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one time he wanted to marry the daughter of Abu Jahan?

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He's already married to Fatima alayhis salaam, the daughter of the Prophet salallahu Salam, but he wants to marry another woman.

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You're talking about? Because of the Prophet salallahu Salam

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are smiling men. Right? That's men. So you want to marry another woman. So Fatima Delana came to the Prophet salallahu Salam.

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And the Prophet SAW Selim took the podium he stood up and said Fatima Baba To me that's the Hadith. Fatima is part of me. You know, Mohammed, another knee? What harms her harms me. What Allah He by Allah. The daughter of the Messenger of Allah will not be at the same house with the daughter of the enemy of Allah. I am not someone who forbids the halal. He wants to marry her he can

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But he has to leave my daughter.

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Now the she has they mentioned this hadith, but they don't mention the story behind it. They don't say that either of the Lohan was the reason for this hobby. They say oh, look what Abu Bakr of Milan did to Fatima. He made her upset. No, he was following the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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He couldn't give her

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against the Sunnah of the Prophet salallahu Salam So, and it's an all in agreement that in this case, Abu Bakr was right.

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Naturally, Fatima was upset. She didn't know about this hadith. And earlier Allah Han, he didn't want openly to go against his wife because he tried one time, and he remembers what the Prophet sallallahu sallam said,

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often talking about how to mini Enugu hammer another name, Cebu ha seven, what harms or harms me. So this the reason for this hadith is that earlier of the Allah Han he wanted to marry another woman.

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Over 40, men of the Alana Alayhis Salam, and

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she didn't want that. So she told the Prophet salallahu Salam, and the Prophet SAW Selim told me you want to marry her you can, but you have to leave my daughter. So therefore he waited, he didn't marry until she died.

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When she died when she was sick,

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Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Juan came to visit her.

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to console her.

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He didn't have to do that. But as a good companion, as the friend of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he wanted to do that, because she is still the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So he came. And earlier of the Allah one told her Abubaker he is at the gate at the doorstep. He's asking permission to enter.

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As I told you, Fatima. Ali has Salam. She was the perfect daughter. She was the perfect mother and she was the perfect wife. She asked him, she asked her husband, do you like me that I allow him to come? He said yes. I said, Yes. That's what a respectful wife would do. She has every right to say yes or no. But what did she do? She asked her husband.

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I say this because we live in a time where everyone is talking about liberty, woman and feminism and all that's all fine. Islam gave all the rights to women. They don't need any more rights above and more what the Islam gave but she asked earlier.

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Do you like me to allow him he says yes. So we told him to come. What did Abubakar down say?

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One line by Allah, I have not left. Matter back to Daraa Well, man, Will l will Ashira Electra Amaravati, Allah wa rasuluh he was elevated.

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I have not left the house,

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my place of residence, my money. I left it back my family except to please Allah azza wa jal, His messenger and his family,

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including her.

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So he kept talking to her until she was pleased.

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He didn't have to do that. And then after her death, earlier, the Allah one openly came to give the buyer because this is another important thing. We wonder

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who of the companions didn't give up Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Allah and the via

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Ali was one of them. In reality, he did give him the biotin secret. As I said he didn't want openly to go against his wife. She was not happy with Abu Bakr because of what happened and this, these things happen. They are human beings. But once she died, he buried her and a little Dion came openly and he gave the bat to Abu Bakr the law one acknowledging and this is a response to the Shia

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because when amiodarone became the Khalifa he never said we are more worry of this right then Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman. He never said they took our our inheritance that belonged to my wife to fatten it never this never happened he had ever

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A chance. It was never narrated. And that's the response to the show. Unfortunately, we have to mention this because they claim that they love animal bait, and in reality, it's just like the love of Christians Teresa Alayhis Salam so they made him God. No.

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We love the family of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, we love Fatima Ali has Salam, we love Ali or the Allah one, but we put them in their position as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam put them.

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The last thing I want to conclude about the piety of Fatima and I have salaam when you're dying.

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You think of your children, she left five, you think of the possessions? What's going to happen? Who's going to take care of no.

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He's said is that what's happening? When a woman is dead. They put a cloth on her body describing her body Subhanallah that was her thinking.

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She was so pious that she didn't want her body to be described.

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A piece of cloth is put on her body. That's not enough, a snap information of the Allahu Ana.

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She told her.

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We don't have Gaffer, and later became the wife of Abu Bakr of Iran. She told her I saw something that the ABC means do in a habitat.

