Moutasem al-Hameedy – Life Of The Prophet 22

Moutasem al-Hameedy
AI: Summary © The importance of combining multiple Allahu attached statements to create a "ma'am" event is emphasized. The potential for violence and civilizational conflict is also discussed, including the use of Moore's Law and the potential for civilized movement. The importance of understanding context and events, avoiding false assumptions, and avoiding false predictions is emphasized. The use of the word Islam in various cultural and political settings is also discussed, including political activism and cultural Theology. The importance of trusting Islam and not giving up on one's beliefs is emphasized. The segment also touches on the confusion surrounding the decision to get closer to Mecca and the importance of knowing the history of the Prophet's wife to avoid war.
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powerful voice then you

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more beautiful or most and more powerful and he has a clear voice than you.

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So the man goes to the land. It was time for the Salah, Bilal climbs on the masjid, the highest point in the masjid. And he starts to the top of his voice. He start calling starts calling the Adhan Allahu Akbar. And the best way to call them the Sunnah of to call the Adan is to combine to take Kabira together. Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar. Okay, and at the end, so you don't say Allahu Akbar separately. It's okay. You can still do that. But the preference is to combine two Allahu Akbar together. This is why sometimes you will find some of them are Dineen. Their Adan is Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar four times, yes. But it's

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better to combine two and two, as most of them have been in these days do Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar. The rest of it is individual statements.

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In the dream, the person is well, Till's Abdullah and his ad says when it's time for the Akarma you say this and he gives him something similar to the oven.

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But it's only once. So Allahu Akbar Allah instead of four, it's actually twice Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar, a shadow on La Ilaha illa Allah once a shadow Muhammad Rasul Allah once he Allah Salah once he AlFalah once the are met is Salah, to cut karma to Salah he adds this cut karma to Salah to cut karma to Salah Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. EDA Illa Allah, that's how he gives him the if karma. Now a question to you, you will find in other masajid the farmer they will say Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. Allah Allah, Allah, Allah. Allah, Allah, Allah Allah. I don't know Mohammed Rasulullah shadow no Muhammad Rasool Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah,

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Allah, but karma to Salah to cut karma to Salla Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar La ilaha illa. Allah, is it wrong?

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It's not wrong.

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Both were present at the time of the Prophet SAW Salah once they would say the short version, sometimes the longer vision.

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There has been some times debate some people go to the masjid or you make the karma wrong, you making it like the Adhan. But actually, there is authentic hadith where the karma came as well in that full version. So no need here for disputes and issues. Oftentimes, you'll find people if they don't know something, they assume it's wrong.

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And this is where there's a beautiful principle, you know, the Muslim scholars had put together they said, Adam, will Amy be che les seidelman? Bill, Adam?

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Scott, it's not easy either even for Arabs now it's not easy to analyze this. They say

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Adam already may be specie Lisa illumine, belie them, they say

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lack of knowledge about something with one person doesn't mean this thing has no foundation, or he's not there.

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Often times people would criticize others. Why? Because they do something they don't know about. They assume oh, that's wrong. Why? Because I don't know it. What kind of logic is this? What kind of logic is this? So we should be careful about sometimes, you know, pointing out that someone is wrong, or what they're saying is false, just because we don't know it or we haven't heard about it. So be careful about these things.

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Now, when Bilal makes the first event among kebab, he's the oven and it resonates with him. So he wishes to the Prophet sasami says O Messenger of Allah. I heard this in my dream two days ago.

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The Prophet SAW sent him says, Allah and Kumar katoa. But I can see that you guys had an identical dream.

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Allama to Hiren insha. Allah is a sign of goodness, this is a sign of goodness, you guys had the same kind of Adan both to different people without any kind of, you know, agreement. They haven't staged it. Right. So

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the problem within us, Bob,

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why didn't you tell? said it didn't occur to me. And when I heard that our felt shy, should I say, you know, I heard it first. I heard it first. But anyway, so this is the story of the Adana and the other one was mainly the responsibility of beloved of the Allahu Anhu. And why was Bilal given this responsibility? The Prophet Solomon clarified, he said for him now and their main Kasota and under is an adjective superlative is he has nada in Arabic is the do

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you find in the morning on grass and leaves that's

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So it's so pure, the voice of Bilal was very pure and strong. That's what ENDA Annaberg is very pure and clear and strong, so it reaches more distance.

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So, who we chooses?

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Someone obviously, who's pious, who's religious, who's mindful of Allah subhanaw taala. But we have to take into consideration when it comes to the Yvan the voice, the voice, the voice has to be clear. It has to be loud that it reaches out to people, somebody might say, Oh, we use this speaker system. Now why? Well, yes, but still, to preserve the original state of the Adhan is actually to find someone with that kind of voice. And they're also sweet. For voice when you apply this adjective for for voice also means sweet. So someone has a sweet voice. Yes, that's another advantage for them, that they qualify probably more than others for the event.

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There was a woman who had a house, her house was right next to the mystery of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, her house was higher, higher than the mystery of the Prophet SAW Salem. So below us to climb her house, she gave permission for Bella to climb the top of her house to make the done because when he's at a higher level, his voice would reach further, his voice would reach further. So this shows as well, the point with the event is that it reaches out to people. The point of an event is what we call LM, conveying, or getting people notifying people getting people to know. So the point with the event is to get people to know and this is why sometimes in these in Muslim countries, there have

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been some objection, objections recently is, you know, it's quite disturbing such a loud voice and you know, other non Muslims who live there, they feel disturbed, you wake them up from their sleep, and so on and so forth.

