Lessons from the Seerah #26 The Hijrah P1

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The history and characteristics of the Islam after the Prophet sall campaigns have been discussed, including the importance of the Bible's promise to settle for a better life and the use of hedge wipes in heat. The speakers also discuss the importance of hesitation and being wary of enemies, as well as the use of hesitation as a means of protecting one's property. The segment concludes with a reminder to be aware of the intrude and its potential consequences.

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We continue with our Friday night halacha on the seerah of our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And so last week, we went through that final meeting that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had with the Onsala.

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And the pledge the BI that he took with them at Aloka in the days of a hedge in the 13th year of the data of the prophethood of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And so now, the Tsar returned to Medina,

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paving the way for the Muslims of Mecca to migrate to their new home.

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And with this, we now turn a new page in the Sierra

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and that is the medina stage of the Sierra.

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And so if we were to divide the Sierra into two, it is usually traditionally divided into the napkin stage and the medina stage. And this is now the beginning of the medina stage of this era of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Now, it's important to note that all of these meetings, these discussions and these pledges with the unsought

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were a prelude.

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Were an introduction to this major event of the Hadron. The Hijra would not have happened without all of that.

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And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not rush

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to migrate.

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You know, when he met the I'm sorry, the first time, even the second time. He didn't tell the Muslims Okay, let's go. Even though they were in a very difficult situation. They were being persecuted life became extremely difficult, but the preparations had to be made.

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And so he did not

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let anyone to migrate until their new home was ready. And the hosts the Onsala we're ready to receive them.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says

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about his new destination.

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And this hadith is found in Sahih al Bukhari and Sahih Muslim. He says, I saw in a dream that I was migrating from Mecca to a land that was rich with deep palm trees.

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I initially thought that it might be the land of a Jana or hedgehog.

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These are two places in the Arabian Peninsula. aliannah is the central part of Arabia. alhaja is the eastern coast.

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So he had initially thought that it was one of these two places because these two places were known for being rich with the palm trees. He says however, it turned out to be yet it turned out to be yesterday.

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And that was the initial name, the original name of Medina.

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam changed this name from an earlier trip after he migrated. He changed the name to El Medina. And the reason for that was

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he wanted to change its identity.

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And so this city as we have mentioned previously,

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it was known for

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bloodshed for warfare.

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The people were fighting one another for years for decades.

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And so it was associated with tribal rivalry with warfare with bloodshed. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam wanted to change the identity of the city. So he changed the name to elementary

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In another Hadith

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narrated by Aisha Radi Allahu Hannah

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and this her

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Deep is founded on Buhari

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said

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I was shown the land of your Hijra

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re to Dora hydrotechnical.

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It is a land with a lot of deep palm trees between two rocky tracks between two rocky tracks.

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And so

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el Medina is surrounded by volcanic rocks.

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These rocks were leftover from volcanoes that had hit the area

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centuries before.

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And these rocks exist until today. If you were to go into the outskirts of Medina you can find that it is filled with these fields of lava rock. I Isha Radi Allahu Han her. She goes on to say when Rasul Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentioned that when he mentioned this, some of the companions started to migrate to Olivia and some of those who had migrated to Abyssinia to a haberdasher.

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They ended up going from there to El Medina.

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She says Abu Bakr started to prepare himself for the migration. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him Take it easy. I am hoping to be given permission.

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Abu Bakr said, Do you really expect that? Do you really expect that Allah will give you permission? And so Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said yes. And so Abu Bakr postponed his journey.

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We all know the personality of Abu Bakr, Radi Allahu Allah.

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He was always in the lead. He was always the first one to do to do things.

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And so he wanted to also be among the first who make Hijra.

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But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted him to stay behind with him, so that he makes his huge rock with Rasulullah sallallahu.

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So this was the beginning of the Hijra.

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A very important event in the Sierra of our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. It was a turning point in Islam.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala revealed several acts in Mecca speaking about hijra,

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and so among these ayat Allah subhanahu Allah says, in Surah two Zoomer

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Kalia ADA dear lady in our

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little arena. We had the dunya Hazara were arugula. He was

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in the manual for Saudi Runa Jerome BYD faceapp. Allah says, say,

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the Allah tells you, oh my servants who believe Fear your Lord.

