Breeze of Mercy Dec. 13, 2017

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam

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Women today matter women I've seen Leticia a lot Madame de la Loma Jota huzzah Hello integer hasn't either sheet dishonor my bad We begin by thanking and praising Allah subhana wa Tada.

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we beseech him to shower his beloved messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with compliments and salutations. We asked a lot to teach us that which benefits us and to allow us to benefit from what he has taught us.

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Continuing with our chapter of the prophets of Allah hideyo Salem's dealings with people of nobility, people of status,

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people of authority.

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We mentioned last week, the lengthy narration

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of the companion Lima

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who came from his people, and how the Prophet sallallahu wasallam dealt with him and how he returned back to his people as a messenger as a Dahlia.

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Continuing on,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in this next section is described as Kenny Toyoda, whom the humble woman who maiasaura and whom Belda Elijah was he and him the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we've seen the past few sections, many examples of him honoring, hosting, welcoming, etc. But the prophesize even took it a step further, which is by overlooking some of their faults. So it's one thing to be nice to somebody. But then maybe if they do something that bothers you, then you get upset with them.

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So it's another level of kindness and mercy

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and good behavior that when someone does something wrong part of your kindness towards them is to overlook that shortcoming and be able to move past it and not bring too much attention to it.

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For Heston abuso Allahu alayhi wa sallam editor Josie M and Walker if you have forgotten I mean they will hate it mean and muslimeen

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nova and enter demeyere mareeba, who the Prophet sallallahu wasallam encouraged us to overlook some of these faults. And there is a proverb in Arabic that says every stallion trips

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every stallion will trip once we'll have a stumble.

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And every expert, every expert or scholar in their field, will have a mistake. We'll have a miss judgment here or there. I'll come and Lila perfection and completion belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala alone.

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Everything in the creation has some level of imperfection Why? Because they are less than the Creator.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in a hadith and he told the Allahu Akbar Allah Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Athena they will hate it I thought it him electro dude.

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overdue Buddhahood the prophets I sent him said in a hadith that Ayesha narrates to us which is recorded in the book of Buddha wouldn't a scholar said it is authentic. The prophets that appeal

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of the Lu is a verb in Arabic which means to overlook to cover a shortfall.

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Forgive and conceal.

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That we lay at meaning people of position people of status, people of authority. I thought it him

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There is a lot there are slips there mistakes. What kinds of mistakes are we talking about? We're talking about minor mistakes. How do we know because the Prophet said lol who dude except mistakes that necessitate some type of official punishment.

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So it's not like somebody commits a major crime and then we say oh just overlook the mistake No.

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A crime has to be held. The criminal must be held accountable for their crime. If in fact the are the perpetrator, but we're talking about mistakes. We're talking about smaller mistakes that don't have a you know that big of an impact or are not harming anyone.

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it will pay him comments on this. And he says, What is apparent of the meaning. The prophets, I said them is referring to people of status people of nobility, people that their reputation is one of goodness amongst the believers amongst the Muslim community. So when they do commit a minor mistake, then we overlook that and we don't hasten to punish them, we don't hasten to expose them, except for we do except for mistakes that necessitate some type of punishment, a mistake that is a violation of some law.

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And what's

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referred to here is the laws of [???]tier. If we are in a situation where the laws of shediac are being applied, and they're all MSA that extends to any laws that a person is bound by

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any laws that a person is bound by any rules, they could be in any type of organization or any type of community where people agree upon a certain set of laws or rules that they aren't binding. And that is part of the that is part of the [???]tier

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and it'd be what I call a total de la hora and who let's look at some examples of this. And if you hold a little bit longer Andrew and a Saturday night robot that upon your suit Allah Allah azza wa jal he Duma and marotti hero juhlin aku.

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Evo Herrera narrates that the companion said they've been in rabada. You know, the companions are sitting with a prophet. So I said, I'm they're having a conversation, they're just thinking of something that comes on their mind, a hypothetical scenario. So they asked the prophet SAW Selim. So this companion said, rabada,

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he was baffled by something. He said, O Messenger of Allah. Imagine if a man were to come and find with his spouse, another man.

