Seerah Reasons Why The Quraish Refused To Accept Islam

Kamal El-Mekki


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cinemag cuando la vaca smilla Haro Haman hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. I mean, he was happy he had me and my bad. Okay, Who wants to go first and tell us their favorite part from last week's class?

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Or point?

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We talked about last week.

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in the beginning, yes, we sure did. We went through some books.

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What else?

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What are the points we went over?

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Okay, this total?

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Uh huh.

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Excellent. And anyone who doesn't, who doesn't like this piece of information or would like to challenge it, go look up the earliest converts to Islam. And I told you one analysis was done with the earliest 67 of the earliest Muslims, and how many of them were from the poor, or from the

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freed slaves or non Arabs 13 out of them. But we said that the stories of we imagined in the beginning, they were all kind of freed slaves and things like that. And they were all tortured and beaten. That wasn't the case. We said, mostly because

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Okay, you know what, I'm actually going to skip this part. Because nobody, if you don't remember, what was your favorite part, that means there was nothing

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that great. So let's just skip this. This is what we're going to do today.

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I'm going to just wrap up a few points from last week. And then we're going to look at the reasons the courage refused the call or to accept Islam. And then we will look at the techniques that they used against the Prophet Sal. And we're gonna look at as many of the techniques as possible, except for miracles, miracles, we're going to look at them next week. Why did they demand they demanded miracles. And when they got them, they didn't accept them? Why is it and what happens up here? When you ask for something miraculous, and you see a miracle, and you still don't believe it? What's that reason? But what I wanted to go over one more time that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was told

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to enter, I showed the color clubbin, and he was told to warn the people, he went and stood on the hillock of a sofa, and he called the people of Porsche. So he called benefited by their name he called Bernardi by their name and so when they gathered the nourish of a burrito, and he says, he said, Oh, assembly, oh, assembly of kurush, he says, meaning purchase your own freedom, I will not avail you in any way before Allah opening up the muttalib I will not avail you in any way in front of before law. Oh, and the best evenin motorists or ignore the motorists. I will not avail you in any way before Allah. Oh, Sophia, the aunt of Allah's Messenger, I will not have availed you in any

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way I can't do I can't benefit you in front of Allah. Just the fact that you're my aunt. There's no benefit there. And so, so he called he's gathering now all the honey, he's calling the tribes and leaders and serious people. And he calls tribes by their names. And then he calls his uncle Ibis, if not been metallic. Then he calls his aunt, in front of all these people. And I said this last time, but who wants to remind us why specifically, there's also a narration of ultimate the daughter of Mohammed, she was what a year or two years old at the point, that point, Why call them in front of

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all the tribes and leaders nobles. We said it last week for the new fees.

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Circle her so is saying this is showing the seriousness of the issue. This is not you know, people exempt because they're my relatives, no one's going to be saved because of blood relations. And no one exempt from this. Everybody has to believe everyone has to work for their own salvation. It can't be this. I'm the uncle of the prophet SAW Selim. And so that the tribes don't feel that he's just targeting them and trying to be superior to them, that everyone is included. Even my young daughter, even my aunt, even my uncle, and my kinsmen. That's why he said Ben Ben Abdulmutallab or Yeah, Ben Abdul matale. So he's letting them know this is a message for humanity's not specific.

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It's not just for Benjamin zumo used to be our enemies or anything like that. Great. Then we looked at

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When Amara Golan who becoming a Muslim and we kind of quickly before the Sala went over that story, but I forgot to mention the beginning.

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And let me just, you know the narration of during, during the reign of Romero Golan Hall when he was with the companions and he said make a wish, right? And what would you wish for? So the first person he asked for the whole room full of gold, he said, This is what I would wish for this whole room to be filled with gold and I would give it out for the sake of Allah. So there's a whole room full of gold, we're talking about billions and billions of dollars. Billions, basically and give it out for the sake of Allah. So I'm going to go on until some that's not the wish. So the the second person said, I wish this whole room he what he did, he upped what you're spending it on, and he upped the

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material itself. So I wish this whole room was full of gems, like spend them in the way of Allah in charity for the sake of Allah and for jihad, for the sake of Allah. Amato the line it doesn't that's not the wish either. So then he tells them, then they said, What is the wish for me and he said, I wish this whole room was filled with men. Like Aveda, I'm a blue Jarrod, so I can use them in the back of a lot. All right. The point is, so I'm not alone who saw like money isn't what makes that will move forward. It's men, it's people that make that will move forward, not just about money. But if you end up realize, you know, a lot of the Muslim any problems or issues today, they're not

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related to money, not really, because the most cash rich area in the world is the Middle East. So there's money. It's not about money. It's about what it's used for, you know, gold plated cars and other junk and that's, that's the problem. But

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the question behind this is what I'm gonna get this idea from, and if you want to go really early and speculate, where did Omar get this idea from that it's men who change anything and make changes and move their religion forward? He Look, the reason why he became Muslim is due to a drought of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And this is really amazing. I know we all know this narration but any when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam wanted to make dua to Allah to strengthen Islam, he didn't just say, Oh Allah strengthen Islam, or look, give the Muslims money, or Allah protect the Muslims that doesn't strengthen Islam if they're just protected from physical harm and, and torture, that doesn't

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really make Islam move forward. When the prophet SAW Selim wanted Islam to move forward, he raised his hands into law, and asked for one of two men to be guided to Islam.

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It's amazing. I mean, today, if you want to know, if they told you they have a doddle, the monster job for Calgary Muslim community and you'll probably be a law you know, seven or eight digits in the bank account for the Muslims and we build more masajid in our love big plot of land we build the school who the school you don't have good teachers and role models but what then what do you have us a bunch of punk kids running around for that means it's always linked to people on the line who knew that because he came to Islam as a result of a DA and it was really a strange to if you really think about it, that he asked for

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lahoma isn't Islam right? Be a hydrogen alpha be asila moraine.

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Hydrogen, a lake

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Amara, so Allah give is give victory, okay, and dignity to Islam with one of these two men? Again, like, if you look at this, that's quite strange. And these two men, both of them could fall. But why not? Yeah, I'll give it give rise to Islam through one of the people who are the Muslim. Hmm, yeah. No.

