Life Of The Prophet 12

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AI: Summary © The speakers explore potential opportunities for Islam in Makkah, including the Prophet's desire to encourage people to come to Islam. They also discuss the history and importance of finding a point in a man's life where he lost hope. The return of the Prophet and praying at home during the pandemic is also discussed, along with the topic of dosage of alcohol and its impact on one's behavior. A guest is mentioned who is coming to the event.
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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayidina Muhammad while early he also have been well that

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so we said the prophets of Allah he said

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after the

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difficult phase or time in his life, the death of his wife, dear wife, originally Allah Anna, and then the death of his uncle Abu Talib was the main support for him.

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It was such a difficult time for the Prophet salallahu Salam and got to a point where he somehow thought of exploring another

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potential invitees, people that he could approach and invite them to Islam because it was getting just hard with the people in Mecca. So we went to a bar if traveled to a dive on foot. Some narrations indicate that

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ZEW Haritha was with him. Some in some narrated narrations indicates that his aw Haritha was with him and it will pay him instead of mad he confirms this. He goes with his sides with this that is either a hadith or was with the Prophet salallahu Salam during this experience. So he went to alive and he spoke to the leaders of above three leaders have a GPA of three brothers they are considered to be the leaders of a life

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the sons of

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the sons of armor, three of them.

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So

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the sons of Abdullah Al Al, their father's name is Abdullah Abdullah Yellin. So the Prophet Salam received from them a very negative response, disrespectful, condescending kind of response, aggressive. And the President made a request. He said, since you guys not accept my invitation to Islam.

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I just have one request that you guys don't spread the news. And don't let the news reach the people in Makkah, because the prophets person doesn't want to be to deal with more resistance or more aggression from the people of Makkah, having left Maccha and approach somebody else as we said this would be considered like an act of treason, betrayal to the people in Macau that you're inciting another tribe or another city against us and you're seeking the help against us. So the Prophet of Islam asked them not to disclose that event or that encounter, but obviously they did not honor the his risk his request, and they incited we said the foolish ones among them, the younger ones among

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them and some of the slaves as well to chase the prophets of salaam with stones and abuse. and they kept chasing the Prophet SAW Salem and the diviner Hadith that according to that narration,

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until they reached an area outside of life, where there is a garden that belongs to Akbar, Abner, Robbie and Shabaab, no labia,

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the two brothers, two brothers from Makkah, and we said these were among the staunchest enemies of Islam in Makkah. But they had this kind of garden and farm between mechanical if closer to life closer to our turf. So all the ones those were chasing the prophets, I send them with that abuse and the stones and everything. They only let the prophets I seldom go when he entered that garden because it was a private property. So they left him and they turn back to life. The prophets of salaam was in extremely difficult state, emotionally, extremely difficult state. He was literally traumatized, literally traumatized. Imagine you're approaching people with some kind of hope. After

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about, let's say, probably around 10 years in Mecca of resistance and rejection and opposition and persecution and disrespect. You're approaching people with some kind of hope, some kind of hope, yet you get the worst response, the worst response, and here's why. It shall obligate Allahu Anhu. Later on. She asks the prophets of Solomon question. He says,

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What was the worst day that you

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ever experienced? What's the worst day in your life so far?

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So the Prophet SAW Selim says that your people kicked me out of Makkah. Basically, they forced me out of Makkah, when I was trying to give them the message, so I left in order to give the message to apply for then I was rejected. And then I was abused and disrespected and treated badly. He said, I lost, sort of lost my thoughts, I lost myself. And I only woke up Oh, came back to my senses when I wasn't gonna thigh lib, the area of cotton. Where that garden is actually is. So the Prophet SAW Salem, because of the intensity of that experience being chased out of life in that way, the prophets of salaam almost went in a trance

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almost went into like a state of, of consciousness. That is, that is far a little bit from when he detached a little bit from reality. And by the way, this is something that is known for anyone who has some psychological background, when people go into an extreme or intense situation, a very challenging situation. It's the minds ability to go into a trance, to protect you from that direct experience. And really, in extreme cases, by the way, like people who have multiple personality disorder, or people who are who get become bipolar, even schizophrenia in certain cases where people have the genetic tendency or proclivity for it.

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Under extreme circumstances, it's a trick that the mind does to protect you from that immediate experience. In extreme cases, it reaches these psychological, you know, conditions, but with the prophets of salaam like many of us, sometimes you really go through an experience, and it's sort of you don't believe what's happening to you. And you're really sometimes you feel numb, desensitized somehow, like, you don't have to deal with the experience fully with the experience or take the full blow of the experience. That's a gift from Allah subhanaw taala to help really them that he designed the mind in a way that really buffers whatever you're going through, if it's very intense. So the

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam seems that he went into that state of mind. So he says, Today shall be allowed and that was chased out of alive, and I sort of lost my thoughts. I lost my I lost track of where I was, where I was walking and what was around me, until I came back to my senses in an area called Karnataka aalib. So called Anita Alvarez, we said his word that garden of Sheba and Raja, two brothers, and they were there. And we said, these were very like, these were people who abused the prophets of Salaam, abused his companions. They had a lot of enmity towards them, but when they saw the provinces that live in that state,

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they feel sympathy.

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They feel sympathy.

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So they had a person who works for them. And his name is a Deus a Deus is from

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Ninawa

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it's in Iraq, it's in Iraq.

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So they said to us take these grapes, and they put them in a on a plate. I said, go to that man, and offer him you know, these grapes.

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So he goes to the profits on Sunday. And he offers him the grapes and he says, could eat

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the profit. I'm looking at him. He looks at the grapes.

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picks one grape, and he says Bismillah and he eats very simple.

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The man looks at the Prophet SAW Solomon, he says in the Herald Columbia, all who Aloha the hill builder. And what you just said, this is not something that people in this town in this area, say they don't say In the Name of Allah, then let's say Bismillah. These are etiquettes we might consider them to be simple. But Bismillah is such a powerful word. It shows it's not just a word you say but it shows that I eat in the name of Allah because I'm aware that this is a gift from Allah Subhana Allah, this is the creation of Allah subhanaw taala. So the Muslim whatever we do, Allah is always present with us. The thought of Allah subhanaw taala is always there for us. Why because

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Allah is our companion. As as the person told us in the era of a sufferer

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draft for traveling, traveling Allahumma Anta Sahiba for suffer, Oh Allah, you are the companion in travel. And this is not limited to traveling, but it's also at every time and is what we call an aerobic Elma. Yeah. And Maria is that Allah is with us. So we have two levels of a Mariya where Allah subhanaw taala is with his creation. One is with everyone Allah is with his knowledge is with us. He sees and he hears everything and he knows everything. This is the general May and May Allah

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Um, there is special met a year, a specific type of connection or closeness from Allah. So Allah says creation, which is an Mariela Hustla, which is only for the believers, that Allah Subhana Allah is with them

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in his support, and in his help Allah is with them. So when the problem says Bismillah, it is not just a word like many of us do it out of, you know, it's just a habit, like Bismillah is just a word that comes out. But a word is supposed to have a route in the heart, which is connection to Allah. And this is where the intention comes from. And this gives the word its intensity. And this is where the reward comes from, as well, is that Bismillah I'm eating in the name of my Lord, the name of Allah subhanaw taala. So the person I'm eating, the man says, This is not something that people of this town say.

