Moutasem al-Hameedy – Life Of The Prophet 16

Moutasem al-Hameedy
AI: Summary © The transcript describes a jumbled mix of conversations between various speakers discussing the campaign in Mecca, including President's statement on the campaign and the presence of the Prophet absorption Salem. They also discuss protecting people from the police and the potential presence of the Prophet. The conversation is difficult to follow and understand.
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little son, little baby. So as they were about to leave Mecca, towards Medina, she was riding the camel and he was holding the rope of the camel. She had her son,

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her family, meaning probably maybe her father, her uncles, brothers probably they said, spoke to a cinema, they said, Okay, you decided to take that risk and go join Muhammad and emigrate to Medina. But we're not going to let our daughter go with you. That's a huge risk, we're not going to let this happen.

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So you want to go Go ahead, but we are responsible for our daughter, she's gonna stay with us. And they forced her to stay with them. And obviously the boys stays with his mum.

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I will say that, as we said it was an obligation on Muslims to leave, regardless what the situation is, he had to leave. So he left by himself. And almost dilemma was taken by her family. Now, the family of Abu selama her in laws

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you know, they thought one for one, you took his wife from him. But that son, you know, carries the name of the Father. So we have more right to the Sun than you guys and his mother. So they said, Give us our son, you decided to take the woman from her wife from our husband, give us the son, he's gonna stay with us. So they decided to take the son they obviously have a dispute a fight. As we said, each side pulls the boy, one arm of the

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post one arm of the boy on this side on that side, then they dislocate the shoulder of the boy and he gets hurt.

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And finally the family of Abu selama they take this son from the mother, she goes with her family, the son goes with his father's family. And the father is on the way to Medina. Now our family has been sort of separated and divided just like that. So when we set him I was hurt so much by that and she says I was in a very like tragic wait.

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So she says every day I would leave the house in the morning and go she goes in one place in Medina called Ebola.

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Then I would keep crying, crying, crying all day till sunset, then I would go back home. She stayed like that for a year, a whole year without her husband without her son in this state.

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So I'm gonna start reading her story the later part of her story

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So one day when she was crying like that, one of her cousins notices her.

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So she says, For contour that in for agitation will apply. Every morning I would leave the house and go and sit up, firmer as well. ABCYa hetta MC I would keep crying till it was nighttime

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Centerton or Caribbean minha for a year or almost a year

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had mandala be Raju min Benny and me until one of my cousin's noticed me.

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I had been in movie Rafa maybe for a Haman Jiminy. So when he saw my state he felt so like he sort of empathized with her he had this kind of empathy towards her and so

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for all the Lebanese mobiola So he went and spoke with the family the bigger family said Allah to Regina had him Myskina Don't you guys let this woman go? Let her go for work to be in our webinar. Zoji How about an hour Lydia? Now you have guys have taken her away from her husband and away from her son

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for Cali, so then they thought about it. They said well, it shouldn't have been the case. It'll help the bees Oh, Jackie and Shetty. Now after a year they talk they tell her you know you want to join your husband go and join him after a whole year of this kind of tragedy. What Dublin will acid nw kebony for the * to binary. Then the family of her husband when they see when they see this. They say you can take your son and you can travel and join your husband. So now she takes some back and she wants to leave to Medina.

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For the * to bear area so I prepared my camel from two beneath two feet Hijri so I mounted my camel and I had my son on my lap. from Maharashtra we only do ZODB Medina. They're not out to Medina to catch up with my husband.

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When I met he hadn't been calcula I have no one with me no company. I have no company. A terrible luck we'll be lucky to have a Kodama Allah Zoji. At the Bella human look at basically, I decided that whoever I meet on the way like shepherds

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Bedouins living there, I would ask them for whatever simple basic food take from them eat in order to survive until I reached Medina

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had to either contribute 10 Aim until I reached an area called the 10 aim. What is the aim today in Makkah, it was outside of Makena was part of Makkah or sort of outskirts.

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Exactly where Masjid Isha is, you know, some, sometimes people want to do more than 100 they go to Asia, which is actually not supposed to be the practice, but they go to Masjid Asia in the name. Okay, and they make a haram from there and they make a second Umbra or a third angle and so on and so forth. It's this area. It was outside of Macau. Now it's in the outskirts still actually it's in the distant outskirts of Mecca.

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So she says until I reached this area called the team lucky to work with mana. Ibn Abdullah of man of Nepal her immunopathol Her that's his full name of mandible Bala immunoblotted

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the Darfur colony so when he saw me, he said either at night I've been to Abbey OMA year, he saw me and he recognized where I come from, like my family. He knows he says what are you going to like you're by yourself in this area. What are you doing? What are you trying to do? For all to Arethusa gibril Medina I told him I'm joining my I'm going to join my husband and Medina.

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For call our man IKEA had he says you don't have any company like you're going a woman traveling by yourself.

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For all to Allah, Allah. Il Allah wa Benihana. She says I have no company by Allah I have no company but Allah and my son

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God Allah Hema Allah came in my truck so he says to her there's no way to let it there's no there's no way to leave you alone. No way to leave you like this. I can't leave you like this

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for other be hit on me by here so he holds the rope of the camel. From balaclava. Yeah, we be so holds the rope and he takes me on the way to Medina.

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This is someone who just bumped into her.

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Like he has randomly he just came across this woman. He recognized that Where are you going? I'm going to Medina to my husband. He says, Do you have any company? I have no company. He says I can't leave you. I can't leave you why it's unethical for me to leave you in this state.

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This is a non Muslim.

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This is a man immortal who was a non Muslim says it can leave you like it's unethical. It's not a manly masculine response to see you in the state and just leave you. There is a man who was going about doing his own his daily basis.

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This dude he doesn't go prepare himself and No, no, he says melachim and Metallica can't leave you like this. So he holds his robe of the camo. And he decides to deliver her to Medina

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which is if you go fast it's three to five days.

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So, so she narrates the story from Tala karma Yeah, we follow Allah He masa hip to La Jolla, Mina Al Arabiya to Allah and now acraman She says, I've never accompanied a person who I see is more noble and more generous than this man.

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Can I either Bella Valenzuela and her hubby through Mr. Hara honey. When we reached an area where we were supposed to rest, take a break. He would make the camel sort of sit down so I can unmount the camel. And then he would walk away from me Give me his back. Why, so I could unmount the camera without him looking at me. He wants to give me privacy. He wants to give me privacy

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through Mr. Hara and knee so he gives me his back and he walks a little bit away from me. He then has a little hobby, but every once I completed on Mount the camel, he takes the camel and he goes and ties it somewhere far.

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For help, I know that he would, you know, take off the load from the back of the camel, the camel could rest as well. From a year the whole Beshara official Michelle, then he would tie it to a tree, full metal and a hat and Elijah Jonathan for budget attack. Then he would go to a distant tree and he would sleep underneath that tree away from me giving me enough privacy and room for either the Naga elaborate when it's time to, you know to resume our journey. He would approach the camo untie it and get it ready. Then he would bring it to me make it kneel down, then he would walk away and give me his back. So I could mount the camera with with enough privacy without him looking at me

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for Mr. Harun Nucala can be then he would say you know mount the camo for either Allah keep towards the way to Allah area to Africa, we Futami he forgot the who had NZ Levy. And when I'm on the back of the camel, he would hold it and we would start our journey again had academic Medina until we reached Medina, for the for the man of Allah Allah Acharya Illa Acharya 20 I'm ribbony.

