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So glad to hear somebody learn Alameen wa salatu salam, right I should have been a me with Mussolini and Muhammad

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sallallahu alayhi wa ala he will say we'll send them to Stephen

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farmer who to continue with our

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series of lectures on the sphere of Salam we

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and the point of the battle over HUD, which was one of the

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three major battles that were fought before

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the opening of Makka Pakka. The first was the Battle of mother's second was the Battle of record. And the third one, which we'll come to in due course, was the Battle of Eliza, the Confederates or also called the Battle of sunblock, the Battle of the Trench, because this was a new

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new tactic in defense that the items are never seen or never used. But it was introduced at the suggestion of Salman Farsi

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and we can be confidential

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so in the Battle of

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the beginning, Roscoe Salem held a sword he held his sword in his hand and he said,

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who will take the sword from me?

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Mesa volunteered but as soon as salams didn't give it to them, he said who will take the sword along with its rights

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the Sabbath said What are its rights jasola And he said to strike the enemy with it until it bends

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now he's talking here about bravery in battle, he's talking about not running away from battle not running, not running away from the challenge. So one of them I will do Jana are the alarm who came forward and he said jasola setup I will take with his rights. So as soon as salaam gave it to him, then I will designer took out a red headband and tried it around his head and then he began strutting you know, like the sort of stylized walking like this kind of thing

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with the sword between the two lines between the

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the Muslims and the footage, and then there and they help us

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in there, Safa Villa Valley, he writes in his syrup, that also sallam said, that is a way of walking, that Allah would have done a dislikes, except in circumstances like this. So I was gonna, the Atlanta was doing it for a reason, in that time in place before a battle,

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before the enemy, the object of that was to

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do to give confidence to his soldiers and to,

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you know, the opposite of that, for the enemy soldiers. So, I'm said that as a normal way of walking, which is walking with pride and arrogance, all the symbols of right now is, is haram. It's not, not permissible. A Muslim walks with strength, but with humbleness.

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Allah subhanaw taala mentioned this in the Quran as well, where he said that they work with humbleness,

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with strength, and not not with arrogance. And I will say Jana proved his claim of

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fulfilling the rights of the sword. And when he went into the fighting, he literally cleaved the bat path with it with a sword through the middle of the, of the enemy

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of the law in the way

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the land was such that there was a man among the muzzle again was a great warrior. And he was also known to be a very cool kind of man, he never spared any I mean, he wherever he, you know, he dealt with the Kilda

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then he met up with Jana who killed and similarly there were many such

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such incidents, cabin medic, also rightly so he said he saw a Muslim and his enemy fighting the enemy was bigger and better armed. The Muslim then struck him on the shoulder and went through the body

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and the salt came out.

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Near is tight. So he went through the entire body crosswise and then he

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got hit, I'm covering his face, he was the face was covered in like a cup.

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And you said to cabin Malik, how about that car? I am. So Hamdulillah you these are, you know, times of battle and the Muslim short and

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their bravery and they showed that

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they're also their

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martial ability, their ability with

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the courage this all of this not just Amazon alone but the the way that first wave of attack went and so on.

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It routed the courage and the college well known flight.

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One of the dark they were the standard bearers of the Quraysh. The previous night. I was volunteered to them you are in charge of our banner ad, but

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men will only fight for flags. So either you hold the banner up or you give it to us, and we will relieve you of the responsibility. Now obviously the bonobo Darwin are furious with this and they said Tomorrow you will see how we will behave. Murray will see how and they stood up to their promise. Seven of their men died one after the other, holding up the banner Finally, one of the Abyssinian slaves

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held up until both his arms were severed. And then he said Have I done my duty and then he then he felt the courage were obviously clearly losing the battle and they started to to flee. Allah subhanaw taala mentioned this and he said what are called sadaqa como la who was the who is the host Sona whom the evening he had it for sheltam Wattana as Phil amor what our site on mimbar the Moroccan mud hipbone men calm my you read or Dounia woman calm may read Will akhira some sort of a cool man whom Leah will tell you whom wala called alpha and Kumala, who Lou for been alerted me

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a lot about that I said into the lightning round.

