Life Of The Prophet 31

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The conversation covers the history and cultural context of Muslim leaders leading a fight against evil behavior. The emotional and psychological impacts of the fight are discussed, including the emotional impact of the fight and the psychological impact of the attack on the group. The conflict is over a riverfront and the speakers discuss various actions taken by the host, including drinking beer and waiting for the night. The conflict is disjointed and difficult to follow.

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Bismillah

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim

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Smolen hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah. While early he was so happy woman Voila, well that I do. So inshallah This is a new halacha on the life of the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam this year of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa salam and

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the sisters can come over to the masala area the dividers are set him the land the sisters have there's a screen as well for the sisters there so please the sisters you can move on to the masala area, the dividers are there inshallah.

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And the screen is set for you.

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That will go to a point where we said the mother of Annecy of nomadic or the Allahu Anhu

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that her husband had, he actually left to a sham because he feared that the prophets Allah Saddam was going to make alcohol haram. So he said in other modules available Bill Hamid, I can see that this man is actually speaking about alcohol in a way that shows that give an impression that there might be made haram and we're in the middle on that hospital anhand I'm a man that who could not live his life without alcohol. So he decided actually to leave Medina, he decides to leave Medina and he goes to a sham and he dies in a sham as a as a non Muslim. So he said a man from Assad, a boy call her

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a very good man, well mannered man, he approached

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almost William, the mother of anus. And he asked for her in marriage. And she said a man like you cannot be turned turned away. I can't turn down your offer. But well I can

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move on carefully, but you are a non Muslim.

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Keep that as a word Yukawa anti taboo harsher button. Nahata Abdi fauna fuller? How do you want me to marry you when you are worshipping a piece of wood that is made by my servant, like your God is made one by seven, you want me to marry you like it doesn't make sense. And it shows that anything other than the worship of Allah subhanaw taala is actually illogical, illogical, no matter how people build build arguments around it, like people of Croatia, the time the pagans at the time they had arguments as to,

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to justify the worship of other than Allah to worship idols to worship stones, statues, and it seemed to make sense to the people. And the problem is when people grow up in a society or they grew up in a culture grew up, when people grow up in a culture, they become blind to the faults of that culture.

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They become blind to the fault of that culture. Let's see people grow up in a society where there's a certain form a specific form of oppression, prevalent in the society and it's okay. It's like so common, that is become normal. A generation that grows up in that environment actually grows up to see nothing wrong with that injustice. Unless they educate themselves. Unless they get some learning and they start to see the blind spots and then they start working against them. The same thing like people Qureshi, actually, the the, the what seemed to be a logical argument was to worship idols, not worship idols. It sounded weird.

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It was socially unacceptable. It didn't make sense. That's why Allah subhana reports about them when the prophets of salaam came and called them to the worship of Allah subhanaw taala alone, like what was their like? counter argument to the Prophet Salah Salem, they said a journal editor Isla Anwar Haider, is he going to make all these guys into one? Like, it doesn't make sense to them. So you can see that's the power of culture, and Subhanallah every culture thinks that they are the best. We live at a times when we are so

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like arrogant about globalization and global culture. And we think we have reached the apex of human civilization and human knowledge and like open mindedness. That's what we think. That's what we think. But times will come when in the class of history students will study, you know, the nonsense that we used to take for granted who used to accept without question that's, that's inevitable with every culture that's inevitable, with every civilization every time.

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So she said to me, how can I like she said, I'll give you whatever you want gold and silver I have that I'm a rich person. She says, I don't want that. My only Maha Midori, if you want to marry me is to become a Muslim.

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is how can I do that? She says, go to the Prophet salallahu Salam, so he goes to the messenger Salam, and the messenger was with

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Some of his companions, he sees a bottle how common the problem says to the Companions. And the problem had to realize that they mustn't just solve them had Furiosa, which is a sense of intuition, a deep insight who could look into someone and recognize a lot about that person. So when he saw a bottle coming, he said, Look, come on mobile. Ha. We're all lotto Islami been at a&e.

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Our toll has come is approaching us and I can see the brightness, the beauty of Islam on his forehead, I can see it on his face. I can see it on his face and Subhanallah this also shows the connection between the state of the heart and the physical body, the physical body and there's a strong connection between you know, the physical, the heart itself, the spiritual heart, and our physical state Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran from a URI dilla who, any idea who you are shall sit down a hole in Islam, whoever Allah wants to guide when Allah wants to guide someone. Allah expands their chest. For Islamic comes receptive, it finds peace, tranquility with Islam with

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the truth, one main unit, you will know who you are and Sandra Hoda, you can halogen can Amaya saw Adolphe sama. And if Allah wants someone to go misguided leave the misguided. Allah will make the chest contracts, as if they are ascending up in the horizon. You know, when someone goes up in the horizon, the URL become thin, it's hard to breed, the person feels that their chest is contracted.

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So there is a strong there's a physical connection, there's a connection between the physical senses, the physical state of the person, the physiology, and the heart and the heart. And this is why Subhanallah Imam look at him says, I think that's in his book of beneva week prophetic medicine. He says any people, he says you will find those who oppose Islam, and those who have enmity towards Islam in the later years, they their faces will start to resemble a pourraient animals and abhorrent animals, by the way are different from culture to culture. But the Arab culture among the most abhorrent hated animals that they are looked down upon are dogs and pigs,

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dogs and pigs. So he says you will find most of those. And he says, a person who doesn't have a sense of protectiveness over their honor, they don't have real they don't have protective distance towards the females in their family. He says you will find that these people will grow up to be in the resemblance of a pig. And you can see it on their face.

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And he said a person who says well and then people who are basically will have no morality whatsoever. People who are cheap.

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People are pragmatic they will end up he says resembling the shape of a more the face of a dog and so on and so forth. So all of that and he says what then you he says what many in

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the other huddle.

