Life Of The Prophet 17

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AI: Summary © The upcoming return of the Prophet sallal and the return of the Moore and Moore's son are important themes for the upcoming return of the Prophet. The importance of being a decent person and not just a good person is emphasized. The history of Islam is discussed, including the use of pictures and words to describe events, the importance of staying true to Islam, and the importance of avoiding overestimating reality. The importance of being aware of the culture and not giving up is emphasized. The conversation also touches on the importance of not jumping into a new culture and being honest in one's speech. The upcoming Halacha event is mentioned as a place for peace and reconciliation.
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and then him that he learned how to who want to stay in or want to still feel when I will do bIllahi min surely and phocoena will see you at Medina but you had to hit Allahu Allah medulla who made your blood for their head yellow or shadow Allah Allah Allah Allahu Allahu la sharika What should I do Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa aalihi wa salam to slim and cathedra and my bad, just a consultation for the Halacha so inshallah next hour this Monday,

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Asha will be pushed to eight o'clock the karma will be pushed to eight o'clock. So the question is, do we have the Halaqaat after a shower?

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Which is going to be roughly from 830 to 930? Or shall we start the helicopter before a shower one hour before a shower at seven o'clock.

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We noticed that people, it's easier for people to come for a shower and stay for the Halacha

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that's what happens. Because for someone to be at home and say, let me come for the Halacha it's an it's a little bit. They call this activation effort.

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It's a lot of activation effort to get there. But for a shirt people usually find it easier to come and they it's easier than to stay for the Halacha so by still it's open that's just an observation. So who prefers for the Halacha to start before Asia one hour before seven o'clock who prefers Can you put your hands up?

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Poor I can see them halfway doesn't count

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okay so who prefers that it's after Isha?

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No, no no from from my angle it's more the after a show after the show

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again after the show put your hands up let me see the regular ones because the counts of the regular ones are more weighty.

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Okay, so, I will actually inshallah we will get to change it then.

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So, but that means next week, the pot luck will be a bit late,

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but should be alright, inshallah shouldn't be alright. Hello. So we will actually I really thought when I thought before it was shot, I thought we'll just put it before the shot. But then I when brother has made the announcement I thought we should really see as well what is

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so I hope everyone would be able to come and shall everyone anyone, anyway comes for Asia. So hopefully inshallah we'll do after Russia and could keep the Halacha maybe 45 minutes, so it doesn't stay late, inshallah does not come along.

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So the leave the head towards Medina, but they take the unusual way, which is the Coastal Way. And we mentioned that someone started chasing them, the bounty hunter and his name was

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Surah Cutchogue, nomadic Soraka to economic recovery, Allahu anhu, who would inshallah later on become a companion who would become a companion of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, so he was chasing them, and we said he was chasing them. Then

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he sort of got stuck in the sand.

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And he cast the lats to see whether he should pursue them more, or just give up on that. And the result he got was to give up on his attempts. Yet he ignored that and he kept chasing them a few times until he got really stuck in the sand and he said to himself, direct to an aha moment. surana so I realized that these people Muhammad and his companion robocall the Allahu Anhu and probably with them was some narrations indicate was amor Ibnu for Hira was amor Ibnu for hayleigh, who is the shepherd of Abu Bakr radiallahu anhu. But also some other narrations indicate there was a fourth person with them, who is the guide, Abdullah

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Abdullah. All right. So it seems that there were four people. So

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then when we saw Raka, Malik realized there was no chance I could catch up with them. So he says to Mohamed Salah salami says, A hell of you will be my camels on my sheep. So you guys now he's he's, he's, he's being nice, as he realized he lost all hope in catching them and all the bounty that was set to catch them. He started you know, taking it nicely with them. And he said, Oh Muhammad ahead of you, you will find my camels on my sheep. I know you guys are traveling have a long journey ahead of you. So I'll give you permission to use whatever you want. If you need. Good if you need milk, if you need support, help, my shepherds are ahead of you. You guys just tell them that I give you

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permission to provinces and says we have no need for that. We have no need for your support. We don't need it.

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And they move on so so raka Malik requests something for the prophet and he said give me something. Give me something. The prophets are Salam. On the spot commands Amarillo FIRA to write something. Write something for Soraka Abdul Malik something special. And what he wrote for him was the two bracelets of Kisara the king of Persia.

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That's like that time by average standards nonsensical.

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You're being chased out of Mecca. And you're promising me the bracelets of gissler is just like you promised someone, the

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the golf

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cap of

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what's his name?

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Donald Trump.

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It's similar to that. It is similar to that. Why are you being chased out of your homeland?

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So the Prophet SAW Selim, gets out of it right that agreement for him and then

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He says whatever you want, I'll do it for you. Oh Muhammad the Prophet was I'm still sells him called Fana, polyp Kofa. And love polyp. That means, you know, to live a normal life to go through life, go through the difficulty. You cannot with your pure righteousness, make your business work.