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So the process says, So where are you from? Imagine he's just been traumatized. And he still has the ease

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and the the nice character and the curtsy just to strike a conversation with such a man with genuine curiosity, genuine curiosity. So

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he said, So where are you from? If you're not from here, where are you from? Because the word really implied that I'm not from here. And I'm an outsider. And I observed that people don't say what you just said, especially when they eat. So the person I am recognized

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that this man is not from here, and obviously by other signs as well probably the language, the accent, maybe the complexion, etc. So the professor Marcin, where are you from showing genuine curiosity and interest in that person? And obviously everyone likes to say say something about themselves. And something about their their where they come from. So he says I'm from Nino.

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The Prophet SAW Selim says

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Bella will have the salad. You want to submit to her Oh, that's the town of the righteous servant. You want to serve and metta Prophet Yunus it is salam ala sublimate at Deus is a Christian and he's a Christian and he's still he's aware of the tradition of Prophethood that so it's still like it seems that

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culture or the the culture in his own country in His own town, still maintain the news about Prophet Yunus or a Salaam. So he said, Well, my animal can be Musa lb be on us and how come you know about units like you guys know nothing? You don't have scripture? You don't have prophets. You have nothing. You guys are just illiterate people, Arabs, you just do business and so on so forth. How can you know about US diplomats like this stood out for a Deus the Prophet SAW Selim says that can if he can earn 1,000,000,001 nmbu Mithra. He says, This is my brother, he was a prophet sent by Allah, and I am a prophet just like him.

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So when I bear saw that, what did he do? He started kissing the Prophet SAW Selim on his hands and his feet, he is using his hands and feet. Now who's observing who's watching

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Shiva and

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zapping this? So

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this man is the servant or probably he was a slave to one of them. So the other one says to him, Look, I've said the alayka hottie muck he has spoiled he's messed up the mind of your servant.

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Now so anyway, so at Deus kiss the Prophet Solomon respected him and the problem eat from

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the problem eight from eat the grapes.

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And so when I das went back to his master, both of them, they said, like, what did you do? Like what stupid thing you did? They said like way hack, alter VALIC? Like, what? Like, they sort of told him off? Why do you discuss his feet and his hands?

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So he gives them a very profound response. He said,

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Lisa, I'll be me through either. He says there's nothing no one on earth like this man.

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There is no one on earth like this man. And you will find no one better than him.

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So they said yeah, Deus lyase refund Nokia and DNA in Edina Cairo, Medina, they said they had that don't let him get you into his religion, your religion is better than his still the enmity is there. Still, the enmity is there, and the arrogance is there. So anyway, so that was the experience of the Prophet salallahu, Salam with with a Deus and I want to take lessons from here and from the DUA that we mentioned last time. I want to repeat it again.

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Some brothers asked me where where they can find it. You just if you just Google the first few words of it, it will come up the very famous da now I have to point out there is a big dispute on

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on this call is whether this is an authentic hadith or not, there is a huge dispute, really, really. So most of the books of this era, from the early times from the early times of Islamic history, until today, they include this narration and this hadith as a very

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significant stage and incident in the life of the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Some of the scholars of Hadith had concerns about it, and they investigated it and they figured out from a hadith perspective, there is weakness. Yet there are some scholars of Hadith who have investigated the Hadith further and they found supporting narrations where the Hadith reaches what we call has an acceptable so.

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So the Hadith has been accepted by the majority of Muslim scholars as something that actually happened in the life of the prophet Sallallahu sallam. So again, I want to read it again, I want to take some benefits there. Because there are beautiful lessons in this. This is one of the lowest moments in the life of the Prophet Solomon, the way he handled it is very interesting, and very helpful it gives, there are so many lessons that we can actually take from this. So the Prophet SAW Selim, as we said, when he

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just managed to escape from the harm of the people who chased him out of a life hit straight away, he attends to Allah subhanaw taala. And for those if Allah subhanaw taala makes us live long enough in sha Allah to reach the Battle of

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the Battle of the province of Saddam does something similar after the Battle of forehead because the battle as well was one of the most difficult days for the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So the brush on him does something very interesting after the Battle of art, after burying the 70 martyrs, in the in the battlefield, the Prophet SAW Selim does something very interesting with the Muslims. And it echoes this kind of dua as well.

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So the prophets of Salaam, as soon as he felt safe, physically safe, straight away, he turns to Allah subhanaw taala. And this shows that we humans, we want to make sense of our experience. And this is why sometimes when you go through an intense experience, you usually need a break. Why? Because you want to figure it out, you want to make sense of it, you want to have time and your mind really needs to reconstruct it. And like find its way around it until it could make some kind of peace or some kind of make some kind of sense out of it, in order to move on. If you don't, it could really like this experience could really traumatize you could really traumatizing. So the prophesy

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Solomon shows the how the prophecy makes sense of things. The first step of the prophet or someone would do is turn to Allah subhanaw taala straightaway turned on, making sure that his relationship with Allah subhanaw taala is intact, and there's nothing wrong with it. That's the foundation. If you really, in any experience in life, if you always, you know, rush to fix this and make sure that you are in good terms with Allah subhanaw taala This is the very strong foundation for you to figure out everything else, to figure out everything else. This is a by the way, this is a loophole in the logic of many people. Because the world doesn't make sense without Allah. As simple as that. The

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world does not make sense. Without Allah subhanaw taala there's no way to explain existence without Allah subhanaw taala everything in the world, there's no explanation for why it's here and why it functions in this way, without having Allah subhanaw taala being the foundation for all of this, knowing the same thing, if you want to make sense of your life, or any event or any experience in your life, you always need to have Allah subhanaw taala as the foundation for that. And this shows that our way of thinking is fundamentally different, is fundamentally different. Even though some people might not be able to relate to that. That's their problem. That's the problem. This has a

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power of its own. So the Prophet is what I'm straight away turns to Allah subhanaw taala before before trying to answer why did these people treat me like this? Why does this happen to me? These questions could come later and you could, you will actually be able to deal with them. Once you you know, figure out your relationship with Allah subhanaw taala and make sure that it's in good terms. So the prophets Allah intends to Allah Subhana Allah he says, Allah who met a school or a school that after all what he or Allah to you, I complain, or to you, I open up about lack of my strength, lack of strength, and being out of sorts, and my humiliation that came to me from people. Yeah, I'll

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Hamad Rahimi Wallah you are the Most Merciful. You are the Most Merciful. Usually when people hit by hit by a calamity. The first thing they question is Allah's mercy. The first thing they question the Prophet SAW

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Salam does quite the opposite. He establishes this rule and he says, Yeah, Al Hamra. He mean,

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you are the most merciful and terrible, Mr. boffin, You are the Lord of the ones, you know of the weaker ones were entitled be and you are my Lord.

