Mohammad Qutub – Legacy of the Khulafa – Uthman Ibn Affan

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The conversation discusses the historical and characteristics of Prophet sallavi's teachings, including the importance of unity among different religion groups, wealth and money in the relationship with one's own, and the need for everyone to participate in the upcoming election. The importance of strength and money in the relationship is also discussed, along with the history of the time of Earthman and the importance of unity among different religion groups. The segment also touches on the historical importance of being recognized as a Muslim and the need for pride in one's life, as well as the potential for a "brink wall" that would protect against invasion and the potential for "brink himself" as a Roman Empire builder.
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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu Uttam with taslim Allah so you didn't know imam in our Habib in a bit us in Mohammed now Abdullah while early he was Sahaba tea with tambourine Subhanak Allah and Milena LM LM Tana indica until Ellinwood Hakeem rubbish funny Sadri wires silly Emery. What Hello lock that Emily Sandy, holy I praise the Lord mighty and I send prayers and blessings upon Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his noble family, righteous

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companions and all those that follow them with the right guidance until the Day of Judgment, me. Glory be to You will Allah

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excuse no knowledge that we accept that what you have taught us? Indeed you are the old knowing the all wise? I ask Allah subhanaw taala to accept from us to make our deeds sincere. I asked Allah subhanaw taala to enable me to complete this talk, as in the best way possible, because as you might hear, there's a slight problem with the voice. Lesson sha Allah if my voice somehow

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loses out eventually, I might have to continue in writing.

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That was a joke. Wake up guys.

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But God willing, I'll try to finish it in sha Allah, I sincerely apologize for the delay. It is through no fault of the organizers with my own, even though I may blame it on extenuating circumstances, as I usually do, may Allah subhanaw taala forgive us all.

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May Allah bless you for being here at this time.

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May Allah subhanho wa Taala increase you in knowledge in faith in piety and implementation of the beautiful principles of Islam.

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My brothers and sisters

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we're here to talk about a very special personality

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and the unique one at that

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and all of the Khalifa Rashid in our special personalities and they have this unique characteristic, which is a Rashidi, they are the rightly guided ones. And this is unique to them. This is not something that anyone else can claim, the only ones that can claim that are those four

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and you might say

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one more

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four and one more. One more being whom

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is there a fifth Khalifa Russia?

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Yes. Save my voice ask questions let them do the talking. Is there a fifth? Kelly for Russian brothers and sisters? It's not a rhetorical question I'm waiting for your reply

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yes or no? Just say if there is no say no, there is no fifth

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rightly guided Khalifa is there or not?

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To Pamela silence sisters don't be shy if the boys don't know it. The girls will know it

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never heard of a fifth Khalifa

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was that

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easy. So there is a fifth

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kind of

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any other opinions

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there in the prophets of salaam say the Khilafah Rasheeda will be 30 years.

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So the four Khalifa has span 30 years minus six months. So what's left? The six months off Al Hasan Well, the Allahu Allah. Right, the grandson of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, who the Prophet SAW Selim said that Allah subhanaw taala will use him in order to mend relations and to make peace between two large groups of the Muslims. Right. Mind you, as the brother said, there it's a popular opinion that honorable Abdul Aziz is the

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fifth Khalifa or at least, that he is similar to alcohol fr Rashidi, in that his time where he ruled was similar to the rightly guided characteristic of the rule of alpha Rashidi. But maybe a more correct and a more popular opinion would be to say Al Hasan deserves this characteristic even more, especially since the Prophet sallallahu sallam said that Al Khilafah

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Ah Rasheeda is going to be for 30 years and the 30 years would include the six months of

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Al Hasan of the Allahu Anhu Allah.

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So these Four Rightly Guided caliphs has have been mentioned by the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave them this characteristic and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam does not speak in vain, or off his own volition.

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This is from why,

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and despite the fact that you may hear

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some things today, and soon in the next talk, that may seem to indicate that the time of that Khalifa was not as peaceful as the time of the first two, that in no way negates the quality of a Rasheeda

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when describing that, Khilafah

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if there were trials and tribulations, This in no way vitiates or devalues, the Khilafah

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and the rule of the Khalifa them themselves, okay, the Salafis themselves. They all work with a fire Rashidi and they ruled upon Manhattan, Dubois, the way of a nwU of the prophethood.

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This man, Earth man had been often robbery Allahu Anhu herba.

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lived in Makkah, and he is matki. And he is from Polish is Karachi. And he is from the tribe of Benny Omiya. So he is all me and his family. Earth man, even our son

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lived in Makkah, and was the beloved son of Makkah.

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was not even a fan of the Allahu Anhu herba was so loved in Mecca, that it kind of reminds us of the character of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam himself in the same way that the prophets Allah sell them and maybe you can allow me to reduce my voice, even if I get excited, because I'm feeling the quality is starting to diminish. Even if

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are the prophets Allah wa salam as much as he was loved amongst his people before a Nobunaga before becoming a bonafide prophet. He was loved. And he was named as Sadiq, Al Amin.

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And they trusted him.

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And he was a personality that people had consensus over in the same way. Personally, when I found out about the hola Juan had the same quality and was loved amongst the Metcons and amongst flourish. And it's interesting, therefore, that in a hadith, which may not reach the level of savvy and some scholars may have considered life, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, when he saw his daughter taking care of Earth man, so he said to her, take care of him. My dear daughter, he is the

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closest to me in character.

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An interesting narration, based on the notion that we just mentioned, how much of man a bit of fun was loved amongst his people, because of his sublime character, because of his kindness and his generosity, because of his

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a word, which we usually translate as

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modesty maybe.

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Does that do it? Shane?

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Now we're going somewhere else, it seems, shine those three words already just proves to you that the word HIA cannot be translated with one word alone.

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If anybody of us doing translation, or is writing in English, write the word higher, and then put all of these words in parenthesis, because higher is not only shyness.

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And it's not only shame.

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And it's not only modesty,

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if you say it's only shininess, you're going to find out, it's not correct, because if you apply it in a different context, you would say no, that's not that's not the hire that we're talking about.

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So it's a combination of all of those things was mainly when I found out the hola Juan was known for this hire

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a shyness, a sort of bashfulness but not a bashfulness that would prevent him

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from upholding the rights of Allah subhanho wa Taala because bashfulness the shortcoming of bashfulness is that someone would be bashful concerning a shadow concerning a dean.

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But higher is not like that, because higher from Allah prevents me from

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in any way.

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Not giving Allah his rights and his dues,

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not implementing some characteristics some Hakan some

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some legal ruling of the Dean

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HYAH will not prevent me until and bashfulness. Will you see the difference? So HYAH is something different and this is why it's better to translate it this way, or smell him and I felt had higher a certain shyness from people a shame that would prevent him from committing any sins not only in Islam, but even before Islam, because he was known to avoid immoralities even India Helia Subhanallah

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was malema, a fan never worshipped or prostrated to an idol.

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He did not drink alcohol. He did not commit Zina before Islam, in J. Lea brothers and sisters,

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even though it was permitted,

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but many people did it many of those Sahaba as well. It was fine. It wasn't one of them. Right? And even the prohibition of alcohol in Islam came gradually as we know, right.