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For those who do good in this dunya is good, they will have a good reward. And the land the earth of Allah is Spacious.

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Indeed, the patient will be given the reward without account. So here Allah subhanahu Allah says, Oh, the law who asked the earth of Allah is Spacious, meaning that if you are suffering persecution in Mecca, then you can go somewhere else, where you will be able to live according to the deen of Allah.

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If you can't practice your deen where you are, then move somewhere else. And that is the concept of Al Hijra.

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Mujahid one of the Imams of Tafseer he says commenting on this verse, he says, Make Hijra in the land, fight in the way of Allah and stay away from idol worship.

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And atop one of the early scholars of the OMA. He says if you are invited to do a sin,

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then run away, meaning flee, move, migrate.

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And so we should run away from sins by migrating away from those lands in which sins are zUy committed.

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And this is one of the things that they mentioned that if someone is stuck with a certain sin that he cannot escape from, then he should migrate.

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He should leave to a place where he won't be able to easily commit that sin.

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Also Allah subhanahu Allah says in surah tunnel

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will Edina had your roof in LA he lived back in Alima Lubell

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We ended dunya has

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what a jewel, purity Akbar. locale in reality,

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as for those who immigrated in the Cause of Allah after being persecuted, we will surely bless them with a good home in this world in the dunya.

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But the reward of the akhira is far better if they only knew.

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So notice here, Allah subhanahu Attallah is promising those who make Hijra for his sake

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and the ones who have been oppressed,

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Allah promises them that he will settle them

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in the dunya in a good place.

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So what does this mean?

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You know, how could

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there possibly be a better more comfortable place a more comfortable home than your own homeland.

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So some of the scholars have tipsy they say, if we look at the mahadji rune

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they all later on, became readers.

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They became a leader of a state

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or they became a leader of an army.

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And so Allah subhanho wa Taala gave them a better status,

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then in this dunya, than what they had in Mecca.

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So they had nothing to Mecca. And so, look at how ALLAH SubhanA who had to replace for them a better home in this dunya.

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But what does Allah say right after that?

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Well, well, well, I will ask him at UCLA. However, the reward of the hero is better than the reward of this dunya.

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And that's why aroma ribbon, probably Allah

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when he later on became the Khalifa.

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He would give money and he would give gifts to the massage room.

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And he would tell them, This is a gift from you. This is a gift for you from Allah,

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for you in this dunya

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but what Allah has reserved for you in the Euro, is even greater.

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And the element he mentioned, that whoever abandoned something for the sake of Allah, Allah will give him something far better than

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so these verses, along with many other that we find in the Quran, show us the great status of this concept of Hijra in Islam, how it has a huge status and how Allah has praised them will hide your own and those who migrate for his sake.

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there were two ejournals.

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As we know, we previously covered the first hijra, and that was the Hijra to Abyssinia.

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And now we're going to be covering the Hydra to El Medina.

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What was the difference between these two migrations?

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The first difference

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is that the Hijra to Abyssinia was optional.

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It was not mandatory.

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Those who wish were finding it difficult and unbearable to see in Mecca, they had the option to migrate to everything. And we had several of the companions who

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who did that.

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While the majority they remained back in Mecca.

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On the other hand, the Hijra to El Medina was an obligation. It was mandatory. This time no one was allowed to stay behind.

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Everyone had to meet the Hijra to El Medina.

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The only ones who had an excuse for the weak.

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The weak, the oppressed, those who were detained as we're going to see,

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or the ill the sick etc. Besides that no one had an excuse. This is the first difference. The second difference between the two hedgehogs

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when it comes to the Hijra to Abyssinia.

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They went there to flee persecution

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but they did not really become a part of the society.

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They weren't

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they did not become you know nationals.

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Rather, they remain foreigners and outsiders.

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Therefore, their ability to change the society was limited.

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They were more like refugees in Abyssinia. And that's why when they finally left Abyssinia,

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they didn't leave behind that strong of an Islamic impact on the society there.

