Breeze of Mercy Dec. 27, 2017

Mohammed Mana


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The speaker discusses the importance of being a light-skilled and humorous person in Islam, including the use of light-skilling acts and the use of light-skilling act in the past. They also discuss the struggles of the Prophet sallavi and the importance of remembering good things people have done to their behavior. The speaker emphasizes the need for people to be mindful of their actions and use them as symbols of morality, as well as the importance of showing mercy and not just being a witness.

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hola hola Mundo Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen

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wa Salatu was Salam I'm very thrilled I'm attending I had me know Eddie he was like he married

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lo Marilyn ma And Pharaoh and our friend Avi Mary limped and I was eating a lot of meat you know that was becoming really really unfair. Liar shadow mean any letter might mean nothing. Latisha long Melissa and Leila majority will say hello, or integer hasn't either she say hello. We begin by thanking and praising Allah.

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We ask Allah to teach us that which benefits us and to allow us to benefit from what he has taught us and to increase us and beneficial knowledge. we beseech Allah to shower our beloved messenger with compliments and salutations,

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Peace and mercy and blessings, forgiveness, elevation of status.

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And upon his family and his companions and all of those who follow his tradition, his Sunday until the end of time, we ask Allah to protect us from information that does not benefit from a heart that does not tremble from eyes that do not shed tears and from enough that does not find satisfaction

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as to what follows. This is the last gathering for this course.

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As of now,

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until until TBD, until to be determined

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or we'll end it with TBC To be continued. So, we were on the chapter for the past couple of weeks actually. turbulent ABS I said a man that will hate at the dealings of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam with people of status of nobility of honor of some

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influence, if you will.

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And so the last section that we mentioned was can they be a semi rural home? Well yet kulu in the home, and we mentioned the Prophet sallallahu wasallam visiting

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the house of

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Sorry, no rabada

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play in the next section is what kind of sort of long it sent me messy room.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in addition to all of the other qualities that we mentioned. Another quality is

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to be

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jovial, humorous, in a joking, light hearted manner with some of these individuals now, the prophets I seldom displayed and you will notice actually, up until now, we've been going on for more than a year. Now, you will notice that some of these qualities apply to different categories. The prophets, I seldom treated certain people with specific

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behaviors, but then there are the majority of the actions and behavior behaviors of the prophets, I send them apply to different segments of the community. So we see that repeated, but we each time we analyze it from the perspective of a difference from the perspective of someone who might have some disability from the perspective of someone who might have some nobility from the perspective of someone who, etc, we look at it from these different angles. Why is it relevant to this chapter, will a person who is of nobility of status, usually you have to be very stoic with them? Right, you have to be very formal, if you will. So here we see the Prophet sallallahu wasallam behaving in an

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informal manner, with someone who is a person of nobility, amongst their tribe and their family. And so we see that the prophets I seldom accepted this behavior from them, but he also would sometimes be the one to initiate some of these acts of lightheartedness with these individuals, so when we look at it from the shadow of this particular chapter, it kind of paints a new light, because we see the prophets I said that being humorous, with other Sahaba, who are not necessarily known for anything, any when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was very light hearted and humorous with a Sahabi, who was from the sofa, for example, the guy owns nothing in this dunya except the shirt on

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his back, or maybe even nothing on his back, maybe just is all around his lower half. So if someone is light hearted with a person like that, you say, Oh, no big deal. They're a they're not a person of wealth or nobility. But then you see it as sort of like a sort of long horizon and behaving this way with someone of status of nobility they're known, then you start looking at that same behavior from a different perspective.

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And say they've been laid in what can I say he's been hurt by that he shut off, whether we're lucky. Well, I didn't know that he and Ethan Asher Layton acaba call by Nima who had this will come, what can I feed him is that rune been a critical home for foreigner hoonah abuse, I said, I'm fee hostility be rude in

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And Hussein was Min rapala. He was, who was considered a person of intellectual strength as a smart guy,

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whether we are lucky, and someone whose opinion is sought after someone who is consulted, we want to know what his opinion is on the matter. And someone who was one of the 12 people who were consulted and who were people of

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opinion, not on any average time, but on the time of an acrobat. When the famous treaty, not before the treaty, there was the Bayer they are terracotta and then after that, there was the treaty. So that was a very important night. That was a very important time period, actually, several very important events impacting the CLR in the in the history of the Islamic community took place at that time, he was someone who was part of that process. So what does that tell us about this person?

