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Kamal El-Mekki

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smilla han Rahim hamdulillah hearable alameen wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Meanwhile, he wasabia Jemaine, I'm about.

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Okay, a couple of things.

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doesn't work that plug.

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This will die quickly. It's very weak.

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One.

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Well, that rich

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handle, I made it on time, I drove straight in from Edmonton, we had to engage in some reckless driving in order to make it on time. I think you choose when there's a class right? Or

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maybe even worse to have

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good news.

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It's here, the sera book. So the biography of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the light of the original sources. It's an analytical study. This is the one that we were talking about. It's two volumes. And it's $30. And there are five left, right? The little one there, five left.

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And this $30 deal is even cheaper than what you'd get it in, in other bookstores in Houston, other places. So this fantastic, excellent, excellent book. And like we said, you, like, for example, look at this page, and you can't even read it. But you've got the first half is the story, or what's the events, and the bottom half is all about the narration who narrated it if it's authentic or not. So it's not just the story. It's really teaching you Siraj. So and then, like, for example, this page at the end of this section lessons, and then he'll list out all the lessons how many people like for example, I don't know what this is, but it's like five points here on lessons from this incident. So

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it's a fantastic book. $30 is nothing for this book. Excellent. And look at university books. $200. And this is fantastic. So

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that's my copy, you get your copy in Sharla.

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Alright.

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The

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Okay, I had to

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I didn't have time to go home and print. So I just came straight. So I'm going to just look from here.

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The other thing as usual, we start with asking, what was your favorite part of last week's class

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wants to go first favorite point or something that you just realized? Anything?

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further algebra.

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Okay, excellent. So Excellent. So whether you run like that individual Allah Salaam, still giving Dawa even though he was in that physical state, very tired and beaten blooded to the point where his enemies felt bad for him, enemies or he just made against him a few days ago. And the process from his method of giving dollar to a does he asked him, where he's from his name. And then he, he mentioned something about where the man's from and people love that, right? People love that they and if they tell you, I'm from this area, and if you could say a sentence in their language, we'll have you they'll be

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they'd love that. I'm not gonna say my order two sentences. Okay. I lost I think they're worn out now. What did you like?

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The leaders right? Or the sons of the Yeah, excellent. So the fact that the approach that hey, what's your name? Brian. Mashallah. Good, man. So, the process that I'm trying to approach the leadership because you know, the leaders they affect the masses. Excellent. But anything else?

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for them Shiraz?

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Mm hmm.

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Uh huh.

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Excellent, good. So then that brings. That brings us to this point that we mentioned of why the alum chose the pif. And I think these points were, were interesting. We said it was the second largest city had a great place in the heart of the Meccans. And they had the tribal thief, which was a very strong tribe. So if they became Muslim, it would be great support for the province of Salem. We said proof that the proof is so strong is that is that even after the conquering of Mecca, the Muslims couldn't conquer

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the pif that lay siege to them for an entire month and still couldn't conquer it and left.

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There was competition between the two, like Shiraz was alluding to Mecca had the Kaaba and I've had

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a lot. Excellent. So it would have been an opportunity for them to try to surpass the Meccans. And a lot of the Meccans had property in a pif had homes there. And

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so then we might, the part that I enjoyed was why the process psyllium took days even harder than why he didn't write. Why did he walk? Right for the?

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Excellent. Yeah, so that didn't so people don't suspect it was just it just looked like a man with his adopted son going somewhere. And they went on foot, so it didn't look like they're going for, or they're going to a new city, if you had riding animals and so on that would have made it look different. Excellent. But we still have to finish the story of a tie off. Correct. That's where we left off last time.

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So just because last time I skipped this, and I feel that we should give it it's it's do

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the need to place the incident of a tie if and this will help us better later on next week. Bismillah place the incident of

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just

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what are we doing? It's an outage, right? So we said that there was the boycott for three years of of any hardship. Now we're saying that this was the year known as Iman husband, the year of sorrow, and why was it the year or so? So let's start with the boycott of Bani Hashim.

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Actually, let's even start a little before that,

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with how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam now Hamza became Muslim and Omar became Muslim and some say that Omar became Muslim. Three days after Hamza I mean Hamza Dylan. Yes. Omar became Muslim three days after Hamza lon. So how did Hamza de la and will become Muslim?

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I don't remember I want to dominate

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Iowa.

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Okay.

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Excellent.

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Okay, good. Excellent. Haha.

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Jimmy Exactly. Love it. So brother when he was mentioning the incident, and

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just the narration, I'm mentioning a slightly different name, where the prophet SAW Selim was at the Kaaba. And Abuja was new every time the problem came around the toe off, and he insulted the alum more and more so in the end, he insulted him severe, severe insult. So a woman witnessed this and she hated that. And you know, some some people, they just like to stand up for what's right. They don't care Muslim, non Muslim. So she goes to she she leaves that and the person leaves it was insulted severely like that Hamza de la, and he's coming back from hunting. So he's got his bow and his arrows and everything. So the woman sees him and she says, if you would have seen what will

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happen, which is the patronymic of Abu Jamal, if you were single, I will have come said to your nephew, and she said nephew specifically brings it closer now. He told him that he insulted him severely. So hands on who was very upset. So he went and with his bow, and he smacked a puddle on his head, smacked him really hard on his head. So he said, Do you and so while he's doing it, he needs to justify why are you so angry? You're not a Muslim? So why are you so angry? So then he to justify why he's so angry. By mistake. He didn't really mean it. He said to Super Mohammedan What? Allah Dini aku Come on.

