Moutasem al-Hameedy – Life Of The Prophet 27

Moutasem al-Hameedy
AI: Summary © The history of the Middle East war, including the loss of Muslims and the conflict between Islam and the West, has led to the loss of many Muslim leaders and the rise of pride and al Qaeda. The segment discusses the cultural differences between the West and the Middle East, including the importance of respect for people and not just giving what they want. The transcript describes a woman who died while drinking alcohol and the difficulty of living among them, as well as the importance of respecting people and not just giving what they want. The segment also touches on the political party and the risks of attacks and returning to Islam.
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it was a clear victory for the Muslims over the army of polish. And we said the the Muslims were about 314

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around 314 and the people of Croatia were around 1000 around 1000 And no one expected the Muslims to have any chances winning that war, but it was the help of Allah subhanaw taala. Actually, there was one

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Nomad, one of the Bedouins who's not from Korea, which is neither from oration or for Muslims. He was actually looking at the he happened to be in that area. So he was observing, was observing what was happening. He was shocked. He was shocked at the fact that the Muslims won that battle, to the point that when the people of Calais started to run away, he said, Hello Bournemouth and he said, he said that they ran away like women that ran away, like women. And this guy, let's run embraces Islam later on after because

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after the Battle of the Trench after the fifth year, or on the fifth year of vigil, he becomes a Muslim himself. And the Prophet SAW Salem actually reminds him, prophesied when he comes, he says, aren't you so? And so? He said, Yes. He said, once you watching the battle of better, he said, Yes, by the way, he was in a distant place. And he never thought anyone saw him. And he said, you said to yourself, when police started running away, they ran away like women. He said to Allah, he must be a messenger from Allah because there was no one around when I said that, no one knows about that incident.

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And we said, who had died who, who killed him was the two young men more and more with my other MA with both of them. And so one of them was hit.

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We said by achromat on his shoulder.

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So his arm was cut off to the point it was it was hanging to the point where he had to step on it and pull it so he could get rid of it and move freely. The other guy

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more and more adamant, I fra was killed actually after, after

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killing a boo boo gehele. In a while in the battle. He himself was killed himself and his brother. He had an older brother called more out with more other than well, more than Maha with him. And

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his brother as well was killed. Both of them were young, they were killed in the battle. So they were among the 18 Muslim martyrs in the Battle of better.

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We said the prophets of salaam had the Sunnah of camping. Every time he won a battle he would camp for three nights he would camp in the place for three nights. So the prophets Allah wa salam was camping there the the martyrs were buried and we said they were not washed. They were not shrouded was shrouded in their own clothes. The President did not prey on them janazah he didn't pray Jenessa on them and that's generally that's the opinion of El Djem Hall among the four car that a Shaheed Shaheed is buried in their own clothes, they're not washed, they're not shrouded and you don't prey upon them. You don't prey upon them.

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The province was let me set the stage three, three nights and he decided to

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take the or the you know the bodies of the 70 people from Mr Qureshi who died he decided to they decided to put them in a ditch to hide them. Except for over a year and a half. When they were about to carry his body started to come off so they would hold his arm it would come off, hold his feet they would come off so on and so forth. The problem said Leave him leave him just you know while we'll just say the whole bit tore up so they started putting dirt and stones on him and he was covered until he was covered completely

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at that time when the battle of weather was taking place.

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We said the prophets was on him lift left Earth man when I found all the Allahu Anhu to look after Medina along with him was

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was with sound avenues eight was younger actually at the time.

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During that time, when the around when the time the battle was taking place, or just the days after a couple of days after or a year old the Allahu anha and her illness passes away. She dies.

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She dies. The Prophet SAW Selim sent Z wo Haritha to inform the Muslims in Medina give them the glad tidings that the Muslims won the battle. So he didn't know how to thaw goes before the Muslims to Medina travels to Medina to tell them the news. Upon arrival in Medina When did he arrive he arrived in Medina right after the burial of Rosa Yeah, Robbie, Allah Anna, the wife of Kathmandu and often will be alone.

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So he had just married his wife. When zip nada came and he was calling on the Muslims in Medina and he said Butina Abuja, Lebanon sham otira to have no idea what to believe, not to Bakula. Shaybah. Gotta be more ayat. All these, by the way, were the leaders, main leaders in Mecca. And the Muslims were in a state of shock, almost disbelief. You know what, what's coming out of your mouth like these people were killed. So no one was expecting that. The Prophet salallahu Salam back to the Battle of budder to the battlefield. As we said camp for three, three nights, then it was time to go back travel back to Medina.

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There were Muslims were getting ready. The prophets of salaam goes to the ditch where they placed the bodies of

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the people of Quraysh who died the prophets of salaam started speaking with them.