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Is someone special, someone intelligent, someone respected, when whose opinion is valued,

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being the man who had different forms, so he is speaking on top of that, he is addressing the people and he is talking, giving his opinion on certain matters, expressing himself everyone is listening attentively.

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And he infused into his presentation, a little bit of humor. A little bit of just he said some things that made people smile and laugh a little bit. He got a little light hearted. So the prophet SAW Selim was appropriate. The prophet SAW Selim did not behave in a light hearted manner, when seriousness was necessitated.

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And the prophets I sent him was not overly serious. When the environment around him was light hearted.

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He was appropriate.

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Sometimes a person can be very funny.

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But it's bad timing. You know, sometimes someone says something funny, but the timing is bad. It becomes very insensitive.

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It's like really too early. You gotta wait a little bit for that one or not, you know, this is you know,

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a calamity happens something tragic. There is some loss, and someone comes in jokes about it. You're like, Listen, thank you for trying to make us smile, but this isn't time for that right now. You know?

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But the prophesied said it was appropriate. So you measure her home so that there's a little bit of humor in the vibe. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam poked him with a stick in his side

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spoke to him

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and so he jumped What is this? You know the prophets Isaiah and so he is laughing and that people are giggling and everyone's having a good time. For

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A B minor opportunity makini min. minute Steve had this awesome.

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Interview facility come out client if he has Lt. So he told the prophets I send them fair and square.

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Give me my right. Meaning you poked me. So an eye for an eye. I get to poke you back

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for a bit. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Go ahead. Take your right. poke me back to the way I poked you. The prophet SAW Selim was just an honest color in the alayka Kamiya sandwich Elisa, Elijah Cummings. He said to the Prophet so I said Um, no, it's not fair. You are wearing an outer shirt.

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And I wasn't

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you made direct skin contact if I poke you back right now. It's gonna come on your shirt. I want fair and square. A poke on the skin for a poke on the skin. Remove your shirt

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fall off and abuse or SLM and communist Lee. So the prophet SAW Selim said to him, Well, actually, he didn't even say anything. He lifted his shirt. He didn't tell him Hey, buddy. No. So what do

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you got a little to fly here buddy? You know? Okay, you want to take it? You know? It's just a joke, man. Calm down, relax. No, the prophets. I said him is like, well, he's not saying anything wrong. So the Prophet lifted his shirt.

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Tawana, who

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was a billion

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dollar in order to have a aerosolized SLM.

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So the offseason and lifted his shirt, what did he do? He jumped on the prophets. I said him and he squeezed him with a hug. And then he started kissing his side that the prophets I said him had exposed. And he said to the prophets, I said, I'm gotcha. This is what I wanted. I never meant to poke you back. I just wanted to have direct contact with your skin. Salalah Harrison with his blood body, Eddie Salatu was Sarah is narrated in the book of Buddhahood. So this is a person of intelligence of intellectual abilities. Hit the prophet SAW Selim is behaving with him in a very light hearted manner, he tolerated that from him. And the prophet SAW Selim, behave that way, which

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shows that it was appropriate at that time and place.

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Next, well, Tim will be murdered by whom? Allah wa jal who sews through the Allah. The prophet SAW, Selim also would be very diligent and would follow up with those amongst this demographic that had fallen ill.

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And he would visit them consistently over and over.

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Now, we've come across this before, again, to be repetitive. We've heard the prophets I sent him visiting sick in previous sections. Here it applies, again, because we're talking about this particular demographic, because again, this demographic sometimes is untouchable. You can't visit you can't come close. There's a certain hierarchy if you will, but know what the prophets I send them it was very simple, very respectful, and very appropriate. So the Prophet visited them, and a shuttle Lila and her pilot see basara who as

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you talked about him last week, so you do aos Johan de de la hora Joon Minh Corporation You are the who a Bank of New Erica forgot oh baby oh sorry sir amla hi Martin, Phil msgid. We are ready to move

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on Abu Bakr De Pere Abu Bakr Arabi al Maliki Malati Corrado at Suna. imechanica bo Solaris at me after it will be Saturday anymore. I've been in Bora Bora, who he met in LA Who? famously msgid the room in Caribbean