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The Kaaba call when he reached there's a village to the south of Medina called Benoit Amrita now which is Oba it was known mainly as audio to Benny Emery Benioff, named after the people who live in it. Then he says to her, this man Earth, Madam Norby about how once he once he sees the village, he says Zuki if he had to hit Korea, your husband is in this village. What can Abu Salah methanogen Ambia most of the Muslims when they migrated to Medina, they settled first and Oba before moving to the main city of Medina.

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furred holy holla Baraka Tila integrate with the blessings of Allah for masala then he turns and he heads back to Makkah. He doesn't rest or anything there he heads back to Mecca for Canada almost Allah middleby Allah Allah also Muslim I used to say Allah Hema and Mo Allah beaten fit Islamic Assad Bahama Saba Sanam she's I don't know any household in Islam who have been hit with a calamity like that. Which, you know, the family of Abu Salah have experienced Walmart or a Tulsa Haven Katakana Acoma minute with manna, Talia and have never seen a companion who's better than with madmen palha.

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This is a non Muslim,

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non Muslim, but look at the manners. Look at what we call the morrow. And we spoke previously about Maru. We said mandala is this kind of

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ethical approach to things where there's a lot of respect. There's a lot, it's a natural thing among human beings to be decent. It's a natural sense of decency, when you respect people, when you appreciate people's sensitivities without them having to explain them to you.

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You know, people in the past, today you have to explain your sensitivities. And it's a very awkward experience to tell someone you know, speaking to me in this manner really makes me feel disrespected.

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There are people you have to just tell them straight, like be face to face, be straightforward to them, you know, speaking in that manner is really disrespectful to me. And then you have to defend your position as well to convince them why it's disrespectful. But moreover, indicates that you you recognize sensitivities without the person saying anything.

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And it shows personal insight. Now recognize that these are sensitive sensitivities when it comes to this person. This is Mannerism. So for example,

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It was part of this model I was when someone comes into your house, you don't ask them who they are.

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You just received them in the house. And it was the norm as well to receive them the house for three days. Three days offer them food and accommodation and hospitality without asking them a question. It was an act of intrusion,

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to ask them about their name or what they're doing. Now, times have changed. Because if you do this, you might, you might be hosting a criminal you don't know. But I'm just saying how things used to be in the past. And in many nations, it was like that.

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So a lot of the Muslims managed to migrate to Medina actually most of them managed to make it to Medina. And people of all ages we're getting worried that all of these followers of Muhammad are leaving because they can see houses are empty. Houses are deserted. And all of these Muslims that we used to see around, we don't see them anymore. So they recognized that Muslims also were having good ties in Medina and there were a lot of Muslims in Medina already. And some Muslims were known to have emigrated to Medina. So police were getting seriously concerned about, you know, how things turned out to be that these Muslims are actually having a stronghold in Medina. So they put the

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Prophet of Islam in the spotlight, they put him under watch. They kept close in our surveillance over the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Around that time, the prophets of salaam was given the permission to make Hijra. So Muslims were given the permission to make Hijra before the prophets, Allah Salam. Before the Prophet SAW awesome, he was supposed to migrate last. And sometimes leadership requires that the leader becomes last not first.

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So actually a sign of a good read. A good leader is someone who recognized recognizes the needs of the people. And he sort of allows people to get privileged before he gets anything. For he gets anything, it for example, the Prophet SAW Salem, he talks about a good leader when he travels, he says he is the leader. You see, it will be theory of AFI him, like a leader when they traveling. A real Emir or leader of the group is someone who walks

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at the same pace as the weakest one in the group.

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That shows you know what they call today. individualized attention

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and the field of leadership they call this individualized attention that you recognize people recognize their needs, you appreciate the little they give, that's what they can give perfect. You're not undermine people for who they are what they are.

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Think a couple of years later, as well, there was a best selling book as well, on leadership that it's interesting and we're going to see actually some signs or some instances from the prophets of Salaam. It says leaders eat last.

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Leaders eat last today most of the leaders eat first. But leaders eat last and actually this is a practice in the life of the prophet sighs it was a continuous practice that he would eat last night we're gonna see something as we talked about the angel in sha Allah. So I bustled the Allahu Anhu says cannot assume La Silla Salam be Maccha for O'Meara Bill hijra, was in Makkah, and then he was commanded with Hijra. What was the revelation that indicated it was time for the Prophet salam to make Hydra is in surah Al Islam were called rugby at Fini, modhera sukrin originais Maharaja Sweetgreen which are limited Anca SUTA and Nestle era and say, Oh Allah, give me an entrance of

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truth or truthfulness and an exit of truthfulness and give me from yourself a great help and support

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so in the prophets of Allah and he recently received the news, straight out what was midday, extremely hot day in Mecca. Prasanna rushes to the house of Abu Bakr, he knocks on the door.

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A smart comes in he says, obviously, Jove Allah says to her father, it's the Messenger of Allah.

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So the sister the message of Allah come in,

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the message of Islam says, Open away from me, open away basically, if there are women who are not covered, so they can go inside and things like that. Through obika says jasola in the Maha Maha look, he's saying these are your family. Basically, he's talking about Aisha Radi Allahu Allah, because she was already you know, given to the Prophet salallahu Salam.

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So the Abu Bakr says

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In his mind, he says the problem comes at this time, this is an unusual thing because it doesn't come in midday. And midday among the Arabs at the time, it was a very private time. Very private time. Why? Because usually the hours at that time used to take a nap. So there was stay at home. So it was disrespectful, generally speaking, inappropriate to go to someone's house in the middle of the day. It's disrespectful. Because this is a very private time, it's a family time, you're not supposed to go there. And this is why Allah Subhan Allah and Salah to note, he instructs the but some etiquettes of seeking permission for the younger ones in the house. Younger ones in the house,

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they cannot enter the parents room, any time just like that, just stormed the room and enter it, they have to seek permission three times there are three times the time in the morning, when parents are still sleeping in the bed. And in the middle of the day. And after a short time. It's not nighttime, these are private times. So this is something we have to teach our kids as well. That when you enter your parents room,

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okay, you have to seek permission, knock on the door and wait for permission to come in. Don't just stop it is a very ignored kind of etiquette. But it shows you this is these articles Allah speaks about in the Quran in so much detail. Imagine Allah talks in the Quran about the times the kids when they once they reach specifically, once they reach

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what they call a rushed, or rushed is when the child starts can tell this is a man this is a woman right? There's something between man and woman, not puberty, which are rushed. Most of the scholars say it's around six, seven years old, six, seven years old. So prior to that it's fine. The kid is oblivious is unaware of, you know, the all these sexual matters and things like that. And even like they won't pay attention so much attention. You know, if they say the father was not dressed up appropriately, though, he was in his underwear or something most of the kids will notice. But I will say after five will probably actually these days are rushed actually has gone earlier.

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With a lot of the what you have in the media, what kids get to learn in daycare and in the nurseries, they get. Probably yeah, they get to see a lot become aware of a lot of these sexual stuff and relationship between men and women, sometimes from a young age, really from a young age. So if if they are actually aware of these and they take note of these things, then yes, the ruling applies to them. So before Fajr over time, and after Isha before bedtime. These are times in our members in the family they are supposed to seek permission before they go into the parents room private room.

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So anyway, the prophets of Islam comes to obika on the whole time obika realizes that there's something serious, urgent, the prophet Salam comes now. So the prophets of salaam says to him.

