Imam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal 4

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salatu salam ala rasulillah in me, but you also have to hear to me about. So we're continuing. And this is the last day of the biography of me, Mama,

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a hammer. And what we've discussed in the past weeks, we have now a total of 28 to 30 months of imprisonment, the month that was in prison all this time, and 13 months of being chained and not removing his shackles and whipping. And not only does he not agree to what they're calling him to meaning to say that the Koran is created, but even refuses to break his past. How far were they from getting this man to convince this man to say what they want me to say not only does he not even come close to that he doesn't even break his fast, while he's whipped and beaten and trampled would walk over, he would lose consciousness. He didn't even break his fast and he would regain consciousness.

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So if the person want to break is fast and has the ability, what makes you think you can make him say something that is haram, or Cofer on top of that. So the first column for which, during during his reign, the fitness started died with him a lot. And an oppose him is the one that we're currently in his time. And he was, like we said, a soldier with no knowledge, and the man debated them. And the last time we stopped him, had whipped him and people thought that he had passed away. And so the person was afraid that it will die in his hand. So he sent him back, and he gave him back to his people. And he led him out of prison, but he was under house arrest, and he was not allowed

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to meet with people nor to teach

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him not to accept guests at all in his house, except for just a few students who that he would teach in secret. And he remained in this stage, not teaching publicly under house arrest, and until the year 227, after the Hendra one and Matheson passed away. So fitness started in 221, after the injury and ends 227 with the death of an artist.

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So when a person passed away, estimated with me to add remain his minister again. And for those who aren't with us, this man would have been happy to earn he was the minister with a moon and an AutoSum. And, and they will put in their will, that he would remain in government and he was the one from the green candle to fit in every time.

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So now we're into the reign of the halifa and worth it. And he was similar to it. And he described it as the second button. And sometimes you'll find him referred to as the second who said, an artisan was the soldier not very much into studying and learning knowledge and learning. But it was it was the second one in his love of knowledge and poetry. But he was different from the one in that he was very harsh and very severe and disagreement. But at the same time, he loved songs, and he would compose

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and compose a melody for songs, and he composed like 100 sounds while he's the Halima. So, he was a very strange mixture of someone who love knowledge and poetry and religion and also music, strange mixture. So when

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he died at work, came and initially, also he was not received well, and one of the famous kind of the famous poets, his name is dark wood. He was always in opposition to the homophobe, who were not righteous and not religious, and he was always wanted this dog when he was a wanted man that they never caught him. So, he actually sent a bone to the palace of the halifa and,

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or Dino Khalifa, and he tells them very, these are lines of poetry in which Darwin has praised Elisa, and when he read the commands of poetry is unbelievably upset and angry because they were, you know, if someone that dealt with a popular poet wrote good poems about you, then it's good publicity and they spread and they become one not just like the media of the times. So he when they open the phones, they were

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talking about what the horrible state this is in the study fidelity, another horrible one, you know, rises up

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And so on and so forth. So they put a price on his head again, but they were never able to capture him. And then he even in some of them, one by one, these people, he let loose on them with his poetry. So now in

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love with this new photographer, he started to leave his house, and to teach and give her a hand. Because the sonicwall is very busy, you know, just taking over control. So he's very busy arranging and getting things settled. And so he could probably go out and start to teach and do things and start to teach, because the ruling was of the old lady from the dawn that passed away that you can leave the home you can teach so when he passed away, and I assume that he can do that. So he went on and started to teach. So then the judge of above that and has said, ignore the dirt, he wrote, even happy to add, he said in the middle or the bottom it had he

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started to teach and started to to speak. So even having to add fear that there are people there's they're afraid of the creation of the Quran would be

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under threat or be refuted in that now Mohammed is speaking publicly refute them. So some of those were closed, close to the honey farm, get logged in. And I told him of this news. So they sent him inside information they even have to do and others and deciding whether or discussing the fact that you've been teaching now. So they sent him this message. So he knew that the fitna was rekindled, or about to be rekindled. So he stopped teaching before they stopped him. This is part of his, in his wisdom. And I mean, he thought it would be best if he stopped teaching before they officially stopped teaching.

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So then, when the valley facade banana had stopped teaching again, and along with his, he sent to him, and he says to him, he said, shirts, they sent them to security, they

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don't live, I don't want to be in the same place as you. So after that, then Mr. Mohamad kind of disappeared, he would stay, sometimes I was home, sometimes the home of some of his relatives, and he reigned remained in that state until and worth of died. So, so even though he loved him, and he feared because this was the greatest of the scholars, and he wasn't, he didn't start to finish, he started to put pressure on the rest of the scholars. So now, mmm, his position was very well known with the first two, and how he resisted them, this third

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one doesn't want to touch him. But he starts to put pressure on other scholars. And from the greatest amongst the scholars. nostril. Malik was a great scholar at mad muscle. And like we were saying in the beginning, that there were great names great men who died and left their children and women were imprisoned and died interchange. So the least we can do, and they did all this to Pete to preserve this religion of ours, at least we can do is at least know who they were. So this great man met him.

