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cinemagraph to lower capital,

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swindler hollow haven hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala rasulillah I mean, while he was on here Jemaine about. So I see the numbers dwindling.

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It's just warming up. Now we're getting to the digital number should increase, not decrease. Okay, now, what's that?

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reading week exams? Ah, but what about all the uncles they have exams too?

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All right. No problem.

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I'm

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okay.

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As usual, we like to start by the good points from last week.

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I would like to share. I need Nam. Oh, yeah. It was two weeks ago. Last week was the conference. Yeah. Live, which wants to go first. What do we discuss?

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Last time?

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We did the second pledge, didn't we?

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And, and we discussed the the points of the pledge. And we've been I thought,

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excellent.

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Mm

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hmm.

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Beautiful, beautiful point. I like that very much.

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Did you get that last week? This point?

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Hello. So if you get a point during the class, just stop me and share it. Yeah. I mean, if you contemplate and get another, like benefit out of something,

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share in the class. So brother Gibran added some nice points here.

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One second, I'll write it down. So don't forget it.

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Yes, one second.

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Is this a new point?

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Go ahead. Yes, yes. Yeah, I'm just writing it down. So basically, our bullet Dubliners was talking about how they took all the precautionary measures. And most of them were against human beings. So the time that they meant the place that they met, and everything they took all the precautions necessary. And despite all that, the shavon came to ruin it and he yelled out in a voice and a narrator says it's the loudest voice I've ever heard in my life extremely out loud. He's saying to the people of the tents, he that people are pledging war against you here. So despite the fact that he ruined the plan, they still went through with it. They didn't abandon it and say, Okay, we'll

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leave it now. Because shaytaan

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shaytaan is any exposed us, they still went through with the plan, then the contemplation of brother Gibran is that he said the response of the Prophet Salah was very appropriate, very appropriate for that time in place. Because he responded to the shaitaan he says, and he basically it says, When I'm going to Fremont when I am going to deal with you want to have time for you. Yeah. So what that does also when he says this out loud,

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is that it tells the answer, you don't have to worry about him, okay? You just do your part you do the worldly things are things within your control, and the process is gonna take care of the Sherpa and that itself Jani, it's enough for you to know that the greatest man is going to deal with the shaitaan. So we just have to deal with our part of the deal. We have to deal with Shelton and jinn and angels, that's the part of the prophet SAW said and the problem is more than capable, as you know, the narration went on the processor was praying. Then he went like this in Salah. Yeah. And he they asked him after Salah what he was doing. The shaitaan came trying to burn an epistle of Salaam

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and the person whom strangled him and he strangled him so hard that the chiffon kind of started to pass out and the person can feel his saliva on his hand. Yeah. And he started to draw on the hand of the prophets Allah said, and he said had it not been for the dough. Man, my brother said I would have

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And I would have killed them. Yeah. So this is who sets the shaytaan. I'll deal with you and I have time for you. So if you hear that you're like, this is great. We've got a good team here. Yeah, we've got a good deal happening. I just have to do my part. And then the rest of them take care of this guy. That's excellent for me. Very nice. What other things from last week kind of, from last time stand out for you? Or that you liked or anything?

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Or that you knew but never considered?

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Can we get the sisters to listen to us?

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How about, about the contemplation of the one of the scholars when he went into the 71 men? who pledged?

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Yeah. And then he wanted to see where these were they serious about this pledge? Was it just talk? And what did he find? Who wrote it down? You write it down? Okay, what did you find? What did he find?

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Okay, out of the 7170 took part in butter, okay.

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Incredible. 50% of them took part in every single one of the battles of the processor. From

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one third of them were martyred.

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And then remember, he broke them into groups, and he he put on top of each group of leaders. So there were 12 leaders and total out of the 12 groups of 12 leaders, five of them died as martyrs. So we've taught anything more. That's it right. But Hmm, I will none of them ever run away from a battle. Exactly. This is this is really, really quality people. Yeah, you can see that they were true to their word. 71 men pledge and 70 of them.

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70 of them what

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took part in butter. Excellent, excellent. By and of course, we said, why is it that you know, the numbers started to decrease because some of them would die, some of them would be martyred, and so on and so forth. And that's why 50% of them took part in every battle with the processor, and because some of them had been martyred at that point. So it's really amazing. You see the quality of the answer. Anything else? Come on, there was a lot of good stuff, I think

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about the fact and we said okay, if we do all of that, what do we get?

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General? And that was it. Enough for them? Carlos? amazing people. Unlike punish a ban and other people who said you do we get to run the rules that affairs after you? Do we get to inherit the philosophy after you ask any of that agenda. That was enough. What else could you saw Selim tell them he didn't have gold to offer them? There were no shares of any stock or anything. He just said agenda. That's what you get. And because they were true to their word, and they were genuine, that was enough for them. Does anyone have to add anything to agenda? Imagine someone tells you, I'll give you an agenda and $100 on top of it. What do I want to follow son is generous enough for me.

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They heard agenda that was enough to add anything else on top of that. Jimmy didn't buy any last thing. I'll continue today.

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Excellent. So part of the wisdom is that if Muslims were given permission to fight while they were minority, while they were weak while they were in Mecca, then it would have looked like an internal affair. The pradesh will quickly exterminate them. And then that's it. It's over. And that's why the wisdoms why they weren't given permission to fight immediately took stages we've been compared to the Russian and Chechen situation. Russia always made made Chechnya like an internal affair who told the rest of the world you know, it's not your business. It's an internal matter that will handle no United Nations, no peacekeeping forces, we're gonna take care of it. It's like an internal issue.

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But and this is what the coresh possibly could have done by very good luck.