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Am I just the only one, my delusional hair just, I don't want to amaze that this. Then he mentioned to men I'm Ruben Zhang, who is

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a region an honorable hapa. Nice upon these two men were the hardest against Islam. I'm not alone who would come and just donate his time to beat Muslims. And it was the Nero chocula the near the slave girl, he would come and just beat her. Just beat her. And he's big, powerful man. Just beat her beat her beat her. Then he would tell her, I have to go now. And it's not because I feel you have enough beating. You got enough beating is I'm tired. Any better till he gets tired. And she became blind here, when she came in became blinded from the beating and the torture. She was very severe against the Muslims. And

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we don't need any any further description of how severe he was. But it's just amazing that the process seldom asked for the strength of Islam through a man. Then he didn't ask for a lot to strengthen Islam through tala or if he was a bit he asked for through one of these two specific men who were non Muslims. Then it wasn't to non Muslims who are like quite close to Islam.

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To the most severe against the Muslims. Do you see how it's an amazing draw? And then Allah subhanaw taala guided honorable hubbub to Islam. So

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can you think of any quality that these specific two men had? And I've heard of one mentioned by the scholars for them.

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I won.

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Excellent leadership qualities, very courageous men as well.

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father, like son strong will and determination. Excellent. You

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also were truthful, and you didn't. Okay, very good. And this is actually what the scholar said. And he said that there are two men who went when they went, and they went into something, they went into it 100% This is a great quality. And that's why the person I made and asked for, because if there were enemies or enemies, if they love the love, if they hate it, they hate it. So this is a quality that if you transform it now into Islam, it will produce a phenomenal Muslim, Shiraz, you want to say something earlier.

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And please

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write very good that's very true.

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If you have one of the biggest enemies of Islam becoming Muslim, then that's gonna be a big a big good victory now.

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I'm never heard that I never heard that. Which, which possibly might also tell us that that wasn't far fetched in the mind of that Vanessa Selim that one man can give to Islam? Because you can also ask why didn't he ask for a group of men 10 men who can give? Do you see this point? Anybody maybe saw him say well give victory to Islam through 10 great men or two, five through five good men or a group, again, Qaeda, you know, all muscular and fighters and rough guys and got scar marks on them. And it's upon like that even the fact that Muslim said with one other Jelena Amara shows you that one man can make a difference. And we know this from the battlefield. We know this from many points

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in Islamic history, or one man made a fantastic difference. So anyway, Zakouma her brilliant points. Brilliant too. And again, this is what we're trying to do in this class, really, we're not trying to get you to memorize names of people or anything, we're just trying to say,

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from now on, when you read this era, you stop at every point, and you're gonna say, Okay, why this don't just take it for granted. And I think this is going to be very apparent. Now. inshallah, there might be points I will miss in the future. And one of you will put your hand up and sit up Why did he say this and not done? or Why did he do this? and not the other? And we don't know the answer will contemplate it, or we look it up and excellent.

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Then what we what happened was last week, last week, we said that the Muslims never chose anyone.

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Uh huh. We should Muslims ever choose anyone who embarrassed me during the three years of secret tower? They never once by mistake went to the wrong guy. Is that amazing? Or what? I didn't when they kept it private. They always call the right people. Not once did they go to one guy and looking on? We've got this class going on. Look, what class and he lets everybody know, how do they always pick the right person? Hmm, that's an important point. And how did they go to narrow the line and not to the wrong guy who will expose them and tell their secret? So a couple of things.

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There's First of all, there's, there's going to be sauce lm said, Here, configure helia to configure Islam, the best of you and j helia. is the best of you in Islam. So as marriage along within was a clear choice that someone you'd give Dawa to, did not used to consume alcohol was not a liar did not make sujood to idols. So is the perfect person to give Dawa to. So they looked at certain things. First of all, anybody saw Selim, when he first started he we said he went after or spoke to those whom there was a real it he had a relationship with and there was love between them, right? For relatives or close family members that loved him and he loved them. And we all know that the love

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should make it easier. Okay. Then just some stranger in the street. That's one, two. We said He also spoke to a lot of young people. And someone gave us two points about why the young

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why the young said there was advantages to

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for the money

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First one.

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Yeah, they're not that attached to the cover. They don't need like 50 or 55 years of idol worship is just someone who's in his 20s and just few years of if any of idol worship for that, and he's, I find,

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yeah, they like new stuff. They like different things. They like new things they like anything that's has challenge. And even now until now Muslim youth they love these things. Anything that has, it's weird or strange. They love it. One time one of the Messiah. He told the Shabaab and you know, Mr. Malik never left Medina only for Hajj is to really respect Medina. So he this one this shoe, the chef he told the students and their narration that Imam Malik from his respect for the city of Medina. Never ever urinated in Medina said how can I urinate on ground where the person walked and slept and sat? So immediately all the youth Oh yeah, they love that is extreme. Just like so with

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narration he never left Medina How could he never go to the bathroom and Medina supposable. It talking about for him but the youth were so taken by they love stuff like that. What is the nature of youth, and they have strong willed when they're into something. They're strong willed, and that's why there's Hadid and I heard it from Michelle. I've never looked it up personally that it's authenticity. But in the VSA film said nasoni Shabaab had an issue with the Shabaab even someone up to his mid 30s could still be Shabaab in that term. They have given me victory and the shoe the older ones are the ones who let me down disappointed me let me down.

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But other thing Okay, we said, we said also they looked at people that they went off to people who had good manners and the earth man would be an example and, and many of the others Yani, and is a bear and Paul Han and

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so many and they had a good manners as well. So they went after people had excellent mannerisms, or that the relationship with them in the past or, or they were young, and that's why the process had lemony. He called the law on how to Islam. The first male was really the first man was a worker Golan

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is 10 years old, but he called him to Islam. The number below and who is 10 Raka was seven. could film was six, some nurses say five and Fatima galana. About one or two years and two years is the maximum duration. Okay, bye.

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Okay, now we said we spoke about obeying the law and how he became Muslim. And on the first day, he brought with Nan and his debate and salad maybe will cost obey the law number five. Now, these five, he brought them into Islam on his first day, okay, on the first day became Muslim. So these are five out of the 10 given blood tidings of Paradise and he was one of them. So that's six, so only four of them were not related directly to the demo book. Fantastic. But how can you do that on the first day? First day? Yeah, I knew

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he wouldn't he know about Islam on the first day, right? We said last week that there is no doubt everyone in this room right now has more knowledge about Islam than Obama had on the first day. There was much to know him anyways. And when I had to reveal they won't come. But still he went out No, we said we you analyze and

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they weren't all from his tribe. Only told her the law. I know from Benny team like oh buck, but with man with was from Benny omega. And Zubair was from Benny asset, and sad, another 100 oh four from Vanessa hora. And as if I was 15, and I was 16. And sad was 17. And I thought of the line who was 28, relatively older, and I'm gonna have no, I was 30. So you see the age groups, it was very, so he didn't go after a specific age group went to any age group. He didn't go after a specific tribe, or just call people of his tribe he called everybody. Then

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the other thing we said that really amazing if you again, analyze this list of names, instead of just saying, Well, what could have brought to Islam, five out of the 10 giving Latin that's great. But when you analyze it, it becomes more amazing. When you look at the their ages, you look at their tribes, and you look that they had they had links to the profits loss in them. So Yanni, for example.

