Life Of The Prophet 37

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hamdulillahi rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad Ali, he also have a hegemony and

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again, we're explaining the or we're just elaborating on the social life in Medina after the Battle of HUD, some of the developments in terms of

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Revelation, in terms of implementation. And in terms of

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the connection, the prophets have sort of managed to build the sense of unity and connection that have sort of managed to build in the Muslim community, in in Medina. And these are things that are really, I think, these are guiding principles for us, these days to benefit from them, to benefit from them. So the Prophet SAW Selim really managed to create a beautiful, coherent community together. And again, one beautiful aspect that really emerges.

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And if we can get these kids to come down

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the Prophet saw one aspect of the, of the life of the person who really emerges so strongly, and that's his ability to manage so many aspects at the same time. And the shows the brilliant leadership style of the messengers of Allah when he was salam. We said, he was building a community, a sense of brotherhood and connection and this beautiful Bond. He was receiving revelations he was teaching and educating.

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He was managing relationships with other parties in Medina, like the three Jewish tribes, the non Muslim Arabs, Pagan Arabs, who were still in Medina. And the Prophet SAW, Selim had to keep under watch a huge number of Arab tribes, who are outside of Medina, surrounding Medina, and in different places in the Arabian Peninsula, keep them under watch, because all of them pose the threats towards the Muslims

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attack, could reach Muslims from any angle. So the Prophet SAW Selim need to manage all needs needed to manage all of these things, all of these aspects. And yet he made that in a very beautiful way. So this is an aspect of the life of the prophet saw Selim that is actually good for us to learn, really good for us to learn something else as well, that we're going to see

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was, again, the development of revelation that Islam was starting to become more elaborate. In Mecca. Islam was mainly about Aqeedah was mainly about, you know, articles of faith and about things of the matters of the unseen to believing these o'clock era, about the hereafter and about mainly worshiping Allah subhanho wa Taala alone, not much. You know, do's and don'ts were revealed in Maccha very basic, simple stuff. So

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Xena was made haram right from the outset. murder was made haram right from the outset, eating haram, animals that were not slaughtered with the name of Allah subhanaw taala were made Haram as well right from the beginning. Why? Because all of these connects strongly to the concept of Tauheed concept of worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. Alone Salah was established and according to many scholars at the beginning, Salah was done twice a day before and it start with Mr. Lodge, Salah was performed twice a day, one in the morning, one in the evening tour like each there was at the beginning. Some scholars indicate that the obligation upon the Muslims was actually to pray at the

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emaline that was the only obligation upon the Muslims and they say Surah Muslim is a testimony to this. It was to Yama Leila was made obligatory upon the Prophet SAW Salem, and the companions of the Allah and home until the journey of Allah will Mirage when the five daily prayers were prescribed. And so the Muslims had been praying before this law was not the prayer that we know had already been been perfect. All of this our knowledge, but the specification

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And the stipulation of five daily prayers

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was done during this journey of ultra well mirage. And that's when all our other like obligatory prayers were sort of abrogated. So they later became a recommendation, and so on and so forth. The Muslims have had to pray five, five daily prayers.

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There are so many lessons to learn from the Sunnah from the seer of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam again, oftentimes, we fall in the trap of just trying to follow the prophets of Salaam and certain technical issues. But we fail to see that the seal of the prophets of Salaam is rich with a lot of guidance and advice, a lot of guidance and advice. For example, you will see how revelation which we just talked about, took a gradual, incremental sort of

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pathway. When it comes to Revelations, there were not too many do's and don'ts, instructions. These came later on in Medina. Now, in Medina, things were developed, relationships were specified, marriage issues, inheritance issues were specified details about what's haram and what's Halal in terms of eating, and so on and so forth. These were elaborated in, in the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, we're going to see actually now we're going to deal with a new aspect where alcohol will become haram. Alcohol will become Hold on, we mentioned a few incidents, when Muslims in the early stages were still drinking alcohol. It was a common occurrence. And this is

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there's also a beautiful lesson here to learn.

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Alcohol was an integral part of the social life in Arabia.

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It wasn't just drinking alcohol. There was a whole social system built on this relationships.