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You have to figure out how business is done.

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You cannot through sheer luck or

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support from Allah subhanaw taala. Just expect because you're righteous things should work for you just like that without you taking any measurements or following any means. This is not how Islam works. It's not how Islam works. Previously, I shared with you something from the Muslim history. During the time when the Soviet Union more than 100 years ago took over a lot of Eastern Europe, a lot of these Muslim countries actually these were Muslim countries, like Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and all these countries.

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I think it was part of Tajikistan

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when the Soviets were actually marching to take over that major city there, and the scholars of that some of the scholars worshipers actually of that land, they said, Some people said let's take up arms and defend ourselves to the death and others just, you know, fled the country. Some of those righteous people said no, the way to defeat those is by seeking Allah's help and what was their plan? They sat in the masjid they started recite, reading say hell Bukhari

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that says, historical fact.

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Thinking that the blessings of soil Bukhari is gonna repel the enemy.

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And that's a corrupt understanding. That's corrupt understand the process and teaches us when a man asked him about a camel for his camel, you know, in order to keep your camel still and not not, you know, allowing it to escape. You need to tie it.

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So, the man came to the Prophet and he had this kind of dynamic, he said, Do I tie the camel? Or do I put my trust in Allah as if there were these were mutually exclusive, they don't go together. The prophets of salaam told him a very beautiful prophetic instruction and tell her what what can tie up your camel and put your trust in Allah. That's how it works. So part of you is physical, you have to live in the physical world, and follow the laws that govern this universe. And in your heart, spiritually, you don't depend on these means you depend on the creator of these means and that Allah subhanaw taala. That's how to work with NGOs. And that's what the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did. So

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ALLAH SubhanA, Allah did not support him by sheer miracles. But when you do everything you can, and then you sort of stuck. That's the time when miracles, more desert and karamat come about.

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So Allah gives miracles to prophets and messengers, and Allah also gives miracles that we call karamat. To some righteous people, when they are sincere with Allah subhanaw taala. And there are, there are Kurama that are known in the Muslim history documented, but these are personal, or personal. Some people quote these karamat and these miracles, and they start to show them as a way of life.

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And say, you know, as if you can live your life based on color, Matt, this doesn't happen. This doesn't happen, color match our personal, we should be careful when we share them that this is a personal story. It's a personal story.

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And the prophets are Salam. He taught us an authentic hadith. He says in the law, your Hibou either Pamela had to come and Milan and new to Kenya, that Allah loves that one of you engages in anything that they do it well.

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If you're going to do something, do it. Well. That's that's what the Prophet SAW Selim prescribed for us, that that's what Allah loves. Doing a patchy job is not really what Islam teaches us. Just going through the motions of anything, is not what Islam teaches us.

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When you do something, put your heart in it.

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Do your best, do everything you can.

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That's how we are supposed to approach things in our lives, whether it's personal issues, Business Studies, marriage, raising kids, work, relationships.

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Charity, any kind of project you have in Allah Hibou either Camila Hadoken nutropin. Allah loves if you do something that you do it well. That's not perfectionism. Perfectionism is a disease.

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Perfectionism is a disease if I don't do it, perfect. I'm not going to do it. And you end up doing nothing or very little

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That's an that's a that's a mental issue and needs fixing.

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But doing well is doing everything you can not perfect.

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Doing everything you can well if you if you reach perfection hamdulillah if you don't, you've done your best, you've done your best

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so the Prophet salallahu alayhi salam moves on travels with Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Akbar. And obviously with them was these other two people I'm opening for Hara and Abdullah Abner. All right. So on the way they need this shepherd who has sheep,

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they come across this man, they greet him. And they now they're hungry. They run out of run out to food run out of water and they want something to eat or drink. So the ask the man do you have any milk is a shepherd. So usually shepherds offer? You know, travelers milk, sometimes data or water? Do you have any milk says look at my sheep. Like there's no milk in my sheep. There's only this goat that gave birth a few months back but run out of milk. There's no milk in it. Have you can get anything out of it. Go ahead. Give it a try. The provinces RMC says you allow me to deal with it? He says yeah, go ahead. The prophets of Allah makes up on it. Then he milks it and it produces milk.

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That's a blessing from Allah subhanaw taala. It produces some of the prophecy lamb fills the bowl. And then he gives a Bobak to La Jolla, la chemin. And he says, I asked her about Allah, Who are you something he's never seen, something is never seen such a beautiful demeanor from a man like this. Like the Prophet sallallahu Sallam so kind, so like, beautiful and his character, he approaches him in a very respectful, beautiful way. And then he sees the blessing and the miracle in front of his eyes. Now the goat has milk, when just the same day or just before that it had nothing.