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He says to Abu Bakr, he says in the ordinary Bill Harada was given permission to leave which means basically to live basically to travel. And obviously there's a context behind this. So it's probably realized is the Hijra call Abu Bakr Al bakr says a Sahaba companionship, I want to be your companion. Be a be NTR rasool Allah may my my father be a sacrifice for you. For Carlos wa salam Nam. Yes, indeed. So what God says to the prophets of Salaam, I have two camels. He had prepared them before. He says take one of them. The prophets of salaam says be Theremin I'll pay for that. I will pay for that.

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Now, this was so the prophets of salaam agrees with Abu Bakr to leave

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around Fajr time

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the following day.

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So the President agrees with Abu Bakr to leave around fudge fudge your time so Becca was supposed to come to the house of the Prophet SAW Salem, and then they would set off from there. But let's see what was happening with Polish polish. We said they've noticed that the Muslims are no longer in Medina. And they were concerned that a lot of them are concerned that if Mohammed Salim leaves Maccha if he leaves Maccha he's going to join people in Medina, they're going to become a force and one day they'll come back to overtake Makkah. So they wanted to find

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a solution, a terminal final solution to the issue of the prophets of Allah. So they decide to meet together, make a council bring people and bring people and you know, get a discussion about this.

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So above all, the Allahu Anhu narrates the story he says

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it stemma only the only Kawata I do and yet Hulu dot network where to shower will be happy. MBL rasool Allah is Allah when he was so the people of Makkah, they decided to make Council and to sit together

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to discuss the affairs of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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what can I daily can you use a Mazuma that day you was called The Day of like sort of traffic and, and hectic the hectic day, the hectic day why? Because people in Mecca were running around you know calling one another getting together especially the leaders in Mecca. And it was a very busy, hectic day in Mecca. Fat tell the homie bliss will be here at shaping Jaleel IBLEES Satan. He takes the form of a man of a human being

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an old man, an old man, I lay he bet to law who and he's wearing a thick clock, a thick cloak on his shoulders for walk off He stood by Darren network dotnet Why is slack the parliament in Mecca so he was waiting on the doorstep there. For them Mara work if an alibi Bihar lumen a chef. When they saw him at the door, they said who's the chef? Who are you basically? Now chef in the Arabic language originally means what an old man.

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It means an old man. But this use was changed. Now automatically when you say shave people assume an imam student of knowledge. A scholar right? But shape and the Arabic language originally means an old person. So they didn't say to shaytaan Sheikh that he was a scholar or something. They said who's the old man? Who's the old man? Oh, like who are you?

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So he says che Holman. He knows he calls himself shake. I'm an old man from nudged from nudge.

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Nudge is the middle of the Arabian Peninsula. Okay in the middle of Saudi send me I believe the tattoo Mala who he heard about you know your affair

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for Hezbollah, Malcolm LEUs mathematical and so he decided to attend and join you in order to to hear what you guys have to say. What I said Allah Adama caminhada you know knows hopefully you will benefit from you will get some advice and some insight from him or her they said yes indeed Oracle comm come with us for the Halima Omaka digital mafia Ashraf operation couldn't stop operation couldn't mean Coolio Kabila. She can't join them and they have gathered in that dark network all of the leaders from all the divisions or the factions and Kulish all of them came to Dalton Nadella so many auditions or been in alpha all of the clans within Quraysh so they said one of them said in the

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head the Lord EULA could Can I mean me the market can warm up other item we're in Now ALLAH he learned manual who Alan with will be Alina tuber, who made the hiring for Jimmy Hoffa here. And so one of them says that that's the main announcement.

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You will know what the effect of Muhammad is. He came with a new religion, he started winning followers, and so on and so forth. So let's reach a final conclusion something we agree upon we all agree upon.

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So that's because we don't feel safe that he might get a lot of followers and then come and attack MK Maccha for the shower, so they started the discussions brainstorming

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for makalah aluminium he sue Phil Hadid they were ugly. Oh la Heba been from Matala bus will be Hema Asaba she bought her home in a shout out Alina Kubla. So here on Nabila woman McLaughlin home Manhattan multi HETA usually the home in Houma. Asaba. One of them said, you know, Chang him, put him in jail. Keep him there until he dies, just like all of these, you know, the because all the previous poets so he was claiming Muhammad Hassan was a poet. All these previous poets, they died and he's just gonna die. So keep in keep him in jail until he dies. For Karla shakin HD. The che from Nigel Chapin speaks says Lao Allah He Maha La Cumbre Ian he says this is not a good opinion.

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This is not a good opinion. What hola Hello habas tomo will come out Topo Luna Aloha Raja amerihome In hola el bab. Allah the two more who do not who Illa us hobby for the OSHA Konya thebault la confiance Xiaomin ad come to my you Kathy row competitively welcome Emery come hada Maha Camila in fumble Ophelia here from the shower. So he says this is not a good opinion. If you guys put him in jail, you know, his his followers are going to try to free him and whatever he says is gonna you know leak out into his followers they're gonna hear about his affairs and they will gather together and try to free him and then they will jump on you and fight you and they might overcome and take

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over Maccha so this is not a good opinion. Think of something else another person said are quite aluminum nuclear do human being the other body in

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for them fee him in ballerina for either Wallahi man or barely Elaina the hub? Well a hater worker either via Anna fragola Minho slash Anna am Rana will refer to an Akuma

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candidate or the person says, you know, we can exonerate him out of Makkah, and we don't care whatever happens people follow him people don't follow him. As long as he's not in Makkah, we don't care. Then we fix all the problems that have been caused by him. Like because there was some issues among people in Mecca people who were protecting the prophets of Salaam and people who were saying Don't you know fight against him or don't oppress him and others who were aggressive to the problem so there was a lot of issues and concerns so they said we'll fix all of this and we'll go back you know good. in a good state with with one another. For Karla shake on HD Shavon again says Allah He

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might have Alconbury This is not a good opinion. And I'm telling you hosting a hadith he will Hala Waterman booty he was ALLAH better who Allah Kluber Aegiali be Maya TV wala hello for altum Vladika ma i mean to Anita Hill at a hygiene mineral Arabi for yesterday, but I let him be there he can call me he had either had deja vu who I didn't hear from my CLB him in econ hedaya Combi him for Yahoo, the Umrah Colombini idea come from with lb coma rod. Adil roofie Hara Ian Lee Raha so she says this is not a good opinion. Because if he leaves Maccha you've seen how beautiful his speech is, and how influential he is, and people get mesmerized by what he says and they buy into it. So he might join

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any of the tribes in among the Arabs and they might just accept his message and they become staunch followers of Muhammad. Then once he gets enough power, he's gonna come and crush you with these people and then they will take over. So this is not a good opinion. Think of something else. Again that shape on

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somebody might be puzzled in shape and takes the shape of Man Yes, Allah has given cheatin and Jin to take the shape of man.

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Allah has given shaytaan and the jinn to take the shape of man. Yes, and we know the story inside Buhari where Abu Huraira the Allahu Anhu was looking after sadaqa telephotos was in the masjid and a man comes and steals from it

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you know gets hold of me catch him and he says Leave me I have children I want to feed my children three times.

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And then the President clarified him this was a plan What's your plan you took the shape of a man so yes, she a bank could take the shape of a man or a woman or a child you could take it that's this could happen. And she Bong could also act not necessarily through just the shape of a person through a person through a person

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I'm not talking about Johanna, I'm not talking about this welcome to this but

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a man with the hubby.