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And he was a person of knowledge and a very generous person from a great lineage. And he was a contemporary and also a student of acknowledgement, and shaming Bashir, and so forth. So Fiona, Reyna and he was also known as being

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someone he was, he could communicate very well with the layman and he could give the Guru's and halibut and the layman would understand it. If we talked about, they will give you classes for students of knowledge so that the layman couldn't understand them. But he had classes for the layman, they could understand very well, and he could also have classes for students of knowledge.

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So when

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he saw the situation was as severe that the government so deeply and he thought to himself, how can the people of falsehood be this daring, and the people of truth, this scared, this doesn't make sense. People are false with this brave is done. And the people are true, this doesn't make sense. So he saw that the government was not deserving of allegiance, and not deserving of obedience. And so they started to plan to overthrow that vested dynasty.

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And so in short on a certain day to have made their plan to overthrow the government, and a certain day, they were supposed to give certain signals to start the coup, and there were miscommunications, and they failed, and they were all captured, and so

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even NASA

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and they brought him to his heart of Libra. He remembers happening to

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the governor, or the chief of police. The police was in town and so they run into is happening around him and

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They will take you in front of it.

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Who boarded the nominee to be brought in? So he said.

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So this is someone who tried to overthrow the government. So when he brings him in front of him, he starts with something very strange. Isn't Tell me Have you tried to overthrow us on any of these things? He says Damn, often leave what what you were captured because of meaning you're trying to overthrow us in the failed attempt. Leave that aside. matter.

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Would you say what?

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And just shows you how they made this one of the most important issues for the government, and he forget the fact that you tried to overthrow us. What do you say about the Quran? Is it created? Or is it the speech of Allah. And so this was the U 231. After the hijra, and he was an old man, he was 80 years old, and he had white with hair on his beard and white hair on his head. So he said, koulamallah, the speech of Allah.

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And at one of those him as a mahalo Khan, who isn't created, and he said, who are kurama, very brave, and very to the point, he said, in the speech of Allah, so then he says, a fatter or a burqa, you're not the AMA, excuse me, do you see it will you see your load on the Day of Judgment, and not sort of Allah sent Kedah at rewire? This is what the narrations have told us that you see our Lord on the Day of Judgment. So as any photos invoice, or your outcome 100 and adjusting any, you can see a lot of the same way you can see a being and that has a body and has a limited body

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yonny that that he is the Macan were worth. So he's saying that amongst companies saying that he's going to be seen just like something that has a body that has a physical location, and he's confined to a physical place. He says up for a beer have been highly similar to this is I disbelief in a God that this is his description. It can be seen and has a place and has a physical location. And then he turned to those who are with him, and said, What do you say? So man in his heart, and he was the judge. And we mentioned him before, but he was the judge of the Western District that I've done in front of his heart says to him, his blood is Allah and others were present, they agreed as well. And

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so even now, even though this wicked man always likes to start these problems, he felt that shouldn't kill that. So he said, The Mini, he's an old man was not, it's not there. 100% perhaps there's something wrong with him or he's had a mental change. So delay his affair. He's saying, don't kill him, and maybe something's wrong with this old man. Didn't the halifa looked at him and he refused the intercession of Amity. And he said, I don't see him, except as acting on his steadfast upon his belief that he ordered, bring me a Samsung, Samsung was a very, it's a large sword. And it was used to be head people, not like the regular small is a big one and heavy so you

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can easily and chop off the head. So they broke the sword. And then the halifa said to those who are around him, if I get up to him, and if I get up now to strike his head, let me know when get up with me. And don't try to stop me. I'm trying to get up. I'm going to do this by myself. Don't try to help me anything. If I get up to him, let no one get up with me. For I seek the reward in my footsteps to discover every step I take to attempt to cut his head off. I seek the reward in every step that I take. who worships a God, we don't worship, nor know with a description with which he described him with saying, he worships the God that we don't know. Nor notice description of this

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God. Then the sheer amount of love was placed while tied up and he ordered that his head be stretched out with a rope. And then the floaters which stretched him out. And so he's pulled from his head and foot from his body. And then he wants to him and he stopped him with his sword and he cut off his head. And then he ordered to bring a piece of paper on he went on which he wrote.

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This is the head of Amitabh Nasir alpha a.

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He was called by the servant of Allah Eman Harun and he is an worth Billa. I'm not meaning

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to say.

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Either you're calling a federal court and just to claim that the Koran was created and to negate any marketing about anything

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And he refused.

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And and he refused, except in he insisted to be adamant and stubborn for a gentle love with an error, so I've lost count, like Yanni hastened him to his fire. I mean, so he was killed and he was taken to the fire

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And then he says, and then it says that calcium was here, Mohammed napton. Medic, as the service is the one who wrote it was the minister, not the medic as a yet.