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The detail ban of sort of the Battle of heart is in SOTL, Allah, Allah, Allah Hadera did indeed fulfill his promise to you, when you were killing your enemy, with his permission until the moment you lost your courage, and you fell to disputing about the order, which is the order of a saucer Salam which we will come to in a minute and disobey. And after he showed you that Allah subhanaw taala showed you the booty which you love among you are some that desire this world and some that desire you're after, then he Allah Subhan Allah that I made you flee from them fleeing from your enemy, that he might test you. But surely, he forgave you and Allah is Most gracious to the

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believers. So, initially, the Muslim has won the battle at Rohan and Allah subhanaw taala confirm this. Then however, the archers disobeyed also the Salah as I mentioned in the last

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last class, and if you will, and you must go when you go to Medina then go to the mountain or how that is the only material thing that remains, which Rasul Allah salAllahu Alaihe Salam looked at where he walked on, he sat, and he was back to the bounds of a hug. And he said that this aha, this mountain loves us and we love the mountain, it's not a matter of a rock loving somebody. So question of, of love, in a sense of, of Allah subhanaw taala as creation and features. So are these the is the only physical thing that remains which

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which has the data or the

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the signs and symbols and the

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which has the the effect of the back of the physical presence of Rasulullah sallallahu. So of course, there wasn't an hour Sharif is there and then the other al Karim is there and these are all of course, obviously they weren't just saying in other things, this is so go there, when you go there, you will see when you go to the graves of the shahada, what you will see there is a hillock which is, which is a little way away from from a heart and there is a passage between the two between the monitor of a hug and this and this healer. And that's what I sell. I've had placed archers, now on that HELOC there were 50 of them. You bless 50 arches there and the last class I

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told you the kind of instructions you give them there's very clear instructions he said do not move no matter what happens you see the vultures taking away our bodies and eating of our bodies don't move and if you see as we see all the booty and the bounty and it was either the enemy is routed still do not move until I send a messenger to you and this there could be no instruction clearer than that. But

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but we'll see what happens now. So initially, this then the archers disobey. So when they saw the Muslims gathering booty and they

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saw the Quraysh running.

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They wanted to go down and join them their lead

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Abdullah in Dubai,

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he reminded me he said, This is exactly what wrestlers are selling predicted. And this is what he told us. And this was the order of the novelist. And he said, do not move, no matter what happens, no matter what you see, do not move from this place until I send a messenger, the messenger does not come. So stay here, don't move, but 40 Out of the 50. They mutinied, and they left, right. Now think about this. And see how this applies to us today. We the whole purpose of all these lectures is I'm not saying anything new to pick up any book of Syrah and you will have all of this, I didn't invent any of these, I don't get why I'm nothing new that I have to tell you. My contribution in this for

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myself primarily and for you is to try to link this with our daily lives. So what is it that we learn from this narrative? And what we learn from the narrative is the way we treat the orders and commands of Rasul Allah, he's.

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So what was the problem with how they treated his command? The problem was that the people who left there they didn't say that as soon as I said, I did not say this, right. They didn't say the report is false. They said, Yes, he said that, but it doesn't apply now. Now, that was a basic fundamental thing. Although he was he was absolutely clear. He said, even if you see the people, the enemy is routed, still don't move. So we need to how can somebody say doesn't apply anyway, that was the logic they said, the command applied, as long as the battle was being fought, but the battle is over. Right? The battle Oh, people have run away, there is no enemy that we can see here. People are

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getting the booty. And if we don't go down, and if we don't grab something, we will be left without any any booty. And these are people. These were not this was not a professional, trained army. These were not soldiers on a Saturday. These were skirmishes, these were tribal warriors. In those days, using our weapons was a basic skill that every

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every person learned. I mean, it's not only men are the men and women, they both learned how to use weapons, because these were dangerous times. Number one, number two ready

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was a time honored tradition of the of those days, right, you're talking about the sixth century. So reading,

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and it is not only the Adams, this was across the world at the time, and for centuries later, for one tribe to read another tribe for one country to read another country, and grab booty and so on. It happened all over the world, including in continental America,

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you know, the Native American tribes, they would read, this was how the,

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their young men prove their mettle. By by the race and how they

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you know, they had different ways of showing up in some some collective scalps in this country, in intercontinental America, in other countries, they didn't correct scalps, they corrected heads, or whatever, they did that, but the point is that in Africa, all over the places, this is what this was a time ordered on a tradition of reading. So they would read they would,

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they would grab cattle, they would take the women and the women would be would come to this tribe and you know, they would bury them and have children. So, those women became part of this tribe. And the men of course, who was there, who who got killed, got killed who escaped to escape. So, this was this was these were not safe times. So obviously,

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you have to be prepared for any eventuality and therefore, being able to use weapons and being able to fight was a was considered to be a life skill. And people learned that So, everybody knew it. And in these cases when they were reading, so this was a this was like a conscript thing. Now, what was the gain from this obviously like in a raid it was it was booty it was the aneema was the god so here was a case where enemies routed people are

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after the possessions of the enemy. And these people they said, we know the we are not denying the order resources salaam but it doesn't apply anymore. And so they left and they went, now think about this.

