Intellectual Seerah #4 From Birth to Prophethood

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa, I can't. So how you guys doing and welcome to the fourth session where we're talking about the CLI. And we're filming this in the midst of a very heavy and very hard conflict. And obviously, our hearts and our diets, our supplications, are with the people in Palestine, we make diet for them to have complete victory, and that they're the people that have been killed, that they accepted that show her that as much as, and we seek solace from Allah subhanaw taala. And to make our hearts tranquil in this situation, because it's causing us a lot of grief, and sadness, frankly. And we look to things like the seal of the Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu

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Salam and his life as a means of trying to inspire us.

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And to give us solutions, frankly, for these kinds of things as well. So today, inshallah we're gonna be talking about is from the Prophet Hasulam birth, up until the way so we'll stop at the point where he receives what he and her Hara. It's big coverage. from a time perspective, we're talking about effectively,

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how many years until about four years of the Prime Minister son's life now you can say, how can you cover four years in two hours, there's two or three things to say about that.

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The first is to say that we don't actually have that much information in this time period, especially when we talk about the authentic Sierra, because the writing about the Prophet Muhammad Salah someone's life actually took place mostly for the most part after he became a prophet because obviously the significance of that. Now there are some bits of information which give us a skeleton or a timeline or an understanding of exactly what happened on the premises or slums in his childhood and his upbringing and these kinds of things. And that's what we're going to be focusing on, but as a means to try and get you guys, you know, the juices flowing and thinking, we're going to start

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with an exercise and the exercise is going to be the following. We are going to give you a slide, it's gonna be the first slide in this thing, where we're going to play a game effectively. We're going to do a competition or game or something. Yes. What are you doing? I've been talking too much. I realized that this needs to be more interactive, and it's going to be the following. This is going to be the the challenge. I'm going to give you guys five minutes. Okay. And what I've got in the next slide is the problem how Saddam's lineage. So Mohammed ibn Abdullah Abdulmutallab inevitable Talib, etc etc. The game is of type name and that's all we have that's authentic Adnan disfigure

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from magnetic smile whatever we have there is not authentic so from the Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem until and then that's where the authenticity is, in terms of the lineage of the Prophet also salam beyond that there's nothing completely authentic the game is done or is to look at the names and see how much you can memorize of the of the names.

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So I will give you five minutes and then you will memorize Yeah, so for example, how many how many forefathers of the Prophet you can memorize? Okay, five minutes your time starts now.

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All right, very good. Okay, so I'm gonna choose some people

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are random and see how much you guys have have done it let's see who does the most obviously the ones who are asked first to have an advantage have sort of lost who have the advantage right? So Shachar put everything away. You haven't come for a long time you got to start on the right hand side no no, I start with the ones who are most experienced and you've been in this Sapiens for for wiser now two and a half years so it should be that you have

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no this is a

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Muhammad salallahu Salam in Abdullah

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Abdullah have not been allotted

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one second, there's like a there's like a there's like a line

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to say no. Once like once you only get one more chance. Like Relax Relax, relax, relax, relax. My bathroom rule.

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Muhammad Abdullah

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Hashim. Okay

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Nicolas, Nicolas.

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Okay, so you I'm giving you four. So your score is four right now. Okay, yeah. Okay, it's off man.

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Tell us so.

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Abdullah Muttalib And Hashem Eben

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Abdul Manaf Ibn Qusay get lab

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because of F. No. Okay. Where do you get 676? Yeah, six. Okay.

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60 So you're winning at the moment? I'm okay with that. Okay, Mohamed

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Mohamed Salah Salem

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even even Abdullah bin Abdul Muttalib even Hashem had been Adam enough had been positive and Caleb

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even more haha you're seven you're the currently you said one chance? No No You're winning. Oh, it's been kind of okay delay even law lib it of fear of Aragon I'll accept Alex fr

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I'll go What's that nine? Was it 10? Can we count

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nine 911 No?

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are you sure about this? One? Two?

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Hashem three yes wow wow unbelievable unbelievable okay

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you want to wait for close your eyes

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alright let's go because all of the time you left us you've left us so now you have to wake it up go and tell me now

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told you in Hashem

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even Manasa

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okay, what is that 123456 Is that six was

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in Gabi How are you currently this 12345678 Yeah, right.

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Is it ready brother?

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I don't know what it is but I think you're gonna do quite well.

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Let's see. I see some some confidence in this guy's face. Let's go for it.

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Even Abdullah bin Abdul Muttalib a bin Hashim bin Abdul Manaf a bin

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he'd been to say he'd been

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he'd been Caleb you've been more of a even carb you've been Louis

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you've been living

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in fear you've been Malik you've been another

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and this is

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how many

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I got another

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Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam even Abdullah

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Abdul Muttalib bin Hashem

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ever been to say no, we have this one we got one more chance

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in club now this one before we thought before to say

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now it's good that you if you had that you would have got a good score. Right?

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more for like this. Okay. Mohamed Salah Salem, Abdullah Abdullah Muttalib Hashem Hashim

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abdom enough

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to say

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say kill up

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mera mera. Mera la z la-z. No, no.

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Finger Melissa says none of this one before.

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It's not less it is no eight by the way, but keep this one before

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Okay, so

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is often more harsh. Is it not lovey, lovey? Why?

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All right now I think I was I was looking at a different

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name it was crazy.

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I think

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the game

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okay, one second how much sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Ibni Abdullah bin Abdul Muttalib Ibni Hashem Ibni Abdul Manaf even a casa de Nicola

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Ibni even if CACIB Nicola Ibni Maura Ibni ebony.

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Ebony Maura.

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Ibni Louie la Mora. Ibni mudra aka

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affordably. Okay, sipping cap

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niqab even niqab Nilu. A

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good school, right? I was reading from the wrong list.

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Minuses exactly

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nicop A

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enough fair

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enough fair opinion Malik Ibni another Ibni Kwinana Ibni Hoceima Evany

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even alias yeah Ibni Nether

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muda muda muda

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even if Nikki Nana is implicated because

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you would have won if you had won none of the

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above shall be or should be should we are sorry. Now you're gonna be caught up from no one.

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Shamir Shamir has won the competition I had.

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I had, when I saw his face, I saw everyone's face, his face had this quiet confidence, I just knew that he was gonna win.

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Anyway, well don't do.

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Who got second place, by the way? Okay.

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I think

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seven actually, because if you counted the province name, I got seven. So I'm a first list and I'm gonna

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it on random.

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But you know what well done to everyone, because we don't need all that. I mean, we don't need to know all of that. But even if you know, four or five of them, it's better than knowing only one or two of them. I mean, it's sometimes it's quite embarrassing. Some people they only they don't even know the name of the Prophet Sassanids. Father.

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And this is one of the when I went and saw this one of the Islamophobes assets. And so you he said, I'm an expert. And I've done I've done the reading. I said, So what's the father called? He didn't know his dad's name. So that's, that's too much like we need to make sure that okay, the father, grandfather, great grandfather, that that saves you from being a Gentile on the issue.

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At least you don't need to know the names. Anyway. So what we do know about the performance, Arsalan was that he was born in about an hour.

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And he was born on a Monday and on those two points that are well, on Monday, there's no difference of opinion, there is a difference of opinion as to what day it was. Okay, and the majority say it's a tough day, even though some say it's the ninth and there's nothing decisive, authentic on this. Like if there was a decisive authentic hadith of worth nine to 12 wouldn't be a difference of opinion. But the fact that so that's one thing. Another astrologist called Muhammad Basha. He said that this is this will be the ninth of

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April, April 571, what day would that be? The ninth of April? I think so. I don't know what he said. But we'll have to find out what he said. But he said this will be April facility one, Gordon.

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And there is a Hadith which i By the way, I did some work looking at each of these Hadees to see if the authentic or not like what I'm about to tell you now. So I'm gonna go into a bit of a hadith analysis. On each of the things. There's a hadith, there's many different Hadees about wonderful Islam was born, some kind of light emanated from his mother, so like salah. Now, there are some Hadees which have been shown to be inauthentic. But there is there there is a Hadith saying or there are Hadees saying that she there was a light coming from my mother from his mother. Though a lot of us had this with with that brevity, that there was some kind of light or that she thought of she had

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a dream or some kind of like There is Hadith like that which are authentic. But there are ones which talk about the different towns in the sham and that one is inauthentic. Like the ones which have embellished detail about where the light emanated to and stuff like that these ones are inauthentic. But in general, there is a Hadith which are authentic, which say that some light emanated from his mother, which of course is one of the he would say the most

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miracles are one of the things

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which indicates because it's the only symbolic in many ways. We believe it's a literal thing that happened. But it's also symbolic in the sense that it symbolizes the light coming to humanity.

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And what we know is that after the, you know, the Prophet Muhammad, Allah Salam, the Cirrus say they're a literature says that he was sent to the desert, as many of you will know, this was the custom of the Arabs. And he was sent to that because in the in the modern, or in the, in the cosmopolitan cities, there was more disease, there was more physical disease, people were a bit more rough. The language wasn't as pure. So people were sent to the villages. And he was cycled by a particular woman called Habemus. Sadie, a heavy Masada Yeah. And there are Hadith, I tried to look for them, which say that as soon as he came into my life, basically all these, those a halo of good

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fortune that basically came about, you know, she had her own son who wouldn't cycle and it would cycle, the goat and all these kind of things I couldn't see, couldn't find the authentication like Hadith, which at the level of authentic

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referring to these things. Having said that, it's so common these that particular narration, that almost every sealer that I've come across, does actually mentioned this.