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Kearse Mohammed and I'm upon his religion. And I say as he says, so I was just hitting him as he's saying that. So as a justification, right, you're not a Muslim. Why are you so upset? Because I'm Muslim, but he wasn't really Muslim. So

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so he

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stopped the people who said, Yes, he's right. I did curse him really, really hard. And even even though he's originally still admits it, and I really overdid it this time. So, Hamza Delano, now, he openly and publicly said that he's Muslim, but he wasn't Muslim. So but so hello, the Arabs they have certain qualities they had certain qualities that your word, if you if you say something public class, it's not a joke tomorrow. Oh, no, just kidding. Warrior, you're a liar. What kind of a man are you change your words like that? So the minute he spoke the word he became the captain. You know, the Arabs used to say that your words? Are you captive, so long as you keep them. They're your

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captives. that once you speak them, you are their captive now, because you can escape once you speak a word. So Hamza Golan spoke this word, just out of anger out of justification by mistake, and he didn't mean it. But now he publicly said to people that he's Muslim. So he says, and he narrated himself, and this is an enabling sham. It's in detail. It mentions how I'm going to go on within went. And he made a narration tells me he made the Kaaba. He made dua to Allah because what do I do? Do I go back on my word, or do I enter religion? I'm not ready, and I don't know much about it. So he went, and he made, he said, to Allah, I said, Oh, Allah, if this religion is good, and if there's

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hair in it, then then bring me closer to it. And if it's not good, if it's bad, it's gonna like the other staccato almost Yeah, thing is there's no good anything keep it away from me. He said, No sooner had I finished a DA then immediately, Yanni, Islam entered my heart already, he became comfortable with the idea of Islam. So it was a word that he uttered by mistake that pulled him into Islam.

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So now, three days later, Amaro de la Han, who becomes Muslim. And when I became Muslim, we already went over the story of how he fought people. And then he started to recite the Quran out loud, and they want to attack him again. And from there on, he started to recite the Quran out loud, and his companions used to say that, and we have always become honored since the day Omar became Muslim. So it was a big difference for people. Now,

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the aroma goes to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and he says,

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Why do we if there were the believers were upon the truth upon falsehood, while keep our religion a secret? What happened? This incident marks the transition between the secret door and the public tower. So I'm not allowed to encourage them to be SOS alum to go out and to publicly proclaim a snap. So the President was convinced and they went out a group of 40 men. But notice here now the choice, the process alum, choose 40 men from the nobles, those who are impoverished freed slaves didn't have any tribes in Mecca. He told them not to come out. So 40 men of the knee of the leaders of the nobles, they went out and two rows in one row led led by Hamza Delano, the other row led by

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Amara de la and he saw Selim in the middle, and they're going around the Kaaba, and they're going around Mecca saying La ilaha illAllah. Muhammad Rasul Allah, Allah, making takbeer making Tallinn so now it's a public thing. And the Quraysh they're just watching, and there's nothing they can do. Because 40 men, if you attack 40 men, that's like a mini battle, Danny, you don't just attack 40 men and 40 of the nobles, one from this tribe, one from that tribe, one from this tribe, one from that tribe. So if you attack them, which one are you talking and if you attack two, then two tribes are coming against you. So people just watched in silence as they're doing this. This is one of the

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events that that was part of the catalysts are things that caused the boycott of Banu Hashim, the boycott, initially it started like this, they said that

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you turn over Mohammed sauce, a lemon will we can kill him because you can't kill him until you get permission from the tribe. So they went to burning up the mortality said, let us kill Mohammed sauce, or we're going to also boycott you and not deal with you at all. And so the better of them, of course, refused. So they said, we're going to we're not going to deal with you. No one will marry from you or sell anything to you or buy anything from you. That's it.

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So I will call it he gathered by Abdulmutallab, and Bernie and Bernie abdominus and Benny Hashem. And he said, You know, this is a situation Do you accept this? And of course, they said, No, of course they can take the courage, they can bully us, they can do this to us. So they decided to all in order to

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support one another and you

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They all decided to move out into one of the ravines in Mecca. And they settled in the ravines and they became known, historically, as shabby,

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shabby, shabby ravines of Abu Talib, because it was his initiative to move everyone out like that. So people would not deal with the kurush

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at all, I'm sorry, I've won the whorish would not deal with Benny Hashem all of Benny Hashem. Now even though it started off just when I've done Metallica and many of them enough with Benny Hashem, all of them went and they were not all necessarily Muslim, but they couldn't accept that this bullying, and that's why they moved out like that. And as I mentioned last week, it was during this period that some scholars say that this is where the health of the long run had deteriorated. And the health of Fatima Fatima, Zainab rubella and also the daughter of the process got worse during this period. So what happened was that the really needy lived in difficult times and times of

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starvation they would starve is narrated, that one went out to relieve himself and the darkness. So he felt he touched something it moved, he felt something move. When he looked at it, he found it was the skin of a dead camel. So he said, I took it, and I washed it well, and I've fried it cooked it and I ate it. Skin dried up skin of a dead camel. This is how poor they weren't I just how much poverty and he had struck them. They were this poor and this desperate. And

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how digital the Aloha now of course, stayed with her husband sort of lost alum, even though she wasn't part of the boycott. But then what the college did is that they refuse to deal with anyone who would deal with the courage. And if a merchant came from out of town, they would warn him, you can't deal with these people with Bahasa, and if he were to try to buy food to go take to them. He they would charge him three, four times as much. So the Muslims remained for three years in this situation. And we all know that it was three years but when you think about it, and you contemplate that it's three long years of the best of people and the best of profits that allows hella suffering

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and in this situation not able to find food, and he just every single day they're not able to find food, they're hungry. And so I don't know and you can we really live these moments with the professor seldom that any food is available to us, whatever you want. Now it's affordable and it's reachable, attainable. You want chocolate cake right now after Asia, you grab it on your way back and you don't think of it I grew up chocolate cake, cut it, eat it.

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But this is the best of people. These are the best of people in three years. They're living in this situation. So what happens? There is a non Muslim from the Quran, hakima Hassan, and his heart was moved a little bit he couldn't accept this, that they're going to treat and Hakeem Azzam through his, through the through his mother's side, he was connected to bunny Hashem, because realistically, the Quraysh they're all connected in one way or another. So he This was too heavy for him that this is how we're going to treat our new relatives or our kinsmen. So he has, um, he gathers food and he puts it on a horse, and he's starting to head out and guess who he meets?