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Danny, it's like, well, how could I put it down? You know, they're selling tickets for the one on one conference, right? So then I'm supposed to sell tickets, right? And I know that you will probably let's say me and money were the ones who were selling tickets, money, he's gonna sell the ticket to his father, right? But I don't go and approach when his father say, Hey, here's a ticket. One of my it's about $20. And because it costs money to do what is inside his house, I don't even go there. But some of these people were linked to the president send them a book. I could have said let me leave them. The Pro seller will give him down but he gave him power which tells you is

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analyze it. They said she did a he took the Dow as his dow as well, it's not someone else's data. It's not magic that's gonna make it work, you have to make it work. And so he started talking to people, even if they were from another tribe, even if they were already related to an episode celebrated so we'll leave him for the process on them. And we said from this list Yanni

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What do we say here?

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We said

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you said is debayer and and Abu Salah, aha, yeah. So Isabella and who is the son of Sofia, the onto the Process Center. So this is the son of his aunt. So he could have given him that when he saw center worker went and approached him. He said, Well, this is from the his relatives, let me leave him to talk to him. He went to him. And nw selama was again from an aunt of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and yet obaku spoke to him. And then sad was the was the uncle of the prophecies, Allah, and Obama spoke to him as well, and so on and so forth. Because he felt it was his responsibility. It wasn't the work of someone else to do. Okay. And of course, you know, he went home and immediately a

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smart, and Abdullah became Muslim. And he said, and his slave, American Pharaoh became Muslim, and he set him free. And then he started to set free, others, beloved, and so on and so forth.

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But he was a merchant, he was wealthy, he had excellent manners. People liked him because he was knowledgeable of the lineages of the quarry. So it's like any, like your local historian, you know. So all these things are actually things that people like. So I have a niche, honestly, people like the rich guy, true or false. And even if they don't like his personality, they still want to rub off and maybe they get rich or something like that. They like the rich guy. And they like devalue his opinion. But they also like the very educated guy. So there's a community where there's a millionaire, if he says something in a Masjid meeting is I think we should do it like this. Most

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people said, Oh, yeah, let's do it like that. And this guy, writes a blank check, things like that. Well, they're like, to listen to the rich person. They also like the very knowledgeable and educated person, if we have a professor amongst our mids will always respect him. And Professor, what do you think? Right? So that's two. And he had both these things happening. Three, the people, like people, someone who's well mannered. So it's very true. They like everyone who's milling much. So I will look into all these he was very rich merchant, very well mannered, very knowledgeable in the lineage of the Arabs, and the lineage of the Quran. Nobody could touch him in the in that knowledge. So in

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the gatherings, Easter and integration of all Hadees to love his gathering, and he would sit and he would talk about the lineages and he would never ever mentioned that lineage in a bad way. And your any group or any tribe or any branch in about so people like this person. So you can see how much easier it is to for people to accept the call or the message from him.

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But very good. So that was those were some of the first people that were called to Islam. All right, what were what do you think were possible reasons. One, I think we already mentioned the person who invited 45

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of his family members or people in close kinship, and he invited them over food and we said food specifically because it's often the hearts people relaxed when they eat so pasta lamb did that. Used food to he?

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And he spent and scholar says, prove you have to spend on the hour he spent on the food and everything. Then I will have they came in the way of that. So invited everyone else again, but this time without Abu lahab so he removed someone who might have been an obstacle.

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But so then, oh, there's also a narration just so when you read the books, you're not confused at that. He called them with Abu lahab. And Abu Talib supported the prophecy show that we're going to support you so I can't leave the religion of the muttalib. But I'm going to support you. And as for Allah, He came, he came out against him. He said no one has brought anything to his people worse than what you have brought

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what were possible reasons that the Quraysh refused and Islam so much and so adamantly, what do you think, for the shadows?

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Excellent shows fantastic shows. He said that

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they would lose their power because it was the center of wealth and it was a center and I always say the sandy the word Mecca now it's an English word also. Besides the name of the place, it also means center in English. Yeah. You see the mecca of movies. That's all

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At the mecca of bodybuilding, California, the mecca of this Yeah, I mean center now. So it really was a center people would come from all over and even whatever, I tried to destroy the Kaaba because he built his own car, but he wanted the customers to come there. So let me destroy that one. So everyone needs to come, they're bringing with them, you know, money merchandise, so until it became a center for trade everything, so a lot of them would would lose power, and also your name.

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Now, so under losing power, there are two ways it could lose power, one from Mecca not becoming a center where all the idol worshipers from all around come to something else is very important.

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What if other leaders became Muslim? Suppose the courage and the Meccans refused Islam, but some other people accepted Islam? What would that mean for the kurush? would mean problems? Is this true or false? It's true. How do we know it? It happened? What happened? thermometer, Alon who was the leader of a family of five, when he became Muslim, what happened to the Mexicans, he cut off the route and starve them didn't allow them to get food. So they could lose power both ways. their immediate power or other people gaining power and then strangling them. So that was one reason. Okay? Someone had their hand up just now I think

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aliannah Okay, but what is it another reason they refuse? There's one very common one always they say it in the Quran. Another reason they refuse further?

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Yeah, the religion of our ancestors, how can we live that is the religion of our ancestors. And all these excuses we look at they exist today as well. And they exist all throughout Islamic history today that people told you that. So you this is a religion of my parents, my father. I was talking to one guy, he said, why would I want to become Muslim?

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My father was Christian. My grandfather was Christian. And born Christian raised Christian.

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So that was his question, one very weak argument and you easily counter it with some questions, and then he changes his mind. But the religion of our ancestors, but what's another thing?

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Okay, I'll give you another one. Yeah, new method and a part of it was like you can you can classify it as cowardice if you want to. Okay, you can classify it as coward this way. They said, they were afraid and if we can't handle the autopia and if we become Muslim, the Arab world attackers, that's what we have. When the President spoke to Islam, he said love Katarina. When we cannot handle we cannot need admission. We can't withstand or, or deal with all the other. We live this religion. And they might all attack us. We can't stand them. We can't.

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I don't you know what I'm trying to say? There's a nice word, but I can't find

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anything. A word. Okay, go ahead. And where do you want to say? Yeah.