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Most people don't go and drink alone, people would drink together,

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people. So it was a form of socialization. And people had gatherings. People had gatherings, specifically to drink together.

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And they had things to do during these times. So they had poets sort of reading and chanting poetry. for them. It was there was a whole system around this whole practice. This tells us as well, it gives us guidance today as to when we have social practices that are willing grained in this society, how we should do with them.

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So Islam took with alcohol, it was a clear example. Islam took a gradual approach to alcohol, although alcohol brought about a lot of destruction, a lot of issues in the Muslim community, and they in the whole Arab society at the time and in the Muslim community. But Allah subhanaw taala did not make alcohol haram until this year, which we are talking about now, year three after hijra,

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which is about 16 years into the message of Islam, into the prophethood of the Prophet saw this problem spent, most likely 13 years in Mecca, and now three years in Medina.

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So the prohibition of alcohol came when 16 years later, from the more of the moment of the first revelation, what does this tell us?

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It shall be Allahu Anhu specifies she says, now can a woman as Allah mean a lot of trouble hamdulillah Kali will Allah Hilah. And

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she said Had it been,

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had been the first things of revelation to be revealed to the Prophet and salam bin about the prohibition of alcohol, the Arabs would have said, we would not leave it at all, would never leave it. Why? Because it was a very important part of their social life of their

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you know, financial, or of the markets of the markets. Up until this moment, there were Muslims were actually selling alcohol. The whole business was based on alcohol. One of them is called casein, one of the components called case and his business his whole like, business life, his whole business was built on traveling to different countries bringing new types of alcohol and selling them to selling them in Medina, to Muslims or non Muslims. That's how he made his own wealth. That's how he made his own money.

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So it took as I shall be, Lynette says that it took a while Allah subhanaw taala established faith established or he'd told people about paradise about the Hellfire when email was established. Now people are ready to be instructed

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and we Muslims today we are supposed to follow this kind of wisdom and this kind of aspect of the life of the prophets I seldom do we make the halal haram or the Haram halal, no, we don't. But we observe the increment

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Until approach to these things.

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And you're Muslim. We don't have to give them all the prohibitions and the obligations all at once. Take them slowly. Take them slowly as well, a very important aspect in our data.

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In our data, most of the discussions that take place about Islam now are about what

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about regulations, why ministers are allowed to marry four wives? Why you have these punishments? Why the laws of inheritance aren't just like this? Why is this prohibited? Why is this allowed? Why is this obligatory? And people, people who don't know Islam properly, they start to say this doesn't make sense. Why? Because they have not been subjected or they have not been through the process, the divine process of presenting Islam.

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People without faith, a lot of the obligations a lot of the prohibitions a lot of the legislation, the jurisprudence fiqh would not make sense. Why? Because you need to create a context for it first.

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It makes sense only when people understand our data. When people understand fate and send the truth on a Sunday swirled, then the regulations and the jurisprudence makes full sense.

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But how can we argue with people about these details about Islam without the foundation being established?

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That's the problem.

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That's the problem. So Allah subhanaw taala, the way he guided the prophets of salaam to convey the revelation was through this kind of gradual approach. And this way, even when we thought about all the Allahu Anhu said unto him, had different Coleman, Hadith and later blue who are all of whom illegality Bible him fitna.

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He says, Whenever you share with people, or teach people something that is above their heads, something they can't grasp something they're not ready to understand and assimilate, then it must cause a fitna, for some of them will cause confusion to people, and maybe two will cause some of them to reject faith.

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So this is why we have to observe how the prophets of salaam used to convey the revelation how even Allah Subhana Allah gave it to him, and how the person would educate people. We can't take away the human element of people's lives and expect them to be robots. Here is a software install it at all it's functioning, like all at once. It is worthless. Humans don't function like this human need time to grow into Islam and that's why the prophets of salaam says in the Hadith, authentic hadith, in how that Dena Mateen for oh, hello fi hibbett If this religion of Islam is powerful, is strong. So enter into it, gradually, meaning one step at a time.

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One step at a time and Allah Subhan Allah says in the Quran, Allah Mr. Blyton.