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I will judge so Abuja Hill, one of the dynamics, the politics and encourage, there are many leaders, as you know, but Abuja was trying to be like the main leader, so he's trying to assert his leadership over other leaders as well. So keep him Sam isn't a nobody. He's one of the nobles and one of the leaders can even said that Quraysh so he's walking out with his horse full of food, Abuja. He feels that he's going to probably take it to buy new Hashem. So it doesn't, where are you going? So I came in Assam says, chutney. That's my business. I'm one of the leaders. It's not your business, where I'm going and

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insists, where are you going? And he says, it doesn't concern you. He says, No, it does concern me. Because he felt now he's going to take it to bunny Hush. So this is no it does concern me. So they start arguing, it's not your business where I'm going, I'm one of the leaders. You're not, you're not my boss, you know, you're not an over me that you tell me. Where am I going? And these things, you're not talking to some riffraff Eonni so then I will go through even a sham comes by and he finds this argument. So he says what's going on? So Genesis, he's you know, he's got this food. I think he's taking to bunny Hashem. So I'm asking where he's going, it is one to say, and and and I

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gave nasm to this my business. And so I will read my sham. He says yes, it is his business and it's none of your business. This is now another noble, another leader. So then I

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pushed him pushed hockey, I will block the revenue. He shot. So we both today had him and they got into a physical fight. They fly into a fistfight. Danny, in which the victor was about three

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Yeah, yeah and he was the better fighter. So he beat done, hopefully general hamdulillah. And Hakeem Azzam was able to take the food to the to bio hash in the ravines. Now, this is, of course, just one isolated incident and how much is any food on one horse going to be enough for and you've got an entire people there, and they've been in starvation for a while. So again, A while later, and not one of the one of the nobles, one of the leaders again, he Sham if number Cheb number was sitting and this was bothering him this idea that this is the way we're treating bonacci. So this bothered him. And he wanted a way to end because sorry, what happened was the chorus, then they wrote out

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this known as the Sahiba. They wrote out, what's the word for the cipher here, and none.

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It was like a document basically, in which they put that no one's going to sell, or deal with financially or marry or give food or take for anything from Ben and Hashem. And this is what the coalition's have agreed upon, all the leaders agreed upon this. So after three years now this suffering he Shabnam, he felt bad, and he wants a way to cancel this, this decree or this cipher of the coresh. So he speaks to the hair in Abu omiya in Madeira. And he tells her hair that Annie, do you accept that we treat our people like this? When you Hashem, and your hair says no, we don't accept I don't accept that. So it says, Then, let's cancel this slide says we can't I mean, the

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college agreed upon it. He said, Well, we have to find a way to end it. He says then, okay, we need a third person. So he showed number he goes, and he talks to multinational ID. And he tells him, yeah, and if you accept the situation, and the man says, no system, we need to cancel out this

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decipher this agreement or this decree of the kurush. So I asked him who is with you? And he Sham says, I have to hire with me. He says we need a fourth person. So then he goes to a doctor, even a sham. They just a few. We're talking about him. You don't want to beat up with john. So

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abou doctor, he says, okay, we need another person with us. So this was

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he says, We need a fifth person. So he goes to Zuma s word muttalib napton maka, Edna muttalib. He was from Benny Hashem, actually, you see, but he was not part of the, the boycott. So now they have six people. So six people now and they're going to try to find a way to cancel the sahifa or this decree against money, Hashem. So on the on a day when all the leaders are gathered, he Sham and they're so they they're very smart. Yeah, they planned it well. And there are only six people at the moment, but they're organized six is better than many that are disorganized. So they didn't go together as a group, and then you'd look at them as one entity. So they stood up at different

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intervals because they're intelligent. So he Sham his number he stood. And he said that, you know, I don't agree with this behavior, and we need to cancel it. And so who gets who gets up to oppose Abuja and of course, the throne of the oma. So we gel gets up. And he's like, No, we this is something he agreed upon. And we're gonna keep it. So then. Now what's happening now, another leader so this was the hair the one that agreed, so head was sitting and he's sitting away from his jump, he gets up so now all you see is another leader. Another one of the nobles standing up, says I also disagree with I also want to cancel it. And so we just turns to him. He's like, no, we're not going

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to cancel it. So from this side note, I have no idea he gets up. I also want to cancel up with john turns over here. So now what they're doing now is making it look like more and more people are against it, because every now and then one would stand up and then we'll go through a sham stands up and then Zuma is what he stands up and every time Jared is trying but these six were able able to overwhelm him and they appeared to me to be a larger group that saying no, versus the group that saying yes, and so when they went to take the sofa down because they wrote it and they hung it in the cab when they want to take it down they found that an outdoor which is an insect basically it

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could be anything it could be termites or what have you. The this insect ate out, ate the whole document and just left bismack alone.

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This McCullough, just like in your name, Yanni, in your name, Oh Allah. That's the one because they used to not say Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. They say this Mikela home. That's the only thing that was left and everything else was eaten. There was also another narration in which and nobody saw seldom told avatar live that Allah informed me that the whole document has been eaten away, except for this statement. And then I will call it went and he told the courage that if that's the case, we'll

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will cancel the boycott and so on. And they checked it and, and they again, they said this is the error and so on and so forth.

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So

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this ends the, excuse me, this ends the boycott, which was for three years, which was very difficult and draining on the Muslims physically and otherwise, right after that. So now we're putting things into perspective. Right after that, I will call it dice.

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And the and then we said some narrations that are a few days later or a month, and five days later, a digital delana does. And we said when Abu Talib died, the process is a lump now, even nobody's would attack him with no notion of the man who put the sand on his head. And then the narration of the interestings that were put on his back while he was praying, still alive. So it got worse. And they were laughing so hard, we said that they were leaning sideways laughing at the process alone, while he's making sure that the Kaaba with this dirt on his back. So it got worse after that. And then

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then the death of Khadija de la like the, like the moral support and the support from home, yeah, any of the profits are so numb. And then

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from here, this is where you saw slums went out towards a pif. And we had just a little bit to go, if I remember correctly last time about the story of a toys. But we said basically, in a nutshell, and if you saw Selim went to a party, because of the reasons that we just mentioned today in the beginning of class. Then, when he got to a bar if he approached the three sons of AB DLL, or of f1.