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I want to mention exactly what the prophets Allah Who Salam said

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the Prophet SAW Salem goes to the ditch then he starts calling on their names

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yeah abeja *

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yeah, ultimate Abdullah via you are up, but I'm gonna be more accurately calling their names, calling them by name. Then he says to them,

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and he suffered budget to me. What adorable come haka. Didn't you find what Allah promised you in truth?

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Yeah, Falanghina Fulani would call their names. I also recommend nicomachea Tamala Hora Sula. Don't you realize it would have been better for you had you obeyed Allah and His messenger for in birdwatcher the NAMA was born Rabona have we have found what Allah promised us victory? Have you found what Allah promised you are multiple hot tub is observing this and he sees this for the first time. So he's asking is Is exclaiming and he's saying Gallus will Allah ma to kill the moment I said Allah Allah Allah is saying oh my messenger of Allah you're talking to bodies that have no souls in them. And other narration he says yada yada so Allah to kill him or Aquaman cut GG for a G foo.

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You're talking to people have become characters, dead bodies, decomposed bodies. Who took these dead bodies?

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For Karla Rasulillah Salam salam ala the in fcba, the man Tom vs Malema AppDomain. Home by the one in whose hand my soul is.

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You can't hear me better than they can.

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They hear me as much as you can hear me.

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Now they can hear me.

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Well, I can go home hula for the Runa and ug boo. They can't respond to me while you're on your own and you're overdue for your Tubu and they can't come back to repent that this is the dark destiny that these people chose for themselves. Now among the scholars of faith and update as well they say * yes model and what are dead people, are they able to listen or do they hear what living people say to them? This is a huge issue of dispute among Allison. This is one of the issues of al Qaeda where ethno Sunnah the followers of the righteous predecessors have deferred, whether the dead people in the grave when you speak with them, whether they can hear you or not, whether they can

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hear you or not, because Allah Subhan Allah, Allah says in the Quran, WA Entebbe Mazmanian, manful oboe, and you can't make the people in their graves hear you.

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But the person I'm saying that these people hear, hear you, they can hear me just like just as you are able to hear me. And we know in the Hadith, where the prophet is, Allah mentioned how the person is when they are buried in the grave, that they can hear the footsteps of the people who had just buried them as they were leaving.

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So do they hear or not? That's an issue of dispute. It's an issue of dispute, but the strongest opinion is that

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they cannot hear in a way that benefits them. So even though they can hear what you say,

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still doesn't benefit them. They cannot respond, they cannot benefit from them, it's too late. But there's another strong opinion that says they cannot actually hear you at all. But there are exceptions where Allah subhanaw taala makes them hear certain things like this incident with the dead people of Quraysh. Allah enabled them to hear the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam in that specific incident. And the person the dead person when they are buried. Allah allows them to hear the footsteps of the people as they leave the graveyard. So these are exceptions, but the rule is that what we find in the Quran wama interview most men men follow COBOL and you cannot make the

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people who are in their graves here you

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so the Prophet SAW Selim now marches back to Medina upon arrival to Medina he shocked by the news that are you

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Probably Allahu Allah had passed away.

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In spite the Prophet Salam is having such a great victory, but life is life. Life is life. So the prophets of Allah meets with man, I'm not a fan. He says to him, like a Jew wanna see boo? Allah Julian.

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Look, I just want to see you, man Shahida but done, you will get the reward of the people who witnessed the Battle of better took part in the Battle of battle. And you will get your share from the war booty from the spoils of war.

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But obviously now,

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if man I'm not a fan is shocked because his relationship to a year was an extremely beautiful relationship.

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And now he's lonely. And we know that with Milan I found went with a year through many difficult a lot of difficult times. So in Maccha, it was difficult for them, so they had to migrate to Abyssinia to inhibition and then emigrated to Abyssinia and they lived there for a while. And although it was safe for Muslims in Abu Senia, but you know, they didn't like the culture there.

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They didn't like the environment, and Jolo if Allah Subhan Allah makes us live long enough to come to the moment when there was still up until this moment there was still Muslims in Abbey senior by the way, like Jaffa ignored the toilet but he's now at this moment in the Sierra. He's still an abbey senior. And these people come back around here six after Hijra. The majority of the Muslims who lived in Abbey senior will come back around your six after Angela and the wife of Jaffa butala will actually

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complain because some issue happens between her and some other women she thinks and then she says to them. You think we were living in luxury when we were in Abyssinia? These are people who are it's hard to live among them. Their culture was different. The religion was different their habits and norms were different. And probably there were you know, the the Muslims of Makkah and Medina were particular with regards to their lifestyle. So it was difficult for them to live among the people in Abyssinia at the time.

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So Roca, yeah. And Kathmandu and I found they live there and they suffered. And then they had to come back. They came to Makkah and then they migrated with the Prophet salallahu salam to Medina, one of the Muslims.

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young Muslims in the battle was Haritha he passed away his mother came upon the arrival of the prophets of salaam she approaches the messenger salaam, she says, Where is my son?