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This is why there have been some calls that you don't call the down on speakers. But that's actually not true. The point behind the van is to reach as further as

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with the Adan as further as possible. Well, obviously if like the masjid is within small locality, especially when you have high rise buildings, like sometimes you will find in very congested areas, like let's say in Egypt, in Cairo, in some areas, you find the masjid is in the middle of a lot of

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buildings around it. And the speakers are right on the window of someone, right facing this the windows of someone and imagine like the speakers are right into your window. It would really freak you out when the mother says Allahu Akbar. And let's say there's someone sleeping, you might say they should be praying, what if it's a child, right? What if it's a sick person? What if it's a woman who's not praying at that time? Right. So these things should be taken into consideration, but in general, the Adan is supposed to reach as far as possible. So this woman used to take pride woman from the outside she said, it was my house were then used to go off from top of my house. So this

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was a point of honor for her

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and she would drink remember Bilal would even climb on her house before federal and he would make some dua before he for himself quietly before he goes and makes that done. Now at this time as the Muslims are building this Muslim community in Medina, the Muslims, number of Muslims are is growing. Muslims from outside Medina are coming by the way that the Muslims were not feeling safe. Somebody might say oh, they have arrived in Medina. They feel safe. No, it was quite dangerous. It was quite dangerous for Muslims inside Medina, the threat within Medina and the threat from outside of Medina they were they were not feeling any sense of safety at all. There was a lot of threats. Muslims

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could not even sleep properly, by the way, even until that time and we'll explain why. So when people have gleesh realize that Mohamed Salah Salem and the Muslims have already settled in Medina that the community is taking root and getting stronger and the creating a sense of unity a sense of community there is this aha, this unity this brotherhood, the Muslims are taking care of one another. They are solidifying these bonds and these ties.

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People of Christ got really worried. They said Mohamed is building something strong. In Medina we need to do something and they were still frustrated because they could not catch him before he reached Medina. So they send to the non Muslims in Medina. They say okay, you will non Muslims of Medina, people of Medina the opposite of Medina, how do you allow someone like Mohamed a renegade according to them? Who's caused so much trouble in Mecca? And you guys welcome him. You allow him to settle in Medina without any objection without any trouble. And he's had

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Having a like an a free play to do whatever he wants in Medina and build a community and you guys are helpless you guys are doing nothing about it

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so if you guys are not taking this seriously we the people of Makkah are gonna us you know bring together an army and not fighting Mohamed fight you fight you the the Arabs of Medina because you guys are allowing this man you're giving him a refuge. So we would consider that you're actually conspiring with him.

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So they send this message to the person who was supposed to become the leader in Medina, Abdullah Abdullah OBI, who was non Muslim at the time.

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So they sent me this message Abdullah gonna obey feels threatened. And he also sees an opportunity in this. So maybe if I try to, you know,

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create some kind of movement or some kind of military action against Muhammad, maybe I'll get more support than from people of McKenna would help me get rid of him. And then I would revive my hopes in becoming the leader of Medina. So he decides to gather his followers and his he starts speaking reaching out to people speaking to them, trying to win them over so they could help them to fight the Muslims. In Medina, the prophets of salaam hears about this. So he takes some of his companions and he goes straight to our beloved obey eveness. This is a beautiful approach. Often times and pay attention this happens in families, this happens in friendships, it happens in the work environment

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with all this politics, you realize someone is up to something, you hear the news, or, you know, this guy is, you know, the putting together the setting up something.

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And because it's passive, and it's subtle, you fall in the same trap. He said, Okay, if they're doing it in a subtle way, I'm going to do it in a subtle way. So I'm going to have a counter attack, what's going to be subtle, this person comes and they're so sweet, nice with you, right? But you realize they're setting up something for you

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that in are engaging with them in the same wavelength, doing the same thing you put into your nice by already have your own agenda as well. You have your own plan. That's not really a good way to handle things. Of you really see someone is conspiring against you someone is doing something with some or someone wronged you. If you really have enough evidence. And if you go and confront them and face them, you're not going to look like a fool. Okay, you have something substantial.

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Go and address the issue face to face head on. Go to that person say 123 There's something wrong here. Can we can we discuss that? Can we arrive at some kind of explanation or undiscovered understanding about this? What's going on here? I would like to know, by the way, most people who love to conspire or love to set you up, they don't like this kind of confrontation. And they don't expect it. They don't expect it. So if people conspire people try to set you up, don't succumb to that level. Be clear.

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Be clear, have a straightforward approach. This follows from what we said today in the book about decisiveness about decisiveness So the Prophet SAW Salem here, he hears that Abdullah and obey heard or received the news from the people of Makkah with that threat, that if you do not act against Mohammed, we're gonna, you know, march to Medina and do with you Abdullah and obey, not with Mohammed. So the problem realizes Abdullah and obey is gathering people. He goes straight to Abdullah Norby

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and he addresses him directly. And he says, You are conspiring against your own cousins who are my followers, a lot of them are your cousin's your people. And it's just because of a threat from Maccha. Now you trying to wage war here in Medina and create some kind of a civil war.