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These are very rich words that you are my Lord. I know Rob means you take care of me.

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I'm not questioning this. So this is the foundation usually what people do is the opposite. People start questioning Allah subhanaw taala because of things and incidents that happen in their life or someone else's life, either mentor Killarney Who are you leaving me to?

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It I bought a dinner today how money to someone who's distant was frowning on me, treating me with disrespect. Either adwind molucca who angry or to an enemy to whom You have given power over me? In lumea con Vika Allah Yeah, hold on fella Auberry if you have no anger, if you're not angry with me if there's no anger from you towards me, nothing matters nothing else matters. That's the core of this to her. or Allah if if you're okay with me, nothing else matters.

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As the poet says later, Kedah know we'll hire to Maria Ratan will a ticker titlebar Well, Anna movie Babu is our poet a very beautiful statement he says

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he's speaking to who he loves. And most likely he was speaking to Allah subhanaw taala. But even though if he's speaking to a human being the meaning is powerful. If the relationship between you and me is sweet

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Oh, that's what I wish that the relationship between you and me is sweet. Even though it's bitter with with everyone else.

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And I wish that

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you're happy with me you're pleased with me even if the whole creation is angry with me. So it's only you that matter in my life in the mocambique Allah your hollobone fella or barely imagine the Prophet Allah has just been mistreated, abused, he just lost his wife and his uncle and all the support has been chased out of a bar if mistreated, all his hopes, you know, vanished. And he has a very difficult way ahead of him back to Makkah making it back to Mecca. He doesn't know what awaits him there. Yet still he turns to Allah Samantha doesn't say Oh Allah, why did you do this? Why did you do this to me? Why did this happen to me? He says to Allah if you're not angry with me, nothing

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else matters.

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That's the bottom line for me. Well, I can now have your taco here. Oh, Sally, but the fact that you give me ease and safety and wellness and well being this this brings more ease and space for me at all there'll be no reward he can let the shot but the whole blue mat

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I seek refuge or a seek protection and help in the light of your face that has brought light into the darkness was solid highly enriched dunya will Astra and that has rectified all the efforts of this life and the next I seek the protection in your face and the light of your face that you anger falls on me.

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And the NZ lobby. Oh yeah, hilarious how to call that your wrath? comes to me. Like a lot. Bah, bah, you have the right to blame me.

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until you're happy with me until you're pleased with me. Well, our hola hola. Oh, what a lebryk There's no might there's no power except in you. Such a profound states. This could explain everything else afterwards.

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If you have this firm foundation in any situation.

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First of all the prophets of salaam just he expressed his humanity and his weakness, or Allah you are the almighty I am just a human being I'm weak. I'm powerless. I'm vulnerable. So he tends to Allah subhanaw taala he first of all establishes His humanity and his servitude. I'm just a servant. I'm just a slave. I'm just a human being. It Ecash called La Falco. wetty I have no power of my I'm helpless. I have no power of my own. What can lead to heal at the I have no resources. I'm resourceless well, how can you as a nurse and people do he humiliates me, I don't have power. So first of all, I give up on myself on my own power.

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Because I hold on to your power not mine. I depend on your power, not my power.

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Then he establishes the Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala this frames his thoughts, that whatever happens to me, Allah is the Most Merciful Alhamdulillah I mean, you are the Most Merciful. Whatever happens definitely you are the Most Merciful.

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Then he is emphasizes the fact that Allah is the Lord Allah is that he takes care of his creation. And then the most important thing is here that if you want

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not angry with me. If nothing else matters, that's the real and that's the central central central point in this dua.

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Why am I stressing this? Because

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usually people have questions today someone came to me. And he said,

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You see in the hotbar, the beginning of the hotbar, Mejia de la HuFa la mobile Allah wa McGlinn Fela hallelujah.

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Whoever Allah guides noncollege history and whoever I translate it, whoever Allah leaves to go astray because there's a meaning behind this, okay? But if I were to translate it literally you would say whoever Allah is guides, then no one can guide him. It's a correct meaning but could easily be misunderstood. So I explained it by saying Whoever Allah leaves to go astray then noncom guide.

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So he says, So if Allah guides them as guides, you know, I have no choice.

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Said but you know, you know that Allah subhanaw taala says he actually quoted the verse he says, we had the noun his deen and we, we made both pathways open for him the path for good on the path, but the path of good and the path of evil. So, so he said, like, who's making the choice is Allah OS is it allow us? Now we'll try to explain to him but the problem is, there are there's always in the Quran, there is something very important there is a mahkum and watershed. And this is established in salats. And Imran that Allah subhanaw taala reveals verses are very clear in their meaning, in their indication, there is no dispute about them. There is no vagueness about their meanings. They're very

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clear, they're definitive, clear cut meanings. But there are other verses that could carry more than one meaning. So Allah Subhana Allah says, Those who believe those who have knowledge,

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they hold on to the verses with clear meanings must come, they hold on to the clear meanings.

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And when it comes to the other verses that could have more than one meaning double meaning or triple meaning. They explain them in the light of the definitive ones, of the definitive ones. But Allah Subhan, Allah says, and those who have illness in the heart, they go to the doubtful verses to the verses that have more than more than one meaning, and they say that's confusing, and they forget about the outcome, which is the definitive, this is the same approach with Allah subhanaw taala. You know, Allah is the Most Merciful. You know, Allah is just like with this brother, it only the best approach would be with him is, do you believe ALLAH is just?

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If he says yes, then okay, if you don't understand these details, no worries, as long as you know, and establish that Allah is just tell us, you could have some issues with small things, that's fine with some details. But always take whatever is definitive, and do not doubt it. When you know, when you when you don't have an understanding with some of the things that might have, you know, more than one meaning. So that's the same thing with the prophets of salaam here, he does not try to understand or make sense of his situation, before establishing the names and attributes of Allah merciful. And what really matters for me is your pleasure and your happiness with me. And that me

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that makes all the difference.

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Anyway, so again, something else in the life imagine this is one of the lowest points in the life of the prophet Sallallahu sallam, something very interesting about the Prophet of Islam, there is no point in his life, no point in his life, where he loses hope.

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No point in the life of the prophet saw Salem where he loses hope at all. That's a challenge. Find a point in the in the life of the prophets of salaam where he loses hope nothing, because actually despair. despair from the mercy of Allah is haram

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in Islam,

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and that shows where the resilience for the Muslim comes. This gives us mental strength, emotional strength, and resilience.