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Then it was hung on the ear, on the head of NASA. And the head was taken to Baghdad and hung on the eastern entrance of the city, so that the people could see it hung for months. And this is how they're trying to set an example. So they cut off his head, they put this note on his ear, and they hung him on the eastern entrance to the city of Godot for months, they left him there, and then they took him to the western side for months. And on the U 231, after the hijra on the 28th of Siobhan. The His head was hung on Saturday, the first day of Ramadan, and his body remained in Sacramento City of sort of Ronald Coase.

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Some are in English also, for six years. It was like that until his finally after six years, his head and his body were gathered together in Boston in chawan, in the year 237, after the hijra, so news of this crime spread. And with it, plenty of rumors and exaggerations. And yeah, nice, apparently, by killing demand, he may be a greater hero. So the rumors, and of course, they were not true. But it shows you the place of this great enter in the hearts of the people that the rooms that he's after his head was cut off the tongue kept moving and keep reciting the Koran until he was buried only for six years that Tom kept reciting the Quran. It wasn't the case. And it was just an

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exaggeration, but it shows you how then leave the population in the moment look at these great heroes, to the point where they started to, and maybe even make fairy tales around them just because of how great they were. And what a great place to have in the hearts and minds of the people. And he became known as a shade the shade. Nobody said. They said actually, and everyone knew you were speaking about evidence, and people had remained attached to him and to his heroics for years after that. A lot of fun even though the above that it says that when an motorcade came to power of disease in the area and McKee entered upon that, Okay, so now this is now we're talking about a lot

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of right is the heading for now.

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This is an old kid who came after him. So for example, Bob Dudley, the the historian, the scholar, he's talking about the brother of a while when he came into power. So this is after one sec died.

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Abdulaziz McKee entered upon him talking and said,

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Yeah, a mirror Mini is not stranger than the affair of Atlanta, your brother. He killed Osama bin Nasser, Al Hussein, he and his tongue would recite the Quran until he was buried stone the halifa your brother killed this great management of innocent and his tongue kept reciting the Quran until he was buried Six years later. So, and Tolkien was very disappointed by that. He felt that his brother because it's his brother, his brother killed the righteous man, there's not a good thing to do. Someone who's done would recite the Quran for six years after his head was cut off. So this is a bad thing for my brother.

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So then Muhammad is not that many because they remember the ones who wrote the note that we did put on the air he entered upon them a token so no token said to him even as a yet there is this comfort in my heart from the killing of NASA. So because they add now it's trying to tell him it's okay. Your brother did the right thing. So he says a mural? Yeah, a mural mini May Allah burn me if I'm your minion and was that your brother killed him while he was a captain? Yeah, I need your brother killed him while he was a golfer. If not, may Allah burn me. And then

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a man by the name of Emma entered. So talking said to him, yes, there is discomfort in my heart from the killing of amedda Vanessa. So then how can I chose him? Yeah, a mirror mini May Allah cut me to pieces is Amir McLean, and worth had not killed him except that he doesn't have your brother killed him when he was accompanied, if not, may Allah cut me up into pieces. And then I haven't really been able to add the troublemaker entered. And so the honey who tells me

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every two hours, there is discomfort in my heart from the killing of Osama bin Nasser. And so I've been able to answer some yummy mini may about paralyze me if I'm Iranian worth of had not killed him except as a Kaffir.

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Later on, in the talk, he landed the fitna. He took him as a threat. And he burned him just as he supplicated against himself, because then suddenly a lot burned me. So he took him and he burned him. And so her sama wouldn't have done that say, look me up. When you saw this guy burned around. Where did he run to? He rented the tribal.

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Affirmative, the NASA Jose, this guy runs to his tribe. And so a man recognized him and he said, Yeah, oh, people have fuzzer This is the one who killed your cousin, Nasir. So Zach came and attacked him and they cut him into pieces they don't know about the donor is this what happened to him this is what Allah decreed. And as for Abby to add the troublemaker Kevin rekindling the fitness for the reign of three or four of us who died, paralyzed the same way he made, I guess, against himself. That was the story of ametek Nasr, the great scholar and the great enough who died for the sake of the religion and he died in this fitna. And there are stories of other some heroes in the

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creation of the Quran. And these people, like we said, gave up their lives. And the least we can do is just know what they did for this religion.

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Another was nine in Hamilton, he was a scholar and 100 and those who would refute the people of Buddha, and in his speech, and in his writings, he wrote 13 books in response to a Jamia and he was a student of shame in the machine. Anyone Ahmed says 900 came to us, this is what we're talking about now.