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And that's why, to this very day,

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Abyssinia, where Ethiopia is not a Muslim country, you know, that presence of Christianity remained from that day until today. Yes, we have a strong presence of Muslims.

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But is it like other Muslim countries where everyone is Muslim? No. And the reason for that was that the Muslims were there not to change that society. They were only guests, and they were there as refugees.

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On the other hand,

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the Hijra to Al Medina was a hijra, to change that society

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was a Hijra to establish the Islamic State and the Islamic community and to rule by the Sharia, and to stand up for the deen of Allah by fighting back those who come in the way of spreading the Dawa. And so, you can see that there is a huge difference between the two migrations

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let us look at

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the first you had your own.

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And so,

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permission was now given

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to make Hijra.

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It's all the Sahaba Radi Allahu anhu, they started making the journey gradually.

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Individuals, as individuals, as families,

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as small groups, but they had to do this secret.

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And so,

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eventually Quraysh they found out what was happening.

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And so this angered them.

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And so they started to increase the pressure and the persecution on the Muslims.

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Whoever they could get a hand on whoever they could lay their hands on

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and persecute and detain and hold him they did.

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And so

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the hostile enemy,

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they did everything that they could to prevent the Muslims from leaving.

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And so they use several tactics and methods.

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Among these methods,

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first of all was

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to separate families

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to divide families

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to separate

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a woman from her husband, a child from his parents.

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So the best example of this is the story of selling out of your Walkman.

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home seller machineries.

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We came back from Abyssinia

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and so she was one of the migrants who went to Abyssinia. She says we came back from Abyssinia

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and my husband wanted to go to Abyssinia again. However, he heard that Medina was the new destination for Hijra

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and that there are some Muslims there.

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So he decided to take his family and go to El Medina.

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So he mounted me on a camel and he put my son on my lap, and we were ready to leave Mecca.

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She says,

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But then my family came to me.

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And they said to me, we're not going to allow you to go with your husband.

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We're not going to allow him to take you

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with him to that foreign land.

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And so they pulled me away from my husband

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when Benu Al Asad

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Benwell acid are the family of

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Abu selama

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so her in laws

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She says when my in laws saw that, they stepped in.

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And they said, Well,

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we're not going to allow you to take the child.

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The child belongs to us.

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The child belongs to us, she says.

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And so they got into a fight.

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They started pulling the child until his arm broke. But finally they took him. And so Ben will assert the family of Abu salah. They took their son

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from them.

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And so now you have Abu salah,

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separated from himself. And they're both separated from, from WHO? From their son.

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And so, Abu Salah Mirage,

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he ended up making Hijra all by himself.

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While I'm selama

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and selama, remained in Mecca, but separate.

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From Selma, she says,

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I would go everyday in the morning

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to the outskirts of Mecca, and sit on a rock and cry for hours. And I would do this on a daily basis.

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And this continued for a year.

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Imagine this woman all by herself,

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missing her husband, missing her child,

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you know, completely devastated.

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And so she says,

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one of the Benwell Mahira, one of my relatives,

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he saw the condition I was in.

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And so he said to my family, will you not have any mercy, any sympathy on this woman,

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allow her to go and join her husband.

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So they finally agreed, and they told him selama you are free to go.

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You are free to go and join your husband if you wish.

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Now, when the family of Abu selama Ben said, when they heard about this, they went to Selma and they handed over her son to her and they said to her now you can go and join your husband.

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So I'm selama robiola who had her she picked up her son and she mounted her camel. And she started making her journey to Medina all alone.

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She had no one with her

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when she reached an aim,

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and this is a few kilometers outside of Mecca. Today it is

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a part of the suburbs of Mecca.

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She says when she got there, but noble man from Quraysh. Man even told her

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he saw her.

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And when he saw her, he said

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yeah, I've been a B omega O daughter of Romania.

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Where are you going? Where are you heading? She said I'm going to Medina.

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So he asked, Do you have anyone accompanying you?

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So she said, No. I have no one besides a lot and This child of mine.

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So he said, in that case, I will accompany you. And so it's not appropriate for you to leave to leave you alone on this long journey to El Medina.