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They just know

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where am I here.

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We also didn't mention some of the benefits, perhaps behind the death of avatar, remember that? And then what could be some of the benefits for that, and the lessons that we can get from that. So the prophets of Salaam then he went to three of the sons of Amir, I saw coffee from the tribe of five, and they were up DLL and Massoud and Habib, and all three of them responded with in ridiculous ways that the alleged said, if you are the Prophet of Allah, I'm gonna tear the curtains of the Kaaba, the drapes basically of the Kaaba. So he's saying, like, he's not approving of this choice. So it's very insulting, very rude. And then the second one, what did he say?

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He said, it didn't find anyone else besides you, and he couldn't find someone better than you. So he's objecting to the choice of a lion. And then the third one thinking is smart. He was the dumbest, Habib said that, if you were truly our Prophet of Allah, you're too great for me to speak to. And if you're someone making such a severe lie, then you're too low for me to speak to any both ways. I can't speak to how do you benefit then? Yeah, what does that mean? It doesn't make any sense. Yeah. And sometimes they they lost logic with that, right? with things like that. Like when they said if this is the truth, then love destroys love. If it's the truth, why don't you ask for a

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lot to guide you wants to be destroyed, if it's the truth.

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And nobody's awesome. I think the amazing, amazing thing is that he spent 10 days in a pif. Yeah. Anyone amazed by that?

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He stayed a long time. So after these three men refused, he said, keep this between us this conversation, keep it between us so he can still walk into the city and speak without them trying to cause some negativity and so on. But of course they didn't. But and then we started him still stayed for 10 days. And for 10 days, he's trying to

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talk to people and get them to come into Islam. And as he's leaving the city is one when is when they lined up on both sides of the road. They had all the Shabaab the riffraff and the people just pelting individual Selim with stones. After the last after last week's class someone asked a question and this is exactly what we're looking for. When you as the listeners start to look into find details and someone actually asked why did they especially aim at the feet of the Prophet solos in the van you can see because we said zayde was the law and was hidden in his head. So they were aiming up down everywhere but mostly they focused on his feet and nourishes were always mentioned

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how his feet were bloodied. So

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it was an interesting question, but I'm sure if we contemplate we can find answers so why do you think they aimed specifically at the feet of the Prophet sessile

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okay for the

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brain.

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Okay, okay. Very good. So Abraham is saying so they can't he couldn't leave. Yeah. For the Shiraz.

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Okay, so they didn't actually want to kill the problem. Obviously they didn't because that would be war for them didn't want to start a war. So didn't want to kill the process them so obviously, it makes sense to avoid the head. That makes sense. But some

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Uh huh, excellent. Unless there's a lot to be done.

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They just throw killer haphazardly because they're kids. Okay, good. So and like a brother, but some was saying that it will be harder for him is that what you said to walk back right? For the?

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Excellent. So So these all these contemplations that we just had in these in this minute, are all very probable and very possible. So we have any, it hurts more like if you if you're hitting with a stone on your shoulder, which is a fleshy part or your thigh, it does not doesn't hurt as much as your ankles or the, the bony part of your foot, or the the metatarsal zone.

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Right?

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So then there's more pain there, then the he stayed with them for 10 days, and they probably during these 10 days, knew that he walked to them walked from Mecca, to pxrf. And they he didn't have a riding animal with him. So he has to walk back now. And the way you can mostly injure someone even, he's hurting on his way back is to hurt he's gonna walk back and you're hurt his feet. very cruel. You see, but they're all possibilities. And we're not going now to to say look, we discovered something new the Muslims in Calgary discovered something new about the CETA. But we're saying these are all possibilities as to why the end mostly for the feet, and I think a lot of them are probably

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well locked on them. Excellent.

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But so then, but what I am saying is that I like that the brother came after the class, and, and he paid attention to that point. So I'm not gonna remember every point I'll miss some of the fine points. And one of you might catch Well, you never explained why this part. So okay, I never thought of that part. Let's think about it now. Excellent.

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And we said now, five kilometres an hour, maybe sausage, lamb, any kind of difficulty you could encounter, he encountered it more. And even if you look at just not really a simple thing, but you know, he had three neighbors, and these three neighbors would throw their garbage into his home. Right? And the rest of them all he would say is how the hell could you or is this? Is this the right of the neighbor, and he would remove the garbage? He wouldn't throw it back? Because I would throw it back. That's how we deal with them. Right? You throw Oh, bring the trash bring all the trash in the house, you know, and then we throw and we wet it first. So it's also and then throw it Yeah. Or

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you let it sit a couple of days in the sun. And all this but and is there any what are the chances do you think, in Muslim history until today? What do you think? Are the chances that someone will have three bad neighbors right next to his house?

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I thought that was rhetorical. But go ahead.

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Thank you. But I am said 50%. And it's

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it's a low probability that any law sometimes will, will test someone with one bad neighbor. And maybe you'll test be tested by two. But imagine all three are bad. If you have all three neighbors, I hate you. Maybe there's something wrong with you. It's a little strange now. But somewhere in the middle, I send them every possible test. He got it worse. Imagine people chasing you for five kilometers, five kilometers. You're going and they're behind you pelting and insulting Pelton and insult. And you wonder at these people, you didn't get bored after the first keela the first kilometer you didn't get bored. Second kilometer still going? Interesting. Notice they're doing a

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distance of 10 kilometers, right. Because they have to come back now.