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Is it this will how we treat the orders of rasa Sasaram today, don't be don't many of us, don't we say that is true. And we don't deny the order but you know, different times different places, different geographies, different countries, different culture. And that order was good for the time. It doesn't apply anymore.

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Some of us may not actually say that in so many words out of out of the rest

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bid for the promise of settlement is good. But our actions prove the opposite our actions are as if we are seeing it in so many words. And that is something which is really worth thinking about and saying that if my actions are going to

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give the game away, or what is in my heart, then before Allah subhanaw taala, it's only action which God so we have to be serious about that. So 40 out of 50 left now, this was exactly what Khalid bin Walid,

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who later on became Muslim. And it could have been, these were the two commanders of the cavalry of the of the forage, and they were behind that behind

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or hidden from the view of the archers, and they had not joined the battle, because the archers were on that hill, because they would have had to pass through that the pass between the two hills, and that would be lethal because you had archers on the hill. And if the cavalry charged to that and they will be decimated, so they they couldn't take the risk, but the moment they saw the archers leaving that was like, you know, prayer come true for them. And Khalid bin Walid and Nkrumah when I will lead their cavalry

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through that pass, and they attack the Muslims now the Muslims were busy

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with the with the booty. They didn't see this coming. So this can they came from the back.

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Cavalry or infantry is death, right, it's dead.

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There is no way that infantry can go. I don't think there's any case

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except for one or two of the battles between the in the

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100 year war between the British and the French. There are a couple of very famous battles where cavalry was uncovered is Armored Cavalry the Abuja hell and it crema economic

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recovery was not there was not armored. They had their usual armor, but they were not armored as in the sense of the French knights that were completely encased in steel. But the British defeated them not with infantry, but with archers. It was the English longbow, which did the job and

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completely destroyed the French knights and but that these are exceptions, and it was again archers. So here archers were out of the out of the case, this was just inventory. And that inventory also was busy with with the booty and the cavalry decimated them. They came from the back and this was like the worst nightmare come true. Cavalry or infantry is I mean, it's a sign and sealed

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sign and sealed case. And to topple that what happened was that when the cavalry came, and when they heard the cavalry charges, the Horatio are running away they talked about so now the Muslims got caught between the devil and the deep blue sea. So they are the poorest cavalry on one side and they had the forage infantry who turned on came back and obviously they came back with full vengeance and when they were ashamed for having run away, and these were people who were taking away their booty of their wealth, so they came with full force.

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Obviously, the result was

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was, you know, region in that sense, and

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most Muslims were starting get killed, some ran away.

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Eventually, even the headcount was taken there 70 Sahaba lost their lives in this battle, including some very famous names

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from very famous names.

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The Abdullah bin Muhammad, for example, Musa

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and Hamza bin Abdul Muttalib, the cousin of an uncle of Naga cousin, uncle of Orissa, Salem and is in his milk brother because they the nurse from the same same person.

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These people and many others who 70 of the Sahaba were killed and butcher hate in that battle thanks to these people leaving their position. The Archers giving their place.

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They were only about 12 people around left around resources so that maybe everyone had helped you these were just people who were protecting the

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life of a source and Salem, Salem. His bravery is boundless. A number of cases where we've seen how brave he was, and is also expressed in through one other thing, which is that he never He never

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killed anybody. He never bought weapons.

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Everyone had their personal bubbles or missiles that have also had a sword. But he never killed anyone with it, he didn't attack anyone with it, including in battle. So even in this case, he was not killing anybody, but he was right there at the front. And so subzones xaba surrounded him to protect him.

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Important point here to keep in mind is that both victory and defeat are tests. And in Ohio, we see both we see the victory which happened in the beginning. And then we saw the defeat that happened thereafter. And both our tests Allah subhanaw, Taala sort of was,

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was just with these people. And eventually the enemy broke through right to him.

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One of them threw a rock at him, and this rock

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hit him in the face Subhanallah

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it just got his lips, it broke his front teeth, that slashed his face. And his helmet was crushed on his head with which also, probably he had a

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hairline fracture of the skull. Later on, he used to suffer from

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these very terrible migraines, and probably is I mean, this is all

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conjecture today, from what we know.

