Mohammed Hijab – Why Muslims Won’t Always Be Victorious

Mohammed Hijab
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the backfoot and the Muslims' victory in the recent Middle East conflict. They also mention the importance of being a Muslim person and the need to purify one's behavior to make one stronger. The speaker emphasizes the need to be a Muslim person and not just a hipster.
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The Muslims on the backfoot that's the reality of the situation. The Muslims are

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in such situations being actually

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humiliated by the enemy. In the case of Palestine, there's no doubt about that, that the Palestinians are on the backfoot and they have been for the last 50 years. But what does that show? A last panel Tyler, he says, as we read, till

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you die, we will have eight Ines. And these are the days

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these are the days which we alternate between the people. Meaning what meaning one day you will be victorious, and one day you will be unsuccessful, or you won't be completely victorious, victory is not guaranteed.

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Allah subhanaw taala

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wish a mental health he will do I will not consider that. And when he when

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he says that we will certainly trial you. And then he lists five or 10 things like loss of life and, and money and wealth and fear and hunger and all of those things.

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So, so give back so give glad tidings to those who are patient. The point being is that Muslims by virtue of the fact that they're Muslims have no guarantee to always be victorious, even the Sahaba one more time, Muslims by virtue of the fact that they're Muslims, there is no guarantee that you will always be victorious in every endeavor that you will do, even the Sahaba and had that been the case and they would not have been because that was not a victory. It was a failure, but it was my victory. So hey, it's not about it's not about not being successful. It's about what you do when you're not successful. And that applies to you my friend and bless you applies to all of us. Why

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because not every exam we're gonna pass. I'm not talking to just about education, but in life. Not every test we're gonna pass know everything we're gonna have our way. That's why the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he set him up and the Hadith

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movement in the umbra hula, hula la says that Kelly has an entirely new meaning. He said wanderers is the affair of the believer, says wonders is the affair of the believer.

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He's like,

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everything is good for him. When I said that, Kelly, I had him in learning movement. And this is not the case for anyone except for the moment Why? He gives the answer in Sabah to Sonra. chakra, if, if, if good things happened to him. He's thankful when I saw the two of them rock solid are shockingly bad things happen to him. He's also he's patient, and he's thankful at the same time lesson. The lesson is don't expect to be victorious every time.

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Well, I you know, it's very funny, because, you know, in the World Cup, some of the Arab teams in the Muslim teams, they did very badly. And what I found was shocking was that it shook some of the peoples a man, that comes these Muslim teams.

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What do you mean? This is not the reasoning? Well I and people have that reasoning is it is delusion. Don't think that it's a fallacy and belief, to think that because you are on the right path that you have to be victorious at each stage, as Muslims have been.

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There have been weakened in the earth. And they have also been Montessori. They have also been victorious. So that's it. It's about how you respond and react to being either successful or unsuccessful. That's a very big lesson. And the last thing I'm going to mention is what Allah subhanho wa Taala he says,

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He says, he does, why did he do it? Why did he make these people died? Because the battle itself? We know what happened upon the law. Well, it was an amazing battle because it showed us the fog of the Sahaba showed us the virtue of this hammer. The fact that you have O'Meara, who's a woman who is in front of the Prophet Muhammad wa sallam putting her body on the line, yeah, to protect to protect the Salah, you had as the wife, who was fighting alongside the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, Adama

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Sahaba, they without fighting. With the Prophet Mohammed Salah line, there is no greater test of whether you're a truthful person than putting your life on the line and a physical battle. One line, let me tell you something. Let me tell you something.

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If you look at the Renaissance periods, and you look at the Enlightenment period, and you look at all these great times of the Western world, these philosophers that put their their ideas forward Didn't they fight for their ideas? Karl Marx had an idea of Marxism, and then Vladimir Lenin put he put the fight up for him.

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fact, the fact that he fought with the Sahaba is that testimony to the fact that he was truthful, he put his life on the line for what he believed in, and he put his friends life on the line we believed in that shows he was truthful, and his friends were truthful for those who attacked the Friends of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam from those who call themselves chia and others, this is a lesson for them. Because how could you How could you put cast doubt wasp version on the Sahaba

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When they were so clearly on the side of the problem of Amazon sellers, they put their life they died for him. They die for him.

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How can you think that these people

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were? 15 that was

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a lesson for them. We have to we have to be on multifeed we have to be fair. Well, life's a big lesson. Oh

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Allah subhanaw taala you want us to show the full Lila, the father of the Sahaba and of the of the Prophet Muhammad Salah through this, and he also he wants to do, you must, he wanted to purify the hearts of the people. So if you're in a situation in life, where it's difficult, whether it's at work or in your relationship,

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or anywhere else, then think of God because you know why? Maybe Allah subhanaw taala has put you in that situation. So you can purify your bad, your pure bad things that you've done, and to put you in a stronger position, so that he can make you a stronger believer, that's how you have to think about it, and you're not gonna get it your way all the time. And if it was like that would be an agenda. But here is the ultimate turning point like Islamic history because after that, the Sahaba had a new energy. And from that there was a springboard to what would come next It was a fun, it was the ultimate conquest which over to the whole of this peninsula. Can you imagine? Can you imagine? So

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think about that inshallah. Start from La Fenix family.

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