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Annie, this is incredible, sir. Anyway, so panela so nav, SOS lm then then he went and rested in the the garden of who the sons of robbia unshaven robia, that just a few days ago, when they were laughing He made against them. And they're his enemies sworn enemies. But Subhanallah his situation was so bad that he felt bad for him. His enemies felt bad for him and sent him grapes with their servants at dusk. And this is where enemies I'll send them cried and he made the door that we went over last week. So then a dust comes in the president says Bismillah and so he inquires. Just people here don't say this, these words. And then he asked him what he didn't answer him. He says, Where

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are you? What's your name? And where are you from? He says My name is

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a deus and I'm from nainoa which is we said now it's an airlock and it's in the city of Mosul. And then the post that I'm done, relate something back to his town so it doesn't the city of the righteous man you understood no matter. So he was very surprised. Because you know, if you are from a town where there's a profit from that town you love when people don't know that fact, right? So he shouldn't How do you know you're innocent? No matter

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faces here is my brother, I am a he was a prophet and I'm a prophet. And so our does begin to kiss the hands, the head, and the feet of the prophets, Allah settler. So the sons of robbia, they just sent him to give greater like, you see, look at this, we sent him the boy to give them graves. And now he said, Allah, then he corrupted the boy, you know?

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Then

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this was SubhanAllah. And even after these 10 days, Allah subhanaw taala still gave him this gift of the Islam of others. And the scholars say that is that a deus became Muslim at that point. So

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and then when he goes back, he says, strong word says Master says there's nothing on earth better than this man. Nothing on Earth. Better than this man, he recognized immediately this was a profit from a short meeting. And these people live with him for so long. And they know he's honest, and this and that, and still, they won't believe. So then any of you saw Selim got up to walk back. Right. And I think this is kind of where we stopped. But

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again, I apologize for everyone over here. I have to

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so the person have now got up to walk back and remember now his situation inherit and his feet and how he feels about this whole

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experience.

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And if you saw Selim says,

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He says phone call to you and you wanna

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Well, I don't know what Gianni she's I head out, and I'm just so overwhelmed with Yanni hum, which is worry, what's always in the bee sauce, and I'm worried. He's worried because of a number of things. He stayed in a pie for 10 days. And it was made known, so now koresh probably know that he took his dog outside of the city of Mecca. So now he's very worried that when he goes back to Mecca, remember I will call him just died. He's got no one to protect him. And they're all there now. Specifically angry at him. So what's gonna happen? It's gonna be bad. So the first alum, and 10 days of calling people, no success except for a deus and now he's going back to these people. We're going

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to be infuriated. You left our city tried to get support somewhere else, it might even say and you're trying to get support from another group that's going to come eventually and fight against us in the future. And so they're very angry at this. So when they've exhausted him says, I didn't pay attention until I was at porn at the Olive Garden, and miners will also conduct a Burning Man as well, which is 35 kilometers from a pif. He says I didn't pay attention until I reach God mythology or phenomenology. And he lifted my head and there was a cloud covering me and jabril was on it. And this is narrated in Sahil Buhari.

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So the full narration is that I showed the lawanna she says, I asked the Prophet sallallahu sallam, if they had if he had ever experienced a day worse than a day of God, which shows you how bad it was always weigh against a very bad day. So she didn't know any day worse than art. So she asked him Have you experienced the day worse than a hood? He answered, they had suffered a lot from the mushrikeen. But the most painful was on the day of Aqaba, she's I went seeking support from him up DLL. And then he says, I set out weird and grieved, heedless of anything around me not paying attention to what's around me and where I'm going until I suddenly realize that I was at cordon

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authority. I was also called Cardinal manners in there, I looked up and I saw a cloud casting its shade on me and jabril addressing me, and he says, jabril says Allah has heard your people's words and sent you the angel of mountains to your aid. Allah has the letter. So he says the angel of the mountains and called me and gave me his greetings and asked for my permission to bury Mecca or to sandwich Mecca between Allah chabane the two mountains

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flanking Mecca because you know, mcheza Valley, so there are two mountains flanking it on the right and left. He's saying, seek your permission, if you like, I'll squash them between the two mountains and not an ultimate Allah Moksha so under bizarre Salam says he says he replied Subhanallah looking at it. This is after what is after this

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cruelty and you've injuring him on his feet and of causing him to bleed and chasing him for five kilometers brain.

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It's actually Mecca. Yeah, it's Mecca because the word is going back to Mecca now, and and all these problems are because of Mecca. So he's suggesting he's offering that

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so and as I said, I'm said in reply that I need that but out of a new fridge allow him in a sloppy him may you know be law when OSHA could be shut out.

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call that an individual said him said that I said in reply that I would rather. And I'm hopeful that someone from their loins from their children or offspring would come out worshipping Allah not associating anything with him in worship. And so

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like him in a sloppy him, yeah, but the law should be shaken. Now, a number of things. Notice that this is where we learned, we said, we say the story, but we also want to look at the details. It's interesting that and this isn't in any discussion that you wouldn't necessarily find in the books. But if we just contemplate Why did first of all, one thing at a time. So this is really, it's a great honor, right, when you know that an angel is offering this offer. So imagine you had an enemy here in Calgary, and an angel comes and says, if you like, I'll take care of them for you. Even if you don't want the angel take care of him. You'd be like, not leave him, but you feel really good

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about it. Like, you know, next time you see me, you know, I could have had your whole house crushed. But I left you, you know, you feel good about it makes you feel better. And

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the money you know, I think I would have said yes, absolutely. I want you to crush him between the mountains. Please hook them up like you did with the people of loot, you know, raise them up all the way. smash them down. I want some CGL happening. I want some, you know, rain fire, hook it up, you know, give me a mix. A healthy mix of, you know, but so Poundland maybe saw Selim said no, because he's thinking he's caring. He's a caring. Dahlia. He's a caring prophet. So the Law Center. So

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we said then, so there is a lot, it's helps you a look at that's why the Battle of better the 5000 angels. They were really moral support. True or false? Do a moral support. And I know sometimes, I heard this one speaker who was exaggerating a bit, but he started his clustering, but that has nothing to do with humans. But there is angels. It's not true. It's not true. How many we should have been were killed it but

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70 right. 70. And how many angels were there helping 5000 you're telling me 5000 are gonna are gonna attack an army of 1000. And only 70 will be killed and jabril with the tip. The tip of his finger lifted the whole village up to the first heaven until the angels in the first heaven heard the barking of the dogs and the crying of the roosters, and then flipped down with the tip of the finger. And he has 600 of not finger wing. And he has 600 wings, just with the tip of one. And he told me 5000 angels that can only manage to kill 70 mushrikeen. So the angels weren't there to physically do the work. So but there was a human endeavor and human effort. But the in the 5000

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angels were moral support. And imagine now, they're like 10 punks across the street, and then they're doing something and you need to go and stop them. And you're like, Okay, well, they're 10 and they're big and muscular. But then you you know that if you go to them, there'll be 200 angels with you. You'll cross the street, you won't even look crossing you just walk.

