Details Of The Seerah

Kamal El-Mekki


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15 years ago when I was like 10 years old.

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Excellent. So today I want to talk about the seed of the prophets. And there are specific messages I want to get across. And if you'll allow me to say we are actually very behind in analyzing the seed of the problem.

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There are two ways to read this year, the basic level, which is what the majority of people do, they read it as a story.

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And it's a great story, right? You read it as a story. So you're sad words, you're happy, where it makes you happy, you get anxious when something there's some kind of problem or trouble. And it's a wonderful story in that regard. But the Prophet was such a genius, that it's a shame to read his biography as just a story. Because when you go more in depth, you discover the genius, the strategy, the planning behind everything. Nothing was done by accident, and

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everything will do to brilliance, and strategizing, and in planning, and it wasn't just for Bismillah Baraka, let's just go everything with careful planning. There's a lot a whole whole lot for the woman to learn from the zero the profits. But unfortunately, the way you read it, you just read it on the surface level, just like a story. It is a story. But it's an amazing story. And it's a shame to miss all the genius loans, just because we're appreciating it only as a story. Many of us have read that famous book, How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. And I don't know about you, but when I wrote that book, I was just so

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tough to swallow.

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Okay, yeah. So this book number that book, How to Win Friends and Influence People. And when you read it,

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chapter after chapter, you're thinking to common law, the prophet

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with this person on that day, or in this battle, and you just think that it makes you realize how we are behind in analyzing the profit. That book was written in the 1940s, or something, if not mistaken. And we had the technique

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for profit from 1400 plus years ago. But we never made the connection until much later on.

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technique on how to deal with people and intelligence

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techniques so long ago, why didn't I see it before anyone else and present it to the world? Why didn't? Why didn't we see his followers? So there's so much detail in the car. And there are a number of ways to start to appreciate it on that level. Number one.

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number one,

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you read the syrup with the goal of finding these details, and asking questions. So every time there is an incident, why this? Why don't we do that? And every time the cluster picks an individual to do a job, you start from saying, Why this person? Why did he choose him? So a number of questions if, for example,

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the city of First of all, why did the customer choose to give down and apply? What what I know everybody thinks it was caused by so what he was out of laziness he chose not just because it's close, close by. But there's some very genius points about choosing a buyer. So everybody in the room knows not to apply for doubt. But how many people thought Why did he go to a facility, but it was about 60 kilometers away from Mecca. And human beings walk at the speed of six kilometers per hour. So that means how long of a walk Was it

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10 hour walk the prophets are selling at this time has many Muslims behind them over 600,000 we'll call it

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And he could have taken a group of people with him.

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And he could have taken a book, I would have taken over everything I need. I would just ask for work, even if I was more of

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Why? Because he's the best after the profits. But the person who didn't just do the work and everything the way he chose people tells you something. So for example, the profit and loss at the end of an expedition

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and in that expedition, the soldiers were in dilemma. So as a soldier, as a soldier that Amir of the expedition the leader is under the army.

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Here's the interesting part, he has only been Muslim for six months, you can ask yourself, why would

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a man who just became Muslim six months ago in charge in an army over

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the number one or number two men, and you know what is going to be the first of all?

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Again, our quiz is the best

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explanation. But why would he do that? And so the person only choose the most perfect person for the right job. What is the most

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what needs

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to get out on the water again?

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I'm sorry for everything.

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So what happens is when the person picks an individual, you start. And then so you put your reading on pause, and then you go open the view of that person, and then you figure out exactly what it was.

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So nothing was just luck for a random person. Strategic Planning was impeccable. And everything was ingenious. One of the prophets Allah gave the Dharma in secret when he was doing classes in secret. Everyone knows is in the house.

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Right now, I'm sure at least in the audience, we can find two wisdoms one person or two is the hustle a lot.

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And I know this feels natural to mention this to anybody. Why the hospital?

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And it's not just me, oh, there is a house. It's vacant. And it's free, which

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is very strategic. Again, you know which house I was given it?

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For sure. He's a rich man. He's an older members

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in the house of old welcome. He won't tell anyway. Perfect.