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He said, that's only, you know, that shows the cowardice that you guys are acting upon. prophesied, and it makes it lays it out in front of them clear, that's what it is.

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So in the province of Salem, sort of diffuses and deflates their whole ego, you guys think you're doing something great. You want to, you know, kick Muhammad and his followers outside of Medina, where you guys are doing, you're just you're scared of the people of McCann, that's it, and they got you to act irrationally. Have you considered the consequences of what you're planning to do?

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And they had they came face to face with the, with the with the stupidity of that what they were up to, in that sense. So the prophets of Salem quickly defuse the situation. They change their minds. And the problem told them by the way, alright, I know, all right, they're not going to come to you.

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They're not going to do anything so you guys don't get scared.

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The whole situation was diffused no issues. But imagine the province of Salem tried to play the same kind of game. They conspire against us. Let's conspire against them. They're playing dumb let's play dumb, right?

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It would have become complicated. Obviously, there is time for this in time for that, let's, let's face it, life is much more complex than the simplistic approaches, but generally speaking, you know, always opt for the straightforward approach. If it's feasible, if it's feasible, you know, reach out Oh, that's that shouldn't be your first option.

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So it's almost now it's almost a year

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after the Prophet SAW Selim had arrived in Medina, so they've been there for a year in Medina. Obviously during this time from the Lumsden community started to take root. They started to create this bond and connection there is some sort of settling down there. And Abubakar was concerned, because the anniversary reminded him of something. So he says, greyish have expelled Mohamed out of Makkah, somebody might say they have not expelled him, he ran away while they pushed him to leave right? Life was becoming impossible. They wanted to kill him. So they had no other option. So they literally

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expelled him out of Makkah. So he said they expelled their profit out of Mecca.

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And he said, They shall face the consequences of that. And this shows Abubaker understands how this world how this universe functions.

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If people kick out their profits, that means they have brought destruction upon themselves. If people reject the truth, when it comes to them on a personal level or collective level, that means they really put themselves in the way leading to trouble. Absolutely. You can't escape that. By the way, no one can escape that. If you violate principles, ethical principles, virtues,

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you can't win.

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You can't win you can't outsmart Allah subhanaw taala. We said previously, if you remember that, yes, there is intelligence in terms of tactics, strategies, you can, you know, be very skillful tactical, but there is a mega intelligence, higher level of intelligence, intelligence that's far bigger than what you can comprehend. And even if you're intelligent, but you go against the virtues and the and the ethical rules of Islam, then you're working against the supremum it's a grand intelligence that Allah subhanaw taala designed for this universe. So whatever you do for yourself is going to actually backfire.

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So you can't win if you compete against Allah subhanaw taala even if you seem to be achieving progress, it would be progress, that progress would lead to your demise unexpectedly in subtle ways. And we said Allah subhanaw taala we stressed the name of Allah subhanaw taala. And let me test out your Arabic. Let's take it out. One of the names of Allah Santana is a lovely if a local youth, what does it look like if been in Arabic? By the way, Arabs have diverged from the main meaning and are they using one of the shadow meanings of Allah? If so, Latif has a main meaning primary meaning but also has secondary meanings. Today the Arabs use the secondary meaning as the main meaning.

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It's not wrong, but it's not ideal. And it has led to some misunderstanding. So luckily for this luckily for me, in Arabic

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delicate what else? Nice, gentle, kind, right? Someone is lovely if he's like a nice guy. He's so soft, gentle, and forbearing.

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That's a correct meaning, the primary meaning Allah Subhana Allah describes himself or basically Allah talks about use valets Salaam in Nairobi. Lovely fun, Lima. Yasha. Right. In Nairobi lovely, even my Lord is lovely if to whatever he wants.

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It doesn't make sense. My Lord is kind to whatever he would like. There's no meaning there's no real meaning. What does it leave me?

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Really what leave means means subtle.

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Allah works in subtle ways. Very subtle ways. You don't figure out.

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You don't figure out. You think you're really getting whatever you want. But what you're getting is really what you don't want to get.

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So whatever Allah wants, Allah brings it about in ways no one else can figure out.

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So that's what life means. So Allah subhanaw taala works here in this universe with people who oppose him and subtle ways. Allah will allow them they want wealth, Allah will let them get the wealth,

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but they will never reach real wealth will only be numbers.

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But inside them there will be a sense of lack, scarcity and poverty. They will live a very poor life.

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People want power by killing others or pressing them.

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They will oppress others on the surface they will have power, but in their life, they'll have no real sense of power.

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subtle ways that's how Allah works in subtle ways.

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So Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Allah. He said

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about the people of Makkah, Allah Jonah be your home in Allah in La La Jolla, Li Kunta. He said they kicked out their prophet, to Allah we will belong and unto Him and to Him we shall return. They shall be destroyed. People of quality shall be destroyed. He knows what is this going to happen? We leave it with Allah subhanaw taala doesn't work based on our own agenda. Allah doesn't work on our own wishful thinking great lies his own wisdom Allah has has his own scale. It's not about how we wish were always expect Allah subhanaw taala to comply to our wishes, right and our expectations so May, Allah did not respond to me. Well let Allah respond in his own way at his own time. That's

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That's what means to me.

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So I will work on their own realize people of course she'll be destroyed, but he wasn't hasty about it. Leave it for Allah subhanho wa taala.