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Now, so then, the command was given to,

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to the to all the Muslims after this pledge was made and Medina is now are willing and ready and able to receive the Meccans the command was given to all Muslims in Mecca to make hedra to travel to Medina, the distance between Medina and Mecca is about 500 kilometers, okay, so everyone is supposed to make this hedgerow and as long as Annie there, nothing really. There were even even some of the poor made it so poverty wasn't necessarily the excuse, but it could be people who are held back by very specific issues. But so a number of things

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The reasons behind this, it's clear that up until this point, we should know why the Muslims were commanded to leave Mecca and go to a new place. For the most part, it was the persecution that the Muslims were being tortured, they were beaten, they were not allowed to practice a religion freely and all these. All this difficulty is what prompted individual sanlam to go out to different parts and to try to find the group that will take him and that's why he would go to the different tribes and see if they would take him in. That's why he made the journey to a part if to see if they will take him in. And that's why in the early part and the early stages, he sent the companions to

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Abyssinia, right, because they were avoiding the persecution. That's why they went to epicene. Yeah, the two heroes will not the two heroes, but the first two who just have the senior.

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So it's clear then.

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And there's evidence to support that, but since we mentioned Abyssinia, so why not then since people already settled in Abyssinia? Why not make that the police have hegira Yeah, and even though the companions of the Sahaba stayed in avicennia, he sent another group and they stayed there and they stood there for how long? They came back after haber remember this. They came back after labor. This is a long time later, the President was in Medina victorious and many battles. So after haber they came and the process alum and of course came under the leadership of Jaffa. So and if you saw Selim said

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the three B IU Houma and afra Baku hiber on the Kaduna Jaffer Omen Naja, I don't know with which to be happy with the conquering of hyper or with Jaffer coming and those who are with him, so that they stayed a long time and have a senior. So what is the process I'm still go out and try to talk to people to take him in? Well, if the senior was a place that they could stay? Obviously, the answer must be that understanding was not the best place, right? But let's contemplate together and see what made Abyssinia not the best place for

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further

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Okay, very good. So Excellent. So brother Shiraz said they already had a system in place. And in order for the Muslims to establish an Islamic system would be difficult. Everyone agree with that make sense to already have a complete system, Medina is the opposite. They will also cause the rich, right? Then they have the Jews of Medina and so there isn't any one person or one group that's in charge. So you don't have to come and remove this group in order to be in charge. You can just come in and take charge. Excellent. What else? What's another reason?

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Oh, Jimmy did a very good point. Yeah, in order to establish a good enough Islamic any nation there you need to have built the individuals up and that's why if you do some some contemplating with the meccan period in the meccan period and if you saw saddam is building the individual then in the median period and even in the first pledge building the individual second pledge rules that build the oma in the meccan period building the individual in the medallion period building the oma and so in order to build the only need strong individuals that have to be Muslim. And you can find strong individuals in Medina but you don't can't necessarily find that number seniors

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then partnership if no one else says it will come back to the show.

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was

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no Anyone else?

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Sorry.

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Okay, it's possible it could have been distanced Yani. It's it could have been distanced further.

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I wha okay. So so you can add these when you add distance, plus language plus one more thing starts with a C.

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Or prints live at culture. So when you put these three together, it's not the best place Yeah, you got different language, different culture, and different and distance. And so that would make go into going back and make the very, very poor it's harder for them to go because you have to cross the Red Sea. So the poorer you are, the more difficult the journey would be. So you could consider that culture will make it difficult because now you have to actually learn a culture learn a language and then now take over this culture takeover this nanny is not then but very nice, huh? What else

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for the

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Okay, so

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come back. So part of the plan perhaps was to come back to Mecca at some day. Right? And so being that far away from it also makes it that much more difficult to come back to Mecca. Very nice. What else?

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What else? Possibly. Why wasn't a senior? One more it's a political thing.

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Shiraz kind of started dimension for the

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so you're saying he wanted everyone to have?

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And that's why he made it. Medina and not a senior pipe. Okay. Jimmy.

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Okay, anything else? Just one last thing the scholars mentioning I need they say that.

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That one of the things about Abyssinia is that it the stability and everything depended on one person, which was the joshy the king. And if he dies, what's gonna happen? If he dies, you can't guarantee that the Muslims will be safe, you can't guarantee anything. Because we know that the process alum first sent them to Abyssinia because he said they have a just an affair King there, and no one has dealt with unjustly in his land. But you know that his

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bishops and patriarchs and these people, they want at some point thought that he'd become Muslim, they became very angered, and they can revolt against him. So then if he dies, or if he is overthrown, it's not going to be a good place at all for the Muslims. True. Any at all. It's just, it's maybe it could become like a rash all over again. Yeah. Excellent. But further

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it didn't happen. But But what was there at the time, it wasn't Muslims trying to take over and make a settlement. Just a few Muslims that were have been there now, for many years, learn the language, learn the culture and didn't no one really, any, they weren't a threat to anybody. But if they were trying to settle and take over the minute and the gesture dies, they look at them now as a huge threat now. Yeah.

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joshy

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So hey, so there was already there's some instability there anyways, yeah. And by the way, I know it's a technique that's still used today that when you have problems, you blame the foreigners, right? Yeah. It's these people ruin the economy. Do this do that.

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Yeah, I lived through one of those incidents. When I lived in Zaire, the President and he was basically stealing billions. Nothing new, right? And then he,

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he blamed all the problems in Zaire. There's no zero now anymore, but he blamed it on the Lebanese. And it's interesting that the Lebanese used to run the majority of the businesses and they used to employ hundreds of 1000s of people if you look at all the businesses, they're making the economy run very nicely. But he said it's the foreigners in this these people that's why you're underpaid. That's what and that's why he had gold statues solid gold statues in his home is delivering what happened in one day the army just went out and just started killing foreigners and stealing and robbing and looting everything. I mean, when I say everything, I mean everything. They will enter

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someone's home a foreigners home, they would take everything and I'm one more time literally everything except for the walls. Yeah, any the electrical water that was in the wall that would pull it out. The tiles would take it out the toilet as a cola. They take it like this. The bathtub, the bath. And this guy said he saw a woman with you know, they put almost not a turban but a cushion. Yeah. And she had a bath national she had a refrigerator on her head. And she had two bags of stolen goods look this she's walking around.