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There is no moment of despair in the life of the president. There's no moment where he loses hope. Even at this time, even at this time, when he's been mistreated by everyone, he lost the closest people to him and his wife. Yet the prophets Allah Salam never loses hope and Allah Subhan Allah because Allah Subhan Allah says in the hola so mellow, Hola, il como el calf your own, indeed those who lose hope in Allah that only the one the only ones who lose hope in Allah and in the help of Allah? Are the calf your own. Those who disbelieve

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those who disbelieve so a believer should never give up when it comes to hoping for Allah's mercy. As long as you breathe. There is a door to Allah's mercy you

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have to find it. You have to find it. But never lose hope. Never lose hope, whatever. That's part of all religion. Hope is an important part of origin. And it shows how much Eman you have. You don't lose hope and Allah subhanaw taala. So the prophets of salaam regardless, regardless of all this pain and these predicaments, there is no moment where he loses hope is always hopeful in Allah. It's not even, it's not a passive thing. Because we could also like, present it in a passive way, he never lost hope.

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Well, the best way to put it, he was always hopeful. The proscenium was moving around with hope. Even in these moments, he had hope in Allah subhanaw taala. He was hopeful, in a sense, he was optimistic.

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So the Prophet SAW Salem

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goes back to

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he goes back to Makkah, and it's very hard before reaching Mecca.

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Gibreel comes to him. And that's the narration from Asha when she asked him about the most difficult day in your life. And he said it was this time. And when I woke up, and I came back to my senses, I found myself in an area called Cardinal, the Elbe. So then he says, I'll look upward. Then I see huge cloud above my head. Then there is Gibreel, and a serum.

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And he calls upon the prophets of Salaam. And he says that Allah knows how your people responded to you. And he sent to you the angel who's in charge of the mountains. So if you wish, your command the angel of the mountains,

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and he would cause the two mountains in Mecca, to collapse on the people in Makkah, and completely wiped them out.

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Someone in such a state someone has just been mistreated like that.

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As human beings, we would have enjoyed ourselves as human beings would at least entertain the thought. Yes, let me take it back on them. That's my opportunity. That's that's the probably the only chance that I get to destroy these people. Yet the prophets of salaam his spontaneous response was so when the angel of the who's in charge of the mountains, he says to him, all Mohamed,

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you know, just command me whatever you want, if you want, I can get these two monitors to collapse on them. The problem straight away a spontaneous gut reaction. He says, Bill Allah Gianni, Allah Homina slobby him menyambut allow the whole la sharika No, I hope I have hope. Again, we just spoke about hope, here hopes hope comes comes up. I hope and I have hope that Allah will bring from their progeny from their descendants, those who would worship Allah subhanaw taala alone. And it's not only mere mere mere message to people, which is the person was merciful to people, but it's always linked to Allah subhanho wa taala. Because he knows the well being of people is not only in

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surviving, it's in surviving, while having the life of the heart while knowing the truth and following it worshiping Allah subhanaw taala so not only mercy or mercy, mercy towards the people for their own safety, physical safety, no, it's also for the safety of their hearts. So the Prophet was a lamb once Allah subhanaw taala to be worshipped, that was always on his mind.

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So the Prophet SAW Selim now is going to go to Mecca. But how is he going to go to MCC?

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Because he doesn't know what could happen. And actually the time that he spent in a five people Mecca were wasting no time. They were wasting no time. They actually came together. And they had an agreement that says Mohammed left. And obviously the news reached them. Right. This is Mohammed left's. MCCA. They were actually they had an agreement among a big number of Metcons that we're not going to allow him into Makkah. That's it. He's not coming back into Makkah. He's not going to come back we're not we won't allow him. So the prophesied and before entering Mecca, he sent to someone

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more to me No idea.

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What I have no idea is one of the leaders big heads in Mecca. What I'm already respected as high status in Mecca. Everyone respects him. So I'm not I'm not ready. The prophets of salaam sends to him. Someone

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and he says Mohammed wants to enter Mecca. Would you give him protection protection?

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In no Mohammed? You read to unmute Halima

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for how

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to appeal him if

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something like this.

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Straight away the man says yes, indeed.

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Yes, indeed. So he goes and meets the Prophet SAW Selim outside of Makkah, he agrees with him. He says you're under my protection. He calls upon all his children.

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Okay, this is an

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this is an Arab thing at the time. He calls upon his children. He goes to the market, the main one

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I'm in Makkah, and he calls upon everyone. So he brings his children everyone takes up weapons, his children.

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Now they're ready to fight to death in order to protect the prophets of Salaam, why, like, are they convinced of Islam now? No, there's still non Muslims, they still against Islam, but it was the norms of these people if someone seeks my protection or given my protection regardless, regardless, and Islam actually maintained this, Islam maintain this practice. And it shows that because there are people who are weak, there are people who easily bullied throughout people. Others take advantage of that people have no resources, no backing nobody to support them.

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Islam doesn't leave these people helpless. Islam does bring about a structure where these people can approach anyone who has power. Anyone who has status, anyone who has influenced they can they can go to them. And that person is supposed to give their protection to these weaker ones, even if they are non Muslim, and that's why Allah Subhana Allah says in surah

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Tauba a lot of Montana says we're in a how do menial machinery kinesthesia or Kapha Julho had Tyus Markella Mala Haytham blue mat Mina.

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That's the time when the Muslims were supposed to reach out to everyone who's non Muslim in Makkah. And there was a state of war between Muslims and non Muslims or sorry, in the Arabian Peninsula. In the Arabian Peninsula, the Muslims are supposed to subdue everyone in the Arabian Peninsula afterwards. That's towards the last the last one and a half years in the life of the prophets I send them that said the Arabian Peninsula was supposed to turn on to Muslim completely. So

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Allah Subhan Allah says to the prophets of Salaam and if any of the mushriks people who associate partners with Allah polytheists if they reach out to you seeking protection, seeking protection, offer them protection

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and recite the words of ALLAH to them and then help them get to their final destination safely from a glaucoma manner and help them reach the final destination where they're supposed to go so it's that maintain the so the prophets of salaam Bilal Can you see is what Allah has this loud voice

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taking lots of freedom

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tell them very interested to talk they can join me here inshallah. So

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the prasada meets Jubail sorry

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Malta remember no ID no time no ID I'm not I'm nobody takes his sons. They're all fully equipped in terms of weapons ready to fight. They go to the middle of Mecca. And they call on everyone else and they say bahala Mohammedan fie Hemmati. Muhammad is under my protection. Solo Santa who is under my protection. Now who comes about

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Abuja when

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he comes?

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He asks multimineral idea question.

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And what tambien am Harmon?

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Are you protecting Muhammad as a follower? Have you followed him? That's were you protecting him? Or are you just giving him protection as in our tradition, he says I'm only giving him protection, and I'm not following Him. He said if you have given him protection, we will honor this. Let's principles. He has principles. So he says if you give him protection, we will honor that let Mohammed into Mecca, no one should touch him. So the more time it takes his children outside of Mecca, they scored the prophesy salaam to his house,

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Scotland to his house, then the process and him now is safe in his house.