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He says, 900 came to us while we were at the door of machine, meaning when you were studying with machine named Mohammed came to us, meaning we met him at the time that we were studying with machine and said, Have you categorized the messenger of loss of life. So from him, it says, From then on the took heed to that, yeah, this was now the one of the first people to say, put their hobbies based on the categories. And these are mohideen. Remember, they're not football, the football is they would look at the heart by itself and things. But they had nothing. They just got it the narrations and it's one time it could be a narration about next time, it could be about mensis. Next time, it's

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about the huddle. Next time, it's about the next time it's about war, whatever it is. So he was the first to tell them this His name is Muhammad, he does not categorize their hobbies. And from that point on, they would put the hora And Pilate like that in the hadith of and even the book of boho, when you look at it, categorize they're hiding it just gather all the Hadith and mix them you categorize them. And this is one of the first scholars to suggest that. So just to show you what a great scholar we're talking about the people who narrated from him as a ninth grade scholar who are known as Buhari Ramallah. And so he tirmidhi. And even in prison named Mohammed he turned the prison

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into clusters of filth and ahaadeeth. And everyone started to learn and to seek knowledge in the prison. So

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he stayed in Egypt, and when the fitna was rekindled, he was taken with the grain in an envoy D, during this is the year 223, during the philosopher Nazi so these are, this is not the time of an artisan. And these are some other people also who suffered. And we're going to look at some of the things that happened to them.

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So he was asked about the creation of the Koran, and he refused to accept and say the Quran is created. So they placed him in prison, and they put him in chains. And when he felt he was going to die, he asked to be buried in his chains. So this is now 911.

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So he asked to be buried in his chain so that people were surprised that I said, what he said in the house and Danny, I'm going to come and complain in front of Allah subhanaw taala says, I want to be very good, my change, I want to be resurrected with my change. And with my change, I'm going to say in front of Allah azza wa jal, this is what these people did to me over something that's not a part of you or your religion. And he died on Sunday, the 13th of June Allah, Allah and the year 228 after the hedra. So 223 is when they were captured. And 228 is what he does. So he spent five years in prison. And

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so he does it at the time of the beginning of the halifa.

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Another of the heroes was a contemporary of mine, his name was useless. Yeah, and boy, he's just known as a boy. You don't he didn't call you

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as a boy. And he was taken to prison with nine

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And both died in prison. So name died in prison of Samara and 228. And he was thrown in a hole and nine that we were talking about. They just threw him in a hole. He was not routed, he was not wash the

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unmarked hole somewhere. And when he came over, he was the chef of the scholars of Egypt and he was one of the greatest scholars along with the Shafi and he was very close to a chef

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or chef that was very close to him to Boise and when he when a chef a first saw him, remember we spoke about for us one time and we're doing automatic when it should have a first so it boiled Lee for the first time he looked at him, and he said, look what he said. He said to Panama, you will die in chains. He met him for the first time. It is not him. There was no fit and at the time, nothing surfaced about the prison book and when he signs it to Panama you will die in chains. It is from the philosophy of the believer, as the prophet SAW said and said

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so I really understood a man is an eyewitness and look what he says something phenomenal about it. He says I saw unwieldly on a view

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on his neck with a shotgun. And on his feet was a chain and between the chain and the shampoo was a metal chain. So there is now is a shackle on his neck and he's changed his feeder chain and between the two is another chain from his legs up to his neck.

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And on it is a brick that weighed 40 pounds and yet like a brick was in weighed 40 pounds just to make it visible. So it's got it like this are on 24 seven. So this is how he described them one more time I saw avoidably on a mew on his neck with a shackle on on his feet was a chain and between the chain and the shackle a metal chain and on it was a brick that weighed 40 pounds. While he was saying in number 100 of love would fall into the coffin for either candidate coolness Luca for canon of Lupin hollow,

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unbelievable argument he's telling them, Allah. Remember, again, they're saying the Koran is created. It's not the speech of Allah. He's telling them Allah created the whole creation in the mahalo Kala hunt, because Allah created the whole creation by saying, could they're saying hello doesn't speak. So he's saying, they're saying then that corn is created. He says, If corn this word corn is created, then that means something created created the creation, see this argument, unbelievably beautiful. So if Allah didn't say corn, and corn is something that's created, and couldn't create it, everything else, then something created, created the creation alive. So there is

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no logic to what you're saying. So they're, you know, they're taking him around on a view like that. And this is what he's saying out loud. And he was firm and his belief for him. And he said, we'll live, I will die in this change of mind so that the generation after us will know that people have died in their chains because of this affair, meaning because of this religion. This is us that he's talking about, that people afterwards will know that people died in their chains because of this affair because of this religion. And if I'm entered upon and worth I will tell him the truth. And he's saying if they enter me, apparently, I'm not going to bow down or say what they told him the

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truth that he needs to hear. And he was.