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Oh, sorry. Sorry. Let me add one more point. And we'll lay this is that when charlo for law allows us to keep going into Medina. We're just going to do maybe two classes just on the unsolved unsolved, or some of the most amazing human beings in the history of humanity. They are so so so so amazing, like, they're beyond your imagination, how amazing the unsought are, but you know, oh, yeah, well, they the problem came to them, they just welcomed him and sang and balabhadra come, Lola, well, is much deeper than that. It is so phenomenal with the unsought have done just amazing people. When you see what the unsought Did you see, what how fantastic they were on you. Look, if

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you compare them to the Porsche, Porsche we can handle the Arabs the answers that will defend you as we defend our own children and will protect you and this and this and that, and for some ask them, then they said, What will we get if we do all that for you? Notice the difference between the current policy we become we support you with defending we can handle Arabs, it's not good thing. The unsourced will do this. And what will we get in return? process lm said one word. One word that's it can offer you money. I can't offer you anything he just said. And Jana mazing people like amazing. They just heard this one word. And they give bear until the death of interviews awesome. They were

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always 100% supporting him. Just really, really incredible human beings. Anyways, that's a future talk in sha Allah, how amazing the unsalted work. But these people they're in you look at the unsavoury look at their cowardice over here. La Taka telenovela we can handle the Arabs who can't withstand them. Another thing was tribalism. Another reason collectively they refused Islam tribalism. One of the best evidences to this is a statement of Abuja, Abuja said we have struggled and competed with Benny Benny, abdomen off over a shut off and we are trying

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When Amazon competed with them over the sharp, the honor, and the dignity and the disposition, he said, they fed the fed the poor, the hotjar, the poor, we fed, they gave, we gave, they fought, we fought until we became neck and neck equals equal became equal. Then they said, We have a profit from amongst us. How can we reach that? You see what he's saying? This is his reasoning. Now, another thing, there's a profit from amongst us, we can never reach these people again, unless the profit is sent from us. How can we know? make it equal after years of competition, they spend, we spend the fight we fight now we have a profit from amongst them. This is one of his reasons for

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refusing that this is ridiculous, then he says,

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will lie learn to be a burden, one on satoko?

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Well, I will never believe in him ever. No, we

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will, I won't follow Him, nor will we believe him, I will believe in him.

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And this is something that we I think we mentioned this in the first class that this is something that even the colonialists will would use against the Muslim and they put groups against different groups and they destroy them like that, Danny,

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this how the English use it to destroy the Ottomans the breaking up the boom like that, or they would put Arabs against Turks or they will put any like the French use it in Algeria as well. They put the Arab pit him against the Berber, and so on and so forth. And the hypocrites tried to do that also in in Medina pit the house against Alhaji Raj, when we go to Medina, you'll see in saloon almost very successful in getting the house in order to fight against each other. So this is an old technique that has always been used. And not only that, but even when they left Jani,

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the British, even when they left lands and British martial law, and I'm still waiting for someone to write a book. Well, I don't have time I want someone to write a book on the mischiefs of the British and in the world will lay this stuff these people do they're just unbelievable people. And also it's there's almost no conflict on earth today. Except that you can link it to the British English great people with a broken teeth and they're the tea. And they're incredible people

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any serious delay, I hope they're not Brits in the audience any But seriously, they're problem makers. These guy, yeah, look at every country, the way they sliced it, they sliced it in a way so that to keep problems going in the future. You just go to anywhere in the world where there's conflict with board even between Sudan and Egypt, where the Egyptians in the audience no Egyptians in the audience have I wanna say Sudan, one world and one country even Sudanese in Egypt very recently in the 90s got arms and we're about to fight each other Why? Because the border goes nice and straight all along but this one town they just included it like this to make problems you know

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Babri Mosque

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they the British lady clearly said they invented the idea that the the god ROM was born there. And so now the Hindus won't destroy it, because this is what ROM ROM mean?

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Who's ROM

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Annie, and they're so upset and they're fooling you like that with midazolam who is behind him again the British and then you go into the caucus regions every problem you know in the drawn the borders the purpose do we put like the majority of one ethnicity here in this country? And then the rest of them in this Can you just anyways let's just get off the British will this will never end in our love for them is endless

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sermons in tribalism things like that, like what else is there?

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What else any specific reasons

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I have sent pride Yeah. Well, it was pride just out of pride didn't want to become Muslim or believe in the profits or anything else

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cuz didn't have a problem with the profits? I said, No, you never find their complaints is that this man's a liar. Or he's to con us we know in the market never. It wasn't the issue with other issues. was anything wrong with Islam that made him not become Muslim. It was nothing wrong with the sound that made him not become other complaints. Nothing to do with really with Islam. But anyways, so these are some of the points that the Quraysh refused the call.

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Okay, very good. So now what we're moving into to the to our mission

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main points now,

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the different techniques and the response of the Quraysh against this and then we're gonna look at their response during the meccan era. I just want to throw this out there. By the way, it's it's not related to our topic, but it's a very important point to know. Many times you'll hear this and you'll even hear it from knowledgeable people. And sometimes you hear it from Michelle as well, because it's something wrong, but it becomes it was spread and became so popular. They'll tell you that. Obviously, the most important thing in Islam is to hate, but then look how they illustrated for 13 years. The prophet SAW Selim spoke nothing but Joe Hayden. Have you heard who's heard that

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before? Very popular sir. He told me for 13 years president did nothing but teach to hate. And actually this is not true. And it's even in many respectable books but it's not true. And the person who taught us that is Chuck Jaffe of ego law said it's not true. He said is very simple exercise anyone can do right now or at home said grab the most half and look as the Mexican is where they talk about he used to always say I grabbed them was having just look at them. One time I did it, grab them was hot. Look at Mackinac, what do they talk about? Just Oh, hate. Oh, there's so much in Mackinac. Relationships with the family and keeping ties of kinship, feeding the poor, the

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etiquettes of not turning, not yelling at the poor and all kinds of things that are related to manners to love to community, even though there wasn't even a community giving the poor and this community related issue. This is all in makan Quran. It's not true that personname spoke only about the health for 13 years and some people will tell you, his brother Don't speak about anything. Just speak about the head of how many years 30 Okay.

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okay, so I mean, this is actually a very important point, Danny, so he did a lot of things. One of the ways to prove that really fantastic idea, and I think what we're gonna do is just dedicate a day to it. This isn't the beginning of the book of Buhari. This is the meeting between Abu sufian and heraclea. Her clients,

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fantastic meeting fantastic questions, and hear applause very intelligent scholars saying very well read. That's why his questions were really really smart, intelligent questions. Anyways, the most amazing thing on this hadith is that when the prophet SAW when Huracan asked him, What is your profit? What does he teach?

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Abu sufian mentioned one issue related to religion to worship, and about three issues related to a HELOC.