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It was really rough and we had to live on military plane and every but and he used the old tacticals the foreigners Yeah. So it's not stable. So now we see the difference between Abyssinia and Medina. Excellent.

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further proof that the Muslims were looking for a place to live because of persecution.

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His beloved along on his statement of beloved that proves why they had to leave also is that he used to make a DA so he would say aloha Milan, shape of Nairobi, our world of Nairobi. May you have not heard of Allah, curse shava nor obeah and curse whatever obeah and curse omiya Aleph comma, Juna min Urbina, Isla De Luca, as they have sent us out of our lands, you see, the persecution sent us out of our lands, men have dinner from our lands Makka Illa, or the lava to the land of like diseases and illnesses. Why did he say that? Because it was known and we're gonna look at this after the hijra. inshallah. When they arrived in Medina, Medina, it was full of illnesses, it was full of illnesses

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obaku fell ill, and he would say, lines of portrait, I should say, I think my dad's had done, he's not, and he's not there because he's so he's sick. It's a fever talking. And Bella would get so sick until individuals lm made da to remove the illness from from Medina. And they were all homesick when they first arrived and, and so the procedure may die. And then people started to love the city, and all the diseases left from it and went to another city. So that will, the more details will come to that later on. But it's he used to make the drop cursing these three people saying that they were one of the main reasons we had to leave. So they left because of persecution. Likewise, an

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integration of Sharia law

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describing that when when the persecution of the Quran got became unbearable, my father, I will back him he sought permission with the process alum to make hijra, and I'm not sure if we discussed this or not, but there was a major attempt on the part of Obamacare odilon and he, he tried to go to Abyssinia actually, remember this, we discuss it.

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Yeah, and working well anyways, he did try to make a hedgerow to Abyssinia and on the way there he passed by the tribe of the hobbies. That rubbish were the freed slaves who left and over the years they would leave Mecca they would settle and that hubby's lived together in this area. And they were quite large and strong as well. So he met their their leader, and his name was

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a new find it in the arena and sometimes you even find it pronounced.

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Or even it doesn't. Yeah, it doesn't replace the winner. And he saw a worker leaving so where are you going? And he said

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that

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you know the courage they don't allow us to practice our religion, I think so I'm going to add Habesha, so then it doesn't open the door when he tells him some the same statement. This is important. He tells him the same statement that Khadija Dillon who said Ah okay, that's someone so Khadija digital Hello Anna said to an obese awesome after jabril came to him.

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And she said you know that you and you keep the ties of the wounds and you and you take care of the orphan and you feed the poor and the destitute. She's he said the same sentence to him. So how can it be that he just happened to say the exact same words that he said to the Visa Center was gonna say something very nice here, they see that these were like known statements, you know, just like now in English or in any language, there'll be some certain statements that you could say about someone, right? Someone give us an example.

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Anyone these days known statements and like, for example,

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Iowa, Iowa,

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okay, that you were cut from the same cloth, just like when we announced someone who say last but not least, or someone who has a great place in our hearts. say if I if I announce, you know, our chef Hassan Shivani has a great place in our hearts. No other speakers gonna object. Hey, that's me, because you can say it about anybody. So that's why the scholars say he said that because it was a known phrase of sentences that you would say to a really good, dignified, noble, honorable person.

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Unlike him, that was just a side note. What we're trying to say is that obey the law and may try to make a hedgerow before the reason was the persecution and the proof I should rely on. That's how she worded it when the prosecution got unbearable. I worked with Ilan as the process lm if he could

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need permission to make hijra. And so he came back the rest of the story, just so you know, he returned back again, because it gave him the GMR which is the protection. And so worker went back and done it. He said that if anyone touches a worker, it's like he touched me and I'll bring all the Hobbesian attack him. So then our book he starts to recite the Quran in his home.

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It was an amazing thing, because this man, he would

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even a description of it shows that he was a CIF, meaning he would cry quickly when he recited the Quran. So to the whole, he was a strange thing, a grown man, he would recite these beautiful words while he's crying. So the women and the children would all gathered near his house, to keep listening to his recitation. And so then the courage went and complained to me, they said, you give him the job, now he's gonna corrupt our women and our children. So he goes back to him, and he says, you have a worker, you want to pray you pray inside your home, you can't pray outside.

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So it's kind of like Annie, otherwise you don't get my protection. So then Obama tells him, I give you back your protection, and I remain with the protection of Allah. Anyways, the point what we're trying to say is that this was the reason behind trying to find a new place to settle. And we discussed already the reasons why Abyssinia was not chosen as the place and that's why the person kept looking for a different place. Some of the

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some of the so now we said already the command was given for everyone to leave and to make a draw

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to Mecca, which is about so Medina sorry, which is 500 kilometers away. So it means you don't need to prepare at least arriving animals some kind of food for the journey water, some kind of money, you know, to help you out.

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There were specific

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First of all, people wouldn't go out to Medina, unless they sought permission from the prophet SAW, Selim is a very organized thing. People would only leave at nighttime, they wouldn't leave like 50 people walking out together, they would leave in groups two would leave in the morning, three would leave like this, one would live like that. So it's not a very noticeable thing. So they should remain kind of and conspicuous. You would seek permission from maybe salsa lamb, the time would be organized, the amount of people would be organized, it wasn't just okay. Bismillah Baraka and let's just go, No, it's very, very planned, very organized, very detailed. And I think this is something

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that stands out when you look at the receipt of the process, and everything was so organized. There's just never one time when you just okay, about a cup of cola Shabaab is always planned so well. It's fantastic. And

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well, okay, this is one of the points is going to come later on. It's very interesting. I'm just gonna contain myself for now.