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But unfortunately, often times we don't see this, we don't apply this.

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We have a child want our child, you know, to implement all of Islam at one point, that's it. I told you something you have to obey, maybe he's not ready for it.

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Maybe the doctor is not ready for that.

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You have to prepare them. You have to prove it. You have to take them on that journey. And the way a person implemented Islam, it's a growth, it's a growth journey. You have to go through that. You have to go through that. So we Muslims, we are supposed to have what we call common sense. Common Sense. Sometimes people the way you apply Islam is completely void of common sense. Why? Because they take Islam technically, not in a human way. No, no human way. It's impossible to do that. It's impossible to do that. And these people only wake up years down the line years later, when they have caused so much damage. We have to be careful about this really well too because somebody might say

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well, there's common sense common to Islam.

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The first condition for someone to be more can lift someone to be responsible in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala is what

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an akuna Archelon they have to be sane human being had to be a sane human being.

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So there are so many things sometimes people apply things insanely, and it brings about fitna to them and it causes them so much trouble and they push people away from Allah Subhana Allah and they cause hatred in the heart and how much hate in the people in the heart of the people towards Allah subhanaw taala why because they don't know how to really implement Islam, how to call people to Islam. So generally speaking, generally speaking, when we tell people when we talk to people about Islam, we have to take in consideration the gradual process,

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gradual process

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Because if people take us into arguments outside of the principles and the tenets of Islam and the foundations of Islam, this is a last argument already before it starts

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before it starts because in order for you to have an argument with someone you need to share the same, you know, assumptions, the same basics but if you guys to two of you are speaking two different languages, it doesn't make sense you're getting nowhere. So these are things we have to keep in mind. I'll just give you an example from

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one example from for example, the scholars say, you know the prophets of salaam says it had to come Illa masala Illa Masala or the masjid fella at this hotel gala Katyn for person comes to the masjid they should not sit until they pray to like a

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simile which is weak the scholars later on called to hear to Masjid the greeting of the masjid right.

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Let's say someone is here at the masjid they pray to like

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and they went quickly

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to grab something from their car and I just had Tim Hortons in my head now I was mentioned Zach lucky

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so he goes to the car grab something from the current come back do they have to pray the toilet guy again?

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What do you think?

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Someone who goes uses the washroom do they have they make they have to pray the Torah again?

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Not for the widow Asuna do they have to pray two rakaat again?

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Yes and no? Yes, sir. Okay, let's make it is someone goes to Tim Hortons. That's the example that was in my head. So it goes to Morton's and gets coffee tomatoes around the corner. Okay, and they come back to the masjid. Do they have to pray to like?

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Who says no? Because it seems the majority of saying yes. Who says no.

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They don't have to pray to like.

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Now, somebody says, Where's the proof?

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Where's the proof? And this was asked, actually some scholars and as I'm mentioning it, Where's the proof? You're not gonna find in this one of the provinces a number of provinces celebrated the masjid that he went to do something like for short time when pick up something or grab something and come to the masjid. And that he actually pre talk? Oh, he didn't pray to like, you're not gonna find that.

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But you cannot find any time. Just take it easy.

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the scholars were asked about this. What's the proof about this? They said common sense. Common sense. You're in the master? Do you want to grab something come back. So that's considered you still to be in the message generally speaking.

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So they said the proof here is common sense.

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But sometimes we just met forget completely about this. Now other scholars, there is a minority of scholars who say every time you step out of the masjid, you have to pray. So it's not just like that. But the majority of this content you don't have to. You don't have to why? Because you're still sitting in the masjid and you just want to get something you are as they say, who will feel committed Jalis if in the masjid. They want all goes out of the masjid to grab something quickly. Five minutes, 10 minutes. Just they want to grab it and come back to the masjid. Okay. So it's a small interruption. They say he's in the same position as someone who's already in the masjid. They

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don't have to pray it again. Don't have to pray again. Okay, at some some stage when I was started studying knowledge, I remember I was sitting in this helicopter vigil. And the Sheikh was there he was teaching. Then he says just two minutes, he leaves the helicopter. He goes to the washroom, and he comes back and he sits and he continues to Halaqa and I'm in my head. What kind of teacher this is, who doesn't pray his two sons love to hate and Masjid. Like, I'm still applying this right? But then later on when I asked I was given that, that answer.