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There's the one we spoke about last week. We had confused him last week with Sarah divino. Rebecca. So this is sizable, whereas this is say you do outside of Nairobi, there was Mr. Udall, hajjaj. Right. That's what we found. And we said, Sarah, who was the one, as is mentioned, in this narration, we'll see by Phil hunt up, he was injured in the Battle of London, in the Battle of the trench, also known as the Battle of Villa hub, because different groups had united to fight against the prophecy. I said, I'm in the Muslims. In this battle, there was very little contact fighting. Why? Because upon the consultation of cinematic fatty See, the Sahaba with the prophet SAW, Selim

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dug a trench, a long trench shallow when we visit Medina will drive past the area where it was, you remember, Maddie, You don't remember? Well, there was no trench there anymore. It's a street but we drove past it. You weren't with us on the tour.

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It's very common, most people because of the jetlag, and the time difference.

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we're where we live in this battle, they had dug a trench and also Allah subhanaw taala had aided the Muslims with forces of wind and cold. So the hub the parties, the disbelievers, the non Muslim parties that had united to wipe out the Muslims, they really struggled. So between these two things, there was very little fighting. But with the little fighting that there was

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six Sahaba

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died in this battle.

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Only six, five of them died during the course of the bout of the battle and they were buried there next to Masjid 100 or it's called sub msgid.

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in Medina,

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if you go there, if you're facing the masjid to the left hand side, there is a big white wall. And there is no there's a small sign but if you're not careful, you won't notice but there are five Sahaba buried their men Shahada,

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the sixth one was cited a bit more as he sustained injuries from the battle. He died because of these injuries later, actually, another narration says

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Angelina Abdullah jabber narrates and jabber his home was very close to the place of work. By the way. In the hotel room, he a Yamaha v star who

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sadly, died was hit by an arrow or a spear in his arm, in the middle of his arm, and it hit a blood vessel.

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Anybody good with anatomy here

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is there. There's certain parts of the body where there are certain blood vessels that if they're hit, they will bleed profusely. I know there's a big one in the thigh. And obviously, you have one in your neck and there's one that runs through the armpit and the inside of the arm. Anybody take an enemy class? Okay, someone can fact check that anybody on this system

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is an artery there in the arm.

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Okay, somebody can fact check that. I don't know much about

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that topic. Anyways, he was hit in his arm and he bled a lot from it. So they tried to seal the wound, and the profit so I sent him actually was involved in trying to

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heal his wound, but his arm

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became inflamed.

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And it got swollen and infected. They tried again and it got swollen again, they tried a third time and they kept on getting swollen.

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So they tried to drain some of the liquid from the arm. And it was it looked really bad. For them it called Allahumma towheaded. UFC had that had that called whiny mean, Bernie Cordova. When he saw this condition was worsening. He basically came to terms with the fact that I'm probably going to die from this wound. So very bad wound. So he made their eye to Allah. He said, Oh Allah do not extract from my body, my soul until you allow me to be happy with the decision

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of many Cordova.

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Many Cordova was a Jewish tribe that lived in the outskirts of the city, and they had a treaty with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and with the Muslim community that they would not engage in any you no animosity or any warfare or any combat. And part of that is they won't aid anyone who is attacking. Now they violated that treaty because they actually weren't

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assisting the Polish and I was a fan and the other factions in this campaign against the Muslims in the Battle of his app. They actually were like an armory, they stored a lot of weapons and supplies and they helped, and they themselves were

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in a fortress.

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Maybe we can go into more detail about what happened because there was a very nice story about how that took place. In any case, eventually, they came to after the battle was done, they themselves came to the conclusion that we want to appoint sizebutton more as a judge between us and the prophet SAW Allah because they knew that they broke the treaty. So now what will be the consequences? What are the consequences of treason,

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Going back on a peace treaty, basically making an act of war, when you have a treaty of peace, that's very serious, no country in the history of human civilization take such an act lightly. treason

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is was one of the most heinous acts at the governmental at the country communal level. In any case, they chose our dividend while at some kind of law and so sourthern rather, was carried as he is injured, and he is the one that came to the ruling that the men from this group of people who engaged in this treason violated the treaty, they will be executed capital punishment. The prophets I said them and the Muslims are not the one that appointed side as the arbitrator. They did. And after he made that decision for them my follow up I mean me him

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in front of Allah format, after that, the the attempts that they had made to heal that wound are basically

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not successful and and he bled profusely and then he died.

