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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayidina Muhammad in Wagga early he might be a Gemini, although I do this is, I believe session 34 in the Sierra or the life of the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa early he was alone

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and lost, covered.

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Last two, two sessions we covered the Battle of offered the Battle of HUD. And last session we sort of ended with the end of the battle. We ended with the end of the battle we said the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gathered the martyrs, and

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they started digging graves for them. And the prophets of salaam started laying them in their graves. And we said,

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we said that the prophets Allah and if Salam did not most likely he did not pray janazah on them, and he didn't wash them. And this is like there's a consensus among the scholars that the shahada, the martyrs, they are not to be washed, and they're not to be shrouded. They are to be shrouded in their own clothes in their own clothes. If there is some sort of a blanket or a sheet that we put it on top of them, that's fine. But we don't wash their bodies, and we don't shroud them, like we shroud

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a deceased person, normally deceased person with regards to praying on the Shahada. This is a matter of the scholars. And the strongest opinion seems to me,

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the scholars who say that the President did not pray the janazah on the martyrs of battle and the martyrs have offered and we said,

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among the Muslims, there were 70 shahada, 70 martyrs. And in Quraishi, there were how many dead people how many people died in the battle among Quraish

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2222 22 People

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who are lost pantalla dresses, the Muslims, Allah says to them, our Ma sobre como si baton, sub Temecula, alto, Mannahatta, you don't want to calamity has hit you where a double calamity hit the your enemy before. Now you're saying Where is this from? Because in Bedell Quraysh last 70 people that were killed, and there were 70 captives that the Muslims captured. So this is double calamity, double the calamity. We said one of the martyrs was the old person. I do love no haram was the father of Jabba Abdullah Abdullah and he was an older person.

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And actually he was he took part in the battle. And he was one of the early he was killed in the early stage of the battle. His son, jabber came to him actually his sister Fatima, his sister Fatima, took him and she took her husband as well who died who was an older man as well who died in the batch. She put them on the back of a camel she took them back to Medina, just before approaching Medina, the prophets of salaam sent the news out, send the call out that whoever took their martyrs, bring them back whoever took them to Medina, bring them back. They are to be buried in the same area of the battle in the battlefield.

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So

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jabber even Abdullah was there in Medina, he was from we said, NovaGold Medina, the ones who are looking after Medina. During the battle, he saw his Aunt Fatima, carrying on the on the camel, the the the body of his own father, and her own husband. So he went back with her to the battlefield. And he said, like they laid his father in front of him, and his father was covered. So he would uncover the face of his father and cry and then cover it again. You know, I mean, when someone loses such a loved one, and we know Jabra only had his father, his family was only his father and his sisters, how many sisters those who have good memory, nine sisters, nine sisters, so he only had his

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father and nine sisters. And this is why he was he remained in Medina because one of only one of them could actually leave.

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Not to leave the sisters without a guardian without anyone to look after them.

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So he lost his father, and now he has his father in front of him. You would uncover his face and he would start crying and weeping over his father, and then he would cover him again. Then we uncover again and look at his father and so on and so forth. The prophets of salaam looks at him in the state and he feels his pain because the Prophet saw them lost one of the most beloved people to him and this was Hamza Ali Allahu Anhu. So the Prophet SAW Selim says to Jabba Tab key Allah Tab key for in Neeraj, a tool Mala Katha to the little Ruby engineer hottie whether you cry you weep on your father you don't

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I've seen the angels shading your father with their angels with the wings. And the Prophet SAW Selim give the glad tidings to Jagat about his father, he said,

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in Allah azza wa jal local Loma Linda caca Keifa Han biller told you man, Allah subhana, Allah spoke, had face to face without an a moderator without any person in the middle spoke to him directly. This is a gift. Why? Because this man made such a big sacrifice. You might think in the battlefield that he was, he was engaging in a fight. And it was a challenge. It's not easy for someone to put their life on the line. It's not easy, unless they have faith in what they're fighting for. So someone sacrifices the most precious thing that they have, which is themselves what they have this. This shows a lot of faith. But this was not the only battle that Abdullah haram was

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fighting because he was fighting another battle. And fathers know what that means. Because what a parent really fears or what a person a father or a mother is really concerned more than for themselves is for their dependents for the children.

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They love of a father and the love of the mother for the children is far greater than the love of the person for himself is far greater. And is why the Arab say and we went to do much Benetton McCullough, the Arabs have a proverb, they say, having children means you're going to become a coward. You're going to have more cowardice within yourself. And you're gonna become more miserly, like more tight fisted. Why? Because for yourself, you don't mind. You know, whatever happens. If I lose my life, it's just my life. And if I lose my money, it's just my money. It's not a big deal. But when you have people who depend on you, especially like children, sons and daughters, your

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calculations are different. Your priorities are different. So having children is not an easy, it's not an easy thing. It's such a drastic change in the life of a person.

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So

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we said after the battle, the Prophet and Salim lined up the Muslims and they he made a DUA, where he thanked Allah subhanaw taala, who said this was such a profound moment where the prophets of salaam after this huge calamity, he turns to Allah in gratitude, he thanks Allah subhanaw taala This is such a high status, high level of, of Eman. And the Prophet Salam stayed, as his habit was in the battlefield for three days or three nights. He stayed in the battle, he would usually camp after a battle in the battlefield for three nights.