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Okay, now let's go. This is all about just

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trying to create a context for how we should win how we should read the spirit of the Prophet sallallahu it was how we should read it. We should read it in a human way and benefit from there's a lot of benefits in the spirit of the prophets ism, where we can see how things unfold naturally in a human context.

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So arrived after the Battle of

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of Assad.

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And we mentioned previously that Allah subhanaw taala already spoke about alcohol or intoxicants in the Quran.

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Allah subhanaw taala first mentions it without any sort of putting it down and sort of denial. Then Allah subhanaw taala mentions it

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When he says saltan is that you're living in a Amanullah Takara wa salatu wa Tsukahara or you who believe do not come to the prayer when you are intoxicated.

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You have to be sober. When you come to the prayer we said this limited the consumption of alcohol mainly to either stay first thing in the morning after fajr so you have enough time to get sober by the whole time or

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after Asia.

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So you have enough time to figure you'd be sober by first time.

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So this limited consumption, among them haka probably Allahu Anhu used to make dua he says, Hola Mundo tienda. And I feel hungry by Yan and Shafia. or Allah give us something clear about alcohol. Give us something clear about alkyl we mentioned some incidents, you guys remember about Hamza will be Allahu Anhu when he sort of slaughtered the two camels of Alina, we thought we mentioned another incident by Alina Vitaly, probably Allahu Anhu right. And this is why the version saltiness that was revealed do not approach the prayer when you are intoxicated, and you know, we thought it was leading the salah they went the house of some of the unsolved he led the salah for them, and it was

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one of those probably marketable OSHA. So he read earlier you healthcare thrown at Al Fatiha. He said earlier you will carry your own law do matter but don't write. Say Oh you who? Those who don't believe I don't worship what you worship.

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But he read it another way because he was intoxicated. He said earlier yo Catherine nabooda Mata Budo he said, Oh you who believe we worship what you worship. So when the person was told about this, Allah subhanaw taala then revealed, yeah, you're letting Amendola takanobu Salah and toxocara Now comes the time for the clear cut, ruling about alcohol 16 years after the first revelation, Allah subhanaw taala says yeah, you'll have the normal camera well, amazing. Well, unsolvable digital man hammer the shape and if it's Tony abou fish Tinubu that look beautiful and salted, made Allah Samantha reveals all you who believe.

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Allah mentions a few things like costing lots like gambling,

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and alcohol. All of these are filth, from the work of Shaban.

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From the work of shaytaan Fejn 10 Eboo. fetched honey, boo hoo avoid it, avoid it. Some of the scholars say this is one of the strongest words because by the way, there are people now

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who say that the Quran doesn't say don't drink alcohol. It doesn't prohibit alcohol and says fetched anymore who actually the scholars of Sol sol will focus specifically in an area called the dela lat the indications How do the words give indications?

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They say the word fetch the neighbor who is more powerful than saying alcohol is haram. Because vigilante boo that means you avoid it completely. You avoid it completely. What does that mean? You have no engagement whatsoever with alcohol, what are they making of it? Whether any type of helping out in the process of making it or carrying it? Or drinking it or being around alcohol when it's being like you can't be on the same table when someone's drinking?

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Obviously selling it and buying it and trading with it.

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You can't say for example, you know, I'm not selling my I'm not buying it, I'm just putting it on the table for this person. Or I'm doing a delivery and I'm just you know, I'm just delivering it to that person that's involved. That's that's actually prohibited by this word veg 20 abou, avoided all together. That's what it means. So is one of the strongest words to prohibit.

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For example, something similar to that.

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Allah subhanaw taala what does he say about Xena? You won't find the Quran let us know don't fall Nikki don't fall in adultery. You will find what attr caribou Xena and do not get close to Xena do not get close that means there is Zina that is haram and there are things around Zina that lead to Zina. They're not as bad as Xena itself, but they are somehow in this gray area around it don't even approach that don't even come near it by any means in any shape or form. That's more powerful. The same is with alcohol fetched any boo.