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Remember the hobby? Again I'm messing up names. So

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but there are anyway there are a lot of statements from the scholars they say if someone says such and such orders such and such, then

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or Imam dabba Yes, he says,

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Man Alta Allahu

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Janabi, be it mean Kitab Lao Hadith and min Rasulillah Salam, salam

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for choleric dynamin Hado hodl

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phelim and O'Shea upon

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farlam. And now shaytaan. And Steven, he says, For Baba what Allah Sodre he for in Namaha. shaper, she says if you say to someone

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is the Quran, we take, we only take from a verse from the Quran or Hadith from the prophets of Salaam and he says to you leave this and let's talk about something that makes sense. Then he says, you know, put that person to the ground and sit on his chest because he's in the Chapin is indeed check on the prophets of salaam said about the person who crosses in front of you as you pray, you push in his chest, right? Three times in the program says if he insists, after you push him in sister cross in front of you, you fight with him for Cthulhu for in no matter who Shavon fight him because there's a shaytaan with him.

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Sometimes she thought overtakes a person temporarily and gets that person to act. This person will that person will be conscious, he thinks he's acting with his own mind. But shaytaan and this doesn't happen to a righteous person happens to a person who has issues with Allah subhanaw taala so these are things these are things that happen and how many stories of people who have been approached by individuals they've never seen in the life and then they never saw afterwards.

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So shaytaan could take the shape of a man could take the shape of a human of a human being so she panda in this meeting was taken the as we said the shape of an old man from Nigeria. So after he said both of these opinions are not good. Abuja speaks now

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He says Wallahi inna de la en la in Morocco, Morocco actually he

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says, Well, I have an opinion. I have a suggestion or plan of action. I don't think any of you guys have ever thought of that. Abu Jamal was a very intelligent, creative. He's creative. So he's he's come up with an idea no one ever thought of before. So he says,

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a woman who is about heckum They say, what is it? This is why they call him I will hug him. I will hug him the father of wisdom is the father of wisdom and he was called the father of wisdom. Because he was, he was seen as a wise man. And indeed in many efforts, he was a wise man but when it came to Subhanallah Islam

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he his wisdom wasn't there.

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So he says about Anta Holloman Coolio kabhi let him fit and sharp and just the naseeb and we'll see it on fina from manual to your left at a minimum safe on Saaremaa from my Madonna at Heathrow my adorable and a whole lot of battalion wide for two and a half and a study for a non federal director.

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Further MEAC Durban who, Abdullah Manaphy Allah help me him, Jimmy and what are the Lumina Bill Apple Vapp Allahu La. Si, he says, My opinion is that from every clan and college, every division, every small division in college, you get one strong young man, and you give him a very sharp, strong sword. They get together,

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they jump on Muhammad, they gang upon him, and they all killed him at once.

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So let's say roughly the main division Makawa eight, let's say eight young men.

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So we get young eight men and they all hit him at the same time. So all of them kill him together. It's not one person was responsible for him, but eight. So he says if we do this, why didn't always do this previous one, they just kill Mohammed sauce and get someone to kill him. Maybe there was some attempts, by the way, they went so serious. The reason was the issue of retribution, retaliation,

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grayish blue abdomen if the crown of the prophets of salaam would seek revenge, you killed someone from among us were going to kill someone from among you, then it would be a war.

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And it would be such a dangerous situation. But if one clan is going to fight another seven clans

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that would think you know 100 times before even they do anything. So he said if at all the clans are responsible for the death of Muhammad or the murder of Muhammad, you know, so but no argument if we're not gonna fight, not going to seek revenge, they will just simply take the blood money and say what can we do? We can't just fight all of the other clans that would you know, if it was one clan against the other, that would be all right. We might survive but seven clans fighting one. We have no chances. So they would sort of drop the idea of retaliation, and they would accept the blood money. And that would be the end of the whole story of Muhammad. Now shaken Nidhi shaytaan he says

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oh Luma color Roger, that's the real opinion. That's that's the one. That's the one that's the man. That's the right opinion.

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Now right yella como yo, you have no other option that's the best one.

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For tougher Rachael O'Meara Derek Lunella home so everyone went on their own way. They haven't agreed on this, that this is the decision. This is the decision. So shall the Allahu Anhu she was still about maybe eight years old at that time. She says we have prepared the food and everything that

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Abubaker and the person would need on the way and we got things ready. We put them in a in a bag and a smart her sister older sister or the Allahu anha who was at the time married to who was the husband was smart

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as Obi Wan as you buy another one. This one wasn't in Makkah at that time. He was on a business caravan.

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So a smart she has her waistband.

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So she takes it off. She splits it into two halves

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and she uses one half to tie that back. You know that has the food and whatever the process is I'm gonna obika We're going to take with them in the journey. This is why she was called that will need to obtain that surname that an Italian woman of the two waistbands because she cut hers into two pieces.

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So Allah subhanaw taala tells the prophets Allah Sydenham, what was happening for at algebra ye rasool Allah He saw Salam Gibreel comes to the messengers or southern for God Allah Tabby Teddy Leigh letter I love your logic. Don't sleep in your bed tonight. Under the contributorily for them kennel atma Mina laid HTML Barbie feta asado Mata Unum forget

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Be born early for them. So last summer McKenna and Cordelia had even evitar lib Nomada philosophy which should be worded Hello Mila phenom in Hula, hula. So they carry on to chromium. What can I was sort of like I was I mean I'm if you put the heat back at you then

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now the prophets Gibreel came to the messenger of Solomon he said to him, don't sleep in your bed tonight. not asleep in your bed. So the prophets I seldom cause even

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problem sees them. They coming when it was sort of middle of the night they come to the house, these young men ready having the sorts that come to the house this around the house of the prophets sort of surrounded the doorstep of the house of the Prophet SAW Selim.

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The process and M says that even Abby Taalib you know, sleep in my bed, and you cover yourself with my clock the problem every time he slept, he covered himself with his cloak, okay, which was green cloak is the Yemeni design. So the Prophet SAW Salem would cover himself so he gave it to me nobody said sleep in my bed and cover yourself with that these people were waiting for any chance to jump on the Prophet SAW Salem. So some of the things they employ they would throw stones on him as he was sleeping, tried to get him to wake up so they could actually attack him. Because somehow still, it seems from the generations that didn't want to break into the house because breaking into house was

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such a disgraceful thing. So these people are going to commit a crime right? But not break into the house. Right? So he's just like, I don't know, someone like kills someone in a public place then he starts cleaning the floor like we shouldn't you know, we should keep the keep the city tidy, right? Keep the sidewalk tidy and start cleaning it you just kill the human being. So something similar these people will did not want to break into the house probably they wanted to get the professor them to come and check what was going on outside and maybe attack him.

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Ali ibn Abi Talib sleeps in the

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bed of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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It seems there was a back entrance because Abu Bakar before Fajr comes and all he knows is that he's supposed to come to the house of the Prophet Salam, and they're supposed to live together. So he goes and he tries to wake up, who was over was sleeping that thinking was the prophet of Salam. Then Libra we thought of uncovered his face from underneath. And he says job will work clean while your name Abu Bakr Jezebel and now whenever you Allah a worker came and he was sleeping coworker photo was the Prophet SAW Selim for Karla Jana be Allah for call Ali in Abuja like I didn't Pelican Wabi Mamoon Federico and even I will call him says, So Abu Bakr says all messenger of Allah like wakeup,

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Ali with olive says, the Messenger of Allah has left he left already. He's waiting for you by the well of Mamoon bedroom Amon, one area in Mecca where there was well,

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so go there so worker goes and joins the prophets of Allah who had he he was in them.