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So the prophets of salaam camps there and we know the President felt really such a huge amount of grief over Hamza, probably Allah, who are the Allahu Anhu. And the Muslims, maybe 70 were killed among them, but many of them were injured. Many of them most of them were actually injured. Some of them were seen, like in in serious conditions.

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There was a man

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from Quraysh, we said in the battle, he was injured, and he was pretending he was bleeding. So he's pretending to be dead. So when the Muslims at the beginning of the battle sort of won the battle right at the beginning, before things turned around, one of the Muslims saw him and he figured out he's pretending. So he goes and he puts the tip of the sword on his stomach, and he pushes it through his abdomen and it comes out through his back.

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So this is such a serious injury, but Subhanallah this guy didn't die. His name was Wahab he doesn't die. So at nighttime, he sort of wakes up

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and he's injured so he drags himself and somehow he manages to make it back to Mecca. If somebody probably to help him on the way, and he makes it back to Makkah, so we can have a story with this guy Wahab

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in sha Allah. But it's just worth mentioning his story, I mean, the beginning of his story now.

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The Prophet SAW Salem praises the companions or he sort of reassures the companions with him about the martyrs the Prophet SAW Selim says in Ottawa Shuhada fee haha, seriously, you're in huddling Tesla hopefully Jana, the souls the spirits of the martyrs are carried by green birds

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who are taking them around in June.

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Well I happen to deal with that allows for either Lael, our Illa panna Delia, and there are sort of nests for them hanging nest for nests for these birds, that when nighttime comes they go back which is under an under the Throne of Allah subhanaw taala. These birds take the souls of the martyrs to the to these nests hanging nest under the Throne of Allah subhanho wa taala. And some of the scholars of Tafseer they say this was it was about this time that Allah's pantalla revealed the verses

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Rajasthan, Alina Otero visability. Lehi and water bill are here on end of behavioral support. And do not think that those who died for the sake of Allah that they are dead. They're actually alive. But it's a different life than what we have today. It's a different life than what we have today like the Prophet sallallahu sallam. The message of Islam says in authentic hadith, in Zambia, here on physical body, him your saloon.

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The Prophet says that the prophets are alive in the graves, and they, what do they do they pray? Is it the same life as we have now? No, it's a different type of life. They are in the browser, browser is sort of the they are beyond that kind of barrier. There is a barrier between them and between this life. So it's a different type of life, not like the life that we experience here. There is there is consciousness, obviously, they are aware, the conscious, but it's a different type of life that the prophets have and the martyrs and the martyrs have.

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And there is a Hadith from the prophesy Sanlam, that when these the souls of these martyrs are in paradise, roaming about Allah subhanaw taala speaks to them. And he says to them, what do you wish for that I can that I can give you that say, oh, Allah, you have forgiven our sins. You have entered this into paradise. And what else do we want? Allah says, you know, wish, whatever you want, and I'll give it to you. There's no Allah we wish so there are two narrations, when narration mentions. They said, Oh Allah send us back to life to the world in life. So we die for your sake again, because of the great the immense amount of reward that they saw. So they want more of it. And

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another narration, it says, or Allah just we want our brothers who still in the world, the life to know the the pleasure and the sweetness and the blessings that we are in. So Allah subhanaw taala says, and oberlo come and come, I shall convey your news to them.

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I shall convey your news to them. This is why the verses go well, here on Enderal become your own they are alive with Allah and they have been provided the given provisions and blessings. Ferry Hanaa Dima atta home Allah home in public, they're happy, they rejoice upon what Allah Subhana Allah has given them

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were still shown ability knowledge will help obey Him in helping him Allah when Allah has unknown, and they're looking forward to those who were left behind in the dunya life, that they should catch up with them one day and enjoy the blessings of Allah and they should be, and they want to tell them basically, there is nothing for you to fear. There's nothing for you to fear. And there is nothing for you to worry about. When it comes to, you know,

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if your life, you know, gets taken for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. And by the way, what are we talking about has nothing to do with the foolish kind of understanding by some people who think that a jihad or martyrdom is about just throwing your life. You know, in any course. Whatever the people call it, we have a lot unfortunately, these days, a lot of the good youth who have good intentions, they have been brainwashed. They've been exploited. They've been taken advantage of by usually groups, parties, buddies, armies that are actually the creation of a lot of intelligence agencies. And they give a name of jihad and they say is you heard that smart enough, etc. This is one of the

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greatest crises that we have been hit with as Muslim nation at this time. Jihad has its own conditions has its own. It's just like prayer. It's an act of worship. It's not a rant. It's not about terrorism. It's not about suicide. It's not about this kind of chaos that's going on. Unfortunately, in a lot of the around the world in the name of Islam.