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Is he in paradise and I'll be patient or will he be going to some other place? So I show you will how much I wail and cry.

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The Prophet salallahu Salam turns to her and he says Yamaha our hability he says oh, oh woman you're crazy. Or you're crazy.

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In her Lisa dinette and Wahida been here Jeanette he thinks not only one garden it's many gardens we're in now we'll have food for those will Allah and he's in the highest isn't in the for dosa Allah engine. So the woman was happy and satisfied

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the mother of Murad and

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my ad and oh,

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okay, well, I don't know if my dad is the one who took part in killing Bucha *, and his brother is Aoife, both of them. We said were martyred in the Battle of

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in the Battle of battle. And at the time, it was the norms of the Arab of the Arabs. At the time, when someone died in a house, the women would gather together and we start screaming and wailing in unison

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So they would support each other and help each other whaling for days. So this was a norm. This was the general practice. And by the way, sometimes in some Arab countries, probably others as well. They still do this, which is haram. But up until that moment, it was not haram. Actually, the prophet Allah makes that haram after the Battle of ahead. It was wasn't held on. So women would gather in a house, and they would help the mother for example of the deceased cry as a chorus, they would cry together and start singing, you know, songs of sadness and crying and so on and so forth.

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So would they would bring out all the sadness. So

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I frog the mother of Murad, and she was actually having this kind of event in her house after the death, or the martyrdom of her two sons and women were crying.

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So who was there who was attending this? It was the wife of the prophets of salaam soda. So they've been to Ibiza of the hola hola and the wife of the Prophet Cyrus. When she's

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spent that day with them. Then she left she came back to the house of the prophets Awesome. Now, we said the Muslims kept captive 70 of the people of Polish they killed one of them. They actually, there's not one narration that mentions they killed two. So for sure they killed one of them which was Akbar. Right? We said, Rob, you might as the one who put the intestine of the camel on the back of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam one day when he was praying there, GABA. And one day he actually held the Prophet salam from when he was praying from the back of his collar and he tightened it to the point where the Prophet SAW Selim was suffocating almost to death. Abubaker came and he broke,

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he pushed him away.

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And there are some variations were actually rocked by Ben White came and when the Prophet son was making sujood he put his foot on the neck or on the back on the neck of the Prophet Solomon, he pushed her to the Prophet SAW, Selim said I almost died, almost died.

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So that's about No, no, I'd be more I have the problem brought him in the battlefield. And he said, all of these things you've done, there's no way you can you can stay alive. So he works executed. There was someone else's Well, another common Hadith I believe, some narrations indicate as well that he was, he was killed.

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Because he had he was he was very aggressive against the Muslims. So

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the Muslims treated the captives with so much respect. They actually give them food better than their own foot. And these are people who were killing Muslims persecuting Muslims chasing Muslims, pushing, you know, trying to get Muslims to leave their religion.

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And they were fighting in the battlefield. Muslims took them as captive, they gave them the best food they had. They took good care of them. And we know Allah Subhana Allah says in surah two in CERN when he describes the believers we will do a Mona Bahama had our hook be miskeen why a team and what a seal and they give the food even though they need it and they want it they and they like it they give it they fever others with it.

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Like a beam skin to poor people, way a team and an orphans what a Sierra and their captives. So they give preference to their captives when it comes to the food over themselves. That's the believers in nema. annata in Macomb, leeward. Hila learn read domain comm Jezza and voila should we give you the food will offer you that food for the sake of Allah for the face of Allah subhanaw taala alone. We don't expect anything from you. We don't expect any thanks. We don't expect any gratitude.

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And that's how the Muslim lives Muslim lives expecting reward from Allah subhanaw taala not from people. You're good with people not because you expect people to respect you in return. If they respect you and hamdulillah if they return the favor perfect. But if they don't do that, you're not expecting anything in the first place. You're dealing with Allah subhanaw taala through the people as he says. He says letter that to Amelie nasty agilely nurse

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while I can Amelie nasally Angela.

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treat people well deal with them for the sake of Allah so when you're actually dealing with Allah subhanaw taala through these people, they wronged you

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don't do the same. You don't succumb to their low standards. You still do what is what is best. So the Muslims took very good care of the captives they brought them to

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they brought them to Medina.

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so Suhaila mineral Hamel, one of the leaders, big leaders, influential people in Mecca. He was brought to the house of the prophets of Solomon he was put in the room or the chamber of soda, probably Allah Juana. So she has come from the wedding party. She came to the house she opens the daughter she she's so Hallo Hamlet, she's shocked. This is one like she's from Mecca. She's from Makkah, and this is a respected This is a senior respected band from Mecca. She was shocked. So she looks at him and with so much anger, she turns to him and she says to him,

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he says about your Ziad. That's his cornea. Yeah, but yours yet.

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I thought it wouldn't be a decom Allah midterm KERAMA she says, You guys put yourself in trouble to the point that you were humiliated and taken captive. You should have died.