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What does that mean? Well, it's amazing. I mean, that means that a non Muslim at the time of the prophet SAW Selim, if you asked him what Islam he told you, Islam is this and this and this and he will start to list things related to a HELOC. That means when Muslims presented in Islam, they emphasize issues that were important. As far as a HELOC is concerned. mannerisms. He said, he tells us you know, to be good to our kith and kin, mentions things that relate to manners. Now, let's fast forward now to our times, if we were just to walk around the street and ask people what does Islam teach you? I'm not talking about those who watch any fox news or Machado, those guys, they're gonna

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say thing, but you ask people who have read about Islam? What do you think they'll say about Islam? I'll say the five pillars.

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You think they're gonna say well, you know, Islam is is an AI, they might even just to make you happy. Say it's a peaceful religion and everything. But its focuses on you know, worshipping the creator alone. Do you think they'll tell you Islam is a religion that really focuses on manners and tells people to be they won't say that. Why? Because it's not what we portray about it. Not I don't mean our behavior. I mean, when we even talk about Islam, we don't bring up manners. But when

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Abu sufian being a non Muslim is speaking to another non Muslim, he's saying Yeah, they teach things related to manage as well, to dealings, gentleness, kindness, because that's what is portrayed to them. Anyway, that's a different point. But I think it was a beautiful point. Right.

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amygdala always supports me with these things Barclay.

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Excellent. By the response of the kurush we're gonna look at it the response throughout the McCain era, all right,

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or actually even to Medina and you'll see some of the points the first thing

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the user number of techniques, trying to silence the Providence alum or to muffle his voice. One of the first first things they did they went to his uncle and this was now not a threatening meeting. They just politely if you want to call it asked him to either stop the processor from calling people to Islam or to allow them to deal with him Yeah, I need they're saying stop your

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nephew nephew saw some your nephew from from bliss preaching or lifted you out from him to production so we can deal with him. And so we'll call him at this point he refused

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Both and he's not going to stop him. He can do what he wants. I'm not going to lift the production from him. Then they made a second attempt to that. This is when they came and threatened him they came in threatened so that was the first it's a separate point that's number one. Number two now they came to threaten so they tried nicely the first time they threatened

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Okay, anyways, yeah, so they came and threatened our pilot and and they said that Gianni we have no patience and we will not leave him until one of us dies either he does or we die and so on and so forth. And so the process alum

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This is what there's a nick wick narration is very popular when he cried and he said if they put this on in my right hand and the left and the moon in my left hand, I would never leave this that's actually the week when the authentic one is that

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is that processor of them that Jani he said you see this son are not able to leave this this call this message of a snap. I'm not able to leave this just as they are not able to light a torch from the sun and nobody can light anything and he like put his hand in light something from the sun. So I'm not able to leave this just like they're not able to light a torch from the sun. The third attempt they made Apple thought it was really ridiculous and you think they're supposed to be smart, noble and mature. The brought a young man a handsome young man his name is Amara isn't worried about this young man. And they brought him to Abu Talib. And they said they said take Amara and let us

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take Mohammed sauce and he let us kill Mohammed sauce alum and we'll give you another boy in his place. handsome boy. Can you imagine that? screen it ridiculous. We thought he was shocked. He said you want me to give you my son to kill and give me someone else's son to raise? I gotta take someone else's son and raise him and spend money on and then you kill my own son from you know what it means by son? Yeah, it's ridiculous Jani. So that's why when Kathy Rahim Allah He says that I will call it was given the intense love of the Prophet Salim but he says have been pervy and luxurious and it's a natural love, not a religious love. He didn't love him as a prophet of Allah, but he loved him and

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natural love. Then they started their accusations. So they accused the prophet SAW Selim of a number of things, they accused him of madness and of being

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possessed. Recall we are you under the new zilara his dick in June. So they said that, oh, you meaning hammer saucer lump to whom the decree Quran has been sent down? Verily You are a madman. And it's interesting. The President said

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he didn't respond and say I'm not a madman. Does anyone know of any narration where the President said I'm not a madman? Or I'm not crazy.

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Okay, I don't and that doesn't mean there isn't one but if anyone has heard of a narration with a problem once said to licorice, I'm not a madman. Please share it with us. But Allah subhanaw taala give the defense never saw Selim didn't Manta be a matter of Baker, we must know this in certain column. Allah subhanaw taala gives a defense to the accused him of sorcery. And part of this is what was contrived by Khalid bin Madeira. Also another narration says Atiba Ebner obeah

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wacol, cafe una de sa hironaka de mambu sadhana Quran, you'll find many things ready to see all the accusations are actually mentioned in the Quran. So they said he's a Sahara, and a liar. So I don't get that. How did this idea come? Or will it be Maria or two of Nairobi, and another narration, it was HUD season. So now it's high season, they're afraid all these people are going to come from all over the place. And they're going to hear about the sit with the processor lemma, he's gonna give them down and he's to take advantage of hutches and he would walk to the different tribes and call them to Islam. So they said they will food the these groups of pilgrims or delegations are going to

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come. So we have to unify this declaration is a meeting of the evil minds and encourage the same we have to have one unified thing we say about the positive seller. So that it's it appears as if it's Yani strong, and for sure. And if the people here Oh, there's a man, he's a madman, oh, there's a magician. Oh, there's a poet. They don't know which is which is gonna sound like rumors and nothing is for sure. Let's give him one label and keep it firm. So

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so unbelievable movie era, all right.

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He wants to insert with the profits. Now, just we know this narration we all know it but look at it carefully. Now. This is a profit of a lot. And someone is speaking like this to him. Or this is you now at your workplace. And your manager is going to talk to you like this, or this is you at $1 table at university and someone's going to come and speak to you

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This, so he tells him if you're sick,

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we'll get young because this really what you're saying if you're sick,

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we'll get you the best doctor and he's sick up here.