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Know what he

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and then Cuba he says you will find the believer when he's older you will find light coming out of his face. Believers. Honestly sometimes you see it with some people have, you can see people who are really close to Allah subhanaw taala I remember one day I was in Malaysia and I prayed in that were invited in a masjid that was built. It wasn't like a government Masjid. It was built by the people in that area was a very, very rich, very rich area. Were very nice people Subhanallah very practicing people. So invited there and gave a speech and there was an older person. He came in shook hands and I saw that, like, before he came I was giving a talk. And every time I was given a

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talk, he always caught my sight. There is so much light that comes from that old man, that Subhanallah I just wanted to go and hug him. I felt that I have this connection with him but his face was full of light Subhanallah and I took a selfie with

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just for my own records. But honestly so when after the after the talk, I went and I reached out to him and I gave him Salama, give him a big hug. And I said, you don't have no idea. Subhanallah how beautiful your face looks like.

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And I figured out he was no special man who is no special man. But as soon as you have a conversation with him, you can see you can just feel how clean his heart is. His heart is so clean like this man doesn't seem to have any kind of like hatred, jealousy, envy or negativity about him. He's so chill. He's so beautiful. So and Allah never forget the face of that man, really probably the most beautiful person I've ever seen in my life and with such a light in his face. And he was a normal person. He wasn't like a scholar. He wasn't a learned person. It didn't seem to be anything special. But Subhanallah something about him is just so special. And everyone who was with me in

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that visit. They agreed to that they said like his face is so beautiful. May Allah preserve him.

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So the Prophet SAW Allah He sees a

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Hotel honey said Jack from Abu Talha Islami Bina in a hotel has come to you as approaching us. And I can see Islam on his forehead, the light of Islam on his forehead. So he came to the Prophet and salam explained the situation to him and he said, I want to become a Muslim. And he became Muslim. And he married, almost Salim, the mother of underspin. Malik.

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Malik is the servant of the Prophet SAW Selim the famous companion, his mother is almost Celine, and about all her married almost Salim. And

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somebody might say, Oh, he married her, or he became Muslim because he wanted to marry her.

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Like that's, that's a common issue. Somebody might say, like, I'm doing something good. I want to do it for the sake of Allah but I'm getting paid for it.

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Doesn't that like break my intention? Now there is a God ADA or there's a principle among the scholars they say, Alec T sab, la une fe, T sub, they say, any benefit lug if there is something, something that is benefit, you get benefit from it, but you're doing it for the sake of Allah and it's inherently good. There is no contradiction, they call they could go hand in hand, if you maintain your intention that you're doing this for the sake of Allah, you're doing this for the, for the overall benefit that gives about and yet you get some, like, let's say, maybe some recognition, some reputation, maybe some finances, maybe some access to certain things, you're getting that by

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the way as a byproduct, then there's no contradiction. There's not gonna as long as you maintain your intention, sincere for Allah subhanho wa taala.

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Alone, so. So above all her marriage or mousseline, and I will tell homosalate, in these other people who had the famous story, remember the story where there was a child though is ill, and infant and he passed away. So almost lame. says everyone in the family says Don't tell about her. I'm going to tell him about his son. So he was out all day. He came at night, and she beautified herself, beautified yourself. He came in he said kefir well at the house my son because he was ill little infant. She says, In now we'll be sending her

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he's in the best shape or layer squishy and I will lend me a cone of volume in my wedding and he's never been as he like as well as he is now.

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And then she gets him to approach her.

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She gets him to approach her and they have their intimacy and then after he's done she says to him about Iota in our Goldman Goldman had he yet and

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for a huddle

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a few delicacy I'm loving our country the Alec if people like they lend and other people something like they give them something to use and and give it back and then they came and took it back. Is there anything wrong with that?

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He says no. She says for in and Allah azza wa jal for this third data Yetta who?

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Allah subhanaw taala is taken aback when He had given you and that's your son.

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I said La Jolla hotel level and a low in Iran said why didn't you tell me before we like before we had all of this?

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He said intoa that's it.

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So when it was first time he went to the Prophet salallahu Salam and he told him so the prophets of salaam says Baraka Hola Hola, como philia unity como

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May Allah bless this night of yours. So Anissa Malik says they had about 100 Muslim,

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Canada home ash auto mineral with 10 sons, Allah gave them 10 sons, all of them.

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Were half

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of them memorize the Quran, memorize their means memorize that understood it, implemented it, okay? All of them. And that's the same boy. That first boy is when he was born. The Prophet saw him said Bring him to me before his mother nurses him, bring him to me. It came to the Prophet and son program took a date and he chewed on it. And then the President took from his saliva and put it in the mouth of the little baby and he rubbed it against the gum of the baby. And that's where the Sunnah came from. That's where the Sunnah came from. Who was this? It was this brother of Alison Malik.

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It was that boy, it was that little boy when he later on was born. And by the way, as an advice from the scholars say, this is special for the saliva of the prophets, Allah Allah is the lung don't go and do that.

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You might have some serious bacteria and you end up losing the child or causing an infection. So the scholars say you can bring

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clean water, not tap water like

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something that's been sanitized. What is sanitized

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And you can actually,

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you know, get the dates to melt in it until you get the syrup. And you can put with a clean finger or if you just wear these gloves, and you actually feed, you rub it against the Europe, the syrup against the, the gum of the child. And what I've seen in hospitals, they accommodate this, if you say if you told them that's our tradition, they actually accept that because nowadays they really make a point to try to put the child on the mother's breast as soon as possible to start suckling. So you want to do this before if you want to, it's a sunnah, if you want to apply it, just tell them that that's what we want to do before the child is being nursed. And they might actually actually

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what they do now sometimes they give them the formula they might give the child the formula. So you want to tell them that before you give the child anything I want to we want to do this and they will usually consult the the gynecologist or the doctor and they will say no problem and they will do it. They will just give you the chance they will give you even the gloves

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so that's about all her and

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and more saline, almost silly. So generally speaking words now we're speaking about Medina after the Battle of Bengal and how the Muslims establish themselves

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and how the social life was how the Muslims were getting by and establishing themselves some of them are getting married.

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We have in Mecca

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Dubai or Abu Omar time, Jubail ignore to ignore it. Okay, a man called Jubail his father is a multimillionaire, it has no ID you guys should remember. No ID was the person who

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he protected the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he came from Akbar if no one was kicked out of five and he came back to mechanic was dangerous for him to walk into my car after that, who gave him protection and motor mobile Id not even ID his son is Jubail his son is Dubai. Now Moto M died before the Battle of better I believe yes, he died before the Battle of better his son.