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So he said one day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and I shall the ALLAH and he was with him. She says

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So the Prophet SAW Selim at night, wasn't able to sleep, he was concerned.

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He wasn't feeling safe. He wasn't feeling safe. So she says, She's the Prophet said, I'm restless. She says what messenger of Allah why don't you sleep? So the Prophet SAW Selim says litella Jhulan saw Ali Han min us heavy house, Sunni Laila. I wish one of the righteous one of my righteous Companions would be my god tonight

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provinces and doesn't feel safe. If his house he doesn't feel safe to sleep, he feels restless.

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He feels restless. So

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at that time, at that moment, they use some noise outside of the house the promises on rushes to see and you know, figure out what's going on. So he finds one of the companions one of unsalted Saturday nomadic, he says Ya rasool Allah, in the hookah de bedalli Had he Leila and Prosek. It's almost of Allah. It occurred to me tonight, that I should come and God your house.

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I just come and go to your house.

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So I shall the Allahu anha. She says,

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For submitted to huddly You thought rasool Allah He SallAllahu Allah, he was a llama phenol man. So I heard the gentle snoring of the Prophet sallallahu. And you said that, by the way, hopefully, in Arabic, we have to

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just figure this out because some people read some of the Hadith about the Prophet Salam having copied or Shahir and they thought it's snoring. Now the prophets of salaam doesn't seem there's no proven account the problem used to snore in his sleep, but when someone is in deep sleep, you can feel the breath is heavy. Is that kind of noise is not the proper snoring. So that's what allegedly is okay. That's an Arabic word.

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The thing is, obey human vocab. One of the unsolved now we just want to explain what kind of what was the security of this? Yeah, the security this the,

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from a security point of view, what was the situation of the Muslims at that time, as I said, we're under the assumption Muslims have made it to Medina, the safe now there's no threats. And without understanding this context, we won't be able to figure out, you know, what the problem is going to do next in terms of military expeditions, in terms of

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in terms of better, the Battle of better, because if, by the way, there is something about understanding any story, especially the life of the prophets of Salaam, oftentimes, we get so much caught up in the events themselves. So we mistake the

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trees for the forest. We think what we see is the forest but oftentimes we get lost in the details, we get sucked into the details. So oftentimes, we look at the Okay, these are the events in the life of the prophets. And we have to remember that the seer of the Prophet Muhammad was mainly written by people who lived around his time, or just within the next 200 years after after his death. And these people were living within a saint similar certain context. And they were relating things from their point of view. So a lot of contextual factors were apparent were clear to them that didn't need to write about them. So now about 414 100 years, but

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Go later, or 12, you know, 100 years later, the situation is completely different. We can't relate to the context properly. So when we start reading individual events, automatically, we're going to create assumptions. We're going to see things through our modern context. So we see the Muslims are attacking some non Muslims, we say, well, that's an act of aggression. And this would actually some orientalist, and some people who are, you know, anti Muslim spirit or this anti Muslim spirit. They really that's what they do. That's what they do. They take something from that time without realizing what the context is, because it's unspoken.

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Because sometimes a rule of thumb you don't need to talk about it, you don't need to clarify it, something is already clear. But hundreds of years of years later, 1000 years later, things are completely different. You need to state you need this, to really speak about these contextual things in order to contextualize you know, this individual events.

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So the Muslims were living in a state of threat.

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It's similar to what's happening to the Muslims now, in Maine, Omar, and Burma.

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You know, what's happening in Burma now? Muslims don't feel safe. At any moment, you could be attacked

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at any moment.

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Muslims in you know, heated areas in Syria.

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At any time, your house could be bombed, your whole family could be wiped out.

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That's exactly what was the state of the Muslims in Medina.

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So we even look at one of the unsolved who has obviously had been a Jew, right obey ImmunoCAP

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he says the mapa de ma Rasulullah sallallahu and he was selling them I was herbal Hooli Medina, what Himalayan salt when the Prophet SAW Salem, and his companions came to Medina and the unsalted, welcomed them and hosted them. Allah met tomo Lera, boo and sin Wahida.

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The Arabs basically have

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this is a figure of speech, the Arabs have shot at them from the same bow. That's an Arabic expression it means the Arabs have taken automatically a stance of enmity towards the Muslims as Renegades outlaws who need to be annihilated. All of the Arabs in the Arabian Peninsula.

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These are our laws are against the law, the Renegades the like bandits, everyone needs to fight them.

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That's the stance everyone in the Arabian Peninsula took against the Muslims who move to Medina. How safe Would you feel Medina was surrounded by a lot of headwinds, Arab tribes around we're not out or 100 and they have no covenant, no agreement with Medina, any of them could sneak into Medina and kill any of the Muslims. So let's carry on with OBE recap. So he says when the Prophet saw some of his companions came to Medina and they were welcomed and hosted by the Assad, the Arabs have taken a state of enmity against them completely. They consider them to be the enemies of the Arabs, automatically, everyone.

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What can we learn Joby tuna Illa Bismillah,

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they would only go to bed with their weapons with them in their hands. So all the Muslims just asleep, literally with the sword in their hand.

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How safe is this?