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The Prophet SAW Selim now it's time for them to leave and go back to Medina. The Prophet SAW Allah and he was salam says to the companions of Allah, he know what did to knew who they were to, if you have knowledge of it, my Olek is he will lie. I wish I was left with those who were buried by the mountain by mount or the martyrs. I wish I was buried with them. The Prophet Salam wishing that he himself was martyred and buried with with those people. Then the Prophet SAW Selim thought to himself and he said people of Christ came to destroy us. They came they brought 3000 soldiers to annihilate Muslims completely wiped them out. But they didn't do that. They ran away with a very

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cheap victory, right? They run away with achieved victory. It's a very fragile victory. They wanted to maintain it, they wanted to save face, and they just got it. They scored a point and they got back they went straight back to Mecca. This is not the behavior of a triumphant or a victorious army. They usually would stay there for a while to establish their victory. They didn't because they knew I mean

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They just got a chance by the mistake of the archers who are on the mountain who left the mountain. So they the people, of course got their chance to sneak in this kind of fragile victory. They got it and they ran away.

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They snatched it and ran away. The profit is on them thought these people might come back to their senses and say we haven't really done anything over that could be considered a victory. And this was exactly the conversation that was taken place by the people of Polish when they reached a place between Mecca and Medina called Aloha, Abu Sufyan turns to the people with these people and they said, Now Mohammed, Alcatel to blah Muhammad Alcatel to woo will cover about a Deaf tomb. Let's Who am I for alto? It says you haven't killed Muhammad. You haven't taken, you know, captives and concubines? Like, like what did you really do? You haven't done anything. So they thought that to

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themselves? Since Mohammed is broken, systems are broken, why don't we just go back and finish them off?

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Why give them a chance to breathe and sort of get back on their feet? So they seriously think about it and they send someone called

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I forgot his name. Anyway, anyone who knows the

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owners of the name just tell me. So they send this person they tell him go and find out what is Mohammed up to after this sort of, you know, setback that he had the Prophet Salam at that moment. He told the Companions he said, I'm worried I'm concerned that corrosion will actually come back. So he put together 70 of the companions. Among among them was Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Anhu is available at 170 in total, and he said, Why didn't you go chase the army of Quraysh make sure they're not going to come back.

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They head south towards Mecca. And they

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hear the news from that person who was sent by rice to find out to even give fake news. They said Quraysh have gathered themselves and they brought more soldiers, especially the people who did not take part in the Battle of a hotel remained in Makkah, now they join so now they're much more in number.

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And they want to come to Medina and wipe you out all Muslims.

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So Abu Bakr sends back to the Prophet Solomon says this is the case. The Prophet Hassan says to the Companions don't go to Medina.

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Let's head towards them, straightaway go towards them. We're going to march towards the army of Quraysh. And the prophets I'm only allowed the people who took part in the Battle of Oxford anyone else who wanted to join he said no, only the ones who so people were injured. You can imagine people were injured people were tired people sort of feeling defeated, exhausted, et cetera. Still, they all went with the Prophet Salah Salem and Allah subhanaw taala revealed these verses about them so much earlier Milan and Lady Ana Paula La Romana so in the NASA called the Jamie Foxx show home facade home Eman and what God who has been Allah one ml will keep they are the people who someone

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told them that people of Christ have gathered huge number of people to fight you for you.

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So feel them run away from them facade the homie man I increase them in Eman and faith and trust in Allah subhanaw taala were idle husband Allah Who and ml were killed. They said, Allah is sufficient for us. He's the best dispenser of affairs. He's the best one to take care of our affairs. functionable Binet met him in Allah he will fumble. Let me answer some so on whatever ordered one Allah, Allah Allah, Allah Allah. So what happened? The ultimate, you know, end of the story was that the Prophet Solomon that companions marched south towards the army of Quraysh Qureshi, when they heard about this, they said, None of these are broken lions. That's the word they use. These are

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broken lions, and they're going to fight to the death. There's no point, you know, risking it again, we have secured such a fragile victory is going to ring about is going to be aired in the Arabian Peninsula as a victory as a victory. Let's keep it at that. Let's not risk it. So they decide to withdraw back to Makkah and forget about the Prophet salallahu Salam. The Prophet Salam made it all the way he reached an area called hemraj Al Asad

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closer to Medina, but between McCune Medina and he come there for a short while until he confirmed that the people of Quraysh decided not to fight with him and they went back to Maccha he saw salaam headed back to Medina, he went back to Medina. So this was some of the historians in the book of history. They actually call this or treat this as a separate battle as separate expedition. They call it reservoir to

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Hamilton acid reservoir to Hamilton as a nick what it was actually some sort of a victory. It's a more of a psychological victory because there is psychological warfare, right? When you send a strong message to your army that I am willing to fight and they feel scared they

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This is a victory and the prophets Allah as we're gonna see later on in his life in sha Allah, He says No, sir, to be mercy irata Shahada. When the Prophet Salam first decided to much to fight against the Byzantines in a sham to north of the Arabian Peninsula, and they did not come to face him. They didn't come to deal with him, they avoided him. The Prophet SAW Selim says, I was given victory by means of casting terror in the hearts of the enemy, that they fear dealing with us. So they decided not to fight with us. So this is a very important aspect of, you know, psychological warfare giving a reputation and armies today, countries today superpowers today they use it, they

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use it by and they have a lot of means now to do it. One of the means is to inculcate in the, in the minds of the people that, you know, they are the undefeatable. Right. And this is done through Hollywood, through these films and movies, and through the video games, it programs, the younger generation,

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that

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these armies that go on sort of bring about liberation, where they actually colonizing other countries and taking over and bringing about chaos, they show that oh, we are defending the human western values, right, and we're going to bring civilization to a backward or uncivilized world.