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And then the Prophet SAW Salem being first in being a traveler, and he could see he could tell the professor who was the leader among those, yet he doesn't drink himself. So he offers that man at home offers his companions Abubaker and his companions, then he offers the man then he himself drinks.

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He says, Bill, I like him and so the prophets Allah, Allah Allah.

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He says, look at her polish. He says probably you're the polish the guy from Croatia, the man from Calabash, Alladhina, Kowloon Anna who saw a bit that they claimed that he is an apostate saw a bit, someone who left the religion of his forefathers. So they say that you're a post they did. The Prophet saw some look at the process was such an it's such a, I mean, it's such a deep wound in the heart of the Prophet Islam that he was called an apostate, a charlatan a liar, a poet, etc. Right? But this stranger, he doesn't have any reservation to share with the prophets of salaam, the room as he heard about the Prophet salallahu Salam, and he says the word itself which is quite, you know,

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offensive.

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He said, He says bleh Allah, Who are you asked about Allah, who are you? Who are you? Then he says, perhaps you are the guy from Quraysh that they call sabot apostate, the prophets of salaam smiles and he says in the home layer hold on Alec. The program says yes, indeed. They said that about me. So the Prophet says that I'm took it so like nicely, so innocently. Yes, indeed. That's what they say. So the man says a shadow can be I testify you're a messenger, you're a prophet. There's no way this doesn't happen to any normal men doesn't happen to any normal man. Send them the prophecies and explain to him what Islam is. So he takes his shahada take the shahada shadowline lush them handles

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hula then he says oh Messenger of Allah, I want to follow you I want to join you the prophets of salaam says Lisa that No, not yet. Not yet stay here for either submitted Tabby and near the hello to Phil has been since then if you hear about me that I have established myself and have gained power and dominance you come and join us the prophets wa Salam is careful careful and concerned about the safety of such people.

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The President process elements concerned for the safety of that man he yes believed but I'm not going to throw you in danger just because you you followed me you accepted the truth. Stay here all you know about Islam is assured to Allah Allah Allah Allah. I don't know how that also Allah that's all you know about Islam. Stay here.

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Stay here. That's it. When you hear about me you join me. You've saved yourself from the Hellfire become a Muslim Now sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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finds that tent.

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Now the description of that woman they see a woman there. So I'm going to go

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read the Arabic is very powerful. I don't think the English can convey that but I'll try my best. So they find

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a moment but a Hosea, a woman, she's known as Omona. But Hosea from Casa what can at bottom zetten jilda, cannot Barza bursa and the Arabic language is a woman who is more manly than average woman.

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She's strong, physically strong woman, she mixes with men, she deals with men. But she's not very soft. And she's not attractive, so attractive to a woman that there would develop some desire towards her. She's very strong woman, and she deals with men. So she and these are the Abaza. This was common among the Arabs, woman was called Barraza. In the sense she was more of a strong woman who could take care of herself and her family, she would do manly tasks, masculine tasks should be physically strong as well. And these women, as in some of the Arab dictionaries, they used to show their, their arms, they don't have a problem with that, and sometimes their hair would show but

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these are not women who would offer themselves to men.

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So these were dignified women, dignified women, but the lifestyle was it was a bit rough.

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So she was that type of woman but as it changes the agenda is very strong and resilient. Tabby befinner Oba through matters display, she was sort of squatting she was seated down. And she used to offer food and snacks for the travelers. What can I Oh mama

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for Aloha lemon water Milan. So they asked for whether she has meat or she has dates. They can buy an E and feed themselves. Fella muesli bow in the Hershey and medallic but she had run out of all of this. There's nothing would have to sell now. What kind of Oh mom, Molina Musa teen and the people of that time in that area. They were like sort of. It's an Arabic expression. They were says they were sticking to the sand. Basically, they were

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bankrupt. There was nothing. There was nothing to offer with them. Most 19 It was a year of drought. There was no they had nothing they haven't stored so much for another Rasulullah is salam ala Shatin fee, kiss thrill Hamer. So the prophets of salaam looks around in the tent, and he finds a small sheep. That's where the story comes in. A small sheep right there and it was a sick sheep a weak sheep. So the Prophet SAW Selim says she says I have nothing the prophets of salaam says Maha the Chateau Yama. And but what is this? What about that? Sheep.

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So she says Chateau Khalifa. And

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she's saying basically this is a small sheep that it's so tired that it was left behind the other sheep that went out for grazing while I stayed here, it couldn't even go with the rest of the sheep for Cara Salas and on behalf and lemon and could we find any milk in it?

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He had had a woman that actually says no, it's too tired too exhausted too sick too often you anything

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that's so awesome. If any

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do you give me permission that I milk it and this is like sugar coated talking about bar let's be heavy into on me. She says that's an Arabic expression as well. My my father, my my parents be a sacrifice for you. It's just sometimes it's said with respect. Sometimes it's said with sarcasm. So

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So then she said, aw, her husband. If you can get milk out of it, go ahead. Give it a try. For the IBM Rasulullah saw certain porcelain gets ahold of it for Mr. Hubbard I have yet so he sort of rubs over it.