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You should have fought to death.

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If you were a man, if you really wanted to preserve your dignity, you should have fought to death. What put yourself in such a humiliating position. She's a she's a human being. Hopefully Allah when she saw a man that that she grew up in her in her in her city in her tribe. This man was always respected. Now she sees him humiliated. This was a big shock for her extreme shock for her. That's her normal, the human side of who she is. So she said a word that wasn't really appropriate. She

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said you guys should have fought to death instead of you being humiliated like this. Who was in the room but she hadn't noticed the prophets of Allah himself.

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The prophets on here is this and he says yeah soda to her Lena Allah Allahu Allah Sula problem says, Yes, soda, are you inciting him against Allah and His messenger?

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What did she say? She didn't say I didn't mean it. I didn't mean this, I didn't mean that. She tends to the Prophet Salah Salem and she says Your boss will Allah when Allah de batha will help. She's almost NGO of Allah bow, the one who sent you with the truth, man, Malik turneffe, see Hina or a to obey as it says I could not control myself, I could not control my impulse. When I saw obey easy this man solopreneur animal and his hands are tied up to his neck with a rope. And it just came out of my mouth.

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It came out of math Proxxon forgive her.

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And that shows that as human beings, no matter how righteous you are, and how learned you are and how educated you are, sometimes words come out of our mouth. Sometimes you don't feel well in a situation something like you know, there are moments when you feel really clumsy. Not only physically sometimes mentally, and you know, you're having a bad day. Like sometimes with your spouse with your friend. Everything you say seems to be wrong.

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Right? Any word you say seems to upset the other person. It happens. We're human beings. And this happens is the responsibility of the other person not to hold you accountable.

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Not to like, you know, lie in wait for any mistake. And they jump on, you know, the prophesied and realized she was a woman. She had this one point of weakness, a man that she respected a man she grew up and he was respected in his people. She holds him in high esteem. Now she sees him in such a humiliated position. She was shocked.

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It was such a shocking, you know, situation. Imagine someone you respect all your life, all of a sudden you see them and you see them humiliated.

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You will be shocked to the core. That was her experience. The prompts that he let go of it. These things happen. We're human beings. And it shows that you we shouldn't be hard against ourselves. When something comes out of your mouth, or word comes out of your mouth. You don't really intend it.

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I'll say I'm gonna seek forgiveness from Allah, Spanish Allah if it's wrong, and focus on you know, just doing the right thing instead of beating yourself down because of this, this word. So the prophets I said, I'm just notified soda, and it made it didn't make a big deal. out of out of that.

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With the spoils of war, we previously said something that

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the Prophet saw someone was waiting for Allah Subhana Allah to reveal something about the spoils of war when they were still in the battlefield. And we said Savin us came with a sword that he managed to get. And he wanted it. He loved he fell in love with the sword.

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And you know, people who are

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who do any kind of fighting or martial arts when there are weapons, they really love their weapons. So those who do samurai they love this sword. Really like good drivers at work as well love their cars, right? And they have a good sense for a good car. People who love for example, archery, they love a specific board specific type of arrows. And people who do shooting, they love a specific type of rifle. Right? That's their favorite, they fall in love. And they sometimes they fall in love with a piece they fall in love with, with a piece and oftentimes that like they, they they actually they say words of love, like an Arabic who doesn't know they say poetry of love with regards to their

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sword or the rifle or their

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weapon, whatever it is so sad, because he fell in love with that sword. So he came to the Prophet Solomon said, Give it to me, I want this the person said I can't give it to you. Until Allah revealed something about how we should distribute the spoils of war. So sentiment for us was was a little bit of like, he felt a little bit upset, disappointed. He said, I fought today so hard. And you know, someone else takes the sword that I got.

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Then someone calls him he says the Prophet I must speak to you. So he thought Allah subhanaw taala was going to punish him because of the thought process that was going in his head, this voice that was playing in his head. So he goes when it goes to the prophets I send them the problem says Allah revealed how we should deal with the spoils of war, and they were divided.

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And the sword that you wanted to fill in my share, fill in the share of the profit, salsa, and the profit and said so I gift it to you take it. The prophets of salaam gave it to him

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Now in Makkah, Abu Sufyan reaches makiya.

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And he still doesn't know what happened. He will make you have not received the news yet. Someone, one of the people of course, he's one of the first people to run away. He reads to my canal and he tells him tells them the news. People Macedon believe him. He says Abu Jamal was killed. He was killed. Shaybah was killed will lead when she was killed. Omar Abdullah was killed. I leave the son of Mao was killed all these people. And these are who these are the leaders like none of the leaders was spared none of them. None of them.