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And he changed the prison to a place of worship and a place of knowledge. And he was always in prayer and day and night. And and I wouldn't assert, I have not seen him at any hour of the day, except that he except that I heard him reading the Quran, in prayer. And he remained for years in prison. And he wrote to a very interesting man in Egypt same then sometimes. So he wrote this letter to a man in Egypt, because he was from Egypt. And boy, he said, sometimes times would come when I would not feel the change on my body until I looked at him with my hands. And he would send advice to the one who took over his halaqaat telling him take care of the new students take care of the new

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Congress, even though he's in jail. He still cares about the caliber, and the students of knowledge. And

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so then, when and when he would hear this is the moment boy, we're still talking about, when he would hear the call to Friday prayer, he would make a motion and he would walk through the door of the prison. Every Friday, he would hear the alarm for Friday, he would make wash my clothes and walk to the door of the prison. And he tried to look his best with the clothing that he has and then the guard would return. So he would say alone in Thailand, and you need a job today from a neurone Yeah, Oh Allah, you know that I have responded to your call.

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But they forbidden. So any. And he made the he knows that they're not going to let him but he's making the effort to respond to the color and they stopped him and every Friday, he would wash and put on his clothes and come and the token the guard would turn to go back and he would say Allah, I responded to your collar that they

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they forbade me. And he remained patient in prison for eight years until he died upon patience and steadfastness. So then, in a matter of law remained the almost leader. And many scholars were imprisoned during this reign. But that was that was afraid of him that might have been hampered. So he kept, you know, harassing and bothering other people. But he was afraid, because people might revolt if he were to capture it again. So

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then we're going to talk about another great hero, and the one who, due to his speech and the fitness, so he is known for the one who stood against it. But other Abdullah Abdullah Ahmed attorney, and he was the sheriff of Abu Dhabi. And then he, the, the narratives of a hottie, and he's the one who his conversation is what really ended and put an end to the fitna again, his name is abraca. Rough man, his name is Abdullah, Mohammed, an attorney. And he entered the corner work while he was chained up. And the debate began with even Abby to add. So the shift and autonomy he began with the question, you have an astronomer who informed me of this belief of yours is in

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something that is legit, and included in the foundation so that the religion is not complete, until we say what you say. And is this something that's was it is is one of the like the pillars the most important things in the foundation of the religion? So our religion is not complete until we say what you say that the Quran is created? So happy to answer yes, it is logic. So the shell and autonomy, he said, inform me of the Prophet, the prophet of a possible body. When Allah sent him, did he conceal anything that the Prophet said, uncanny conceal anything from that which was he was commanded? saying, that the process of love keep any information to himself that he was commanded to

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tell people even ever to answer? No. So then the Chef allatra me asked him did the prophets of Allah on April 2 call people to what you're saying that the Quran is created?

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And so I was dumbfounded, dumbfounded. He couldn't respond. And he, he could not. His first claim was that it's part of the religion. It's one of the fundamentals, it's wired. Then he asked him, did the person hide anything concealed? I think he was supposed to teach us He said, No. He said that he takes this, and how could it be worded and one of the pillars and fundamentals and personnel didn't speak about it? So I was dumbfounded, and he couldn't respond. And he remained quiet.

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So shuffle autonomy.

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He turned to the philosopher, and he said, Yeah, me, me. One.

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What does that mean? It means 10101. So I

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was taken, and he quietly said, One, and so in

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the email, and

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he said to me, even happy to inform me of Allah subhanaw taala when he said, a young a command to the convener come today as completed your religion for you, was a lot of the one who spoke the truth about its completion, over you the truthful one about it being incomplete. Was Allah speaking the truth that he completed the religion? Or are you more correct, saying the religion is not complete, because no one has mentioned the issue of the creation of the Koran. So I might have been able to add was quiet and share that autonomy looked at me in the halifa. And he said to

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he was overwhelmed. He was not used to this kind of debate. So then what he said yes, to this the money for not being taken. And so the chef's and inform me of this saying of yours, meaning that the Quran is created, did the Messenger of Allah sallallahu I sort of know about it? Or was he ignorant of it? And did the person know what the divine was created? Or was he ignorant of this issue? So even having to add he only has one option? He said, Yes. He knew about it. He can't say he didn't know about it. Now I know it. So then the shelf ultra me he said, so did the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam called people to it. And even added to add, was quiet. He can't eat because if

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he says yes, where's the proof? He never called him and if he says no, then why are you calling people to it? And there is also a low end engine for people to it. Why would you put call people to it? So he was quiet for the shift looked

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He said, Yeah, many, three. And that one said, three. And so the chef said this, that you claim, oh, son of Eben Abbey to add the double burger and the Rama on earth man, and I didn't know of it, or did they not know of it? And so I might have been able to add say they didn't know of it. So the shelf doesn't. So you know what the right lingo that the qualified didn't know. So even though it was quiet, then he said, No, no, no, I made a mistake. They knew about it. So I was trying to change backtrack. So the chef says, so if they knew it, why did they call people to it as you have done, and force them upon it as you have done? So he remained quiet? So then the shift said,

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ama was yaka. malizia did not what surprised them? suffice you? Yeah. And he said, it was enough for them, if they knew it, if it was enough for them to never mention it. So if it was enough for them to never speak of it, why wasn't it enough for you to never speak of it?