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So there's a difference? And what do you want to see tonight, the difference between knowing the information and knowing the details behind the story will never be the same to you. So as everybody knows, the process don't give Darwin's secret in the house of Allah. When you find out why he chose that house, you see the genius of individuals, number one

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was a 16 year old. So everybody would expect this to happen in the house of a nobleman, one of the leaders of a worker or with mom or someone older, but who would expect to be in the house of a 16 year old young man, that's number one. Number two, an upcoming outcome was Muslim, but nobody knew that. Nobody knew that he was Muslim. See, because the operational practices, look out and watch out for the homes of the Muslims and see the activity happening there. But will they ever think to look over a stick out the house of someone who's not Muslim according to them, they will never consider something.

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Number three, his house was in a sofa. And you know, what happens? There is a lot of foot traffic, people coming and going all the time. So his house is right there. And so if people enter in constantly, is it noticeable? It's not noticeable, but it is housework.

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Is there another one? There's another one?

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Can everybody

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Okay, is it better?

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So we're saying?

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So we're saying that

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in the house of

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software, yeah. Now imagine this house was in the middle of a big open fields, big open field.

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Would it be in conspicuous giving classes there would be very clear that something is happening because you would see a Muslim coming down, all the way to the middle of the prairies, and they both look casual, and it goes into the house. You see another Muslim coming out.

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Front to look casual, but it's very clear what something is happening in this house. But it's in the middle of us in the area of a lot of foot traffic, you wouldn't notice people coming and going. That was number three. Number four, and this is probably the most amazing one. And even added up from was from the tribal zoom. Specifically, that's a tropical region when it comes to something very special.

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between them and by the hash, and this is a statement of Abu gem so

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he says we

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competed over a sharp over the honor with balharshah. So the travel across Allah, and we were competing for such a long time over the honor. When they said, he says when they said we said, and they said the poor, the pilgrims are travelers to show their generosity. We also felt when they gave we gave, they gave money. We didn't call them whatever they gave to compete with them.

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And then says, and two, they were like two horses neck and neck. We're almost out of time with that. Then suddenly he said, I mean, there's a profit from amongst us. He said, How can you ever compete with that? nanny, if Ben Hashem were competing with them? Now they have revelation, a man from them gets revelation, we can also make revelation come to one of our men. How do we compete with that, so that

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we will never believe in Him? Nor will ever believe him? So it's tribalism, see? So who would expect that the Prophet of Allah Hashem is going to be given classes in secret in the house of someone for many months? And what does that mean? Because they lived in clusters. So the homes of many Muslim are like this

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was right there. So who would expect that the prophet of bonacci will give a class in the middle of the tribe that competes against to see the difference now between knowing the information that Allah gave our secret classes and secrets for three years in the hospital?

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And now knowing those wisdoms, you will never see the same the story the same way again. But we're talking about asking questions like that, for example, the prophets have said, when we were talking about but if it was a 10 hour walk, but he decided to walk, and he had camels and mules and horses, even if he didn't have to, personally he could have bought some cows and horses.

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But he decided to walk through a pipe. So you would ask yourself, what did he walk to a club specifically?

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10 hour walk, why didn't he right? Then the other thing that could have taken us a group with him, or at least 400.

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But he only decided

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to walk on me? Why walk for 10 hours, stop and ask these questions. On the way back. The problem is worried about coming back to Mecca. And you so worried about what they're going to do. And we're going to go into the story a bit more detail tonight. And then the angel of the mountain, the mountain offers to crush the people of Mecca between the two mountains, right?

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Sure. Okay, we'll come back.

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But what is he offered to him at a political party.

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And that place is about 35 kilometers away from above. So we said it's a 10 hour walk. And this is not almost six hours walking before the age of of the mountains comes? What is six hours later? What does it come to immediately bring relief? That's another question you asked, What is the profit

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tied to the post in the mercy? When the Buddha took him to this? He tried it down in the post, even though it's an animal that understood Arabic came with debris from agenda, and it's not going to run away? And you think this animal from

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birth from this walk around?

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How are you going to catch the ball? This thing moves so fast, I gotta catch it. But

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knowing it's not going to run away.