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Now there is a dispute among some of the historians because there are narrations that indicate that the Prophet SAW Selim actually, when he left the house, these people were surrounding his house around this this door. So as he leaves he recites some verses from the Quran which are unknown in Bini AC ad him said Denzel is in which I'm been at him set them on the hook for him said then for Allah Shana home for home lodestone, and we created a screen in front of them and behind them so they cannot see.

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So the person who recited this, then he

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left without them seeing him in front of their eyes. There is a historical narration that mentions this. Now historical narration is means and narration means. There is no proper chain of narration, but it's mentioned in the books of Sierra and the books of history. So we cannot verify if it was true or not, but it's worth mentioning it. And one in one narration indicates that the prophets automatically took some sand in his hand and he put sand on the head of each one of those young men without them feeling it or noticing it.

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So he meets and some of the reasons indicates they're not they don't mention clearly but they indicate that the prophecy of them had left probably prior to these young men surrounding his house.

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So they were still trying to throw stones on I don't even know without trying to get him to wake up thinking he was the prophet but I don't even know we thought about it's still remain he wants to buy time he wants to buy time. He wants to keep them there as much as possible so the person could get as far from Mecca as possible without these people realizing that he had left Mk. So

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the prophecies have changed obviously the plans right he changed the plan with Abu Bakr so he met him towards the almighty moon and

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Medina is to the north of Mecca. The Prophet Salam doesn't go to two

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up north, he goes south, he goes south and south, slightly south west,

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to a mountain called fold. Jebel who fell where there is a small cave, who thought, so he goes there. And that's a, that's a very important thing. And there's something we said today in the hotbar, that, yes, you put your trust in Allah, but you still have to do the things you're supposed to do, you still have to abide by the dynamics and the rules of this world. You can't just you know,

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sort of, you know,

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play shelf in front of a car driving at 100 kilometers an hour and say, I put my trust in Allah, if it's my time, I will die, well, you're gonna die, you're gonna die, you have to take precautions, right? You have to you live in a physical world. So you have to abide by the rules of this world, you have to abide by. So this is what we call a global ASVAB, you have to follow the necessary means you have to do whatever is necessary for your success, you can't just say, because if you just say, oh, Allah is gonna make things happen. If Allah has written something, for me, it will come and you don't do anything. This is not proper telecoil. This is not a proper to occur, you have to do what

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you are supposed to do. And also, you can't be, for example, you have a problem.

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They say you have a problem at home,

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you have to find out what the problem is.

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See what the root of the problem is, try to figure out a solution. And then act upon this. And seek Allah's help throughout the process, put your trust in Allah subhanaw taala. But you can't, for example, have a problem and just come up with a solution that has nothing to do with the problem. Let's say a lot of people, they have their, for example, there may be their children, Sons Daughters, they could be as young as six, seven years, or they could be sometimes teenagers. They have an issue of misbehaving. they misbehave him doing something wrong. Or maybe some of them are engaging in some inappropriate actions. So instead of finding out why the son or the daughter is

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engaged in this, what do they get out of it? When did the problems start? So they can tailor some kind of solution to this problem? They start doing what say, you know, let me keep the boy busy with some let me buy him a PlayStation. So he plays like 16 hours a day. So he doesn't get to, you know, go on the streets and do these bad things. You haven't treated the source of the problem.

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You haven't treated the source of the problem. Someone has, for example, anxiety.

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Because you can't just say oh, let me buys them bite, let me buy them ice cream. They'll feel good. No anxiety has causes. There is a reason why this person has anxiety, find out what it is. And when you treat the source of it, it will just disappear.

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It might not be an easy process. But that's the only way to deal with it. Was there okay let me take them to the movies.

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Was that going to help them

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it might be some kind of a like a quick fix a painkiller was not going to solve the problem, right? So if there is a problem, investigate, find out, find out so all of these things. We can take them as lessons from this example of the Prophet SAW son, he realized he didn't say okay, I'm going to Medina, I just will not go to Medina and put my trust in Allah, he realized people will be chasing him. There'll be no look on the lookout for him.

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Although he puts his trust in Allah, and he knows Allah is gonna save him. But he takes all the nests, everything he could think of. So he goes south, he doesn't go north. He goes to a mountain, what's the most of the least expected to go opposite of his original direction? And he goes on he hides and we're going to see some precautions that he took. Why didn't the problems just say, Okay, I'll just take the necessary means I'm gonna I'm traveling to Medina, I'm just gonna travel to Medina, right. And Allah will protect me, I've done what I have to do. Now the person did even more he did extra. He was very careful. And these are lessons that we have to understand, you know, we

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don't live in a fantasy world. There are dynamics in this world, there are physical dynamics in this world, we have to pay attention to them, we have to abide by them. These are the rules of the game

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if you want results, so the problem with the Muslims today is that we have problems we have issues. We have a lot of concerns we have far behind in so many thing and that's not to be desperate. Because not really it's our trust is in Allah will hope comes from Allah subhanaw taala could change things in an instant. Things could change. But when people qualify for that change, when people deserve that change, Allah is not going to hold it back. Allah is the most generous

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so we are having so many problems but we don't deal with the sources of these problems. We're not trying to find out exactly why we live in such as in such state as an OMA

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while we are the target of so many people why are we so helpless while we so divided? Why are we so negative? While we so cynical to one another why? We don't try to investigate. We just tried to sweep it under the rug and just say yeah, let's do this. Let's do this. You know, for example, you have this do

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For example, these assemblies conferences people get together right? And leaders get together make statements bold, beautiful statements, flashy statements. And yeah, we've solved the problem, right? Is festering is getting even worse underneath. Why? Because that's not the solution. That's not the solution. So the Prophet SAW Salem, when he made the Hijra swear words go to the south vessel, that the most unexpected, you know, route that he will take. So he takes that. And then he got they go to Mount Thor and they hide in that Laurel or that cave. It's not one thing. It's a cave, like what you see in the movies. Okay? It's actually, first of all, it's not horizontal in the sense, you don't

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walk into it, you jump down, and it's a small hole. It's a small hole that hardly takes two people. So if you stand by that hole on top of it, you're actually going to see who is in there. This is how small it was. I don't think it was like a cave. Like the, you know, like all these movies or you know, Treasure Hunt, when they take the torch and they walk into the cave and it's like, amazing. No, no, it's a small hole that if you just look down, you're gonna see who's in there.

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So they hide in there.

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And they said that Abubaker is so concerned and he's so frightened. Not about himself. He's actually crying he's weeping. The problem says, Why are you so emotional? He says almost have a light on fear anything for myself I really don't care about myself I feel for you. I don't want these people to catch up with us. Yet the prophets Allah Allah the person I'm just calms him down.

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Now when once they reach that,

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which we call cave, it's not as I said, it's not a cave, a small pit, it's a small pit in that mountain. So the he says to the province of Salem mechanic, is person wants to enter it he says hold on you stand you stand there.

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Then he says had odd lady let me put my hand in and check it out for a while. So who knows. So I check it out carefully. For either I cannot be hidden between Asaba and Jakob like so if there is something dangerous there.

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I would get hit.