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What is

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is what is what is clear is that he's

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this incident, which is

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the opening of the of the of the chest of the Prophet Hamza, Martha, this has mentioned a Muslim. In fact, there's more than one Hadith about it. So when the Prophet SAW Selim got to a certain age, he was playing around the

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Bible, sad kids, because Battlestar was a particular tribe where he went out with them. And he was with the Beatles had kids. And one day a man came, he grabbed the Prophet Muhammad, Salah Salem, Hindi, opened his chest, obviously, because it has to be a miracle. He took his heart out, put it into a basin, which is golden. And he removed the impediment inside of it, which was have shaytan or effectively what the devil, the devil's influence from that, and then he really puts it into the chest of the problem house, and the kids, the kids when they thought that the Prime Minister had been murdered. Now, this is an extraordinary event. Obviously, it's one that if secular person was

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here, and said, This is a kind of fairy tale, this is actually a kind of legend. And the fact is, I think it's important for us to mention that assumptions have been put on this issue. And I'll tell you what should wear them important issue. The first is that people say, Well, why the heart. And this would indicate that there's something about the heart, which has a cognitive ability, maybe, although it has some kind of spiritual, why the heart, we know now, the human being he is a cognitive human being, or the cognition happens in the center of the brain.

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So I'm being a materialist here. I'm just like arguing the point since they're Muslim. This story, in the beginning of this era of the Prophet Muhammad was of life, where the prophet was taken, and his thought was, his heart was taken out and the black spot of his heart was washed and stuff like that. It makes no sense. Because even if we see this evilness in the human being, why would it be located in the heart in a physical sense? And then there's a secondary thing, which is to say, look, the Quran even indicates, and this I think, is in the next slide. The Quran even indicates Yes,

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actually, the one or two that

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the Quran even indicates,

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and the Hadith indicates that the heart itself is a sensitive condition.

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For example, there's two areas they'll break. But before that, there's a hadith that there is a part of the body, either solid, solid to solid

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is the province or solid state and a hadith after when he became a prophet, he said that there is a part of the body that if it's rectified, the entire body is rectified.

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Yeah, Ella heal. And that part of the body that medulla, that part of the body is the heart. And in fact, as a as in the Quran, two in particular,

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which is sort of the hutch, for example. For example, it says,

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The shade of it is, well like in Tamil coloniality for pseudo. Now, it's not the upside. It's not the visions in social hydrat mentioned in chapter 46, verse 46, it's not the visions that become blind, but it is the hearts inside the visions which become blind. I'll tell you what, why I'm bringing this to your attention, because this is what they say the materialist is saying, Look, if you look at the Quran and Sunnah, it's clear and with the story, it's clear that what's happening is that the Islamic narrative indicates that the heart is the center of consciousness and it's the center of cognition, not the brain, which shows you a backward understanding of the scientific

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process, which actually indicates to us that most of our conditions happen in the brain. And they say, look at this verse in the Quran, it corroborates the situation that

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happen, because you've got here the Jakarta called solder of the Prophet Muhammad salah, because the opening of the heart, you've got these verses in the Quran, you've got this other Hadith, which indicates that the Quranic understanding is there's something about the heart itself, which is a backward ancient understanding, which shows you that Islam is not in line with science. This is the kind of Shovelhead that come from with the kind of doubts that come from this line of thinking. So there's two areas that they use in the Quran, one social Hutch and the other one in Surah Telara, where the end of it says

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lamb kulula Coronavirus, you mentioned Yeah, they have hearts that they don't understand with those hearts. So here's les of Kahuna bi,

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effectively is understanding so it's indicating that there's some kind of understanding happening in the heart. This is the this is how they build the case. The answer to this is as follows.

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First of all, if you look at this FCL of chapter 22, verse 46, which talks about the work, we're lacking Daemul capabilities so door, that certainly it's the hearts that become blind. Even the seller have understood this to be a kind of, if you like spiritual blindness, and I'll explain to you how that for example, I've mentioned here, Qatar dimensions.

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So actually, let's go to Mujahid Bucha had mentioned there's two kinds of there's two kinds of visions, there's visions that come from the two eyes of the faint head. And then there is a vision that comes from the heart, which is a spiritual vision. So you can already look at the setup and say it's a spiritual vision and these kinds of things, it's not necessarily to be said that the vision is actually the vision of

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Yanni the way we, for example, I see this bottle, that what is being referred to is that the hearts are blind, that I can see this bottle, I cannot see this bottle, that Mujahid would indicate with through his words would go to the visual the law of the of the faculties and on, on the head, which are the eyes, for example, the divisions and so on. So this indicates where the self understood from this a kind of, I'm gonna say metaphoric meaning, or a spiritual meaning at least the the self or the spirit like that. But there's more to be said about this.

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Topic. He also mentioned that actually, this, this particular area came down in the book to who was blind. And the, as you knows, he was one of the people that get by then and stuff. And the messaging to that was that it's not really the blindness of this dunya of this world, which is problematizes, the blindness of guidance. So although Tom was blind from one perspective, he was

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he had vision from another perspective, just spiritual perspective. That's why the air came in his talking about him. So already you can see from one perspective, when Allah says, we're like in Tamil Kubelet? If so do the other hair or the blindness that is talking about in that Hearts is not the blindness of the of the eyes effectively, you know what I mean? So, that's all the visions from one perspective. However, having said this,

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the question of whether Apple comes into play the apple is, the word is shorthand for rationality, or the intellect. Does Islam indicate that the Archon is in the brain? Actually, there's no Hadith and it's true, there's no Hadith and there's no Quranic verse that says that the occult, or the idea of the intellect of the human being, or consciousness or anything like that is located in any one place.

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With the hull of the apple, where is that? This is the MaHA means where's the location of the icon? There is no indication the Quran sunnah damn hell of the article or the location of the occult or the intellect is in the heart or is in the brain or is in the soul or anywhere in particular, which is why we Tamia quoting ama demon humble by the way, which as you know, a person who was very strict on the literal interpretation of answer now, he actually said that this was their theory and this is not based on us, but he said that whether akal is where the heart is filled up with information, then the information goes to the brain. This is the the understood the brain is having the early

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scholars, it will tell me I mentioned understood that battle is in two different places effectively isn't the brain and isn't the heart the other sort of like that it's more than one place? So this is one interesting thing.

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This I've given you the references for that as well. So the question is, is it in the brain because a lot of the early scholars especially from the philosophers like even rushed in those guys will say no, it's in the brain it will see this and always in the brain. The other guy said no, it's in the heart. And there's other guys third party said no, it's in both the ACA isn't

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in both

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alcohol it's actually it's very interesting I did a research one time as well. What is that? How is it even

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defined in this article? Intellect is defined as read easy to me easily insert on a cell hierarchy, always some kind of

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hurry is literally an M

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an impulse, which distinguishes the human being from other animals. So the idea of akl is a conceptual idea. It's not really effectively located in one place. And this definition is somewhere. It's in most places like as Alia, think regions, it's definitely Potamia mentioned this, and many other people as well. Having said that, though, it does indicate like I mean, let's be honest, the fact that the physical heart was taken out of the, of the body of the pronounces,

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it indicates there's something going on with the physical heart.

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Because if we say the whole thing is metaphoric, I don't think that would be giving justice to what we are witnessing here. Yes, these days, no Quran, you could argue, as we have and shown that okay, it's not talking about actual physical material blindness, it's talking about spiritual blindness, okay, fine. But the second day I which is the global, global left Kahuna, BIA that they have hearts, which they don't understand with, it could indicate very clearly that their heart has a cognitive function.

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And the the fact that the heart was taken out of the body of the Prophet Muhammad, Salah, Salah, and then put into a basin, which was gold, and rushed with some some water. And something was taken out of the heart indicates there was some there is some level of interactivity between

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the heart maybe and the soul maybe? Or to go to go further that the heart has some kind of cognitive function.

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Did any other prophet go through the same procedure? As I've come across? No, I haven't come across that. Okay. Yeah.

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Yeah, I wanted to ask you, you know, the notion of the heart having some kind of feeling,

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you know, how, follow what your heart says, follow, you know, don't follow your brain and that kind of notion. Yeah. How did that come into play? In the first instance? Do you know like, even before Islam? Because I want to understand why they even put the heart into play it? Well, I mean, I'll tell you, this is something which many cultures believed in, in the past, heartbroken, even though a lot of the stuff that we see nowadays is there. The question is, is there any scientific basis for this, and you'll be surprised. Now there is look at the next slide.

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There have been, and there is a plethora, now, it's almost undeniable, of scientific information, which indicates that there are a bundle of neurons in the heart, which have the potential of cognitive process. In fact, there's a whole Institute in California called the Heart Math Institute. And they specialize in looking at the cognitive process of that.

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And so they say, why is 80,000 40,000 is much less than the maybe 10s of hundreds of millions of neurons in the brain. But nevertheless, there are, there are neurons in the brain in the heart, which have the ability to think effectively, and they call this the brain in the heart thesis, and you could do your own research in your own time. But this isn't peer reviewed scientific journals.

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So already, even if one thinks it's enough, and if someone says for the sake of argument, yes. Why is the Quran says

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that you cannot deny that there is some kind of connectivity on the material cognitive level, that the heart and I was even reading some of these journals, and it was saying that the heart can actually receive information directly, and then it goes to the brain. And this kind of thing would think through you, like almost fairytale like how could it be. So the idea of being heartbroken, has a physical dimension, it can be heartbroken as they hurt your heart physically, there's something going on with you. So, this is one particular abstract, scientists have reported pain is created by the brain, this is not this is not entirely true. This may not be entirely true pain is not a

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sensory experience, but can also be associated with emotional cognitive, social experiments, the heart is considered a source of emotions desired wisdom, therefore, this, the aim was article to review the available evidence about the role of the heart in pain modulation. And then you can see that he he effectively tells you, there is an effect of the heart and pain modulation.

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And so look at this one here, the next one.