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So they didn't believe in Him. And the son of software of omega one he was still in Mecca. He didn't believe in that. Someone asked me last week about Ebola Brian, was are you okay? I will have did not take part in the Battle of better. Ebola was still in Makkah. Why I don't know. But he didn't believe in that he didn't believe the news when it first arrived. He said you must be lying. There must be something wrong with that. But then others started to arrive in Makkah and share the same news. Mecca was in a state of shock. Like they were not they were expecting the army to come back victorious. Because it's 1000 well equipped army against only 300 people who were not ready for a

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So then the news really shocked them. Bucha * was shocked himself and by the way lab was shocked himself. By the way a Buddha had died soon after he experienced the disease. He had a disease and the disease was basically some kind of virus, or bacteria that started to make his body rotten, started smell bad. His body is is arms and his his abdomen and his thighs were getting rotten.

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And they would smell bad.

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And they would swell. And they would produce pus, very disgusting, painful state. And he would scream day and night, out of pain not knowing what to do. He couldn't even work loads.

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To the point that his family because of the stench and the smell, bad smell that was coming out of his body that had to leave the house. They left him alone in the house. They couldn't come near him.

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And then he died a few days later he died. And they could not even get into the house out of fear of the contamination.

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So what did they do? His family brought piles of dirt and they just put it on his body and the left him in his house. Just like that. That's Ebola hub. So now that shows actually the leaders of Maccha are gone. That generation is gone is wiped out.

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Now also Fianna is in Makkah.

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He's one of the sort of the youth he's like, he was a middle aged person. He wasn't considered to be one of the leaders in Mecca. But now he finds himself to be the leader. Because all of the elderly ones, all of the seniors are dead. All of a sudden he'd has to take leadership of Mk.

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So the people of Makkah start wearing the same habit, start wailing and wedding. Abu Sufyan says there's no welling, you guys can't Well, because that would actually, you know, destroy your reputation. Make us

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you know, make the like a tale for everyone in the Arabian Peninsula that we were defeated by a small army by Mohammed. And he then he made an oath that I would not take a bath. I would not take a bath until I go and I lead a military expedition against Mohammed.

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Allah Hila have tested his will lie he left assuming Jana Zhu Mohammed will not take a listen. By the way, the Arabs used to take a course because that was from the remains of the religion of Ibrahim. And he said after having *, they would actually take a bath. So he said I will not take a whistle until I lead a military expedition against Muhammad.

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He actually does. So he goes around 200 people and the stretches sneak into Medina they realize they can't. They can't with 200 people they can't do anything. So they find some Muslim farmers, they attack one of them, they kill him and they leave but Abu Sufian you know fulfill this oath. So now he can take a bath. So they started taking a bath after that. So that was it

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so now what to do with the captives what to do with the captives. So the Prophet SAW Selim issued to them if you want to be freed

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Your family has to run some mu, they have to pay a certain amount of money. And this would actually strengthen the Muslims because the Muslims up until that moment were extremely poor, lacking in finances. So it family, your family would ransom you. And that's it. So everyone who could send the ransom from the families of a mecca they sent them. People were freed based on that. But there was some of them, who had no family or had a poor family. And there was no ransom sent for them. So the prophets of salaam thought you said, Who among the, by the way before all of this problem offered the Muslim, if any, any of them became a Muslim, they would be freed. They'd be freed they would be

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free to live in Medina and they'd become Muslims. That's it. The last panelist speaks about this and saw that and and felt, yeah, you want to be your coolamon demon fi ad communal Ursula. Yeah, and me la houfy, who do become how you run your decompile on Nima, okay. I mean, come

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on Messenger of Allah, till the captives that you have, that if Allah knows there is goodness in your heart, that Allah will give you better than that.

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And Allah will give you a better than, than what was taken from you, and Allah will forgive your sins. That's if they obviously become a Muslim,

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in truth.

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So the ones who could not be ransomed, the problem offered them, whoever could read and write, to teach 10 of the Muslim children how to read and write. So that's the first time as far as I personally know there was something like social service offered in this way. You want to free yourself. Instead of staying as a captive, you can do social service by educating, teaching the children of the Muslims how to read and write how to read and write. So each one of them who could read and write, they took on 10 of the children of the Muslims, and they started teaching them how to read and writes. So the Muslims were excelling now. So in the battlefield, they were excelling.

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And now, there were a lot of their kids. Now we're learning how to read and write. This was such a huge breakthrough in the Arabian Peninsula, the Arabs were an illiterate nation. That didn't depend on writing and documentation. The only form of documentation for them was memory, was memory. And their memories were exceptional. We spoke about that previously, their memories were exceptional. So one of them would hear like a poem that's made of 100 lines. And they would memorize it from the first time they hear it, they would commit it to memory upon hearing it once, hearing it once this was a common practice. Among those, there was a common phenomenon, it was like you were not

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considered to be genius. If you had like 100 lines of poetry, and this stuck to your memory, that were you weren't considered to be genius. That was the case. That was the norm. And it was kept among the Arabs, but it deteriorated until it just disappeared.