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Support. Yeah, I don't care now. Right. And that's why there's a narration that says the angels and you know, the angels were fighting with swords of fire. And there's a narration that says, we looked at the dead amongst the machine again, after better, and we found notice a few that had burned marks. So the angel only killed a few. So is moral support more than anything? So here this is also great moral support, that you're getting this off, even if you're not going to do it, you feel good now. Allah is with me. And and I think I could have it was it could have had that power to do that. But I chose not to you feel better. So why did he know that? How long does it take you to walk 35

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kilometers?

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I think people walk at the pace of six kilometers an hour. Yes. Okay. So six kilometers an hour. And this is now 35

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of one, six hours of walking. Like why after six hours of walking on on feet that are bleeding and hurting? Hmm. What only after six hours does he get this good moral support and encouragement? What are some possible reasons why it took six hours for the angel to make that offer? First of all was walking, not like he said in the narration so I sell them not knowing where he's going and then after six hours, that he gets this offer from them.

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Uh huh. Is that possible you think is that possible wisdom in that, that perhaps that and if it comes later on, you have time to calm down. You have time to to think you have time to be merciful again, and if the offer comes while you're being pelted.

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Imagine he asked him that, well, he's been torn. We don't know this right. But it was possible wisdoms. We're not making come or rulings and writing a new theater book. But we're saying it's possible wisdom in the delay and there's got to be a reason why it was delayed right. And also there's a test of patience and then maybe saw Selim said was asked, Are you nasty I should do by law, which, who amongst the people I tested the most Carl ambia he said the prophets through Muslims fellow fellow fellow men and nurses and then then it just gets to the next level of demand the next level of Mr. Raja Raja boo, boo boo hospital been the man and obviously applies to the woman will be

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tested based on their their level of Deen level of Imani and Allah is not going to test you with something that will break you. Someone has strong him and he gets a strong test. Someone has Wikimania small little weak test and this are at the mercy of Allah azza wa jal. So the problem is tested difficult tests, okay. And even when the relief comes, the relief comes later. Right? Even with no with loot or a Salah. He's trying to barricade the door and his people are trying to come in and all night. He's trying to prevent them from coming in is very a state of intense tension all night. And the angels, when did they inform him that, that they're angels and everything's gonna be

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alright.

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near future.

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They waited all night, they're letting him suffer.

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And then just watching him. Then they said in a more eloquent sub Elisa sub query isn't super close.

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Isn't federal close by Why don't you? He didn't say Well, yeah, you could have told me this at midnight. I wait till seven in the morning, he told me. He didn't say that, the test he and he comes in. So it's possible also that, again, this is a difficult test for the Prophet sallallahu sallam, because he is from the prophets of Allah. And that's why you was tested with difficulty in all the prophets had a difficult test. It's also possible that after a while, you're more calm and you're more merciful, and you won't make a decision that would be harmful to people told us.

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So excellent brother, Mohammed is saying that. And if

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you got delay in his dog or is being responded to or in offers, or in comfort, then it should be an orphan indication for his followers. And for his own my that everything's will require patience and

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perseverance and so on. So their lessons in that. Excellent. So it's very good contemplations. They're

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late. So now

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and then we saw Selim now is entering this is towards the end of our story of life, and the bisazza lamb is entering into is going to go back into Makkah. And if he enters, he knows that probably irate and very angered with the prophets of Allah. So he needs to get protection from someone that you are, and he's going to take advantage of this system, he's going to get protection from someone. So it goes to a little more here. And a little more later, one of the nobles but he gives him a flimsy excuse to that he's not going to offer the protection. Then he goes to a lawsuit Meanwhile, again, from the leaders of the corporation, and allows also gives him some flimsy excuse this is now

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this is the father of American loss. He gives him some flimsy excuse then

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he goes to auto haven blah, blah. And, and, like, hold on a second now.

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Where am I?

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Oh, yeah, okay.

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Yeah, yes. Okay. So here it says. And it says eight as they're on their way back, they actually I forgot some important things. So on the way back, this is now see Allah subhanaw taala is mercy on the way back from from a pif be stopped and rested in Word de la la. And a great great incident happened there, which is the Islam of the jinn. Right? And the Djinn so the Prosser lamb prayed, and he was reciting Quran and the jinn were amazed and they, the jinn felt that something was happening because before, excuse me,

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the genius to ascend very high up into the heavens until they could hear the decree and things that are going to happen. It's going to rain and displays and things like that. Do you notice after the sending of the prophet SAW Selim, they could not ascend up there except that they will be struck by what we refer to as the shooting star. They'll be struck if they get to

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too high up. So they knew something was going on. So then they heard the prophet SAW Selim reciting the Quran. And they came and he started to gather in numbers, and then zero below. And he said he saw just many men just crowding around in the abyssal Salaam, to the point where I knew I couldn't see any results at all of the gin cane.

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And this is where the gin became Muslim. And this was also another great honor for the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So he came back empty handed as far as humans are concerned. But now the world of gin, heard about Islam and the world of gin starts to enter into Islam.