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So, and there were some very interesting stories and one of the interesting stories and in the attempt to make hijra, because

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Buhari mentioned that the first people to make hijra to Medina, where Muslim Ahmed Abdullah Abdullah Al Maktoum was known the companion who was blind and the concerning which the verses were revealed Ibis, Allah tala, when he turned away from the blind man to LA Salaam, and he is the one that used to make the second at the end of February used to be the more admin and a lot of times profit on would go out to battles who would put him in charge of Medina. So he was the blind companion, he went out with Masonic dharma. Others were mentioned amongst the first would be Abu Salah. And their story is interesting. I will selama

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rhodiola on he basically

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got his wife and his son Salama, he put them on a camel and he started to lead the camel going to Medina and Salama his wife. Her name was hynd been to xad urraca biani Her name is hint her father he was known as a rocket because he was very very generous and if you ever traveled with him You didn't have to bring any food any drink any provision he brought enough for everyone that was traveling with him. So he was known as that name which basically yeah name is rocky was like the provision of the traveler, you know, the traveler needs with him desert, which is the supplies, which are the supplies, the food the drink. So he was given that name, and it's almost like, it's

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like the, and if you want to call it the supplier of the travelers or the provision for the traveler or something like that.

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But he was actually known as a boomer, which is still not really his name, because a woman says patronymic it means father of omega. So his name is called Eva era. So hint, if anyone ever asked you who was going to have a lira, you know, it was um Salama, or if he tells you hint with Abu Maya, you know, his own Salama, or if it tells you hint binsar the raqib you know, it's

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just same Solomon. Yeah, she was from Panama zoom, or even if you want to call it a sub tribe Bunnell moguera. So her people were benomyl Veera, and

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her husband, a boo boo Salama, again, that's a patronymic. They had a son named

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Salama, so he was father of selama. Abu Salah. His name is Abdullah, if not Asad Abdullah Abdullah said and his tribe was born Abdullah acid. So.

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So basically he put his when he was making hegira put his wife and his son on the camel, and they start to head out to Medina, on the way by Nomura, the tribe of his wife. So he is from when Abdullah said, he is from Burnham, Madeira. So they saw them going out like this. They said, Listen, do you think you're just going to take our daughter, meaning she's from our tribe, you're just going to take our daughter, you're going to take her and roam around the world traverse the globe? And so they said, No, you can't take her. So they took her from him, his tribe. And Abdullah said, they heard of this, and they got upset, because they took her and the boy. And you know, the Arab saw

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that the boy belongs to the Father side of the family or the father's tribe. And so they said, if you're going to take your daughter away from our kinsmen, or from our son, then you can't take our boy with you, meaning Salama, the little boy. So this is the narration is given by them cinemavilla on her herself, and for those who don't know him selama later on marriage, the prophet SAW Selim says she's one of the mothers of the believers, when her husband dies. So they said, You can't take our boy now. So if you're going to split up this family, the boy comes with us because we're his father's tribe. So he's somebody said, like us. So then they start fighting over the boy,

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Ben, molera, and Ben, and they're pulling him pulling him down and how he needs a small, four year old boy or something. How, how much pulling can you do? grown men pulling a little boy back and forth. So while they're pulling him like this, they dislocated his shoulder.

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And she says, within minutes, my family was torn apart. My husband went on his way to Medina, he can't stay, there's nothing for him to do. My son was taken by his tribe, and Abdullah said, and I was kept as a prisoner with my tribe, bunny, bunny, Madeira, Madeira. She said, Now, I will go, she said, then, every day, I would go out in the early morning to a place to a laptop, which is the name of one of the mountains of Mecca. In the early morning, I would go to a laptop, and I would sit there and cry until the sun goes down. She would sit, because this is where it happened. Kind of she would look towards Medina. And she would just remember what happened. And she would cry until the

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sun comes down, she would come back home. Next day. She goes out when in the early morning and she cries until the sun comes down.

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How long do you think she did that? And if someone cries every day like that for two weeks, you say well lay under this is a difficult life. She said I remained and she narrates herself, I remained upon that state for almost one year. One year, you know, when you look at the difficulty the righteous people go through? Well, I would have no right to complain when something goes bad in our life. You know, just have to, you have to bear it, bear through it. You have to be patient. And you have to just bear through it and ask Allah to assist you. These are the righteous people. And this difficulties to happen to them for a full year. She would go and cry from the early morning until

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the sun goes down.

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And then she says one day one, someone from my tribe, and she said one of like one of her cousins. He felt sorry for her. He just saw he walked by her. And he saw the sadness in her face. But this after a year, it took him long enough. He goes to her tribe. And he says, Why don't you have Have pity on this poor woman and let her unite with her family. So then she said pity took over the hearts of my tribe. And they allowed me to go back. So now of course now she can go to Ben adolescent and say given my son, and they'll give it Why? Because he's joining her husband now it's okay. So she says quickly now before somebody, some crazy person changes their mind. Quickly. She

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went, got the boy put him on a camera and just started to head out 500 kilometers. You're gonna travel now she's going to travel through desert. All right, and nighttime in the desert and all alone, just her a camel and a four or five year old boy. It's very difficult. She said.

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When I reached a place called at 10am, which is in the outskirts of Mecca. She saw there a man who was not Muslim at this point. His name was with non Eben Bala of madness.

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This man was not even told her he had the keys to the Kaaba. And he was one of those who would watch over the Kaaba. And for years or for decades there. His family or his tribe were the ones that kept the keys to the cabin.