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So if there's like a snake, Scorpion something or if there's a like an aggressive animal, I will get hurt, you will be safe. So he checks it out. There's nothing there. But that shows you the level of sacrifice. The level of devotion Abu Bakr Radi Allahu anhu, displayed during that time with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, then

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when he makes sure it's safe, he says to the professor don't go in. And they have although it's a small, tiny space and said is extremely uncomfortable food for one person. Imagine for two people, they had to stay in there. Why? Because if they are above the ground, the visible

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and they don't know, you know, who could just catch catch them by sight. So they had to stay there. You're talking about three then they stayed three nights. Now as soon as they entered it. The prophecy was almost tired.

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So when the ration goes that aboubaker extent Booker sits down and he extends his feet and the prophets on sudden puts his head on the lap of Abu Bakr, on the thighs of Abu Bakr and sleeps takes us much short nap. Now when he sleeps Abu Bakr as the problem was sleeping, and what can notice is right behind his feet, just beyond his feet, there's a small opening and scorpions are coming out,

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is just about to come on up, come out from the hole. What does he do? He thrusts his heel in that hole.

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He starts, thrusts his heel in that hole,

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and he gets bitten.

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He gets bitten so hard, and he holds himself back, not to wake up. The Prophet SAW Selim, he doesn't even shake.

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And then because of the pain, his body cannot take it. Some tears roll down his cheeks, because of the pain. He's not like crying, but it's just a physical reaction. So some tears roll down and they fall on the cheek of the prophets of Allah is

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the person who wakes up, this is what happened. He says, ya rasool Allah, he looked at luderitz Almost in Jove, Allah, I was stung. I was stung and he was in so much pain. And he was basically saying that apologetically that I had to wake you up. So the Prophet SAW Selim Spitz on his heels and he makes to Allah subhanaw taala. He also shows you the level of devotion of Abu Bakr the law, I know, this is why I'm on top

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of all the Allahu Anhu during his time when he was Khalifa, some people mentioned something that Ahmad did much better than Abu Bakr.

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Some of the Muslims there mentioned that then threatened if people see something like that he would punish them. Then he says lead to any charlatan features

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Maybe buckle a wish I'm just one hair in the body of Abu Bakr and he says the Leila Tolman Abu Bakr Al Hyun Min mil dunya monomethyl Jamar he says one night from Abu Bakr is better than the whole world full of people like on mobile.

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And he's talking specifically about that night

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about the day with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So as as they are their people of Makkah send you know, everyone in every direction, you know, Mecca is like a bomb that went off. Everyone is running in every direction. People are going everywhere chasing for Mohammed and Abu Bakr don't want to catch them at any cost. Why? Because the people of Mecca also put a price any price for any person who catches Mohammed and Abu Bakr alive or dead whatever, you catch them you get hold of them. You get 100 candles. In today's money, you talking about millions you're talking about millions. Yeah, so bounty hunters. You're not on full fledged now or running around chasing every

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turning over every you know stone in the desert trying to find Muhammad and Abu Bakr so one of the people from Croatia actually managed to reach the area of Mount Thor. And they reached even that small pit. They reached it, they reached it and they actually came and they stood on top of it Abubaker cries

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I work as a very as I shall the Allahu anha she said Abubaker in module on se if a worker is a very sensitive soft man, he can easily cry. It's very emotional man. So So over crying straight away. Rossum says

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what are you crying? He says hola Lai, la novela ala mode the academy healer. He says if any of those people now standing up there, if any of them just looks at their phone feeds, he's gonna see us

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this is our core so there's our visible there. If he just looks at his own feet, they're gonna see us but Allah Subhana Allah blinded them.

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Allah subhanaw taala blinded them and this is why

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the Arab say the worker

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who can complete their work I'll cuddle me yell bustle,

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you know when something is bound to happen hulless it's bound to happen Allah has written for this to happen is going to happen. Emile bustle, even the eyesight with 10 blind.

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A person who could see would not see it happens sometimes people have car accidents. Let's say you're on the traffic light, you're going left, right. So you wait for the incoming traffic. Once it subsides, you have enough time. And you check and there's nothing coming or incoming traffic, there's no cars, and you just start driving left and bang. Someone just drives into your right.

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And so what did this car come from ovens? Like I checked carefully, but I didn't see it. Yes, it was written to happen. The car was there but you were blinded. These things happen. You know, very intelligent people's give people good people in their industry and their business whatever they do. They commit stupid mistakes so obvious, and they have checked but I've checked everything. Yes. When something is bound to happen is gonna happen you will be blinded. So these people were not meant to find the Prophet Muhammad Abu Bakr. So

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So the Prophet SAW Selim says to Abu Bakr yeah Abu Bakr, Marvin Luca Bethanien Allahu therethrough Homer Z Abu Bakr Salam is so comfortable. So like chill Ross, as it says, Yeah, well, what do you think of two individuals, Allah is the third of them, Allah is with us. And Allah Subhan Allah says, actually mentioned this in Surah Tober in some soru if you don't champion if you don't help him and support him in Latin Zulu, for goodness, Allah Allah, fan, Fanny F Nene, the two people in whom I feel hot when they were in the cave, if your code is so heavy, that ASAN he says to his companion tabaco LA to has an LED has an in here doesn't mean don't be sad. Don't be scared. That's what it

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means. Because it doesn't and it hasn't sadness and fear, because they're connected.

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And this is this shows actually, the emotional intelligence of the Arabic language.

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The words in the Arabic language that describe emotions that have a lot of connections among them.

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And the linguistic connections among them indicate real emotional connections in real life. That's, that's a beautiful sight that some

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some some people specialize in, in the in the semantics Arbic semantics have actually delved into books so lightly, not yet. The Arabic language has intelligence behind it has so much noise. So the connections between words are very purposeful, meaningful, there is something that

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So, anyway, so Latin Don't be afraid. Don't be worried. Don't be concerned in Latin in the la hermana. Allah is with us, allies with us.

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So the prophets of Salaam and Abu Bakr will be low and they send these people check even one of them you read hates actually, these people who standing just by the cave he urinates, he urinates. So imagine the ultra blinded these people they didn't even check who was and

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in that cave, and then they leave. So the Prophet SAW Salem stays with Abu Bakr now, just to show you the level of

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planning and strategy the Prophet SAW Selim had even though he had trust in Allah subhanaw taala.

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now these are people in the cave for three days, the food they had is not going to be enough for them. So they will run out of food. Plus, you're staying in the cave, you need to know what's happening, what's going on? Are people still chasing or not? In what areas they're chasing? You need to get an update, right.

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So the Prophet Salam had planned all of this, he had a full, like, a complete plan for everything. So he had agreed with the son of Abu Bakr Abdullah, what's the name of Abu Bakr himself?

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Abdullah immunobiological Hatha Abdullah is Abu Bakr. His son is also Abdullah. So can a father and a son have the same name. Yes, yes, you can. I remember meeting this

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guy from Nigeria.

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And I think his name was Mohammed Assad this Asha.

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His name was Mohammed the 16th. I asked him about what's like 16 What is that? Like? Is this like a royalty right? Royal Family?

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And he says no, it says my name is Mohammed immunol, Muhammad Abdullah, Muhammad Abdul Mohammed, Mohammed, my father, my grandfather, my grandfather is all Muhammad, Muhammad, Muhammad, Muhammad Muhammad and I am in a generation 16 Being named Muhammad so much.

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So So sometimes we will ask, Can I name my son to hold my same meaning told the same name? Yes. Yes, you can.