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And then the shift turned an AMA didn't ever do. It was quiet, didn't say a single thing. We're going to show her a dummy turn to work. And he said, Yeah, I mean, I have presented meaning I've presented my arguments, and I've been happy to add has fallen short of debating that he said, many if it does not suffice to keep to yourself this saying or this belief, as this man has alleged that the Prophet sallallaahu Idaho said them.

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And I will Booker and aroma and earth man and I Li sufficed with meaning they were content with keeping it to themselves, then. So if it's if it doesn't surprise you to stay quiet about something, according to the Prophet said that

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it were quiet about then May Allah not suffice you with anything, did not what suffice them suffice you. And that was the outcome I was. And I was absolutely shocked by this excellent argument in this world presented logic. And he began to think. And then he said, Yes, that's how it is release the shackles of the ship. And he ended the fitna, and he had the shackles and the chains removed from the shift. And a shift will occur to me immediately as they removed his chains. He immediately

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he jumped at them. And he took the change again. So it was it was shocked. And he said, Why did you take the change after we broke them? And the chef said, I have intended to leave it in my will, that if I die that he places in between me and the shroud? Yeah, I need that I'm shrouded in my change. So that I'm a complaint against this oppressor, I might even be to add with a lot and say, Oh my Lord, why did he change me up and frighten my family.

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And then the gracias Rami, he started to cry. And then

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he started to cry and the people started to cry from what he was saying. So then, and workup tells him put me in the hell out meaning and forgive me for what I have done to you. And he ordered him to give him 400 Gold dinars. And the chef said, I do not need it. I'm not in need of it. And he is the attorney for all tend to be returned back to his home in his region, in honor. And so of the witnesses of this debate was admitted, he admitted he was the son of a worker. And he says, I changed my mind about the creation of the Koran. And I think and worth denounced it on that day. So this is now Teddy, the son of water. He was he witnessed the whole debate. And he says, I changed my

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mind after I heard that. And I think my father changed his mind as well. And how are we doing on time?

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but we're almost done. He knows so. So he says, then the son or the son of a waterfall method, he says, then my father entered the house and lay on his back and kept repeating the same of the shift. And he went home, he goes and he goes into the room. He's lying down on his back and he just kept repeating to him. So Emma was Yeah.

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It just made so much sense to him. That if the process alone was okay to stay quiet about this issue, why wouldn't you? If he didn't insist on spreading this issue or talking about it? No. Did the great follow up? Then why didn't you stay quiet about and he just kept repeating that did not suffice. densifies you actually did not put the trial This is the still the quote of a lottery. He did not put to trial anyone after that. So

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fitness started in the year 212 after the hinge era, and it ends now in 232 20 years, this fitness and the fuel of the fitness where the scholars and have a hadith and the scholars have a Koran over an issue that has no basis in the religion. And

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as far as an Edward, it is not knowing if he died with a different leader, but it is known that he never ever claimed that the Quran is created after that, and the oma remain in this state until it died in 232. After the hatred, and in that same year,

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the people pledged to the next halifa who was talking and people were very optimistic about him. He used to love the Sunnah of the Prophet sighs and and the people of the Sunnah and the fitna officially ended, and Tolkien wrote a letter, let not anyone say that a foreign is created. So it means he made it a formal and official decree of the government do not let anyone say that the Quran is created. So he was raised in the eyes of scholars and the people they thought well of him and he became very popular in support of the Sunnah.

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co2 says that they gave him the pledge and 232 after the hegira and he supported this one and its people and and he like and he said, he summoned all this up to his city and he honored them and he asked him to teach that hadith of Allah attributes specifically and that he soprano tada will be seen on the Day of Judgment. So now he is supporting the Sunnah honoring the scholars and telling them go out and teach the attributes and teach people the correct updater. So the population knows the proper updated. Then he turned to me and almost

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totally eradicated and ended them. And the judge hammered in a bit late he was taken. This is one of the leaders of an engineer. His name is Mohammed and I believe he was taken and they shaved his beard. Why?

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This is how these two dishonest someone before they would shave his beard.

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So they shaved his beard and they hadn't beaten and they took him around on a donkey that's like this, they would probably publicize someone's embarrassment and they beat him shaved him and took him around like that on the donkey so everyone could see him shaved and beaten, humiliated on a donkey.