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Not safe, right? You won't feel safe. So basically, what does it mean when you sleep and your sword is right in your hands. It means you could be attacked right inside your house in your bedroom. And you just need you keep yourself this last chance of probably you might be able to pull your sword and you know, defend yourself in the last minute. You see how safe it was? There was no safety. So literally the Arabs have waged war against the Muslims. That's what it means. They've waged war against Muslims, Muslims had no sanctity, their blood had no sanctity. Their safety had no respect no sanctity among the Arabs at all, not only Quraysh everyone in the Arabian Peninsula because don't

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forget the Arabs all looked up to or Irish. Anyone who dominated kava and basil haram, Arabs looked up to them automatically these people will assume a position of leadership and respect why because they are the custodian custodians of the of the Kaaba straightaway. So you guys are going against Quraysh? Absolutely, you're our enemies automatically.

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So what canula between Illa Silla who would only sleep with their weapons in their hands. Well, I used to be Hoonah in Luffy, and they would wake up in the morning and they would leave their houses in the morning with their sword with their weapons with them.

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That's the only way so you sleep you walk your insert in your house.

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outside of your house you had to keep your weapons with you otherwise because you could expect to be killed at any moment. This is the state the Muslims were living in. So then Fatah who saw the the Muslims the companions of the Prophet, I'm used to wonder,

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tell ona Anna, you should have done a beat and ultimately Nina Rana halfway Allah Allah azza wa jal do you guys think would it be really good that materialize that one day we would live a TA at a time when we would only fear Allah subhanaw taala.

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That was the wishes of the Muslims at that site that we could actually sleep safe. That's what they will actually seeing that this was a far fetched goal. It's almost impossible. Would we really live to witness a time when we could all we really fear was Allah subhanaw taala.

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They saw that is something that was almost impossible.

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But that shows as well. So just looking at the state of safety, or actually, it's insecurity that tells you like within a few years, a few years later,

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that state was achieved. It seemed to be impossible. In the light of their circumstances. At that time, the first year after hijra, it seemed to be impossible, impossible.

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Yet a few years later, it was the case. And what does that teach us? It teaches us never lose hope. It's not about, you know, what you see and what you hear. That's not the whole reality of in times, we say, you know, the numbers don't add up. The numbers don't add up. It's impossible. In the light of what we have, in light of the facts. It's impossible.

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But this is not how life works.

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This is not how life works. All the great stories of success, were deemed impossible, were deemed impossible. But if you want to live within the standards of ordinary and mediocre, okay, wait until the numbers add up.

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But the reality that great things can only be achieved when you challenge. What is that? When you aspire for something that seems to be impossible. That's what we call an Arabic or who will him. That's what we call an Arabic, the meaning of that is really hard to have high aspirations to be ambitious, to be ambitious, because oftentimes we succumb or we basically give up or give in to the status quo. And we think that's it, it's impossible to change. But the thing is, a loss mentality will bring change in the blink of an eye and you don't realize how all you need to do is the use the magic, the magical ingredient. And what's the magical ingredient. Oftentimes we said, trust in

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Allah. trust in Allah does wonders. It does wonders.

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Obviously, if someone is an atheist, or the complete materialist, they won't believe in that. But good for them. Let them live within the constraints of materialism. The reality is the world is much bigger than what we see in here. There's much more, there is much more. So the Muslims were living in a state where they said would it would we ever live to witness a time when we would only fear Allah subhanho wa Taala they thought it was such an impossible thing to really achieve, but was actually there Subhan Allah a few years later.

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So this is the time of ImmunoCAP and we don't even know grab one of the Quran. He's one of the scholars of the Quran among the companions of the Prophet. He used to lead the Muslims in Salah and he's the one that hon hakab When he gathered the Muslims again for tarawih and Ramadan for Korea, Malaysia in Ramadan. He made the imam who obey even OCAP obey ImmunoCAP was leading them. So we have no crab says it is this this was the time that Allah Subhana Allah revealed in response to the Muslims the verse in Surah Noor Whad Allah who led in a normal income while hamilo slightly hat they stiffly for no harmful or become a stickler for Lavina min I believe him while you MacKinnon Allah

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home Dena whom Allah Tala home What are you bet Dylan? No home member the whole for him I'm gonna be doing any law usually gonna be sure yeah so Allah Subhan Allah says Allah has promised those who have believed and have done oh and those who do righteous deeds, that he shall give them dominance and power over the earth, just as He did with the nations who came before and he shall establish their religion for them that He is pleased with and he shall give them safety and security after fear. With the condition they worship, be alone and they don't associate partners with me.

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So this was the time the verse was revealed. So Allah give them the glad tidings that what you wish for is going to happen what seems to be impossible is actually on the way but providing that you meet these these

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conditions again the Prophet SAW Selim has this,

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this concept of decisiveness. We're in Medina. Now we're sort of sitting ducks. Everyone is attacking us were the main target of everyone else. Does the province of Salem take a passive stance towards this? Okay, let's just, you know, try to keep ourselves safe know, the prophet Psalm says and knows that the best way, sometimes the best approach, or the best way to defense is actually offense. So what does the prophets of salaam do? He personally reads years ahead, years ahead of his time. So he says, It's time now for us to start our military expeditions. So what is the prophecy of Solomon do? He starts sending Muslims out and he makes certain, you know, military groups,

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formulations. And he sends these Muslims out. So outside of Medina, for what reason?

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To read the geography

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to understand Medina what's what's Medina what's outside Medina, what's to the north? What's to the south? In a military sense? What does that mean?