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They bring the leaves of the palm trees, they bend them and they put the cloth over it. She said this is really a good idea. She was the first one to do it. And it became the Sunnah after her until our day, immediately when you look at the coffin, the gnash of any dead person. And you could tell this is

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a man or a woman, how by the ark that is placed, who started that Fatima, Fabiola. Juana out of her piety, she's already then she will die, what would matter, it would matter to her SubhanAllah.

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I mentioned this in a time where people are competing to reveal more of their bodies to attract people to have more likes and look at this is liberty to them. This is how they are free to the world. No. That's our role model. This is Fatima of the Allahu Ana. She was worried that she didn't want people to see her when she's dead. Even with cloth on her body, she didn't want that. So a smart mentor Mr. Delana, she told her this is what I saw the ABC News do and from that time,

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all Muslims started doing that to all their woman until our day.

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So I like to conclude with this. This is the life of Fatima Ali has Salam or the Allahu anha she was the wife of ally of the Allahu Hanna. She was the daughter, the beloved daughter of the prophets, Allah Allah who seldom she witnessed the death of her mother, the death of her two sisters.

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And then the third one

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she's the only one who had the children of the prophets Allah Selim left after him from the progeny of Al Hussein bin Ali, probably Allah on human.

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So may Allah azza wa jal

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enable us to follow their footsteps in guidance in the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam May Allah azza wa jal make us among those who listen to the guidance and follow the rest of it. I hope that we learn today something useful that we could carry on in our

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day to day life. May Allah azza wa jal accept from all of us, allotment for Nabi ma limped Anna, while lymphoma and fauna was it naman Hamelin Yara Bill Alameen Alam Angelina ammendment yesterday oh no polar to be honest Anna. So panic alarm Hemlock, the baraka smoke dialogic look Hola Hola, Zack Hello Kira. Once again thank you for inviting me and we'll see you Inshallah, in future events, Capella la Minami comes around the corner to Nevada again.

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Yeah, of course that's why I leave some time but

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so for q&a

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So thank you

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If your code or standard

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questions you ask if they're more investment questions.

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So the first question we have here,

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your value is not how much money you can make, but according to the owner is not ready to get married. Unless he's financially independent. How to balance what is being financially stable.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, this is not working.

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Okay, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, manasota, I'm in combat,

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if you are able to afford the marriage expenses,

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that's what the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, he didn't put a specific limits. And that's from the wisdom of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, because what is sufficient for some families in some countries may not be sufficient in other places, you are able to provide for the family, they are happy with what you have, when you can get married.

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Slammed balanced between the physical need, the religious need, and also the financial need. So you don't just marry people and then put them and yourself in difficulty? No.

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Other we wake up because of our father's eyes like for them?

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It's a good question.

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there are a lot of easy ways you could say, one of them is asking, just ask your parents, what do you like me to do?

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Are you pleased with me?

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obeying them,

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knowing what they like and doing it without waiting for them to ask you.

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It's a blessing if you still have your parents to say, may Allah be pleased with you. That's a blessing from Allah subhanaw taala. It is a gate to Jannah that is still open. Once they die, it's closed.

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Usually the parents are the ones who are praying for their children. May Allah be pleased with you. But I used to tell my parents may Allah be pleased with you. And my mother tells me I like to hear that from him. So every day I start by saying this and she's happy, making them happy. Whatever makes them happy, do it.

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There are many ways to be the cool of their eyes. May Allah azza wa jal make us the color of the eyes of our parents.

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question is why is slipping out of your mind associated so closely with the shy community is any specific events that led up to them?

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Now, the sheer because of their claim that they are shy to alienate the supporters of the family of the Prophet salallahu Salam. So who is the closest to the family of the Prophet SAW Salem, Fatima, the Alana

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and that's why they are always talking about Fatima and they have narrations, one of the terrible narrations they have in their books are sold Kaffee this is for them. Just like Sahil Bukhari for them all the narrations in that book is authentic, that after the death of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam the wife kept on coming to Fatima.

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So what we have what we have the 6236 ayat of the Quran, this is 1/3 Two thirds they are hidden who hid then the companions are boba karama and Osman but Milan, where are they were sent to Fatima. That's what they say of many other narrations. So that's the reason because they look for who is the closest and they claim that love to him or her and they start fabricating generations.

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What characteristics were the main reason why

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was the leader of the Roman of the worlds what was what was the main characteristics as well?

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As you see, she was a true believer. She didn't say I am the daughter of my father and therefore

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I have VIP status. I will enter Jana with my status no

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She had to go through the hard way. She didn't object to what the Prophet sallallahu Sallam tell her, that instead of a maid or a servant, remember Allah azza wa jal. She didn't second that doubted or say, but I want a servant and you have no. She went through the hard way, the difficult way.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam knew

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how close is Fatima and he gave the example by her.