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This man had been told her he was not a messiah.

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He was a mushrik

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at the time,

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but he saw this woman

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and he felt sympathy for her and you wanted to help her out.

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And so on Selma, she says,

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I swear. I have never been in the company of any ever more noble than him.

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She explains what he did on this journey. She says

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whenever we would make a stop.

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He would make my camel to kneel down and then he would move away until I had dismounted.

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Then he would leave and sleep under a tree far away from me.

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The next day in the morning, he would bring my camel, prepare the saddle,

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and then he would call me to come and mount and then we would leave. We would continue our journey.

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When I was on the camel, he would come back and then he would guide me through this journey.

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She said, he continued doing that, until we reached the outskirts of Medina

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and we could see Koba in the distance. Koba was a small village. In those days, it was a small village outside of El Medina.

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She says until we could see Cobra in the distance, he pointed to cobra, and he said, See that village over there, that is where your husband is.

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And so that's where Abu selama was staying at the time. The Maha JRun initially when they were making their hijra, as soon as they arrived, they would see in Cuba,

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they will stay in Cuba, and then they would move into El Medina.

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And then he said, as man, it will pull her he said, Now you are on your own.

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And then

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he would leave his she says he left he returned back to Mecca.

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And so on Selma, she comments on this saying, I know of no family in Islam who suffered like that of Abu salah.

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And I swear I have never had a more noble companion

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than northmen, even

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referring to his nobility,

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the kind of man he was,

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as we see in the story.

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And so she says this because she was extremely impressed by him, even though imagine, even though there was this animosity

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and enmity between the Muslims and the non Muslims, and he was on the side of the non Muslims. And so for Earth man even told her to go out of his way. And to accompany

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a Muslim woman who is leaving Mecca. This was a big no, no, you were not supposed to do this. You were not allowed to do this.

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And so you're not you were allowed to leave McDowell for Medina.

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And so imagine him helping someone to do that as a mushrik. And so he went out of his way and helped. He helped her in this noble way. And so she was impressed by it. And she appreciated it. Now, it's mine had been told her

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he would lead her on, become a Muslim,

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after most of the prominent members of his family had been killed in the Battle of oil.

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And so he embraced Islam after the soul, well, who they be.

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And what's interesting to know also is that arithmatic

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was from the family of the keepers of the key of the cabin.

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And so Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam kept the keys with them with his family.

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And the keys are still with them until this very day.

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until this very day, the family of blew up the door out the door.

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And so this was among the tactics, the methods used by kurage to prevent the Muslims from migrating to Almaty. The second method that they used was

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detaining and kidnapping,

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detaining people

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and even going as far as kidnapping them from Medina and bringing them back to

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Burma or the one.

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He says

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when we decided to make hedgerow to El Medina,

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I agreed with a Yash ibn Abi Robbia and his sham an eternal house

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to go together to Medina.

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So we set an appointed time to meet at a place called setif. It was a valley outside of of Mecca. He said we said to each other we agreed that if morning comes

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and any of us is missing, then that means that this person has been detained in Macau.

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And so we should just go ahead without him

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He says morning King

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and Hisham Ibn Allah's did not show up.

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And so Rama kebab and I Yash even have your Obeah we're on their own.

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And so

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they left on their Hijra until they reached Medina

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Abuja Hill

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happened to be the half brother

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of a Yash in a B Robbia.

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They were brothers from their mother.

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And so Abuja when he found out that I Yash had migrated to El Medina, his half brother,

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him and his other brother Al Harith Ibn Hisham, Bucha. Hill and his brother went all the way to Medina

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to bring a Yash back with them to Mecca.

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So they reached Medina

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they told her Yash

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that look,

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your mother

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has made an oath

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that she will not comb her hair.

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And she will not take shade in the heat of Mecca.

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Until you come back.

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She will remain under the hot sun of Metka and she will not comb her hair until you come back.

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I Yash was immediately affected by what he heard.

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This is his mother. And who's telling him this not some stranger,

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his own brother from his mother

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Abuja Hill and his brother and his brother.

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And hi.