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Okay, so now Allah subhanaw taala

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revealed this when did the last one reveal that some incidents happened? Some of the companions were actually together in a house among them was sad, because he said we were in the house of one of the unsolved and

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there was a few a few of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu. So then from the from the

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Hear from the margerine and the answer. So he says now as they get intoxicated one of them has been says we are the first early Muslims they were intoxicated now drunk so we are the early Muslims were this were the people of Christ were that one of the people of the unsalted says we are the people of Medina. We are this and they start everyone is showing the you know what they are proud about.

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Now it gets really intense to a point where they engage in a fight no, we're better than you or no we're better than you and so on and so forth. Until they physically actually start punching each other so someone punches that

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on the on his nose and his nose starts bleeding

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so the prophets of Salaam has told a story about this Allah Subhana Allah reveals upon this incident yeah you already know him and oh no Muhammad will Mesa will answer ensemble has now merged to membership on if I'm gonna ship on fish Tinubu hula Allah come to your home avoided altogether so that you may be successful by like previously. I just forgot to mention this. One of the verses that Allah revealed about alcohol before making it haram says Alumina caniell hamari. Will Mesa He asked you about alcohol about intoxicants and about gambling? We'll refer him out if someone can be on woman if your holiness say there is in them good benefits. And there is harm.

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Also, so there's there's great harm in them and there are many benefits. Look at even the language that Allah Tala uses kullfi Hema if someone can do this great harm in them,

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woman and if you're already a nurse and and benefits so Allah mentions benefits. And this is a beautiful approach that is called Elmo as

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in the Arabic language, it means being just being just that you actually mentioned what is for you and what is against you. People are always selective. Always, like people mentioned what's in their favor, and they don't mention what's upon them what's against them. This is why the scholar said hello Asuna

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wanna lay him out as soon as the people are upon the Sunnah of the Prophet was on him. They mentioned in all arguments and all matters what is for them and what is against them.

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What supports what they say and what seems to go against it.

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What a little bit, and the people of innovation and Buddha, you're all known Amala Han,

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Li Li Somali, the people have been innovation, they see what's for them what supports and substantiates what they're seeing the arguments, but they hide, what invalidates the arguments or what seems to go against the arguments.

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But in Islam, we have this man, Allah Subhan, Allah does this and the Quran Allah says Allah doesn't deny there are benefits in alcohol and intoxicants, and there are benefits in gambling as well. But Allah says, they're evil and their harm is greater.

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And here's where she could have stumped him. Yeah, he says, It's extremely rare to find something that is completely harmful and bad. Or to find something that is completely good and free from him. It's very rare.

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He says, but Well, I can deliberately fish Sharia.

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For you, female fella, but masala to who I am. I've said that.

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But the most important thing about Islam is that Islam always sides with the greater benefit against the hump. So if there is something that where the benefit is greater than the harm Islam would side with that, if something has been harmed greater than the benefit, Islam would cite against it. So things that are haram, most of them, do they have benefits? Yes, they do. They absolutely do. But the harm is great. And that's why Islam makes it Hello.

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This why don't take an absolutist kind of approach to halal and haram when people argue with argue with you. There are people who, for example, let's say

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music there are there is research that shows that music helps plants grow. And it helps brains and create create connections and it helps children and so on. We're not denying this. It could be. It could be it's possible.

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But the harms are greater. That's why it's

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as simple as that.

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And most of what we have in life, you know, you gotta have, you know, benefits and harms. And this is why again, we have something else that the scholars called min headroom, wasn't it recently, they started calling it magic. Why isn't it? What does this mean? This means dealing with people. When you do it with people, you can't if someone has a bad aspect about them.

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You can paint the whole person with that brush. Because the person who had something has something bad they all also have something good. So you have to be fair. You have to be fair and just when dealing with people you

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You can't sort of exaggerate the bad things about them and overlook the good things about them. You can't. You have to be fair. And this is by the way, this is not only for an instruction to restrict us and make things hard for us. No, this is something that's actually beneficial. We said, there's nothing that Islam really guides us to, except that the benefits in it are greater than the humps. It's for our it's in our own interests. That's how Islam works.