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With some Allah azza wa jal he names Allah Subhan Allah mentions the name of Allah Allah Hafiz Shani, he made that effort generally he does not wish to read all of a sudden you can see that this sheep was started to be full of milk. So it was ready to be mocked for the carabiner he asks for some kind of container. You're a ueberroth, a big container. That is enough for about 10 people to drink from it and to their fill.

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For halibut. He has a gin the profits of Santa milks, it's fresh milk, so much had to either hold back until the form surfaced over the milk from masa Hatter, then he offers the milk first to the woman.

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The women are more mad that he offers her the milk

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What's the cause harbor who and then he offers the milk to his companions from machete by FIRA whom then he drinks the last from arabo

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And then they had a second round of drinking a second round of drinking all of them from Halliburton. So he milked it to a first time they took two rounds.

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Then the then the container was empty, the Proffesor milks it again, and he fills that container. Then he leaves it with Oh my bud

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and then he leaves.

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Now then ration indicates before he leaves, she takes her shahada, she becomes a Muslim. And then he he leaves.

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So what does that show?

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That shows something about the Prophet SAW, Selim reminds me of the verse where he said no millennium and he said, Mr. Lawson, talks about him. He says, Would you tell on a mobile I can enter my account. And Allah made me bless it wherever I may be, wherever I go, and bless it. The prophets, I send them everywhere he went, he created a powerful positive impression. And it wasn't fake. It wasn't fake. It wasn't manufactured. It was his natural states, that he would create a positive impression with people why? Because he acted from his heart, he was genuine.

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He was spontaneous, he was natural. And this is the magic that Allah puts in people when they act from their heart is why they are

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so the profit center moves on and they carry on in their journey

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they the shepherd the man comes back home and it turns out he's the husband of the woman

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that was a boomer but she's almost mad but

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he comes back home

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so the narration goes Mallaby that if John as a boomer but yeah, so Amazon Jeff Jeff and

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shortly after

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her husband Omar bird comes back home and he's dragging his skinny goats

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yet to say What can a husband and the the the that's a very funny expression like the bones of the of the goats are squeaking because there's no flesh there's no fat

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so there's sort of squeaking like their their bones are creating that sound as they work

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for them ah, Obama but the lemon when Obama but looks and he sees a container full of milk

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and he's He's surprised. Then he says to his wife, he asks me Aina Harada was shattered, visible hand he says, What did you get this milk from when you all you have is this sheep that is sick and has no milk?

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Whether Hello butterfill bait and there's no other sheep here. Allah Allah. She says By Allah, Allah and Muhammad Robina Raju on Mobile UK, a man a blessed man passed by us

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she started describing him

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talking about him so husband says Sophie Healy Omega describe him to me now something resonates right. There's something happening that he saw someone and he feels there's something of this of the same type happening to his wife.

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Describe him to me, Allah, Tala, Tulum, VA here on Wahba I saw a man with such a bright face, exceptionally bright face

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a bloody wedge, his face is so radiant

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has an unhealthy so complete and perfect in his makeup, physical makeup. There's nothing wrong about him. Everything is just right about who he is.

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When I'm physically be, he is Salah,

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and his body is so balanced and he doesn't have a Salah, Salah and the Arabic language, you know, when the belly sticks out, that's solid, this is solid, and he doesn't have this. So he's perfect in his

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physical, you know, structure.

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So those who say among the herbs there's, there's been a statement that a belly is a sign of status that shows this is fake. And the Arabic culture a belly is not a good sign.

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We're seeing a theme was seems so handsome or seem symmetrical.

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symmetrical, and by the way today in

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plastic surgery.

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I remember reading a couple of years ago, one of the leading plastic surgeons. He talks about, you know what really the distinctions are differences between handsome face and other faces. And he says it's not a big it's sometimes an issue of millimeters.

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And he says the real secret about being handsome is having symmetry and your facial hair

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Hair

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features symmetry and that's what a seam in the Arabic language so the Prophet SAW Selim was handsome, and his face was symmetrical

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fee that ajan his eyes are so black, whereas the white in his eyes is so white. So his eyes are so clear. We're fee a fairy he up fun and his eyelashes are long

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and sort of turning upwards and downwards you know it's that kind of shape of the eyelashes that is coveted by all women. This is why they use

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artificial eyelashes.

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As a joke

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vs fairy here active on Wi Fi is salty he is alone and in his voice, there is depth and clarity. Solid there is depth in his voice and clarity.

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Wi Fi or an OBE, Suppan and his neck is taller than average. His neck is taller than average. And this is by the way, these are descriptions that are the top among the Arabs, especially at that time.

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With the Yeti, he Katha he has a thick beard, so much hair thickness in his beard.