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His son, Jubail,

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but most of them had a brother called to IEMA

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Moto M and primer or IEMA was killed in the Battle of battle he was with Quraysh he was killed in the Battle of brethren who killed him. Hamza.

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Hamza will be Allah and will kill them.

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So Jubeir approach the Prophet salallahu salam after better he came who said he came to Medina and he said to the Prophet SAW Salem, why don't you just release all the 70 captives if you have from Quran actually release them?

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The messengers also said well Allah Hello can

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remote mobo howdy Hi Yan what can eliminate if you have not talked to him Lahore, he says add more time your father had he been here and he spoke to me about these. He called the pros and call them these nasty people because they were trying to call the Muslims he caught he talked to me about releasing those people I would have released them for him. I would have released them for him. And that shows the gratitude of the prophets Allah license for the good things that

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they actually did previously. The problem still holds that for him, but to his son he said no.

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So now would you be this full of revenge and mainly towards the prophets of Salaam and Hamza. He said since Hamza killed my uncle, and Hamza is the uncle of the Prophet as my uncle was killed. I want the Prophet's uncle to be killed.

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So he wants Hamza at the low and have to be killed. He thinks about a way he knows like, there's no way he can face Hamza face to face. No way in the battlefield. Honestly, like when you hear about the description about Hamza, sometimes you hear about these, like superheroes that no one can really stand in front of these guys. Hamza was actually that type of person.

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He was so skillful in warfare, that it was impossible to defeat him. It was just like physically impossible for people to defeat him. There's no way.

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So Jubail, Minamata was thinking of a way to get rid of Hamza, what would be the best way he figured out there's no way to come face to face with him. Let's do that. From a distance. And from a distance you need someone who's really good with using the spear because by the way,

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with

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an arrow,

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shooting an arrow at someone wouldn't necessarily kill them. It could and it could not. But you wanted to make sure that hands out really nice. So the best way from a distance would be spirit to use the spirit. What are the best people at the time, who had the art of you know using the spear people of Abyssinia

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People have abbacy And they will known that it was called Run mule Habesha.

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You know, the the spearing of the people of Amazonia that it was known they were the masters at the time. So he figured I have one of my slaves where she

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she'd have a she, and he's a master of that.

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So he calls washing he says, Do you want freedom?

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Because who doesn't want freedom? Absolutely. He says it has come to your doorstep. I just want one thing from you. One thing from you.

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Now, Jubail had heard that Abu Sufyan made a vow Do you guys remember what what was the value of Abu Sofia? What was that?

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Yes, he said I would not like water would not touch my buddy. Before I take revenge against the Muslims.

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It was getting too stinky for him. Right? He wanted to take a shower.

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That's why he decided to go for war. Now he actually he just made it hard for himself because he wanted to go to war. He wanted to avenge the people of Croatia who died in the battle of better so Joburg north, I'm had heard of that already. So he's already making the connection. So he said to washy, when we march to fight the Muslims, I want you to do just one thing. Just take out Hamza for me, that's all.

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Well, she for him, the time is slave. And freedom has been offered to him. He said what an offer what an offer. And there was no he had no religion. Like, he wasn't really following your religion. So there was no basic morality for him, whatever. He was all about practicality and pragmatism for him, whatever gives me what I want. I'll do it. You know, any means necessary? So he said, Yes, I will do it.

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And

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this reminds me of the famous movie, the message, right? A reseller, a reseller What is the story in Arizona?

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It says hint, a been to

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the daughter of Akbar, who killed at the beginning of the battle, better Hamza, right.

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And she's the wife of Abu Sufyan.

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So that narration is false, is untrue and fabricated.

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And the vertebra really, that's not the true story. She didn't she wasn't the reason behind the murder of Hamza. And there was nothing about chewing on his liver or anything. None of that. None of that. None of that. So the true story, it was basically Dubai or Abu Muhammad mahadi. He was the reason behind that. Is this written by the way in the in the books? Yes. And there is something about the history, our history, how it's been written.

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The books of history, when they were written around the third and the fourth century of hijra, there was a lot of narrations everywhere. There were true narrations, and there were a lot of like storytelling, a lot of people just making up stories. And they were around. So the scholars started a strategy, which was basically collecting everything, collecting everything and documenting it and documenting it. And then it was about sifting through it sifting through so this is why if you go for example, to the history of injury, robbery, Tellico Manuel malo, the most famous I mean, he's shaken more him and and then more for Syrian.

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When nobody talks about history, you're gonna find one narration generation three narrations, and they contradict each other. So how come he's he's collecting these narrations, but he's giving subtle indications as to which one he favors, but he's saying these other generations that were there. And this is why they had a rule that was known among the historians and the side scholars of Hadith at the time, it was called an Arabic commish from my fetish, collect everything, archive it, then sifted commission from my fetish.

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So the problem is, there is a way there's always been a way to read as to how to read the books of history. But over time now, when books have been printed in the last,

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you know, 150 years, everyone had access to the books of history, and they started to read without proper foundation without knowing how to read these books. So you find people coming out on TV or people making like movies and series, and they just oh, we went on we found this in a book it's in a book it's in Titanic the Barbary

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Yeah, but terracotta you don't take anything from the ricotta body and why did you take this now?

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The other narration, okay, so these are important things to pay attention to not any book that you can, especially from the older books of history, you can go and just take them. Now you need to know sort of, there's some sort of a code, agreed upon code that is known among the historians at the time and to the scholars later on as to how to deal with these, how to deal with these books, because these scholars did not say, we are narrating everything that's authentic. No, we're just collecting everything. That was their point. And as I said, they left subtle clues. People who have good training and familiarity with the history, they they can read these subtleties, and they can

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see which narration is favored by this historian and so on and so forth. So the real story of Hamza is that really hint had nothing to do with it. Is the story there in the books? Yes, it's there in the books, but most likely, it's in the books, because there was a couple of

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there was actually a few people who were there every day, like their full time job was making up stories and narrations. There are people in their Muslim history or their or their whole life that were just doing, you know, this thing coming up with stories, making up stories.