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Would he should he rush and kill that other man?

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There's something he's thinking about?

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The Prophet salallahu salam, ala rasulillah salam na, the prophet said, No, you should kill him. I mean, that's a very serious situation, but you shouldn't kill him. There are other ways of holding this person to account

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pilocytic when Bella will levy economic

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suicide responded and he said no, most definitely I would.

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And he took an oath he said Most definitely. And I swear by the one who has honored you

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with the truth. If that was me, I'd kill him.

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And he This is sad. He had so much as we say, in Arabic, Leela, or chivalry.

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Cat he can't fathom himself being in that hypothetical scenario. May Allah protect us being in that scenario and not going to jump and kill this person? For karasuma his little long it was lm is smarteru lm a upou. Say you do come. The prophet SAW Selim didn't rebuke him. He said to the other companions that were sitting there from the unsought. He said, Listen to what your the noble one amongst you is saying. Sorry about that was say you do and he was one of the chieftains of the community of the unsung

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As I said, a man by the kilo under the bed ethica will help in control. Do you know who the Savior is Alec? In the narration of Muslim, the wording is a little bit different. That said, perhaps there was a discussion of the rules that are that Allah mentions in order to know in the beginning of sola to note, Allah talks about when to hold someone accountable for adultery for Xena and Allah says that you have to have a robot it Shahada that you have to have for witnesses. So sad says, Oh messenger of Allah. If I find someone with my spouse, I really have to go and get four witnesses.

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And make them witness that situation so that they can testify. The prophets I send them said yes, you have to acquire four witnesses. So sorry, I'd said Kela said absolutely not. He said, I swear by the one that sent you with the truth. I would hasten to him with my sword and kill him before I would need to think about the four witnesses.

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And he was so zealous about that situation. Forgot also lifesized Salim Ismail, alemayehu Crusader. In the hula, you're on a woman, while La La Romany. The prophet SAW Selim said to the Sahaba, listen to what the noble one amongst you are saying, he has so much you know, chivalry, so much protective feelings for his honor and the chastity of his family. And I have more of that than him. And Allah has more of that than me.

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So the prophets, I send him You see how he in the most gentle of manners, flipped the script on him.

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And the Prophet dealt with him very gently, even though if you zoom out, and you analyze the dialogue, that's pretty bold, for someone to ask the Prophet. So I sent him a question about the rules of Allah, and then to come and say, No, I would do something differently.

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That's quite a bold stance in front of the Messenger of Allah. But that's Yeah, that's not something that sad was doing maliciously, or out of disrespect. It was a moment of a lot of emotion. And sad was someone who is known for his nobility and his honor and his goodness in Islam. So the prophet SAW Selim handled and corrected him in a in a gentle manner that did not expose him. How dare you say this when we he didn't handle the situation like that? Why? Because of the status that's by the head amongst the unsought and amongst the Sahaba in general. So here, we saw an example of how the prophets I send them handled that,

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that we mentioned actually, more than once in a couple of different chapters, the same narration where Abu Bakr and Omar had a

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had an intense argument. Do you guys remember that? We mentioned it more than once.

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I went back I don't remember had a very intense argument until Abu Bakar angered or Omar so much that Omar left and went home and slammed the door and go back into space. And Abu Bakr was asking him Please forgive me, please forgive me and omada was like, I'm not having it right now. Leave me alone.

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And so abubaker went to the masjid and he sat with the Prophet so I said I'm and he was clearly bothered.

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And later when Omar Calm down, he came to the masjid. And the prophets I send them defended Abubakar

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and he said will he said yes, Phil la halakhah. Yeah, Baba Yaga Pharaoh La La Abubakar. He said, May Allah forgive you a record and then he said to the Sahaba do not harm my companion, even though he was the one that angered him up, but once the emotions calmed down,

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he overlooked that mistake because of the status and the track record that Abubakar had in the community and all the law who and whom Jamie can

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In this narration jabber Abdullah may Allah be pleased with both of them narrates that a man by the name of Jerry Abdullah, virtually he came in, what can I say you owe me. And he was a noble man amongst his family and amongst his tribe. So he came and he entered upon the gathering of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the people perhaps they did not know him. Or perhaps they didn't recognize him. Or perhaps for some reason or another, they were not very excited to see him come and join the gathering. So people basically crowded together, and no one made space for him to sit.