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There are people still have this gift of memory, by the way, until today, sometimes it's torture. I remember reading a few years back about a Russian guy who had an issue with his brain that he could not forget anything.

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Anything and this man was going crazy. He remembers everything, every detail in his life from you know, as much as he was the time he was conscious until now and it was driving him crazy. So the fact that we forget is actually a gift from Allah subhanaw taala.

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And there's the famous story, you know, of some of the Khalifa.

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So one of the caliphs and Muslim caliphs that he was actually, he was capable of memorizing a poem upon hearing it once. And he had a servant, a male servant, who could memorize it upon hearing it twice. And he had a female servant who was capable of memorizing any poem upon hearing it three times. So he actually put together a system a set up for poets, and he says, Any poet who could come up with a poem, I never heard of

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that, I don't know, I would give him gold, and the gold would be proportionate to the weight of the piece on which he wrote his poem. So you can make it as long as long as possible to get more gold. So poets were actually coming to this Calif, today's palace, and offering him in our new lines of poetry that they originated.

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And he would hear that poem for the first time and he would memorize it. So upon finishing their poem, he would say, Oh, I know that already. Comes a shock. I just wrote it, like, how would you know it? I know it and I can even you know, just, you know, recited to you from beginning to end verbatim.

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So the Bible says No way. Yeah.

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And then he starts reciting the whole poem from beginning to end.

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No mistake.

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So the poet is in shock. And he says, and don't think I'm the only one who knows about it. Even my seven knows about it now with the seven has heard it twice, first from the poet second from the Caliph, right? So it's memorized it now upon hearing it twice. So even my seven knows it getting the guy would be hiding in the background, bring him say, Bring him and he would recite the whole poem.

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And you can imagine the, you know, the face how the face of the poet looks like, then the Caliph would say, and you think we are the only one who know it. Now there's even one of my female servants knows that

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one of the maids, that's unbelievable. So now this female servant has heard it three times from the poet, the Caliph, and the male servant. She comes and she resized the whole poem, and the guys is in extreme shock. So this was like this was frustrating. This was really a disappointing, frustrating experience for the poet's until one of the great scholars of the Arabic language linguists and Osma and Imam Al ASMI. Reminding us may he realizes what the trick of the caliph is. So he writes some lines of poetry that like there were unbelievable.

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Actually, let me get them for you. Since we're talking about it and we have internet can do that

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so even though you don't know Arabic You can actually feel you know the linguistic rhythm in it's

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so it says basically, so to Sophie real bully bully Heyyo. Japan will be thermally Allah was Roma and masa harina hull McCauley, want to say ye that he was a ye say ye the wonderful lady. Welcome welcome to Your Money. Jose Ulan. Akan Cali cut off to me in which Nettie he left me what del hydralie Were called to boost bus Bassetti further mutual Bill Mobley what God Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah wa Radha Mohan do really well who Duma balaban min fairly has a Rajamouli well, well one at 120 wali yeah were you ready for call Tula to well Willie what the uni locally and Amara to HashMap on URI dua you're on Corbelli rabada Hola, react Fe Illa BP Bill was slowly Barletta who

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Hain Akka in hub would be Noakhali will fit yet on yes of it yet in your school, your school in any Ohio you were 10 Cal Asada, Lee, and so on. And so this is only a small part of it. So it's quite repetitive and has so many short syllables and repetitive words. And now the caliph is hearing it and he's confused.

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It's trying to catch up. It's done to memorize but he couldn't memorize it right now. He's stuck.

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He's stuck. So he said, So when when US mine was done with it, and he says, okay, so have you heard this before?

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So the Caliph tries to recite it, but he's unable to catch it is quite confusing.

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Then he turns in, he says, check with the servant, maybe he managed to catch it. The seven is more confused. Check with the female seven, she's even more confused.

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Now, you know, he's the caliph is in trouble, says okay, then you win. We'll give you the gold right? We'll give you the gold. Give us the piece where you wrote this on. So us mine he says, I wrote it on a piece of marble

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on a huge, you know, cylinder of marble.

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He says, Where is it? It's, it's in the luggage outside. So they brought it and actually consumed everything that was in the treasury, the weight of it. And he said, I don't want the gold, you keep it. But he just wanted to teach that Caliph a lesson not to you know, play that game on the on the poet's

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so so the Muslims, as we said, Now the Muslims are treating, trying to treat the, the treating the captives, as you know, as we said, in a good way. Some of them were random. Then they were freed. Some of them they started teaching these kids. So the Muslims were learning now they were advancing. As we said, millet, millet, militarily speaking, they were advancing, they were getting ahead of everyone else, in terms of education now, so they became the most educated actually city in the Arabian Peninsula with all this number of kids learning how to read and write. When it was you could find in a city two or three people Max, who were able to read and write so that Muslims now we're

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getting ahead of everyone else in terms of education, and you can imagine the impact is left on the Muslims later on.