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Out of the Allahu, and

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so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Baba and abuse icmeler who hemifield Masjid, when he was injured, the prophets I seldom told them arrange for a tent, you know, arrange for a

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facility inside the masjid for him to be taken care of why?

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But what could be the scholar comments on this? And he says, so that the prophets I sent him would be able to visit him regularly.

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on a regular basis. You know, there was in Medina, one of my teachers, there was a brother who had gotten very sick, somehow a very strange illness. I've never seen or heard of anyone with this illness. Even the doctors there, they told him, we have nothing to tell you. You got to go out of the country and figure something out. He chose not to do that. And very soon thereafter he died and he was buried in bacteria Rahmatullah hear it.

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In any case, one of my teachers from Allah, He used to go and visit him every single night.

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Every single night, he would go and visit him. And I went with him a couple of times. And this is someone who is older, who has a full time job, double shifts, kids, grandkids, all of these things. And I'm like, barely struggling to go and visit this guy couple of times, and he's going every single night. 11pm 1130 midnight. 1am. What does he do? He goes there, the guy can't move. He can't move. He goes,

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cooks, starts cooking food for him, brings him some groceries.

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Get some olive oil, massages his feet. Does little Thea on him read some called on on him, has conversation brings a smile to his face. He is taking literally taking care of the guy.

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He needs to go use the bathroom, he will hold him in the bathroom as he's urinating and defecating as a qumola. May Allah honor you. Like it's not a pretty gesture. Like you got to really be genuine to do something like that. Only the best of us maybe?

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Well, I'm sure there are good amongst us, but some of the good amongst us. If someone is sick, we'll go visit them one time.

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And then we check that box off. Well, I visited a sick person Mashallah I'm doing what an achievement. But the achievement is to visit someone regularly.

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Because some people are, I mean, I'm not talking about a common cold or a flu or a cough or you're sick for a few days a week, two weeks and then you're okay.

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But some people are sick for months. Some are sick for years.

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And they end up being forgotten.

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They end up being forgotten. Someone will go visit them once, okay, I visited them home, they lie fulfilled, but they haven't moved. They're still sitting there. So to visit someone regularly, that's really where the gesture shines. That's where they really feel the kindness

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When you're going there over and over again, so the prophet SAW Selim, he wanted to facilitate that. He told them make a tent claim inside the masjid, so that I can visit him regularly. And then also the Sahaba would be visiting and regularly he is not going to feel lonely inside the bin where there's a person of nobility See, you do it else, this tribe of the unsought he is like, at the top of their leadership.

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So that was a really beautiful gesture from the Prophet salallahu it he was saying, What can I can if I knew him, I say, you

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know, rabada the Prophet did the same thing for the, the noble man of the other tribe and his Lodge and by the way, it also has urged us to be arch enemies. They were at each other's necks for generations, the only thing that finally brought an end to their petty and trivial generational battles with Islam, according to Manisha for it millenary Bianca de Caminha, you guys were about to drag yourselves down into a pit of fire, but Allah saved you how with Islam.

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For generations they were going and that's why after Islam, when a quarrel ensued between two Sahaba and one of them yelled out your house. And the other one said, Raj, the prophets I sent him came out of his tent.

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Latina the Prophet was furious, he came out and he said, what you are doing now is disgusting. It's repulsive. It's nasty. Because you are doing this for generations, killing each other senselessly over stupid, petty things. Islam came and brought harmony to your civilization. And now you're going to go back and call your tribal names. So they This is how they were Islam came and brought peace to that community. So you had said they've been around for who was the the leader of the house and Sarah w. rabada, who was the leader of Al Hassan and Abdullah him knew Mr. de la Miranda who call Connor Judas and May Allah Sula his wife cinnamon

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and salt for Salah

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Ansari, you

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on top. Okay, Roberto, Carlos

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Carrasco, Salah many Urdu home income for karma Hakuna Matata who and Marilyn any

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danis mc fetal Cassie balcatta Gina who first hola como

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la Isabella harder sallallahu alayhi

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salatu salam

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ala rasulillah fabrik nw sama horario Cinema Farah maral como buka Cinema becco alatus maroun in Allah Allah your ld boulby them in any issues Nickleby when I can, you will be high that I shall early, Sunny. Oh, your ham urahara Muslim, Abdullah Omar narrates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that he says we were sitting with the prophets ourselves in a gathering. So a man from the unsalted came, He gives an AMP to the prophet SAW Selim, and then he got up to leave. As he is leaving, the Prophet told him Hey, hold on one second, let me ask you about my brother. How is my brother? Sarah dibner rabada. He said, you know, he's okay. He's okay. But he was ill at the time,

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you know, is as good as can be.