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And so we're gonna have Bob he was listening.

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And he said to Ayyash look,

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these people want to deceive you.

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They want to lower you and take you back. It's a trick. Don't fall for it.

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As for your mother, when her hair is filled with lice, she will cope.

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And when she feels the severe heat of the sun of maca she will take shade to worry about her.

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Forget about it. Do not go with them.

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I'm gonna have Bobby says.

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He says I am not one who tricks others who disease who deceives others nor do I allow anyone to trick me.

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Oh model the Allahu Allah. He was a smart man. He was intelligent. He never used to fall for for deceptions and tricks.

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However, I Yash he was now feeling sorry for his mother.

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And Omar Abdullah when he was not able to do anything about it, he was not able to convince him.

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And so I actually said I have to go.

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I have to make my mother to break her oath.

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And also he added to this he said, I have wealth I have some money that I left behind. This is a chance for me to go and get my money.

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And so Rama Rhodiola when he said to him,

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by Allah, you know, the I am one of the richest men of men of courage.

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I am willing to give you half of my money don't worry about the money. Take half of mine.

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Just go

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and do not go with them.

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It didn't work. And so I Yash in Abu Dhabi decided that he was gonna go with them.

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No more of the Allahu and he said to him look.

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If you insist

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that at least take this camel of mind with you.

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This camel is fast. It's strong. It's easy to deal with. If you ever feel suspicious on this journey, that runaway

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and so are ya shipping via

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Abuja Hill

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and inherited in Asia. They are now on their way back to Mecca.

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Everyone has their own car.

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Along the way.

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Abuja hill starts to complain about his camera.

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See what oh

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horrible camel. This is you know, it doesn't listen. It is slow. It's difficult to deal with. He says to a Yash

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Can you please switch camels with me for for a while.

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And so, I guess being the nice man he was, he said sure.

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And so they agreed. And so now they stopped the camels in the middle of the desert.

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And they made the camels to kneel down. As soon as the camel of Ayyash got to the ground.

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Both men attacked a Yash

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they jumped on him.

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And they tied him and they took him back to Mecca as a prisoner.

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So when they got back to Mecca,

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the portrait him to persecuted him

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to the point where he eventually apostate it, he left his house.

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And the same thing happened to

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his sham YBNL house, the third partner who was supposed to leave with a rumor, it will help Bob and I Yash and who did it end up showing up to their meeting spot in Mecca. The same thing happened to him. He was detained. And you know, it caused him to apostates because these men they had given up hope everyone had left for for Medina, they had made hijra, and they remain behind and they thought that's it. You know, what should we do?

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And they were under severe persecution and torture.

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Now, no more of the Allahu Han he says.

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We used to say among ourselves,

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the whoever stayed behind in Mecca,

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and was pressured by the disbelievers until he apostate it. Allah subhanahu wa Sahana will never forgive them. This is what we used to say among ourselves. These were a people who recognize Allah, they believed in Allah. And then they flipped to cover just because of a Bella just because of a calamity that befell them.

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He says, this is the understanding that we had, he says, and that was also the understanding that was going around among those people who remained behind him.

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You know, this was the same understanding that they also had.

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And so they felt that they had lost all hope. And that's it. Once you have left Islam, there is no way for Allah to forgive you.

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And so that was their common understanding for a while.

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Oh my God, Allah Who says until Rasul Allah, he said the longer it was cellmate Hijra to MIDI

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and received the following revelation.

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Kalia, either the lady in a sort of ohana and to see him talk or not own a Rahmatullah in Allah Hills the route to the Jamia in the law in who who will have a photo Rafi will enable it out of the conversely moolah will cuddly T accumulate bada boom, mela to saloon But Santa Ana Rebecca will agree to Kamala Agha, Google and to Natasha.

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Say that Allah says all my servants who have exceeded the limits against their souls, do not despair. Do not lose hope in Allah's mercy, for Allah certainly forgives all sins. He indeed is the all Forgiving, the Most Merciful. Turn to your Lord in repentance and fully submit to Him before the punishment reaches you.

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Then you will not have any help follow the best of what has been revealed to you from your Lord, before the punishment takes you by surprise while you are aware.