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And after a while, he wrote to his half a mini Brahim. So this is now the halifa he

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he writes a letter to Vinnie Brahim, remember, it's happened to him. And he tells him in the letter send me an American pan. But so he asked me how to grow him then asked me to come to him. And he honored him greatly. What

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happened to him now is honoring him greatly he would before bringing him to his house. And so we're sending you to the Khalifa with the chains and soldiers. But now he honors him greatly. Why? Because he knew that Alex was going to honor him. So when it comes to the husband talking to him, he honors him. And now the Imam hameau. But he's 86 years old. And when he sat next to his husband, he brought him and that's the way he would honor you. you'd sit next to them is happy when I brought him up asked in the Quran. What do you say about it? So an anathema to this question of yours? Is it seeking trouble or seeking the truth? We're going to start this whole thing again. Or are we seeking

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the truth and it's happening, Brahim said, seeking the truth. And even Ahmed said it is the speech of Allah revealed and not created. And it's hard for him said, I believe in what you say. And I say what you say. So he prepared him in a caravan and headed him towards the halifa. And he went ahead of him to greet him there again, out of respect, so I'm going to send you to the halifa. But I'm going to travel faster than you so that when you come and I'm there again to receive you well let to prepare things for you. This is the respect that they're giving the email now. On the way what happened the caravan passed by Mohammed bin is hack. So this happened Ibrahim, this is his son

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humble in his heart. So a man didn't greet him because of his position on the creation of Gabon. So Mohammed got upset and told his father and his father got upset and told her Eva and halifa got upset. So he says send back, you know, I don't want to see him How could he upset his heart and his son, so it's happened. It's Sunday I played with the diva. So they returned the Imam. And this started to ruin the relationship between the Imam and the halifa. And so another thing that people have been I saw this they hated him. Because there were people have been and that's why you when you look in the books of cinema, they'll tell you things like if you see someone who loves him, but know

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that he loves

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isn't because typically the people have been our were the ones who hated him.

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So they went to the halifa

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This is a man who's never leaving the belfry, he went and told the halifa that one of the people of bait is hiding in the home about Muslim unhampered. Now that bastard had many problems with that a little bit. And so

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and then they would persecute them and seek them out and have them killed and things like that, because

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most of the population supported them and thought they should be. They were righteous, and they should be the holophone. And so the best were felt very threatened by them. So.

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So he tells him, that the worst thing for that message to hear is that someone is making they are supporting it. So this man and Belfry he goes, and tons of halifa, that one of the people that in bake is hiding in the house of Humbard, anyone who had made a pledge to him in secret. And so they raided his home. And, and they attacked his home from every angle, and even the roof, and they came into the roof, and they only found the man sitting with his children. And they explained that they were looking for this man. And I told him, I have no knowledge of this, your interest, nor is it any of my intention, I see the obedience to men in secret and opening. And I make the offer for him

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during the day and during the night. And so the update that I just described as the update of some that you've been, you remain patient, because and you know, historically, many scholars, some of them saw that you should overthrow the hack MP, because it would bring more good and other scholars saw that, you know, fighting causes only more harm. And that's why they never took part in any revolt or anything like that. And he said many scholars and many great scholars were on different sides of this opposing sides of this viewpoint. So the search is home and even his library, even the rooms of the woman and they were sure of his and his innocence, then they sent to the honey from the

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dog kill. And when they sent him that there was absolutely no one in the house. He knew that the people have been at wanted to ruin his relationship between him and him.

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And he understood why they did it. So he sent him a letter explaining what happened. And he Moreover, he brought in the belfie this matter what enlightened said it has some Informatica debate in his home. He brought him and he said it. He said, Yeah, Bob dilla. This is the one who told me of that line about you. So command What You Will I mean, whatever you say will do to him. And even God forgave him and said, perhaps and look at how merciful the Imam was. He said perhaps he has young children who will be saddened by his death, and someone who wants to kill him. That's how the only currency they understood killing. So he's saying perhaps he has young kids, even though he's wicked,

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and he tried to get me killed. And the guy tries to get him killed. But in the mom only thinks of his kids he said perhaps, perhaps he has young kids will be saddened by his death, so he forgave him. And

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and so the amount of the halifa sent him a question meaning here out of benefit to seek benefit, what do you say of the Quran, and he wrote back to the Khalifa with a hobby and saying that the companion showing the topo is the speech of Allah.