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So the prophet SAW, Selim said, who will join me to go visit him. So the Prophet stood up and we stood up, and we were about 11 or 12.

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You know, in that number range, and he says, we didn't have any shoes, we didn't have any outer garments. We were really not in a good situation. But we walked and we walked barefoot, and we kept on walking until we crossed over land that did not have any vegetation on it. This means they walked a far distance, until they came to the place where there was, and so the people around him, his family, his neighbors, his community, they delayed visiting him, so that he would whatever energy that he would have, he can have it for when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam visits him. So when the prophets I said on came he asked them, you know, is he still alive? The prophets I said him, it

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seems he might have gotten some indication perhaps he might have his condition might have worsened so bad that he died, said Is he has he passed? They said, No, he's still alive. So when the prophet SAW I said, I saw his condition he cried. And when the people around saw the prophets, I saw them crying, then they started crying. The Prophet said, Hey, listen, Allahu Subhana. Allah does not punish or grant mercy because of a loss of habitat. He does not punish because of our tears, or because of the sadness of our heart. But Allahu Subhana data will punish or will show mercy because of the actions and the effects of this. And he alluded, brought the attention to the tongue, meaning

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the prophets I sent him says, You can cry and you can feel sad.

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But at the end of the day we will be held accountable for the words and the statements that we utter.

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The Prophet took that as a profound learning experience for the habit and the people around. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked inquired about him, he said my brother, sorry about that. He traveled a long distance, he encouraged the people to go with him and go visit him.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is teaching the Sahaba around him to be very conscious and aware and take heed.

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Take important lessons that you can act upon from witnessing these people around that are ill that are on their, their deathbed, may Allah Subhana Allah have mercy upon us.

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The prophets I sent him would also make sure he would consult people of of nobility

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nsmt Malik Kendall de la hora and Salim Shah Hina Bella who is web Sofia in particular Abu Bakr infallible and Mr. Omar Aragon who, for commissary.

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Era today Dr. Rasulullah olivine fcbd no mo tena,

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Nevada kill it with the Mayor de

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la samanas from Tahlequah, Tennessee to be bedridden for some water supply Salalah registered me with only Saturday when a shopper who darrick

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the office loyera cillum, just prior to the Battle of Bedell

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did Shula with the Sahaba said ushiro Alia

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you will own the puffs I sent him said give me your advice, your consultation essentially, they realize that Abu sufian had

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diverted the caravan and now they are going to embark on a

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on a battle type of situation which is not what they were prepared for. That's not what they were going there for.

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So Abubakar spoke, the prophet SAW Selim did not recognize the consultation of Abu Bakar. At this time, Omar spoke the prophet SAW Selim did not recognize the consultation of Roma at this time, even though the prophets spoke generally, he wanted to hear from the unsolved. Why, because the unsolved are the ones that welcomed the Prophet. So I said, I'm in the small group of Maha jhulan. But their agreement with the Prophet so I sent him was to defend him

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defend the purpose of the law, most of them should anyone tried to harm or attack him. But now they're in a situation where they have taken the initiative to go out

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and intercept the caravan of Abu Sofia. And this is not defensive, this is

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offensive. This is taking the initiative. And essentially they are reclaiming the wealth that had been stolen from them during the embargo and the persecution in Mecca. But that's another story for another day.

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So the prophets I send them wants to see, because according to the letter of the agreement to the unsought are not bound to engage the prophesizing them in this expedition based on their agreement. So the prophets I said them does not want to impose upon them something that they did not necessarily agree to verbatim. So when the Prophet says, What do you guys think? He wants to hear from the unsought because that's going to make it or break it. If they unsought are not going to be participating there. There's going to have to be a change in strategy. So sorry about that. Who was we said so you don't have knowledge? He spoke up.