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Komodo the Allahu Ahad as soon as he heard these verses, he wrote them down.

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He wrote them down and he sent them to Mecca to his sham liberal house.

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One of those who was detained in Mecca.

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He shall he says, I received this letter and I opened it. And I would go to a valley to work outside of Mecca. And I would read these verses and I would read them again.

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I would reread them and I would read them repeatedly.

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And I would do this for a few days. I couldn't understand

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What these verses meant, and I would ask Allah to make me understand what they meant, until finally, Allah subhanahu wa Donna, he opened up my heart and allowed me to understand what these verses were saying, I understood that these verses were revealed, talking about us

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that no matter what you do, Allah will forgive you, as long as you seek forgiveness. So no matter what happens, even if you stayed behind, even if you were put under pressure until you apostate it, you still have a chance. And so you should not give up a sham liberal house. He says,

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I asked Allah to forgive me, I mounted my camel. And then I went to Medina.

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And the same thing with a Yash, an OB, probably.

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So this was among the methods that Qureshi would use to prevent people from making Hijra.

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The third method was financial pressure.

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Those who had money,

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they tried to bribe them, they tried to take their money. And so So hey, roomie Radi Allahu Han

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was one of the foreign slaves who ended up in Mecca. He was not from Mecca. He was a slave who ended up coming to Mecca. He ended up embracing Islam early on. And he also ended up becoming freed.

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And when he became freed, he entered into business, and he amassed a lot of wealth.

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And so when the call for Hijra was made,

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he was determined to be among those who leave for the Hijra.

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But when kurage found out, they came to him. And they said to Him, we will not allow you to leave with your wealth.

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You came to Mecca in a state of poverty, you were a slave, you had nothing. And then you became rich here.

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You think that we're going to allow you to live with this money?

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And so what was his response?

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So hey, probably Allah who I said to them,

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if I leave my wealth behind, will you let me go?

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So they said yes. And so he left all of his wealth.

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Every coin everything that he had, he left it behind, and he migrated to Medina. When Rasul Allah, He said, Allahu Allah, He will sell Sallam heard about that. He said, Robbie has to Hey, Robbie.

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He said, So hey, indeed, has profited.

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So he indeed has profited. Don't think that he has lost know he has won.

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And that is indeed the true success as we're gonna see.

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In the end,

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all of the Muslims of Mecca

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who are now from now on they will be referred to as the MaHA judo.

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They had left mecca for Medina,

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the only ones who remained behind now we're rasool Allah, He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, along with Abu Bakr and Ally Radi Allahu Anhu

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along with whoever could not leave, either because they were being detained or they were sick,

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or they were too weak

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to make that journey.

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And so this was a story of the Hijra of the companions to El Medina.

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Let us quickly go through some of the lessons that we learned

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from this episode in this era of Rasulullah sallallahu. Early was the first lesson that we learned

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is the importance and significance of Hijra in Islam.

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Allah legislated Hijra as a means of protecting one's Eman.

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This is the primary reason why Hydra was legislated.

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And this was well understood by the sahaba.

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They clearly understood that this is why Allah was now allowing us to migrate to Medina

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after life as a Muslim became difficult to difficult to bear in Makkah. And so the fear was if we continue living like this,

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if we persist in living like this under this persecution under this torture, it

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will cause many of us to abandon our email.

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And so they understood clearly that this was

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Allah subhanho wa taala, allowing them to protect their email. And so likewise, Hijra will continue under similar circumstances until the last day

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as Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam mentions in a hadith that HYDRA is something that will continue until

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until the sun rises from the west.

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under similar circumstances, wherever Muslims are living under persecution, where they cannot openly practice their Deen Hijra is legislated for them.

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The second lesson that we learned

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is that when Eman settles deep in the heart, it becomes impossible for a person to put forward anything at the cost of their Eman

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even if it is something dear to them, as dear to them as their family, as dear to them as your wealth.

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And so, Abu salah, Marathi, Allahu Allah, He did not cave into the pressure when he was forcibly separated from his wife and his child.

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He continued on his hijra, he didn't say, I'm going to stay back.