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The Prophet SAW Selim Subhanallah that shows you the loyalty and the thankfulness of the Prophet SAW Salem. Fast forward to the Battle of better after the Battle of Beto the Muslims have 70 captives from Croatia right 70 captives

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and the Muslims have a discussion what should we do with these captives? What is the best way to deal with them? Some said okay just kill them. Some said no, just keep them the random themselves. The family is random them or they do social work and they teach the kids of all Muslims etc.

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At that moment the prophets of salaam he remembers what time of nobody who was who had been dead at the time. He died before the Battle of battle and he died his non Muslim. The prophets of salaam says lo Cana Mata mobo had the Yin Haiyan

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was the LNAV him that block to whom kulula kolomela He says, If not, I mean nobody were alive today and he approached me to free them for nothing for free. I would have done that.

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him.

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See, the problem still holds that for more time.

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And we will come to see an incident that happens later on Medina where the prophet has I'm actually tweets, the son of mater of mataman Id

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His name is Joe bear. The problem treats him very well, just because of his father, because of his father. So that shows that whoever extended any act of any favor to you any act of goodness to you, you preserve that for them, you keep it for them.

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You keep it for them. Sometimes we'll forget what people have done for us, what people have the sacrifices people have done, and the first like fault or mistake they make, we cancel out from our minds everything good they've done. That's not the approach of the prophets arsenal. This was a non Muslim who died as non Muslim. He had the prophesied and remote remembers him in that moment. And he says, if

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they were alive, and he approached me with regards to freeing them, I would have freed them for nothing just for him, just for him. And that shows, this is why the prophets of salaam by the way, this is a Hadith, beautiful Hadith from the province of Salem. You know, there is something called it's called Maru. And, really, there's no translation. There's no translation for this word, because it exists in other cultures in different forms. But model is, it's part common sense. It's part maturity, it's part personal wisdom. There's good personal judgment, you know how to deal with a situation. You can't cite a rule why I'm doing all I'm handling the situation like this, or like

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that. You can't cite any verse or hadith is just, it's deep wisdom that comes deep from your fitrah. And when it mixes with your experience about this life, so an immortal has like there's an ethical part of it as well. So the prophets of salaam says in a hadith, a teen who they will hate it, I thought it him.

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Beautiful Allah beautiful principle. The Prophet SAW Selim says, A de Loup that will hate it, I thought it him.

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People who have a good history have a history of doing good things, noble things. When they fall on they make a mistake,

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ignore their mistakes.

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ignore their mistakes.

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Someone has done so much good. And at some stage, they do a mistake. It might be like a big mistake.

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You turn a blind eye to their mistakes. Why? Because of the record, thus wisdom. But if someone is short sighted,

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let's say someone doesn't have a record of good things.

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And someone has a record of good things, both of them do the same mistake. You're not going to treat them the same. So someone short sighted he says, Oh, you're discriminating between me and him, right?

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And they start coming up with reasons because you know him because of his ethnicity, because there's some personal relationship because of something right? Or you expecting some benefit from that person.

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So yeah, two people do the same mistake, but they're not supposed to be treated same.

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Because we don't ignore the history as well.

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Another Hadith the Prophet SAW, Selim says

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I just Subhanallah it just disappeared from my mind. But anyway, it's something similar. So the prophesy Salam maintain that he held that in his heart this appreciation and gratitude to multimillionaire ID, even after his death. I don't know how the Prophet Saddam was, like loyal to his wife Khadija, and he was always thankful to people who have done something good. And now the prophets of Salaam is back in Makkah. And you can imagine how bleak it is for the prophets as

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a cloud, there's no protection, there's no close companion.

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His wife Khadija is no longer there. And I want you to imagine you know, when someone and you know what when you lose a loved one,

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his wife,

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she was the source of life in his house, like when he goes back home, it's Khadija lovely Allahu anha who fills that house with life and love. Now he goes back home.

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He sees walls. There's no Khadija anymore.

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This is a very painful experience. Very difficult experience. Very difficult experience. And this is why there's a

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there's a temporary proverb among

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some some of the Arab countries they say

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as

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well.

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armed militia

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right as Abdullah Allah Armelle

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So I have a basically say

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that

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basically, as someone who's never been married, who's never been a bachelor has never been married has never been okay with a wife in his life. They say, even if you say your whole life as a bachelor, it's much easier than being a widow

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for one month, after you've tasted marriage, being alone, it's very hard when you have not tasted marriage, you know, you don't know how it tastes so it's not a big deal. So the prophets of salaam now after having and it's not any wife that is talking about digital the hola Juana. After Khadija has left this world, the problem is now alone, I can feel that loneliness. She actually used to take a lot of his burden off his shoulders, through her character through her presence, the way her emotional support. And she was an expert in that with the prophets, Allah, Allah and He will send them so now the messenger, sallAllahu sunnah doesn't have this anymore. So it's extremely difficult.

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But it's in the low moments. It's in the darkest moments of the night, that the dawn starts to break.

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Allah subhanaw taala is going to offer the prophets of salaam an extreme and powerful gifts, an extremely powerful gift. The prophets of salaam one night is in his house. All of a sudden the ceiling, cracks open.

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Ceilings splits open.

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Oh, that doesn't make any sense. Right? Science doesn't approve that. Okay, it splits open. Who comes in Gibreel

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Alehissalaam. Science also doesn't prove that

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she breathed comes in to the Prophet SAW Selim. What does he do?

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He opens the chest of the prophets Allah.

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Again,

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again, so the chest of the prophets of salaam was opened at least two times when he when he was a child, tending the sheep. And second time was just at this moment. When he was in his house at night to bill comes, he opens his chest. He cleanses or rinses his heart with the water of zamzam. He puts it back again and he puts his chest back together. And he says

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he actually I'm going to read the narration. I'm going to read the narration because it's very interesting in Arabic as well. And I want the Arabs as well to connect to the to the wordings that you're also Allah when you sell them full region Sufi Beatty. What an abbey Makkah.

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The ceiling of my house split open when I was in McKenna's algebra algebra it comes in for federal Faraja Saturday Faraja Saturday so opened my chest from Marcela who will be Matt isms and then he rinsed it with Zamzam water to be tossed him in the hub. Then he brought a bowl of gold made of gold on telly in sheetmetal. Eman are full of wisdom and Eman and faith for a Fraga who feel sorry for my tobacco the he put it all in my chest then he brought my chest together

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so then Jabril whoa T to be that button. Be that button a beard, Donal burly with Oklahoma. Then Gibreel brings to me this strange animal it's white.

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It's smaller than a mule but bigger than a donkey. Now you know where we're heading right.

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And the Prophet Salam Jibreel it tells the prophesy limb to mount it, the president tries to mount it, but it resists.

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So, what is this animal called?

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Al Buraq. It is called Al Buraq. The problem is tries to mount it

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for God, so it resisted for God Allah Who Gibreel Alehissalaam Maha Melaka Allah Gibreel speaks to the animals his Why did you do this? What did you resist that? What Allah He Mala Kubica hold on to a Cramo Allah azza wa jal me No,

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no creation, more dignified than this man ever tried to mount you. Speaking to all Bullock for fog Bara consistently shaking and sweating the animal.