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And he said,

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we said last week's

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rabada in the Battle of better, he said IANA to read, he said O Messenger of Allah, it seems it's us you want to hear from because they saw Abubakar speaking, the prophet is not

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recognizing his consultation are not of the same, which means, you know, sad or mad, it was very observant. He said you want to hear from us or messenger of Allah, okay. He said, I swear by the one in whose control is my soul. If you want us to cross the ocean, we will cross it with you. If you want us to cross to this place, and he mentioned a place in in Yemen, which is far away, we will go with you to that place.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was very encouraged and motivated by this gesture and this response that he got from south of new rabada or the Allahu anhu at this occasion, and they continued forward with their strategy. And then there was the events of Venice.

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So that was really something very important.

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Also, prior to the expedition have a hand up, the prophet had sent a messenger to Saudi Arabia and sorry w moreof. Since they were from two different family groups, making sure I with them. Prior to the Battle of

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the prophets, I said I made sure with the Sahaba the Prophet is consulting with the Sahaba. But specifically, he is consulting with people of nobility and people of leadership within their respective communities. Well, can I follow? Neither will he teach me to whom we will care for you whom Allah, the prophet SAW, Selim would remember, and he would keep files, not physical files in the file cabinet. We'd like a mental note, he had files for what these people of nobility did, and he would remember the goodness that they did.

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It is part of gratitude. It is part of generosity to remember the good that people do for you.

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Conversely, it is a lack of generosity to remember very vividly and to remind others the good that you have done for them.

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You see the difference?

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It is a sign it is a mark a hallmark of generosity, and gratitude, to remember the goodness that others have done to you no matter how small it is.

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Conversely, it is a sign of arrogance, and it is a lack of generosity, to remember very vividly the goodness that you have done to others and remind them of it.

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So the prophet SAW Selim would remember the goodness that he experienced from others and Jumeirah multimodal della Hanuman and have yourself set him apart. He was out I bet didn't know Canada multimorbid already in Hagen to Mecca lemon if he heard that

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letter back to him level.

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We mentioned this hadith last time, when they were prisoners of war, after the Battle of better the Prophet at that position, he remembered the goodness that he witnessed from

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him even though ID

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and the Moto immigrant ID and we mentioned last week and the week before the goodness that he showed the Prophet sallallahu wasallam at a time of real difficulty.

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So the Prophet said, if an multiminer id was alive today, and he came to me speaking about the affairs of these prisoners, I would have released them to him

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because of that goodness, that he showed

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Jimmy, back in the days of persecution in Mecca.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would

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remember and record, the goodness, he did not forget it. He didn't take it lightly, and oh, no big deal. But that's a sign of generosity. One of my teachers, he said, if you want to recognize who is allocating Him, who is not allocating, who is who has the sliver of alcohol on a person who has generosity as part of their personality, he said, Don't get too caught up with someone who always gives.

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If I were to ask you, what is the sign of someone who is very generous, you say someone who is always giving

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all the time they can, which is fine. Yes, they have generosity. But a person who is generous, because sometimes a person can give but they're not really kidding. They're giving but they're giving with

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strings attached. Or maybe they're giving but then they will remind the recipient of that later. And that is elmen labtopia Russa the article mill manual Allah, Allah says don't undo your acts of charity by reminding others of what you have done that undoes distaste for

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he said, my teacher if you want to see who is carrying him, then look at the one who responds to the most trivial act of kindness with profound gratitude.

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You give him the tiniest thing, they are so grateful. That is a sign of calm. This person is generous.

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Which is very interesting if you think about it.

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Well kinda you only for Uber that will hit at apologies or mode we're extending over the time do you give us a small extension? Okay, it's like a lucky number is our timekeeper tonight, he said,

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watch yourself. So I apologize. Can you I just want to finish this chapter because we will be taking an indefinite pause. We're kind of all over the place.

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At Pharisee to Fie or Aplia. To him, we have a demo home at home. But we don't need to spend too much time because we have mentioned this before

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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would do Li fulco loop.

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This is

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this is a,

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an activity, if you will, it's an action. And it deals with drawing people nearer through acts of kindness, softening people's hearts to Islam, and to the Muslim community through acts of gift giving. And the Prophet mentions them as a category of those eligible for a cat eligible for that cat. Pending some conditions. We won't we will get into that at another time in place, but they are a category what is more elevated, ooh, boom, men home, Elmo, elevated Polo boom are people that if you were to give them some of those acat that gesture would really soften their hearts and they would say, Man, I really should think about this Islam. Or they might be in a position of authority,

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this gesture of giving them

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this Zakat might tell them you know what, we're going to deal with the Muslim community or the Muslim nation with kindness and respect and we're not going to harm them.