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So he will have a Boubacar. His name is Abdullah. His son is also Abdullah. So the President agrees with him that this Abdullah, he spends the day in Mecca. And he stays very present and active and he like keeps an eye on people what they're seeing what they are, they're doing all the updates about Muhammad about the chase after Muhammad SAW Salam, and so on and so forth. So he keeps a close eye on everything.

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And then when it's nighttime, he sneaks out of Makkah, and he goes into he goes to the cave to that area.

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He goes and he spends the night with the person I'm gonna look at he updates them and everything. You know, who is chasing or chasing what areas what are the results of the chase and so on and so forth, how fierce it is.

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Then before Fajr, he leaves,

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he leaves and in order to remove his footsteps, the prophets of Solomon agreed with the shepherd of Abu Bakr, who's amor ignore for IRA. The President agrees with him that he because shepherds are going to be in the outskirts of Mecca. So there's nothing wrong with him being in any area like that outside of Makkah, so it's normal. So don't slam agrees with him that he comes in the day in the night, in order to take the sheep to sort of remove the footsteps of Abdullah and then he would come to them twice and offer the milk or whatever food give, you know, give them more food. So everything is accounted for with the Prophets Eliza. And these people keep chasing McCarrick keep chasing the

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problem for three days, three days, three days. And then

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three days have passed the province of Saddam sister or bucket it's time to leave.

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It's time to leave. Now. Remember, we said Abu Bakr said to the Prophet, I'm gonna have two camels you take one of them, right? What are the camels?

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All right. Yeah. Yes. So the prophets are seldom realizes if I'm going to give the camels, two camels, to the shepherd or to Abdullah, the son of Abu Bakar people are gonna notice, right? People will notice. So the prophets of Islam keeps the two sheep before he leaves his house. He had already done all of this. He agreed with someone called Abdullah and or I could either love them or I could was a person from Mecca. But he was the column she reads.

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Her read is someone who knows how to navigate the desert or navigate the ways and

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roots. Okay, a very someone who is very knowledgeable of the roots, and he can follow people's like footprints and so on and so forth, has a lot of knowledge. So he's a guide for travelers,

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the person had agreed with him to keep the camels with him, and that he would come three days later and join them somewhere where they would meet him there. And then they would set off towards Medina not taking the usual route taken an extraordinary routes.

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And this man was someone who actually has an innovation goes, homicide, the whole fear helfen Minghella fell out of so the Arabs had this kind of treaties, this kind of it was a social part of their social activism. Because there were people taking advantage of the status of the wealth of their family and the lineage and abusing poorer, weaker people.

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So people with dignity would gather together and they would say like in Mecca, they call this health, health, the person witness some of these before Islam, like every fall, they will say, Okay, any stranger, any weak person, any slave who's taken advantage of and he seeks our help, we're going to help him even against the most noble people. So it's more like a group of lawyers today, they form some kind of think tank or group, whoever doesn't have help, we're going to help them we're going to defend his case and so on and so forth. So he was one of those people who have joined something like that in Mecca. So he was a person of dignity.

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The process I'm agrees with him, and they actually

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they start they set out on the way to to Medina, and they don't go north. They go further west towards Jeddah, what's did that today towards did that it just to the north of gender, and then they take the coastal routes on the coast. Very unusual, very unusual way to go. So they leave. And

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on the way, a lot of interesting things happen. One of them.

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One of the tribes outside of Makkah.

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From among them was Soraka, Abdul Malik Sulaco. Malik was a bounty hunter,

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bounty, and a person who wouldn't spend time doing regular business or things like Chase or wait for opportunities. So, one day, he says, We were sitting with the, like, main people in his tribe that was sitting together, and someone comes in, he says, I saw a few people at a distance traveling. And I think these are the people who are wanted by Maccha by the by the Quraysh.

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So Rob nomadic, and she received the level of intelligence now, it's the first time he hears about this. He's a bounty hunter, that's his area. So he knows how to calculate he says, no, no, no, it's not them. It's not them. It's some of our friends lost their camel. And they actually went out searching for it. He's clueless about

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you. But he quickly he managed to make a calculation and realize what the situation is. And he put together a plan in a split second.

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So he said that in order to that no one thinks, Okay, oh, there's 100 camels. Let's go and teach these people. So he wants everyone just to think, Oh, this is just people searching for the candles. Then he stays with them for a while, he stays in that gathering that group, and he still converses with them normally. So no one can be skeptical or suspicious about him.

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Then he pulls himself out. And he goes to his house, and he says to His servant, or his maid, you know, take my horse and meet me outside the village, outside the village. So he doesn't show that he is even leaving the village or has any intentions.

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Then he meets his servant with his horse, and he's got his swords and his weapons. And he goes in chases word that guy described with the area and he goes there.

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So he actually starts catching up. He sees the Prophet SAW Salem and Abu Bakr, Toby Allah who I know. So he he chases them, they were on camels, and he was on a horse he was much faster on a horse

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and as he gets very close to them Abu Bakr is sometimes he's before the Prophet Allah in front of him. Sometimes he's to the back some sort of the right sometimes to the left, the prophets of salaam looks at Abu Bakr he says like you keep switching he says What's wrong with you? He says he also Allah, a corner mark for either the curtain talab half of your walk, like I'm with you, but I realize people are chasing us. So I decided to stay myself behind you. And then I realized that could be people ambushing us on the way so I say let me be in front of him so if there's an ambush, I fall for it before you that I go right left is just based on all of these you know, expectations.

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Sudden problem comes down and they meet a shepherd and they

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they get some milk from the shepherd and then they they carry on, on

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Till Soraka, catches up with them, catches up with them to the point. Abu Bakar looks at him the problem doesn't, he doesn't turn around, he realizes someone is chasing them by, he's so confident he's so cool. And he keeps just, you know riding forward. aboubaker looks back and he's so concerned and consumed. And he starts, zero rasool Allah Allah, Allah, Allah wa Messenger of Allah, people have caught up with us.

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The protocol says, calm down, calm down, he's not gonna, he's not going to catch us, he's not going to catch up with us, don't worry.

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So a worker says beanie will be in a home for Latha to acquire US, like, you know, the bow is just like almost something like this, maybe one meter or a bit more. So he says, between me and him is about three meters. So rock has behind me, the person says, Don't worry, he's not going to catch his

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work, I was concerned. That moment,

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the front feet of the horse of Soraka, they sink into the sun, and he falls off his of his horse.

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So he says to himself, no, the arms have something, you know, like we have our phone, right? You want to you want to get something you always take an app or something.

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They have their app at the time. And the app was called the lots of Islam, the lots see would pull it out. And it was something like a cup that had two or three sticks, small sticks or rods in it. And one of them says yes, some one of them says no. Third one says try again.

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So basically, if they want to make a decision, they're not going to calculate it most of the like oftentimes or if it doesn't seem to be there's some resistance, okay? They will usually consult the lots. So throw the lot so he would randomly pick any one of them without looking. So he pulls out his lats and he pulls one of them and it says no, basically don't follow. But he says, I ignored it. And I go and chase them again. Catch up with them. He sinks again in the sand, he falls off. Then he gets the lats again. He casts one and it says no, he ignores it. It goes against this tradition. And he keeps carrying on third time. Then he says the third time

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so I realized that, that these guys, these people are protected. He realizes there's some force now this is very unusual. There is something protecting them from me. So he decides to offer the process and says something and he says yeah, Mohammed said Mohammed in nearly Oberlin. Well, Hanuman, he says, I have camels. He's a bounty hunter, so is a rich man of camels and have sheep my shepherds are ahead of you will be ahead of you as you carry on in your journey. So you can take from their milk and you can use whatever you want.