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So in the prophets of Salaam, mount it, the prophets of salaam mounted the Rahsaan describes how fast the animal is. The problem says, This animal puts its front legs, places its front legs, as far as its eyes can see.

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As far as the eyes of this animal sees, this is where

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it's it's from its places its front legs.

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Now, we're not talking about Newtonian physics.

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It's quantum physics, okay, or something else. It's something else. It's not You're not talking about the speed of the light is something bigger than that. Something bigger than that.

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So the processor mounts it and it reaches beta like this which is a Quds Jerusalem, Jerusalem.

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The Prophet SAW Selim on the way to El Betamax to Jerusalem. He notices something. He knows something. So he says, in the narration that's from Anna's mandala. Allah Musa, you saw leave here, Aubrey the prophets Allah wa salam, as he was on the Al Buraq going to miss an Aqsa he noticed Musa alayhis salam in his grave praying.

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Praying in Oslo sorry, Islam, praying.

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And the grace I was going to talk about Musa again will come to Musa but this is something that happened in the way so the prophets of salaam says what I keep to who had a T tbaytel Magnus so I mounted Al Buraq until we reached Beighton Magnus and Masjid Al Aqsa for about two who Bill Halaqaat a lotta year will be it will be hell Ambia so I tied it to a ring where the prophets before me tied their writing animals from medical to the masjid for so late to be here like 18 I entered the Masjid. Then I prayed to raka

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for massaged and I came out for journey Do you breed or how to use Salam Gibreel approached me be in a min humble we're in a in moleben factor to Lebanon, Breen approached the Prophet on them with two containers one has milk and one has alcohol.

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So the Prophet Salam chose milk for Karla Jibreel turtle sutra at that time, alcohol was not haram by the way. It was a common thing. Everyone drank it, just like you drink Red Bull.

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Just like same thing, right? So there was no concerns about drinking. There actually health concerns about drinking that thing anyway.

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So that brings us to the province of Santa Catarina, Turtle Fatra you have chosen fitrah you have chosen Fatah because humans choose something that is beneficial that shows the fitrah of the human beings gravitates to things that are good

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to things that are good. If something's harmful, it's against you for too long. It's against you further.

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From Allah jobina itis Sama, OD Jebi, Anna, Elissa, then we were taken to upwards to the skies to the heavens for stuff to Hedgy BReel Gibreel asks permission to enter for tea lemon and so he is sound of voices. Who are you? Paula Gibreel CISM Dobrin clean a woman Mark they said Who's with you? College breed Mohammed. He says Mohammed is with me. De la vaca de Bourgh at Lee and they said and he was sent. He was sent as a prophet. The angels in the skies don't know. And he was sent. Because if you look at Booth II for 40 Helena, so it was opened like we'll give him permission we entered for food to Helena for either and them for a hobby what I read because when I entered the first

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heaven i i come up I see Adam Alayhis Salam. So he welcomed me and he made do out for me through Marathi jobina Illa sama Italia then we ascend it to the second heaven for stuff that had you been asked for permission and say who are you some Gibreel? Who is with you? He says Mohammed they say what breath and he was sent as a prophet. He says yes, indeed. So they open and they enter for 40 Helena either and Abner Yael Harleigh Prasanna says second heaven opens up for us we enter and I find the two cousins. He said memoriam why you have no Zakaria

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Issa and Zachary they are cousins.

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Ali, Hema Salam Fatah hubba b What are our what what I will leave behind so they will come the prophets of Salaam and they made dua for him for Marathi JB Illa semi FeliCa by the way, there are a few generations this is a short version there will come a longer version so we will go over the longer version as well so now it gives us some kind of synopsis and what's the

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Mirage was this is a mirage Mirage is ascending is thorough, is to administer the lochsa Okay sloth is traveling to the Mr. Raj is ascending ascension to the heavens.

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So someone older Gemini either somebody fairly for then we ascended to the third heaven Gibreel asked permission they said Who's Who's this this Gibreel who's

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With you, Mohammed and he was sent yes indeed he was sent. So they open up he enters. So the prophecy says salam says for 40 Helena affair either and Abu Yusuf alayhi salam or internally find use of it is what either who worked but

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I find that he has been given half of Beauty

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means half of beauty like Allah created beauty and split it into two halves he gave half to all of the creation and he kept a half for years have had a history

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from Marathi jobina In a summit of Liberia then we ascended to the fourth heaven for stuff to have WW ask permission Who is this Gibreel who's with you Hamid he was sent yes indeed he was sent they open up they enter the program says for either Anna Idris for a hobby whether it be hi I find it Prophet Idris or Islam and he welcomes me makes dua call Allah the program says call Allah azza wa jal qualify now Huma can and helliya Allah mentioned as a sort of million about at least at least salaam we have raised him to a high level

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through Marathi jobina In SML Whamisa then we go to the fifth heaven for stuff the algebraic data Maha kala Jibreel. Allah Mohammed who is this to BReel who's with you and Muhammad he was sent yes, indeed he was sent footy Halina, they enter for either enter be hard on any Salam, he finds out on the Brotherhood Musa alayhis salam for a Hubber what the alley behind he welcomed me and made Dora then we ascended to the six seven now

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Gibreel asked permission Who is this Jibreel who's with you Mohammed he was sent yes indeed they open up the Enter for for to Helena for Johanna for either Anna be Musa Harry his six seven Musa for a hobby whether it be higher. So Musa welcome the prophets of Salaam and made dua for him from my ot jemena in a summer 777 Gibreel seeks permission manha the Who's this Jibreel who's with you Hamid Ali was sent yes, you're sent.

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For 40 Helena opened up we entered for either an OB Ibrahima and he His Prophet Ibrahim Alayhi. Salaam Muslim bajo el beit

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Ibrahim alayhi salam was on the seventh heaven doing what he had his back leaning on the house what house

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elbaite Alma mall and waiting memorial on earth we have a cab

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in Heavens, they haven't beaten Malmo debates in Malmo, the province of Solomon says beta l'amour. You told us, a woman said the owner Alpha Malak.

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Every day 70,000 Angels unique angels enter into Albanian Malmo. They worship from malaria who do not enter here, and they never come back to it. Every day 70,000 Angels enter liberated Malmo to worship and they never come back to it. That's it once in a lifetime, once in a lifetime.

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So a blind man is Salam. He was like his back was leaning to Alboreto more money than Bahara who ill baited him or more. What either who had who Hokulea women Sabrina Alpha mana Kilauea, una LA. That's what the Prophet was on him said 70,000 Angels into this house to worship and have a comeback to it from mother Habibi, illus era Cinderella to the moon to her. Then I was taken to Siddhartha lamonta What is the glottal Munda?