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They do a lot of the research on rats and stuff like that. And this, this is a BBC article telling you about this, the bundles of neurons that are there in their in their rat, and look at this one, this is not just a pump. The heart contains an intrinsic nervous system that exhibits both short and long term memory functions. The intrinsic nervous system of the heart consists of approximately 40,000 neurons called sensory neuron neurons, which relay information to the brain.

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You see, it is possible that these neurons play a pivotal part in memory transfer. What is truly surprising is discovery that the heart also function as an endocrine organ. In other words, like thyroid gland or the adrenal gland, it produces several hormones including cardiac, other entrepreneurs. This by the way.

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This woman exerts its effect on blood vessels, kidneys, adrenal glands, and a large number of regulatory regions in the brain.

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So very interesting because, as you know, neurotransmitters and hormones, they affect how you feel. So it's not only that it's pain and pleasure, but we're talking here about cognition and memory. Yes. You said the two words is about the culture. There is another worse fellow museum filled out of the Fatah kulula home Kowloon, you have Kahuna behind? Yaki Luna via

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the herd is set to do the job of yaki Luna be here but if we go back to that verse, verse again.

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Follow me a pseudo fill out of the Fatah kulula Whom Kowloon you have Kahuna, yaki Luna, beha, well

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yes, Moto Allah can come and Kulu

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the same words, the same words at the end it says, Well, I can tell them I'm color. Blind. Yeah. Blind. That's the first time ever mentioned.

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Like what you just mentioned, there is not like a it's the same way I mentioned yet, but that's the difference. localu life gonna be the first one Flm you seal up the fair coulomb Columbo gonna be our other race now.

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Oh, is it?

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Like it's our cumulative score? That is the A that was the first dimension. Well, that's the beginning of their, I jumped to the end of it. Yeah. That's why That's why, but these are the two main as I mentioned. And in fact, you'd be surprised, if not of a mean, salary scholar. Nowadays, he had the whole discussion about this. For me, he was talking about Yeah, neither of them had heard of that. Called Dima is the cult, the man of the ACA is the Congress of he's saying is in the heart. Lots of scholars took that very, very literally, you will have been Tamia, who was effectively their

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go to person in terms of going to a predecessor. Has this more nuanced view about it's, it's more in the demand, it's more than this or this or that. So you have to look at all of these

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in these things. Yeah. I just wanted to mention some other evidence, because we I don't know if it's authentic or not. I was reading something where, during heart surgery, the one who gets the heart, he exhibits some Yes. Some personality change. Yes. And it's not totally personality change. But he does exhibit some personality change. Yes. Which, which they say it's of the person who's Yeah.

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I've read parts of books, not the whole book, but parts of books of people that say that I've had

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sort of heart transfer

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transplant of somebody else's heart. And now I and the partners and stuff would say that, actually, now we have different like things that we like, we have different, you know, emotions and different things. And it turns out the thing they like, is in line with what the person that gave the heart like paragliding, all of a sudden I was jumping out of planes and do paragliding and stuff like that work with takeoffs. So I think I don't know about how the woman or I lived who actually had to pick out because that's that is one of the hearts that's Hanalei. You can you can that's the only thing I think the only heart that a human being can have a transplant

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portion of it. Is that right? I never complete picker. A portion of an icon was Schwarzenegger has got like a quarter already. Yeah, which explains his recent support.

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But the point is, is that

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that woman that was she was had a pink house, and I don't

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would have been shocking if she went to the farm to start running around that would be

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the size of what Allah says Mozilla called kobika. You know, Allah says he put he sent it down to your heart. Like Allah said about the Quran, he says he sent it down to your heart didn't say that. The Maverick, he didn't say you send it down to your brain. So maybe indeed, the heart needs to be purified in a certain manner. So that it can receive the Quran certain way as well, a lot of them. But certainly there's a desert, there is an interconnectivity, there were a lot of it which can be I'm saying, identified or proven on a material level. And remember, there's there's still a dimension there was a Rowhani dimension, a row is Aluna kind of walk around on the rugby. They asked

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you about the role of the soul to the soul is from the Command of Allah and you don't know about we have not been given of that much knowledge of the, of the of the of the soul. So is the heart the seat of the soul? Is there a connection between the brain, the heart and the soul? These are questions Allah has told us in the Quran, we have not been given except for small large about it. But nevertheless, this whole incident the reason why I bring this to your attention is because if someone now comes and says, Well, your Quran got it wrong because it's talking about the heart as having a cognitive faculty say Wait, hold on. The heart does have a cognitive faculty

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According to peer reviewed, and number two, it's not saying that's only the place the only place with the cognitive faculty, which is why our scholars, even the self said, for example, even Tamia and I'm a madman, that it's a combination of the actual or the intellect of the rationality is a combination of different places. And of them is the heart of them is the brain of them as this maybe the soul as well. We don't know exactly exactly where it is pinpoint them, hell of it. But this is not an argument against Islam. And if anything it's been for Islam is, once again, the attack has become or an argument for us. Any questions on that? Because we say that maybe wisdom comes from the

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heart. And knowledge comes from the brain, I don't know. I mean, like, I don't know where it comes from, it could come from combination of both. Like, you know, what, even

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even Taymiyah, following him said that, when the brain is full, sorry, when the heart is filled up, it goes, the information goes to the brain

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that was based on maybe his understanding of science at the time, maybe his understanding of, you know, processes, we don't have to believe in that because there's no Hadith that says this, the thing that the takeaway from that is, he's, he finds it acceptable to believe just like many of them, that the information is in more than one center in the brain in the body is in the heart is in the brain, he doesn't consider it to be a contradiction to the Islamic texts, it doesn't consider it to be an affront to this incident of the Sierra. He doesn't consider it and so on and so forth. So where where exactly do we have information for what no one actually knows this. These are the things

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like for example, transplants are one of the best ways of finding out and looking at rat hearts and seeing the bundles of neurons and stuff like that. But it shows you is, it's so weird that we thought for such a long time that the heart was just a pump.

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And only recently, we're really getting all this information. So it's not a pump, actually, it's way more complex in that. And it's given credence to all of these things that when people say it's not just a figure of speech was my heart is broken, then it's there is a layer of material evidence now that supports the idea of heartbreak being a physical process,

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a very powerful thing, isn't it? Well, then you know that, you know, it's not just about it. This has implications on psychology has implications on many things, because, you know, it's not just about manipulating the neurotransmitters in the brain.

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Because there could be even your transmitters being affected and that it's not about just manipulate. You're not just a brain and a body. You're more than that you're more complicated than that. Stress. Yeah, stress, like when, if they're saying that neurotransmitters and hormones are affected by the heart processes, then obviously, stress is adrenaline is a stress hormone, right? So so if it affects the adrenal gland, if something in the heart can affect the rate and affect stress, by extension, I mean, when you're stressed out what your body does responding to that, it produces adrenaline. That's what it does.

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There's cases of like old people who've been together 50 years, and once the wife dies, the HUD husband dives a week later. And so many cases of

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heartbreak die from heartbreak, like is essentially a thing, you know. Anyway, so let's move on. So that is one thing, talking about heartbreak and the process, Allah himself suffered a lot of heartbreak. And one of them is that he SubhanAllah. And if you really think about it, I think we don't emphasize this enough. There's a lot to say about the prophet is that he lost both of his parents at a very young age.

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And that really humanizes the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam to people, because when you think about the Prophet house, and why do we always imagine? Okay, yes, he was a warrior. Yes, he was a political leader and a statesman. But what the first thing doesn't come to your mind is a man who lost both of his parents and then lost all of his children except for one,

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that he's suffered the most heartbreak that you can humanly imagine anyone suffering. He lost both of his parents as a child, and he lost all his children as an adult, his wife and uncle in the same years and his wife, and I'm going to send me a loving wife and beloved uncle. So the question is, When did when did he lose his parents and once again, I couldn't find any authentic hadith on either the mother or the father has to work in terms of when the mother passed away, there are three or four opinions are found. One opinion is four years old, when it finishes no results six years old, seven years old. So there's, there's clearly no Hadees that's authentic about this, but it's

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definitely in that time period.

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And it's hack is very staunch in saying that the the Father, the Son died when she was still pregnant with him. So before she gave birth to him, but other people have different opinions of example, one I've come across to two months, I've come across eight months and 28 months. The truth is, we don't know. Because there's no authentic narration that comes down it tells us about this. When exactly that his father passed away, Abdulmutallab died, or his granddad as you know now, because you've done the lineage thing died when he was either two years or eight years. Well, that's a big difference, isn't it? So when did exactly the die? We don't know exactly when he unfortunately

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when he died, but we know that it was when he was a boy. We don't know exactly about this

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fact, but these are some of the opinions. Now, if you could sit

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With the fact that problem Amazon Salam was an orphan, if you consider the fact he was a poor orphan, what does it do? Work, when you're an orphan it creates, it allows you to be empathetic.

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It does, especially with other orphans. And you'll find that the religion of Islam and we don't mention this enough, and I think we should. The religion of Islam is the most ancient religion which discusses orphans.

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No, a Catholic. Yeah. Timika had tiny agenda. It's a Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad Casasola. Me and and the one who looks after the the team, or the orphan is like this. And you've done this in Jannah. And there's so many Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad wa salam, where he's talking about orphans and the Quran talks about orphans a lot.

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So within this app is filled with references to the orphans, and sometimes SubhanAllah.

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Allah mentions orphans and women in the same space, because women, although it's not the same as Yanni, as an orphan has no protection, but she can suffer from a lack of protection as well as Step Two like a finisher, pulley level 50 confusion there are miles left Wilkie Tabea, Tammany said, for example, that they asked you about women, Allah says the Quran, they asked you about women,

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Allah will tell you about women. And what is being mentioned in the book fee attachment is about women who, who have come from an orphan background, particularly if the daddy Lophelia Tama Thank you.