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Another interesting question, what is the person have described in detail, and not one single word of description about the marriage, the instrument that was used to ascend up to the heavens? So all these kinds of questions, we get to look at to see that there's a lot more depth. There's actually someone this happened here in America. I forgot what the state was. But he gave a one hour lecture on geology from this year. Don't ask me how

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I can't even imagine it because he studied geology. So whenever he finds a description of the kind of sand or rocks in an area, he understand something about it. And he can give a lecture based on that. There was a sister many years ago, she was writing a book on the counseling techniques of the Prophet.

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Every time a man came and complained from his wife and become a woman complained from her husband. And it didn't come to the two couples. She actually wrote a book from that, because there's so much stuff. There's so much in the Sierra that we can tell one story to a room like this, and everyone in the room will find a different benefit from a different angle. And based on your discipline based on your personality type. You

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Find and figure out a piece of benefit or wisdom that nobody else would have thought of. And that's exactly one of the

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it is known that all the prophets were shepherds before becoming prophets. So a lot of these specifically to this profession, this province would first be shepherds, then they will become problems. So that means they've got to be some lessons you learn from being a shepherd from herding goats and sheep, that will help you live on some skill you get from this job that will help you become a prophet. One of the books that has the largest number of wisdoms for why a shepherd first, has seven wisdoms and seven wisdom prophets for all shepherds, what did they learn seven possible wisdoms in class, we came up with about 30 different losers. Because there's a difference between a

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large group like this contemplate, and anyone offered no matter how brilliant contemplating what to say, there's so much more room for analysis when it comes to the car.

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So much more room for that. And I should

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teach the theater class, I will tell the audience their profession based on what they saw from the sword to someone who would see this technique and the story of your teacher yesterday, correct. this other person, you're in marketing or public relations or service, you're correct, because they look at it from based on their discipline, what they've studied the personality types. And what I'm going to say is that deep, you can take one story, and everyone who can look at it from a different angle and ever to come up with a different benefit. That's how the no other biography on earth is better than anyone else with

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me, that was enough already. But the sooner you read it again, and again and again, and books come from different angles and don't get enough just keep going in gone. So many things to look at when I

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first became Muslim. On his first day, he brought five out of the 10 given blood buddies, apparently, no joke, quality and quantity. But something interesting, that was done in secret for three years, only. It was all private doubt. You know what the famous narration when he went and stood on the top of the hill, and he gave a warning cried and he said, What if I told you there's an army coming from behind this hill? Everyone knows the story, right? A lot of people think this story was done in the beginning.

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Pharaoh, this was three years after revelation, three years. So three years demo was done secretly. But here's the question, how can they never ever approach the wrong God?

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They must have had some kind of technique. You never hear a veneration where a Muslim sat next to a pagan.

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We've got classes in secret, you can join us Don't tell anybody.

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These people are doing classes in secret. And then they uncovered the whole thing. How can they never want to approach the wrong person, they must have had some kind of technique, you can come close to what they were doing, by analyzing who they get done with. And you realize some amazing things on day one

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brings to Islam.

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Subhana, Allah,

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NASA and these five, from the given birth, parents, okay, these are just names not but analysis changes the information. Now, when you look at their ages, their ages were 1516 1728 for birth, my

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dad was 17 of the author's oldest he was 36 1716. Right? So look at the agency,

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you start to realize that they went after everybody, young, old didn't matter one after. The other interesting thing is that they went after different tribes as opposed to four different tribes. They do. It brings to Lucerne, also a number of other people. So they were from within Juma zone.

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So many different tribes. He didn't get down to his tribesmen only to a specific age group only, he gets out to everybody. Then you analyze some more, you find some amazing things. Some of them are even related to the Prophet

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was the uncle of the Prophet.

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Salah was the son of Barbara.

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That's the art of the prophets of

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Allah was the son of her sister, Sophia, Sophia. He's the author of the conscious dinner. These are his cousins that write

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them down.

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Like, what's your analysis when you know that we're working on D one and D two

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Three relatives.

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What do you think? What do you learn from that? What does that say to

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anybody? What's your analysis?

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There's no wrong answer.

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Imagine this way. So we're having

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this to support each other. They have closeness so they can support each other in Islam.