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So the prophets of salaam guides us, he shows that how we deal with marriages, for example, bruxism says it, basically he's indicating that you're not going to find a perfect person, you're not going to find a perfect wife, you're not going to find a perfect husband, right? You're going to have good things about them and things you hate about them. Because we're humans. We're humans. So the prophets of salaam says he instructs, and

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he basically directs husbands, how to handle the wife, when they have you know, they see something bad from their wife or there's something about their wife they don't like the person and says, Now you may or may not

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let not a believing man hater believing woman that means husband, let him not hate his wife

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in carry him in her hullo convertible. Yeah, I mean,

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if he hates some of her traits, some of her behaviors, he has something else to like about

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her. And oftentimes, this is how marriages end up in divorce, or in a great deal of trouble. How someone says something about their spouse they don't like they focus on it. And what you focus on grows in your mind.

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Oh, she has this about how she's how she behaves about this, oh, this is what how he responds, he has a temporary he has this, he has that right? And you only see this about this person and you start to neglect why? Because we have a limited attention. So when you focus on something, it pushes away all the other things. So this one is gonna grow in your mind, oh, this is a bad person. And you then you can't tolerate that person. The hatred grows and the resentment grows to a point where you can't even stand that person. You don't want to be with them in the same place.

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The problem is giving that guidance. So again, part of the balance that we have in Islam that we learn from the same principle how Allah's mantra speaks about alcohol and about intoxicants. Let's say they're not completely evil, but we make them haram because the harm is greater harm is greater than the benefit.

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So with people as well, we have to have this use this with your spouse, use this with your children.

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There are parents who say no, I want to be harsh on my children so they can grow to be better. Don't do this. Don't do this. When you focus on the bad things we're going to see actually to how the Prophet said I'm really set away on how to treat people, even people will have mistakes. You know, I was going to mention this later on. But let me mention it. Now since you know we're talking about this.

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There was a companion his name was Abdullah.

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It was a very funny companion. He had a sense of humor. And he would make the person really laugh.

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And he used to set the properties to prank the prophets. Allah says

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he literally used to prank the Prophet SAW Selim. So there's a type of sort of like food or sweet that was they used to make them in the Arabian Peninsula. He used to bring a plate to the Prophet SAW Salem and say, offer it to the provinces and the provinces someone would eat it.

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Then a man would come around when the person had already finished that plate or eaten that plate and this guy Abdullah is close is around in the same area as the person and a guy comes and he says to Abdullah, pay me for the plate, you haven't paid me for the plate. He says, okay, here, Harry, he's the guy who eat he ate it is the profit. Take it from the profit.

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So you bring them to the province say, I'm sick of Allah paying for the food you ate. That's how we used to prank the province.

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The promiseland would love and then he would give the man his money. You'd give the man his money. This was I mean, one of the companions of the Prophet. He had,

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like a flaw

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was the flaw. He was addicted to alcohol. Later on after the alcohol is made haram later on.

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He is addicted to it.

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He drinks all calls he's brought to the prophets, Eliza

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and he was punished

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many times, first time is punished. Okay. Then later on. He's brought again to the Prophet SAW Selim. He drank again is to be punished. He's to be punished. He's to be punished.

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And he's a close companion to the Prophet sighs Allah.

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Did you ever see Oh, did you ever hear the person I'm putting

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down. He said, Don't come near me. Don't associate with me. You drink alcohol, you're this You're that he didn't do that.

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Even one time he was brought to the process of them to be punished because he was caught drinking.

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One of the A person like it was an impulse. One of the companions says the Anahola Maxalto. May or

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may Allah kiss him how often is brought to the prophets of salaam because of drinking.

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The Prophet Selim hears that. He says that and

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he says, Don't kiss him. In the hooyo Bula pseudo. He don't curse him. He loves Allah and His messenger.

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He loves Allah and His messenger. Does the President given an excuse to drink? No, he knows it's wrong, and it's haram and he's getting he's getting punished.

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But the prophet of Islam does not write the person off, because he has such a great sin, a grave sin, one of the major sins.