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So as this is the famous verse on polygamy, we don't remember sometimes remind ourselves that it actually came in the context of looking after orphans,

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which shows you that ideal of look, Muslim men in particular are commissioned and Muslim people in general commission to look after orphans in the society to seek them out. Because these are people who have lost the most important

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feel like support system that you can have, which are parents at a very young age. So we are we are commissioned to find the orphan and to protect the orphan and to to help the orphan and obviously knows that happening in Palestine. Of all the negative things that happened, one positive thing has given us an opportunity to go and after this situation, subdues or subsides or the dust settles, then there's gonna be a lot of orphans that we can help. And that's allowing people across the world to have a lot of good deeds from the situation. Because a lot of them have lost their parent lost their parents, you know, you can see how sad it is. It especially people in that context, that we're

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in battle zones in war zones and stuff like that, to seek out the orphan and find out about the orphan is a huge part of the religion of Islam

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is many of us have mentioned about many a hadith mentioned about, but the problem how Salam was given special, like one of the one of the things, he was given a special empathetic spirit, by being an orphan himself, he can even he can associate with the idea of orphan orphan hood, in a in a more deep and meaningful manner. So that's one of the benefits of the protocol and being an orphan. And in addition to that self reliance, because when you don't have the most important self support system, then you're you're forced to fend for yourself. What could I do of reliance on Allah alone. I mean, imagine his parents died, and then his uncle or his granddad died. And then after that is

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when he got a bit older, his uncle died, so everyone is dying that's closest to him.

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Salatu Salam. So this shows you that Allah wants him to attach to Him and rely on him

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directly. And it produces the deepest forms of telecoil

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all lands on our last prototype, so that's clearly one of the things that compassion

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we forget that fact that one out of seven there que la Rahmatullah let me the first lesson was sent as a compassion for all of humankind, as a mercy to all of them, okay.

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And part of that is that he lived the impoverished, he didn't live this luxury, Silver Spoon lifestyle. He did it. A lot of people now want to make the profit for their own agendas into like, almost a middle class or upper class man who's got this big money and it's not He lived a very, very, very difficult childhood. Very difficult childhood and his parents died and his uncle died, and then his wife died. All of these diamonds children died. Like, what more how much more grief can a human being but, and it's really incredible, because I was looking a little bit about the psychology of orphans. And this is goes to the next slide.

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I was looking at and this is because if you think about an orphan, right, what do you think the psychology of orphans gonna be like?

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And so I looked at a couple of a few

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psychological studies and this is one theme one thing that has been said that five themes or scripts, a psychosocial effects of maternal death on participants, namely hunger and food insecurity, unequal treatment in the household, negative psychological emotions, prolonged bereavement, and maintaining silence. If you look at the temperament of the average orphan, when even when they grow older, they have a lot of negative and pessimistic worldview.

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The Prophet Muhammad is such a notable exception

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that it acts as it normally an inspiration for all orphans in the world. Because there's no orphan has achieved what any human event has achieved what the prom has achieved. But it's against the odds. Because if you're an orphan, that you're put in a position where the difficulty of being an orphan, the pathologies that you will acquire the temperament that you would likely have the pessimism that you're likely to have, but the Prophet Hasulam, Kennedy, Archibald fell, actually used to be very optimistic. So how could it be that a man who's who's faced so much difficulty whose family died, his mother died, his father died as I still was able to, to know to be optimistic, but

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let that optimism permeate to an entire polity, such that they become one of the most mighty civilizations, there was never known. Objectively, it's not even a matter of fact, it's not even a matter of opinion. It's a fact.

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A man who's who's who's effectively started as an orphan, you know how to do what rags to riches, there is no rags to riches and always enriches is the wrong word to use. But there is no against the odds story that is more powerful than this story. A man who started as an orphan in the desert, his mum died and his dad died, has become one of the most if not actually, according to them, the most influential man of all time.

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How many names have Muhammad in it? Exactly? You know, I mean, so what I'm saying is, it's a shocking turn around. It's the most inspirational thing I've ever heard in my life is the most inspiration, inspirational thing you'll ever come across. There's nothing more inspiration that you got to come across the nap. And so this is shows you against the odds.

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Okay, so another thing which you will cover, and remember this, you'll be surprised the actual amount of a hadith that relate to the Prophet Muhammad's life before the age of 40, or not that many.

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So we talked about the opening of this chest, because it was an extraordinary event. It's been recorded. And then we have an event which the Prophet Muhammad Salah Salam,

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he met this. He went to Syria with his uncle Abu Talib, very similar, very famous event, many ways, because it's mentioned it all the books of Sierra

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and there are many Hadith that talk about the situation and when he went to Syria, and he met this, this monk of Raheb, Hydra,

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this particular Jewish, right, monk called behind,

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and there's many different Hadees

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different wordings and stuff. But the story goes as follows. He went and he saw, he went to Thailand, and he saw this, this particular I have this particular Monk and the monk said

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to his uncle, he said to him, this is going to be like a prophet. And he said, How did you know? He said, because when I saw him, I saw that the clouds were sheltering him and prostrating to him. And I saw that the trees were prostrating to him. Now, this is mentioned, in many books, as mentioned, delighted over by happy and when many of different places. The hubby has some critical words to say about this particular Hadith. The Hubby, who's a student of Potamia is very big scholar instead of 11, noble and particular in this particular book of Hadith, he says, what are some things about this particular Hadith which are problematic?

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One more thing I should mention is that the Hadith also mentioned that one of the ways that I found that this was a prophet was that he had the seal of the prophets, we're talking about the physical description of the Prophet, we should like an apple and it was the back of his back.

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There are parts of the Hadith as Abby said that there's problematic aspects. For example, the Hadith mentioned our workers.

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And the workers a deck was left he said, it was two years between how could he be the image below. And this was before Billa was even how it was a slave to Abu Bakr Siddiq. So why is he mentioning that?

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And then he mentioned, why would that be being critical here, even though the by the way that sne does,

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surprisingly, like most of the scholars that I've seen that have come across this particular nature of the ratio is authentic. But if that had been, despite the change, being authentic, is criticizing the content of the Hadith. And he's a massive scholar himself. He's saying, look, the chain is authentic, but how could we not be mentioning? Below was nothing? And he's saying, How could it be that the clouds are doing sujood and protecting him and sheltering profit, and then you've got the trees doing at the same time? Why would they need to be both doing it? If one of them is doing it, the animal doesn't need to do it. So

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what do we make of that? I've heard, I've heard some modern Syrah. People talk about it and embellish and say, well, actually, these are legends and fabrications. And it's true that we use some strong language for some parts of the Hadith says munkar some parts of it.

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But to delete the complete Hadith, I think is problematic as well. Because the truth of the matter is that the hadith is authentic narration. Like Barak, for example, the one who were

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Until next I said, look, the Hadith has an awesome, yes, but the aspects of the Hadith which are problematic and that's a healthy way of dealing with the Hadith. A lot of people I can be more than sila, or people that they will say that for example,

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they would mention the point that this hadith, the orientalist, use it I've heard this, orientalist, use it to show how the Prophet got information is an essential part now. How are you going information about other civilizations about Christians about Jews and so on? Because the Quran is filled with stories about Christians and Jews? Surely, then, this offers a suitable explanation. So when he was younger, he went with Abu Talib, and he went to this Raheb, this monk, and this monk probably told him all the stories of Moses and Abraham and Jesus and this one or that one, and he took it, even though I wouldn't, I wouldn't know why he would tell him about Jesus refused to do.

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But anyway, no problem, because he doesn't believe it. But let's say for the sake of argument, you know, he took all these stories, collected them when he was about eight years old, because he must have been

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very intelligent child at that age, memorize all of the stories of the details and came back. And he, this is the idea that he made the Quran using the stories that he got from this particular right, this particular monk. So someone said, or people have said, actually, that's why we should just negate the whole Hadith because it gives ammunition effectively to the orientalist. And some of them say, Well, this idea as well, of the the, the prostration. And all that is legend, and this fantastical, this is the words that they would use this legend and it's fantastical, and we don't need it. But in response, I will say, Well, this idea of the heart coming out and being put in the

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golden plate, for me is more if you want to be materialist be considered by this. And that's to be more legendary and fantastical. So that's not really a good reason to reject a hadith, you can say rejects parts of it for that not to speak, for a long time about rejecting this whole incident that took place, as suggested by somebody and syrupy, but I think is a stretch too far, actually.

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And it shows potentially a backfoot in approach to the orientalist because remember our arguments to your instance, I want to renew this argument of interest is even if you consider, even if you consider all of the stories of the Quran relating to the Old Testament and New Testament,

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which have a correspondence with them. Our argument is the Quran, correct? The Old Testament New Testament. So whatever you want to say about the Quran, that the prophets had some good information from this one, or this one or that one? It doesn't matter because we have a correct we have a correction thesis or we have a correction argument we're making. So whatever you want to say even what you're saying is not correct, because the problem is that I thought I went to Syria, if you went to Syria, how long did he say that was a long time anyway.

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You would have had to say that for a very long time to go through all of the lessons of everyday adolescent with his uncles, uncles sitting there, as if Dunkle now has time as well yet on his hands are sitting there this today we're going to be speaking about Abraham. Tomorrow we're going to do is mine. The other one will speak about this one, and then that one, and they'll go into detail.

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And he was eight years old, and he received the information, he came back and read Quran.

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Yeah, yeah, that assumes that the monk knows everything. He knows everything. So and the monk would divulge all this information to him for what Yanni? What's the what's the incentive of the monk giving him all this information? A boy, a boy coming from the Arabian Peninsula.