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Okay, very good. So they were they would accept the dollar, possibly, because they already know that. They know his mannerisms and his conduct and everything. How about this way? There's a big conference coming in Austin, Texas. All right. So the good for the valid 100 tickets to sell. And they give me one of the tickets to sell. But I take it so seriously, that on the first day, I sell to all his family members, and all his neighbors and all his friends. And he, what does that show? tell myself?

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To his neighbors? What should I purchase? Maybe he's part of this conference. I'm sure he will approach his own neighbor. I'm sure he will approach his coworkers, he will approach his best friends when he wakes up the next day. And of course, everybody already he would, what would he thinks about me?

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He will say that guy's dedicated.

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He could have left these people.

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But he still needs to dedicated this. This is his responsibility. This competition is going up. And he's reaching everybody. And that's what was done. He could have said,

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I'm sure we'll get to him.

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Let me talk to this person. He went after someone related to the product, you see that efficient or not? You see incredible dedication? Did he have knowledge, much knowledge at that time? Be honest, it was nothing. So what we have is our talking points, what do you say to people?

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Yeah, that's all the people say, well, there's only one God and that man come in and not believe it. You know, that's, that's the that's it. There wasn't much.

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That's it.

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That's it. But he just took that information. And he pushed everyone across tribes Across Ages to relate the person that's not related to the property.

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One more time, the more analysis you do the more and means you become.

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Let me give you two examples. And then we do the story of life together. Right? So the example is,

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from the story of the case, because specifically because we all know this story, when do you realize that I'm keeping the profit of the man in the cable?

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let's look at it. First of all, more, most scholars believe that the nightbreed came to the seminar was on the 27th of Roma.

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Now, let's put ourselves and again, one of the most appreciate the story is to put yourself in it and see how you would react, then see how the person reacted, then you'll be amazed. Everybody knows.

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Wait, all right. So 27 days, the person is in this case. And some of you have visited the location, right? And you've seen it. And you can now go back 1000 plus years ago in a mecca, and cities were very quiet. They didn't have like loud engines and machines and all that. So you can imagine sitting in a cave, how absolutely quiet was

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in the city. I grew up in Israel for quite in the desert, and some troubles but very quiet. And if you if someone was coming up the cave who hear footsteps to the rocks falling to the left for 27 days didn't hear anyone didn't speak to anybody. Now you might say well, how did he eats?

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From her wisdom? She used to send him food with the servants. But look at her wisdom. She said instruct the servants to leave the food at the mouth of the cave. Why? Because the man left town to be alone. If every time the servant brings some food or some water, he chose them everything that happened in top Did I tell you we just divorced his wife and so

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he gave birth to another company with no

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we're gonna pull it out all the stuff. He wants to hear that. So she will leave the food at the mouth of the cave and go immediately.

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So now you can imagine for 27 days did not hear any individual

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case. And while he's sitting there, in the darkness of the case, he hears someone say the crop in Arabic. I mean, if you translate in English could accurately be read, work and also accurately be precise. And

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it can accurately be translated in English as I don't know how

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Read, or it can also be printed as What should I say? Because, realistically jabril when he said

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that what did he have a book with him? And he was saying read, or was he telling him recite?

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And that's what some scholars believe he wasn't really saying read recite, recite. And right now, if I told you to,

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respect me, when I say read in English, read it upon me, I mean, recite from memory, right? So he's saying was sight now, so you know the rest of the story. But wait, put yourself in the place of the profits. 27 days during this stage, we did not hear anyone coming inside. You can hear any noise. You'd never saw a human being walk up or walk inside. And then suddenly you hear a man. I don't know how long you've been sitting there. He says.

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precise. What's your reaction? Tell me there's no wrong answer. What's your reaction?

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No. Good. For sure. Right. So perhaps. And two seconds later, you're in front of your house in a

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minute quickly. fastest man in the world, in front of your doorstep already. Okay, that's one when you're scared. So most people just drop

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out the door.

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wait to find out what and home already. That's one reaction. What's the other reaction? is a very male reaction. Yes, sir.

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Okay, very good. Somebody will be frozen still.

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Stay quiet here. Any other reaction?

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A lot of emails. When we get scared What happens? We keep to aggression mode, we get aggressive, right? That's why you see a lot of scary, crazy videos, the guy punching immediately and question mode. Right? So

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what do you grab them? Push him against the World War II? How long have you been here? How did you get up here? How long have you been watching me?