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As a Jew, a Quran as a Jew, a Quran as edge. Basically his eyelashes are very well defined.

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Very well defined and they form a bow

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or Quran. They are connected in the middle.

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in somewhat of a hurry, he'll walk out. If he is silent, there is a beautiful presence about him. There is this sense of all around him aura around him.

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We're INTERCAL lemma Sama, hula, Hula, hula. And if he speaks all of a sudden you see Majesty in his face.

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And you mellow Nursey What about her home in bed? The most beautiful and attractive person if you look at him from a distance, where I send a woman Kareem and so handsome when he approaches and you see him at a close distance

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hold women back his speech is so sweet. Firstly, Faslane. He speaks so straightforward he's so to the point learn another learner learn other hola However, neither his words are short. Neither they are too many. He's right to the point and his speech is balanced. Can naman pika who heard that in a minute had done when he speaks his speech flows like the beads falling 111 piece at a time you know when it breaks when you when you break or your you break the beads? What happens? The beads start falling one after the other in a sequence he's she says this is how his words flow so beautifully and nicely.

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Our baton his middle height Alaba labor pool. He's not too tall

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is neither too tall when I talk to him who are you know, Milk Thistle. And he's nor is he short? Where you see him less than others. He's right. He's just his height is just right.

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Almost none Boehner was nine he was like a beautiful branch with two other branches around him. So she was speaking about two people who were with him.

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Well who were and little fella 30 Mandala among the three people he's the most beautiful. What I saw no one called Ron he has the highest status.

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The who forgot or Forca or you have fauna b He He has companions who take well care of him they stay around him.

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In Carla on SatoLA cola. If he speaks they listen.

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We're in Amara Tabasco Illa Umbra if he commands the rush to fulfill his command,

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my Fudan Massoud. He's a person to be obeyed by everyone. You just feel this, this kind of submission to his command immediately. That's what she means.

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will be soon. Well, I'm telling you don't have a frown on his face or anything that is off putting

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Allah Abu Muhammad, when he heard this description, her husband had this description. He says, Hello Allah he saw what a lady the Queen Alana Emery, he's wala he the man of polish that was mentioned to us. Then he says what?

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There's nothing I can get from him. But it's just that connection and that love for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala so the prophets of salaam was this kind of person was this kind of person who would have this beautiful presence now on the way they would meet actually some people they would meet some people and the prophets of Allah made sure that everything like their identity remained unidentified. Just in case just in case you don't know you meeting random people you don't know who they are maybe the hunting for the Prophet SAW Salem and Abu Bakr Lula I know.

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So they met one person, and the person recognizable back and he says, yeah, we'll work on what you hear. He said I'm just making a trip to Medina. He says and who's with you? He doesn't know the prophets awesome. He's never seen Muhammad sighs and the relationship says cannibal but crunchy Honmaru fun. What can I Mohamed Salah Salem Shaban. The narration says Abu Bakr was like an old man, a chef. And then there's an old man's as an old man, where the prophet Salam was a young man. But the process of Salaam is older than He's two years older than Abu Bakr. But our backer was very active, socially active. And he was known because he used to do a lot of business. He was known to

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many people outside of MK as we previously referred to when he was making immigration to

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it was making immigration to abyssea Someone met him ignored Darina and he stopped him. So Abu Bakr was known all around the Arabian Peninsula, a lot of people knew me, he has relationships, he had business, and so on and so forth. So the man or someone who's this man with you, the Abubaker is under the impression is following the plan. We're not going to expose anything about ourselves, even to people we trust and know. So he says, who's this with you? He says in the who had in Yardeni, Tarik, he says he's a guide, who's showing me the way he's showing me the way. And he's, he told the truth, because the problem shows him the way to Paradise. But the man understood another meaning,

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which is the physical meaning. And that's what we call in Islam. Here's the Phil comes in, which we call Atari, Pong using Pong,

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Atari. Sometimes people say, Oh, I had to lie, or it's a white lie. Well, Islam, you don't have to lie, you can always use pun pun is a statement that has double meaning.

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So apparently, a person is going to understand one meaning based on the context, but you don't you don't intend that you intend another meaning? That's what Abubaker the Allahu Anhu used here. He said in the who had any dinner party. He's a guide who's showing me my way.

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And that made so much sense. And also it kept their, you know, secret, the secret nature of their trip, they move on, and they meet another one. But this man doesn't know any of them. So he says Men Men will own the Arabs like this. When they find someone on the street. They have to get to know each other. They have to see if you need something, checking on each other. Manual comb. Where are the people from? That's their style. Where are the people from manual comb?