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That category of people is a more elevated audioboom. So the prophets I sent him would do this. In addition, you have people that are brand new to Islam,

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if they are people of influence, for better that was what he Hernan bioderma Allahu Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah will he asked him

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why D and Islam even oration therapy or if we add to it, or if we add in kaffee Allah, we mentioned this in a hotel one time, the Battle of who name

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the Battle of your name, the prophet received huge amounts of spoils of war. And he gave away huge amounts of it to the brand new Muslims from polish,

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like abou, Sofia and etc. And they were brand new Muslims and the Ansel, who had been supporting the prophets. I send them with their sweat, blood and tears and money and their own homes. They got very small. So they started What's going on here? We'll say Bruce, Dan, this guy's been the he's been the Achilles heel of the Muslim community trying to kill the prophesized lm for over a decade. And he gets all of this and the unsought are forgotten these rumors started spreading.

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So the profit center addressed them he gathered the unsold and only unsold he said no one from the unsought is allowed to be part of this gathering unless they are relative to him, maternal uncles you're allowed to stay otherwise get out this is a private conversation and the prophets I said I'm poured his heart out to them. He said you guys want material wealth? I am giving these people something which is not really that valuable after all, just because they're brand new to Islam. I want their hearts to be soft into Islam in the Muslim community, whereas you the unsold, you have me

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know Silikal unsalted why the endless select two ideal answer he said if the answer go in this direction, I'm following the unsolved these people.

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That's my people. I'm not even gonna follow them. I'm following you.

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He said, I don't Are you happy that all of these people go with sheep and camels and cow and coins and swords, and you go home with a sudo la Larson back home. So they all erupted in crying. They realized, man, we were so foolish, getting so caught up with some cows and sheep, let them have their cows and sheep. We have Rasul lifesized to them. And after Fatima COVID of the prophets, I said I'm going after the conquest of Mecca, that's his home, his home that he said, if my people don't kick me out, I'm not leaving. By he came back. Open. He can stay in Mecca.

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Who doesn't like their hometown? You have a special place for your home.

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If you didn't have to leave your home, that's comfortable. But the prophet Didn't he went back to Medina, because he wanted to be with Ansel. So the prophet SAW Selim would sometimes do leave will soften the hearts with some gifts, some gestures, and sometimes that could be from as a cat, and these are people of nobility of status.

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Abu sufian is someone who is any he's been a leader for a long time. And he had a certain

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persona, a certain attitude and even his children. Morelia, his son will be Sophie and will be lower and who his mom his whole life was telling him, you are going to be a king. That's what he grew up in. That's the mindset that he

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was on. So these people, they come to Islam, then we then they get put on the bottom of the, you know, communal, basically feeding chain that's not gonna sit well with them.

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And the prophets I said lamb, he doesn't care about wealth he cares about hearts. So if it means we have to give them some wealth so that their hearts are softened, and they learn and grow in their Islam, and they become part of the Brotherhood and the fraternity of this community. So be it. Okay. It's not the Prophet has bigger, higher, bigger goals and objectives. This works with some people, other actions work with other people. So the Prophet diversified his gestures

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as we come to a conclusion

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level of harshness. Again, that is appropriate, and Abdullah minimis original De La Valle

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This is a lengthy narration of the library Massoud narrates that the prophets Larson was spraying in front of the caravan.

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And a group of the arrogant chieftains of Polish, were sitting around from a distance watching, mocking and laughing. And so he said, which one of you is going to go to the stable of so and so and gather the blood and the feces and the waist and the intestines and insides of an animal and cast it on the back of the Prophet when he goes down for sujood. And so

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he got up and he decided he wanted to be the lowest of the low. He just said, Well, hey, I'm for that task. I'll go handle that, you know, put himself in the most dismal situation that you can be. And he went and gathered all of this filth, and he cast it over the back of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when the Prophet was making Salut. And the Prophet did not move. He remained in sujood until God ran back and told Fatima what had happened. I've deliberately Massoud says, I'm watching this from a distance. He says I wish I had one extra piece of cloth so that I can put it and and clean the profits. I said no, but he said I had nothing. And I believed it. Massoud was very thin in