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Talk to me. Right?

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Take this one off.

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I look like Mickey Mouse.

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All right. So

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you get aggressive, you have 1000 questions. But now now, you see how amazing the answer of the question was? It's really amazing. Yes or no?

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No, it's incredibly amazing.

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How did you come here? I didn't hear a human being.

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And the answer was, what would you like me to recite?

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She would have told us is that the Prophet is not numbers were so so refined, so superb that his initial reaction was good man. You know,

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sometimes something happens and the first person's initial reaction is very sweet. Very, very fun. And then suddenly, they remember.

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Then they're going to Sonic mode after going trashy for a second, right? Using bandwidth until

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the first reaction was good.

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But the process was so good. That his initial reaction was super man

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sitting there and even when you know someone's been watching you for a while, what happens? You get angry, right? Just the fact that you've been sitting and watching makes me angry. But the proximate reaction was to say, what would you like me to read? And then I

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grabbed him, and it's really, really hard. For some couldn't breathe and he

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couldn't breathe.

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Okay, so a question you also asked is why squeezing so hard? And it was not a hot

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speaker, Eric Ramos who kind of said, Today we're going to talk about the degree to the cake. And you know how Islam started.

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It started with a hook

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that's not

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tell us why do you think Sweden so hard?

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To make sure it's not a dream hallucination, you're sitting in a cave, and you sleep, maybe you sleep from 9pm, you wake up at 1pm and 1am. Sorry,

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from 9am to 1am. And you wake up a little bit, you do some meditation, and you fall asleep at 3am woke up at 5am. And then you dream sometimes then you're in a dark cave anyways. And sometimes you wake up, you're a dreamer. And how many of you have had that in your life? Yeah, you have a dream. And

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a dream. I recently had this dream where someone gave me a million dollars. It was so real, I was looking for it.

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here we go question booklet.

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Meaning debris left. The prospector never said, by the way, you tell me who you are. What is

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it? And why did you recite this to me? And Who is it for? Not a single question. That is superb maths. And this story changed. Right? Right. It'll never be the same again, after these details true. Okay, two people agree.

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I've done my job.

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Yes, it's amazing, isn't it? So the more you look at it in detail, the more you realize some really, really amazing things, great things happen. So let's, let's see if we can do any kind of debrief and kind of in detail the story of a story of life. Why did the person left first of all choose the city of A plus? Yes, it was nearby. But it was not out of proximity that

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there were some very strategic things, very strategic points about a path. Number one, he was a second largest city in the area, second largest city in here. Then the other thing, the city had a great place in the heart of the young people are respected, very much. So why should the city because it becomes Muslim, that might soften the hearts of the Muslims, we respect

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and they accept this religion, maybe we should look into it. What's proof the place was respected in the hearts of the machines, with the objective to the profit to the logs and the profitable of the chosen profitable law. They said Intuit consumer McCarty known

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for an ROI to the minute he

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said, How can this product was sent to a Greek man from one of the two cities, what are they talking about? We're talking about mega orbits. You see, the verse shows you how much the respective abides that they're saying, This is what I should have revealed been revealed to one of the nobles, one of the leaders from either metal or otherwise, because they accept the

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truth choosing a city that has a great place in the heart of the matrix. That's one of the number three so one it was close to the second largest city in the area three had a great place in the heart of the Americans, for it had the troubles

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and that's a very, very powerful drive. If you remember the trunk of the page on the left of the conquering of Mecca, he'd be seeds of but for one month, and the city still didn't break and they didn't surrender and the both of them had to leave. And then these are the sons by themselves. So that it is a strong, strong groups. So the problem with targeting them because if they became Muslim, that will be strong support that city that's going to take into profits a lot of that has to be powerful enough to withstand any attacks like the Battle of any group coming at them and the people strategic like that. Another thing about what if there was also even though there was respect

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between them and Mecca, there was also competition between them and so Mecca had primarily the cabinet that was the highlight of my of toys have something else

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and let the goddess

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goddess so

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we're trying to compete with Mecca, they have the Kava we have and that but if we follow this new prophet in give us a chance to surpass Mecca, so the person that we're seeking, maybe that's because of this competition, they will accept Islam. So that was another

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strategic reason what specifically chose the city of the province visitor five after a time period known as

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the year of sorrow, and this was not a name given by a large religion, but the companions needed such meaning. And this shows you how dramatic is the profit or loss and it was so sad during that year. Remember, they didn't have a calendar

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So the companion started calling that year the year of sorrow, sadness, the person that was suicide that year. So we're going to call it the year of service. A number of things happened during that time. Number one, the death of the uncle of the Prophet.