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There were people who were extremely poor and they were not educated they could not teach you know how to read and write the prophets of salaam let them go

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perfSonar let them go among the captives was allowes ignore Robbia Assam navabi is the son in law of the Prophet SAW Selim is the husband of Xena, probably Allahu Ana Zeynep was a Muslim she was in Makkah, and that's her husband who was still a non Muslim.

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The province of Solomon he sees him.

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He approaches him. And he says, when you go back to Mecca, I want you to send Zane up. I want to send him to be with me,

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allow us in Nairobi accepts he says Fine, I will send and he agrees with the profits loss.

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Now, some people started coming from Mecca carrying the ransoms from the families back then the ransom came for a loss of not labia, it was some money. And it was a necklace. It comes to the hand of the Prophet, son of the Prophet of them, calls it in his hand and he cries.

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It was emotional.

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And this was the necklace of Xena, of the Allahu Ana she sent it along with some money in order to match the ransom of her husband.

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When the Prophet son looks at that,

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who do you think he remembers Hadid? Probably Allah why now that's his wife, as his wife because this was the wedding gift of Zainab the her mother Khadija gave it to her. So this was the necklace of Khadija in the first place. So the Prophet Solomon was Khadija Roby Allahu Allah

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then the Prophet and says that the Companions know what are Atum and Tala dolla kala data just to the Muslims? What do you think if we send her back her necklace, the Muslims in animus Lee agreed. They said we'll send back and Nicholas then the porcelain confirms with us in the labia that I want you to send Xena with me than he agrees with him on a certain place between Mecca and Medina where he sent Xena and the problem send Z wo Haritha, who was named at the Times aw Muhammad, he was considered to be the son adopted son of the prophets of salaam who was considered to be the brother of Xena at the time. So the process that I'm sent him to go with another person from Assad to go and

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pick Zainab, this was about a month after the Battle of better at this stage.

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non Muslims in Medina like Abdullah, nobody, even a saloon and his followers realized the Muslims were getting stronger. So he thought of a strategy. He said we can't stay like Arabs and non Muslims. Muslims are getting stronger Muslim, Muhammad also is getting a strong reputation of being a strong army.

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You know, I think it's a better strap better strategy for him, he decided to pretend to be Muslim and this is where hypocrisy was born as a phenomenon.

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So that's the time where he becomes the monarch and the this phenomenon of the monarchy clean becomes a big issue in the Muslim community in Medina.

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some incident incidents happened after this after the Battle of better. For example, we have the closest to the Muslims in because the Muslims lived in Medina, the the Jewish tribes lived in the outskirts where they had their own fortress had their own

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protected places. The closest one to the Muslims was

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benoquin Okada is in the books of Sierra there is an aeration that is mentioned, although some scholars does challenge it. But it's mentioned that a Muslim lady was in the marketplace. And she was buying some gold from a Jewish merchant.

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And they wanted her to show her face uncover her face, she refused. So that Jewish sneak from behind her and he tied up the tip of her jewel Bab the tip of her garments to her back. So when she stood up, her Ira was exposed.

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She screamed, because, you know, to people like this for her IRA to be exposed, probably that's more painful than death to people who have such an honor. She was She screamed, there was a Muslim there who who realized what had happened. So he rushes to that Jew person and he kills him.

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This was a Jewish market. So they jump on the Muslim and they kill him. The Prophet SAW Selim sends to the Bank of Canada. He says, You give me the man who ill the people who killed the Muslim.

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You give me this group who killed the Muslim because they need to be executed Life for life? They said no.

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So they gather in their Hessen and the fortress, which was protected like strong walls. They had everything inside by the way they had self sufficiency state of self sufficiency. They have their food, they had their cattle, it was all inside. It was a self sufficient self contained city. It's more

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All city by itself.

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So they said, You think we are like Qureshi that you can defeat us. So they challenged the problem. They said, We're not going to send them. The President said, I don't want war with you. We just want to,

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you know, bring to justice, the people who had killed the Muslim. They said no.

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So they keep the sort of take shelter in that fortress, and the province of them sets a siege around them. And they refuse to give up, then the province of Salem keeps the siege and he threatens them after one threat. They realize that we can't, you know, keep resisting against Muhammad anymore. So they say to Muhammad Salim, you know, leave us leave us alone. Leave us alone, and we will find a solution. He said, No,

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no, I gave you an opportunity a chance. And you refused it. I told you guys hand me those ones. And you said no.

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Now there's no time for you to say okay, let's consider the option again.

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So they said so what should we do? He said, You give up you surrender, and then I make a decision about you.

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So they gave up and the Muslims took over the fortress, the Hassan

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and he takes their men as captive.

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Some narrations say there were 400 men, some of them say there was 700 Men, a big population. The Prophet SAW Selim was considering different options.