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And some of the people have said that maybe it was viral meningitis, which affects the brain and that virus would have gotten through the hairline fracture, thanks to this. Anyway, we don't need to go there that just mentioned that in passing, but his helmet got crushed to his head.

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He was carried up to on the side of the he actually fell down because he

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had been over the law

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of the land he carried and it was up the side of the mountain into a crevasse. And they put him there for for his protection. Because with this concussion that he got, he lost consciousness for a while. Just sort of partially lost consciousness and he fell down. And people thought he had died. People thought he had been killed.

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And there was a whole rumor in saying that Mohammed Al Salam has been has been killed.

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Five people gotta get on how was there? These women were there with the with the soldiers. So Fabula Delana was there and she said an ally brought water in his shield. And he poured it and the fact of the law she was watching the war. But you know, Scab wounds, face wounds, they bleed a lot. And when they pour more water, they're even more blood flowing. So finally, say the Fatima Bella, she took a piece of sackings, she bought it. And then she blasted his face. The face of the enemy, Ali Salam with that burnt

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burnt sacking, which stopped the blood.

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His teeth were broken. The all of this happened.

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Despite that, so Salem was trying to organize the retreat so that it doesn't become a route that would have completely

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finished off everybody. So he didn't want to do that. So he he called out and he said who will repel these people who will fight against them, whoever repels them will get janma so he's promised them Jana, to anyone who defended

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defended the Muslims. So what unsavoury stood up and he fought until he died, and another one another one until seven of the unsolved, died fighting. And so really, if you think about that other Tsar, the people of Medina they aren't they earned their title of Allah Azza literally with their blood, they have their awareness around, including with their lives, says I've been Abdullah said that Ross was in Salem

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said to Savin Malik and his abdomen across the runner.

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He said yes, suit. You know, he was shooting with a with his boat. He said yes, that showed me my father and mother be your ranch. May my father and mother be your answer? And so then I leave it. Let me tell you about Alana, who said that I have never heard a source of Salem swear by both his parents except at hot when he said this to sad in the Malik of your land.

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Now that is what that is how pleased are solos of Salem was with Serbian Malik and his fighting in this very famous battle. Another hero of those of that battle, of course was the lobbying by the law, the law. No. I will tell Harlan sorry, who was shooting directly from in front of his house. And he said yes, we'll amend my

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father and mother be your answer. Instead of just telling me I'm strong, and I will do whatever you tell me, he's the one who gearing themselves up the side of the mountain as well, as I mentioned, do another

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account of this, they said that he himself received so many arrows because he was defending. He said, he got so many arrows from the enemy in his arm and the shoulder that they said he looked like almost like a pinkish on something yet all these arrows.

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So then there was a lull in the battle, and I was young came up

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out of an orange, and he called out and he said, is Mohamed alive? Somebody said, is Abu Bakr alive, Robbie Alonso is Ahmed Al Khattab alive when he knew that he knew who were the most important of the people. There was silence, there was no response. So he was very happy. So he said, we have killed them. He said they've been killed.

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Now then seven out of the landfill couldn't stand. So he called out he said, The three men you asked about are alive, all three are right. So I was I was the was disappointed. He said battle goes in cycles. Sometimes, you know, we win, sometimes you win. And he said, you will see some bodies which are mutilated. Now, this is where we see sometimes. And we need to keep on reminding ourselves

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that you might see somebody as very evil, and very bad, and so on. So but there is some goodness in them, which Allah subhanaw taala likes, and Allah subhanaw taala changes their destiny for them. And I was handed a classic example of that. Classic example of that,

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where people like this Amarinder us an alga Alana was made of classic examples. Here, you see it was an absolute enemy of resources, he set out to kill the horrors of Solomon, he would have been very happy if he had succeeded.

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Because of him, and because of his efforts, 70 Saba were killed in the Battle of the he didn't leave any stone unturned. The fact that as far as I said, I did not die at his hand was not because he didn't make enough effort, he did his best. I looked around and I wanted to protect the progress of Salem. And so he broke it protected him, but there was something good in the van. So he said, you will see some bodies, which are mutilated. He said, I did not honor that. But it doesn't bother me now that's the bravado that they're trying to say face. But obviously, he regretted the fact that people have been mutilated, because he ended the day also. One was this, you know, this goodness

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with within him, which was ran into rewarded in the best possible way by giving him Islam. But also, these were people who were related. I mean, there was cousins on either side, they were uncles and nephews in some good and bad level father hands up. So you know, it is literally people who are related. And then tribal relationships. We are today we live in a strange world we live in such an isolated world that we

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that we have lost the benefit of relationships. How many times for example, have you heard a wife saying, my husband's father

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or the husband saying my wife's and my wife my wife's mother, there is a relationship with you. We don't say Baba or or Amma or something you don't say mother or father. Or homie or or Abby, you don't say you know, my father in law, my mother in law has a relationship with you know, we move it our, my wife does my husband's that.