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The

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the lot? The Lotus Lotus tree right? The Lotus tree? The Lotus tree. Okay, I think it's the Lotus tree.

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What is it?

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Load tree is that what is the last tree

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anyway

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see the rotted cedar you know the Arabs no cedar. You cook with the leaves these leaves. They use them as well when they wash the deceased dead person. The Arabs use these leaves they crushed them. And the they mix them with the water when they when they when they give the gospel to the deceased person. Okay? The load tree okay, it's probably the lot in English lottery. Siddhartha lamonta is a tree special treat

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on the seventh heaven so the Prophet SAW Selim says what either a warlock or haka, than if era it sleeves are so big and spread like the similar in shape to the ears of the of an elephant. What either as a model her Kilcullen and its fruits are just like hanging pots.

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So they big and heavy for them. malattia Herman Emery Lahemaa Allah she

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had a yell at Fermat Adelman health Allah yesterday Oh onion atta minha Snia. So the prophets of salaam says Then Allah subhanaw taala gives it some commands to shape itself in a certain way. The prophets of salaam says there is no crude no creature can ever describe this tree or the beauty of this tree

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of how beautiful it is.

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Then the person says, Oh hello, who am I? Oh have a federal barley Johann Sienna Salatin, if you call the Omen, Willa, then Allah subhanaw taala. We're going to come on back the details of this but we'll stick to this narration now. The problem says Allah gave me the instructions to have 50 prayers.

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Every day 50 prayers every day fun as fun as hell to era Musa alayhis salam. So on the way back, he needs more salary Salam

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financieel, to either Musa alayhis salam for Calama Pharaoh Bharat bukata on magic Musa. Listen, I'm asked the problem. What did Allah prescribe upon your own will to come see us? Allah said 50 prayers, a lot of a lot of big fuss no traffic he says go back to your Lord and ask him to reduce the number for Inomata kala yo the owner Dalek Your people will not be able to put up with this for any below to be in a slightly lower bottom up I have experience with the children of Israel and I know people cannot keep up with this is just too much for them for Roger to elaborate on returns to his Lord for all to your behalf and Amati said Oh ALLAH reduce the number for my people make it

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easier for my people for help finding the hum Salah reduced five Allah took out five so became 45 Follow jack to era Musa for all to help Barney Hamza Ahmed Musa again. I said, Allah dropped five of them, Musa said and he said I'm in no medical Iota, hakuna Dalek, you people will not be able to keep up with this. So the Prophet Salam kept, you know, going back and forth between Musa alayhis salam going back to Allah subhanaw taala

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until the number reached five five praise

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so the prophets of salaam on the way back he meets Musa alayhis salam, the salah Samantha says to the Prophet SAW Selim, Allah says to the Prophet to Muhammad in non Nahum, Salawat Hamid it's five prayers, Coolio Mineola, each day and night every 24 hours liquidly Salat in Asheville, each prayer counts is 10 for that he can come sooner salah I will count it for you as 50 prayers you pray five, but Allah will double it 10 times so as if you prayed 50 Press woman ham maybe has nothing for me ml How could you but now has an however intends to do good. But he fails to do it. It will be written for him as Hassan and whoever intends to do bad by he fails to do it. It will not be written for

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him.

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But if he does it it's written for him as one evil deed. Anyway.

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Carlos excellent Vanessa to hentai to either Musa alayhis salam bar to HuFa color Jade Arabic Fs Allahu Taffy if so Prosser meets Musa alayhis salam, he says five now Musa Islam says go back make it less than that. The Prophet salallahu Salam and this is where the Morula and this personal judgment that we talk about comes in. The Prophet SAW Selim Carlos was salam, but Raja to be had to stay to me know, the prophets of salaam says I've been back to my Lord so many times I feel shy to go anymore.

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That's more true again. That's good personal judgment.

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So that's this narration. That's this narration. So Allah subhanaw taala gives the prophecy and this profound gift. I'm going to stop here because I want to go over the other narration, which is longer and more detailed. And I don't want to, like stop in the middle of it. So but the point here, we have to understand the timing is very important. The process of them has been struggling and suffering with his people with very little results, very little results for about 10 years. And then all of this culminates into a very, like harsh, painful rejection from the people of a bar f. And that's the moment when the person loses the people who support him, his wife Khadija of the Allahu

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anha, Abdul Muttalib, or Abu Talib. So, the darkest moments, Allah subhanaw taala gives the prophets of salaam this profound gifts is such a profound gift for the Prophet salam to go into in his journey. It's profound, extremely profound, and there are very interesting things that happen. When the Prophet SAW Selim tells the people of Makkah about this, because that's just another story. Imagine, it's just like telling people today, you know, all the, the ceiling cracked open, or, like, come off it, they're only talking about this, it makes sense, right? Oh, Gibreel was Gibreel. I won't believe in him on unless I see him right. And so on and so forth. Like you're gonna see the

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same response was there as well. The same response was there. So inshallah next time

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then we will deal with the long, a longer version of the hadith of an Israelite and the Mirage. And there will be more details, important details about our leader or belief, and so on and so forth. And we will see how the Prophet SAW Selim related the news to the people in Mecca, and how they received it and what happened because some of these things are actually happening in our times. Some of these things are happening, our times some of the responses, our responses that we have today, and some of the things that happen to certain Muslims at that time happened to some Muslims today. So some of the things that we think are new phenomena, they're actually been there for 1000s of

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years. So inshallah we'll stop here. We'll take if there is any questions, we can take a few. And for next year, for next time, we will start again. But I have to say that I won't be giving the HELOC on next week. I won't be given but there will be we'll have a guest speaker, we will have a guest speaker Okay, questions?

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That's a good question. When the angel Jibreel brought the angel of the mountains and he said I could crush these people.

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The wording of the Hadith says low Shakedown ought to be Kali himolla Chabane, two mountains were named as Chabane. These Chabane are actually mountains and muck.

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So it looks like he was actually talking about the pillar of Macau because they have it's been a journey of 10 years. Okay, a journey of 10 years.

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Some scholars, they actually said, but the context just studies the people have a dive, right? But alive is on top of a mountain.

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So it doesn't make sense for two monitors to collapse on them.

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So this is actually so it's more it's more likely and that's the strongest opinion that's actually about the people in Morocco because the Prophet SAW Salem was actually apprehensive apprehensive of going back to Mecca. It was actually fearful of going back to Mac

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Yeah, so most likely it was about the people in Macau although the context suggests slightly as the people over life but actually it's a lower LMD people in Macau

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yeah

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yeah

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just.

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That's not see all of us the full question

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can we keep it till the end? Okay. So I'll try to take whatever questions we have on this era, then inshallah we'll move on to any question so anything specifically about the CLI yet

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you want to get

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into gold

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only over the coming generation. Another good question as well. When people of Makkah asked the prophets of salaam they said, if you ask ALLAH and he turns mount a sufferer into gold, pure gold, we would believe the prophet of Madara Allah Subhana Allah told him I could make it but if these people don't believe after that, then I would close the doors for repentance and mercy Toba Rama it specifically for those people who have seen this sign and they've rejected it if that if that had that happened but I didn't Yeah, so I specifically for those people yeah

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yeah

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yeah

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we're gonna come to this don't jump Don't be ahead of yourself inshallah we'll get there

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between Memorial Yes.