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Follow a Prophet SAW Selim says mean Matt. We all from Matt. Matt is water is water. And the there was a tribe that time called map. The name of that tribe was Matt. So the man thoughts, okay, they were from that tribe. So he just let it go. But the prophets are meant for math. We were created from water because all creatures as Allah Subhan Allah says

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that, that He created everything from water. So that's what the prophet is an immense but the man understood something else and the problem knows about it. This is called a terrarium in the Arabic language, and it's halal, it's Helen, but abusing it could be problematic and could lead to lying.

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But in principle, it is hella.

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So the prophets of Solomon overcome they went through so many stations on the way and the profitable and by the way, although he left Metka but he wasn't like so happy that he left my Kia upon leaving Mecca the prophets of salaam tend to Mecca and he said, Well, Allah Hida aunty will be in LA he la Kobe says you are the most beloved dearest land piece of land on Earth to my heart. Well Hola, nicomachea Hola Jun Amon Kima college. And they had it not been for the fact that your people your inhabitants, kicked me out chased me out of you, I would never have left you.

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So the problem shows his love for Mecca.

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But now the Prophet salallahu Salam was moving towards Yathrib which was known mainly as Yathrib at the time and later on became more known as El Medina.

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So the Prophet SAW Selim, he actually said I'm going to be creating kulula Your own etheric while Medina

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10 fineness aka uniphyl ki Robertson Hadith, the process I was commanded to migrate to

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a city that is that eats all other cities basically it dwarfs all other cities

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and overcomes all other cities. They call it EF rib, where he el Medina and it is Medina 10 fee NASA can my infill Kiyohara habitat Hadith, it pushes away bad people, evil people out of it, just as the pillows of the blacksmith push away the impurities from the iron when it's heated.

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So there's a few Hadith from the prophets of salaam that Medina actually kicks out bad people out of it. They can't stay in it for long.

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This is why one of the scholars who lived in Medina and he had to travel to another city and he was so hesitant to do that. He says I'm afraid I'm afraid that hadith might be applying to me. Wherever Medina was kicking me out of it. Now the people in Medina Muslims in Medina,

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which was now set, the Muslims became sort of a majority or a very big minority in Medina, very big sizable minority. In Medina, they were expecting the Prophet of Islam to come at any time. So after that time, the prophets of salaam arrives in Medina in the outskirts of Medina, to the south of Medina.

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And there was no one watching for him.

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They had already gone. But there was one of the Jewish people of Arabia, the Jews of Arabia at the time when we lived in Medina. He was on one of their

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fortress fortresses because the the Jewish in Medina lived in fortresses.

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They lived in fortresses, that did not trust other people. And they kept them they kept to themselves lived in closed communities. So he was on top of one of the walls and he's seen these people of Medina have been waiting for a few days and they're expecting someone and everyone that's that's the speech in Medina someone is going to come he's a prophet. He's a messenger. So everyone has heard about the news. That's the general talk in Medina. So he sees that and out of excitement somehow he just says, Yeah, my shovel out of here that documentary tentatively, Ron, he just got excited. But he doesn't realize that he's not going to this excitement is not going to last for

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long. So he says Jorge, you are ofs. This is the man or this your leader that you are waiting for he's just come and people rush out of their houses like a flood. They meet the Prophet salallahu Salam

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outside of Medina, now something happened before arriving in Medina as the Prophet of Islam was on the way. He meets a caravan from Croatia. But these were good people from college. We're not opposed to the Prophet SAW Selim. Among them was Zubayr of Nila one as well. Now one of the Allah one who was a Muslim, he was a Muslim. Now as Uberman awam.

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He is the cousin of the Prophet SAW Selim Mati the, the his his mother is the aunt of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam.

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And he was also related to Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu. Anyone knows how

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Yes, he's married, married to a Smith. He's Abubaker son in law. So he's married to asthma. All the Allahu Ana. So he was coming from a sham. They were in a business caravan trade caravan. And he was he used to sell clothes.

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So on the way he had already purchased two gifts for Abu Bakr on the prop Solomon he, he had no clue that they were making Hyjal but he made them just before they arrived in Medina and he gave each one of them a thought or comics and new comics. That's before arriving in Medina.

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So

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So the Prophet SAW Selim, as soon as he arrives in the outskirts of Medina, he doesn't go straight into Medina. He decides not to go to Medina. He goes to a small Oba why

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Muslims and we don't know maybe there are threats. So what we shouldn't go right away in the middle of Medina. Let's start to figure it out before Move, move, move in good points. He was

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some people knew he knew in the area. Well, that would be a good explanation, but he actually had

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no people there specifically.

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Yeah.

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Some of the L some of the Muslims who migrated to Medina were there yes. But that's not necessarily a strong reason to stay in. M Koba.

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Let me see someone who hasn't put their hand up yet.

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No, it has nothing to do with the two directions of Qiblah. Okay, let me try to give some points give you one more chance here

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has nothing to do with that, as far as I know. Okay. Basically, you're coming to a new place.

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You're coming to a new place. And that place already has this kind of, you don't know the dynamics of how Medina works. You don't know. So instead of just jumping right in, it's good to get close. And then from a distance study Medina and understand the dynamics.