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Who approaches the Prophet SAW Selim Abdullah Abdullah obey eveness

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he says her hola laughy Juan Manuel Lee. He comes to the Prophet Solomon says up look my Wiley he says Free my allies

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for in any era Julian actual help

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will actually caliber

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up luckily my family he came to the brothel in a very rude manner he says you know set free my allies I'm a person who fears times of war and I need my protection to be these people. I have a covenant and agreement with them and alliance with them and they protect me and I protect them. The Prophet son turned away from him he said up look the Rasul Allah uplift my family

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in the homily problems turns away from him. He comes to the Prophet Solomon he holds him from the collar men JB he from here.

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By the way, j and the common Arab usage now is pocket J is the caller. Okay? Allah says in the Quran, you'd mean Allah hidden, I mean Gela BBN, they put their scarf over their collars. They cover their necks, that's the jilbab. So he holds the Proxxon from the neck and he says Dr. Mohammad, up look, Ma Li.

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He says Mohammed free my, my allies.

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The prophets of Solomon, he sees the situation like this, and he doesn't like this incessant, you know, pushy attitude. He says I'd love to hemlock.

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Like in Laos, I can only be

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I will set them free for you, but they don't stay here.

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And they were pushed, and they'll to leave Medina to for exile, because they already had a covenant with the prophets of Allah when he was selling them. By the way. When the President first arrived in Medina, there was a covenant with the Jews of mutual respect. And there was

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there was a penal law that they all agreed upon. So then killing the Muslim, they refused to abide by that agreement. So that was a violation of that.

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Agreement. Something else also happens there was a threat coming from Nigeria, Nigeria is the middle of the Arabian Peninsula,

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from the tribe of copper fan, tribe of Otter fan will actually gathering people and they were trying to gather 10,000 soldiers to fight the Muslims. And he said, since the Muslims have defeated Quraysh now there is something these people are really serious. There are real danger to the Arabs in the Arabian Peninsula. You know, let's get rid of them.

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So the proxim realizes we can't deal with an army like this. So he decided to preemptively deal with them. And the shows the process kept an eye on everything that was happening. He wasn't sitting back and relaxing and Medina, the prophets of salaam was keeping up with everything that was happening around him. And as we said previously, he would usually be 123 steps ahead of everyone else.

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The Prophet son was calculating everything and he was aware of everything.

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So he decides to deal preemptively with the tribe of ortofon and under plan so what how did the Prophet Salam deal with them inshallah we'll find out next week we ignore Allah He to Allah. And we will stop here. So we can take a couple of questions and show a lot before then for actual

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This is probably jumping the gun

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as I mentioned that

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way from Jennifer

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she mentioned that they were in problem then why didn't they join with profit centers and I'm waiting to wait till battler?

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That's a good question.

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If it was difficult for the Muslims in Amazonia why didn't they join the Prophet salam after migrating to Medina because that journey wasn't easy in the first place it was such a big move number two the Muslims were not still not safe

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the Muslims really started to feel a little bit safe in Medina around the year five after Hyjal after the Battle of 100 that's it

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that's when the Muslims started to feel some safety in Medina that okay no one is gonna attack us this is why the problem after the hype after 100 cars with Kanak says Alia woman a resume Allah Arizona says From now on

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we will attack them no one will attack us

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so only then the Muslim started to feel some safety so that's when the Muslims

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from Abyssinia started joining because they couldn't take such a difficult lengthy journey specially that he would be on the way and they don't know it's a it's a dangerous route and then come to Medina and even not know whether their safety or not so still it was a dangerous situation that's why they state Yeah

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Where did

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okay these bundles these bundles I know ha they moved to a sham

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to probably Jordan, Syria Palestine, but they were wiped out for some reason. Now the books of Sierra mention for the Hulu Russia army had phenol until they were annihilated. How?

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I don't personally know I haven't found anything specifically about them. Yeah.

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It was a lot.

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Okay, so Zainab was married to a non Muslim only Allah and

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up until that moment, there was nothing about, you know,

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a Muslim

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who's married to a non Muslim that they should divorce them.

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But it was not allowed for a Muslim to marry a non Muslim, regardless.

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Initiate a marriage

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after Islam, but people who are already because Xena was married to Al Asad neurobion, before Islam,

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so there was no issue about them having to divorce. But Xena probably Allahu anha. When she, as we will see she will move to Medina. And she would not, she would actually wait for her husband because she was expecting him to become a Muslim and he became a Muslim. He became a Muslim. So this is why some of the fuqaha they say if a woman becomes a Muslim should she leave her husband, they say she should try to get him to come to Islam. First before she leaves him. She tried to get him to come to Islam and give him some time and opportunity. And if he refuses, she should leave him and she can wait for him hoping that he might come to Islam. And that's what Zenith did. She left her husband,

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she waited for him she did not marry anyone else.

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And when he became a Muslim he joined herba

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pipe will stop here in sha Allah duck Allah. Hi, Ron. So Allah said I'm gonna see them on your side.

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