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But the undercutting his argument anyway, is the correct narrative. We say okay, well, you've got stories in the Old Testament, we've got stories in the Quran, Aster is correct your stories. So how could even if you say he copied? How did he know what to copy that we will always go to that argument anyway. So the point is, is we shouldn't reject a hadith because of the consequences of accepting it. You reject the Hadith or aspects of it because of the nature of the Hadith, the medicine or the Senate, and the Senate, the site, according to the majority. So if there are aspects that have been which are problematic, then we can reject those aspects and sort of problematic

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regional thing.

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So that's the story of Pyro, any questions on that?

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So sorry, when we're looking at her deeds, for example,

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and we find a say Hadith. You said we can question contents of a hadith instead of rejecting all of edits allow you don't question the content. So who, like for example, they have a question. He's a major scholar of Hadith. If, if we have someone who's done that in the past, we can go and if someone says, Look, I don't this hadith for me.

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I agree with the hubby and therefore, I'm not gonna say you're deviant. I'm not gonna say oh, your Hadith rejecter. You know, is he hasn't reached that level. But what I'm saying is if the motivations of rejecting a hadith is because you don't want to you don't want to give the orientalist an argument, or because it has

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what you consider to be fantastical elements because you live in the 21st century, even though you believe in Hadith, even though the same modern people that make the Sierra Sierra argument would accept a lower level Hadith like a divergent than Hadith which this isn't, by the way, on issues which, and put it in this era and mentioned as if it's fact

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Do you know I mean, even though there's even more problems with what they're mentioning, does that make sense? So it shows that there isn't a consistent policy regarding the authenticity of Hadith in many of the modern seers. If you want to be strict with the authenticity of Hadith be strict with everything, tell everyone like what we're trying to do. Now, this is authentic, this, we don't really know, we don't really, we don't really know. Because it's life. Just do that, if you want to do that, but if you're gonna say that, okay, well, this, I'm gonna be critical of my own self. And then you've got all this baggage of the 21st century, I'm not really interested in, you know, that

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kind of rejection of Hadith for those purposes. You know, I mean, always fantastical is legendary, according to whom yummy, it's not a mirage, is when we cover it, we'll see. And there's going to be a very interesting session, by the way, especially with the physics,

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talk about time travels, and all that kind of stuff. And yes, we all

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sort of manage that happen. When that when the President saw Jana and not, for example, did he? Was he going into the future? Is it possible to go into the future? Is it different to go into the future to go into the past? I mean, Stephen Hawking's, for example, say going into the past is impossible, logically impossible, but going into the future is possible. So if you go, speed and time are connected, so if you go so fast, you can go into the future when the President was taken, was that something which is putting time travel effectively or not? Is a question that we're going to grapple with. But the point I'm making is, if you believe in things like that, to believe in,

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if you believe in situations like that was a solid Mirage, where the prophet saw when he came down, he even knew that saying it to the people, they will disbelieve in him. He knew that, because the Hadith that we covered last two sessions ago says what that he was has eaten.

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The Prophet was has been, he was sad, after it's not in March. And Abuja was there saying, Go and tell the people what you what you told me.

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And then when he told the people, some of the projects that Islam, because it was seemed to be outside of that, like, I can't believe this.

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But he knew, and we said that the proof of authenticity of the Prophet is that he knew that people would reject it, even then, he said, In order to do

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so there are things which in our religion, it took the early generation, a leap of faith, if you like to believe.

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So if we're going to believe in that this stories, here's like the tree doing prostration, or the or the cloud, for me is much less. If I say, well, like if someone in this room said to me, I went to such and such a place and, and then the cloud came over me and I was like, it was prostrating over me protecting me from the sun. I say, I believe you.

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But if someone came to me today and said, Look, I went up into the sky and came back, I said, this guy, have you been taken hallucinogens? Because this is, and it is.

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It's much higher level. So if you're going to believe in that, but believe it or not reject it for this reason.

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You know, how is it that we have such immense amounts of detail in these Hadith? Yeah, we don't know when his when the Prophet SAW Selim granddad died. Like, why is it that that's like, because it was urgent. No one was writing that stuff down because it was a prophet. Yeah, it was a prophet. He said, Do you didn't he explained it to them? No, no, we might have but we don't have the authentic narration. Because these are important events in the prophets life, and we don't have it, but we have little details of something that could be deemed as unimportant thing is we have what we have is what is required for our guidance.

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And for me, it makes no difference if the prophets granddad died when he was seven or six, zero dogs.

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They're not really important details for the guidance of humanity.

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And there is a controversial Hadith, which is he, I don't know if you guys have come across it. And I don't really want to bring it up, because it's controversial, you know, Muslim people, but about this hobby. Who said that to him that your your father is in hell? And he says, My Father and your Father? Yeah, we come across that. Yeah. So the point is, is that there's not that much and that's, that's a very interesting Hadith. Actually, if you think about the face of it, because

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a lot of Orientals, they say, the Prophet was trying to glorify his parents, this hadith, by the way, it cuts all that.

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But how could he have this is a question based on what you said, How can his father have gone to hell when Islam was horrible? So that's what the scholars differ about? How could it be that yes, he was ethically wrong and judged according to him, he wasn't saying work on them what I've been asking about philosophy, and this is Martin the fact that you can not be punished until you ascend the prophet and he wasn't the Prophet yet. So how can we punish? And some scholars say for example, it became an analysis to say actually, what this shows is that you know how for most scholars, or a lot of them at least say that when someone dies, what's going to happen to them if they have not

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received the message of Islam, and some say that you will be subjected to a test? So some scholars say that this test effectively has the problem as I'm saying about the future. So he's saying that, you know, for example, in the Hadith of the

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The woman the prostitute who gave water to a dog and she went to Jenna. Well, the gender hasn't come yet in the sense that you know, the judgment has yet to come. So it's like a future prediction of what's going to happen based on why. So a lot of scholars

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would say that this hadith is talking about what's going to happen, what's going to be the ultimate demise of the profoundness of the father. But the idea is that this hadith itself, it breaks the narrative, which is that the problem Hassan was trying to glorify his tribe and his people and his father and his mother and all of this, because if he was trying to glorify everything that was related to him, this hadith, it acts as a thorn in the side of anyone who says that.

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Anyway, so these are the kinds of Hadith that we have.

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Any questions? Yeah.

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Maybe a split antic. But the earnest Stephen Hawking's, say that if you travel faster than light, then you can see the future, the past rather than the future? Because you're traveling faster than light, therefore, you should be

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used to the past, not the future. Yeah. No, I think you said the opposite. I'm pretty sure I like it, because he has a book called The Brief History of Time. Can you go? Yeah. And in that, in that book, he's got a whole chapter on time travel. And he says, because you know, when you go into the past, you've got things like the grandfather paradox, and all this kind of stuff. Because if you have an antecedent causes, even if he said, it doesn't matter, like you know, he's not an authority, what I'm saying now is the case, someone is going faster than you should good for the future. Oh, yeah. Stephen Hawking believed that time travel to the past is possible. So I'm pretty sure I did. I

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did read the book pre meticulously. He hasn't No, he hasn't. He hasn't. He has a chapter on time travel. And he says that in the past is not possible, but in the future is possible. And if you think about logically is the case, because if you think about the following, right? In the past, what do we have, we have an antecedent causal chain of events. So everything that I'm doing now is as a result of the causal chain that's happened in the past. So me going into the past and changing it causes contradictions. So for example, famously the grandfather paradox, can I go into the past and kill my granddad? If it doesn't cause a contradiction? How can I be here not be here at the same

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time? Because the killing of my granddad has the consequence of me not being it? But I'm here and not here at the same time? How could it be? So Hawkins and every other person would say, would see this as a problematic issue in physics and logic? By going into the future? All you have to do with the future? Because what what is time? By the way, time is in physics is time is speed over distance. Right? Yes, time is speed over.

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Distance over speed. Yeah, it's different distance over speed, which means the faster you go,

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I mean, have you seen this film called Interstellar? Of course, there's a film called Interstellar cover where

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you went to another place, and then he came back, and he was always

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typically incorrect. But yeah, it's not right. It's, it's conceptually Impossible. Impossible. Yeah. No, it's not impossible possible. I'm saying it's conceptually possible. If you go fast enough, you can you can go into the future is not only possible is fact this fact? Because?

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Because tell them your credentials. In physics, you

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already done the physics degree?

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If so, when they launch you shall graduate. Yeah.

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Not Oxford graduate. Yeah. Usually same thing.

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you're controversial.

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is pronouns are UCL?

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Well, you got two of them here.

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Yeah. So when they have to communicate with the thing in space, you have clocks, right, both in space and on Earth. And they have to account for the, what they call is time dilation.

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And the technical terms, it gives you what I'm

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going to tell you, that you're willing to sing isn't one time dilation.

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So So that's because of the difference in, in speed. And also, the, the, the, the, the pool to the earth. And space is less is more. So that's why they they both have to

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you have to account for that in the thing. So it's so it's not impossible, it's actually fact that you do account for that in the calculations. Yeah, absolutely do account for and space and time or two, they call it the space time continuum for a reason. And that's because space and time are

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one thing and one fabric, this one. Yeah. The fabric of space, the fabric of time, really. So it's very interesting. Look, all philosophers in the past have considered, they've considered most most of them have considered time movement to be the same thing.

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Time is movement, as well as that eventually time is by anyway, we digress. Yeah. So

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The faster you travel, the more you tap into the future directly. And, and we know that when he when he when he when he went from thing to Jerusalem.