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Number four is to defend and protect the prophets.

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So much for 10 years, he's defending it. And he's protecting 10 years. And of course, he's from the leaders of Russia. And now he's on his deathbed. And the process of is gone to him to try to get him to take the Shahada, as we say now, and he tells him Yeah, Uncle

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Kevin, this word, the sentence will have, oh, and I will argue your case in front of a lot. If you say, I would argue your case. So you're trying to get out your uncle like that. But guess who is that?

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And imagine that with someone sitting right next to you, how am I gonna go. And every time the person would say that

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you're going to leave the country, the beliefs, the religion.

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But he pretends he does here just to keep it from becoming Muslim. And the person kept trying, and this man kept interrupting until the last words he said work,

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which means I will die upon that.

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So that's the first thing. After that, everybody started talking to me first, only noblemen, only a few were and there were a few attacks. But now anybody can talk. And nobody's from the street would come and take Sam, and pour it on his hair on his head, and he went home. And if you could see a small girl now, and she's cleaning the dirt of her father's head, she's crying. And

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don't cry, Oh, daughter, in

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law is

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very heartbreaking. Now everybody's attacking left and right. And then there's another incident that happened, where the Prophet orfila was praying at the Kaaba. And they a camera, just given birth, actually, not that slaughter, the southern desert would be the inside

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of account. So it was interesting to do. And they said, who will get

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slaughtered, and put them on the back of the profits.

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And some of you who have witnessed the camel being slaughtered on YouTube, of course, and you write or in person, and you saw the amount of guts. And if someone put the baby goat and put the intestines on your back, that's a bad thing. But Kevin,

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what, and how many inches ducts and warm liquids and all that. And so

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he's volunteers. And he brings this and he puts it on the back of the property. And it was cool.

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And again, the narrative here was a very thin man, even later on, he was struggling to see

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even when he

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when when nourish his fingers nursing when he went up the tree to break the to the toothpick, right? And the wind blew and they saw his legs, it was so skinny, the competitors left. And how skinny is when there's one after the other. He climbed on top of them.

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And to top the top of him How big was to get on top of the top? Right. So here's cinema, and this is one.

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And I'm watching this happening. And there's nothing I can do. Though kind of thing I wish I had some people with me some group with me to defend the processor, but there's nothing to see is watching this. And then someone told Fatima she comes with a small group and she's removing this dirt from the back of her father.

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Then the Prophet also does something he had never done before. And everyone who was there got scared.

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The Prophet said now put his hands alone.

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Allah dealing with

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you have to deal with three times. Then specifically by me alone, Nadia,

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left What

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was she?

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Right? And he's sort of going through the names of seven people like that. And these are the names these seven were the ones that were done in the well after the bubble, but many years later,

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but when he made the job, the police got scared.

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Whether or not the belief is real profit, the venerated the Kava, they believe that the cup was something serious. So when he was being dissolved, he got scared and too because he didn't know

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Smith, and he's being dealt with unjustly and he's making doctor.

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So that was the first thing that definitely we'll call it and what it caused of hardship. That was during a time period known as a default for three years. But it Hashem Muslim, non Muslim were boycott. And they went out and stayed in the remains. And nobody was allowed to sell them anything or deal with them in business or give them food or sell them food. And so the story so much, there's a narration that one of the Muslims went out at night to answer the call. And he I do use the bathroom, and then his foot touch something reached in the dark. It was the height of the skin of a camera. Allah knows how long this thing was dead years, months, but you know how dry skin become

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full of dirt and dust. And he took a hard thing

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to get

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washed. Washing.