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The puffles I said, I was sitting with a group of this a habit, and this man came in, and there's a habit, they all huddled together, they did not make space for him to sit. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. How did he handle that situation he took off his over a garment is that he that it's like a shawl or like a coat or something like that, he took it off. And he passed it to this man. And he said, engineers earlier, he said, put it down on the ground, and sit on it.

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Which shows so much respect and honoring, it's like someone takes off their own clothing and puts it on the on the ground as a mat. So the man picked it up, and he kissed it, and he rubbed his face with it. And he said to me, a lot honor you the way you have honored me and he put it back on the shoulders of the prophets of Allah it was set up. And then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to the Sahaba, he said, Whoever believes in Allah, and the last day,

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when a when a generous when an honorable and a noble person from amongst their people comes upon you, then do a column, then honor them, and host them with kindness. Either attack him, carry him home, in fact, remove when the honorable when someone who's known for nobility and generosity comes, then do excellent, be generous and honor them. Even though they may not necessarily be honorable in your rings, but they're coming from a

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tribe or a community or a family or a place where they are considered noble and honored, preserve for them that status and honor them. And this was the kindness and the mercy of the prophets of Allah He was

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what can you see no lay him in candle Hill sad heavenly mechanically him or coma envy Islami him. Now the the kindness and the mercy and the generosity of the Prophet so SLM to people of nobility, specifically, because that's our chapter extended even towards prisoners, even to those that were in prison that were in bondage incarcerated, which is a far cry from the way people that are incarcerated now are treated. It's a big, big night and day difference. And the prophet SAW Selim would do this, even if they were non Muslims, especially if they were non Muslims, hoping and seeking that through this kindness that they would accept Islam and adopted them as their way of

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life. So here we have actually quite a lengthy narration

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for Jaya amin Puma Mata Maupin This is a narration begins here on the authority of Abu hoolock. He says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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sent a reconnaissance mission if you will, a group of Sahaba on a reconnaissance mission to a place known as Al yamamah. Which is

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which is

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East,

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slightly north east of Medina, before a region known as nudged, which is in the center of the Arabian Peninsula.

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They returned with someone that they had captured and they didn't even know who it was. Exactly.

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So when they returned back to Medina, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was baffled by this. He said, Do you know who it is that you've brought? They said no, he said this is Thoma. Busan is a person by the name of Summa. He is the noble nobelist manda chieftain, the leader of his tribe.

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In Alia, Mama in that area. So the prophet SAW sent him said, Be kind to him, and be generous to him, and be merciful as you hold him in captivity. So they tied him to one of the posts inside the masjid

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which is a clean and protected place. They didn't throw him, you know, somewhere that's dirty or forgotten, you know, or in solitude or in solitary confinement, which has major psychological and emotional ramifications. They kept him in the masjid, the most populated, the the busiest, most bustling, active place in that community, the masjid, there is five times Allah, there's people learning, there's people studying, there's some people living there. I know so far. There's people coming with law. There's people coming for questions. The Prophet lives right there. There's any it's like if you want to be held anywhere you want to be held there. That's like a prime location.

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So they tied him to one of the pillars in the masjid of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the prophets I sent him went back to his household and he told his family, gather whatever you have from some food and send it to film ama. And then he also ordered the Sahaba to get a camel. That is the odor of the camel is heavy with milk, meaning it's ready to be milked. And he said and keep this camel close by to thermometer going back and forth. Meaning whatever he is thirsty whenever he wants to drink. It's there ready? available for him. He's not going to go hungry or thirsty. Not only that, it's like high quality food and drink as well.

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mother in the chaos Humana. So the prophets I sent him came to him and said what do you have to say oh mama, what's up? What do you got going on? For con in the year Mohammed hieron in ductal tactual diadem

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what in turn him away into the into name Allah Shakir. We're in Quinta to redo Mal, for sell to a common who mash it.

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He said oh Mohamed, all I have is good.