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That's all they used to do.

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All they used to do. The most famous among them is a woman enough abou make enough, a will make enough he was on. He was actually he was an extreme Shia and he was one of those people who had a lot of narrations and he was pointed out

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anyway so

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so now the story with was she'd have a shoe that He's ready now to

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his he's preparing himself to take Hamza out whenever the opportunity comes about so that he can be freed. He can be freed the prophets of Allah when he was setting them is sleeping, he wakes up and he'd seen a dream.

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So he wakes up and he tells the Companions about the dream, he says, and the frog by the way, the Prophet SAW said something about his sleep. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to say to Nam or a&e, or albida in

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my eyes, sleeps by my heart by but my heart doesn't.

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That was something special to the prophets, Allah, Allah and he said, My eyes sleep, but my heart doesn't. Why because God is connected to Allah subhanaw taala. So sometimes the Prophet Salam would wake up from sleep and pray without Waldo. Not that we can do this this way. He explained, he said, You guys have to make wudu but for me to know more at work, I'll be in Atlanta.

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So the prophets Allah Salam, and we know that the message of Islam says another Hadith wrote a yell MBA, have

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the dreams of the prophets is Revelation is true revelation from Allah subhanaw taala So the Prophet Solomon says in the right to any if he didn't hustle, you know, he said the Companions I saw in my dream that I was in a very fortified strong armor I was covered with iron an armor proper armor was very strong and impossible to penetrate

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with any more different captions or well to capture Kate Kate to capture katieb And I saw behind me a ram

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a ram what is a ram

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what is the RAM

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I was speaking to the kids the other day and like I said, a ram and just open their eyes.

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A male sheep an older male sheep, right an older male sheep but it's big and it's horny. So the prophets also lamb sees this as a ram is for word

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for sacrifice, right? So these are the symbolism in the in the dreams,

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what to eat to unnecessary fee that if a car felt left for a while to who fell off you come

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up Fula for our two philosophy club, and I saw my sword was on saw his sword that it was bent and it was dented.

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And the Prophet Salam interpreted this to the Companions, as this is a dent in you

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is going to be a dent in you. While a toolbar on to the football Colin Wallahi

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then I saw Bokoblin backup in Arabic has two meanings.

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Now commonly people call it cow right cows, but but that is also deer,

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wild deer, Bukhara and the usage The most common usage among the older Arabs was deer. So the Prophet SAW, he said and I saw this

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Each year or cows being slaughtered and he says well McCollum for boycott of Allah here he says, you know Bakar cows or deer is actually that's actually good. That's actually good.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam we're going to see this actually has consequences.

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The Prophet SAW Selim when he spoke with the Companions, he interpreted the dream he said

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Quraysh are preparing to come and fight us. The strong armor that I found around myself was Medina.

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Medina is the armor of the Prophet it's, it's impossible to break through

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is strong.

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And the prophets of salaam saw his sword we said being dented and bent. So that means the Muslims are gonna have they're gonna feel an impact or a dense, some kind of a loss, and then slaughter. Okay slaughter of deer and there's a ram being mentioned as well. So the Prophet SAW Selim says, Since something's going to happen,

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the news came to the Prophet salallahu Salam that grace is actually marching under the leadership of Abu Sufyan to Medina why to take revenge?

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It's almost a year now. It's almost a year after better now they want to take revenge.

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What are the numbers? Police are 3000 Quraish or 3000? The prophets of salaam gathers the Muslims speaks to them. What do you think we should do?

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They ask the person what do you think we should do? He said we should stay in Medina. The Dream says I'm in a very strong, protected stronghold. Medina, I'm protected under this and this armor, I'm protected is very strong, no way they can get to me. No way they can get to us.

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But you know in the Battle of whether the prophets of Solomon, he left Medina to catch the caravan, it wasn't there was no plan about a battle. They were just going to catch the caravan. So the prophets I seldom did not take all the Muslims he just took who took whoever was ready, who, whoever had their horse, or whoever had the weapon handy. They just grab it and join the provinces and was a matter of likely say, one hour. That's it. Go get yourself ready one hour. Let's go. That's it. Anyone who needed more time the prophesied have left them behind. They said no, you don't come with us. It's a matter of time now. So a lot of the companions later on when they after better, they said

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we wish we had a wish you knew we knew it was a battle, we would have taken part in it. We want to take part in defending the religion of Allah.

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So these people now they were in, they were actually looking forward. They were looking forward for an opportunity, because they want to offer themselves for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala even one of them like and that's basically the uncle of ehresmann Malik, the uncle of NSS Ben Malik, the brother of almost Salim, almost named the one who got married at the beginning of this helicopter almost got married to a bottle her her brother and a signal novel and a signal novel. He said, Actually, he said

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the Illuminati tool Moshiri kin lair I in Allah Who Massena? If I get to meet the enemies, these enemies fighting the Muslims. I shall show Allah what I'm going to do. He was looking forward. He was looking forward. By the way. What's the name of almost blame?

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The mother of anus anyone knows her name. The mother of Anna has been Malik Haqqani has almost been what's her name her proper name

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or Roma you saw her name is aroma you saw today people have you had like a mesa

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or Mesa for myself. It's a diversion of it. It's from I saw this is a minus the mother of Anna's been Malik. Her name was myself. So there were Muslims like us and another who really badly wanted to fight they wanted to sacrifice they wanted to do anything everything for the sake of Allah so on so they were looking for an opportunity. Now if they were to stay in Medina Do you know what that would be? The Muslims will protect themselves in Medina there will be no proper like engagement. There was no there is no contact with them. It would be all about archery with all about spears. And that's it and if something happens it would be a street fight.

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There is no proper war. So they said there's nothing like we can offer much was so protected.

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So the younger ones and the ones who were enthusiastic they said to the professor, no, we will not go and fight them. Hopefully we will show Allah and His Messenger how how willing we are of sacrificing ourselves. When the Prophet salaam saw the overwhelming majority they want to go and fight. He didn't hijack the decision.