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That's That's how much poverty and starvation they went into. During this time period, the health of the law declined so much that she died generations, three days solutions five days and the longest duration, one month after a robot

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was number one supporter, defender and his number one supporter dying at least a month apart. Big deal, and starvation and everything

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she does from a miscarriage later on. And they believe that it was good for health also declining during this time period. So that was the year of sorrow. During this time period, the person wants to go to

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a party now. And that's what we

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were talking about. The build up here, person wants to go to a five. Why? Because he needs to find another place to support the Polish No, that person that wants to get support from different groups. He spoke to different delegations during this time. And we don't want you to find a group to support him. From the police perspective, you're gonna go find another city to support you, and you're gonna come back years later, maybe go to war against us or cut off our trade caravans, you know, how much money

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the corporations to make from the from the caravans.

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Maybe that's what I remember. So these two have a journey to Yemen and joined to a shop there.

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Right. They used to make 250,000 Gold enough's

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enough a year from those terabytes, and a quarter of a million pounds a year. That's a lot today, isn't it? And he imagined for America and its size back then it's a lot of money. So the police don't want to go and find support somewhere else and disrupt their trade roads, destructor caravans and eventually come and conquer them. Another lawyer said, We don't want you to leave town. And we want you to go get support somewhere. Now you understand why the person walked to

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why somebody else

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is on the same page. Why does he want to fight now?

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Yes, because if he took a camel, and Eric shrug off.

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So if he took a camel, we'll see. Oh.

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So he doesn't want to make it clear. He's leaving town to go to work.

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That's what he wants, even though it's quite far. Why did he not take a group? What is the highest one?

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Why is it specifically?

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Yes, because it used to be used to be known as a hammer. He used to be the adopted some of the concepts. And he was raised in his household since he was a young boy. So when the Polish see the prophet SAW them

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walking, what did they see? And

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they will travel journey down. That's what the person wants. That's what the only choice.

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So they get all the way to a party. And when they get to a point where they want to start giving power to where they want to call it. You can start with the regular folks. Or you can start with the people at the top the movers and shakers, the leaders, the nobuna there is a wisdom even though it's still saving the soul, but there are some great wisdom to study with the leadership and what are those wisdoms and maybe evidence as to

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People will follow them. Okay. So there's a lot of proof for that, first of all, how many times and the source of the profit

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matter are the people of top leaders, the movers and shakers, the rich people, the noble men, and it's always them hiding the diamond with the profits. The people are toxic to the profit.

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So they are the movers and shakers, also other evidence, the profits

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to Iraq directly as he told him, and many times the kids would say,

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know, take a look, we'll give you your reward twice, once or twice, one for you, too, because your followers will become Muslim, you get to two, or when they want to heraclea in Iraq with you said

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that you if you don't become Muslim, you will get your sin and the sin of at least

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you will get the sin of the presence, because they will not become Muslim either. So you see that

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the follows, you want a very strong proof of the influence that people are

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hunting for the sweet man, spirit companion. He was such an intelligent person, he was so brilliant, if you want to use it, Marshall is so smart. One of the companions later on later on during the life of a pilot.

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He was amazed how smart he was.

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He was such a smart person. What did you Islam delayed so much.

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Islam was very late, and you're too smart for that. And that is an answer that lets you see that. But we just have on the population. He said, there were some people in Mecca. And he's talking about

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those people that we look down upon, we just make fun of all the time. So he said these people we used to equate their, their minds the brains to the mountain.

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We used to see that the brain of origin equals this mountain in size. And that's why we never question what they said. Can you imagine someone as smart as voting when he, he need to investigate for himself because I trust you so much, you say this is bad, it's bad. Then when he looked into it, in minutes, you realize this is beyond good.

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So this shows you the effect of the leadership upon the others. So you could call everyone in the street one by one. But if you can change the leadership overnight, you can change tons of people. So it's what the shortcode is this mic technique, right? And actually, if you remember something about the Medina, when he became so what did he do? He went back to instruct he was a leader of his tribe, he went back to them and he said, speaking to women, men and children is hard until you all becomes and they respected the leader so much they all became

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the leader. So

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the problem then is going to try to talk to the leadership. So it goes to the sons of Abu yet.

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And these were three men, and he goes to them. And

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he's giving them telling them about Islam, telling him that he's a prophet of Allah and their reactions. Were just one of them says, Mr.

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mechanic didn't find anyone besides you.