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So if someone comes to you now from work or from school, maybe you might be you might have schizophrenia. If you've got, you know, multiple personalities, don't worry, I know a great psychologist, like, you know, psychologists, imagine how you start to feel as if you're sick, we'll get you the best doctor and the best treatment. If it's worth it, you want it and if you're doing all this because of money,

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who will gather money we'll give it to you will make you the richest one amongst us. And if you want a shot of you want to honor Yanni, you will do so with NACA, Elena will make you I really do make you in charge of us. And if you want mulk Mela Kanaka Elena will make your king if that's what you want. So this is the Remember what I said in the beginning, always think of these things in terms of a man speaking to the Prophet of Allah, or someone attempting to like make an attempt on the life of the Prophet. He's trying to kill the last prophet of Allah that makes it more serious. So the prophet SAW Selim is listening, why this man is telling him maybe you want to be a king, maybe it's

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just women will give you women maybe it's, well, maybe you're sick, you're mad, we'll get you the best doctor in town. And the resource lm is quiet. And he lets demand finish. And this one thing you will always find in the dialogue of the bizarre sillim since birth until death, never ever interrupt anyone. Now people think interrupting people is an art form. They just wait for the right part. And then you breathe. They say the next word he jumps in. He's smart. I got him and he has he found the right place to interrupt. There is no right place to interrupt. Don't interrupt people ever. Phillip is awesome. This man is saying these rude things he never will. It is so amazing. It stands out. He

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never ever ever interrupted incredible. seeing something like this. Yeah, I need this. We're not even profitable or anything near that. We would just cut someone off. If someone sits with me. He's like, maybe have a little mental disorder. What were you telling you?

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I'll go with the kafir. And although we should recommend, hey, john, let them have everything. But individual Solomon remains quiet. This man keeps accusing and saying these things, but a very demeaning and insulting also. Then what does he do?

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He says,

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well, in the narration of whatever. He says, I thought, Oh, yeah, Bill worried. He says are you done when he's done in his quiet now after all his suggestions? And he says are you done? Then he calls him by his patronymic didn't just call him by his first name or he calls him by his patronymic which is the way Abu Abu so and so which is the way to respect someone the most recent and very respectable way of calling them after this calling me mad. You want women will give you a woman it's worth we'll get you Well, you just want to be king is that why are you making this up? We'll make your king you want honor will make you the most honored. After all this, he says are you done? And

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then he says

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first nominee Now listen to me. And he called him Vice patronymic. Now listen to me. Then he begins to recite from the Quran.

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from certain fruits not so to a certain age, you know, June was the other one I saw

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for silica jacquela fistula so what happens

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when when he was done? The visa was hit him was done. He tells him how the mind is what I have. That's just so simple. Doesn't even answer notice. He never once said, No, I'm not mad man. I'm not possessed. And now he doesn't answer him and say, Well, I actually don't I'm not sick. I don't need your wealth. I don't want women he didn't say any of that he just recently researched for and then he leaves solid. When he goes back to his people to where the head the evil meeting first. When he enters his face looks different. So they said what law he comes back with a face other than the one he left with meaning he doesn't look the same, like when he left. So they said

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did you become the way they would say did you apostatize and you become a Kaffir? So but he would say no. He said no. They said okay, then they start to go over what can we say about him? And what can we say of what he does? He says well I then he started to describe the beauty of the Quran to them.

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And and how it's like he and he the most superior and nothing can ascends over these words and so on and so forth. So then they said okay, we'll say he's a poet. He says, I know poetry. This is not poetry. He's not a poet. They said, Okay, we'll say he's a madman who I've seen Mad Men and all these things. This is not madness. So every suggestion they made he says this, what do you think we should say? He says even though he was so moved by the Quran, this is I think the best thing you can say about him. The closest thing is that you can

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can say he's a hothead. He is a sad he's a sorcerer. All right, and he has speech by which he will do sad sorcery and make separate between a man and his wife and his son and his son and his father and so on and so forth. That's the best thing that you can say. So the chorus now the unified they agree they're going to say one thing about the film so it sticks very well. Okay.

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So then and these to warn people at the time of Hajj because they don't want people to sit with him and hatch this the whole idea, too. They would warn people be beware of the sorcerer, don't sit with him. Don't listen to his sorcery. Don't listen to a speech. He's hulkamania he will and he will cause the set on you know the sorcery. So when we think we know the story of a profile

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right dosi This is a great companion. He's entered into Mecca, and they warn me of this sorcerer. He says I got so scared I plugged my ears up with cotton. plugged his ear so he doesn't hear by mistake the sorcery of the prophet SAW Selim says after a while in his walking around all quiet and stuff.

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I said to myself, you have to fail. Yeah, and you are mature man. And you know, sorcery from not sorcery. You know, madness from you know, fake from authentic. Why would you be so scared to even hear this? If you hear it and you discover it's not true. You can discern you can make the judgment since I removed I unplugged the the cotton. And he went to the process. So it's kind of like what they say about publicity, right?

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But so so they created so much publicity that he went to the president by himself. He looked for him and came and sat with him and he heard this speech. And it was beautiful. And it wasn't sorcery. And he became Muslim. He became Muslim. This is a failed Nam at dosi. So so actually work to the fate of the porcelain, but he never walked around saying I'm not a sorcerer. He never want Does anyone know in narration? What goes wrong? This is Look, I'm not a sorcerer. Have you known me to do sorcery before? Well, could I have learned sorcery has good arguments, but he never said it. But they accused him of being a storyteller. Mahalo assaulted over in dictator Baja, for here to La La

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hypocretin La Silla. So they said that these are just stories of old Western authoritarian Oberlin occurs in the Quran 17 times. And almost every one of them is a response to another imminent harm. Another pirate he used to. He is a man that was well traveled. So we had a lot of amazing stories of kings and wise men, and they just funny in all kinds of stories.

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They said, we're gonna say that what he does, he tells stories, doctrine of obviously, it has stories of prophets and things. So they said, he tells stories. That's all he is a storyteller. And so they actually hired the, you know, in a sense, another, you see how much effort they put in combating the truth. They got another one Hadith. And he basically would follow the porcelain wherever he went. And if the president ever got up and started to recite the Koran, he would get up, and he would start to tell a story. Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, there were four kings who had mentioned and then people would move and come and sit. And then when he's done with his

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stories, he would say Bhima, Mohammed, Cairo Mini, how's Mohammed better than me? He tells stories, and I tell stories. So they said now they This is the other accusation. They accused the Quran of being just stories of old right.

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Another point they accused the Navy saw Selim of line

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cards in a row in the in the if Quinn if Tara who Amina Harun. foccacia uhlmann was Allah, Allah Subhana Allah says in in, in total,

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con, that those who disbelieve they say this meaning the Quran is nothing but a lie that he sallallahu Sallam has invented, and others have helped him at it. So he made it up and other people to help them at it. And then last part is, in fact, they produced an unjust and wrong thing, meaning they're the ones who will produce the lie, because the Quran is not something that he invented, nor that anyone else helped him in it. Then they also said that he and his followers were misguided, which is kind of what these techniques are still used today. Right.

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But most of them didn't say, you know, that I didn't write the score on and he didn't try to disprove that either. And he didn't also try to disprove and say, you know, used to call me. I mean, come on, he used to call me. I mean, now you're calling me a liar. He never once addressed that issue. You understand what we're doing right? Trying to say there's a pattern here. There's a pattern, you don't find them directly defending and arguing these points. And I hope we have time to discuss this in the end. So for the

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good point.