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So, this might have been Tom has said, Where are you going? She said I'm going to Medina to rejoin my husband. He said, Are you and who's going with you? He said

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Just I just have with me my son, Manny a lot and my child. So even though he was a non Muslim, he couldn't stand to allow a woman to cut through 500 kilometers of desert by herself. And he immediately took the reins of her camera and he started leading it leading the way. And she says about him for a lie, muscle hip Dura julen mineral Arab camino and she said, I've never been on it meaning accompanied or, or seen anyone from the Arabs any more.

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Any more more like more like a chrome henna machine man a generous journey but

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I need like honorable like that, yeah, then him. Then she describes that he would lead and he would not speak to her. And he doesn't tell her anything that it's a desert. Right? So you want to chitchat, but what we're talking about a non Muslim ally and the manners of the Arabs were really incredible, you know? So and and, you know, sometimes this may be a good point to mention too, sometimes. Books of sera to highlight what great things the process lm did, they exaggerate on how bad the Arabs were? So the the introduction to some sort of books would be like, CNN was rampant. And this was that and it wasn't really like that. Because you remember, when the after the

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conquering of Mecca, the woman came to pledged to the SLM. And you said part of the pledge is that you don't commit fornication or commit Zina, and 10 been taught they said our testing in hora, a free woman commit Zina was strange to them. A free woman doesn't commit sin. These were non Muslims with pagans, we're talking about any. And that's when you see the decline. Now anyone in Muslim lands, Zina and Sunni Muslims who know better and the Commission on things like that. If it wasn't that bad, and especially when it came to chivalry, new rulers nahash, Bahama, these things, chivalry, it existed very much for

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she described then that he would

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that he would lead the camel, and he wouldn't talk because you know, in the desert, you can chitchat. And even if sometimes the woman doesn't want to talk, you find the man, chit chat just going on by himself. Yeah, I the first my first wife and then Marvin. He just keeps talking about his stuff. So if you don't want to talk to me, I'll talk just listening to you. But he didn't even talk very quiet. She said then when he would come on, this is a camel now. Even after the camel sits kneels down, it's still high up there. She said he would when it was time to rest. He would kneel the camel down then he would go away because she has to climb down from the camel. And you know, to

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stretch your leg out to put it on the on the ground where the other leg is up and you might uncover yourself. And this is a non Muslim. he lowers his gaze, he goes away. So she can descend from the camera, then he would be like one tree or something like that in the desert. He would leave it for herself. She would rest under the tree with her child. And then when it's time to go, he would. He would again prepare the camel it would kneel down and he would go away until she gets up on it. Then he would just come and take it on foot. He's walking and she's on her camel until they reached Medina. Then what not really Medina but in the outskirts of Koba. When they reach COVID, he told

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her, this is where your husband is staying. And he left her and went back immediately.

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So this man was with man even

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with man I've been told her the law and he becomes Muslim after the conquering of Mecca. And

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and what happened was that the after the conquering of Mecca, so the Muslims now took over the city, the city that had wronged them that had kicked them out before done a lot of but stolen their wealth, their homes, their money. So he thought the problem was going to take the keys away from him. His family had had it for generations. They take care of the Kaaba, and he thought the person was gonna take it away from him. But the problem gave it back to him even though he didn't become Muslim yet, but he did become Muslim. And that was one of the things that moved him personal and kept it with him. So it also shows you not only the process alum for me, obviously it shows you that

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he was fair. Also it shows he was intelligent and a family that's been keeping taking care of the Kaaba for decades. Okay, who is better than them to take care of it? Really? Yeah, there's nobody better to take care of it. Yeah. So leave them to take care of it.

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And they're gonna honor it and even if they're pagans, they still have high regard and even the pagan journey for the most part for the most part, they had high regard for the cowboy it's true sometimes they would rob and sometimes they would kill people they're like they did with Booker and

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later on for the conquering of Knickerbocker and, and

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right.

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So that was the the attempt and the the final hitter of them said I'm a little bit low on

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There were others like sohaib, labeled Rumi. And so hyper Rumi, we said our room are like the Europeans, not specifically just the Romans, but the Europeans were referred to as Rome. And so hey by Rumi wasn't European, he was actually an Arab. That was that was enslaved or raised amongst Europeans. So they didn't know the his origin, as an Arab didn't know which tribe he belonged to. So then they're referred to him because not knowing where he's from, they just refer to him as the Roman and this might happen to you, and you might go home, back home for a vacation and people in the neighborhood will refer to you as so. And so the Canadian you know,

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and they know that you're from Hyderabad originally but the Canadian because helaas it makes so it's the same thing. So So haber Rumi, he's the Quraysh when he was about to make his hijra, the Quran said they came to us you come to us as like a despicable. So look, what's the soul look?

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I will poor man, because today, today, people use it to refer to someone that's morally bankrupt, Danny, but that's how people use it today. But it means someone who is poor and broke County. But they said you came to us a despicable poor man. And then you start to do business here and you make a lot of money, and you think you're just gonna leave with our money. And the way they saw it is that you came poor made money here with liquidation Mecca. And now that you made money, you're gonna leave with it? And I said, No, you're not gonna leave without money for for he said to them. That, how about this, he, he suggested to them, I'll show you where all my money is buried. You know, and

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as a trade off, do you let me go to let me go? I need to make the hijra. And so he described to them under his place. were under a door. He has hidden a lot of gold, because that's how people used to this way they store their money, they would bury it somewhere. Right? Because it didn't have banks and things like that. So everyone would bury his money somewhere. And, you know, you just try to remember where you buried it. Yeah. You guys know the story of a boy hanifa. Hammer lower. The man came to me said I have a big problem. And so what's the problem? He said, I buried some money. I don't remember where I buried it helped me. He said, this is not a question.