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This is his wife,

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his child.

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He continued on that journey. Why? Because his Iman was more valuable to him than even

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the most dearest of people to him in this in this world.

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And so by doing so, he was victorious. He was victorious over the enemies of Islam. Because the only reason why they did that was because they thought that maybe this will make him to change his mind.

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But it did. And so he was victorious.

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Likewise, so Hey, bro, the Allahu

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even though he experienced poverty,

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and a rough life, he was a slave.

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And then

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he made a lot of money.

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He started living a comfortable life, you would think that he would appreciate wealth.

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And he wouldn't exchange it, to go back to living a rough life.

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And he wouldn't

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be able to bear living without that money because he knows what it's like to live without money.

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And in a state of poverty.

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You know, he knew what it was like to be poor, and to live with less and to, you know, to live in a state of hardship. Yet he was willing to sacrifice everything that he had

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for the pleasure of Allah. And so it is said

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that the verses were true Bacara was revealed regarding him where Allah subhanahu Adalja says, What meanness me yes, sure enough, sir, who immature law I'm about to last longer open. And there are among people, those who would sell their lives

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for Allah's pleasure.

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The third lesson that

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ALLAH SubhanA who had to add a will always make a way out

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for the people of Taqwa

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for the people who are conscious of Allah, for the people of Eman for the people who put their trust in Allah.

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When they put their trust in Allah, Allah will not abandon them.

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As Allah subhana who had to Anna says were made yet Killa Johanna who Maharajah Whoever fears Allah Allah will make a way out for him.

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himself Mr. Ravi Allahu Hannah.

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She was determined to make that long and dangerous journey

00:49:26--> 00:49:29

in the middle of the desert, all by herself.

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What made her to do that? It was her Iman.

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She put her trust in Allah. Allah did not abandon her. Allah subhana who had to add a center someone who would accompany her who would take care of her in that long journey. So this is how Allah subhanho wa Taala

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takes care

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of his believing servants.

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We also learn in

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The story

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you know, the personality of Ruth man in Impala.

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We see his Phaedra.

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And how he acted,

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you know, showing that his fitrah was alive in his heart. Even though you know there was this enmity between the Muslims and non Muslims,

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his fitrah outweighed that enemy, the enmity.

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And so, it was this fitrah that eventually led him later on to embrace Islam.

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The fourth lesson that we learned

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is to beware of the enemies of Islam.

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Or Yash, even of your Obeah

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he trusted a Bucha hell of all people, how could you trust such a person?

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And so

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in this is a lesson for us.

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Do not let the sweet words and the nice talk of the enemies of Allah to sway you.

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Some of us are naive.

00:51:12--> 00:51:15

We hear a nice comments

00:51:16--> 00:51:17

here and there.

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We hear something from this politician from that politician.

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And then we fall in the trap. Beware,

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someone who has a long track record of fighting Islam and oppressing the Muslims. Their record should speak for themselves.

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We should not be tricked, we should not be deceived.

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Or Marathi, Allahu Allah. He did not allow this plot of Abuja had to pass on him. He knew

00:51:54--> 00:51:59

and he told him, I Yash europea do not believe in them.

00:52:00--> 00:52:04

They are lying. They are trying to deceive you.

00:52:05--> 00:52:07

You know, your mother Don't worry about her.

00:52:09--> 00:52:21

When she has lice filled in her head, she will comb her hair. When she feels the intense heat, she will take shape. You know no one can survive in that heat.

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And so

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who should be careful? This is a lesson that we learned from this. Allah subhanho data says Allahu Allah will be added.

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Allah knows best who your enemies are.

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Allah knows who our enemies are. And Allah has made it clear in the Quran, who our enemies are, he has told us

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and that is why we need to beware.

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We should not fall in the trap. We should be careful, we should, as Allah subhanho data says,

00:52:58--> 00:53:01

you have levena Ave who hit the rock bottom

00:53:02--> 00:53:06

or you believe be cautious. Don't be naive.

00:53:07--> 00:53:14

Don't fall into the tricks and the deceptions of the enemies of Israel.