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stature. And in other occasions in Mecca, they had beat him black and blue. So he was not in the position to physically defend the prophesize that him and his heart was aching to witness this faulty McCain, the daughter of the prophets, I send them and she with her own hands cleaned all of this filth off of the prophets lie Selim. And then she went to them and she was cursing them for doing such a repulsive and arrogant and rude

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unaccepted unacceptable

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action. When the Prophet finished his Salah he said Oh Allah destroyed Polish Oh Allah destroyed oratio Allah destroyed Polish

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And then he mentioned that by name he said, Oh Allah destroy Abuja hen destroyer, which webinar Libya, and he mentioned all of them by name, said Oh Allah destroy them.

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I've deliberately misread the narrator, he says every single one of those people the Prophet named, I saw them dead on the battlefield of better.

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Except for, oh my god, if he says he was bombing, he was a huge guy. And then he mentioned how they saw him. He was, he had almost been killed. And then he was being dragged until he ended up, you know, dying.

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But all of them were named by the prophets, Allah, the Prophet did not hold back, because that was a situation where there needed to be a response of strength.

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See, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was not passive.

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The Prophet was merciful. And Mercy is not the same as being passive.

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Mercy can sometimes necessitate

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gentleness, and mercy sometimes necessitates strength. And all of that follows falls within the umbrella of strength. But we see the Prophet being more gentle than he was being harsh. But at those times, when there needed to be response of strength, the Prophet did not hold back. Like in this situation,

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what kind of similar sentiment you'll have already him Ariana and Phil Cole, the prophet SAW them or send them was

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very tough with them in speech, when it necessitated such

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And in conclusion, as we said, The Prophet sallallahu Sallam the summary of his

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mannerisms, the summary of his behavior, the summary of his dealings, the central theme of his message that Allah had sent him with to mankind. Well, my eldest son Naka, de la, de la la, I mean, our messenger of Allah we have sent you as a source as an example, as a living example of a hammer of mercy.

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And it'd be Julio total de la mer and whom Allah Allah so like I said, a man hasn't been already. We're in the habit of Tamimi. jellison Kohler inelia. Shorten Minh and Willard ma bell to mean whom I hadn't for Nevada la de la Sol, La.

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la you're him.

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This is narrated in Bukhari and Muslim Abu hurayrah says, The Prophet sallallahu wasallam kissed and has an Ebner le. And sitting beside him was a current mahabis at me, me, who was also a person of nobility and of status. And when he saw that at UCLA, I told the office I said, I'm I have 10 children, I have never kissed them the way you're kissing this grandson of yours.

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The Prophet said to him, the one who does not express mercy will not experience mercy.

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The one who does not show mercy will not find it. And Allah is the Most Merciful.

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Mmm, no, he comments on this. And he says, This is not only when dealing with children, this is that's one example. But exemplifying expressing Mercy is something that should be a central theme in a person's dealings all of them at all times and with all people. So there could not be a more appropriate hoodie for us to

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pause on.

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Melee or ham, lay or ham or hammelmann, fill out your hammacher Memphis summer, show, express deal with those on this earth with the mercy the Most Merciful

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will deal with you with mercy. And if you have mercy from Allah, what more can you ask for?

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What more do you need, other than mercy from Allah? That is the mercy that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Illa Anita Madani Allahu Allah. The Prophet himself said, I will not enter agenda except if Allah envelops me in his mercy.

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May Allah Subhana Allah Allah have mercy upon us. May Allah subhanahu wa tada deal with us with His mercy and not His justice. If Allah were to be just with us for every single action, we will be destroyed. But we are hopeful in Allah subhana wa tada His mercy

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and we ask Allah subhanahu wa tada to beautify us with the character of the Most Merciful

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Creation Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and to adorn us with his character traits and his mannerisms, and May Allah give us the trophy to deal with others the way we have heard the prophets I seldom deal with people.

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May Allah subhanaw taala unite us with our beloved messenger the highest levels of genda

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until further notice, is a common law field and for your attendance and your listening and your care and your concern and your questions.

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Only Allah subhanho data can truly reward you for the goodness that

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that I can be a witness of. So May Allah subhana wa tada reward you and multiply your award many times over how that was sort of Lahore Silla more about our Karolina Vienna Muhammad Ali he also can be a little more law who Allah said America Muhammad Allah