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himself. And by the way, there is intelligence also behind this because even though you are the leader when the overwhelming majority of your followers are so decided the so bent on something

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you might actually want to make some concessions. Because if you're going to force them into something, they might not put their heart in it.

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So the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, Okay, then we'll go and face them as you want in the in an open area and an open field outside of Medina is going to face them. They're the person who goes back home, everyone goes to get ready, because remember, he was actually coming near. And we said previously the profits or something by the way, he was never sleeping. He always kept. He sent people in different directions to keep Rajesh Kordofan. Every other tribe, every surrounding of Medina, keep them you know, under his watch, person was receiving news consistently, consistently, he didn't want to be taken by surprise. So the news is out the news reached him.

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The person goes home, prepares himself Muslims go and prepare themselves. The Prophet SAW Selim, what does he do when when, when a soldier goes to an army or leader goes to an army, it goes to a war. What does he do? He puts on his armor, right? That day, the promiseland did something strange he put two armors to it's very unusual, it's uncommon, you put one armor that he put another one on top again.

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And a person leaves his house and he wants to get the army ready and leave to to the north of Medina and we're going to explain why the north of Medina

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now, in the heat of the moment, the Muslims were excited to go and fight those younger ones, the enthusiastic ones. Then they went back to their home started getting ready. They said, Oh, you know, it seems that we have pushed the prophets of Allah Azza wa sallam to give up on his opinion, or his preference that was to stay in Medina it seems we're too enthusiastic. And he had to agree with us. This is not good. Let's go and this don't you know you do what you will do what you want. So some some groups of them went to the provinces and they said O Messenger of Allah, it seems that we were too pushy. And you disagreed with us. Let's just fight them inside Medina as you want. The prophets

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of salaam says Matt can Alina begin. And nearby Allah Mehta who from May Allah Allah Gil Bismillah meta Hutto, Maya, it's not permissible for a prophet or a messenger to put on their armor, then put it down before they fulfill what they went out for.

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And what's the lesson here, the lesson is, don't fall in a state of hesitation. You know, oftentimes, should I do this or that this or that. So you have an army, they say, one, one foot here, one foot there, right? And you start with this, as soon as you face some hardships, some obstacles, you say, Oh, maybe I should have done that one, right? Your mind is stuck with that one. This kind of hesitation, this kind of split mind mindedness is actually going to destroy you, it will destroy you. If you make a decision.

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You know, stay behind it all the way. Until you figure out it was completely wrong. Then you shift completely to another decision. That's where Allah Subhan Allah says for either as EMTA fatawa Allah Allah, if you make a decision, I decided decision. Just put your trust in Allah and move on. Go ahead. So the prophets of Allah said no, there's no we're not going to play around with this. Or maybe this may be that No, we've made a decision we're gonna stick by it.

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And then the Muslims get themselves ready. Again, the Prophet SAW Salem, he looks at he takes the army because he doesn't want to take children

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whoever is young, the person who's gonna

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send them back. So in the basket of better Albert bananas, Abdullah Ahmad away, pushed away in a single pack you You're too young. So this time I've been I've been as it comes. And under loving Omar also comes about Robin as it stays. I would love to hear from some says looks at him says you're too young. Go back. He goes back to login. I did not get to take part in this battle. But Bob No as it was taken. Now, not only the youth and the younger ones want to take part in the battle. What's interesting about this battle battle ahead is actually the older ones showed a lot of enthusiasm. So we have a man called amrop non Jumbo. I'm looking to Jumbo

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was an older person, a senior,

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physically weak and he had a limp. He had a noticeable limp. He was known for his limp. He had four sons who are very strong. And he was trying to leave the house to go and join the army and they sort of surrendered and said no, you don't go we're going use

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See here.

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You know you physically you don't have to go like Islamically you're exempt. And physically you're incapable you're not capable of engaging in warfare. He says, No, I want to go, I want to go then he starts crying. Then he goes to the provinces and he says, I'm going to complain about you guys to the prophets. Allah suddenly goes to the Prophet and says, Look at these guys, they tried to prevent me from taking part in they say, you know you have a limp. Then he says to the prophets of salaam Wallahi in Nila and other abbiati had healed Jana is all messenger of Allah. I hope I have the hope that I'm going to limp in Jana. This slump is going to take me to Jana, I'm gonna go there with my

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limp to Jana

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so the profit I'm gonna eat is this he turns to the his sons and he says hella comfy and tomorrow

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are you willing to let him go let him go man like he's he was he was he so badly wants to go there. You guys. This is really unfair that you keep him.

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Okay, he goes. Then he says to the prophets, I send them land, either the hunter Jana, for houses up to LA who got me. Salim atan Kumar Gannett.

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If I go to Jana is Allah gonna fix my limp? I'm gonna fix my leg. Salam said yes.

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So he gets ready. He gets ready. He has a wife. His wife is Fatima Fatima

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is with her brother, her brother,

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who's the brother of Fatima. His name is Abdullah Abdullah haram

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Abdullah IGNOU haram

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Abdullah Abdullah haram. He's the father of Jabba bin Abdullah. You know, the famous companion jabber ignore Abdullah Abdullah Haram is his father. Alana Haram is a very old man, very old man and he's friends with Amritanandamayi. The other limping guy, they're very close friends

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of the love no Haram is saying to his son Jabba the famous companion famous can Benjamin Angela, he says to his son, Java, you stay, you stay here. And I will go, like one of us has to stay.

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So Java says, But I'm the younger one I'm supposed to go. He says no, no, you just for me this time. You stay home. And I'm and I will I will go and take part in the battle. But the question is, why don't both of them go. And the reason is, Abdullah haram, he has.

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He has nine daughters. He has nine daughters. So Abdul Jabbar has sick has nine sisters. And there's no one to take care of them. Most of them are young, too young.

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To Him. So He says you stay, you take care of my daughter's take care of your sisters, we can't go both of us. Then he says I would love to see you a martyr in front of me. He says to his son, but

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like, who's gonna look after these.