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It was it was very, very fast. So you consider that it may have be possible now but yeah. So he did maybe have you start to go speed of light? Or maybe speed of light or faster maybe Yeah, whenever you faster like yeah too fast it has to be faster. Yeah. So some very interesting, I'll be quick. I know we're digressing. But I have a theory, right. So basically, you know, the stars that are so far, far, far away, they're like, the light that comes to us is like 100 years old, right? More than that, or 1000s of years old. stories for you four light years away, which means it's four years in the past that we will be seeing the benefit of having a physics correct me if I'm wrong. Yeah, let's

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add, like hundreds of years worth of light is coming towards us, right, we see the past basically, from those lights. So I was thinking, imagine if there's a planet next to those stars with a powerful enough telescope. And we all admit we are like, we've got light that's going there. Right. And they look at the world through those lenses. And they see 500 years

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500 years ago, basically. So that way they would be looking into the past, wouldn't they? That's very interesting. What do you think

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the stars

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are the only thing could be possible, it would have to be very large. And you bigger than so this is conceptually would you say that? That? Could you could do that?

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Looking into the past?

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Yeah, of course, we have to make a decision point.

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Radio waves, which are the waves that you use to compensate

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the waves are used to send, you know, like phone and stuff like that.

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So I think the first one was the Olympics in 1936, which is when Hitler was in power in Germany. And so if you go far enough, how many like US Army is like 100% 78 years or something between now 96. So if you go 78 to 80 light years now, away, you can see if your TV you can see the 1936 Olympics can pick up to pick up this thing always.

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Interesting. That's a very interesting stream, which is why I thought, Oh, I see your point.

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All right. Okay, let's go to the next guy. This is very mind boggling. We need to have a whole session on it.

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The next thing I was hoping for John

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will always referred to as a sacrilegious while I'm just taking this from the field director who wants to read this out for me because I've had a lot of speaking Shakha Can you read it out? Or hear your voice? I had longtime I haven't heard it.

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Is it helpful feature?

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Feature? Is it? Yeah, the feature war visual feature? Yeah. Okay, it's not for genre.

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So he says that Muhammad Sallallahu sallam was hardly 15 When the sacrilegious wars which continued with varying fortunes and considerable loss of human life or number of years, broke up between a correlation when he can Nana on the one side and place, place Island and guests in the tribal Yaga. It was just because the invisibles were made viable the prohibited amounts being included. How have we been Omiya on account of his under on account of his outstanding position and honorable descent used to be the leader of college and their allies in one of those battles. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam attended on his uncle's did not raise arms against their opponents. His efforts

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were confined to picking up the arrows of the enemy as they fell and handing them over to his uncle's. So this is this particular war, led to hell from football, which we're going to read right now.

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So, this was a war that took place, you know, between the tribes and Arabs, and it was because one person was murdered in the holy month so it shows you that the holy month was something which were regarded as we've discussed already before Islam, Canada, we said that this goes back to its main, a lot of stuff goes back to its mind. So let's read amendment your read this one, the football Confederacy. At the conclusion of these wars when peace was restored, people felt the need for forming con Confederacy.

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confederacy at Mecca for suppressing violence and injustice, and vindicating the rights of the weak and the destitute representatives have been no Hashem will not Al Muttalib Asad bin abd Oza. Czar Robin Caleb and

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and time being more mudra were called to meet in the habit habitation of an honorable elderly man called Abdullah bin jeden at Tamie. Well, before we continue what was interesting about all these names,

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they go back to the grandfathers and of the profits.

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Yeah. So you are familiar with these names. The profits? Yeah, I'd say me to enter a confederacy that would provide for the above mentioned items. The Messenger of Allah says sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, shortly after he had been honored with the Ministry of Prophethood witnessed this leak and commented on it with very positive words, I witnessed a confederacy in the house of Abdullah bin Jadon, it was more appealing to me than herds of cattle. Even now, in the period of Islam, I would respond positively to attending such a meeting, if I were invited. A lot of people make social commentary about this. And they say, Well, this shows you that, you know, can ally with TTS and ally

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with non Muslims and stuff like that? We don't actually need this. for that. I mean, there's lots of as an icon, which indicate that you can do treaties anyway. But the fact that provides us Allah mentioned that, you know, if I was alive, I would have done it. And it was it was something which non Muslims initiated effectively. Okay.

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Some people say that this is in the case, especially some new HCR people this indicates that if it's an initiative started by non Muslims, and Muslims can involve themselves in it and the Prophet of Islam after Islam.

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He created it. But there are a few criticisms one can make of this, which is that this is our third, this is before Islam.

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That makes sense. So this is a situation where there was no revelation. So it's difficult to make sweeping generalizations about it. And to make something bigger, healthy photo, by the way, is narrated.

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authentically, is not as narrated, they have the parts of it, which are the writing body, in fact, the details of it are not actionable, very helpful. Food is authentic. It's a it's an authentic thing that took place before the process and became profit.

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But to make it something bigger than it is, and some people to try and use this for aligning with, you know, the left wing and LGBT communities and all this is even Israel or the right wings, all that kind of stuff, to be honest with you, that's a distortion of the Spirit and distortion of Islam.

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Because some people did try and put that in there in an indirect manner, say, Look, these are all people that came, and they tried to come together. And therefore if the LGBT and this and that come together, we can join them so long as 100, which is our objective, which is a united.

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Not necessarily, actually, this doesn't, this doesn't give you what you want, if that's what you're trying to get from this. Give me what you want, I think the main logic, in this helpful voodoo incident or the Confederacy, there is the taking side of oppressed one, somebody who is oppressed, you come and take side and defend his rights. I think there is no contradiction if Islam is doing the same for if the prophet muhammad sallallahu Sallam is doing the same to defend any oppressed one. So he can do it in Islam as well. I think the logic is that still, if there is a need for this kind of Confederacy, we can do it. Yeah, absolutely, there is if there's a need for a kind of

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relationship or agreements that are built between Muslims and Muslims, we can do it, but not in a manner which and this is a key point you'll not find from Alpha football all the way up to Arabia, you will not find any evidence that we can compromise our actual beliefs because of it, that becomes pretty quid pro quo. Well, I scratch your back, you scratch mine, because this is the distortion that we're finding nowadays, with a lot of the zero comments and commentaries that yeah, we can you can use this now to enter this or that or the other? No, it's we will do what we need to do. And we will not compromise and are like, for example nowadays and just to give her like a very topical

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example of this, what's happening in Palestine. Now, we don't have any problem with people agreeing with opposition. Well, it doesn't mean now if, for example, the LGBT community or the trans community is there with a Palestine flag and different rainbow colors, that okay, we are protecting you, and therefore you have to protect us with homosexuality. No, we don't agree with you.

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In terms of, you have to agree that transgender and this acceptance just now accept you, it's not quid pro quo. It's never this, you cannot use this to prove that. And if you do, you're distorting the religion of Islam.

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You know what I mean? So, it's very important that you, you snuff, these things are snuffed out, you sniff these things out, these things are snuffed out, because some people that aren't too different, there's people in the modern age that would use the Sierra to try and use to create kind of radicalization or the

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loss of a better word, but like, let's say a tourism and there's some which would would move to a kind of Hamid Abdul ism, which Rasheed ism, which is a kind of

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You know, try to

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conformism I just call it conformance. So there's this complete rejection ism. Some people will use the Sierra to try and attacking them as believers and killing civilians and all that stuff. And some others will say no, it's, it's, it's the other way conformism and it looks into healthy food. I'm in here with this guy because of health. I'll do quid pro quo because Healthy People don't know. You're distorting the Syrah is distorting Islam for because you have conformist temperament, which is basically a psychological thing, which maybe it's due to your upbringing, or due to a weakness of character. But don't try and force that character on to the proper house of horrors.

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And like the Muslims, they shouldn't be ashamed of doing this, because

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I know a lot of

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pro Palestinian people who are anti Islam.

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Exactly. Yeah. Exactly. No ashamed by what, like at all? Yeah. And it's not like we're going to attack them for being pro Palestinian. Yeah. But we don't need to accept them fully for if they're anti Islam, or they're attacking Islam on different things. And it's the same kind of person who's saying pro Palestine is that it comes out. And then he starts speaking about, you know, Islam shouldn't do this and shouldn't really that house yeah, we don't, we don't want your sting. Oh, we don't want you. We don't want your honey. Oh, you're staying. In that case?

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If it's about that, we don't want your honey, we always take it, leave us know, we will do our own thing.

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Okay, so this next thing is about the process allows marriage to Khadija. And this is another contentious issue. And by the way, we knew that nearing the end. But there's a lot of conversations about this, but I came across only a few artists which was on this matter. One of them is very interesting, because I've put it there in the Arabic. Well, basically that the Prophet stuff was clear that had Egypt was there's a lot actually you can thickness, it's clear that he was impressed with the process on his character. It's clear that they work together. It's clear that he was doing business on her behalf these things are clear, is and by the way, it's clear also the prophets of

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salaam before he became a trade tradesman, he was a shepherd, that's clear, that's in body, right that he was this authentic.