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So what am I supposed to tell you? But the young was very smart. He said he got an idea. He tells him Okay, go and pray the whole night in salah and just make them the whole night. So the man goes and he starts talking a little bit he remembers where he buried the money. So it comes back very happy the next day to lm hanifa. I found the money. He tells us within the students how did you know that he would find it if he prayed look down. So he tells his students I knew that the shaitaan would not allow him to complete the night in prayer. Except the he'll remind him of where his money is. Yeah.

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And, and that's why I need the shirt on and he's crafty. He tries to bring it when it's time for Salah he tries to bring you things that will make you not focus on the Sala that's why when you're praying you get good business ideas. You get good. Yeah. You get Dawa ideas. You get to paper and the only kinds of fantastic ideas for the sisters. They might recognize this. The minute they start praying, the food's gonna burn.

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And they know they just put it but for some reason they just imagine it burning. And then when they go it's not even hockey. But the chiffon just that's his job. Yeah. To distract you from Salah destructor from Allah azza wa jal. So then he tells the man, so why don't you then go and finish the night and thanks to your Lord. And the man went back and he thanked

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him first for habe follow on he tells them where he buried the money and exchange that they allow him to make the hijra to Medina and they go back and they took all his wealth and all his wealth. And when the alum heard of that, in Medina, he said, he said, Robbie Ha. So hi, Danny suhaib has prospered or profited. And he made a good deal is what almost like a transaction? It's a good one. It's a profitable one. And once behavioral the low unreached and maybes are seldom. in Medina, the president calls him Yeah, but yeah, which is his patronymic. Yeah, by

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your name, Ganesh.

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And something like that. There'll be hudbay or basically, yeah, yeah. So there'll be a colossal asylum, which means that you Your, your trade off has profited or you have prospered with the transaction that you have made.

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And everyone has a different story. And for the most part, most people would leave under cover of darkness, or, you know, to groups who are one person by themselves by themselves that way, it's not noticeable, except of course, for Amara Dylon

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rodilla on home.

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Now just a piece of information for what is interesting back to Solomon on Salama, of Salama, she was the daughter of the aunt of the prostitute. So she was his cousin. Because her mother was Barbara been tapped in metallic and Abu Salah. He was also a daughter of one of the ants paternal onto the processor lamp. And on top of that he was the foster brother of the you know, foster brother Yeah man, a brother through Aruba through satellite of the processor back to Mr. Golan home. So everyone when they made the hijra, they made it under cover of darkness except Amaro de la Juan. So he went to, he had a few arrows in his quiver. He took his sword

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and he stood in the courtyard of the Kaaba one narration so he stood in the courtyard of the Kaaba.

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And he yelled out loud, he's making this very nice and public yamashiro koresh, oh people of course, if you want your mother to be bereft of you, and you want your children to become orphans, and you want your wife to become a widow, you just follow me behind that hillock over there. I'm gonna make the hijra if you want this stuff to happen to you, you I'm gonna kill you is basically follow me. And he said this publicly openly and he left off other narrations he would come and you know, like the the big shots to nobles, the leaders would sit in these little groups of chit chat and stuff and the courtyard of the Kaaba. When nergal says he would go one by one

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to the groups and he would tell them this is how he starts greeting them show how tillu made these faces be disfigured.

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And then he would tell them, I'm going to make hijra, and this is the deal. You want to die, follow me and go to the next group. May your faces be disfigured. Like that, by a number of things. Yeah, this is a number of interesting things about this.

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First of all, Annie, what Amaro Dylan who did Yanni

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a couple of questions, one, the first question we need to answer was it wrong islamically for him to do that, because the plan was everyone would go out quietly and not make a scene. That was number one. Number two, how can the prophets I sell them later on when we get to his hegira it was very carefully planned. And he left at night. Look at the number of covers. He left at night from a back door. And he covered his face. It's already night. He covers his face, leaves from the back door enters Oh books has from a back door and they leave from a direction opposite to that of Medina. Look at all the care taken here. But

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the President is doing it so. So quietly, Oman is doing it so publicly. So how can the process alum not make it make it like Rama and Omar was able to do it like this? A number of things. First of all, it what he did was permissible, because the scholars say because the president never reprimanded him for doing that. He didn't tell him you're going to jeopardize the plan. Jamar, how could you do this Yama, we agreed it was to be done quietly. It could be a number of things. It could also be that Omar, he had the place to end he was the only one that could do that. And look at the poor guy who is weak physically. And he's not able to. He can't make it public. But Omar can do

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it and no one would do anything. So it makes it okay for Milan. Now we know the physical description of Mr. Rolando. Yeah, it's a very big man. Very big boned. Not not tall and skinny, tall and big boned. Now, how tall was he?

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He was really really tall. Can anyone remember the description?

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I think was a donkey. I think horses a bit too. I think I think it was a donkey or mule even. But I don't think it was horse if I remember correctly. I don't think it was a horse.

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Okay, very good. So so he's saying that if he sat on a donkey, his feet would drag, drag. That's very tall. And if anyone else would get one piece of cloth, do we have to give him too so it would make enough garment for him. So he was very, very tall. And the description was that from a distance if there's a crowd you could always No, identify two people on top and hurt even when it

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is physically big. And we'd remember we discussed the story of when he became Muslim. He had a fight from one person against an entire tribe or village. So he was very, very strong. So Omar is different. This is look at the size. Look at this description. Everyone is afraid of them voices loud, so Omar can do it but other people can

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Do it. We know that he didn't do it. He wasn't reprimanded ever by the process or numb. So he didn't do anything like wrong like that. The second thing, there were benefits from what he did. Yeah. scholars say there were 20 people, 20 people who were poor, and weak and couldn't make the hedger who left with armor. Because his work, you know, look, if you have two choices, I can escape with the, you know, hammer the hammer, at that point, it would be like, whatever, any name, I could escape me and him under cover of darkness, one can leave with armor I want to live with,

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I live with this guy that come after us I live with no one's gonna make it over this hill. They weren't there. So that's literally 20 of the people who found it difficult to leave, left with a map. So that was the benefit that came from it.