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There's not this kind of fancy idea that oh, let's go and Allah will take care of them. Allah will take care of his creation. But you know, when you have a responsibility, you have to fulfill it. You have to fulfill it, you have a family, you have to look after it. You gotta live your family and say Allah will feed them Allah, Allah will feed them. But Allah will put leaving them as well.

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So

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and the Prophet SAW Selim says in an authentic hadith GAFA been if men and you're the year and then yeah, all the provinces and says it's enough of a sin for someone like it's enough

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by someone that he does not provide for the people he has to provide for.

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If someone decides not to provide for some some dependence, that's a huge, huge, massive sin in Islam. It's a big problem. So So he says, the Java is on Java. And that's the agreement they reach.

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So these two friends now, I'm going to demo and I would love to know how long they're gonna go together. These are the older men. And actually,

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Abdullah haram. He says to his son, he says, well, Allah, Hema Allah, Allah in any corner if you are William and doctor, he says, Listen, my Fabcon how attic, he says, I see myself I'm gonna be among the first to die in the battle. So you stay with your sisters, I can see it. And that's a hunch of a believer. That's a hunch. Obedience. Sometimes by the way.

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There's a Hadith from the Prophet sallallahu and he was sending them were the messengers Salam says in Allah you that either here on behalf within a Salah who

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if Allah wants good for someone

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The problem uses the word Allah.

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Like sort of.

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I don't know how to describe it has to do with honey like Allah sort of

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puts

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sweet in Zim with honey or something. So the companion say, mama i Salah who like what does that mean? Like it's not something an expression that you know, the Prophet SAW Selim says

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I forgot the way the wording of the Hadith, but the meaning is or the manner

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also Allahu Allah here Hala, Matan Coppola Moti the that Allah gives him a sign before he dies. For he dies. I remember a man in our neighborhood, a man that I know very well. He used to be a teacher in school teacher, normal guy. He prays in the masjid.

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We're friends with his children.

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And he's just quiet person. He's this quiet person. He used to pray in the masjid all the time. He was very nice to everyone. No one had really issues with him.

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I was told by someone who was actually born someone who's very close to his to his son.

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He said

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he saw a dream

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where the messengers also spoke to him and the dream came to him face to face and he said, You're gonna die next week, Sunday.

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Nine o'clock in the morning. Get ready.

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guy tells no one.

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He used to do shopping for groceries for the house once a week. So he goes and he brings a huge amount he's never done before. So he brings about four times the amount of usual amount that he brings. He had a few debts he had went and paid them off. He had a few responsibilities and a few people where he went and gave some other charity to and he finished all his business. Finished all his business. Then he tells his wife

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Saturday night, he actually goes and says like goes and sees his family members, extended family friends. He doesn't tell anyone, but he just sort of gives them like a farewell.

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And he says to his wife Saturday night about the dream. He said I'm telling you because I need someone to know about this.

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And Sunday at nine o'clock he was gone.

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He's gone.

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So that's the meaning of Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sunnah. So it seems

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to love no haram. He had this hunch, he said, I'm seeing myself to die right at the beginning of the battle. So I want you on my son to look after my my my daughters

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so

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not only these two older men wanted to take part in the battle. There was you know how they familiar man and his father and Yemen.

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And his Kuhnian was Abu Haseen the father of Khalifa le A man is when he was a war hustler. He was known as a boy he said he wants to take part in the battle. He wants to take part in the battle because in the Battle of battle, by the way, he could not take part and Khalifa because they had given the coalition agreement then we're not going to help them the profits and loss. So this time they're going to take part in the battle. So

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Abu hasil Oh yeah, man, he must take on the battle. The prophets have said no. We need people to protect Medina. We need God's to protect the borders of Medina. There's someone who comes into Medina, all of us are fighting we need someone to stay there in Medina. So the Prophet SAW Salem makes him a god a protector over Medina, along with another older person called Tabatha wooden watch from the unsought to habits even works.

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So the prophets of salaam says You guys look after look after Medina. So this they're supposed to be and Jabil was helping them out Jabra Abdullah the son, Abdullah Hassan, it was also helping them out. These were called unknown unknown unknown bar and Nova Nadal Medina they're the ones who stayed in Medina trying trying to protect it.

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Now the Muslim army starts setting out from Medina towards the north and why the north because there is something about the geography of Medina, Medina, you know, it has around it east and west and most of the south area, what they call what they call it, hell. By the way, Medina is a volcanic area, you know that there's a lot of volcanic mountains in Medina and actually, over the time they erupted a lot of these even at the top of the province that um, there was a volcanic eruption.

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There was a during the life of the prophet Sallallahu sallam, and every now and then you'll find actually some Volcanic Volcanic acts

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VT in the area of Medina and there's a I think there's a mountain called Jebel Melissa. It's a little north of Medina every now and then, actually there are some earthquakes and some sort of fumes and some volcanic activity.

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So, you know, in volcanic areas, there is this, these sort of black stones, black areas, that's very difficult for horses to cross over, it's impossible for armies to, you know, go into Medina through that area, the very vulnerable. Horses cannot properly walk on these areas, even human beings, it's extremely difficult.

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Because it's very rocky areas very bumpy. And, like the rocks are extremely uncomfortable. Even if you walk with foot, it's very, very uncomfortable, extremely difficult. So it's not wise at all for an army to go attack Medina except from an open passage in the north. That's the only way intermidiate so I was naturally fortified and protected. So the province of Salem marches to the north of Medina knowing that Croatia gonna come in after they're going to come this way. There's no way they're going to come the other way.

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So, something interesting Abdullah, no haram, the father of Jabba

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before going to Medina, he feels really bad. He starts obviously hugging his daughters and saying farewell. He can't really handle the emotional intensity, what does he do? He goes and drinks alcohol, you drink some wine.

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And this was a common practice before the battle, right? Because when you lose your mind, you become that the most courageous, bravest man ever you can fight. So he actually, he, he, he took a pint as the same to you, okay. And he drank.

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And then he left. And we said, alcohol at the time was still Hala was not haram yet. It was not haram yet, so don't do that today.

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Actually,

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some of these people who claim claim to do jihad and they go on blow themselves up, and Muslims and non Muslims and all this chaos that is falsely ascribed to jihad or Islam, etc. And it's all nonsense. A lot of these people by the way, are under the some of them under crack.