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The route between Mecca and Medina figured out what it is the first expedition military expedition that happens. The Prophet SAW Selim was the leader. He himself

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the prophets of salaam was

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the leader. And what is he take it, it was called let's go to the che era, the expedition expedition of Russia, Europe, whereas Russia era is by Robert. Robert was still until today robber

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was the robber noids who was towards him but sorry, was towards the umbrella jamboree still today it's a coastal city on the Red Sea is to the north, where did the is on the on the Red Sea. You need to go north up north, I think about 300 kilometers or 400 kilometers north, you will find the Ember. So I'll show ya is there is to the north, west of Medina, the province Islam leads that expedition and he goes there. What is the significance? That's the trade routes. That's always the business trade caravans travel from Mecca to Hashem and back. So the Prophet Hassan wants to dominate that area. So he needs to understand geography, and all the details about these areas. He sends some

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other his companions to figure out areas between Mecca and Medina to read the whole situation. He sends people among his companions to catch news from Mecca.

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So, yes, you are under threat. But that doesn't mean you know, you sit back and you watch what's going on. You need to be proactive. Sometimes you need to topple the scales, turn the scales against them. And because some,

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you know, sometimes it's when you're in a defensive position, it becomes impossible. There's a point where you can't defend anymore. So

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and it seems to be like

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so far from the mind to consider offensiveness because you seem to be so weak, but this could be your way out to be offensive. The promiseland figured this out. He figured this out. So he started using the offense. And this also sends back sends a message by the way, this is a psychological aspect of the psychological warfare. What is it

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to sync to the strong message if Muslims were weak? They would hide in Medina. They would protect themselves. They would snuggle in Medina, so to speak, but they weren't doing that. The Muslims are are forming, you know, military expeditions outside of Medina, and hundreds of kilometers outside of Medina, what does that mean? Man, these people have some power, and we don't realize how strong they are. They're sending a message, that we have military action. We have our plans, we have our armies, so be careful. What would that do? It would dissuade a lot of the people who might have attacked Medina and would send a message, don't mess with us. That's what it means. So the Prophet SAW Selim,

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mashallah was thinking at such a strategic level. He wasn't just someone like, Okay, let's go about it.

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Naively, No, he wasn't approaching it this way the Prophet SAW Selim was reading the situation. His vision was extended far beyond the immediate situation, as I said he was strategic in his thinking, and he could see us ahead of his time.

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Something interesting happens around that time. And it shows us something else about how Muslims deal with non Muslims. So we have sat down with

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one of the leaders of the unsought site who had we have sat down with Abaddon and said who are the main two leaders and the Onsala of the Muslims.

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Sam has relationships with who am i You have no Calif, who may

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or may even call of one of the leaders in Maccha the kuffar one of the biggest polytheists of Mecca the enemies of Islam. He's the one who tortured Bilal, well he Allahu anhu, who may have no Calif. One of the worst people in Mecca, the most influent of the most influential one of the richest, or may have no caliph, who was his business partner. Sat diploma, sadly no other was Muslim.

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And were able to call up was enemy of Islam. There were still business partners.

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Still business partners

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come to questions later. Sue's business partner and we'll set them to add came to Makkah Why would he stay hotel? Guest House No, he will stay in the house of OMA you have no Calif.

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So am I able to have a phone? He's doing business when he's traveling. He's going to a sham or he's doing some businesses in Medina. Where does he go? Where does he stay in the house of Saddam Namath? How come? He's the enemy of the Muslims. Business is business. It's not haram to do business. It's not haram to do business. So South Devon

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travels from Medina to Mecca. And obviously for some business but also he wants to make camera

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so he's making camera. So he comes to the house of Romania. I have no color. And he wants to go my camera. Amaya says Listen to me now. He understands the political situation. McCann doesn't want to put himself in trouble. He says Listen, man is morning time and it's busy.

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I don't want people to see you. Because people have a lot of issues with you. You hosted Muhammad. You also Muhammad. People are gonna have issues with you. So wait until it's mid day and in my cabinet days extremely hot. So the habit of the Arabs was to take an up take a siesta that time and usually be you would hardly see anyone around the cabin. So to wait until it's midday and it's hot. Then you go and make your camera

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said okay, well wait no worries. So as long time midday

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Sedona goes to make a camera with him is his host on my

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side of the road is making his throw off who sees him

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He knows who's that he says who's this

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is a southern nomad. He says and you have the guts to come and make I'm gonna win. You have Austin Muhammad our enemy.

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You've come here doing that.

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So Saddledome says to him, Well, Hola. Hola. In Minar atonia Dawa, Phoebe de la Nocatee Giada Takeda Shem if you're going to stop me from making an Umbra and making dua from the house of Allah, I'm going to stop your business from going into a sham it's on my way. So the route passes by Medina

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who speaks up now so they had some sort of a quarrel and some kind of some kind of a heated discussion and was getting aggressive

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or may have no Calif hold sad and he says calm down this is the result of Maccha speak to him properly.

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Both of them gang upon him now. Upon side the Minervois so many I'm gonna cut off hold second one he says speak with Abuja hello with respect. He's the leader of Mecca in the who I mean, you know who say you do handle wordy. He is the leader of this valley Mecca used to call it a valley

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suicide looks at him. He's his partner right? He says dynamic in the Mohammedan Salalah when he was a NUMSA at no cost you look in a get out of here. You're like my partner right? Get out of here. I heard Mohamed Salah Salam say they shall kill you.