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So they stayed there for a few days, actually. And then on the way back to the

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surgeon, yeah. And they started saying that I knew that we wouldn't think because the jinn some scholars say that Yani they're, they're not

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that bright, and the craftiest of them is, is a belief needs to lie to them and, and lie against a lot of them. And so these two believe that and this, so it's referring to search engine. So then Zaid, for the low on who he asked the professor said, lamb, how are you going to enter Mecca? And how are you going to enter back into Mecca? This is going to be a problem. You went and tried to give down another city and everything. So individualism tells me as aid in Allah, jar and Lima Torah florigen wa Maharaja, that Allah is going to make for what you see meaning for this situation for this Deen a way out a forage and in ease. And the Maharajah and a way out, well, in Allah Nasir

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ondina, wa,

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more than hidden nebia that Allah subhanaw taala is going to give victory to his religion. And he's going to and give victory to his prophet mother. And maybe Annie

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is harder here is to give victory. Yeah, and he was the hero Mathurin, like in diverse way of hero who Allah de Nicola is the heart is the highest, Leo, Leo. Leo, Leo. And because the horadada the back of the of the rising animal is what is the highest part of it. So when they say you'll hear Oh, yeah, I need you, Leo. Yeah. And it, it gives it he will give it the upper hand or he'll make it ascend over others. And the word is similar to the word back bar, which is the back of the writing animal, which is the highest part, for he's telling him one more little nebbia that Allah is going to give victory to his prophet and give victory to his religion. So it's interesting, this kind of

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confidence. At this time when you still sore and blood is just drying and wounds are still healing. This kind of confidence only comes from a true prophet of Allah, because any other human being if he's not a genuine Prophet, he would think, Okay, this is rock bottom. And I think I'm going to give up this attempt. But a true prophet of Allah only can speak like this. And it's interesting how I need the speech of individualism always comes at a time when you think it's a low, it comes with the high, just like when he was leaving to Medina, and surecav nomadic comes, and he is now fleeing with obika. And there's a price on their head 200 cameras each, and he's telling Soraka How will you feel

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when you've got the bracelets of kisara on your hand, only a genuine prophet can say this, also, like this incident here and also like when they were

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preparing for the buck level hand up, and then the problem hits the rock and the bright light comes in. He says I've been giving the keys to to

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kiss her on to Yemen. It's at a time when tribes are ganging up together to come and attack you. You think it's a low point and the B SOS alum tells him about the high point

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this was why the knowledge known as worthy.

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Okay.

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But why is it that a Navy SEAL I said lamb tried to get the ijarah from a movie era from it also been wild from autumn robbia. Why is he trying to get the production from a mushrik? And not from a Muslim?

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See how much do I have time to discuss this or just the the process a lump? Try to get the protection with the mushrik because if he got it from a Muslim, what do you think would happen?

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It's gonna become a war basically, it's gonna become a battle. So a Muslim is going to come and say I give protection to the Prophet of Allah. Allah. If you touch him, you touch me. Look, oh, yeah, well, let's touch everybody, then let's just end this thing right here. So the problems sought specifically protection from a non Muslim

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and not from Benny Hashem. Because if it's for Benny Hashem, it'll just become all the tribes against Ben Hashem again. But if it's suppose from any group, any not

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any group, any other tribe from

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x. If he gets a reflection from bunny x, if you touch the professor's headlamp, you have now offended both when Hashem because you killed their man. And when he acts because they're giving protection, and you just disrespected them.

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So, so that's the wisdom behind it not being a Muslim or not being someone from Bunny, Hashem.

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So then a because then it would make it a split between believers and non believers. So then, and he didn't go to Benny Hashem also because the next in line after the death of Babel thought it would be a boo will have.

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Is that worth trying? Forget about it. Right? He wouldn't accept. So

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he first contacted the insurer who made an excuse, then who can't give you the wrong names. The first time he counted the lucky I didn't sure I made an excuse. Then he contacted so help number. And he.

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He said, Man, he just gave a flimsy excuses, said we're bunny hammer. And we can give a Jara against bunny cob, so just some flimsy excuse. So then he sent to moto ad ibni from bunny nofit. So multiroom daddy. He's one of the leaders of MK Caswell, and he's one of the three people remember, we mentioned him today from the one of the people that wanted to remove the sahifa number, and one of the six that stood up against the Buddha. So he agreed. And now he's going to make this

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any like, not a spectacle, but he's going to make a big deal out of this. He's going to make it public and it's going to be almost like, like his March or a parade. So he told all his children and his people to wear your weapons and your armor. And they stood and went with the prophet SAW Selim. So now it's like he's getting a procession. So the law send them into the surrounded in a visa system like this, and marched with him into the Kaaba, and then notice what the process of them did the process, then went to the Kaaba, and he prayed to rocket and the Kaabah and then

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like, what's the value? Why Okay, he prayed to look at and then I got up after the store Oh God, so anyways, awesome and pray the Torah God while they're watching and garden, and then and most of them got up and he announced his he's giving the GMR offering the protection to the profits of a lemon Of course you touch him, then you have touched me, and then they marched them all the way home and then they go home. So now the Qureshi knows the process is under the protection of Matan hidden ID

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why the Torah caught anyone

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anyone new?

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Anyone old for them?

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I want

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Excuse me.

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So isn't the harm it's true you can attack anyone there anyways.

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Tada.

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Okay, it's very possible that it shows the reliance on Allah subhanaw taala. That is not just the people that are protecting me but is that it's a last panel to Allah also done.

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Okay, it could be showing gratitude and thanks to Allah coming safe back to Mecca, after all the toxin and a tie for the system.

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Okay, excellent. locker for all these points. And there isn't necessarily a right or wrong answer. One of the things that scholars mentioned is that an after and the college they heard of what happened in life, and they heard that it was not successful. And so the problem is coming back and the first thing that they're going to learn from him is that I'm still the Prophet of Allah. I'm still up on Islam. I'm still praying to Allah xuejun I'm still up on this. I'm still gonna be giving Dawa so the first thing he comes and he prays, because you don't know what they're thinking they might be thinking how lost you know, he felt in Mecca. He went outside and failed there as well. I

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think this is the end of this whole business of under prophet of Allah. He comes first thing when doesn't say a word to look at. So he's still upon that religion of his soul alive. Excellent joking. Look at all your input is excellent.

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Then we've got what, seven minutes or six minutes

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Okay, then

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then the process the length of call. So that was the end of the our journey to life.