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So and so's cousin. So and so's nephew. I mean, that's one so maybe your husband and have you also has a relationship with you.

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Your husband, your wife's

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nephew or niece has a relationship with you. But we weren't used to this, we weren't used to speaking like this, because we have got used to these nuclear families, this very western concept of, of individual individualism.

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One of the results of that is loneliness, and, and suicide and depression. But anyway, the point here is that this was not the case of the adults. This is not the case of Muslims. And when I was growing up, this was not the case with us. I mean, we never said talked about, I never heard my father saying my mother's my father saying about the mother, her father, her mother, never, never not in their entire lives. If they ever say something like this, on either side, it was always the relationship with you.

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So anyway, the long and short of it is in when we when you look at a

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comment, think about it from that context of tribal loyalty is family loyalty. These were serious things. These were serious things. They believed in them. They

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They respected and honored him. So he said they I have not ordered this but then he was safe facing saving ways and grabado. So he said, Well, I don't care about obviously he cared enough to say.

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And then he made some videos, some slogans too,

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to his gods and whatnot, and then he left.

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When he's this lowest regard to the to the gods, or Surah Saracen, I'm told the Sahaba to respond with Allahu Akbar. So they

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and last round that I said, is to say Duna wallet alone I had the word rasuluh yet on fee of Rocco, for alpha calm, mum beard Amelie, Kala, huzzah. No, Allah.

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Wallah ma Sabah Allahu kabhi, whom we met, I'm alone. And Allah said, and remember when you ran away, and climbed the mountain without even casting a side glance at anyone, and the messenger SallAllahu sallam was behind you, calling you back, there Did Allah subhanho wa Taala give you one destress after another, by eek by way of Requital, to teach you not to grieve for that which had escaped you, nor for that which had been followed you and Allah is well aware of all that you do.

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And then I looked around, and then I said, in the Levina, there were low income Yamantaka, Germany in the US doesn't love almost a bottle, the body, my Casa boo, what are called Afula, who I know, in Allah of affordable Rahim was for gefallen Haleem, one of the worst crimes and sins is to run away in battle, to show your back to the enemy. But in this case, the last runner that has had to turn back on the day of the two horse, which is the day of hurt, because that will cause them to backslide to run away from the battlefield, because of some sins that they had. So this backsliding is a sign and which means that when we think about this, and we ask ourselves, and we say that

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when we see ourselves behaving badly, or doing something bad like this, we must ask ourselves, what is it that took away my courage? Because this was not me? I mean, how did I run away? And that what took away the courage is since sins are debilitated, right, the mere mask for COVID we become so used to that, even when there is no cold war on with masks looking stupid. But when it comes to,

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to two sins, what is the mask? What is the mask to protect us from sins, right? Think about that. Be we be going sins openly, we accept it. Whereas when other people accept, do commit sins, we make justifications for them. Sins are debilitating, just like COVID takes away your energy and your energy you will become extremely tired and sleepy all the time. And so that's what things do. Do they take away your energy take away your courage, they take away your your fortitude and your perseverance. And Allah is saying, Listen, you run away because of the sins that you've committed. So there was fear in your heart, there was no pure courage that had departed because you ran away

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because you disputed amongst yourselves. So unless rather than but but Allah has forgiven those people, and surely allies of forgiving and most possible, we ask Allah Samantha for his

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forgiveness and for His mercy. And Inshallah, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to enable us to learn from these sessions and to reflect on our own lives very, very important for us to reflect on on our own lives, the sort of the long run,

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which I recited for you, when I was monitor that

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said, if he caused one distressed after another,

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again, the key here is two things. One is, of course, to teach us to be related to him. And also Allah said, not to grieve what left what went was your color we could not have got you what you got, you will not have missed. So, to become rowdy to become

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accepted, accepted, and to accept the color of Allah. What Allah whatever Allah decreed, tabula We ask Allah subhanaw taala to help us to take the lesson the lesson Gela more in the next session was Allah Allah Allah will carry on it you will remember Africa