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If you want to kill someone, then you are going to kill someone that

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you know they're the their blood will not be forgotten.

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If you want to be kind and generous, then you will find that I am very grateful.

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And if it is wealth that you are seeking,

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then ask from whatever it is that you wish and you will be given

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further like a whole Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam attack and abandon hudy for karma indika to mama for either la McCotter. So the prophet SAW Selim.

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He left him be

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and then he came to him the next day and he asked him the same question. And FEMA responded with the same answer again. For Tanaka who Rasulullah Salallahu alaihe salam I

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mean Alhaji for Allah who came up to me a while for either and he remember to Nakata

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follow suit was awesome. Whoa, whoa, Mama. So the Prophet left him and then he came back to the third day and he asked him again, anything new, what do you have to say? And he said the same thing that he said the first day. And so the prophets I sent him said okay, and he left him. And then after that third day the prophets I sent him said, You know what, release him, let him go. Let him be free from Tanaka Isla de minimis De De De

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De De

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La ilaha illAllah. Muhammad abu allah sooner.

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Yo Muhammad wa la him I can only watch one Wedgwood Ababa LA I mean, what cheek of a Howard? You could have been Whoo hoo, La, La La he McCann I mean Dean abogado em indianic. For us, we're heading head bedini

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He said, Oh Mohammed. So when the puffs I said, I'm had him released, he left.

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And he went behind a cluster of palm trees behind msgid he found some water and he took a bath.

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He washed himself. And then he came back to the masjid. And he accepted Islam. And he testified that there is no one worthy to be worshipped except Allah alone and that Muhammad is His Messenger. And he said, Oh, Mohammed, I swear by Allah, there was no face on this earth that was more hated despise to me than your face. And now your face is the most beloved of faces to me. I swear by Allah, there was no religion that I hated more than your religion. And now it is the most beloved of religions to me, I swear by Allah there was no there was no land or civilization or community that was more hated to me than yours. When I used to hear about it, and now it is the most beloved to me.

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He said

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he said he then he asked the prophesies for them to take him with him where he said, Well no What do you do to Ramallah familia tala. He said, I want to go make or Milan, I want to go make the minor pilgrimage. So what do you think? For a lot of solos, I said, What Amala who anatomy for the maka diva Macaca Iran. So about barella work in a slum to more mohammedia Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when Allah He lived communally a mama to Putin, than a BMW salatu salam.

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So the prophets I send them said, you know, this is awesome. Go ahead, go Baker ambala.

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So he went to go make Ramallah and he went to Mecca. And Mecca was still

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dominated by the machete kin by the pagan civilization. And they recognize him, they recognize him that this is so and so from Alabama, from that nearby community. So when they came to him, the word spread that he was around they came to him and they said slow boat. They they use this derogatory term which they used to use to refer to people that accepted Islam.

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And he said, No, a slumped. I have become Muslim. I have submitted

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because Islam means submission.

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Mohammed with the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Messenger of Allah. And then he said, I swear by Allah, you will not get the tiniest of grain from India Mama, until the prophets I send them gives you gives permission.

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His community was an exporter of grain. And the people of Mecca used to import this grain from NAMM. And he's in charge of that community and now he is Muslim. So he is by extension in charge of that economy. So when they came to him with this attitude of, you know, how could you

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you know, lower yourself to the point where you follow that religion? He said no, rather I have submitted with Mohammed Saleh SLM to the will of Allah. Oh, and by the way, you remember those greens you guys get? You won't get one green until the prophets I send them gives me permission to release it and export it to you.

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Well, I

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mean, if I had if there are so many benefits we can extract from this Hadeeth amongst them is LTC. further than LTC and the virtue of making Lawson of washing and the LMS especially when a person wants to become Muslim.

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Take a bath, cleanse yourself. In Islam, cleansing and cleanliness is important not just physically, but internally as well. And so that baths that a person takes achieves both. It is physically washing and cleaning the body and it is also an active rebounder, which is cleansing of a person sins and earns them reward. So listen is something encouraged to do when a person wants to accept Islam, they're encouraged to make listen

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when a person wants to go for Salatu, Juma mickelsen, etc. And these different times even their own ms said, when a person wants to be in in hayleigh Vicar in a gathering of Vicar, Eva Malik used to make the hosel and wear new clothes and put some cologne on before he would go to the

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lesson before he would go to the helaba and when asked about that, he said we are going to be arrested

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Writing the words of Allah in the words of our messenger. So listen is something virtuous. It's good for a believer to always stay in a state of cleanliness.