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There's another story coming to the reason that nav saw sillim didn't do it the way out of the lower I know who did it is that the problem has a different position. It's always important to, to remember the position of nav sauce lm if you think was so and so did this work. And the person I'm doing the project said lamb is in the place of a legislator. And he he establishes laws and he is someone to be followed. So the process of them does it like that, then people try to follow him like that, and do it the same way.

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So

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so then people try to emulate the process alum and they're not going to be able to handle that. So the problem did it the way that everyone would be able to handle a node will have to try to emulate him or follow him in doing that. Amaro Delano is not is not a mature he wasn't at the point. The person who didn't give the Hadeeth to follow the son of the right Lego, no one had to follow him he could live anywhere he wanted to. And he is more specific, he was in a position to leave that way.

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And of course, another point is that the goal was to get to Medina, the goal was to make it to Medina, the only there was careful planning on how you make the Hydra. But the Hydra itself wasn't the goal. The goal is to make it to any understand what I mean by that. I mean the the footsteps from Medina to make to make up to Medina itself wasn't the goal. The goal is just to make it to the other side. That was the of the more important things.

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One of the things is that amatola han who now Okay, even Massoud to quote even Mossad for Golan, he says that in Islam, Omar can fatten the Islam of Omar was a victory. And you know this because after he became Muslim, shortly thereafter, he goes to the LM says, aren't we upon the truth upon falsehood? Why do we keep our religion a secret? And, and the next day the porcelain went out with 40 men 20 and 20 at the head of each one, one led by Milan one by armadillo, and they went out publicly making takbeer into living in the streets of Medina Mecca. You remember this right? So that's why even Massoud says in Islam Omar can affect and Islam of Omar was a victory. Well in his

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Rota, who cannot not run and his

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photon we said what is like any

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is like almost like a almost like a conquering or, yeah. And in his hijra was a victory where he cannot not run. We're in a mahratta who cannot Rama and his Mr. Meaning his leadership when he became the halifa was a mercy as well. So this this is how people regarded his hedger. So it's not mentioned later on as a bad thing like, Oh, well, he's the he made it public and he shouldn't have and so this is how to regard his ledger. There are a number of issues

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or the issues. Yeah, I'm one of the law on who amongst the other people that went out with him because they felt this a good time to go for hedra there were two other men.

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Friends of amado Dylon there were Muslim, and they agreed that they will meet at a certain place, and they'll go out for a drink together. One of them was I

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had been in Abu Dhabi.

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And

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see here.

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So there were a Yash. And see here, and the other was his name was his sham. So what happened was that a sham was not able to make it out, was not able to go or he felt a coach that he failed the test. So he failed to meet them, and he didn't come out for him. And that made him feel very guilty because they were commanded to leave. So he stayed back.

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in Mecca for a long while, for years, and he felt bad because he didn't obey this command. He didn't go out for hedger and the other was a Yosh robbia or Abu Dhabi. And he actually made it with the law on all the way to Medina, but Abuja in Abuja Don't let things slide, he actually traveled with a group of people all the way to Medina, they caught them as they entered Medina. And they said to a Yosh, if Nabil robbia that your mother has sworn to not bathe, and to not let her comb, touch her hair until you come back, and you know, the Arab used to do things like that, those you know, they'll swear to not take a bath until they do this and that they told him that your mother cut

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vowed basically that she's not going to comb her hair nor shower until she sees you. So they're saying they're trying to convince him this abou Jana Tosh, just come, let her see you that way she can break the oath and try to shower and comb her hair and everything and be presentable. And then come back. Online, so to tell is Don't do it. Don't listen to them. They're going to trick you. It's a trick, it's a trap. And I asked believe them and he went back and they tested him meaning money. They didn't allow him to leave and they started to persecute him and this and that. So the profits or loss elements known and so he had Buhari, who used to make it to a low mana g elite, elite. And

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he Oh Allah, and he rescue and when he didn't ovulate and sell them in Asia and Abu Dhabi, because they were tricked, and they were kept against their will in Medina, so the process alum used to make to offer him

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he Sham us for his Sham, the one who never went out. He didn't go out with Amaro de la and we said that one thing about Mr. Rolando is that he wasn't.

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And I know I've said this too much. But bear with me.

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It's his personality is always, I believe, analyzed incorrectly, is always analyzed incorrectly by some authors. And sometimes in the halaqa. They always make it look like you just had to sort out, just want to hit someone. Anything, you know, the narration of the Jewish man. Yeah, who had a disagreement with the hippie army, the hypocrite had a disagreement with a Jewish man, they went to the prophets of Salaam, and the process is seldom judged for the Jewish man. So the hypocrite who is pretending to be Muslim, he said, I'm not going to accept your judgment. And he went to our book, and he had a worker judge and a book of judge in favor of the Jewish man again, as I said, I'm not

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going to accept they went to the house of honor, they knocked on the door. And there's also what's going on. He said, Well,

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I had a disagreement with this man, the prophet seldom judged in his favor. I went to Booker, he judged in his favor, and I said, I'm not going to accept until we come to you, and make it to make her feel good. Danny, like I really wanted you and trust you. So I'm gonna do I said, let me get this straight. So you went and the person that made judgment, and you still want to seek the judgment of Obamacare, and now you're seeking my judgment. So the man said, Yes, he said, right here. The narration says I'm at one and got his sword.