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So then around the year 241, after the hedgerow Eman madrichim Allah He fell ill. And when he became ill, the people crowded the areas, all of them wanted to come to greet him and to visit him while he was sick. Everybody, the lame and the people in the population wanted to come and visit the EMA because he's sick. And the government had to send guards to organize the crowds and organize the lines. So this is just a sick man in his home. And people loved him. And they respected him so much that the government had to send people to organize the crowd and organize the long lines, and the businesses in the area could not operate. And people came to write and record the events of what

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happened. And even the people alive at the time knew this was a historical moment. And they were writing and recording what is happening and what's going on. And some people

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just to get near the Imam would go to a house of someone they knew. And they would from there, jump the wall into the neighbor's house and jump the next wall and jump the next wall just to get near and to the house. So if you can imagine it, that if the crowds and lines were filling the streets and there's so many so let's say the houses here, and the crowds are all over the place. How am I going to get to the front of this room so they jump through people's work from one wall to another go into the people's yard that jump the next one gets is to get closer to the house of the IMA but in the year 241 after the hedgerow VMM passed away, and his funeral had

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Hundreds of 1000s of people, the least estimation is that there were 700,000 people in history. And the largest estimation is that 2 million people attended his funeral, Mohammed Abdullah, even further because they like the vice governor, he led the prayers and the prayers continued from door until us group would come and go and just continue Salaam I found another group of lava until from God until after they keep praying over the EMA. And the Imam had said previously between us and then meaning the people of fit and happy to add and those people are the funeral prayers. And the the funeral is the difference between me and these people. And everyone came to the genocide. Even the

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people of Buddha and the people that they knew this was a great man

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as much as they hated him, but they know he was righteous. They no one ever spoke bad about anyone they know he forgave everyone. So even though they hated him on this level, they still know this was a righteous man, they wouldn't say that he is not righteous and they came to his to his funeral as well as for Vishnu and mercy. This is the man in Allah has said the difference between these problem makers, the difference between us will be indigenized. Visual America with a small group in history, No, I haven't been able to add just the government workers assigned that will have to bury him. The guy who wants to dig the graves and the government workers assigned had to bury him otherwise nobody

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else can.

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If you can hear him Allah says that Allah has made truthful speech of the number of men and women who prayed over him could not be counted.

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Another by the name of Abdullah Abdullah, he says we have not heard of a gathering in Jay Z, nor in Islam larger than the gathering of Mohammed's funeral. And the people started to count and they counted, some of them counted 1.7 million. They said, not counting those on ships and boats as well, because in the water, the waters there. So people were also because of the crowds on the ships and boats praying as well. But these were not counted amongst us 1.7 million. And it was known yearning for until recent times that the largest jazz in the history of Islam was a gentleman that had been humbled until recently in the recent years in the diocese had been basil hang on law passed away.

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And his janazah was actually larger than

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it would have been. But for the we're talking to 41, after the hitter for 1200 years, this was the largest generation in the history of Islam. And even Ibrahim His name is I find him that we brought him a selfie. He quotes in a V Jaffa said, Do you know who was buried today?

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And they said who he said the sixth of the five hour Booker, Omar

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Ali, Omar, Abdullah Aziz anathema to be humble.

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So with that we come to the end of the biography in Hamden, our focus, when we were doing the biography was on the creation, the fitting of the creation before on.

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But beyond that there are really amazing stories that you could still keep going. There are still amazing stories about how his students would seek knowledge from him about how unbelievably fantastic his knowledge was, how his halaqa was, how he was so righteous and refused any the harem. And when he was a guest of the Andes, of course, we didn't go over when he was a guest of the sunniva. He almost died out of starvation because he refused to eat the food of the Khalifa. He didn't see it as hard for him to consume. So he almost died out of starvation for his for days, he only drank water, and he would constantly be praying, and towards the end of his life, he would just

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be praying night prayers. And during the day as well, he would be praying the entire time, anytime it's permissible to pray, he would be standing and praying for the sake of Allah azza wa jal, he never accepted any money from the family of the halifa never let it enter upon their family. The only only one Dirham was allowed, and it was one time when they brought it back. And we described the poverty that they live in, but they brought an entire bag of money. And he refused it. And he told his son to take it back. And while he was gathering it, one fell down. And none of the small children he ran to it and they were so poor, and he grabbed it. And he looked at his father and he

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and he longing Likud almost pleading with him that he wanted to keep this little boy wanted this money, maybe we'll get something with it. And so his father, son of innominate, looked at him

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and your mama turned away and he just does the only thing that he allowed them to keep from the for money that he believed was not permissible for them. So this is the biography of Muhammad in humble and those who also lived and died for the sake of preserving this religion. And that's why once again, the scholars used to say this, these two stances were the best in the

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Strip Islam. So Islam was under the Muslims, their lives were threatened by the Mongols, the Tatar, when they invaded Baghdad, libraries were destroyed, books were burned, you know, Muslims were killed in the hundreds. But the scholars say the status and the stance of Islam and humble and that of all workers who dealt with the most important in the history of Islam, because these were two stances were that that prevented the religion itself from changing, not people from being killed, not books from being destroyed, destroyed, but from the religion itself, from changing and so

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and then with that, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to envelop the mud in his mercy and those other great scholars and names that perhaps we don't even know about people who died who gave up their lives for the sake of his religion. And I'd like to thank all of you for your interest in the biography of Muhammad and for your attentive listening was Allahumma barik ala Muhammad Ali, it remains up in our favor. so dramatic enough to live