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You're You're step ahead of us. We're coming. We're gonna stop now and say okay, why then? So good, good thinking excellent. But they said he and his followers were misguided. And they do that today to try to make it look like the Muslims were misguided. They Distort and they're also they told you half the story they don't tell you the other half things like that.

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Well either call in the house with a lowball loan, and whenever they saw them they would say behold These are the people who are a street are truly a straight. They also use sarcasm, and made fun of Vanessa Solomon the companions in Medina drama economy, Latina Amano, Hakuna This is until today, even today within Islam, those who follow the Sunnah those who don't follow the snow will ridicule them and your brother beard is too long. You know that? So one guy who one of our brothers had a big beard. This guy comes to him with no beard like butter. Cut so who should give him advice? Yeah, you told me cut. I tell you grow. Okay, tell me cut.

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And when the point is, in the Latina German economy, the denominator, those who need transgressed you always laugh Do we still laugh at those who believed with a maroon Maru be him at Obama's own weight and Caligula him in Colorado fokin. So whenever they pass by them, they would wink at each other and mockery, and when they turn to their own people, they would return jesting me making fun of them.

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And then they meant other another request as well the requested that that the process alum would send away those of monks the poor, I mean, they're saying you were nobles, you want us to become Muslims, and you have to send away those, those poor people, those freed slaves, those non Arabs, the riff rafts according to them. We don't want Yeah, Buddha Buddha sit in the same gathering on the floor with with salmaan and Bilal and hubub. And these people, this is what they were saying. And Allah Subhana Allah says to them, yonny system then visa salam wa Taala in a donor boom, below that he will he read una mucha, you do not send turn away those who invoke their Lord in the morning in

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the afternoon, seeking his face meaning seeking His pleasure.

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And of course, the only one of the things that shows you the courage, we're not sincere and you think if you saw Selim would have told Okay, Bilal hubub and salmaan go away. You think Abu lahab would just submit and come sit and take a

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look or anything like that. And they weren't really sincere in their requests, and we're going to analyze this more next time when it comes to the miracles that's why in one of the verses Allah subhanaw taala describes what they were saying with call Allahumma in Canada who will Hakuna Indyk then what for Elena hayata Minister Emma

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Athena an alien This is a weird so a lot if this is truth this religion is truth from from from your side Danny. So then let me let let stones rain down a rock stones rain down upon us from the heavens or bring us a severe torment punishment on earth kind of a die is this

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oh loves this is the truth. Let stones rain down upon us or severe punishment come and take us like Why didn't you say oh I love this the trip goddess to it. And the story because they weren't sincere. Anyways, we're looking at that more next time in Sharla. By the hurled insults they start to insult they would induce insult in the bizarre setting them severe insults.

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And I'm going to split for now I'm going to keep this example we're going to come back to it but they use noise and distortion so people don't hear the Koran vocabulary. Nikola Tesla when he had the Quran, world o fi, unlock him.

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So the they said do not listen to this Quran. But talk at random in the midst of it. Well, it's being recited, talk out loud and soft, so that you may gain the upper hand so to drown out the Quran by speaking and creating distortion, when they would follow the process of them like this

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making noise and it will also sing.

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They will also sing.

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They would hire again hire girls to sing. So that whenever the person would want to recite or an or talk, these girls would stand up and they would start singing and then people would come and listen to the singing for and zapomniani even since back then singing in Poland didn't combine in people's hearts. So what happened? The problem never once would say Could you stop singing you know, why don't you go somewhere else? I'm moving to this part of this market. You stay here. Now. They will follow him and he would never we don't. As far as I know and I've never seen an iteration or any scholars say that he wants turned to them and said could you stop following me? Could you not bother

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me and what I need there's a narration It's amazing. It tells you how doing

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When the judge came, one of the narrator says I saw a young man here it will be the processor left, because he's still in his 40s. He's young, and not an older man walk in handsome young man. And behind him, there was an there was a big, fat guy, cross eyed. And we to bridge. You can just imagine this ugly big guy with his cross eyed, you got to Braden hairs like this. And he's walking behind the processor. And the problem gently is trying to talk to people about Islam. And this man is uncle, they said, so that means it was a hula hoop. So this is ugly, Nikita is walking behind him. And every time he tries to talk to people, he would come and say, Don't listen to him. You

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know, I'm his uncle. And he's crazy, and he just has issues on it. And then we'll go to the next group, and you'd walk behind him. And but this is the amazing part. And the narration, the narrative says, He never meaning the person never once turned to him and said anything to him.

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Again, this is amazing. It's just mind boggling, as they say, how Never once did he turn it around?

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Do you mind

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and just imagine someone doing that to you Just imagine it, just how long before you pop them in the mouth, as they say? How long? The guy is just gonna keep following you. And every time you try to speak to someone who's gonna come to you and

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amazing, a lot, not once does he turn and tell him? Why we're gonna come back to that channel. Hope we have time to analyze this. So we're skipping the Americas. That's next time because we don't want to

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take up all our time like that. They they try to negotiate. I'm going to leave that also.

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Okay, no, I think what I can do

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is I can skip all the rest because they're not in relator analysis, but we're still gonna do them next time with the miracles in Sharla.

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Fantastic, excellent. Well, okay, but they're still they scared people from entering Islam, which I would go to someone who was interested in Islam, or who would listen to the process a few times, he would go to him before they take the Shahada. As we say, if he's a noble, this is how he would threaten him. He says, you know, we're gonna disregard what you say, if there isn't a meeting, we're not gonna care about your opinion. We're gonna marginalize you. And we're not going to give any way to what you say or to you so that no balloon would start coming back to stay away from Islam. If it was a businessman, he would go to him and look at the time this man invested in battling the

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religion of Allah, he would say go to Him and He will ruin your trade will ruin your business. And we will not deal with you will not give you good prices. Fantastic. But the problem still never went and so could you not do that to people or anything like that?

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They try to offer the Prophet cillum himself worldly materials as we looked at, they tried to get help from the Jews of Medina, they called another man Harris and he is not from Mecca. Another one is from the bottom all the way and look at the effort and then the sent with him awkwardness might have never been wired to get questions from the Jews. That will stump any difficult questions. So they sent them on a journey. They traveled all the way now to Medina. Just ask Jews, the Jews there. Give us some difficult questions, we can go and ask Mohammed to Lhasa. This is so much effort. And then they came back with the three questions about the people of the cave or

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about the carnation and about the third row and there's the scholars say these three questions resulted in two great great blessings for the oma

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Surat Al calf and so the isasa Thank you The physically attacked people maybe we'll look at that next time the general boycott of the Muslims that's going to be a whole class by itself. Well, maybe not but it was amazing anyways, and then of course the attempted assassinations and war against the prophet SAW Selim by so the question is, why didn't the prophets of Salaam now this is our analysis and we'll end with this inshallah even though we have about six minutes. Why didn't the Prophet ever turn around and say, Look, could you leave me alone? Could you stop this? Could you not harass me while I'm talking to him? Could you not sing? Well, just in the place where I'm trying to give down?