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There's a few things that probably that Salam didn't attack Khadija for being a businesswoman that some some feminists would take it just thing and say, well, that means you can be a businesswoman. And some guys on the other side will attack those guys. There is a middle ground in the process of London attacker for being a business owner. He didn't say why he's not staying at home for he didn't do that. But on the other hand, in Islam, it's not it's not the value of the objective for a woman to be a businesswoman. So the healthy approach with this is that first of all, this was before ovulation. So this was before any, like, complete domestic guidelines and delineations were

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happening. But it's true. The process alums behavior towards this woman was honorable was respectful, she was very impressed with his character, such as she went to her own father. Yeah, and she was effectively convincing him

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to try and marry. This is the Hadith, which is, which I've got here. She was trying to convince him. And then she, she kept trying to convince him until he, he agreed. And the reason why he didn't agree in the first instance, notice this is because he was an orphan. He said that why should I get my daughter married to an orphan

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and have the status of an orphan was lesser than the status of a divorcee? We're very interesting. And she was there's also some reports, some of them are questionable, but say that she had lots of proposals actually rejected those advances. For the problem, Amazon Asalaam. So the fact that she was divorcee and stuff, it doesn't it didn't actually think twice. Yeah, she was divorced twice. Yes, I know, those details. I haven't come anything authentic about it. That's why I'm not being clear. I think the father issue is a bit controversial, because some scholars say that his her father wasn't alive at that time she was getting murdered. Maybe was Uncle the minister. Because

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why? Because she inherited

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that her wealth from her second husband. And she had a son from her first husband. Oh, I see. I see. I see. Therefore she if scholars say that if her father was alive, then she wouldn't get all those this money. This hadith I get what you're saying. And that might be I love Hadith and so on. But this hadith best as you can see, it says what? What have you seen the best or the Aloha Norma and the resources

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that Kira Alija what kind of Abu Hayato have won, and yet as our job yeah. So this is her father. This is her father here in the Hadith. Now this hadith has been authenticated. Now, what you're saying might be a problem once again with the Hadith, but not the entire thing will be there. But anyway, the Hadith this this hadith I've just showed here with most Khadija slide

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It shows all the things I've just mentioned. Like, you know, she kept going to him until he convinced him. You know, so shows you that it was there was a system and even ancient Arabia with the father had to kind of approve. Effectively, she had to get his she had to get approval.

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And then and then she married him. And he stayed with her and this is authentic as well. She didn't marry any woman whilst his motor. Now what's you 40 years old? Was she 28 years old? Was you 20 About how old was she? And how old was he? Was he 25? And today, there's nothing authentic about this.

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So that was 25 There's nothing authentic. I don't know about her age.

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I don't I haven't come across even that mean, but it could be 25 isn't any but I didn't come across. I didn't come across it. But the fact that she was 14 Definitely is nothing authentic minus

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the Annie. We don't know men see the scholars proved the 28 Some say some say that yeah. 28. So like, I think, for the Sierra, if we are going to accept everything which is authenticated, and remove other pot. So there will be very little left over there for Syrah because most of the Syrah that's the point and most of the Syrah is based on zero books. Mm hmm. And everything began in going after your right because there are no more Hadith about this. So then it's somehow confusing is because all the dates and everything will be somehow disapproved. Yeah, it's true. I agree with what you're saying. But the thing is, what I would say, in response is, I totally agree that we said this

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in the first session, that this is not a conventional way of dealing with this era. The reason why we're doing it this way is because what remember, the purposes of us using this information is for, let's say, apologetical political purposes. So we need to know for a fact, okay, these things. These are religion like these things, the other things which has a different opinion, we can't be too dogmatic about it. Now, I'm not saying he didn't marry out of 14, nor am I saying he didn't marry at 28. Both of those two dates have been spoken about by scholars in Islam. Like, for some reason, there's no more agenda. There's no clear, authentic hadith that says she was definitely 14, or she

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was definitely 28 Will it not give any indication? Let's say that a type of sense for someone who is watching his videos, and he's an unbeliever, he will feel that the seed of the Prophet is somehow problematic, because his date of birth did not clear his father, which which time he died is not clear, his day of birth is quite clear, because he was many, many, many incidents of money stuff that we mentioned, it's not authenticated, based on Hadith. So I think somehow, it will give a sense that the seer of the Prophet, which every scholar approve it, and they say that this is very authentic, and somebody will feel that it's different. Yeah, I agree with that. But you have to be

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here for the first session, because we will cover this grant. I say like, I'll just reiterate, because he is importantly, what you the point you're making.

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The Sierra literature is filled with Hadith, the Hadith itself, we would consider it to like we would we wouldn't inoculate and flicker, for example, in creed and jurisprudence, we would need something which is strong, authentic. The scholars of Sierra they didn't have that standard. They said if it's even if it's a bit weak, we can take it. You see what I mean? But what we're doing is we're since we're going over the political issues, right, it's this is not a standard traditional way of doing Syrah. So even the right way of doing

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it in a way it's not, it's not the right way of doing it. And we're not doing it, we're not even doing effectively we're not doing a C right in the classical way that you would, we're doing it in a way which is to literally to remove, or to at least be to acknowledge where the weaknesses are.

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Because this is the critical zero, this is the intellectual zero. So we need to know where the weaknesses are just for that purpose. If someone wants to listen to a Sierra with with the week had eats and stuff like that, there's many available. My problem with a lot of those seals are

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sometimes the person who who's narrating those seals has an agenda.

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And those agendas, he will use a weak hadith is one aspect. And the strong Hannity will reject it, or stronger Hadith rejected for his own social purposes in the modern age, so that's why they say that can be weaponized. If we know if somebody if like, someone watches this and they can see this is where the authenticity is. And this is where the weakness is maybe then they have a new layer of understanding of Sierra which is this is where the strong harissa

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which means, like already, we're in the fourth session, and we've covered 40 years almost of the Prophet's life. Now, we were going to finish much earlier, I mean, then, then to do 100 sessions, but we'll probably go to 20 sessions. But in that 20 sessions, we're getting the strongest parts of the Prophet's life, that you can be sure that okay, for the most part, and I can't get this wrong. And I'll tell you one mistake I made in two sessions ago, I have to mention it, but I'll mention it in the two slides.

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that the majority, if not most things, I'm bringing out authentic,

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which which is, which is still, which is still I would say useful to us, if that makes sense. Okay, so

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that's the sort of have deja, there's a lot of lessons to take from the sort of Khadija and the marriage and the promises of marriage to her.

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It was a healthy marriage. He didn't like this. Let's also dispel the fact we find in we said the feminist movement, they do certain things, but also you have the red pill movements and others, they also have this kind of thing called game and this and that, and the man comes to the woman and he shouldn't brush behavior. And here's what's on there. And they have what do you call it?

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Some guy came to me, he said, Look, I used to be a PU.

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Pu, to your to your to inform the decisions. He goes, I used to be a Pua. And I said, What's the Pua? So the pickup artist, and he said, This is what you got to do. And this and that. And this is what we used to do. I said, Why do you ask away? Tell me about this isn't to say, No, most of that? No, but what I'm saying is that this pickup artistry has effectively seeped into the Muslim psyche, and a man to feel like a real man, a high value man, he has to go with all confidence to a woman and get her number and it's a numbers game. In this case, that's not the behavior of the Prophet.

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And that's not how the high value man is on the battlefield. Number one is making money in an air conditioned place talking about

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talking about women and

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that's not what the high value man is in Islam is a man with a man is the one who's protecting his family, the one who shows good character.

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I mean, anyone could pretend to be Mr. Macho Man. But this is not our idea of Islamic masculinity because the prophets of salaam How did he behave when he was a Khadija? Was he flirting with us the foreign law? No. He was extremely shy and modest and respectful and she respected him for this too modest good behavior professional, everything is good. And she and they had a very solid relationship, love based relationship we love them very much. Well, Rosie looked behind behind our chemicals and he even said afterwards that I was given previous Hadith Saya, I was given the blessing of her love.

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Isn't about Aisha? I don't know if you

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handle Leila the Rosa, Connie. Hobeika. That's different. The different way I think it was about Bryce is kind of if we can double check. But certainly that both I mean, he mentioned both the main emotion that he loved, who's the most people that woman person that you love in the dunya interaction. That's one Hadith. And then you have this one, which is clear, like you know about DJ as well, the love that you had for her DJ. So it shows you that a man shouldn't feel as if being romantic to the woman and declaring the love that He has for her or even speaking of the love is any deprecating or basic or diminishing of his masculinity.

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Because he was very vocal about how she loved her in public about Khadija in particular. Like you love animals, I shall was jealous of exactly what Prophet was mentioning exactly many times. I just checked I was given the blessing of love was about Catia. Yeah, so like I said

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it was it

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was a

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got this hadith like that. So what I'm saying is

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Love is a blessing

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that Allah gives you which had been on the way this is a blessing, it's more powerful than any sexual emotion you're gonna get anyway. Why the Muslim multiple. So what I'm saying is that this is love is a blessing. And it comes when people show care. They both showed immense care for each other. And we'll see this in the next session. The kind of care process, I'm sure to have the joy and the reciprocation that I need to show them. This was a beautiful, the purest relationship you're going to have see. And there are seven children by the way that he had from Khadija, according to some reports, but I don't know about the strength of these reports.

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Seven, one of them survived after his death, only six of them died. According to the Sierra reports. I haven't seen the authenticity of this report. But the only one who survived after his death was fought about she was the child of Khadija because people don't know this, too, though. Who is it six was from South Asia. Yeah, I thought it was Ibrahim. Really? Another servant? Yeah. For sure. Yeah. So the Ibrahim goes to him.

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But I think he might have been the eighth

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but I think that the accurate one is six Yeah, Atlas Ibrahim, okay. Let me let me this is what this what blackforest says Yeah.

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He says the following.

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It says with the exception of Abraham Khadija boo all of his children. So this is what he says. Al Qasim Zaynab require them to consume farmer Abdullah, who's also called pipe and toil.

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Slo Mo is Abdullah it's a type of description for I don't know what you call it, pipe and pipe

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is the description of Abdullah. So yeah Tyrus, but by using both Are you sure about this? Because he's he's putting both of them anyway you can double check it but this is you saying play vampire This is work for you can double check you.

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It's not me as

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some issues. I noticed it has some issues every book does brother

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every single book has issues except for the fan. But what I'm saying is that he's mentioning here seven

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of course, that's why we're weak points. There's too many weak points, especially for you a class.