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When Osama bin Zayed Ravi, Allah on Houma intervene, he tried to intervene Quraysh they sent him to intervene for the woman from zoom, who stole and the Prophet SAW Selim wanted to cut off her hand.

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So he asked for some audio intervening in one of the limits of Allah azza wa jal by Allah, a faulty my daughter stole, I would have cut off her hand. So there was no one nearer to the Prophet salallahu Salam than Fatima not just because she was his daughter, but because she was pious woman

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nice question is why is it that we know some hero I said and Pacino their loved one from the children

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and not so much about the third person and their budget.

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Two reasons first reason because they are the oldest ones and hasn't ended housing mahasin was young. He didn't have any

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important events, while al Hassan he became the Khalifa after his father after Alia of the law one and he stepped down Al Hussein, or the law when he was martyred in Karbala. He was assassinated. So this is one reason the second reason because uncle zoom the daughter of Fatima, the second daughter she was married to Amara of the Allah one and the she I cannot get that to their mind. How could they hate? The companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam are working on Donmar while Allier of the Allah Han married his daughter to Alma she was young, but Amara de la one he wanted the honor of having

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a daughter from the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as his wife. So that's another reason.

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Next question is do the morning and evening avatar and those are

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four different significance. Different significance in what

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about the

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the as car

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there are regular as car after every summer, you see them, but then there are as Carosa the morning of car, like when you say us Bana was Muhammad kulula. This is not related to the prayer but normally you see it after prayer. Or when you wake up you say

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Alhamdulillah Allah the Ohana by the Mammoth and Allah in short for instance. So these are the car are important.

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They are like your provision, your physical strength, as I told you, this is what Allah azza wa jal says. Whereas if you come over to an ill aquatic and increase your strength, Allah is not talking about the Hassan and that's something you will get fertilizer daily is talking about the physical strength. So you have the regular Ascar after the players and then you have a scar of Sabah hate wellness.

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And Hamdulillah. I tell you this, something that may be the nearest people to me don't know. Even my family

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since I was in ninth grade, I have never left the scar of the morning and evening. Not a single day that I can remember. I feel that without them. I am very weak. Make sure that this car including the one that you learned about before you sleep, make sure that you you do this every morning and evening and you will see the difference. I guarantee you you will see the difference in your life.

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There are two opinions both are are valid. You delay them a little bit after answer that's okay before marriage, but if you still do them after marriage, that's fine.

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last question is what is your advice to fathers and future fathers? Maybe

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others relate in relation to our process. So racism is

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actually if you look at the life of the past

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offered salatu salam, you don't see a lot of communication.

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Even though you see some events like Obama, or bill as his granddaughter, he used to carry her the daughter of Xena, his other daughter, but you don't see a lot of interaction and that tells us something as a father, your role or even as a mother, yes, you should have communication with your children, you should talk to them, but what is more important than that showing them your actions are enough.

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Your job as a father is to be righteous. What can abou Huma Saleh your piety will be the guide for them they will follow you. They will remember what you have done. You can tell them

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you can tell them but more important and better to show them.

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And Allah azza wa jal showed us both. In surah flockmen Allah azza wa jal told us about the story of Lookman Yagoona in intercut with Allah habitat McArdle further confused Sahara in office an hour to fill out the activity Halla build the piety

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and the hearts in the consciousness of your children.

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Before the order of prayer, this idea came before Yeah, Buddha Alchemist salah. Why? Because I don't want my children to pray because I told them

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if I don't tell them, then they will not break. I want them to pray because they know that this is an obligation to Allah subhana wa taala.

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Yeah, Bonilla in. So how can you do that by showing them when they see that from you?

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They will follow you. Even if they didn't, and this could happen. It could happen. You may be the best pious person but your children somehow they're not. It's an exception, but it could happen. And you shouldn't worry as long as they are Muslims. Allah azza wa jal said in Surah toto Well, Avena Amman what the bathroom do return be Iman al How can I be him Koreatown, those who believed and their children followed them in belief as long as they are believers, they will

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match their status, we will elevate their children. So sometimes I am disappointed. My children didn't memorize the Quran. They didn't achieve as I wanted them to achieve, but I said Hamdulillah I have to do more, I have to do more. Some parents, they put all the pressure on their children, I want my son to memorize I want my okay. But what about you?

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No, no he, he needs to see that from you, you are the best example, why you leave yourself out of the equation? No, you are the best example for your children. So, this is what you have to do.