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Some of them are intoxicated, these guys will go blow themselves up.

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Literally, they're they're not conscious that they take drugs. And this has been found out so

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so the Muslims get themselves ready. And an interesting conversation happens between sad and Obi Wan, cos, and Abdullah bin Josh, before the battle, as they are waiting for everyone else to come.

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And this is a beautiful practice from the Companions, sad comes says toggle on Jesh to add another Allah. It has come let's make dua come on this Mitra. He takes him to the site and they go and sit on the site. And they say let's make this is something we don't do today.

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We don't do today. So sad says, I asked Allah subhanaw taala to send my way.

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A very powerful soldier, that I fight with him fiercely, and he fights against me. Then I managed to kill him, and I get my spoils from him.

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So then it was a beloved jeston To make his dua. So he says, he says, oh, Allah sent a strong soldier my way that fight with him and he fights with me, then he gets to kill me.

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Then he chops off my nose and my ears.

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says why? Like, why do you wish for that? It is so that when I go back to Allah on the Day of Judgment, Allah sees me in this shape and he says, What happened to you? And I say, oh, Allah, all of this was for your sake.

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Oh, this was for your sake. And that's it. So they said, I mean, I mean, and they left. So the Muslims were getting ready. How much were the Muslims?

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The Muslims were about around 1000 There were the Muslim army was around

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1000 And there were some women as well helping out so far the amount of the Allahu Ana I shall be Allah one.

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Another Fatima which is the wife of hon Jomo, the sister of Abdullah Abdullah haram also came.

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Some of the women of the unsalted will came to help. They came to help because they provide the water the food and they help any injured people. They take care of them.

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So all of them went and they helped out. Some people actually

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came like Abdullah Abdullah Al Maktoum blind person he came to the Prophet and said I want to take part in the battle. The province was and said, you know you're exempt. You're exempt Allah subhanaw taala made an exemption for you.

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And the prophets of salaam also like praise the people we're going to stay in Medina and to protect Medina and the President said they will get similar reward like those people who are actually fighting

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an interesting person already took part in the battle was

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humbler and I'd be hammered. Home handle m&r behind handled overnight to be hammered his wedding happened to be the night before.

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That was his wedding night. So that's his first night ever with his wife. And in the morning, he was clueless to prophecy alarm calls interfere causing people to swallow time emergency.

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He wakes up with a whole noise he leaves the home without even making also hasn't made worse yet. So he goes and joins the army and he joins the Muslim army and he he goes with them. Let's leave questions later.

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So as the Muslims are leaving Medina as soon as they leave Medina and the hit towards Mount Hood, which is to the north now Motorhead is part of Medina by the time it was far from Medina. So they head towards Mount Hood.

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As soon as they leave Medina, something strange happens

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300 among the Muslim army,

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leave the army and go back to Medina.

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Not only that, they said, No, we don't want to die. This is a lost battle. Why do we have to go and leave Medina and fight these people when you know we have there's no point there's no benefit for us. They go and leave. And they go back to Medina. Now the Muslims are about 700.

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But it's not only about the number. It's just the emotional and psychological impact. Like what are you doing? But this this was a setup. This was a setup from the hypocrites from Abdullah and obey even saloon and his crew, the hypocrites. They actually all they had planned that beforehand, just to destroy the morale and the spirit of the Muslims.

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So the Muslims are they don't know what to do, should we just why don't we find those? We should find them and get rid of them. But the prophet said, No, we have an army that we have to deal with these people, we will deal with them later.

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And so the Muslim start marching towards Mount or hood. Now there's another problem.

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Two of the clans of the unsolved

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they say like, I mean, we're like 600 700 and we're going to face an army of what 3000

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Are we going to do? So actually they read they were contemplating in our leaving the battle or withdrawing from the army, they didn't know what to do.

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But then Allah subhanaw taala calmed them down. And they decided to join the Muslims and Allah actually talks about this and in the Battle of in Surah le Amman.

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So

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam takes the Muslim army towards the mount are hot and shallow. Next week, we're going to show you a map because for those who have been there, probably this was visible mount or heard is huge. It's a it's a series of mountains. It's not only one peak, it's a series of peaks. So it's about like maybe three kilometers in length, or even maybe four kilometers in length. It's actually huge, huge series of peaks.

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Whereas there is a smaller mountain on the other side of it. Smaller mountain that's called Jabba Liu hai inane mount a name and that's where many people think that's what

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it says more small amount that's where most people go and climb you know when you go to Medina does have been to Medina where people got got on top of this small mountain they think that's a hard no that's Jabiru a name. That's mount a name. When the Prophet Hassan looks at this he looks at Mount Hood is a very good protection from behind us. So if we leave Mount Hood to our backs, that actually gives us an advantage why because our back is protected. We don't fear any kind of attack and he stabbed in the back. That's number one. Number two, this is mount or her there's a series on the side you have mountain and we're going to stand between both.

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So then provinces decided to put about 50 Archers be very good with archery on top of that mountain, small mountain

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so they have an upper view of the battlefield, and they have a better reach over the army.

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And the sort of side side, side by side with the Muslim army. So the Muslims actually have only one front to fight on.

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And it's a very small area. So arrays, even if they are 3000, the whole army cannot occupy that area. So basically, two thirds of the army will be idle, will be doing nothing. It's been isolated, completely isolated, very intelligent, very good, you know, read over the geography, and you know, the blueprint of how the battle is going to play out to be. So the province has appointed these artists on Mount Sinai. And Mount Hood is here as a series. It covers the back of the Muslims, and the Muslims are here near Jebel gibellini. And the arches are just sort of the arm of Christ comes and camps here and exposed completely to the Muslim archers. Very beautiful setup for a battle. And

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it actually makes up for the, for the number the imbalance in number, we're talking about 700 Compared to 3000 3000. That's about what, more than four times more than four times right, more than four times.