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That's why I said this is not this like for example here in the in the footnotes. He says that the reference for this examination, I haven't come across this reference in anything other than Syrah. Like of the seven children that I mentioned as the children of Fallujah. I haven't come across it anywhere else. Now, some of them we know for a fact. But some of them we don't know for a fact. So this list of seven names into position, Ibrahim will be the eighth according to this, but like I said, as I say all of them died, even Ibrahim died Yanni

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before the process on died, except for Fatima. Actually, she died six months afterwards.

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Okay, another incident which is mentioned

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is rebuilding the winner the end here. So let's get someone to read this. Rather than us. Yeah.

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So read this rebuilding the cover. If you want I can give you the book

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if you want John to book would you prefer to read from the book? Yeah, that would be better. Okay.

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All right. So this is where it says we building the cover.

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I mean, he's to be fair to this to mark for it. To be honest. He hasn't really like if he does mention that we can eat this in passing in this segment here. He stayed with the straw Harris for the most Yeah. But I think it has got first position in a competition, which was I think few years ago. It's nice. It's a good yeah, it has got first position because of his its authenticity. Yes. It's a really powerful book. Even the translation is not that bad. To be honest. The English translation. Yeah. Especially the Arabic is very fluid. When you read it, you feel that you're watching the movie, very narrative, professionally carried out, rebuilding the Kaaba and the

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arbitration issue. When Allah's Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was 35, The Kure started rebuilding the Kaaba. That was because it was a low building of white students, no more than nine arm's length

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from the days of Ismail alayhi salam, it was also roofless, leaving thieves with easy access to its treasures inside. It was also exposed to the wearing factors of nature because it was built so long ago, that we can then crack its walls. Five years before prophethood there was a great flood in Makkah that swept towards the Kaaba and almost demolished it. The Quraysh were obliged to rebuild it.

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To safeguard its holiness and position, the chief of courage decided to only use less money in rebuilding the Kaaba. So all money derived from immoral means you usually or unjust his practice was excluded. They were at first too fearful to knock down the wall. But actually dibny l Mahira.

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Mousumi began, Tusk began the task seeing that no harm had happened to him. The others participated in demolishing the walls until they reach the basis laid by Ibrahim alayhi salam, when they started rebuilding its walls, divided the work the work among the tribes. Each tribe was responsible for building a part of it. The tribes collected stones and started work. The man who laid the students was a Roman Mason called back home. The work went on in Harmonia until the time came to put this sacred Blackstone's stone in its proper place. Then, strife broke out among the chief chiefs, and lasted for four or five days, each contesting, contesting for those Horner of placing the stone in

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his position.

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daggers were on the point of being drawn and grid bloodshed seemed imminent.

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Luckily the

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oldest among the chief, Abu OMYA, Ben Moira Alma Kazumi made a proposal that was accepted by all he said that let him who enters the sanctuary, first of all, decide on the point. It was then Allah's Will that the Messenger of Allah Subhan, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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should be the first to enter the Masjid.

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On seeing him, all people present cried with one voice, I mean, that trustworthy has come, we are content to abide by his decision, the informed they inform him of the objective. He asked for a mantel, spreading it on the ground and placing the stone in its center. He then asked the representatives of the different clans, among them to lift the stones all together. When it reached the proper place, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam laid it in the proper position with his own hands. This is how a very tense situation was eased, and a grave danger averted by the wisdom of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Zakharova thanks ever. So as you can see here that the story is

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that, you know this, the problem Homosassa lamp and the reconstruction of the camera, he was the one that the it was commissioned to put the Blackstone into,

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to the designated area.

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Someone will say, Well, this is very convenient. I'm just playing devil's advocate, because you know, we've just heard the stories very convenient that it's your prophet that had to do this. And this shows you that he always had to be made into the main character, even before His Prophet heard and this is a clear fabrication, he would say. And if you remember the first or second set, first session, we talked about different principles at play, especially an Orientalist with the historical critical method and kind in mind, they would say like this, it shows you like you know that you're trying to force a narrative of him always been the name main character. And this doesn't go in line

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with the HCM kind of understanding. How have I come across? I think we'll actually start here, which says the following. This is a Hadith narrated, actually why she ever named Allah. That's when the professor Salam was putting the hudgell the hudgell into the kava, that his izhar actually fell. So is training always, and we do Hajj you you've got the bottom one. This is a Hadith, which is, yeah, so authentic, that it was exposed, his body was exposed. Now, some scholars even say that his private parts were shown

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when he was doing this. Now, what does this remind you of the principle of what?

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Embarrass, embarrass embarrassment? Yeah, so if it's the case that the Muslims are trying to make the profiles of Solomon to a main character from the very beginning and stuff, why was the Hadith like this be narrated?

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Why would have had this like this? Now, obviously, not all scholars believe that even Angelus Kalani says he was exposed. The body was exposed, but his private parts remained not exposed, customarily mentioned that. In martial arts Kalani mentions that you won't find this mentioned many of the Sierra books, but once again, we have to deal with the most controversial issues, because we need to know that any of these of these opinions. So imagine let's kind of bury he, he has a whole discussion.

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So for example, is what he says while I Delica philosophy is also slammed let me Hakuna Arya nine the natural hydrology of the dam when the mullah mahalo is our

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texture for Sakata Moshe, anally

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or kadakkal castellanii and the Sokoto and as a holdout of the ISO hudl izhar Harshad. Mehta had made a set of futile care a lava euroshop said he said he's one of the customers and he wrote a commentary on Buhari this beheadings and Buhari Jabra Abdullah. And he's mentioning these opinions as well. So some of them say he wasn't he didn't become naked, but he was exposed. Now the point is, is that because this story, it seems too good to be true. Like any, if you say, well, before that before the process on the cable Prophet, there was this event where the people were saying, Oh, you're a surgical I mean,

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you're, you're the you're the truthful one. And you're the one that we're going to choose to put the Blackstone, oh, it's a fairy tale. It's a legend. It's fantastical. It sounds too good to be true. But then when you've got one of the most authentic narrations about this situation, that actually was quite an embarrassing situation for the Prophet, it was a bit rough, it was a bit like even he was exposed a little bit and this discussion of what was explosive, his body and so on. It gives you a sense of reality that will

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why would why would this be narrated? If we're trying to create a romantic picture about this particular situation?

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You see, but once again, this might surprise you to come across an audition like that because most people would shy away from even the ratings narrations because they think Oh, cool. This is fun in the bizarre salon, but we're dealing with the critical CLR. You might even find the foul mouthed disbeliever or enemy of Islam. Okay, who tries to use this to attack Islam? So then you can say, well, actually 123, right.

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We've read the whole thing. So this is really all we have. I mean, there are things here and then terms of authentic narrations relating to the Prophet and one of them is very powerful, actually, which is, I want to mention it is to do with the Prophet Muhammad wa salam. One day, he had some singing, I'm not sure if it is an authentic narration. And this happened where the person was growing up, okay. He heard some singing in a certain area. And he was curious to know what was going on there. And he went, and before he could get there, you fell asleep. I found this by the way, this narration is one of the most fascinating for me in the Meccan period before the Prophet period.

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Because it shows you that the personal Salam was human being he was curious, just like a human being. And that the guidance of the professionals assalam was ultimately to do with Allah subhanaw taala, who stopped him from certain things who could have been influenced by he stopped him Yes, through that the heart, the extraction physical, we also stopped him, for example, at that particular time, the process also let me hear the singing that music and listen that doesn't say music, Serena really was thinking of the people. And there was a party going on. And he was a young man. Yes. And he went to a lab put him to sleep before he could even know when he woke up and found

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that was happening.

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Yeah, and it shows you that imagine now we're living in an age with a lot of distractions like this. How did the prophets Allah Salam, even before the way he came? How did he deal with those distractions? He did. OSLA, he went to the as we're going to see next session, he went to the cave, he spent time by himself, he had a very solid relationship with his wife, he had many children with his wife.

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You know, these are the kinds of things he would do who praise Allah, we knew that he was not engaged in Shrek in any, any polytheism he wasn't engaged in that stuff. He had the fitrah, which is clean. And now this sets the tone. Now, this prophet Muhammad Salah Salem, which we've just discussed, who lived there's an orphan who had a very difficult childhood, who didn't have the support mechanisms that most people would have, who who saw his parents died. And so his uncle is at this point, at least his granddad die, who was very, very close to him. By the way. This is the perfect house in which we're going to discuss who went to the cave. And in the next session, we'll

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talk about what happened there. Any questions? What was the mistake you said you have? Yes. So there was one mistake I made in two sessions going to Timothy. And I said that I shall Angela Hannah. She said that I never saw the Prophet Solomon's private parts. Okay. So when I was doing research on this, because I thought how could this be when when the saying that some scholars are saying that the process is private, possibly exposed to you? Anyway, so even though that's less a minority opinion, we don't accept. So I checked that hadith again, I realized it was actually a weak Hadith, even though it's mentioned instrumentality. So the idea that when I actually said, who supposedly

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said I'd never saw the private parts of the Prophet, it's a weak Hadith. So that was something I mentioned, I didn't mention it was a weak Hadith, but I checked again of others because I want to make a correction that I mentioned.

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The quote, I was given the blessing of her love is not from a specific Hadith book, but is a well known statement attributed to the Prophet Muhammad SAW Salam. It may be found in various Islamic sources, but it's not part of the traditional IDF collections, like sahih al Bukhari or sahih. Muslim. Okay, well, double check.

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is good. We'll check that as

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Still to be authentic, but we'll we'll check anyway. Muslim, Okay, with that, we will conclude. And if we've made any mistakes, guys, we're going through this as much as you are. We're trying our best to look at different sources and do different things.

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But if we've made a mistake, then obviously the conversation is there. Please put yourself put your sources and put your references will appreciate that. And until next time, see ya.