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out a small question. This is something that a lot of people

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they say that

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said they were on high status and we cannot be set status. So

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we can and we cannot there are

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two folds to this.

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Thinking or with understanding

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companions, Allah azza wa jal chose them for a reason to accompany the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that is a virtue that we will never be able to reach, but they are still human beings, and they are still human beings that we can follow. And the prophets, Allah Salam, as he praised the Companions, He also praised the people who will come later in the last generations. So the notion that oh, we cannot reach their status, okay, so what's the point to live working out? That's very negative. No, I refuse that.

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Because it will just make it easier for us, okay, you do whatever you want, and you will never be able to reach them. No. In reality, it is possible, even though they are on a very high level.

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And even the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. He talked about people in general, and some of them specifically like always Academy. He didn't see him. He's not a companion, but the scholars gave him the status of a companion. Why? Because he was very good to his mother can above and below me. He didn't see the Prophet SAW Salem, and the Prophet SAW Selim mention him by name or so

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all your good actions could lead you could elevate your status.

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Appreciate all these people who put up a person's event?

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This not for the question, right?

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It was all for that. And we also wanted to apologize to anyone who can ask the question. So I'm going to do the thing that we have to like this

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question. We have all the sauces that

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come there and ask us to actually Sunday. So make sure you take note of those questions and ask him this question.

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Is Amazing. process. So, up next, we have the last event of the series, which is on 16th of December. So mark your dates, you know, the calendar, and it's a chicken wagon doable. And like,

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we made that announcement already. So Java, like I said, make sure your cover automation

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is enough.

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More than enough with attention.

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So you can just serve with the code. And also you can follow our Instagram page for updates.

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So we have the QR code. So

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why did I scan the QR code, just wanted to announce one more event that's coming up this Saturday and Sunday, it's a two day conference, we have these huge artists conferences COVID. And it's an amazing place to be. So it's an intensive conference, it starts at 9am. And then around 5pm 4pm 5pm. And we have scholars coming from different parts of the globe, there is like such a plus

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SHAKE started comer, and other machines were coming in and you're traveling all the way, right? It's much easier for us to go to the venue which is

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So you can look up the statewide conference event partners in Chicago, share stories,

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sign up for it, it's about the amount. But then I think it's 150 tickets. And there are some other benefits also, you can also just come back one of the best things I like about these programs not just to get to meet all these, but also get to meet very interesting people because in these conferences, whole Muslim community in Malaysia is coming in one place, and you don't get that opportunity always, people in this data can be comparable. And everyone is going to make some amazing friends, some of those friends, they just want them to last. So you know, make use of that opportunity this Saturday and Sunday.

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And next up, we have our feedback form.

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Scan the feedback form, your contribution could be through this, you know, just be honest, and anything that you can invoices to improve the organization.

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Just be you know, if you have something creative, something interesting, tell us something we could do during the program. You know, if you if you if you think something that go right, sensual, doesn't show up, you're all improving, right. And that's the best part. Humans we make mistakes, but to our mistakes, we learn lessons.

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So make sure you scan it, give us feedback. And so another warning for that.

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So we have a warning, tear

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jumps or spreading

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activities also. So we do a lot of activities other than just programs, because you want to be we don't want to just come here as the progressive brothers, brothers and sisters in the path of seeking knowledge. You struggled together, therefore each other. So that's what matters at the end of the day, right? So make sure you, you know, be part of this community together. And we look at the court system, look at the Sahaba they were community. They love each other and care for each other all the time. So that's what we want out of this.

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Join our volunteer community

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make sure you know that something is

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actually going to show up against the mind Hi, I left my car key here last time and I had to go back home without the car so someone we don't lose our cars

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okay so so lastly also remember you know to set

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intentions and so on that we've come here for the right reasons and

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so, finally we want to give a small token of appreciation

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on the secret benefit is benefited providers and communities

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you have to show to the organizers

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to also thank can check in all the way and benefiting us

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and also the collaborators

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and also other partners that have helped us

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one that is active and all the activities you know

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this event when you're successful all of a sudden when Omar Bali and you all went together Sharla and melon sort of more every sponsor all of us sponsored something in this program.

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So inshallah there are some refreshments after the program on site some generous others here has given us

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and therefore of coming here

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and also just a reminder you know after these events I mean we gathered for the right reasons also on make sure we don't miss out

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on the brothers we have

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behind the seats, kind of this place is too small so we put behind the stage so that others can come and we can pick your

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target right that and also system shopper make sure

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and so Camilla was on for our effort and that's handled on that will be

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