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And then they show the other other people as obviously, sometimes Muslims and others as savages, backward, ignorant, etcetera. And only civilized people are the ones. So they play with the minds of the people, this is part of psychological warfare.

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And this is actually if you look at it, it's a form of terrorism. So a form of brainwashing you're you're you're altering the, the very basic principles in the minds of people. So this is why it's extremely important if, for our younger generation, if they are exposed to an almost everyone is exposed to these in the movies.

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And in the video games, specifically, the video games, to show that the good ones are so and so on the bad ones or so and so, and imagine, as, like as your kid is a Muslim is playing video games, in order for them to score points and to get more lives is what to shoot down a masjid and a minaret.

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This is extremely serious because it goes down, it goes deep into the heart of the person to the unconscious mind. And they don't realize this actually starts to develop more ideas in their heads.

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So these are serious things as parents, we need to be careful, our younger generations will need to be careful about this.

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So again, let's go back to the prophets of salaam goes back to Medina. And

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there was a habit among the Arabs, which he was actually wailing and wedding had formal rituals. So if a person died, women would gather in the house, women within the family and from the neighbors would gather in the house, and they will start wailing in unison, meaning together as a chorus, start wailing and they will there will be a melody for it as well. So it was not chanting, some sort of, you know, crying and expressing their sadness. It was a ritual. It was a proper, very well established ritual. The Prophet Salam looks at that. And he sees that women from the Ansara actually Welling and he he says that Hamza the Allahu Anhu doesn't have family too well for him. And so the

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Prophet says, Well, I can Hamza to elaborate Hamza Lebo Akira Hamza there's no one to cry for Hamza. There's no woman to cry for Hamza. So the woman heard about this the woman of Ansara so they came to the house of Hamza they started wailing why they want to share the pain. So the prophesy seldom goes to take a nap and he wakes up and he sees they're still willing, he says, Wait, how namah is it and I'm gonna, like, walk to them and they're still here like these women's like, you don't get tired of wailing and crying and weeping. So he says layup Kena I had him back then you let them not stop you know will and use this kind of tradition from now on, let them not do it at all. So the prophesy

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said I'm prohibited this kind of wedding which is called a near and dear to me yet, even the province of southern actually called it as one of the matters of Jehovah, one of the methods of cover as well. The prophecy says, in tiny, fineness, the Houma became aquifer upon awful and ZURB when they told me you two things among people are considered to be actions of disbelief, actions of cover, why, because they saw they show some kind of despair, despair and loss of the connection to Allah and and absent mindedness of the Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala

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sort of disparate in the Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala. So the Prophet Islam says, These things such as whaling are signify some sort of Cofer in them. It doesn't mean the person who does it is a Kaffir. But it means these things, as the scholars say, lead to cover the need to cover

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Do not be tolerated, goes back home and his.

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He did really well during the battle, especially in the later part, and his sword was bent. It was that bad. So he goes back to his house to his wife for the middle the Allahu Anhu. He says, Who do you see if you have FCT for innerhalb Kajaani Yomi had taken my sword and wash it it has really done his helped me very well. It did well, today in the battle, why it was bent and he defended the Prophet sallallahu and he was salam with it.

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The province of Salam really grieves over Hemsedal the Allahu Anhu and later on a man from the Tsar has a boy

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so he's thinking of a name. What's the name the boy the baby boy.

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So he goes to the prophecies and I said it says what shall I name my my son? The Prophet Adam says some maybe I had been Esma ILA Yeah. Hamza named him give him the the, the one of the my favorite names Hamza. So the boy is named, is named Hamza.

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We have

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the guy who is we said

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who was injured in the in the battle from Karachi. And he made it back to Maccha Whap Whap with normal. So while Mayer

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goes back to his Maccha, he is treated now he recovers. And one day he's having a conversation nearby l cab where the angel is where that sort of half a circle is by next to a cab. And he says to suffer one abnormal Yeah, he says Wallahi Lola Allah the weather in in Isla de

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la cattle to Muhammad, he says had it not been for my kids. funeral. My kids and I have a debt I haven't paid off yet. And an outstanding debt. I would have

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killed Mohamed. So sulphonyl Omiya, one of the leaders of my cases, how would you do that? He says I'm a man who was like no one can compete with me in terms of rice, racing on horse horse horse riding.

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By the way, just a difference here you guys say horseback riding, right? Horseback riding.

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In the UK, there's a horse riding. So the British make fun of Canadians and Americans, they say they don't even know where to ride a horse. They have to say horseback riding that you have to write it on the back.

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Anyway.

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So he says I'm very good with riding horses, and no one can catch up with me. So what I would go is sneak into Medina and

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make it to Muhammad. And just seize the moment. Stab him kill him and run away get on the back of my horse and make it seem like a no catch up with me.

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stuff now. So fundamental media likes the idea and he says the nakoma Luca Dino Coway Yeah, look at it. He says your debt is upon me, I'll pay it off. Your kids are my responsibility. I'll fund them. I'll finance them for life. Just go and do it. So the man really has the idea in his head. He says when I get well, I shall do that.

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Again so we're going to come to his story, a third time, inshallah.