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Now this hits deep with Oh, my. He knows Mohamed Saad. Salam, he doesn't. He doesn't mess around. Right. So he says and Carla, daddy Kapha cut Sadhak in Hola. Hola. Hola. Hello. This is Mohamed said that then he means that He only says the truth. Right? So that's my, you know, kind of one of the leaders. So he shrinks in fear now. He shrinks in fear was the first thought that occurs to him you might think he's going to do well. He says

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is it going to be in Mecca? Like are they going to kill me in my

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Sandman said I don't know that agree

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So OMA, you have to kind of at that moment he leaves them both of them and he goes back home to his wife. And he says your own must have one nickname in Mohammed and use the whole cartoony Mohammed claims that he's gonna

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Kill me.

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She said in Carla.

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Like if he says that he's going to do it

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is that he said is going to be in Makkah, he she asked this question.

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This is going to be in Makkah.

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He said Saddam who doesn't know he says doesn't know. Then when he says Hola, hola Hello Do you mean Makita Ebenen he says, hola hola. I'm not going to leave my card. I'm going to stay in Macau. Now he's scared. He's scared. So suddenly, obviously

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sees all of this. And he sees the weakness of these people Subhanallah he makes his armor off and and then he goes back to to Medina. And obviously his faith grows now as he sees this type of people. So keep it my Yep, Nacala in mind, because when we will come to his story is going to have a very funny story to come in sha Allah. So keep that. Keep that in mind. So the prophets of Allah when he was setting them keeps his military expeditions.

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One of the expeditions is called as what will Ebola? So we said one is Russia, Europe, which is towards him, but towards the Red Sea, northwest of Medina.

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And then, as with Ebola, Ebola is to the south of Medina, on the way to Makkah. What does that mean? The prophets of salaam wants to figure out what's the geography? Who's usually around who are the travelers who are the people who are the ranges who keep going around, he wants to read the whole situation. And that means you always need to be vigilant and be careful and be informed about what happens around you. In any any field in any area of your military or military capacity. You need to understand what's going on, you need to know your enemies, your friends, your conditional friends, your conditional enemies, the enemies of your enemies, the friends of your enemies, you need to know

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who is who. And you need to figure out different power balances, you work in, in business, you need to figure out what are the opportunities, right, you need to watch out for opportunities, you need to realize your competitors. You need to figure out trends. It's the same principle is the same thing. You need to figure out the territory around you what's going on, where are you heading to? What is ahead of you? What are the expectations, so you need to be on top of everything. If you really want to be good in your field, the prophets of Sauron was aware is not enough. Just put your trust in Allah and Allah will work for you. That's not how the world works. If you do that you're

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setting yourself up, you will be in trouble.

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You have to put your trust in Allah. But you have to play the game by the rules. You live in this world, it's a physical world, there are dynamics you have to figure them out and you have to work according to them.

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If you think you're just gonna play dumb and put your trust in Allah, you're up for a big surprise. You will be disappointed and you can't blame it on Allah nature on although this is what most of us do, unfortunately.

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Then the Prophet SAW Salem decides to get closer to Mecca. So

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he Commission's nine of his companions, nine of his companions, all of them are from the MaHA jurien All of them are margerine the and he appoints a leader with them up to love No, Josh will be your loved one.

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And among the group is sad to know not to be what costs.

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So the prophets I seldom

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gets an order or a letter written for abdominal Jash. And He seals it and he says to him, I have an order in this letter, don't open it.

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I needed to I need you to march south towards Mecca. Two days from now you open it, there is there's an order there, there's a command

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you read it there, you read it out loud to your to your group.

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And you do whatever I command you in that letter.

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And you give the all the group choice whether they want to join you and fulfill the mission with you.

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Or they opt out it's up to them it's a matter of choice.

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So they set out self

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and the problem sends them to where the Nakhla Where's where the Nakhla it's between MCCA and five so the problem is getting close to Mecca. close by and this is a military group is a military group. So they go toward inocula close to what inocula The opens the letter. Then he reads it to the group the prophets of salaam says go close to whether Nicola and I need you guys to get me whatever news you can capture about McCann what's going on in Makkah? Why because the Prophet of Islam was expecting them to be setting something up

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To really put be putting some army together or conspiring to, you know, send some suicide attackers into Medina kill the Prophet salallahu Salam and so on and so forth. The problem was to know you have to know what your enemy is doing.

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So he reads it out to them. And he says Who wants who wants who wants to join me they said we all join you. So they go, but two of them don't join Saddam not be with us and another one.

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So don't be with us on automatic no has one.

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They don't join them. Why? Because they had their camel. Both of them are taking turn on one camel. So they lost their camel. So they said we'll search for the camel it was in the area. When we get it, we'll catch up with you in that area where the Nakhla the Valley of Nakhla will catch up with you them. So they go, they literally go. So as they reached there, and it was Joomla del Aquila the month on the Hijri, calendar Jumada. And after it was probably the last day.

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And the debates were the tomorrow's Ramadan. And there was the model after after Jamal afterwards. Rajib. So whether today it was Rajab or tomorrow was Rajab, the same debate that we have every Ramadan and every eight same thing. It was happening, because it's a matter of citing the moon sighting of the crescent. So it was debate is today the last day in Jumada? Or is it the first day in Raja? And there's a big difference why? Because Rajab is from an assurance from the sacred months sacred months you can't wage war.