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Some of the Sahaba were still drinking, but they were ordered not to drink if they were going to pray. It was gradual. Russman did not drink even before Islam in Jaya Helia had almost like it's embedded in him a sort of

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a higher that gave him a reasonable attitude towards things. So he figured how are these people worshipping idols? besides Allah subhanaw taala?

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Why would someone drink something that would affect their intellect, their faculty of reasoning.

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So, it was a higher that, that an attitude, a very reasonable one that gave him an understanding a very reasonable understanding of things. So he was reasonable even before and thus, it is not surprising that he was so similar to the Prophet SAW Selim in attitude and character, and that he was loved amongst his people,

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to the extent that it was almost like an example. So if I wanted to say, I love you,

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I would say I love you as much as Metka loves Earth man. You see, this is how much he was loved.

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And we know the same about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And this is before the prophet hood.

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Or the man had been a fan

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was so had such higher, and he was famous for this, to the extent that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us that even the angels

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have a shyness from Earth man, the angels Allah Akbar, the purified ones, who have not committed any sins, who do whatever Allah subhanaw taala commands them. They have a sort of shyness from

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Rasul Allah with the best of humanity.

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To walk on this Earth, our beloved Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a certain Chinese from Earthman, probably Allah Allah Subhanallah Hello. In the famous NARRATION

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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was sitting

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and he was with his wife without a shot of the Alana.

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And he was sitting the way a person would sit while being at home not necessarily for

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Lee dressed so part of his leg was showing.

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So a man came and asked for permission to enter.

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It was a while back. So he allowed him to enter and the prophets Allah Allah, Allah wa sallam did not change his position in any way. Abu Bakr talked with the prophets of salaam a little and then left. The next person to seek permission was Amara Amato, the Allah on entered, spoke to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and left again the prophets of salaam was in the same position. As 911. Our friend entered and sought permission to speak to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the Prophet SAW Selim

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immediately put down his clothing or his robe, changed his position

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and then spoke to Earth man. After he left I shudder Lohan was surprised. She said Abu Bakar came in you didn't change your position. Oh my god, the Lavon entered. You didn't change your position or do anything different Earth man when I first came in, and you pulled over your robe you sat up. So he said to her wha Aisha? Should I not be shy from the one that the angels are shy from luck but unless the Haman Haman will.

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The angels have a shyness or bashfulness from Earth mana but I found the Prophet sallallahu Sallam felt the same. And this speaks

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to the beautiful higher of Earth man Radi Allahu Allah and His character. And it also speaks to the beauty. Um, the character of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Give me a chance to drink? Yes.

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Okay, he respected the fact that he's shy therefore

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the Prophet SAW said, I'm not done that.

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I found my lip lift.

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The smell of it, I found my love entered while seeing the Prophet SAW Selim.

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In that way, he might have left and felt shy to enter. So the Prophet SAW Selim was taking that into consideration.

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And we see this in other situations where the Prophet SAW Selim was dealing with some of the Sahaba he always takes into consideration the situation of his friends of his companions.

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He thinks about them, he puts them set himself in their shoes. So immediately set up otherwise. He's the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he doesn't need to do anything. He doesn't need to change his position. He doesn't need to sit up.

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But he did it out of shyness from Earth man, and respect for Earth man, and taking into consideration

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this attitude of Earthman not only Allah it also shows you the prophets of salaam was it was an expert on his companions, may Allah be pleased with them all.

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So it might have been a fun was known for this higher earth No, they've been a fan my brothers and sisters is related to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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grandmother of Earthman

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al Bayla, known as Al Bayla

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is the paternal aunt of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So she is I'm met Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that makes

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the mother of Earth man.

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cousin, very good. Been to unmet here. And that makes us man, Robbie Allah on his second cousin. Right. So his mother is the direct cousin of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So he's a relative of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. I was not even a fan. I

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was given a gift. And this gift was in business. He was a businessman. He had business acumen and prowess. He understood business, how to bring merchandise

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and sell it. He was an expert.

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And therefore, he became rich.

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And he was able to amass a fortune.

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Even though after Islam, he had to like to do it all over again.

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Because he was so generous, that a lot of the times he would be giving it away, he would be helping the orphans. If you want to know about MathML ask the orphans of Maccha

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as the needy and the poor of Mecca,

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check with the slaves of Mecca. In one narration, as none used to say that every week, I would emancipate a slave.

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One of his slaves, he would make him free for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. His Generosity Subhanallah was unsurpassed. So he used to give in the way of Allah subhanaw taala. And then Subhanallah he would make his money again. And in this way, he made a fortune and he continued to make money. by our standards. My brothers and sisters are men even have fun. Robert Allah is a millionaire.

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And you might say a few get a

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little bit precise and technical. You might even say billionaire. I didn't study his, you know, exactly, all his exact assets. But for all practical purposes, he's at least a millionaire. And you might even say a billionaire. Okay, compared to others. Subhanallah it's, it's like, you know, you know how the man said about the Prophet SAW Salem that he just keeps on giving and giving, without fearing poverty in any way. This is the way it was, might have been our fun ones. He would just give

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and give, as if he never feared poverty, and he never feared loss. And it's almost like

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every time he would give Allah subhanaw taala would replenish

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his account

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with no limit our friend, or the Allah Allah

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was one of the first to enter Islam.

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Some of the sources mentioned that he was 1/4 of Islam.

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What does that mean? A fraction of Islam? How do we section or partition Islam? What does it mean if he was 1/4 of Islam?

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The fourth to accept Islam. In other words, all of Islam in the very beginning was 234 people. The first to accept Islam was

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I didn't even have your pilot. Now I'm going to the next talk. Then after that.

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No, it's

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someone else. Someone else became Muslim. Second, definitely. We know that for sure right.

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Ali was the first we mentioned another one. They even had her Baraka graphic, and then possibly Earth man. Earth man, as some sources say was he was 1/4 or 1/5 of Islam, one of the first to accept Islam. However, Walla, Harlem

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this seems to be a POS possibly a misunderstanding of the narration of urbanists hack, because Mohammed Jimenez Huck Sahaba SeRa is the one who mentioned this. He mentioned the five that Abu Bakr brought to Islam.

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May Allah be pleased with Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Allah, you already had double Becker. So now you can tell me the five that he brought to Islam. Quickly. I'm losing time. What is it as debate, but

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the amount of ill health

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who else

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suddenly woke us and

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our personality today our star, who smiles m&r fan is one of the good deeds of our buck, as well as those others Subhanallah and they are all counted amongst the 10 who are given the glad tidings of paradise.

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All of them. So five of them are through.

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Probably Allah on Earth man was one of them.

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And in the narration, it mentions that Abu Bakr came to Earth man. And he said the Earth man, you see these, these idols that people are worshipping doesn't make any sense. How can people worship these idols that do not hear and do not see and so on, and us man Subhanallah it immediately was in line with his fitrah as you can see, a smile with our fan was very close to his fitrah even without a shadow, right, even without having the message of Islam, he was already for all practical

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You can say almost a practicing Muslim.

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So once a worker said this, it was a no brainer. So he said, Take me to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he went to the Prophet he heard from him, he said, Shadow Allah, Allah and Allah shadow and Muhammad Rasool Allah is of a Saba team. So now if we take those first three or four we just mentioned and the five of Elijah Mubasher in that Abu Bakr Roth, these are the first eight. This is like a magic number. These were the first people those first eight people. This was Islam.

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And then after that, people started coming in greater numbers, but it was still all that one secret. Okay, but it was man Evanov fan love the Allahu Allah is one of those first

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four people and we need to remember that especially in the second part insha Allah when we start talking about the trials and tribulations that happened at the end of his life, which I'm sure

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a lot of you know about. My brothers and sisters.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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loved Earth man of the Allah and so much that he married him. His daughter, Roca, yeah, we Allah Anna

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and us men

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was after a year.

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So it's not just that the Prophet SAW Selim, offered her to him. It was mine was wanted to marry Rosa.

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And he was keen on having her but she was married to

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the son of Abu Lahab.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam announced himself as the Messenger of Allah, Abdullah have wanted to cite the prophets of Salaam. So he told him to divorce Roca, yeah, Ross

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was exhilarated.

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Perfect. So he went after and he married her. And it was a lovely marriage, and one that they used to use also, as an example of, you know, the the loveliest couple, both Man fan and Rekha, the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and a man of the Allahu Allah

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was with her and migrated with her to Al hamesha. Because of his murder, but I found being one of the first people to accept Islam was also one of those who was oppressed, persecuted and tortured,

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in order to make them come back to Al Cofer in order to dissuade them from the the path of guidance, the path of light. So he was persecuted so much along with the others. So he was one of the first people to migrate to and be senior to Alhambra. And the migration, my brothers and sisters do not look at it as fleeing from the situation that they were in. This was actually something of a noble act. Because when those people migrated, they were migrating for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala

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Hey, Gera, feasability Allah, and when you migrate, you're leaving the people you love. Remember what we just said he was loved amongst these people. Imagine someone you know, they didn't have YouTube then.

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Or Facebook for that matter.

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you know, if a star of this a star in Malaysia, if he moves to, you know, Singapore, he'll still be a star right? Because of his YouTube followers. They didn't have that then, if they left

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The area if he left the country, he's essentially going somewhere where he is completely unknown. He's leaving this environment where he built his reputation, where people loved him, where he can do his business, and so on and so forth. So he's leaving everything behind for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. So this was actually something. This is one of the things that we mentioned about Earthman in order to praise him that he migrated to Alhambra.

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And later on, of course, migrated to El Medina. So he migrated both migrations, and he migrated both migrations with his wife, rakia.

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was with him all the way up until just after the migration after they migrated to El Medina.

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In the second year of Al hijra, there was a seminal battle that took place and that is the Battle of

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Al Furqan the one that separated between Al hawkwell Battle truth and falsehood was named the criterion

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the Battle of during the or just up to the time of the Battle of Madrid Rocha year on the hola Anna was sick.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed off man to stay with her stay back with Roca yeah and take care of her. So Earth man wrote the Allah Allah did not witness the Battle of bedrijf clear.

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But it was upon the order of

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the prophets, Allah Allah Allah was seldom Furthermore,

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out of Allah's generosity,

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and the character of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, you will have the reward of someone who fought him better, and a portion of the booty as was. So the Prophet sallallahu SynLab, in so doing, considered Earthman to be one of those who attended the Battle of Bethel, and that itself is one of the most important accolades in Islamic history. When you say someone is Bedri they have attended, they witness the Battle of medicine. So as man even offense even though he did not

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attend, by the order of the Prophet SAW Salem, he got the reward of someone who did and he also got a fraction of the reason EMA.

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Unfortunately, however,

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right after the Battle of better Rocha, Allah, Allah died.

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And the prophets of salaam came back from Bethel, and he was very saddened, obviously, and so was Earth mandibula affair.

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And in our age, and with our

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ideas and concepts, we might say to ourselves, you know, I left him behind to take care of her. And still, you know, he maybe he didn't take care of her enough. That's why she died. Maybe he didn't give her medicine, maybe he, he neglected her. All kinds of things might have ran through our minds by today's thinking, right? Today's standards, but not the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Not only did he not say anything like that, or think anything like that. But quite the opposite. He actually said

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and he

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showed interest in marrying his next daughter to Earth malleable alpha. And this is Uncle Phil.

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And indeed, he married him to Uncle through, probably Allah and her.

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And Uncle foon also said with a smile, I've been a fan for a while.

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And later on Uncle Foom as well died Subhanallah now definitely there must be something, right.

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There's something about this guy.

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This is the second daughter that dies, you know while under his custody while being his wife. Definitely. I have to talk to him. I have to chastise him. I have to find out why. What's going on or

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are you not doing something properly

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No none of that. The Prophet sallallahu sallam said, Well Allah here with man, if I had a third to give to you, I would marry her to you as well. Look at the love of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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and his admiration and respect for us man.

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And also, the it shows the false nature of the ideas that we have nowadays, with regards to such things where we might think to ourselves, you know, and the shape and starts playing with our mind, not the Prophet sallallahu seldom quite the opposite. He says, If I had a third I would give her to you. And it's not even our friend has other wives as well. They were not the only ones. Okay, he married other wives as well. So he could have even said, my daughters, what about the others, right?

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But Subhan Allah, this is not the way they used to think and they know that this is the other of Allah subhanahu wa Hyla my brothers and sisters Earth man and a fan is one of the normal scribes of the Quran. Never forget that. Before the compilation, we'll get to that or maybe we won't, considering the timekeeper.

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But he was one of the scribes. He was one of the ones who was writing the Quran, right? He was one of the ones that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam entrusted to writing the words of ALLAH SubhanA wa taala. In fact, if any of you have a Senate or an ijazah, in the Quran, where you have recited to a sheikh or scholar and that scholar recited to a scholar, in an uninterrupted chain all the way up to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, you will see a smile in your Senate.

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How many of you have seen that in your Senate? And that we will also know how many how far do we have that helped you just nobody's gonna raise their hand. If you inspect your ijazah you will find the rough man, you will find the IE you will find the obey urban camp, all of these great Sahaba in the Senate, this is earth might have been a fun, one of the earliest to accept Islam, and one of the scribes who wrote down the Quran. And later on, if we get to it in sha Allah, the compilation of the

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Quran as well. In fact, let's mention it now. Before I forget or before we lose time. Let's now live and I found my brothers and sisters is the one who is responsible

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for the second compilation collection that happened of the Quran. The first one was Abu Bakr al the Allah, what eluded carob the Allah Allah did. And these are two necessary steps for the preservation of the Quran. And I have a series on that. That is like a full day seminar on how the Quran was compiled. So I can't get into all the details here but suffice to say that Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Han, excuse me,

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brought together the different fragments that were all over el Medina

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which had Quran inscribed on it.

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So the Quran was written.

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And I have no doubt that every word of the Quran was written from the mouth of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam. But it was in different places on fragments, they didn't have paper then. Okay, so they wrote it on some smooth stones, Bones leaves, what have you, parchment.

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So our backers

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goal, and task was to bring together all of these fragments

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in order to bring everything that was written of the grant together, right.

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The task of man was a little bit different. When who they for

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tells us man with our phone? Yeah, Amirul mumineen, oh commander of the believers,

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save this OMA, before they go the same route of the Jews and the Christians whereby they will differ amongst themselves or about their holy book.

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So who they for having gone to the different lands saw that people were reciting some of the different recitations we know that the Quran came down in seven different roof

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don't have time to go into all of that. I'm sorry, that's quite

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a long explanation. But let's just say that there are seven different ways of reciting the Quran seven bonafide, genuine ways of reciting the Quran that Gibreel brought to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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for the face hearing these different recitations, and some of these people may have accepted Islam fairly recently. And some of them may not have the fundamentals that others do. And he started hearing things like my recitation is better than yours. And this is where he flipped. So he said Jameela mumineen, save this Oma.

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So the task of Earthman or the Allah one was to unite the OMA on one Quran.

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So, this is this is the task that he gave to those noble Sahaba coming together, bring it all collected, and put it all in one most half between two covers and burn everything else. And this is the most half that we have today. What we call almost half an earth men.

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This is attributed to Earth model the Lavon

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This is one of the greatest tasks and achievements of Earth man. Even Alpha Radi Allahu Allah

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after the death of the Allahu Allah,

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they told him the meaning

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a pointer Khalifa.

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Allah on said, I see no better solution than to make it Shura between six of the people that the Prophet sallallaahu Selim was pleased with when he died.

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So he made it between six candidates. He gave it to six candidates, and he made sure between them and those six are

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Melbourne health sounds whenever your cause is available,

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but haven't Obaidullah Baraka Fick these six, right again, hello, Baba. Cherie Bill Jana. The brothers are Sanlam is pleased with them. Absolutely. So he made it through route between the six.

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So I'm the robber level now says okay, you want to appoint the Khalifa and three minutes. He wants to appoint the Khalifa and three minutes Subhan Allah Allahu Akbar.

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And he wants consensus from the audience. So after a high level house,

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says to them, let's make it amongst three, let three of us

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abdicate, surrender our candidacy to someone else. So as available, one says I give it to it.

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But he says I give it to both men and Saudi law classes. I give it to abduct men and half.

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So now we're down to three.

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These are not people

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looking for positions, and wealth, and YouTube followers for Twitter and Facebook followers, brothers and sisters. With one word for Andromeda without

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passes. Go Paul has obeys. They are better than me. They are more deserving than I am. These are the Sahaba these are Google Seamus Jana. What do you think, thereafter? Besides what is the killer for riches? They looked at it as the ultimate responsibility. something they're going to be asked about on the Day of Judgment Khilafat Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So now it's between our duralumin house with a friend and I live in Abu Dhabi. So under a man of an hour off,

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he was a diplomat. He said he tells Riley an Earth man.

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Would you be content

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if you left me to choose between you?

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And they agreed.

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So then, Abdullah Hassan tells us man,

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you know, I'll even have your pilot who he is. And he's the cousin of the Prophet sallahu, wa salam and so on and so forth. If I choose him, will you accept and will you obey? He said absolutely.

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When he went to Bali, he said, you know who Earth man is one of the first to accept Islam and so on and so forth. And you know how much the Prophet SAW Selim loved him. If I choose him, will you obey and accept his Khilafah? He said, of course. And then Abdullah even goes for three sleepless days. Doing what?

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Having an election

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and now people are going to jump on me. They didn't have elections then and this and that. And we don't believe in democracy. And

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for all practical purposes, he went and did an election, how they didn't have cards, but he just took their opinion.

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Who would you

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appoint? Who would you choose?

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Or smell or Halle, he got their opinion, regardless of whether someone filled out a ballot card and put it in a box, or anything of that sort. Time's up Khalifa. But he was not here yet. Give me a minute.

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So he went, and he started getting, quote, unquote, the votes, the opinions, that's what it is. Okay. To the extent he even consulted women in their homes. Can you imagine going and knocking on the door? Hello, Mrs. So and So.

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I have something to ask you about. It's an election, right? But he's doing it all on his own.

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And it's probably perfectly understandable if you had helpers. And they were going around Medina, three sleepless nights, he says, and he's going around and asking everyone that he can ask and getting the opinions. Some are choosing a man and some are choosing ally. But isn't it enough? Why does it have that man just choose? No, this is szura.

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When we talk about modern, I don't want to go on a tangent that will take me for another hour or two. But modern day political discourse

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when we talk about taking the opinion of the people, this is ultimately Islamic, my brothers and sisters. This is an Islamic concept.

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If anything, it may have been taken from our Islam as well yet we do not understand its importance. The people have to be consulted.

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So he's consulting the people is getting their opinion. Otherwise, we're smiling highly. Which side of the agenda Do you want? Do you want the right side of gender the left side of Jana? I mean, who cares? They they're there they're there you know the best to to walk on the earth at the time.

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But no, we have to get the opinion of the Ummah the OMA has to have a say.

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So after doing this long process of getting the opinions of the people he said I discovered the people will not accept anyone but of man.

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He said it to ally of the hola Juan and he took with man's hand on the lawn and he gave him the pledge and everyone there gave the pledge including a high level the Allahu Okay, in fact, he was one of the first to accept and give the pledge to Earth man. Rob the lawn listen to no other

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gibberish garbage baloney about highly, you know, not being happy about it and so on. Is the first to accept and to give the pledge to Earth Mel, probably Hola, Juan.

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And furthermore, everyone accepted the Biograph man to the extent that Imam Ahmed said that NO by NO pledge no choosing of Khalifa

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involves more consensus than the mayor of Satan, Earth man. Love the Lavon and I'll stop here since we have the Khalifa. We're taking a break brother. Go ahead. Mark Luffy

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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad Rhonda Adam Savage mine. I praise Allah Almighty and I send prayers and blessings upon Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. I think I should have done this in the first place. But oh, well.

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Some people coming to this talk

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may have expected the majority of it to be about the fitna.

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And maybe some people were disappointed

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but I didn't want to fall in

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To the sinister trap

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making the history of this great man,

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the history of fitna

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by some of the Fussa and Muqtada, and wonderful kin.

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And when we make the history of this man, the history of the objections of those criminals, you are insulting the smell of the law.

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And you are not showing respect for the history and the achievements

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of this paragon of excellence with modern alpha.

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Therefore, please, my brothers and sisters, do not

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make the history of this man, the fitna the trials, the tribulations.

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And by the way, this has a lot of modern applications as well.

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And if we had more time, I might discuss it with you

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were one thing,

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something very important

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becomes known as a fraction that has corrupted the matter entirely.

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And honestly, the fitna itself needs all talk or talks, if we really want to get into the nitty gritty in the details, okay. But the history of this man is not

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what happened at the end of his life, and at the end of his Khilafah.

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It's not about how Earth man died. It's about how Earth man lived from the lava.

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That's where we need to take the lessons. Okay.

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The unparalleled generosity of Earth man.

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The way he made use of the money that Allah gave him is a lesson that we can talk about. And we can learn from this journey until the end of our lives. In fact,

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to try to become a US man in terms of charity

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is a journey of a lifetime.

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Because there was none, for all practical purposes.

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left everyone behind

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is a very difficult act to follow.

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Because whatever Allah subhanaw taala gave him he just gave it visa vie law.

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When he first entered Medina, probably Allah Allah,

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the mohajir immediately realized that there was a scarcity of water.

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There's a water shortage, there's a problem. Resources.

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What are we going to do? We just migrated we just left everything we left our towns are the loved ones, our relatives and friends and families.

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If this is not livable, what can we do?

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There was one well

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and that well, was the only one that could save them from this water shortage problem. And the only world with waters with quality of water good enough to be portable.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said who will buy this well

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and I promise him paradise.

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And the well is called behind Roma, right?

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Why should it be bought because it was ownership of someone else

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in one narration, and you owned it

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he used to

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charge a little bit too much

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for anybody who wanted to take water. So the Prophet SAW Selim saying who will buy it and I guarantee in paradise

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so who sought after it was made a bit of fun on the lawn.

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He went and he bought it

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in one narration about the Jew, the Jew refuse to sell it. So he bought half of it

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and after buying half

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the Jew figured okay, I'll just you know I can get half of the the he sold it, okay for a certain price, and then he'll get profit

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From the other half How is it half and half? Well it's one day for Earth man and one day for the Jew.

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So, what ended up happening is is that on the day verse man was not made it a worse anybody who wants to drink comes and drinks for free.

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So the Muslims will all come take their need of water on the day of Earth man and under they have to do nobody comes. He lost all his customers because man made it work. And I apologize again for my voice. So sad

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so that you figured this is a losing proposition. So he just chose to sell the rest of it colors he gave it to us mathematics made it worth.

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man bought a Jana through bear rumor.

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How many of us have that on our resume?

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This is what we need to be talking about. Not only about the history of the fitna.

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Okay, what happened at the end of his life? Who is able to do something like this? This is a man who understood the value of money.

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And unfortunately, a lot of Muslims do not understand the value of money. A lot of Muslims sake, that it is zoo and

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it's part of the Muslim ascetic attitude to walk around humbly put my head to the ground. Yes, yes, chic, you know, and wear some really old clothes to show that I am the head. You know what, I don't have money, because I don't care about this. Dunya and all I care about is the hereafter. Baloney, this is baloney. This is not the way Muslims were Allah subhanaw taala loves a strong Muslim. And today, strength is through wealth and money. If you have money, you can do all kinds of things for

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the Muslims and Earth man at his time is proof of that.

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Imagine if he was in our title Wallah. Here is man without projects all over the world.

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But we are still talking about is it better to be poor? Or is it better to have money? Come on.

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We're not talking about the situation where a person is

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more foon there is a fitna of wealth. That's not what I'm talking about here. If a person knows himself, that if you were to amass wealth, that that wealth would distance him from Allah subhanaw taala. That's not what we're talking about here. We're talking about

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regular people who are able to have money

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and want to use that money for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala

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This is why the promises are seldom said now I'm Bill Morneau Salahuddin I'm deciding

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how beautiful and great is good Ralph for a good person. First Man did not buy beer Roma. The Muslims would have been in a very difficult position. So do we just wait for everyone to be there on Earth man. We need strength brothers and sisters we need it.

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And we need that strength and we need to put it in the service of the deen of Allah subhanaw taala This is what truth man. Probably Allah Juan proved.

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And we can go on and on. Because I mean, this was the way of Earth man, rob the Allahu Allah. Whatever he had, he gave for the sake of Allah subhanho wa taala. If you have a lot of wealth and you find that it is causing you to become too attached to the dunya that's your own jihad.

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That is your own Jihad and strive striving towards not making that wealth distance you from Allah subhanaw taala

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what does that mean that you you live your life as a poor man, as a head does not. Or zoo hood does not necessitate poverty or smile was his head

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was Malzahar How can a billionaire be a Zen? Absolutely. Because his wealth is not in his heart. It's in his hand. He gives it wherever it's needed. The Prophet SAW

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seldom says who will donate, but man is there who will buy the aroma with mine is there Jason HERSA man is there. Ruth man has several of those accolades that we could only wish for.

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It's not surprising therefore, that Earth man robbed the Allahu Anh. After becoming Khalifa.

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Not only was he did he have baraka and wealth, the wealth and Baraka was for the whole ummah.

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So, actually, the time of Earth man was a time of profound wealth, they didn't know what to do with it. Al Hassan Al bacillary, who lived at the time of Earth man, used to go out and call people come and take your share.

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Come and take your share of the wealth of the money of the fruits. There was so much wealth, that on a daily basis, they were going and calling people to come and take their share Subhanallah even though there's so much money today, it seems like it's only in the hands of a few at the time of murder. When I first heard the law,

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that wealth was for the Ummah,

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the OMA benefited from that wealth and enjoyed it. And that's why the time of Earthman Radi Allahu Anh, and this is what we don't hear about a lot. Because the headline of the time on Earth man is the fitna.

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What about the, the justice that he administered

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the prosperity and stability that he gave to the Muslims, the conquests, my brothers and sisters, that he continued from the time of Ramadan, the Alon. And that reminds me I wanted to comment on Kahoot some of those were trick questions. Some of them could have been another answer. So maybe we can change the result or something.

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Such as, when did Persia fall? And the Byzantine Empire? Right? As we will see, the final fall of Persia was during the time of birth, man.

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Now someone's gonna say, I am number one.

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But I mean, the what is popularly known is that most of those conquests happened at the time of Omar Abdullah and absolutely, but what ended up happening is that a lot of these places that were conquered later on rebelled

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and now there was instability once again, okay.

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Especially in Persia, alright.

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And even in Egypt, in Africa.

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So some of these locations now, rebelled again. So it was the duty of man and a fan, to preserve what

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I've had achieved and preserve he did.

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And in the best way,

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so, he continued the jihad against the Persian Empire. He continued the conquests, in the area of a sham, a free Thea, but a smile, but I found was able then to extend the conquest beyond those confines. So he went even further into Central Asia. Yes, they started going into Central Asia in the time of Ramadan, they went to Azerbaijan, but Azerbaijan was unstable. So Earthman is the one who had to

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stabilize things over there. Similarly pathmatics will have fun is the one who conquered Armenia.

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That was the achievement of Earth man alone was men had to make sure that the area of Egypt was stable, especially in the West, and then further into East Libya. And he got as far as Tunisia.

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This was the achievement of Earth man, Earth man or the Allah and expanded

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the Islamic empire

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through the jihad.

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All the while calling people

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to Islam, spreading the justice of Islam spreading the towel hate of the

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deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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these are things we don't hear about during the time of Earth man of the Allahu Allah. Furthermore,

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he was the first one to develop a naval fleet. So now Earth may or may not have fun was the one to develop a naval fleet and to develop marine defenses for the Muslim ummah, something that didn't exist at the time of hon kebab, because I'm gonna Qatar was afraid of the, the sea and the ocean because he feared for the lives of the Muslims. This was the achievement of Earth man.

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The most famous watershed battle, literally watershed battle.

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That a salary also known as battle of the masts. This was under the suzerainty of Atmel had been a fan of the Lavon. This great battle, the First Marine battle for the Muslims, against the most experienced Romans, in their own sea, brothers and sisters,

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in their own sea, the sea that they were fighting in belonged to their enemy. It was called the huddle room, the sea of the Romans.

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And they were the ones who were experienced in marine warfare.

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The first marine battle

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in this watershed battle Dawn, Muslims were the victors SubhanAllah. This was under the rule of Satan, Earth man, probably Allah at this famous battle. It was under him

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through his guidance through his approval, through his governance, the people he was choosing to have those responsibilities. Okay. This battle was so important that it basically gave the message to the Roman Empire, that the Muslims are no longer outside the marine equation anymore. And this is why they were able to go and take over the island of Cyprus. This was underestimated a fan of the alarm, but we don't hear about this much. Because we are focusing on something else. Type. Let's

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come to the fitna.

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May Allah subhanaw taala always

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abolish any fitna of course, these conquests would have continued, had it not been for what happened to save North man have enough fun.

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As you saw in Kahoot, his

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his reign was for 12 years after Oman, Qatar who was Khalifa for 10 years. Now, during his reign,

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there was some criticisms of him. And before we get into the criticisms, let us try to understand why there were criticisms. Were they justified, we will see later on. But first of all, why were there criticisms against him?

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One of them was precisely the prosperity that Rathmann m&r fan was able to provide by the blessing and help of Allah subhanho wa taala. That prosperity, okay.

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Makes people attached to the dunya makes people want more of the dunya start demanding more looking for more. And as we know, as time goes on, the dean, the level of piety and religiosity is decreasing, right? So people fear Allah subhanaw taala less, they're not like the people at the time of Abu Bakr and Omar, like in the famous saying of Lee when he was asked, you know,

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when he was asked, Why are all of these trials and tribulations happened happening during your time and not during the time of Abu Bakr and Ramadan? So highly said, because of a burqa and Omar had were rulers over people like me, and I am a ruler over someone like you.

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Right. So, this is the situation Okay. Things are going backwards. So there was prosperity, there was wealth. And Earth man had been a fan was a soft natured man.

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We talked about Earth man in Makkah. Now we have Earth man in Medina, the Khalifa. He was always liked. He was always

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able to make friends, right? to please people he was loved. But now as a Khalifa, necessarily, there may be people who will be against him, okay? Or some people simply do not deserve the amicability and the soft natured soft nature of say, North man.

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So these two factors and possibly others are what

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encouraged some who may have had problems with Earth man already from before, to start criticizing him, this doesn't mean that all of their criticisms are completely unjustified. Okay.

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But as we will see that it was very far from the way that they were portraying it.

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Of course.

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It's one of the

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are some of the criticisms were.

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I mentioned three that was mentioned by one man alone. And this is something that was going around, and Buhari mentions that a pilgrim was coming to Hajj from Egypt. So he sees some people sitting around.

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And he asks, Who are they said they're from Quraysh. He said, Who is the sheikh?

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They said, Abdullah bin Omar. So he came to him. And he said, Oh, Abdullah, I want to ask you,

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about Earth man.

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Is it true that he fled on the day of offered?

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He said, Yes. He said, Is it true that he did not witness the Battle of better? He said, Yes. He said, five minutes rather, what are you talking about? Allow

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Okay, you want five minutes only? That's fine. But how are we gonna get all the way to the end in five minutes?

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He said, Yes, he did not witness the Battle of better. He said

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what about the the road one pledge by otter Rob one

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that happened in the sixth year Hijiri under the tree in Philadelphia? Did he witness it? No.

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Subhanallah he said okay, that means all the criticisms are correct. So he said, Come here, let me explain it to you. Number one, fleeing from Russia and I bear witness that Allah subhanho wa Taala has forgiven him and forgiven the people have offered as is mentioned in the Quran. Number two.

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He did not witness the Battle of whether because the Prophet SAW Selim himself told him to stay back with his wife Rocha to take care of her. Furthermore, he gave him his a reward of one of the warriors of Madrid, and also apportioned part of the booty for him. Thirdly, the euro. One pledge happened because of a smell.

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Because when they were there, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted to enter Makkah to do the Umrah, but the recent rough man as an ambassador to them, knowing his influence and his reputation amongst them, so he served them as an ambassador to Quraysh.

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And when, after he went, and they told him, We will not allow the rest of the Muslims but we will allow you to do your tawaf and your camera. So he said, How can I presume to do this? Without the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and they were how many people the Muslims at the time

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and bilateral one

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that should have been one of them. Yes, brothers sisters, between 14 and 1500. Muslims, okay, waiting to enter to do the camera. But because of man didn't come back for a while.

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Then a rumor came that smile will have fun was killed. The ambassador of the province of Salem was killed. So this is where the province of Salem took the BIA from the Companions what was the very ah to die for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada St.

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Alamo with very high level moat. So they all pledged

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14 to 1500 Muslims and this is the BR about which Allah subhanaw taala

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revealed the Quran saying that Allah subhanaw taala is pleased with them, those who pledged to the prophets of salaam under the tree, this is called bilateral one.

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In the other area, Allah subhanaw taala says that, in this pledge the battlefield one or before that rather, when the province of Salem took the Baia, they all

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put their hands, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam put his hand, and with his right hand said, and this is the hand of Earth man.

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So he used his own Blessed Holy Hand to represent the hand of Earth man. And we know that the hand of the province of Salem is better than the hand of Earth man.

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So not only the Earth man pledge, he plunged through the hand of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And as the ayah says, jandola he foci D in the hand of Allah subhanaw taala is above there's what kind of a blessed pledges this Allah is pleased with them. And Earth man, of course, is one of them. And the pledge was taken

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in order to defend the the blood of Ruth man, God, Allah Allah. So how can someone say, why wasn't he there in bayaud Rodon. It's totally nonsensical. So he told him that he was

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that the prophets of salaam had mentioned him. Okay, so I can't mention most of the,

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the issues. Let me try to summarize how much you're gonna give me brother.

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The question is, from the questions you got, are there a lot of questions or not? Not a lot of questions, three or four, just three. Okay, so we can compress the q&a, and have a little bit more time.

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You can stop me maybe 10 minutes before you want to adjourn or something like that. But I'll try to summarize quickly. Okay. One of the main things that they criticize about Earth model, the hola Juan is giving positions to some of his relatives.

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And again, this is a little bit hypocritical and illogical, because all of the qualified us some of the relatives

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of a worker on Earth man, and hardy.

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And using your relatives, if they deserve the position is not blameworthy in any way. It's not quote unquote nepotism, okay, to use a modern definition.

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And besides

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this is 1400 years ago.

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And until now,

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people you know, give all kinds of positions to their relatives, right? And they get rich somehow Subhan Allah through these positions, right.

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And yet they are criticizing Earth man 1400 years ago when this was you know, when this was not really an issue slaves were bought and sold my brothers and sisters. So he saw what you know, he put some of his relatives in some positions and by the way, they were all very much worthy of those positions.

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Wow, yeah. Probably Allah 100 You have a problem with more Alia. Now, we I was put in his position by Omar Northman.

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of man just continued it. And while we are on the Alon needs a lecture on his own, listen up for survivors.

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Right. Where are we robbed the hola Juan

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was one of the most just rulers. There are some criticisms? Yes. Okay, especially politically, but he was one of the most just rulers.

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Somalia was appointed by our mother. Earth man just continued it.

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What's the big deal? And by the way, Morales is one of the most capable rulers

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and this is why he was ruling for so long

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while the Alon,

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Another man, Abdullah bin Ahmed ibn Coase, okay, he was a relative of Earth man. This man lives his life in jihad.

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And he was one of the people who conquered

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All of these places when we talked about Central Asia, I forgot to mention, they went beyond the river, the Oxus river, they went into trans trans oxiana or trans Oksana, whichever you prefer. Okay, they went deep into Central Asia and to Pakistan beyond the Pakistan and Iran. This is this is where somebody like Abdullah bin Ahmed was, was showing his worth.

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So what if he was rather if he deserves it?

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What's the big deal?

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And by the way, this is a man who the Prophet sallallahu Sallam himself blessed

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because when he was a very young child, the saliva of the Prophet SAW Selim,

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fell into his mouth. And he started absorbing it and taking it in. So the Prophet SAW Selim said, I hope that Insha Allah, He will be blessed in terms of Sopia in terms of abundance of water, indeed, wherever this man went, subhanAllah it's as if whatever shortage of water disappeared.

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So what have you used to have to love and handle inquiries

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or even Marwan Abner hakam?

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Okay, but what I'm haccombe is not one of the subroutine or one of the the Hola, but he was also someone who is very capable.

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And a few others.

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But out of all of these important positions,

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ministries, governorships, they were very few.

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If you take them all together, you might find that they are 25% 1/4. So if he had five of his relatives, there were 15 others who weren't, what's the big deal, but this is the the the hypocrites, the quote unquote Hawara edge, who like to magnify any mistake, any sin

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in order to criticize and to devalue a person.

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So one byte, so this is how they started to create this environment. And we said that smell not fun, was soft natured. Okay. He didn't want to deal with these people in harsh ways. All right. He wanted to debate with them. He wanted to talk. He wanted to show them that they were wrong. Up until the time of his death, he was still debating with them and trying to convince them and

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persuade them, okay.

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Who are these people?

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Very frequently they are described as coverage. Okay. Even though to be technical, we might say that the coverage as a movement did not start until the time of early, but many scholars,

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noteworthy scholars and luminaries call them coverage, okay? Because they had the same quality of the coverage. All right. Who are these people? Exactly? Well, they were mainly in Iraq, in Basra and Kufa. They were in Egypt. And they started talking about with man, even a fan, and they started magnifying some of these things that they considered mistakes or criticisms, one after another. And, of course, someone there's always someone to

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breathe into the fire. Okay. And this is the evil personality of Abdullah and Saba. Okay. And Abdullah bin Saba is a Jew of Yemeni origin. All right. And this guy just spread his evil everywhere. Spread his evil in terms of al Qaeda spread his evil and his return in terms of politics, talked about

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was management our federal dilla beat fire into this this atmosphere that started to arise whereby people were

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essentially fabricate even fabricating things about, say, North man, Radi Allahu Han. And a lot of these people, by the way, we're not known for their knowledge or for their piety or for anything else. And they started criticizing us, man left and right. And Earthman is doing this and North man is doing that. Or Samantha

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attend the, you know, a child will be able to answer why a smile will have fun was not in the Battle of whether or was not at bay at our old one. So the timekeeper is pressuring me. Ultimately, the these coverage

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were exhorted by Mahalia by Abdul Rahman Ibn Khalid in New Orleans. They were exhorted even by the people in Medina, Ali.

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Paul has zubaid These to talk to these people, what are you doing? This is unacceptable, okay. And they started trying to persuade them as much as possible. Some of them would

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pretend to have repented and then they just go back to doing the same old thing.

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I leave and every time

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every all of the Sahaba were ready to defend us man with their own lives, including it even Abi Talib and Paul Zuma and Isha. Now the Munna feel clean and those who wanted to see this play out. They started fabricating letters

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written by these great Sahaba.

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So some may defend the coverage based on that because when they came to Medina finally and they started coming in droves, and accumulating in El Medina, they said do you send us letters saying come and take care of us man.

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letters written in the name of Aisha Holly Tom has run out

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of fabrications immediately the the the Sahaba exonerated themselves of such letters as man will have fun.

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Continue to try to persuade them eventually they laid siege to his house. Okay. The seeds lasted for between a month to 40 days.

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And when they laid siege to his house, it's literally a siege with metal and our fan could not leave his house anymore. Some of the great Sahaba immediately went and stayed with him under siege and they numbered around 700 But the heritage sites outside were many multiples they were between two to 3000

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an all the time the Sahaba were telling us man are fun, just give us the command we are ready. We're gonna take them

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I will call the Abu Bakr Alana Bill Maliki the famous scholar. He mentioned that Zaidan Sabbath tells the Earth man when are fun on Earth man.

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The unsolved are just waiting for your command, the unsolved one to become the unsolved for the second time. In other words, they were the unsolved the supporters of the prophecy and now they want to be your Ansel, just give me your command with man didn't want that.

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So it's not even a fan.

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figured if he brings some armies from a sham and from Egypt and from these different places that may be eventually he'll be able to stop any bloodshed when they see that there are armies approaching these hypocrites, these criminals when they learned that armies are approaching they figured we have to do something now.

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So they started to attack

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but Earth Mother will have fun the whole time was telling the Sahaba

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if you still obey me as you're killing Khalifa I am telling you do not fight for me. But the Sahaba couldn't believe it. When the criminals started attacking.

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The Sahaba started fighting and some of them got injured, including Abdullah Abu Zubaydah.

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Al Hassan will sustain

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themselves the sons of allele of the Allah one we're defending Hoffman al Hassan Ali was injured

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and a narration mentioned that he had to be carried out because of his injury. Subhan Allah Butterworth man wanted none of it. He wanted no bloodshed. What give us man, the strength

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a smile and have fun

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was a Quranic person he lived with the Quran some narrations mentioned that he would recite the whole Quran in a night or in a Raka, la alum. But he we know for all practical purposes, he lived his life with the Quran. And he was reciting Quran up until the last minute.

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He lived his life with a Prophet sallallahu sallam, and the Prophet SAW Selim told him, this is going to happen to you. And he remembered it. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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gave permission to Abu Bakr and Omar to enter and gave them the glad tidings of paradise. And then, he gave the glad tidings of paradise to Earth man, with one caveat,

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that there will be a tribulation that you will face. So, Earth man remember this, an Earth man remember that the Prophet SAW Selim told him

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that if you are faced with a situation and you are asked to remove and the narration mentions your shirt, and what he meant by shirt, here is the shirt of Hill Alpha.

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He said, If you are demanded to do so, do not agree to do to do that.

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In other words,

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do not

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break down and do not to succumb or capitulate to their demands. So a smile will have fun. Remember this, and it it calmed him down. And he knew for all practical purposes that he was going to be a shaheed. But the Sahaba did not. And the Sahaba never thought that it would come to killing them, then they thought it would just be the criticisms and so on and so forth. And they were basically saying, abdicate the Khilafah or give us more one nil, Hakka

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Abu Bakr and Alana and he says, if he had given Marwan evident, how come he would have been a wrongdoer? They should not they have no right to demand, but 100 haccombe

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So as Merriman often

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stayed as Khalifa did not capitulate to their demands, until the last day, but he would Subhan Allah, when he was exhorting them, he went up to the second level and he started talking to them. He said,

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Do you not bear witness that the Prophet SAW Selim said, whoever buys the the well of Roma will be given paradise? They said, Yes. SubhanAllah. They testified, he said, and I bought the aroma. He said, Do you not bear witness that the Prophet SAW Selim said, Whoever supports and funds the army of Ultron to book

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the day we'll have Jana. They said yes. And we know that with Manuel, our friend is the one who funded this army completely. I know time is over. But this does give me two minutes. I'm concluding. He funded it to the extent that the prophets of salaam said no man Mahatma foul about the yo Ross man cannot do anything wrong after this.

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They said yes, they testify these amount of gender

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in all ways.

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But Subhan Allah, Allah among Tana Fula. Eventually, the Sahaba abided by

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Osmonds commands. They didn't defend the way they wanted to defend him. Eventually they they they broke in. And with murder Allah Han was reciting the Quran as usual. And one of them possibly sold on a bit hamrun or someone else, possibly even Abdullah bin Saba entered and started stabbing him.

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And one narration mentions that as with metal, the other one was defending himself. His hand got chopped off, and his wife was defending him and three of her fingers got chopped off Allah Akbar was smarter than have fun.

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And they kept on stabbing him until they killed him.

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And a drop of his blood fell on the verse in Surah Al Baqarah, where he was reciting the verse that said forsake fika whom Allah wa who was semi early, Allah will suffice you against them. And here's the All Hearing and all and the All Knowing in this way as man I will have fun was martyred and he knew he was going to be a Shaheed because of the profit because the

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day the night before he died, he saw a dream

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where the Prophet SAW Selim was telling him on Earth man,

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you are going to break fast with us lower.

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You're gonna break fast with us. Some of us might even offend, or the hola Han died on a Friday

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and that itself is such an honor. And he was fasting and he was reciting the Quran

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and he went to his Lord, and there he met the Prophet SAW Salem. And Bakr and Omar, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to forgive us We ask Allah subhanaw taala to be pleased with us man or the Allah Allah and to be pleased with those who are pleased with with Earth man. And we ask Allah subhanaw taala to curse those who curse with man. Now the Allahu Allah We ask Allah subhanaw taala to help us to walk in the footsteps of this great man Baraka Luffy calm I apologize for going beyond the time

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limit as I can allow Hydra will have the label behind me.

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Alright, let's move on to the question and answer session.

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First question,

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Chef, you said it was the first always heard that Khadija was the first and then now follow acknowledge the prophets. But why is he not considered the first Muslim? Does that Allah who favor? Yes, Khadija was the First Lady and I live in Thailand was the first male Miracle Worker I've been no fall is considered Allahu Allah, a Muslim scholars considered him a Muslim. We do not consider him a Muslim in the complete sense. Because he did not actually say a shadow Allah, Allah, Allah,

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Allah, Allah, Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah, in terms of who became Muslim first, but God willing, he is, he is considered to have died as a Muslim in terms of where he will be in an action of Allah Allah.

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Second question, you mentioned the Sahaba the seed of a leaf out of their selflessness and knowing that this was not a position to be in, what a huge responsibility? How can we incorporate that?

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That's an excellent question.

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because it's always good to derive lessons from what we're talking about. So there is not just a story that we tell,

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you can apply it directly, if you are put in such a position,

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whereby you feel

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that there is someone else who is more worthy of that position. And you are able to selflessly relinquish

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that position, and leave it to the other more worthy, more capable, more competent person.

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That's how you would benefit from it directly. Indirectly, it is by living our lives, not always seeking to be seen, not always seeking fame, right. But rather, not minding, and not having a problem with sometimes being behind the scenes. And here, I applaud the the volunteers in the revivals organization, who are working, and I'm sure a lot of them are unknown soldiers, and they are behind the scenes, and they played a big role in making

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this event a success. So not having a problem, not minding to be behind the scenes, not always wanting to be seen, indeed, a lot of the Sahaba, especially when they became more famous, they would have loved to be able to walk amongst the people and not be known. Things are exactly the opposite today, you know, I'm doing everything I can to get my face out there and to be known and for everyone to look at me and so on and so forth. But for them, this was the last thing on their mind.

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And what comes to mind is a beautiful saying of Imam Shafi where he said, I wish that all of the knowledge I spent could have been done but without a knock through my name.

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And one may say,

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because someone might say, okay, if I'm going to be so modest and so on, then I'm not going to be able to spread knowledge. I'm not going to be able, you know, to be known amongst others to give a talk to benefit people and so on so forth. Mammoth Shafi, I didn't say I will

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wish I didn't write so that nobody would know me. He said, I wish that my knowledge, the knowledge that I gave to people is still there, obviously. But I could care less whether it's in my name, or in someone else's. That's tough. So imagine now, you have written a very interesting article, maybe even a book.

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it spread like wildfire.

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But now with your name,

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there was a mistaken name.

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But the knowledge was disseminated. Would you be able to accept and say to yourself, Alhamdulillah, my goal has been achieved, the knowledge has spread. I could care less if it's in my name, or are you going to destroy the publisher? And what the * do you think you're doing?

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It's not that easy. So selflessness is the word, right?

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Yes. Is there anything else?

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Last question, what can we reply to someone who might say that it was unfair for a smile on your loved one, to receive a part of the Bucha?

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Law Hey, you can take it up with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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is not with us today, Sal, Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam, you can take it up with him on the day of judgment.

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Similarly, you might say about the pledge of one.

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Number one, the Prophet SAW Salem is not

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he cannot be questioned about something like this.

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However, if we try to think about it,

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with our minds with our intellect, you might say that

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why would he get some the same? Why don't you flip the question and say, why shouldn't he get part of it? Especially since the Prophet SAW Salem is the one who told him that he should stay with

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Roca Yeah. So now, with my living our fan is not only staying with his wife is not only staying with the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he is essentially doing something for the Khalifa.

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He is fulfilling a religious obligation, and he only missed better for that, otherwise he wouldn't have missed it. So it's only fair that

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that he gets the reward and he gets the portion just like everyone else. And ultimately, this is something the the Prophet sallallahu wasallam

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gave him and this is one of his, you know, this is something in a way that he honored with might have been a fan of the Lavon and something that he takes pride in. And by the way,

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as we just said, what was that

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special and unique characteristic about the people of better as the prophets are seldom said

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that Allah subhanaw taala would say, do whatever you wish people have whether I have forgiven you, as men already got that, that accolade somewhere else to work with you he funded JCL rostra with some 950 camels, 50

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horses, and some 1000s of dead humps that he just threw in the lap of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The Apostle Selim said Mother Ross man

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this man can do anything wrong after this. Isn't that essentially the same honor

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of the people have been? So you can say or thank God twice. We'll do

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anything else?

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