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Around this time, and Muslims are settling back, the wounded ones are being treated and they get the recovering still like this. This is an this is some sort of a scar in the heart of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that never goes away even like in some generations. The porcelain says the death of Hamza de Hamza died was one of the hardest days in my life.

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One of the toughest days in the life of the prophet Sallallahu sallam.

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I believe nobody thought it or fundamentally Allahu anha gives birth.

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She gives birth now Sophia, the aunt of the Prophet LMG, the sister of Hamza, she has a dream.

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She goes to the Prophet salaam, she panics upon the dream upon seeing the dream because the dream is a bit weird. She says, I saw one of the organs one of the like, one of the limbs of the Prophet Selim, either his arm or his leg in my house. So she came to the Prophet SAW Selim, she said I saw one of your limbs in my house. What does that mean? He says to my knee, in Nefab limita tele do well then we're tech Felina, who will be Lebanese Nikki. Awesome. So Sofia,

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had a son and her son was married. And he has a wife. Her son is called autumn autumn. Gotham Gotham.

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So the prophecy says Fatima, she'll have a daughter, she'll have a baby boy, she will deliver a boy and your daughter in law will nurse him.

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That's the interpretation of the dream. And the Prophet Solomon knew how to interpret dreams.

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So

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fundamentally the law and gives birth to a son.

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His father, I'll even I'll be Talib gives him a name. Anyone knows the name that was first given to ally to Al Hassan Ahmed, how he called them help, war.

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War he called them help. But help is a very common name among the Arabs there, there are even tribes called How to be one of the biggest tribes Arab tribes is called how to beat

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the prophets of Solomon, he hears about this he changes the name. And he says well who al Hassan is Al Hassan, the President, we love to give good names. He loved to give good names that if you came across a person who had a name with bad connotations, negative connotations, the program would change it, the province of Salem would change it. So for example,

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I think the daughter of Mr. hottub was named as the

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sinners,

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the promiseland changed her name.

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And there was a woman also named ugly. Some people do that why to protect from the evil eye.

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Which is obviously doesn't make any sense to protect from the evil eye. So they give a bad name to their child. They say that's a protection for them, it will repel the evil eye. So one one daughter was named ugly, the prophesied and called her Jamila,

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beautiful, handsome, that's the name of the prophets of salaam gives her the prophecy, Islam would actually change people's names. So one day a person came to him and person said, What's your name? He said such and such he said, No, change your name. Your name is Abdullah there was nothing would change them. And people would love this. People love this and respect it. Like what would be a better privilege than the promise that I'm giving you and giving you a name?

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Abu Hurayrah is the process of changing to Man Yes. Yes.

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One thing is well, Jabba let's go back to Jabba bin Abdullah Abdullah goes back home. But he's stuck. He's stuck. He has

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nine daughters, nine sisters, and a huge debt to pay off.

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That is inherited from his father. So

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and he went he went to those to the people who loaned his laundry at his father the money, or the actually the loan was in the form of dates. It wasn't real money. It was dates. So he went back to them. And he said, You guys give me a bit more time. Give me a break that I can, you know,

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pay you back. I can't pay all of you back. They said no, we want it time is do we have to you have to give us the debt is do you have to pay it off.

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And he looks away. He has whatever his father left a fuse, you know, his father left a piece of land with the date trees.

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But the produce won't be enough to pay off one of the debts.

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So he sort of goes back to them please like give me more time. They said no, we're not gonna give you more time. He goes to the promised land. He said Please, like

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mediate, speak with them. Hopefully to give me more time the problem spoke with them. They said no, we want our debt. Some of them are Muslim. Some of them are non Muslim. They said no, it's overdue. He has to pay us back.

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So one day,

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Jabba really feels extremely desperate. And he comes to the house of the prophets of Salaam and he knocks on the door.

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The problem says Men Who is this he says enter me

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the program says Anna Anna Anna Anna, like in a loud voice. Basically, what the person was frustrated, like, like it doesn't help. who's who? Like you're not gonna there's someone says who's this? It's me. Okay, that's that was helpful. Like, who are you?

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So the problem was teaching him and this is a prophetic, you know, etiquette that when someone says who's this, you say your name? You say your name. I remember when I was.

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There was a there was a kid in our class. When I was in fifth grade. I remember this, this kid and the teacher asked him he says, What's your name? He says,

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What's your name says me. It says I know it's you. But what's your name? He says me. Okay, where do you live? He says there.

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Is it like, what? What is there you don't even give an indication

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So that was sort of the same thing communication is supposed to be clear someone says Who is this you just give your name on the phone as well

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there are

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there are people as well there are etiquettes as well for the phone for example someone there are people who call and this happens like back home a lot someone like someone calls and you pick up and he says who's this so I'm sorry to introduce yourself first right especially with the older generation like who's this I mean you are calling me and asking me who is this but anyway it's good to sort of like when when you when you you're calling someone you say Introduce yourself I'm such and such um so and so etc

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so the prophets also said okay what's going on? He said this is the situation is getting worse it's time to pay off these people and they don't want to give me any more time and whatever I have you know the produce which he hadn't harvested yet he said there's not enough The problem is that okay, you go to your piece of land and gone call all these people that you owe money to bring them over the promised land goes to him and he says don't harvest it until I come the prophets of salaam goes around and he makes