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So the Prophet SAW Selim appoints the Muslims on 50 of the Muslims, the archers on mountain, he says, you stay here, you will never leave your present positions, no matter what. If you see us victorious, don't come and join us. If you see that we have been snatched and killed don't come to our rescue. Basically, that's it. It's a very strict order stay there, no matter what happens. Don't leave your positions.

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Because that's really the this is the

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central point. Yeah, that's the reference point of the whole battle. That's the advantage the Muslims have really the real advantage that Muslims have.

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Now

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Muslims call, Muslims call this the Battle of a HUD market or HUD Quraysh calls it Malika 289

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Or I should call they didn't, they didn't call it at all Malika to her they call it Malika to IE nine Malika because later on we'll see how it was in their advantage due to that

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so looking at the Muslims the whole point of the Muslims behind this battle was basically to defend themselves and defend their religion. So the Muslims had one specific goal from this battle people of Quraysh

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they didn't have really one goal some of them yes came for revenge. Some of them came for their reputation. Couple of them some of them came to save like save face and their their name. Some of them came for the sake of spoils of war. Some of them like why she came just for freedom, right each one of them came for one reason.

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So they were not upon the same kind of goal the same mind together and

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the prophets of salaam lines up the Muslims and they get ready the army of Courage comes face to face

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the prophets of salaam starts the battle with

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again just like the Battle of whether he turns to Allah subhana wa Tada into Now something interesting happens in Medina

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abou Haseen

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was basically the man the father of the familiar man, and

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for habitable brainwash

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them, they're looking around Medina, they're walking around Medina making sure everything's okay. And they're having a conversation they say, you know, all these guys are there. They're getting all the, you know, the privilege of, you know, doing all of that for the sake of Allah and we just hear like, like donkeys like like mules. What is that we're gonna die like, like, like animals.

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And they says, Man, it's a short life. We don't have much. We don't have much time in this world. So actually, they inside each other they decide to leave and they actually go sneak into the Muslim army in the middle of the battle. They're gone actually take part.

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They take part in the battle.

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So the

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the battle starts, people of Malaysia are overtaken by the Muslim arches,

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who actually showered them with arrows, show them with arrows and they caused a lot of cash.

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guilties among them, and they cause the desert state of chaos only in the army of college. Then the two armies come face to face. And the battle starts

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the early stages of the battle the Muslims were actually taken over.

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Obviously Muslims are taking over people of courage actually starting and running away the people of Calabash right early in the in the battle, right? It didn't take a long time the people of Christ started running away even abroad No, as of the younger one who took part in the battle, he said, I actually saw the women of the

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of the people of Croatia running away. I saw them running away right at the beginning of the battle. So all of it was actually going in favor of the Muslims and it was going so well. Even better than the Battle of whether at the beginning all of this was going so well until that huge issue and huge problem happened and that's what we're going to start with insha Allah next week we

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can take two questions inshallah

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questions.

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Any questions from maybe next week, but they'd rather actually ask you about your

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story

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because we

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we know that

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when he brought in some a lot, they

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gained access to mica

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she was sort of shy of

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declaring their Islam because of what

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was done to her by her some narration right. Yeah. So it goes all the way. I mean, the narration this particular story about

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Apogee

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or goes all the way to

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which actually is

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maybe

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the other the other story

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well, that's actually a good it's a good point that when the Prophet Salah Salem, he conquered Mecca,

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and

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Hynde a lot the Allahu Anhu he said when she became a companion, she would go on Muslim nobly Allahu Ana.

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And,

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and she's the mother of Mao, even Sofia and all the Allah Juana.

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She,

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this generation that she was actually hiding herself. Yes, she was hiding herself. But we need to check the narration.

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We need to check the narration because actually Hynd was the one who used to speak to the prophets, Allah Salam among the ladies. When the Muslim had a session with them. She used to speak to the Prophet Cyrus.

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And so we need to check that narration whether it's authentic or not that one again, the one with

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women? Well, yeah, that was after Islam. Definitely. But we want to see that. That narration in the in Makkah conquest of Makkah, whether she was actually shying away or not. Okay, we want to check that so it's a good point to check it and shall

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see,

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TV series

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six schoolers

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and this particular incident

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okay, there's something about just about a drama, and TV.

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I understand. As I said, it's in the books. And if you pick some of the books of Sierra, you're actually going to find this there. But that's the issue is we need to understand how we read this year on how we read the history. Because the problem is with the selection of these narrations, whereas there are strong interactions, like the one we mentioned, is actually an authentic narration as the issue. The other ones are more historical narrations don't have a chain of narration. They're just a story. That's the issue. So that's a very important thing. There's something with dealing with drama works. What 30?

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Like, yeah, just just one word with drama with and TV series, you guys have to be careful, even though it's been authenticated by scholars don't think the scholars have a full say on everything. So the scholars usually, when they give an opinion, oh, this is a good series or they would recommend it. They don't necessarily recommend everything in it, because they would weigh up, according to them, the benefits and the harms. And they might say, well, there's more benefit that you show this

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And that even though there are shortcomings, so some of them have spoken like Hassan Hosseini as well, he was one of those people who took part in a lot of these. And he said, like, not everything there I approve of, but I need you to understand that there is a lot of benefit there. And that's why we have approved them. But there's a lot of shortcomings as well. But we don't have a say over everything. So keep that in mind not doesn't mean that all these scholars have actually watched over this. They know all the details know, oftentimes the director for a lot of technical issues, they might want to come bring into something. And a lot of the even just to make any series, any TV

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drama, the stories that we have can never make a successful drama. So they have to make up events. They have to imagine stuff. So they often the scenarios to the writer, what they do. They use their imagination to fill up a lot of the gaps. All right. So that's only one thing, but there's a lot of other things as well. So with drama, it's not authentication, just give it that.

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Yes,

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yes.

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Okay. I mean, I mean, probably maybe next week, we can talk about all these other books like Khalid Mohammed, Khalid is not a specialist in this era. He was a very good writer and his writings are good, but there was a lot of criticism about about issues of authenticity and things like that. So actually, it's good that we're bringing these up because so many of us are just not aware of these things. So it's good that we bring these to light and we have a discussion about them. I'm definitely for that does akmola have Baraka? Luffy comes a lot from Islam from Antonio