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He came out and

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took his head off. When his head fell on the ground. He said, How the hell can we speak? This is my judgment upon you. The narration goes that it became such a serious situation, because all we know is that Omar Abdullah and killed the Muslim. True, we don't know he's a hypocrite. And it's not your job of what's internal here. Yeah. So all we know is that Omar killed a Muslim and he got to the point that as if the process tell him where to where to kill Omar, in retaliation as a soul for a soul, then Allah revealed in certain is a fellow or a bigger, noble your Lord, they do not be believe until they make you judge in their affairs. Follow our bigger law. You mean hotter you

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Hakeem aka FEMA, shadowbane en su Malaya. gtcm for same origin, then they find that no, like, This tastes are no friction in the hearts for the judgment that you have made locally. Will you sell them with a slimmer and they submit in totality? This narration is weak, okay, actually live in a country. And it's mentioned it's a very strange narration actually. And you can't imagine Omar would kill a Muslim just like that. Without the command of the profits. I said learn and just saw the image of always wanting to has it sorted out is wrong. Where is it explained? He explained it later on as an older man in his during his khilafah.

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He explained that I used to be harsh at the time with the process alum. So the problem if he if he needed someone to be harsh, he could use me as his soldier. You understand what that means?

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Excuse me.

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A gentle leader. Very gentle and forgiving Lee

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Other people might want to take advantage of it. But if he has a right hand, man that's always ready to attack, then that creates Yani.

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And it creates some kind of balance. Now he said, I was like that. So that the process tell him if you wanted to use me, he would let me do what I was suggesting to do. And if you want to hold me back, you'd hold me back. Have you ever seen a narration? Where ever ever heard of a narration where the producer said something? And almost said, No, I'm still gonna do it ever. Never. Rather, when when the problem said don't kill Benny Hashem. For better. And one, don't, don't attack any Hashem because we were forced to come out. So one of the companions said, we kill our own parents and our brothers and our uncles, and we're going to spare Benny Hashem, no, we're gonna hit many Hashem.

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When Omar heard this, he wanted to go strike the other person. But he did it as a suggestion, the problem held him back. So he said, I wish to do that. So the person would hold me back. So he actually used to be angry when someone went against the process, and so he wouldn't do it. So he said, I was purposely like that, so the person could use me or he could hold me back if he didn't want to use me, in that sense. So

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the answer the image of Omar being just ready to beat and all that it's not, it's not accurate. Another one to show the Amara Bella, and I'm gonna induce like, two, three minutes left. Remember when?

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After better, he came and found Oh, Booker, Booker, and he saw Selim crying. So he asked him a question. He said, What is making you cry? Tell me so. So that I'm and if it affects me, I'll cry with you. And if it doesn't affect me by K to libcaca, a coma, and I cry because you're crying.

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Understand. And now the men we understand this. This is not easy for men to do. But it's easy for a woman to do. Right? And a woman can see her friend crying she just cry with her. But for men is looking for it's not hurting me. I can't cry. Like that's not easy. But nobody's suggesting this is a very sweet suggestion, saying Oh, cry just because you're crying. It doesn't affect me. But I'm gonna cry because you're crying. And to prove this point, Danny case sisters got upset or anything. The Hadith in Bukhari of the if the woman from the unsought would come and cry with Ayesha she wasn't affected. No one hurt her. But she would cry without emotion. What does it do? What's the

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benefit of someone crying with you?

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I will support it makes it hurt less. So when a woman comes in cries with a friend or friend feels better I'm not the only one crying This is good

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for home under the law, and always was more more gentle than that. And so

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intuitive. Zoomer? Yeah. Allah subhanaw taala when the verses were revealed, this is now years later after he Sham was not able to make it to the Medina and the guilt was overcoming him and her lasagna like I can't, I didn't do it. This was a sin on my side. So Allah subhanaw taala revealed in sort of some of verse 53,000 astrology, Alia Abadi, Latina asafoetida and fusa him takanohana Rahmatullah in de la hora de novo Jamia on in the hula for over him say all my servants will have transgressed against themselves in meaning they have committed sins. Do not despair in the mercy of Allah and don't lose hope in the mercy of Allah. Indeed, Allah forgives all sins. Indeed it is he who is the

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most forgiving, the Most Merciful, verse 54, and turn back in repentance to your Lord, and submit to Him before the punishment comes upon you, then you will not be helped. Yeah. Then the last verse and follow the best of what was revealed to you from your Lord, before the punishment comes upon you suddenly, while you do not perceive or expect these three verses when they were revealed, Amaro Golan who wrote them down. And he didn't forget his companion that was supposed to come and he look like it is so important for believers. No one is so important. You know how we would regard someone like that is not a true believer. Maybe he's a hypocrite, forget him. He's not one of the real

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people. And you know, we'd label quickly say someone failed in an issue in the deen. He's not one of the top top class people leave him. But Omar the law is more merciful than that. He wrote down these three verses on a piece of paper because, you know, Omar could read and write, and he sent it to

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his shop. And he shall receive these verses in Mecca. When he read them. He couldn't understand them exactly. They don't want to make the suit for him. He said, I kept making dua to Allah to help me explain these verses. He said, in the end, the verse had him. Don't despair in the mercy of Allah, you've sinned, but don't despair in the mercy of Allah. You didn't make it up for hijra, don't despair, and he packed his belongings and his things, and he made the hedgerow to Medina. This is how sweet Amaro Golan Who was he shot he shot the

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ship, Navy Arabia.

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is different. This is a sham for some reason I forgot his lesson. Anyone know?

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I don't have a pseudo book.

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Okay, anyways, I don't know why I forgot his name.

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I was overconfident that I remember that annoy him. So we're gonna stop here inshallah we're going to continue with the video next time. I'll give you an interesting fact about Omar. He was left handed, but he could use his right hand. So he was ambidextrous, a Surya ser la Camilla Heron, Salama, Barack Obama. Oh, I forgot. Well, how about after Isha? Yeah, I make the announcements. When Ridwan fine, but because I forgot. But salam, wa barakato mohammadu salam aleikum wa rahmatullah