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upon in the piece of land he says harvest it they start harvesting it they put it program said don't mix the date types you know they have different details. Today we have subcarrier we have Bernie we have bird etcetera they had different types by the way Bernie is one of the common common types and the prophets of says Pharaoh tamale common Bernie so some of among the best of your dates is Bernie and by the way it's cheap is not one of the expensive ones is cheap. So the province of Islam tells him don't mix the types

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make them heaps of each type here and there so that's what they did the Prophet Salam came and Prosser made dua on these heaps and the Prophet Salim sat by them and he said give me these people that you owe money to one at a time. Bring the first one and he said was 66 kind of sick tuna was can

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60 I would say 60 measures and each of those measures is actually is is a lot is like let's say

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what

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is the one

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bushel I don't know this okay? bushel okay it's a sack to say a big sack one of those big sacks so 60 of them. So the Prophet said Okay, bring them one at a time. And he starts giving them each one whatever jabber owes them.

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And he gives all of them jab at him. Abdullah says Wallahi I look at the heaps and they still as they are still like they haven't gone down. Still the same amount after he had paid every one of them. This is a miracle from from Allah subhanaw taala this by the one sale Bukhari

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hurry.

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So Jacqueline says all messenger of Allah like

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like they still the same.

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Across all i said i I testify that You are the messenger of Allah. The Prophet SAW Selim says to him

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Yeah, the process of says okay, go until AbuBakr normal about it.

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So he goes, he finds a worker normal job goes to overcome Normally he says to them, you know, what the person did? It was, you know, I had this debt and the processor and said harvested and he may do and he started giving these people their shares. And still the dates were still the same. And they look at him and say, What do you expect? It's the Messenger of Allah. Allah, the Messenger of Allah so Allah Salah and that Subhan Allah Now the the plight of Baja was lifted by the the prophets of salaam here by the prophet I'm helping him out the prophets of salaam helping him out, set up not a lobby. Anyone remember that? A little bit from the answer.

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So I did not lobby.

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Does it ring a bell?

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He has a connection with Abdul Rahman bin ALF Agraharam. And alphas from the Nigerian side did not arise from the answer.

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Yes, they were brothers. He's the one who said to Abdullah Abdul Rahman bin Alf, you know, here's my wealth. I'll split it in half. One for you one for me. I have two wives. I'll divorce one of them. One has theirs over you can marry him. He said no. May Allah bless your wealth and bless your family to show me where the market is that Saudi Arabia was killed in the Battle of what?

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He left behind two doors, a wife and two daughters.

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But what happened the door the wife comes to the prophets of Salaam. That's after a hood. She says almost in June of Allah, my daughter's

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What's going on?

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She said their uncle, the brother of Saudi Arabia came and he took all the wealth of Saudi Arabia to himself. And it was a practice. It was a practice among some of the Arabs. Like your ladies, you don't need the money. I take the wealth, and I'll feed you, but the wealth is mine.

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The Prophet SAW Salem waits for revelation from Allah subhanaw taala. Allah reveals at that moment, the verses in Surah, Nisa, about inheritance, the laws of inheritance, you will see Kamala Viola commonly decorated or have their own thing and the verse after it

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welcomes for Metallica as why'd you come in them? Yeah, let me know novelette thinkin, I don't know what I'm going for, like tomorrow, but on the Metallica and so on and so forth. So Allah Subhan, Allah reveals the verses. So the Proxxon goes to the brother of Santa Robbie, and he says, the money that's already left, two thirds, go to the daughters. That's their share two thirds, and the mother takes an eighth that's her share according to the verse, and then you take the rest

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which is called a tough sleep. Okay, that's it.

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So the man complied hamdulillah and the daughters got their,

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their ship the prophets. That time, gave them gifts, earrings. Porcelain give give these two daughters earrings as gifts. And actually their daughter or one of one of one of them that her daughter later on remembers she says she kept the earrings she says this is the earring the prophecy has been gifted to my mother when she was a little girl

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you the

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story, those who have a good memory, we said one of them margerine. Remember, there was a family, Abu selama and almost selama and their son when they were making hijra,

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Abu Salah was making his law, his in law said you can't take our daughter with you. You're taking a big risk. You can't take her with you. So they took his wife said that's our daughter, she's part of our family. You can't just risk her life. So the son stayed with the mother. And then the family of Abu selama said, Okay, I mean, you took the wife of our brother, we're going to take the son, he carries her name. So they fight over the son until they you know, each one pulls them from pulls them from one side until they dislocated his shoulder. And they take the son away from his mother for a year. She keeps crying until after he they give her back her son and the family says you know

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let's send her back. Let's send her to their husband.

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Now

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abou selama is actually ill and he passes away. He dies. But I'm gonna send him as a very strong woman very strong believer. She says he also la mana pool.

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The Prophet also says that the guru ilaha illa Ikeda to amino Allah do I say only that which is good because when someone dies, the angels, they say are mean to wherever do you make?

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She says Messenger of Allah, what should I say? The Prophet Salam told her he said, Only Allah Who MacPhail LEE Well who RTB name in hookah hacer la se, O Allah, forgive him and forgive me and give me something better than him or give me something better than someone better than him. And that's it. This is a story we're going to come back to we're leaving a lot of loose threads. We're going to come back to them in Sharla. So you have to have good memory guys.