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You don't know the political system in Medina. You don't know the power balance in Medina yet you don't know.

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There was already a plan in Medina to appoint Abdullah ignore by evening saloon as the king over Medina, who was supposed to solve their feuds, their continuous feuds and, and wars among Alcindor Cassatt. So they agreed on him to bring reconciliation and peace in the in Medina. So they agreed to appoint him as the King crown him as the king. And that was very eminent was very soon. So the Prophet SAW Selim realized that it would be such a strong move to go right into Medina. So he wanted to incrementally move into Medina. So it's doesn't make for a shock to those who are unhappy about him being in Medina.

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Doing it gradually, incrementally, and that's part of this one of the prophets of salaam which is called a riff, a riff, the Prophet SAW, Selim says,

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in the law of

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Allah is

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a fake, and he loves the riff. Surah ref is usually translated as kindness, gentleness, yes. But a great part of lift is incremental ism. gradualism. You don't do things all at once you take it one step at a time, you go about things, you go into things slowly, you don't jump right in, you don't jump right in this is how with relationships.

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You don't meet someone for the first time and all of a sudden, you know, break all the walls. And it's an informal relationship. And you're tapping all Oh, straight away, you're tapping on the person's back. And you already get them to pay for your food. And you already you know, but ask them to borrow their car, right? You don't do that happens over time. As you build a relationship, the same thing that profits are sudden realize this is a place we're going to settle in, is a place where Islam is going to grow. So there's already a political system that there's already a social system there. We don't want to disrupt it like that. We want to understand it, figure it out, and

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then see when the time is right, we'll move in and we move in will make this smooth without causing any backlash. Any,

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you know, issue surely this has gone straight into Medina.

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Hundreds of 1000s if not millions of people were killed, millions were displaced, and so on so forth. For the sake of one person not giving up his his position, right? Well, it's much more than that. There's much more politics, there's much more dirty stuff there. But that's an important factor that humans when they hold on to power, they don't want to let go. They'll kill people. They don't mind. They'll annihilate nations, they don't care as long as they hold on to their position. That's how humans are unfortunately. So the prop sort of knows this. So people would do dirty things that send people to assassinate the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to call the Prophet sighs or to do

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some kind of damage to the Prophet and wants to get into Medina del Fong to Medina slowly that was a wise thing to do from the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam

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now and we will see what happens because as the Prophet SAW Selim reaches Medina there's a lot of running around in Medina happening. There's a lot of talk in Medina taking place. So one of them is this man who was a slave

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and he was on top of the tree palm tree. He was fixing the dates there.

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And his master was down on the ground. The cousin of his master comes to him and he says he wishes speaking in an alarming voice he says cartel Allahu Benny Lila May Allah destroy these children of de la Karina is one of the grandmothers great grandmothers of the people in media the Arabs in Medina, May Allah destroy them Allah fight them

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In non law misdemeanor owner, Roger lineal, and your coluna, and now gonna be, they are gathered around a man that they claim he's a prophet.

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So that slave when he hears this, he can't hold himself. He climbs down so quickly. And he asks, because of his master, what did he just say?

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Now he's a slave. He's not supposed to behave in that way, like you don't get into this business. You just do your own work, right? So his master punches him right in the face. And he says, Well, my shadow can be had

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nothing to do with that. It's none of your business.

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He says, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. He couldn't hold himself back. I'm sorry. I just thought I heard him say something I just wanted to verify, go back to work of electronic that he goes and fixes the dates, but he catches the piece of news. He catches the piece of news. So

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this young slave,

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when it was nighttime, he has some time on his hands. So he sneaks out and he goes to Oba. He's Medina, he goes to Cuba. And he searches he finds the new companies hears about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And this story now is from Sophia.

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Sophia is the daughter of her

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husband, Tom is one of the leaders of the Jewish tribes, the main leaders in the Jewish tribes. And

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it's him and his brother, Abril Heiser,

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who are the leaders.

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So she says,

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among my, my siblings, my father loves me the most when he sees me, he just rushes to me and gives me this hug and this cuddle and he kisses me. It says, My Uncle loves me as much as my dad does, does. My Uncle loves me more than his own children. Every time they see me, they just rushed to me and they give me this beautiful smile and they all this love. So she said, One day I saw my uncle Oberhauser coming to my father and he says,

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you know, there's someone who came just came from MCC, and he claims to be a prophet.

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He says really

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does go and see him be gone check him up.

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She said I've never seen them as serious as they were on that day.

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The the goal a while short while after they come back, and the concede they are depressed, fully depressed.

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So and I rushed to them as usual, because they usually welcome me and I like sort of stand in the way and extend my arms.