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The problem then starts to present Islam to the food to the delegations, the people that come from, for Hajj, different tribes from different parts become and because why does he do this? This is like shortly thereafter he's still under the protection of a multimillionaire ID. But then if you saw said lamb he knows it's not gonna last long, he's intelligent. He knows it's not gonna last long the protection of this man, he's not from the his family and he's not a Muslim and the Quraysh are gonna go to him and complain, look, you give him protection, now he's cursing or they're gonna put pressure and eventually, he's going to stop just like when Donna or Medellin also pronounced when he

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gives a protection to our bunker, he took it back after koresh pressed him. So he's not just relying on this one thing, he's also moving and trying to find something else, he starts to present Islam to the delegations that come up to HUD. Here, there are some really amazing any dialogues that go back and forth really, really worth good analysis, I think they'll probably be after our Israel and marriage class. So next, we can show that slide the Mirage, then the one after that will do the dialogue that happened. And when you look at the dialogue, you really really start to appreciate the unsurpassed, magnificent people that unsub.

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So he knows he won't last long, she starts to present it to other delegations and other groups. And

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this was just a few months after, I mean, the return from a thought if all these issues or these problems, but you find and this is still in me. So Selim still has a home to take care of as four daughters to take care of. And still, or, or maybe three because Ronnie, one is with the man in Abyssinia. But still in the B sauce lm is doing work and still doing double work. And we say that to me. The scholar said from this you do understand that the Daya isn't the one who just has free time on his hands, don't have things just like everyone else. He's got exams, he's got work, he's got bills, he's got kids that he wants to spend time with. And he's got, you know, personal time that he

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wants to have for himself or herself. But they make time. So a lot of people think that dogs are the ones who just have time. That's why they give down and I don't know, they're just as busy as you some are even busier. But they make time for Dawa. And, and this is one thing you learn from this, the problem had obligations and responsibilities, but you always find him able and tie if he stayed 10 days. And then on the way back whether or not they said three a couple of days as well. And then and then is to constantly moving by. So I think we're going to end with this that any and I think I already mentioned this, but for those who weren't here, the process of settling then at this towards

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the end of this period, he meant he marries his second wife in order and that is a law. So they've been to la de la, Sol de la and a number of things that narrations mentioned her age some go as low as 50. But mostly they go from the age possibly she was 55 and the highest.

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NARRATION says she was 65 years old. So anywhere from 50 to 65 years old was her age and she was a big woman. And she was not the she was the only one that was not specifically known for her any exquisite beauty or anything like that. And she was widowed her husband Socrative nombre de la on who died on the way back from Abyssinia. So he was from the people who made the first digital. He died on the way back and she was widowed. And she had no family and no one to take her in. And besides him can just take her in like that. So she entered into f1 she was married by the process she entered into so we learned a number of things. One, this refutes the claim of the orientalist

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that the process lm was motivated by women because a womanizer. And in his work, his first wife wouldn't be you know, how many years older was she 15 years older, and he wouldn't have stayed with and she was twice widowed and she had children. The old doesn't match the profile of a womanizer. And the second wife would be young, she wouldn't be someone that's older. But one of them. The nicest things is that and this what we mentioned before is that the

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the the personality of soldier of the law was just perfect for this time, coming after the ravines coming after the death of Abu Talib coming after a cliff and coming after the death of Khadija. It just comes at the perfect time because her personality was that where she was known for her sense of humor. And this is just such the perfect and is such a perfect time for this woman or the allow her to enter the house of the Prophet. So she was she had a good sense of humor. She was funny and the narrations I showed her the launch to love. You know

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We're gonna hang out with her as they say, after had she would leave early with soda, because soda law and who would seek permission to leave early because she was heavy, she was slow moving. So I should go with her because she loved her company. And you know their narrations of the narration of when she offered the food. So don't allow and then she refused to eat so Ayesha, she, she tells her I'm gonna smear it on your face, if you don't eat and she puts it on her face. Because Elam is laughing, he tells me get get even with her. It, you wouldn't do that unless she had the sense of humor that you could smear it on her. Any, you don't do that with the wrong person right?

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Now you do that with the person you can fool around with like that on who can accept that kind of humor. So she had a good sense of humor. And also there's the narration of one. These two like to scare her on purpose. And there was one time there was this person kept talking about the judge. And they spoke about him so much, they made it look as if he's gonna come out right now. So she went and hid inside like a cabinet or like a closet out of fear. And the prosthetic limb came out and he was laughing at her. And she was laughing at herself as well. There's also the time when she prayed behind the prophets, I said them at night in the hajat. So better be careful. So Priscilla made a

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very, very long video. So see, the next morning she's telling him the sujood was so long, I thought blood was gonna come out of my nose. So I was making sure you're not holding my nose like this and the posters of them with love. So what we're trying to say is that what a perfect time to get a wife with this personality to bring happiness into the home of the Navy SOS alum after the year of sorrow and also because his daughters three daughters house needs to be taken care of, and it's just an excellent time and excellent marriage and so we'll end here in sha Allah be prepared next time we're gonna do they saw me Raj it's amazing and many amazing analysis. So inshallah we'll hope to see all

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So I, just a small announcement,

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a lot of classes,

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a lot of Institute's having the 10th class here in Calgary, and it's going to be January 7, eighth and ninth. And the class is called precious provisions and it's about physical food and clothing. certain questions might pop up like, Can we eat shark even though shark lives in the sea? And we in the Quran says that all meat from the sea is halal. But can we eat shark because shark is a carnivore?

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Other questions like can we eat crocodile meat? Or can we eat frogs, or how we're supposed to dress is silk Haram. These types of questions will be addressed in the course. And it's happening January 7, eight, nine. And the chef is Chef so Cody. He's the Dean of academics with the institute and he's a he has a masters and a PhD in Islamic Studies. And he's going to be here in Shaolin in a week and a half. So if you'd like to attend the course you can talk to myself or brother, Muhammad Hassan, it's $85 it's a whole weekend.

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And you can also get a package with it. Because the one on one conference is happening February 19 and 20th. And the tickets are $25 a person now if you'd like to get the ticket, and the course you can get them for a price of $100 and you save $10 so if you'd like to get the package or more information about the course, you can talk to myself in shallow rather than Zakouma hair Solomonic masala ricotta