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So we said the Hassan was born, the prophets of salaam slaughters two RAMs. As his attacker,

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as his attacker and the attacker have a son is two sheep and the article of girl baby girl was one sheep. The Prophet says hello mo Luden Morita Hernan BRP Scotty he, each child has sort of bound with their updates to the movie Yomi Saba and Robbie, I shot a washing machine should be slotted seven day 14 or 21st, if not any other day. But

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I think it's important to be done. A clicker is important to be done for the baby. And Hassan Subhan. Allah was loved so much by the prophets of Santa Rosa. I loved him so much. That's the is it the first grandson?

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Not necessarily the first grandson because the zeyneb had omega. Zainab, the daughter of the Prophet Adam had omega, but that's the first boy grant grant Boy Yeah, Grant grandson, grandson.

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The Prophet Solomon loved him so much actually. When he grew up a little bit the prophecy I'm used to carry him on his show.

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elders and he used to take him to the masjid. The problem is to bring him to the masjid. And when the bras are made, so you would, he would, you know, mount the back of the Prophet salallahu alayhi, wasalam and prosom would stay for long ensued to the point that the person who did this one day one of the companions thought something happened to the Prophet Salam. So he raised his head to see what was happening. So he said, I saw Al Hasan on the back of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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and after this Allah the companion said O Messenger of Allah like us, you spent such a long time in your sujood

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we thought like there was the revelation coming down upon you the Prophet son said law Well, I can never know any harder to handle any for carry to an aura Geeta, who like my son, my grandson, he went he went on my back I didn't want to push him to finish early so I stayed there for him. Imagine the man does this today right? Imagine he does this was that so

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like you're late for the karma one minute and you can see the piercing looks

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like how dare you

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underline lesson by the way it was the one who had the most resemblance showed the displayed the most resemblance to the Prophet sallallahu he was sitting one day the person was walking with I don't even have it oh sorry. I have the last one who was would not be tolerated and they were very close friends by the way they were walking together and this is later on. And Hassan is a toddler and he's playing with other kids

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and we Booker sees him back loves him he goes and rushes to him and he carries him and he says be Abby shabby Han Ben Nabi Lisa shabby, Han barely. It says out sacrifice my father for this child. He looks more like Muhammad than his father Ali.

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So so the children children had such an important I'd say important.

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Like station in the light.

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It's a they were really cherished by the prophets of Salaam. He really appreciated them President appreciated them so much. The Prophet Salam would carry OMA as well in his salah. In the narration on site Bukhari the prophets of salaam would lead the Salah in the masjid carrying OMA

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carrying hair on his shoulders.

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Carrying his granddaughter. Again imagine the Imam does this. Probably half the congregation will leave the masjid and pray by themselves. That's the Prophet SAW Selim carrying your name on his shoulders in Salah. And when he goes down, he would bring it down and put her on the floor. And then when he stands up for the second book, he carries there again.

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For some people this is like your Salah is null and void.

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But that's the Prophet SAW Selim leading the Salah in the masjid

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as we said the Prophet Islam really appreciate it.

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Appreciate it kids. And

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there is a companion called Mohamed, one of the answer His name is Mahmoud he was a he was a child little childhood the during the life of the prophet saw Selim he was five years old. As an adult later on, he says well law he in need of coral med jetten mid Gen EBU saw Salem v Wade G baiting,

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McCann only humps, I'm sinning.

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I remember the Prophet SAW Salem, sort of spraying some water in my, in my face the Prophet and put water in his mouth and he sprayed it on the face of the child playing with him playing with him, it sticks in the mind of that child. That's how he remembers the Prophet sallallahu alayhi

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wasallam

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there was a group of people who came to the Prophet, so I said to them, and now just let's create a context.

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The news spread that the Muslims were defeated. So it was considered by many of the people in the Arabian Peninsula as a defeat to the Muslims. It wasn't a full defeat, really, it wasn't really a full defeat. It was as we said, a setback.

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It was a hard blow to the Muslims.

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But this news spread around the Arabian Peninsula, the Muslims got this really you know, hard blow. So they started saying okay, the Muslims before they sort of stand up again on their feet and sort of you know, really regain their balance. Some of them started thinking of attacking the Muslims. Because remember, we spoke about this context previously, your whole Arabian Peninsula. So the most saw the Muslims as Renegades

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as people who just, you know, outlaws that we need to

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Why'd they sort of threaten the system and the balance that we have in the Arabian Peninsula, so everyone had enmity towards the Muslims. And the Muslims, as we said, where they were sitting ducks for everyone else, is why the proxim was extremely careful. He was sending people to find out news about every one every tribe in the Arabian Peninsula. He wanted to avoid being taken by surprise.

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So a group from

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from Nigeria in the middle of the Arabian Peninsula, claimed to be Muslim, they were not Muslim. They were pretending to be Muslim. They said We accepted Islam, they came to the Prophet of Salaam. They were from two clans called okell and arena.

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They come to the Prophet Salam, as a group of people and they say we, we, we looked into Islam and we want to become Muslims.

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So they became they pretended to be Muslims.

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And then, you know, Medina, we said had a plague. Remember, what about when Medina Medina had the plague.

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These people got hit by they caught the contamination.