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But what does that mean? But that's all he's saying he's objecting to allow you to do. The second one says that if you are the Prophet of Allah, I'm going to go and tear the curtains over the drapes of the Capitol, and the objective so much that allowed me to do that I'll go and dunk something in the car.

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All right. And the third one was the dumbest one. But he thought he was smart. And he said the dumbest thing. He said, If you really are missing a lot, then you are too great for me to speak to. And if you're someone who didn't line up something so important that you were too low for me to speak

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to an ally,

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how would you like to be approached my friend

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tells them

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basically, it's like saying, if this is what you've decided upon, then at least don't tell anybody what this meaning about. I'm going to be quiet for a while. Many people think that I'm just saying one day, didn't work out. He came back. He stayed there for 10 days, 10 days. And the fact that he stayed there for 10 days and he had a home and he had his wife passed away and he had his daughters living in the house, mouths to feed. But he forced him to go and the son of Satan learn the story because you

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You make time to go. And that's why people in our community, the ones who work and give their time to the activities.

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They are not the ones who have time. They're just as busy as everyone else. And they have work and they have children, but they're the ones who force time for that. And make time for other people just take

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our screen, then

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next week, nobody has four hours.

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Next week, a chunk of time, like four or five hours with just three with nothing scheduled in it.

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So you want to force my production, right? So

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the dead space for 10 days talking to people. And in 10 days, the best idea on earth doesn't change a single person just didn't work out. Nobody knows. Nobody believes. And they ordered the youth and the slaves sat on the two sides of the road like this, and to help them with stones as

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hard as they want to put them. And specifically also mentioned that they they in their feet.

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And again, I'm saying we're looking at the details so

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that their feet are sufficient. Why do they make their feet? Maybe you can give me four or five wisdoms right now, what is the aim of their feet?

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You want them to fall now? Possibly. Yeah.

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Okay, they will be harder, it will be heard of them to walk back every step of the way. True or false? And if someone enters your elbow, then Okay, just keep it like this. Brace and whatever until you get to your feet. Then every step of the way was hurt on the way back. That's not what else

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right now

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is just put outside.

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Yes, sir.

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All right.

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All right. So what else? Anything else?

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You don't want to kill them.

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Kill the

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gun if you're aiming at the head. So how many more these you were they 15 2030? We don't know the number of that. And if you're getting a constant shower of rocks of the head, one of them can eventually kill you. So they don't want to kill them. So safe places down here at the feet. Something else on the feet. As opposed to the shoulder?

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Yes, for sure.

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Where the doctors and also the metatarsal, right.

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So if someone hits you the rock on your shoulder, belly, some of us will absorb.

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Phone right?

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Yeah, okay. Okay.

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So yeah, see bony hurts.

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That will hurt. And we don't want to kill you. And remember the beginning they were also across the road from each other on the road. So if you aim for the head, you can hit your buddy on the other side, right? So

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he should be able to see

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how long they followed them with rocks

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for five kilometres.

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Three miles. Is that crazy?

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Can you imagine someone for 343 miles, they're just following you and they

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fall and they just keep backing up and picking and keep throwing and taking the next one and throwing. So if one person did that, how many times will they hit you with a rock? But if it's 20 people 25 or 30? We don't know the number. That means you have the constant shower of rocks in your body for three miles. Yeah. And what would happen after one mile? You told me at

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one mile man, you guys insane is up in one mile.

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Look at this dedication. They followed them for five kilometers and kilometers backwards. 10 kilometers of dedication constant shower for three miles. And that's why this person would ever bet he can go to go through in life, the person and look through worse. So there's always an example of his life force. Yeah. And he had three bad neighbors.

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What are the odds of any one

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In this room having three bad neighbors, okay, we'll have one bad neighbor. But this guy is nice. I pick him up.

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But three crazy neighbors with anyone you ever met in America, three crazy neighbors.

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But the person had three. That's the maximum number of neighbors by wall for the most part, right? So because the fourth one then you can't get out of the house. So you got three neighbors and three neighbors and they take the trash and they throw it in the house of the Prophet.

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And he was just

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he would just take the trophy with gardener and he will just say out out loud so they can hear

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his system, the right of the neighbor, the neighbor