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Even the Arabs of Jaya Hillier respected this

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they respected this

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so on a short film, who knows what's the actual column?

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How many months in which they are the sacred months where they were not supposed to take part in any battle? No kill no one was supposed to be say complete safety for everyone. How many months?

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For what are they?

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Okay, Muharram.

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Ramadan is not.

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Okay. One month is by itself in the middle of the year which is Rajab.

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Well done Muhammad. Three months are consecutive, like one group. So three months together and this is one month in the middle of the year. The other three months are towards the end and the beginning of the year.

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They'll they'll Canada, the ledger, and Mahara.

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Okay, so Rajab, is alone. And then they'll Bill Hijjah. And Mahara Haram is the first month in the new calendar. This is why the sacred months no war, no fighting, nothing. Peace, complete peace.

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So there was a debate. Was it Jumada Lula, which is what as a normal month? Was it the last day of Joomla the Lula the 30th day, or was it the first day of Raja Sabha debate is there

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so as they were involved in UCLA, they saw this caravan so basically, now Muslims in Medina and all the Arabs were in a state of open war. Open word. So among the Arabs if they catch a Muslim, what would they do to him? Like random someone is traveling a Muslim is traveling in the desert in the desert and a group of people come across him some Arabs, they figure out this is one of the followers of Muhammad what will they do to him?

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Kill him

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kill him straight away. It's not like oh, these are Muslims. Forget about them. No, it wasn't like that. It was these are our enemies they came to jeopardize our existence as Arabs and our status Arabs and they came to destroy our legacy and our heritage and our religion.

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So you find them kill them it was literally kill them wherever you find them. This was the state kill them. Wherever you find them as Muslim as a Muslim, you could not be safe. No way you could you could be killed at any moment. If someone figures out you're a Muslim. So So and this was an open kind of, you know, attitude towards Muslims. So that's why I said without understanding this context, we won't understand what Muslims are doing.

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So the Muslims, this group with Abdullah leadership of Abdullah know, Josh, when they, they were invited Nakhla they see this small caravan

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and Who does it belong to polish the leaders of polish

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the one who is leading that actually had four people, but many camels, four people many calls. The leader of this group of four was ignored help me. I'm gonna help me and his brother Nofal. So I'm going to help me was the leader here. So the Muslims are saying and get these

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Like these are obviously what happened when the Muslims made hijra

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immigration to Medina their money was confiscated. They had to leave their houses property, who was it taken by people of course. They took it over took their wealth, they took their property, they took their sheep they took everything confiscated it

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so they said to themselves the Muslims when they saw this they said basically they're making business and trade with our money. And since we are in a state of open wall we can't I mean that's available for us and look they are for we're seven we can take it.

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They debated some of them said but it might be the sacred month it might be Roger we don't know. Now Rajim is still Jumada Lulu so there was this debate

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there really there was struggling to find come up with the decision. So the leader of the lumberjack he says guys come on, we need to figure out a decision because soon these people will enter the harem area haram area is Mecca, which is the Hallam Okay, the province of Salem define the certain area around around Mecca, which is called the harem it becomes sacred area you can't fight in that kill you can't you can't engage in warfare there. You can't it's the harem. Now as you enter the outskirts of Matka it's there's there are signs there are signs to show you the Haram starts here, the Haram area starts here

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and and for example, if you were in Hajj in our fat or fat is within basically part of our fat is within the Haram The other part of it is outside of the helm, just the only the like the first part of out of a probably would be within the harem but after this alpha is beyond so the area of the helm is big. So they belong just says if they enter the helm, we can't touch them. So you guys make a decision before they get there. We don't have time. So they were debating what decision to make. So what was exactly the decision next week? We'll find out

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so let me take couple of questions. We have time for two questions. So next week inshallah don't forget the Halacha is after maghrib it's not after Asia

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and we'll stay this for a while inshallah questions yes Muhammad

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no sad

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sad diploma this was sad why he was the partner business partner of omega Ibnu Calif. And they did business and they would stay in each other's houses. non Muslim. Yes. So that shows that it's it's okay. In Islam on its business. Not a big deal as long as you don't compromise on your religion and principles Yeah.

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I personally at the moment, I don't recall when the this was made for the Fajr salatu. Pyromania, gnome.

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But there are a good number of the Muslim scholars who basically consider

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it's an issue of debate among the Muslim scholars. There is a good number of the Muslim scholars they say actually, Fisher has two events, right? One is just a notification that Fajr is getting closer. That's not a real event. And they say that's when you say this. That's when you say a Salah to Iran meaning no. So it's not an official event. They say this is why it was added with this. And they say the official and then for Fajr you don't say a Salah to hygrometer No. This is a view. There's another view as well that says not it's it was said that the time of the Prophet sunnah is part of the other novel Fajr so it is there insalata you can still add it to the Fajr arann. A Salah

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to Hiram annulment is what most of the Muslim countries now follow in Adana. Fajr after Halo Fela they say Salah to hire Amina gnome Salah to Chiron Mina know when exactly it was there. I personally don't recall now. Yeah. Does anyone want to come over come we meet next week in sha Allah. Rasool Allah was in a manner cesium Hemudu and he was it himself.

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