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Now the people in Medina, I think developing

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some kind of immunity. So the plague doesn't affect them anymore. But strangers get affected by it. So they caught the contamination.

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And they their body started feeling really weak. So they complained to the Prophet SAW Salem and they said, you know, we're not used to the life of the city, probably this is making our bodies weaker.

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The Prophet said, Okay, you just go to the outskirts of Medina, we have what we call iblue sadaqa. You know, whatever Sadiq Khan specially does occur, it was kept by the prophets I seldom, and whenever there was a need for it, the person would give it where it's needed. So part of the sadaqa was a herd of camels. So the prophets was appointed for them a group of camels, the President said, Go and drink from its milk, it's really it's good for your health. And you guys spent some time outside of Medina with his fresh air. And the Prophet Sam appointed one shepherd, to look after this group of camels. And, you know, be in the service of this group of new Muslims.

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They spent some time outside of Medina for like, maybe weeks, they get back their health, they recover. What do they do? They don't, they couldn't. The reason was they wanted to come to Medina. And they, they wanted to think they were thinking of a way to sort of do some kind of damage to the Muslims, but they figured out they couldn't, but they found okay, this might be something like we could do. So they took the camels,

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they stall them

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and they pop the eyes of the shepherd

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and they run away with the with the with the camels, the news rich, the Prophet Solomon prophesied him send some of the companions to chase them, they capture them, they bring them the Prophet Salam does not deal in our does not take that lightly. This act of treason, lying, you know, being treacherous in such a way and do this kind of like hip hop of the eyes of such an innocent person who was serving you, who's helping you out. So you sort of bite the hand that was extended to you. The prophets I said and said you can teach a lesson. So he's, he's the principal of sauce, AI for AI and Life for life and they killed another person by the way. So the prophets of salaam gave them a

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severe punishment with ended up in them being killed and then being killed. Now this is not the only story because there are other people who thought that the Muslims are in a moment of weakness, let's take advantage of this. One of them was someone from the tribe of who they who they is close to Makkah, and who they do by the way, later on, this is where Imam Shafi learned his Arabic masters Arabic.

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One of the leaders was highly dimness of Yan, a very vicious, aggressive person.

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He thinks, Okay, the Muslims are weak, he starts gathering an army to go and attack Medina at some time, and he sends the call out anyone who wants to join me to find Mohammed, you guys can join me. The prophets of the news reached the Prophet SAW Selim the process and realize that this man could really gather a huge army. And if he were to attack Medina, this is something we can't deal with, practically speaking, we can't deal with

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the provinces and and start thinking of a way to sort of abort that whole threat without having to engage in war.

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So he thinks, tries to think of a way and the shows that the Prophet SAW Selim was actually very well informed, very well engaged with the reality of his time. And proxim was extremely, I would say creative in his approach to things,

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the prompts on things what could be done to sort of, you know,

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delete and cancel this kind of threat without causing so

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to huge military engagement How can we do that? President thinks about this he comes up with the idea and he puts a plan what is this? Next week we'll find out and sha Allah

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play we have time for one or two questions inshallah any questions

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really asked Leah Her name was Alcea

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Oh, for our ESEA

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two letters are different ESEA is Hamza and seen ESEA the other ones that are 18 on site ousia in English they're gonna end up being written the same probably, but they're different asiyah is the wife of Iran I honestly Yeah. From masliah sin

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for us, but actually a different

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way. Okay. Yes.

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Yeah, which when the child runs in front of you, it's not a big deal. It's not a big deal. Yes. And that's why actually that's the opinion of che Fidel banya Rahim Allah Allah that the child is around is you're talking about a toddler you're not talking about six years old, seven years old. And a Yo mama is someone who's still not like this. Right? So six years old is Mommy is like they can tell what's right from wrong to a certain extent. You know what's appropriate, not appropriate. But we're talking about a toddler like two years old. One and a half. Yeah, this kind of child if they walk in front of you and not a big deal. Some people unfortunately I know that they might push them no Be

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careful with such a toddler. It shouldn't be a big deal. Yes.

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Any more questions

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top of the mountain the actions

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those that the Muslims will need and

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so just as a reflection

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this could be a command

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of what is the difference between that and someone with the seven competency services so now something and he would not call a full

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name we get here that forgive

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these components. What is what is

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that

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just to get it

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I really don't get your point.

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But I don't get the exactly what you asking about these arches. they disobeyed the Prophet SAW Salem. Yes. And they made a big mistake, but ultimately ALLAH forgive them. Okay. Now, for someone who this obeys the Prophet sallallahu sallam. This is something that has to do with okay, because the commands of the prophesy sell them. Some of them are obligations. Some of them are recommendations. So with an obligation, if you disobey the prophets of salaam that's a sin. But with recommendations, it won't be as is considered a sin, but it's not a good sign. It's not a good sign, but someone who consistently this obeys, then there is something wrong there. But, like any sin that

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we fall into is an act of disobedience, the prophet Unto Allah subhanaw taala. So Allah forgives if someone repents Allah forgives.

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I'm not sure if that's your point. If it's not I can deal with it later because that seems I think there's something else you're trying to get to.

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Anyway, inshallah we'll leave it at that. And we will meet next week in sha Allah and hope you guys enjoy the potluck barnacle off eco salsa machines.