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Could you not tell your stories? Well, I'm trying to give down

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or but what do you think? Oh, could you not call me a madman? Could you not say I'm a sorcerer, would you not? Do you know that I'm not for the dust.

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Okay, so

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so that when you're accused of something,

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okay, but you're you're bright. But you even what you're saying is still there's this much detail in your sentences, we can still break them down and make more points out of it. So that when you accuse someone of something

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And they start defending it almost makes it stick and kind of sticks to you a little bit right? And so that will be your that's all you do now just everywhere you go you have to defend Islam and terrorism that you took a taxicab What do people doing this when you get on the plane the guy next to you say oh you guys are everywhere you go I have to deal with this.

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Type who Shiraz.

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Okay, excellent. So now now what we're doing now these are possible reasons. Okay, what we're saying? possible reasons why the person didn't react in that way. So one thing is that it's a waste of time. So now instead of you know moving forward with the dour I have to run around until this What did you hear about me? Huh? Huh? So sir now Well, I'm not especially a fella who said this if you go over here What did you hear madman Lola. You know me Okay. We'll go back to waste of time. Priscilla move forward instead of going back to this excellent

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You mean for the non Muslims it would didn't make sense for them to go to the process alum.

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Uh huh. Beautiful. So is Ola this beautiful point, because if someone really believed it, it wouldn't matter to them much. Because most of the time, the craziest people they tell you that they're not crazy. And the drunk tells you that I'm not drunk. And right. So it's you don't take there's no value to it. And if you go to a mental hospital today, and one of the guys comes to you and his hairs Oh, and he tells you you know, I'm not crazy. You Really? Do you believe him? He's no value what he says. Unless you look down and says Dr. So and So So Dr. Comb your hair. Yeah. You fooled me. Dr. Saba.

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Okay, so it's just Excellent.

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Excellent. Excellent. So we have waste of time cycle of negativity that it will stick to you as bus and said Gibran

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bark Hello fig. So, so brother Gibran is saying that.

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First of all, you see a lot of things you see the gentle a flock of the process element. Excellent, excellent, refined manners. And beyond your imagination. And even when he's scared Look, when would happen in the cave if he just responded to the request is Who are you? And what do you want me to read? Any? So

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excellent level of luck. And then the result of that was something greater than you responding yourself ally responded on his behalf in the Quran. Fantastic. And it's a lesson as brother Gibran said, it is still a lesson for us because Allah subhanaw taala also tells us what the hatami jehlen corlew Salama, and when the ignorant people speak to them. They they respond with any peaceful words, and a lot of users will call nasty person and we said the word a nurse in the Quran means everyone didn't say many nasty means everyone Muslims or non Muslims. So this is a required the Annie horlock mannerism

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if he had defended against one point, you'd have to stay on that point because

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this is occupying his time.

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Let's keep accusing him of that. But if he ignores it, and it shows they went to one thing that the other the other than the other, just like us.

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Excellent. So then you always be in that position. So one, you have to defend the terrorism, then you have to defend human rights and you have to defend this issue that issue. It never ends. But because it's time, let me just quickly go through the list that I have. And maybe we can and if you think of so we said that it would be a waste of time. It was also it was a test of the patience of an abyssal Selim and he was also an it shows us how to be patient as well. Three, they were baseless. So if they were baseless, and there's not much reason to refute something that's baseless. All right, and if for example,

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Let's start a rumor I see that money is from outer space. Whenever much time would you spend refuting This is baseless? Why are you thinking you're gonna spend time on it?

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It's baseless. I don't have to spend any time with this. So the first dilemma, a lot of it was baseless. They're the ones who called him nicknamed him methodical. I mean, they he didn't call himself that they did it now they're gonna come and say he's lying. It's baseless. All of meccanoid all of Makino that he wasn't a liar. For a lot of them were personal insults, their horns beautiful. A lot of them were personal insult and dour isn't personal. And that wasn't about you. When you're giving down when someone insults you, it doesn't matter because as you're standing as a Daria, you're doing it for a lot. So a lot of them were personal insults and to be sauce, lm didn't spend

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too much time with them, then if the process of them reacted to them, what would that tell people? It's very important point.

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If he reacted, then they would know that it's working. What did they try? Or what how many techniques we mentioned 1011 maybe or 15 in the list? What do they keep trying 15 different techniques, because he never showed them that one of them is successful. But if he would have showed irritation from one what happens it sticks you know maybe you know this growing up and sometimes your friends started to give you a nickname and give you a nickname you really don't like but what do you do you like and you just let it go and they forget it. But if they one day said you look listen not this name anything but this then ah we got a good name for you now. So here and maybe saw

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Selim didn't show them the any of them worked. He would just keep going until they give up and try a new technique. Then they give up until everyone appreciate this point. He wouldn't show them this point. This works okay, very quickly. I know we went over time.

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It was also supreme confidence of the Navy sausage supreme confidence. This way escaping Mecca. He asked or should I just stop here and we continue them next time.

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I like the momentum let's quickly go through them. Supreme confidence. We've been escaping Mecca historian Soraka you're gonna wear the bracelets of kisser This is a man sauce. Hello Musashi Bri

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you can come to me with the singing little girls. When you girls go to you know what cares? He saw jabril I Salamis supreme confidence Allah subhanaw taala gentle o'clock it shows that he was very concentrated and he was focused his delicate moving in that direction never get derailed and this these are lessons we should learn as well. Like the point was mentioned that it's of no benefit to any if especially if someone believes you're a madman, a madman coming to you to refute that he's a madman has no value to you. Right.

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The salience of the process alone could also could hurt them more. And a lot of times you know this from life and those who are married notice also sometimes your wife wants to pick a fight with you and you refuse to fight she gets more upset if you fight back with her she feels happy now he's fighting back you just keep ignoring her just keep avoiding it. She gets more angry now. What's gonna gonna take to get this guy so the problem being silent could be hurt them more as well.

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Also, the problem was not given permission to fight or to be aggressive. That's another important point also.

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Okay, I know what that means. And of course the Navy saw seldom was as a role model. We'll stop here but joking locker and for your enthusiasm and for your inputs alarm robotic arm hammer. Main was Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.