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The fifth lesson that we learned

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the great concern or model the Allahu Han showed for his brother in Islam.

00:53:23--> 00:53:33

First, he tried to persuade him from going back with Abuja to Mecca. When he sensed danger.

00:53:35--> 00:53:37

He offered his advice.

00:53:38--> 00:53:43

Then, after he saw it wasn't working. He offered half of his wealth

00:53:45--> 00:53:46

to his brother in Islam,

00:53:47--> 00:53:52

because he sensed some real danger. And this was his brother.

00:53:53--> 00:53:59

Then, after even that didn't work, he said, If you insist, than take my camera

00:54:00--> 00:54:11

you know, he even gave up one of his prized one of his, you know, valuable modes of transportation. Today, what would be our best cars?

00:54:13--> 00:54:14

He gave up all of that.

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Did it stop there now? Imagine

00:54:20--> 00:54:26

even after he left, and even after he fell into the danger that Romo Viola who had had sensed

00:54:28--> 00:54:30

that didn't make him to have

00:54:32--> 00:54:35

any animosity or any grudges in his heart for his brother.

00:54:37--> 00:54:42

He didn't say look, he didn't listen to my advice. Look at how stupid he was.

00:54:44--> 00:54:44

You know?

00:54:46--> 00:54:47

Instead, what did he do?

00:54:48--> 00:54:52

As soon as those Ayat were revealed? Talking about them.

00:54:54--> 00:54:59

He immediately wrote them down and sent them to him in Mecca.

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This was a concern he had.

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And this shows us

00:55:06--> 00:55:15

the bonds of Islamic Brotherhood that existed among the sahaba. They were tighter than

00:55:16--> 00:55:18

the bonds of blood.

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The sixth lesson that we learn is the vastness of Allah's forgiveness.

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As Allah subhanho wa Taala mentioned in those ions, Kalia Lyra Surah fu Allah and fusuma tokonoma Rahmatullah

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in Nila Hills if you don't know about Jamia in the who who will afford on Rahim. Allah is the all forgiving, no matter what you do, never give up. Ask Allah to forgive you. Even the greatest sin, which is *. If a person sincerely repents from it, and goes back to Allah, Allah subhanahu wa to Allah would forgive it, but with the condition with the condition that it is done, before the punishment of Allah arrives, because Allah says in these are yet to turn to him

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to turn to Him,

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cobbler to colada before the punishment comes to you, and so you need to do it before it is too late. As long as you turn to Allah, Allah will be there to forgive you. Don't look at how huge Your sins are. Don't look at how many years you spent in a life of sin.

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But rather look at the mercy of Allah and His forgiveness. The final lesson that we learned

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is dark

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and glutinous Zilla

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when Muslims are afflicted with the calamities

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it is legislated to make dua in our Salah for them. And so Abu Huraira Ravi Allahu Han he narrates and this hadith is found in our Buhari the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he made the hedgerow

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he did not forget about those who are who are left behind in Mecca and who are being persecuted. He would make dua Abu Hooray robiola, who says when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would rise from the last Rock Island say semi Allahu Lehmann Hamidah he would make to Al collude. And he would mention those companions by name. So he would say Allahumma ng i Yeah shipping at the Robbia Allahumma N G al Walid will Willie Allahumma ng selama in Asia. Allah Hoon Angela Mr. Davina Amina meaning Allahu Mosh Goodwater attack Allah muda Allahu Allah see Nina Cassini use of our save a gash in Abu Dhabi. Oh Allah save annually dividend will lead or Allah save the week people among the

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believers. Oh Allah be hard on the tribe of Moodle, oh Allah inflict years of drought upon them, like the years of drought of use of it has Salam. So from this, we learn that whenever and wherever Muslims are being persecuted, then we should make dua for them. And this is known as collude and asila.

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And so we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to protect the Muslims wherever they are, and those who are being persecuted wherever they are, to deliver them and rescue them and keep them safe. With that we come to the end of this session. And we will see you all next week. Beautiful night Allah Subhana Allah who will be Hambrick shredwell

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sulfuryl koa Tobu Lake, WA salatu salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh