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Hello, samata Sula. Today inshallah we're going to be talking about

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is a precursor to a very controversial topic, which is, in German, I was planning to do an jemelle. First, when I realized that in German, it cannot be appreciated until we do mactan earthmen. And that's, and inshallah I'm gonna get to why, perhaps closer towards the end. But now, first things first, before even getting into that I just want to talk about

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learning Islamic history in the first place. learning some history is different than Western history and Hamdulillah, we are blessed with so need, we are blessed with abundant sources, we are blessed with information that will allow us to study these reports, we don't even need to

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put

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all all different types and levels of analysis to

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reconcile between

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various contradicting seemingly equal reports due to a sonnet, it's really clears everything up.

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And just a word of caution for anyone who's studying in German, or rather, in German and the German,

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especially in regards to those who want to speak on the subject right about the subject, it's very important to be objective, and to

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stick with the rules of the magazine, which will, of course sometimes cause you to accept reports that you don't like. And there's a statement by chef mobile, beautiful, beautiful statement where he talks about history. And he says, especially in history, we need to focus on the rules of hygiene. And the reason is because every single sect is going to pick and choose whatever they like and say, This is the truth. But of course, if you apply Heidi throws, then no, that's not going to happen. We apply these rules, you're going to have

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an objective history, and not to subjective history.

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So of course, what we're supposed to do, the general rule is, of course, always go to primary sources, primary sources are lost, you go to secondary sources, and hamdulillah secondary sources have preserved what has been lost in the past. Now, this topic, the topic of the martyrdom of man.

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And in general, a question always occurs reoccurs, which is, is it permissible to even talk about these topics? And we find a lot much I say, we shouldn't talk about what's happened between the Sahaba and whatnot.

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And you will find other machines who say, No, this is a different time, we're living in a different time now where everything is out.

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To the extent where if you are quiet about some matters, this could cause a fitna.

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And because history is a lot history does have some matters that are, you know, gray, not everything is black and white. And there are some things that we often do have difficulty expressing and shut on this lecture. We're going to be going through some of these examples.

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So what are the primary sources well, even before that, even before that happened, only when when speaking about I know some of you are big fans marshawn luff should happen.

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When he was asked about this, when he when he was asked about being quiet in regards to what's occurred between the Sahaba he said this, this refers to

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conduct condemning companions. This This has nothing to do with speaking about the history and just saying it how it is, because at the end of the day, what I'm doing right now is I'm just sharing what's in history books. I'm sharing the authentic history. I'm not attacking or condemning. I'm just sharing what's already there. I'm not coming up with anything new. Not even interpretations. These are just

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the history as it was documented. What I'm doing is I'm just gathering it in one place. Okay, so what are the main sources of McTell? earthman?

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main source of maxilla with a man of course, buddy.

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I mean, as always, in all historical matters, you have to rely large extent on buddy however, however, in this case, a buddy relied on saving me quite a bit for a matter of months if I'm going to timimi has been rejected as a very weak narrator. Sometimes not even that sometimes as a liar.

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So for the purposes of this lecture, and in all honesty, in general, he should be rejected, and inshallah we'll get to why. Other important sources include Hadeeth works like not having to be shea butter, which has a thick, one not too thick, but a relatively thick section about the mortar for the month. Any guesses as to

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What is the best source for method? earthman?

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No. Anyone else?

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Okay, so it's titled Medina by Eben shabba it's the best Masha Allah. Like he has what 200 pages on earth man. And a large portion. I don't know the 100 pages about what occurred what led to the death one, the best source, hands down on the subject.

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So what's the issue with Stephen Amata Tamimi?

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Well, the issue that has been brought up recently Well, not really recently, it's it's been around for a while. But

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it's been

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much the focus of a lot of attention recently. It's the issue of him narrating stuff that has to do with my beloved Sabbath. And,

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frankly, of course, we'll find some people rejecting the very existence of love and Sabbath, which is an unfair approach to be honest, because you will find the narrations that come through the paths of others.

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Excluding safe Let's speak about love and cyber. But yeah, I'm loving said that really doesn't seem to have to do anything with Martin earthman, the murder of mine, and seems to have nothing to do with a gentleman in reality, and other narrations. And in other historical, lengthy historical reports. In short, it reports nothing about love and said nothing about the carbon copy numbers supposedly, will lower lm a creation of the imagination of seven nanometer semi Mandala What am I think that's hard to prove? There's another issue of seven out of 10 me which is he relies on his teachers who we frankly have no idea who these people are anonymous teachers. And often these people

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don't mention who they're getting their narrations from. So we're pretty much

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we pretty much kind of rely on sipping a martini. So what we have to do is in reality, it's we have to rely on mostly short reports, short, authentic reports, and we have to

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put them in place like a jigsaw puzzle, like a jigsaw puzzle, and then we come to reality.

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And tip number 10 is a very sunny source, by the way, very, very pro sunny source.

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Sometimes too sunny, and you feel like there's something wrong. You feel like everything's too clean with his history. And that's what you often see, by the way, when you watch lectures on Mother Earth man in German, it's usually just quoting seminar mother Timmy.

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On the other hand, you have the prosci source, which is about mahana leukopenia here, and we're going to be going any deeper into the issues with his report. When talking about a German. I think there's very clear evidence of fabrication by him, not just him narrating fabrications, but him altering a report to suit his agenda. No. shala. So this is like parts one, right? So in part two, part two is why we're all here. But parts one is very important. We all seem to think that we know what happened to us.

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But to be honest, well, even when I was doing some research, I was learning some new things that I wasn't aware of.

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Definitely in regards to McLean, Earth Monday, best source for McTell. earthman is, well contemporary source is the book by Dr. Atul have been two volumes. The first half of the first volume is just him speaking about the events. And the second half. And the second volume is to arrange grading of narrations. He lists hundreds of narrations and raise them one by one it's it's great work and it's it's a very important source for those who are interested in learning about earthman.

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So what are the key events? Well, first of all, if one comes to power in the year 24 after Angela

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and Mashallah, especially today for the Medina babe, Mashallah you find a lot of information about the prosperity to the extent that there's this report that says that there was a horse that was sold for 100,000 denims during the time of money, that's how rich people became. And that's how that's like the prices that existed at the time. Of course, you're not going to have equality and everyone's filthy rich, but yeah, there are. There was a lot of money in society at the time.

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10 years later, was the day of Java and the Java is area and Kufa and what happened in Java is sad bananas left.

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And Kufa he went to Medina on his way back, the KU fence came out and prevented him from returning to Medina. So that was the first like

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section or the first part of the fitna before the fit and that really grew.

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Soon afterwards in show while in the ER 30 5am. Hamad bin Khalifa takes over Egypt, while the representative Fung Levin said maybe sub was out of town

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So you have a couple of takeovers happening here and there. Yeah.

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What I'm having to do before they for does is he sends an amendment to the Bella way to the Medina, he arrives and towards the end of the year

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and in Basra, who came benja Bella has his troops and they had towards the Medina

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and from El Kufa

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Naka, he heads with his troops towards el Medina. And they all get there apparently around the same time.

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And what happens is very briefly, I'm just going through the key points, before even getting to the analysis of what exactly happened and why it happened.

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When earthman was faced with these rebels, there was a short match Actually, there was there was a, there was a lot of back and forth. And ultimately earthman sent to Java bin Abdullah and I'm sorry, actually, with

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mine sent them have messaged me with Jabba Neverland, sorry. And they went with 50 men, and they met to the Egyptians who apparently were the biggest force. And one of the Egyptians came with tears in his eyes, and a sword in his hand. And he had almost half strung around his neck. And he said something like

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he said, We Are we were, we are ordered to buy this, to use this to fight in regards to what we find in here. And then we haven't messaged him, I said to him, Well, actually, we were ordered by this, to use this in what was in this before we were born. Okay. And then that's pretty much diffused a lot of what's happened. And the gentleman Abdullah's there and he sees this happening, he sees this diffusal of tensions. And he sees them leaving a man comes to job but and says they're gonna be back. This is an authentic hadith. And tredyffrin Medina, they are going to be back. How does this matter? No, we have no idea. Soon we find out that these people do indeed come back. They claim that

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they have found a letter that was written by a man to love and sad in Egypt, or during the death of these people.

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They come back and there's a siege and earthman is prevented from drinking water.

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Around up. Now, we don't know if the if the siege occurred from the beginning, but basically, yeah, mon is apparently in siege for around 40 days. And basically impoundment when every bucket comes into earthman into his place, pulls him by the beard, calls out one of his men who grabs a thick arrow and stabs earthman. And that's the end of one of the hands off and hammered minnow bucket so deep, and those are with him. Now, it said that the specific killer of man's name is so done been homerun two GB. That's another piece of information. There's a difference of opinion. But this seems to be the most authentic view in regards to the name of this person. Of course,

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it's very important for even moving on to talk about what are the merits of mind just to have this in mind while listening to what's about to happen or, or the analysis of what caused these people to even revolt against them in the first place. So the merciful Earth man, we're familiar with a lot of them. The angels are shy from Earth month narrations

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of homosexuality also now rates that are also la Sallam said to, to him almost allow a man to enter and give him glad tidings of entering the heaven

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upon

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however, there will be an affliction that occurs to him.

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And of course, there are some other matters that we all agree upon, and no one can deny, which is that little samosa Selim gave earthman to his daughters. We don't even need the headset for this. So some people say, nah, they weren't his real daughters. They were the daughters of hydrogen by mafia Misha killer. You're given the daughters of you have the daughters of your deceased wife, and then she passes away. And then you give this man your second daughter. It's him or her second daughter that implies you.

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You have good thoughts you have good feelings about this person.

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doesn't imply this person's an evil person. And there's this funny theory that says that the man killed them killed them both because they both died a young age. This is an actual theory, which is of course, silly because if your first daughter dies, you're not you're surely not going to give your second doctor the same person. Well, it was done.

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I'm serious, by the way.

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Okay, so

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very, very important. Why was earthman killed?

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Now,

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a ban lists a long list of reasons. However, it seems like the actual reasons the real reasons are quite a few.

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Isha is very clear as to what the reasons are. In the inauthentic report that you find entitled buddy and Amalia Sinani, where she says that

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we were angered by earthman. For you.

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Okay, this is very important. I was angered

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due to some things that's occurred. And she lists those things as three things. The first is the youth that were put into power,

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and the fortification of some fortified areas, and whipping and beating with sticks. So

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unfortunately, we don't have any authentic information in regards to the whipping and the beat, saying we don't know what that's about. So I can't really comment on that.

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The second matter of the matter of fortification is that earthman himself explains in an authentic narration, but they approached them and this was indeed an issue that was brought up to him. He said that to the land that were basically the camels of South Africa that were given to the states are fortified. Now,

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there is a ruling that land cannot be fortified. One is supposed to allow camels to graze freely, if someone enters and starts raising where your camels are grazing, you can't do anything about it. However,

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this was a matter of bollocks to Earth man, how come you're fortifying this area for the camels under the man says, Well, this is not these are not my camels. These are the camels of charity of the state and drama before me. It's not something that I've done and I just came up with. So what's the ratio? So the only real issue to be honest in regards to these matters is

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the representative of earthman. And this is where the accusations of nepotism comes in. Right? And we hear this we hear that this is an issue with earthman

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earthman put into power his relatives. This is a this is a very, very interesting topic. So who did earthman put into power? He put into power lead. Aqua, who is his brother in law? He put into power?

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Say last who

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say had been knouse he's also of course from Benny omega. He put into power Marley, maybe soufiane. Who is his father's cousin's son, of course old anyway. He puts into power I'm loving, saddened me sad. Who is his?

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His cousin, excuse me, I'd love an ominous his cousin. He puts into power of love and saddened me sad who is his

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brother through breastfeeding. Okay. Now,

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we all we all have this this

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assumption. We assume that when someone puts a lot of people into power, they're these useless people. They're, they're chilling, you know, on their couches, and you have a ruler saying, okay, you're the Minister of Finance. You're the Minister of Interior. You're the minister, whatever. You know, that's, that's the image that we have in mind that these are just some useless people that were put into positions of power. But if we look into their CVS, well, amazing people, amazing people, or at least to some extent, well, there's there's an issue with with one or two of them, but we'll see as to why those issues are irrelevant. So for example, in a way lead when akba

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is actually the conqueror of Armenia and Azerbaijan. Okay, so Michelle likes a good CV.

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All right.

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Now, after he is so during which year was it?

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A few years into his his rule if I'm not mistaken.

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Yeah, the year 30. The year 30. Say so basically in when he'd been Aqua.

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He's a man. He sends his drinking. And he prays fetcher while drinking apparently.

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I'm not sure about that. I do know that he was called drinking, and therefore, he was taken to Earth month. There is a narration that says that he was drinking. I don't know about the authenticity of this narration that he was drinking. He was praying fecha when he was done with Vegeta

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that he said to them, though, they said, You prayed for records, and he said, Do you want me to pray some more than he was like, as we say, for billing, the hollyanne is on top of the on top of the palm tree. Okay, so

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what happens?

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All right, it's good. All right. Okay, so what happens is earthman says, look at look at so this is a point against our human rights. He puts a drunkard into power. Okay, well, first of all, we don't know about it. We don't know about it. What do you know about drinking before? We have not heard of this? He's, he's taken to earthman and earth man. His brother in law's brother in law, his stepbrother. He has the man flogged. Okay. This is Yeah, this is justice. Yes, the man flogged. Halsey stripped off his position. He puts in his position, said bill Ross. Again, so isn't my way he's his relative. So this is a bad Mark against earthman. Right. The thing is, say I'd been asked

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again, he's not. He's got a good CV as well. He is the conqueror of tableau, Stan, and Joe john. And the reason that we read the Quran, because a blast is one of the two main writers of the Quran, they'd been celibate and said, mullahs, they're the two heads of the committee. So every time you read the Quran, this is inshallah and the editor, the Misa, the Morzine of Hassan not cybil us okay? All right. So Mashallah is so far so good. He says this, he also has a great CV.

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I'd love an AMA

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Masha Allah

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the Muslims themselves like him, so no one had no one apparently had a major issue with that Levin ama. He's the Conqueror Ferraris a beloved inside maybe sir. He's the conqueror of Africa. Okay, the Annie, everyone Mashallah has a great CV, malleability, soufiane. He actually wasn't even put into power by Earth man, he was put into power by Roman. And in his time, he conquered the Cyprus and earthman extended his power throughout all of a sham, and not just the mesh, he initially just had the mesh, so extended that so much online, and overall, it seems like earthman didn't really do too bad of a job with his choices, and we'll get to inshallah, later on as to why this stuff is very

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ironic, in part two of this short series in sha Allah. Now, there's a very important matter, which is,

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what is the reason? Is there any other ulterior motives as to why this rebellion occurred? Because if you think about it,

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the fortification of the man

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in Medina, for the camels, what does this have to do with you if you're in Egypt? Or if you're in bussola? Or if you're in Kufa, what does this have to do with anything? And to be honest, it doesn't really make much sense. However, if you look into the books of history, you'll find that there seems to be a personal motive involved into the death of money. And this

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and remember what I said earlier about Seidman, being

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not allowed to enter the Kufa this has a lot to do with that. So what happens in the year 33 segment house gathers some coupons, some honorable coupons, perhaps not too honorable. But he gathers some coupons and he's with one of his guards. Nice. And there's a discussion that occurs.

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Someone says I think it's some of the cool things they start praising Allah subhanho Masha Allah, He is a very generous man. And I believe it was said he said, Of course he's generous. He has the sausage sausage, I believe it's called an a sausage. The shot just had the sharpest edge, an area and fought us apparently,

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between forests in Iraq from not mistaken

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very wealthy, bountiful land that

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had sort of natural football had to be generous. So remember, who is who's the guard, the fourth one says, I wish that you had the sell out of the Iraq. I wish you had this award for the Kufa and then you could be even more generous, say eight. Now the issue is this land is the land of the coffins.

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And the coffins they flipped out. They start to attack the cornice. They beat him up in the mejlis I think they even beat up his son in the mejlis. Which is ironic. I mean any

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Just just crazy. So this is the this report is narrated by, unfortunately, Stephen Armada Tamimi, who we spoke about previously earlier on. So he's not someone that we can rely upon. However,

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this, this general report is not just narrated by safe, it's narrated by a woman enough, again, who's another liar who's Janya big issue. However, it's all the same ideas now rated while waka de, who's also another liar, but hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah. It's narrated by Al Madani, who's a major reliable historian. Now even the fundamental and he's chain isn't the cleanest chain. However, the very fact that you have all these historians agreeing to the general idea in regards to this report, the test, see if that occurs,

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I'm about to explain suggests that this report is indeed authentic, or at least the general idea behind is authentic. So what occurs is, say bill of rights to Earth man, we have some, we have some major issues here in Kufa, and we need to solve this matter, do something about these people. So if mon has the exiles, and they're exiled to Moscow in a sham, while he has them there, there's a there's a report that says that he was nice to them. There's a report that says that he imprisoned them one law while later on their exile to determine Heartbleed and hemps.

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So these people were like exiled twice, and they're not allowed to re enter the Kufa. Some reports say they are. So basically there's a lot of Yeah, and the the this their position as, as honorable people being exiled back and forth from from land to land is one of the major issues. We soon learn according to them having to city in an authentic report, I believe in 30 halifa.

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He says that one of the secretary Holly for 33 million Urban shabba. He says that one of the conditions that were set by the rebels is that those that are exiled are to be returned.

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Okay. Implying,

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you know, implying that this is an authentic

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narration there's another report that's an article by Qatada

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have been sitting as well and haven't been haven't been helpful I believe. Again, and these sources study halifa Abadi rhetorical Medina,

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which states is this is a very fascinating, very, very fascinating lecture. Very fascinating report. That sucks. I've been so hung sobbing so Han is one of the people that was that was exiled by Uthman. He came to earthman and saw sighs is a name that we should keep in mind. He's going to come up Sharla soon and gentlemen, him and his brothers. Definitely. So Sasha tells, well, first of all, earthman says, Let me talk to one of you

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and negotiate see what's going on. This is when earthman is being surrounded by these rebels.

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And I says to him, you know, Sasa approaches him and earthman says,

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Don't you have anyone else other than this guy? And he says, and he insults him in Arabic, it's, it's a very interesting insult. He calls him he uses a very, very strange insult. He and in any case,

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says we were.

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We were we were we were forced to leave our homes, because we said that Allah has our Lord's Okay, quoting sortal hedge versus 39 to 41. And earthman says, You're lying. That's us, the verses about us. We were exiled from Makkah, we had to leave Mecca because we said Our Lord is Allah. Okay.

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So Subhana Allah, that was a Thurman's reply. So there's all all everything indicates that

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there is a personal motive

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as to why a man was

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surrounded by a man was killed. Now, you and we're going to get into even more detail later on part two, where there's a twist at the end of the story, but you know, I wouldn't want to spoil it now because it really does ruin

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the flow that I'm going with. Okay. So

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okay, so So who are these people that

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earthman had exiled.

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Some are very important.

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names like so there's an agreement by these four historians

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and walk the double McAnuff seminar Omar and then my dad and he they all agree that step number A is one of these people. They all agree that Sasa is one of these people. They all agree that commandment zeod is one of these people can wait has been zeod very common name that we hear about.

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Three of them except safe even mentioned. Zaid bin sohan, the brother of Sasa

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two of them.

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I believe it was a modality and herbal method, if I'm not mistaken, mentioned should I have been over and proposed to hire? That's very interesting, because these two people ultimately become how aardige and fighter alley. So it's very, very interesting. So some of these names you have to keep in mind, especially as your head he's going to show up and in general as well.

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Alright, so yeah.

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Now a very important thing that comes to mind is

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what about the Sahaba? What about the involvement of the Sahaba? This is a very important sponsor, because when we talk about McDowell earthman again,

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I mean, it's it's obviously best if you hear it from me.

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I'm going to provide you inshallah with any authentic information without the exaggerations without the lies. And yeah, I know what I'm talking about shuttler. So you have two camps in regards to the Sahaba that were involved, or not involved, but the Sahaba were alive at the time, you have pro earthmen companions. Of course, this means that you have anti earthmen components. The problem with my companions include the element.

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Alright, and hasn't been really you have a bunch of narrations, interdimensional travel Medina, especially, there's a good number of narrations that speak about the lesson defending earthman being the last person to leave Earth man, always sticking with Earth man, there's a narration about him being attacked as well.

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I'm having Muslim Of course, my beloved I'm sorry, I haven't been said, um, excuse me, I Beloved, to set up

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the ex Jewish item

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about hurayrah. And downside, of course, very, very famous of reports by Don salt, that unslotted came to earthman. And they said yes, with mine allow us to be the unsought twice,

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once during time, colossal losses, and them and now with you.

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And of course, now you have the issue, which is those that's where anti earthman and by antifa. Of course, I don't mean that you had Sahaba that wanted earthmen dead. What I mean was that there were some Sahaba that were against policies of earthman and that they were initially on the side of the rebels when it came to the rebels demands. So

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firstly, we have Ayesha, as I've mentioned earlier, Now, of course, who is Russia? Who was Russia, as we all know, the closest wife total loss in them.

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She was, of course, it was even opponents of Russia as we shall soon see, in the second lecture, testify that she has the wife photos will also send them in Jenna.

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We also know that that issue is where in the house of outages were also lost and passed away. So it goes without saying that Alisha has a really high status in our eyes. So what caused Asia, of course, to have this negative opinion of mine? Well, she says to herself, as I mentioned earlier, she gives her three reasons, the youth that were put into power, the fortification, and, of course, the wet pink and the beating with a sticks that we don't really have any information about.

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Now, I show goes on to say

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that we were angered for you due to this. However, we would be unjust if we were not angry at you for transgressing in three,

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and the sanctity of the alpha and the sanctity of the land within Medina, and the sanctity of the month, meaning the ledger

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and our issue is repentance. Of course, her act of showing remorse was

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seeking the blood of man.

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Now as for all her allies, we all know is one of the 10 that's promised paradise. Valhalla was paralyzed or his hand was paralyzed during the day for her. And palha was of course with also loss I'll send them in all his bags.

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With the exception of

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Allah Subhana, Allah

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there there is a one theory as to why he felt

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negative towards earthman. In my opinion, it's because

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Paul has actually the reason why the man is in power. Now, you know, flashed back 10 years or 12 years earlier.

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The reason why earthman is in power is because I'll put the six in Shula and three of them abdicated their positions, and you had their alley. You had Zubair abdicating his position for Eileen, and you have palha abdicating his position for earthman. So Paul hanaway felt responsible for anything that a man would do. He felt that, you know, he is to be accountable. And it's due to that man himself. But bulka himself felt that earthman was perhaps doing a worse job than he did. And that's why Paul had didn't really do much in support of

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now

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palha

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himself again, his act, in showing remorse was he also was with the show when they were seeking the blood fourth one.

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Paul himself when asked, and this is a and this is a buddy.

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He says, There was from me in earthman

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a matter that there is no repentance,

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except that my blood would be spilt in seeking His blood. That was what Paul have felt

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would be sufficient, as repentance for him.

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And Sharla will continue with that in the next lecture. And to see of course, how that's happened.

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The Killers of earthman were their killers of the mind from the Sahaba.

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So now we have like people who are anti women, but does that mean that there are killers of women? No,

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I did not clear with women

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who are the killers of women. So,

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this is Bella V is mentioned as a Sahabi. That Hildreth man

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now was winner this video, we are so happy.

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I honestly did not find evidence of him being so happy. The other issue is, or the other person that was accused of killing northman. Or actually that it's not an accusation. This is a fact. I'm having a bucket killer for the month.

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Now it hasn't muscley does not come home now. He calls him faster. This was his nickname, and fossa.

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And

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what does this mean to us? What does this mean to us? It's possible that you can have someone whose son a co worker, so did you have you have somehow the son of Noah?

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Who was a disbeliever it's not something any crazy out to the world for the son of Obasanjo to be

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a foster. Also keep in mind,

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what does this mean to the concept of identity? Sahaba Does this mean that oh helaas have an overcapacity because the pastor could therefore no more either the Sahaba Is that it? Well, first of all, I'm having a colossal dip was like an infant. When I was little so Sanam was passed away. So he doesn't really count as a Sahabi. So you can just get that off your mind. And to be honest, I haven't found anyone who was a Sahabi. That was definitely involved in Mother Earth month. And in the middle of the month. However, even if there was, even if there was, it wouldn't be an issue. This is not and the concept of adult Sahaba. We treat examples like these as exceptions, and we do

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find them off the path of doing this. We find them I like him, that'd be about doing this. This is something that's perfectly normal.

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Lemelson, I did this as well, and everybody does this as well. And you'll find you'll find this in their works when speaking about questionable Sahaba they have no issue saying this guy is an exception. Also keep in mind that the Sahaba I think this is this is a lengthy topic maybe inshallah, in the future we will discuss this because this really is definitely a lengthy a lengthy topic, but just want to keep I just want to have you guys keep in mind that even if we assume that there is

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any hypothetical fossil fuel hobby,

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we treat this person as an exception. Okay, so

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what does this what does all this have to do with the gentleman?

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The lesson, the lesson What does this have to do with a gentleman?

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Well, we now we we have an idea what the motivations of the killers of earthman were we have any 80% idea inshallah. We'll

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We'll get to a bit more in part two.

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We do know now of the motivations of Russia and palha.

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And why they specifically are the ones seeking vengeance for anyone that you connect the dots. They felt guilty. Exactly. Because they as opposed to any alley did what he could hasn't did what he could have already said. All these people did. I shouldn't have I didn't do anything. They felt so guilty. They are the ones that took action

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of course with Isabella as well and love Isabel, and inshallah we'll get we'll get to that.

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And most importantly, perhaps, we now have an idea as to why Allie didn't take much action after the death of earthman

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Why didn't really take action?

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When the idea Were you able to connect the dots?

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Ah

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yes, he tried to do all he could and there's another reason that I mention this. I don't know if I mentioned this. The other reason is self done been home run in two GB the killer of Earth man was killed.

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He was killed on the same day. And this report is narrated authentically, but hasn't muscley it's intelligent Medina.

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I want to Bill him also mentioned this. A bunch of historians mentioned this. They speak about two GB being killed. So for a while, in Haley's perspective, the killer of Earth man was killed colossian II, and there's not much more that we can do.

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Now in the view of

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Baja, zware, Asia, and tomorrow, we're Lalalalala we're killing everyone who had anything to do with the death month.

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And too large to a large extent.

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shala part two.

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Any questions, guys? What is?

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The brother asks a very good question. When is part two?

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Well, hopefully hopefully next week. shekels Okay, you good. All right. Any other questions?

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I'm afraid of your questions.

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Yes.

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Of course, your

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elders beard. Yeah. He said something. And then he left you left.

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Yeah. Okay, so there are multiple reports about what's happening. Everyone kind of did. Did he hold earthman and then let earthmen go and left after a month said to him, this is not your place. Oh, son of my brother.

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No, that's that's not authentic.

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The more authentic reports which is the fourth lesson bacilli is I'm having a workout signaling to a man to come and kill it with man. That's the more authentic reports.

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Yeah.

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Yes, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. This is this is almost a motto water. If I'm not mistaken. There are so many examples of Sahaba telling us man, you were going to come and defend you, the them putting on their armor coming ready for a bottle and earth mind is telling them to leave to leave. And this is due to a narration

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You know, there are a bunch of narrations from our solar system that imply that Earth one is going to well not imply even explicitly say that he's going to go through a hardship

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as the man himself speaks to

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an mahira blackness.

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The movie Robin lochness.

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And movie era tells her mind is also an authentic report.

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I can't recall the source of though

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it's it's either technically Medina or maybe shaybah. And he basically says to him something along the lines of what's the most they can do to you? Can they can do anything to you after you're dead, you know, etc. So he, basically

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Yeah, he makes her accepting of what's about to occur and if man didn't want the bloodshed

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There are two narrations

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emotionally connecting the story. What is the reason the processor bought? The dream that you

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will see them in a dream, asking you to not remove them?

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Yeah.

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Okay, so so you spoke about a dream. The Dream doesn't say that there's there's a hadith that says, there's an authentic hadith. From from the hadith of Ayesha, in whichever samosa Sam says, If Allah

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gives you

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like a shirt, and you are asked to remove the shirt or for some other shirt, then don't remove the shirt, something along those lines, that's definitely authentic. However, the dream that you're referring to, is a narration that in which the mind is set or, or if the mind says I had a dream last night, and I dreamt that I was with a soloist I sent them and he said fast today because you will be having a fight with us tomorrow. And this report seems authentic. From the narration of Norfolk and Omar. However, there's more authentic report that says nothing alone, and not even Omar. Enough, it wasn't there. So there's this hidden defect in the chain. So we cannot assume that this

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is authentic.

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We can't we can't assume this as authentic. As for

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the reports that say that the blood of rathmann was spilt on forsake fecal Mullah.

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I'm not sure about the authenticity of that. It is found in law in a lot of reports. I can't speak about the authenticity. If not, however, you'll find some masaf Okay, out there. If I'm not, yes, again, some multiple massage if, okay, if I'm not mistaken, that all have

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tomato juice on specifico Humala. Okay, yeah, tomorrow, because it's not blood. Basically, it's fake blood or something. Yeah. So basically, someone has a very old must have, he wants to have to gain popularity, will you? And yeah, they'll put some tomato juice and that's pretty much it.

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I want to test

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the

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affiliate

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wasn't like a surprise to them. They are wasn't an anticipated event for the Sahaba for the people of Medina, because and also just related.

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Yes, yes. This was attached. It was towards the end of the area, so leaving him

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alone.

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You're correct. Okay. But very briefly, you're correct. 100% there was they did not know. Sega. Okay, thank you, sir. So chef Michelle asked a good question, which is, did they anticipate this did the Sahaba anticipate this because there was at the time some people want to hedge as well, with money even sent in a bus to lead hedge at the time.

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It does not seem like it was anticipated to be honest. There's a report by Arshavin saying that this was not expected.

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Of course, of course, if I knew this was gonna happen, she would have done something about it as well and inshallah much more in regards to both her and Aisha

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in the general lecture inshallah,

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part two of the question

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later, which is

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the other people who were called in the seat

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Yes. went on to become leaders. Yes, yes. Yes.

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Yes, yes. Yes. Insha Allah, I'll go to that. inshallah. inshallah. So my little Estelle's involvement, and those that were involved in the Muslim faith man, that eventually become

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with Allah, the joint alien JOIN US troops, and some of them even having higher ranks shala we'll get to that another explanation explanation of a lot in the next

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lecture.

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So

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it has nothing to do with anything. I would love me to set up. I was, I don't know. I don't know where he was at the time. To be honest. is

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Daniel

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declarations regarding the

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other the situation at all. Like, I know some narrations were mentioned that

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while under siege like some slave of man, shot an arrow on the

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I don't recall. I don't recall anything authentic.

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Yes, yes, yes. Yes. Yeah, yes.

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Yes.

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Okay.

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So the issue with these with these reports that give more detail is that so some of them come from

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I will show Sure. abasa de Mola besides Joe Haim, and for Harry, and who else? kwinana Mola, Sophia. Now, the issue with these three people, and they do give some details

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is that we don't know anything about them. There's there's a big question mark about them, their status, their credibility. And sometimes we find information from these people that are

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too detailed. So I stuck with the narration has an bacillary from WhatsApp who is also

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a servant of man. However there is there is

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significant, there's there's a valid reason for us to trust his reports, which is he did take parts and the guy comes out if they're injured, basically, you know, it's not like we know nothing about this person.

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So yeah, I'm sticking specifically with the safest information. And I'm saying and definitely we can definitely look into these reports these reports by anonymous eyewitnesses, because yes, they are anonymous, but they are eyewitnesses. And definitely we can study these reports and come to a conclusion as to which of these details have strength or not, we can do that. But I mean,

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that would be like a topic for another day, the details of specifically what happened to us.

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So yeah, I just chose the safe route. Because this lecture wasn't target was the main focus isn't how Uthman dies, but rather, why was he killed and Who killed him?

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That was my intention from this.

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What will I believe is the personal reason that was the main because I mean, if you think about it, the personal reason is

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it is petty but like you if you have a grudge, you know, if you have a grudge you will do some crazy things.

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But in the bigger context, I think it's interesting if you look at it from the understanding that it

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was like a huge thing to be exiled and you

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know, your rights, right. Chef was saying that being exiled itself. that's hurting your pride too. It is a form of humiliation, no doubt, and lashed out himself. By the way lash style is one of the people that took part in the sides, preventing side from entering and look what look what it led him to do, preventing the representative of the Khalifa from entering a Kufa and then ultimately him himself, gathering troops and going to Medina. It's not a small thing.

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