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We don't know about angels. How

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long they live. I personally haven't come across anything about angels how long they live or anything. But basically just the narration mentions about a bit of the my mod problem says

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get T sub owner Alpha Malak layer or Duna E. So 70,000 angels come on pray there and they never come back. They never come back to it. The use of the word the lifetime probably was my my translation, but obviously they have a lifetime. The angels we know that everything is going to die. Just before the Day of Judgment, we have two main blows for the Day of Judgment, first blow everything dies, everything everything and only only Allah subhanaw taala remains. So the angels are going to die then. But they're going to come back to life again. So but how long they live afterwards we have no clue. That's the only thing specifically we know that everything is going to die when Allah Subhana

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Allah says and Al Jabbar and Al Malik everything dies except Allah Allah remains nothing remains but Allah then Allah says and Al Jabbar and Al Malik I'm the almighty I'm the king of kings

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so that at that time there's no one

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nothing else but Allah subhanaw taala yeah

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the what

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Yes,

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yes. Then we have to understand something Okay. The question is, is Jana there now? Is Jana there now.

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We have to understand the world of the unseen does not run according to the laws of physics that we know here. Space and Time, act differently that the Prophet SAW Selim said about Vidal as Anam that I heard you footsteps but we know we're still in this dunya but he was dealing gender right.

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Space and Time act differently. Space and Time act differently there. We also you can notice something I expected somebody to ask this question. Actually the prophets of salaam says that on the way he saw most Ali Salam pray by he met him on the sixth sixth heaven another lesson go ahead

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Mussolini's sundrops arm saw him pray in his grave, but he met him on the sixth seventh, right? So I thought someone was going to ask this question outcome is in two places at the same time, the world of the unseen we don't know how it functions.

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Okay, so gender is there. Yes, it's their genders who asked the question your gender is that gender is there but the Prophet says about Jana. That it's an open plane. What are your also her

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La hawla wala Quwata illa Allah Allahu Akbar that you plant the trees and Jen nearby this dhikr and the righteousness that you do. Okay, so Jana is there? Yes, don't worry. And the bra Salam says about the love of the dead people like the Muslims will die in a battlefield says Ottawa home fee. How was the player in holding children? Their souls are carried by these green birds in paradise.

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So yes, gentle is that relax, chill.

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That's Allah Azza Jinja man effulgent Malaga the rest engine

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I was, I'll be honest, okay. That's a question about the connection between the camera and the debate in my more or less the same spot. Okay, they're parallel.

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I was gonna say that point it just I forgot whether that was authentic or not. So this is why I didn't want to say it. So hopefully probably next time. I'll check it out. And I will share that with you. At this moment. I don't know. I don't have the confidence to say yes. I don't have the confidence. Yeah.

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Yeah.

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Why alcohol is why

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Okay, the fact that President chose

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milk over alcohol, does it have significance or any? Like, does it play as a factor into making alcohol haram? I would say no, but it would give it a disadvantage. Because after that, how old was still halal for some some years? Yeah. It will be interesting stories about by the way, alcohol and how the Muslims used to get drunk. And it was

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really the story is like you won't even believe that companies were doing this Yes. Because it wasn't it wasn't like it wasn't haram in that state say

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Oh, I'm going to talk about things how people respond to the news when the Prophet Salam discloses to them that he

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made the journey okay how some people responded non Muslims and some Muslims as well so that's what I'm talking about. Yeah, some responses are not new although they might seem new. But now they've been there for

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yes, the levels where the profits are with when it comes in the heavens first heavens second heaven

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I don't know of anything that if it shows the level of that profit engine I don't know if there's any kind of connection I'm not aware of anything. Yeah.

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Okay well yep

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on the what

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are the Hadith here?

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Okay this hadith in Sahih Muslim it says I am Muslim if you want the source here is Hadith in Sahih Muslim about the this part which mentions the five daily the the number of the prayers and since I'm Muslim, yeah.

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Okay.

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No, no, I have monopoly over the CLR here. I'm not going to give anyone that right. Sir. Yeah. Yes, let's go to the question.

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I'll come back to you later on. Go ahead

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she said what?

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Yeah.

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Okay, people who are the prophesy Salam

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says

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he who prays Fudger in JAMA

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and

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stays in the masala on the area of the Masjid. I remember the last one and then when the time comes, he prays to rock as this reward, the reward of pilgrimage with the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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Some sisters asked What about us? The Prophet SAW Selim indicated that when a woman prays in her house, she gets more reward.

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She gets more reward. So some scholars said a woman when she prays in her house, wherever she prays, like the areas she prayed in the room she prayed and if she stays there, and she means remembers, remembers Allah subhanaw taala makes thicker, then she prays the Toorak I'll do her under her calm comes that there's no reason why should she should why she should be deprived of that reward. But we this reward is is unseen even some people who do it if they don't do it with the right intention, if they don't do it in the right way. No one guarantees you're gonna get the reward right? We do the we do these things with the hopes that we have done what Allah wants from us that hopefully we get the

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reward. So if a woman wants to do this in her house, she can do that in her house hoping for reward from Allah Samantha The thing is, you know, don't bargain with Allah's parents. Like, it's not like oh, you know, give me a better price or, like, I can't give anything for myself. But when you're dealing with Allah, what are you dealing with the most generous, so don't have reservations for I say to people who

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ask such questions. You know do for the sake of Allah pray at home which is better for you, which is more reward for you. And it's easier for you Allah just made it easy for women in that sense. And stay in your masala remember Allah subhanaw taala because that increases your Eman don't see it as a burden. It's a it's an enjoyable experience. It's a beautiful experience. Remember Allah subhanaw taala when the time for the hunt starts pray to raka regardless like whether it is you're going to get that specific reward or anything, it's such a great reward and such a great experience to be in regardless. Okay, so I myself cannot say anything what are some scholars said yes, if a woman prays

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in her house she does the same most likely inshallah she's included. Yeah. Monica Lovick

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Okay, we're gonna come to this because around that round that there is a certain level what you bring could not ascend any higher. So we'll come to that so don't guys don't get ahead of yourself. Inshallah, we'll get there. There was a question in the back right.

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selasa

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we're gonna deal with this next time in sha Allah. Yes. The porcelain MIT Allah subhanaw taala. We're gonna talk about the details in sha Allah.

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Any more questions?

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Bye bye. So inshallah we

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will meet next time I will update you inshallah.

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On if any changes happen shall not so next week we will have a guest and most likely in two weeks we'll meet unless there is something else we'll make an announcement is that going to look at so Los Alamos is no Hamiltonian. Savio?