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We also see how the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, even though this was someone that was captured on a military mission on a reconnaissance mission, he was still honored, he was still dealt with generosity, and so much so that he ended up as soon as he was released, he came back as a Muslim, they came back as a Muslim. And that shows you the wisdom and the strategy of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to put him in that environment where he would be surrounded by Salah. And then and the good behavior of the Muslims coming to that mustard.

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Which is very interesting because nowadays, some people say they come to the masjid and they are turned away because of how people treat them in the masjid.

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So that's a problem. Right? So hamdulillah we will make sure that we don't have that in our Masjid Charla agreed, Charla

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and if the Prophet sallallahu Sallam could be so merciful and generous to a disbeliever who is

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imprisoned, then I'm sure we can have some level of generosity and mercy to someone who comes as a free person, not as a prisoner.

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Is that not the case

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is a felon and handler By the way, I would like to

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stroke your egos a little bit.

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handler, this msgid has started to develop a good reputation of being very open and welcoming.

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And I've heard that from individuals myself, they said, I like to come here. I don't like to go to another Masjid. And we don't want to turn anyone away from any msgid that there's no competition here. But I just want to

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give credit where credit is due to all of you regular attendees, that people are feeling the difference, it is actually having an impact. People are actually noticing that you know what, there's something special there. When I go there, I feel welcomed people smile. People say sit down, people ask me if there's anything that I need. People don't shun me away, they don't ask me too many questions. They don't make me feel uncomfortable. So that's a good reputation to have. So, on one hand, we want to extend that appreciation to all of you. And on the other hand, let us work together to continue that and grow it in shallow to add even more, because this is not, this is not my house,

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and it's not yours.

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It's a law's house.

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What kind of sort of law to sell them lie around the home and he the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also would never turn them away from a meeting when they would come to want to meet with a prophet so I sent him he wouldn't turn them away.

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This is recorded in Bukhari and Muslim Jerry, brother Allahu anhu. And we mentioned his name before that he was saying you don't owe me that he was a person of nobility amongst his tribe. He said, The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, never

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no hijab and he never shunned me or turned away from me from the day I became Muslim. He always gave me his attention and made himself available for me.

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He said, and he never saw me except that he smiled to me in my face.

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And he said one day I complained to him. And I said, O Messenger of Allah, I can't keep my balance on my horse. He had a problem keeping his balance, he would always fall off of his animal.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave him a warm pat on his chest.

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Bottle, that bat here and now suddenly the prophets I send them which is a very gentle, very fatherly gesture. he patted him on his chest as he made drought and he said, Oh Allah, keep him steadfast in general, not just on his horse, in general, on his horse, on his feet, in his Deen in his mental state and his emotional state, keep him stable. stability is one of the most important things. A person could be financially stable, but if they're not emotionally stable, their life is a mess.

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They could be emotionally stable, they could be financially stable but spiritually, they're not stable. They can't stick on the deen their life will not be one of fulfillment. It's, that's how it works. stability is one of the best knierim as one of the best blessings of Allah subhanaw taala. So, let us seek stability even if it's with little.

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The prophets I said him said keep him steadfast, and make him of those that are guided, and those that guide others.

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Keep him of those that are guided, and those that guide others.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made and was available

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and presented himself to God and to people of nobility, with the utmost love and respect, gave them time and attention, respected their status and maintained it for them, even after their Islam. May Allah subhanho wa Taala guide us to follow the teachings of our beloved messenger. May Allah beautify us with his manners and his character. May Allah Subhana Allah allow us to interact and deal with others. The way the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam dealt with people. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to unite us with the beloved messenger in the highest levels of Jenna. And grant is a drink from his hand, after which we will never experience thirst. What does that come

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along? halen? Anybody have any questions? or comments?

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or concerns

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or feelings?

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