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And they turn away from me and they keep walking. Ignore me completely. They depress the so consumed. They couldn't even pay attention to this girl, the girl they love. Then she said, Now her uncle's asking her father

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a Hua Hua is it he said the guy the man

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is is Muhammad Allah He know. He says yes for Allah Indeed, it is him

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who will live up to Mina is he is the one mentioned in our Scripture. He is indeed

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Jesus from El amor, what are you going to do?

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Carla either what to whom I hate. Her father says you've knocked up. I'm going to be his enemy for as long as I live.

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She remembers that. She keeps that in mind. So this is how you see why it was important for the process of not to jump right into Medina. It wasn't easy. It wasn't such a welcoming environment. There are Medina things could take a very dangerous turn. So you need to be careful. You need to be careful. So the Prophet was suddenly said he establishes the masjid there. And one of the another one from the Jews of Arabia of Medina, the time

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Abdullah bin Salam. Abdullah Al Salam is one of their main scholars Hubble. Hubble is like a lamb a major scholar,

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a well versed scholar among them who knows the Dean religion.

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And he heard about Muhammad SAW Salam that he was a liar, whatever is in the heart becomes more apparent on their face. So he says this is why you will find people who are usually treacherous, deceptive. Usually, if you look at them at old age, in old age, they will have a resume resemblance of a fox.

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And you will have a sense if you look at people who have no sense of honor and dignity and protection towards their honor. And the females in the family. You will find them taking the likeness of the pig.

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He says, and he says the people who usually stoop to low things, like low time

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ethics and ethical behaviors and people who always chased the deer. Like they always desirous, they just want to all of this dunya and basic things of this life and, and the know the attractions of the slide is towards the end of your of their life. If you look at their faces, you will see the resemblance of a dog.

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And this shows the connection between the heart and the face. And one of like some of the early Muslim scholars they had, they had a beautiful, you know, sometimes some language is really beautiful, and it's just hard to translate.

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One I don't remember who was called that said that but Safina stamen he says, I will withdraw your shrub woman man it will

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and withdrew. Yes, SHABOOM in

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the face drinks from the fountain of the heart.

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Face drinks from the fountain of the heart. What does that mean? Which you have here is going to show this way. Usually people who are honest, you can tell most of the time, especially if you pay attention.

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And if you're observant, someone who's honest, you'll see that on their face someone who's decent, you'll see that on the face.

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So, the prophets are selling them he had this on his feet and his face people could see that. So he says Villa Margarita Welcome to another channel. erasable Hijikata when I saw him I knew this one I could tell this was not the face of a liar. Now the prophets of salaam as they build Massoud Koba

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problem talks about the virtue of Morocco by the prophets, I said and by the way, every time I believe every Saturday after Assad,

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the prophets of salaam would walk from his Masjid

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to Masjid Koba and pray Muslim there

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and come back.

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That's a sunnah

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every Saturday

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and in Medina today, there is a Paveway there's a pavement

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from an mustI the neighbor we

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to Masjid Koba,

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so you can fulfill and practice this soon. So people do it. Some people do it on Saturday.

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So, 14 days later, it was time for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to move into Medina and after sort of screening and scanning the Medina and figuring it out and understanding it, the prophet Salam designs a way to enter Medina, he puts a plan as to how to enter Medina. So he sends to the leaders in Medina, specially Benin jar

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who have a connection relationship to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam because banana jar

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Abdulmutallab the grandfather of the prophets of salaam his wife is from Medina. His wife is from Medina.

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So

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the uncles of the Father's prophet were from Medina. So it's considered to be kin. Okay, they are his relatives. So the prophets are some sense to them that I'm about I will enter Medina tomorrow. So you guys get ready.

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So how did the Prophet that was such a beautiful day, by the way, and I know Malik was a child at the time, a little child at the time. He says Lim, the colonel Rasulullah saw Salam in Medina, Allah Ameen Colucci. When the Prophet Salam entered Medina everything in Medina lit up philam Maths oblem I mean, hakuna mushy, but when the Prophet Salam passed away, everything in Medina went dark.

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So the prophets of salaam as he said since to them and he wants to enter Medina in a specific way, that sends messages to everyone. How did he enter Medina? You know what I'm up to right? sha Allah next week, and again, so just, we change the Halacha gonna do it after Asia, as the majority inshallah preferred to do it after Asia. So hopefully we'll test it out. We'll see if it works inshallah we'll keep it that way. So insha Allah next week, the Halacha will be a shell will be at eight o'clock. The halacha will be after Asia will make it a bit shorter, so inshallah we don't consume more time. And then the potluck don't forget next week in sha Allah so everyone is invited

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to join a share and invite some people. invite some people live in come to the Halacha and join the potluck and sha Allah benefit and socialize at the same time. Giselle como la jolla Ramos allows unlimited Muhammad when he was happy with Salah

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by the way from

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Sunday,

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Sunday federal will start to be at 630 a club official will be at 630 Starting this Sunday inshallah

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