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The process on says Lee Sabina had your twin ilardi Malik, WA Namik we have no need. I have no need.

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Then at this moment, he decides to make a request this man he realizes he says for Alef to a new home or McCann will no care no lotion is I know this person is supported by Allah and the he's gonna have a big affair this this person is gonna have a lot of dominance. He said, I just realized that. So he makes a request. He makes a request. What is this request?

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We'll find out probably next year.

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Probably next year, right? Because next weekend, we have the conference. So maybe we'll find out Inshallah, the request of Soraka was next year. So we'll stop here in sha Allah Azza Coronavirus Allah Messina Muhammad Ali Salam so don't forget your next week we'll have the conference

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again I definitely recommend that each one comes hopefully inshallah we'll find some beneficial interesting in our stuff the things that we can benefit from questions

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we can take a few questions

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I will answer it next year inshallah.

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boss was

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already is nobody get it

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right and

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even the people

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don't realize

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what is

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the disadvantage of what

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ye does management?

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Because you mean the man who was metal

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More Selma and he started to help her go to

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if somebody

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hit him, Oh, okay.

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No, no, no, you don't hit him, and the person tries to pass in front of you. You stop him. You stop him three times if he insists to, you know, pass in front of you. That's where the prophet of Islam says, fight. Okay? So but you have to push him respectfully. Some people push really in a very offensive way. Some people just passing by didn't pay attention. And someone really pushes them hard. It shouldn't be the case.

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No, no, no, basically, as I said, it's, I would say it's a very rare case where someone would insist to pass in front of you. That's number one. Number two, you should choose where you pray guys as well. That's an important thing when you pray sunnah. Especially when the masjid is busy, let's say, oh, it's Friday Juma people, you know, pray by the door.

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How common like if there's, there's a way people are leaving the masjid

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doesn't suddenly have to be the door anywhere where you feel there's a lot of traffic or there's traffic, people need to get out. Some people have work they have to go to. So make sure that you pray in an appropriate spot number two, when you pray or sooner you have to have something in front of you. Sutra. You pray to like a poll like this. You pray to one of these green

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wooden things there. You pray to the wall. Don't pray with leave it open in front of you. You have to have a sutra. Once there's a sutra. People can just pass beyond that. Unless you'd be okay.

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Yeah, yes, yes, absolutely. Yeah. Obviously, you shouldn't pass in front of someone who's praying. Yes. Yeah. Well, we're not going to expound on this though. Yeah.

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The kids of the kids, as I said, are below six and seven should be okay. Should be okay. If you can stop them gently, fine. If not, then because sometimes, especially with the kids, they're going to go back and forth. So you're not going to pray. You're going to stop them every time. If you see that just sort of tune out of their movement. And focus on your Salah. Yeah, yeah. Some scholars say if it's a child, probably you might need to get closer to the wall. So they pass from your back or something. But most likely no. Like, if you can generally just stop them. Fine. If they don't figure it out. They're just going to walk around leave them. Yeah. Yeah, the most important thing is your

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focus in your Salah. Don't lose it. Yeah.

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Fannia theny Umatilla?

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No, no, Fanny, if Nene is the prophets of Salaam. He's one of two. That's what he means. He's one of two. Fanny if Nene the Houma fella if the Oreo saw him Elijah has an in Allah mana. doesn't talk about Allah talks about the prophets. Now.

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Okay, there's a historical narration. Yes, there was a spider web. And there was a pigeon, who just laid two eggs. This is a historical narration. We can't know if it's true or not, we just can't know.

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Yeah, it's mentioned in the books of Syria.

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I didn't mention it because some people think, Oh, this has to be a lie. Right. But we don't know. It's a lie or not. It's yeah, it's it's mentioned some of the books of zero. It's mentioned without a chain of narration without isnaad. So we'd say if it happened happened, if it didn't happen was what's the big deal there. But the problem is some some people like give this spider a very special place in Islam just because of that No.

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Or pigeon No. Doesn't have any significance if it were true.

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Bass mentions the story. Even though I bass bass at this time, probably maybe, maybe he wasn't even born. So he's narrating the story from someone else. So it could be from the prophets or Salam could be from his father Abbas. It could be from someone, but since he narrated it, and it was acknowledged by the Companions, we know it was some sort of a common knowledge

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witness to

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the ship in Hadith about

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notice there's not there's never changed it's still not in the middle of the Arabian Peninsula nudged

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okay, no worries any questions

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with madman Talia

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he eventually became Muslim. Yes, this man who helped almost Salama of man who would not have ignored butala He eventually became Muslim. Yeah. eventually became.

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Yes, yes. Yeah. Yeah.

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Because he's from Benu Abdi darwino de dar they were they were the people who held the key of Aqaba

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it's a bliss Satan himself yeah for the bigger fears Yeah

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Can you speak up

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rewards of his son,

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not from the sun, he's going to take similar reward

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now you will get the good things but not necessarily the bad things. Yes, because you don't have sin be Marchesa tahina,

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each self is going to be held accountable for its own sins. But if a person

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raises his son to be very bad, but he teaches him the bad things, whatever bad things the Son does, that he learned from the Father, and are caused by the father, his father will be held accountable.

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Yeah, so if you contribute to something bad you obviously whether a father or not, you're gonna get a share of that? Yes. Okay, just want to speak again about the conference. So I really think it's important, some people might not have these problems or, but a lot of our youth have a lot of doubts about Islam. Sometimes they speak and they express that, but oftentimes, they don't express that, because they don't want to have an argument with the parent. They want. They don't want the parents to get concerned and start chasing them and checking their phone and checking their

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laptop, and, and so on, and so forth, and don't want to get in so much trouble. But yes, there's a lot of doubts around they hear a lot of stuff in schools and universities, from their friends from their peers, it's very cool now to be what they call, you know, a theist, someone who doesn't just believe there's God but doesn't believe in any religion, or to be agnostic, don't believe in anything at all, or atheist, etc. It's very cool now, so it's very common, and it's widespread, and Muslim youth are being affected by that, whether we like it or not, are being affected. So

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there will be a lot of advice to the youth about how to generally approach these things and how to do with them, and to the families. Because when a when a child grows in a healthy family, they feel loved, appreciated, and they really have like, a lot of warmth in the family. Usually they are immune. Usually they are immune to a lot of these issues because they have a sense of belonging and identity with the family. But when there is issues when the child does not doesn't get on well with their parents or they've been traumatized or they think they've been mistreated, unappreciated, etc, they actually a lot of the external influence start to impact them. So there's a there will be a lot

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of stuff should about these things and about how to deal with them. And about the early signs red flags, if you see them there might be actually you know, early signs of thing of things getting worse. So it's good actually to educate ourselves about these issues about these signs and how to deal with them. It's a I think it's very important, it's extremely important to to learn these things. So this is what the conference generally speaking will be about. And the people were speaking the conference, they deal with these issues almost on a daily basis. So they're speaking from experience inshallah. So everyone's invited your families bring your families people you know,

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as well other people, other parents. If you can, I would say just spread the word and let them know about this. Hopefully Inshallah, if one person benefits inshallah you will get the reward for that. So

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the conference will

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