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But the prophet of Islam says he loves Allah and His messenger. So the Prophet SAW Salem,

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Diaz has this balanced approach to people, balanced approach to people to this great companion.

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The Prophet Salam realizes he loves Allah and His messenger. Although he falls repeatedly into this grave sin major sin, your the Prophet son doesn't write him off, and says, the Prophet SAW Salem does not play down the enormity of that sin.

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The man gets what he deserves.

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That's how we should be in our relationships, and our treatments of people, there are people who've just see you doing something wrong, or they think they have sort of been evil suspicion, they just arrive at a conclusion somehow.

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And probably they don't give you syndrome. And maybe they'll warn people against you. I tell you, people have to be careful about this guy, right.

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And maybe they look down upon you,

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that treats you bad.

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We're not supposed to be judges on people. You can't do look at the Prophet SAW Salem, I mean, how we dealt with people,

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we have to have this kind of balance. So this balance is there, not only now with people, but also with issues as last month as he speaks about alcohol.

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So let's see, while the Companions there'll be Allahu Anhu how they actually dealt with how they dealt with alcohol.

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So some of the companions of the Allahu Anhu

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that were drinking in the house of

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a mortal, and I will call her married almost so lame, right? Remember that? He married almost so lame, because your husband we said when you were

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a Muslim, your husband, he left actually for alcohol. He was afraid that the prophets of salaam would actually reach a point where he would make alcohol haram. So he left Medina he went where he says ma the module Illa Allah knows that you have to be more humble. One hospital

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says this man is gonna make alcohol haram. It's obvious he's moving in that direction. And I can't live without it. So he leaves Medina, he goes to a sham and he says he dies as a non Muslim for that. So who marries almost lame

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about Allah, about all hammer is almost saline. And the Buddha had been a non Muslim when he came and asked for her. She said, I can't marry you. Again. Remember that? Almost lame is the mother of unexplained malic acid nomadic are the Allahu Anhu.

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So some companions were in the house of Abu Talhah

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who were they

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obey the AMA with Angela IW Jabon, some of the great companions. So hello, blah, blah, we're about to Jana

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will obey Ubuntu cap he's talking about among the elite of the companions of the Allah. And they were in the house of Abu Talhah. And they were doing what

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they were drinking, who was offering them the drink, and nomadic was offering them alcohol

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and the drinking.

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Then they hear some kind of announcement public announcement. So previously in the past, by the way, however, announcement made by a government or an official body, that would send someone in the streets, right? Send someone in the streets and make that announcement. In some cultures, they would have the drum, this guy would have the drum. And he would say, Okay, this kind of

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decision, this kind of thing was made by the government so everyone knows about it. Everyone knows about it. So they had some announcement being made. So they said to anastomotic he's the little boy. They said go and check out what's going on. Maybe there's

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serious matter so he goes on and checks. One of the companions rolling going around he says hola in rasool Allah is Allah wa salam. Ala Muhammad heard remittal Kumar and his family comes into the house he says

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so and so the Companions saying that alcohol was made haram, intoxicants were made haram,

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Boko Haram. Now the owner of the house, the host, he says to Anis Malik, you know,

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spill it, spill it, you know, get rid of it.

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So he spills it, he, then they go to the container, the main container, the jar that they have, and they actually break it, and they get rid of the alcohol straightaway. So they say the integration goes that when this verse was revealed, the announcement was made. They said, the streets of Medina,

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you know, they were like streams of alcohol running through them. The companion straightaway says, say, they said cement and now what we hear and we obey, no questioning, why? Because faith was built, faith was built. And this shows us how Islam changes people to the best.

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How stamp changes people to the best. Sometimes you might see a person

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and they're not ready for something.

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You go and actually corner them. And you want them to

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completely comply now on the spot. Maybe they're not ready. You put them in a fitna,

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you put them in a fitna.

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So these things, we have to be careful about them. Allah subhanaw taala could have made alcohol haram from day one, but he didn't. Because Allah knows people won't accept.

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People won't comply. And we're talking about who the prophets of salaam says Hierro and NASCI. Currently the best of of humanity is my people, my generation duration of the prophets of Allah.

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So this is how humans change. So we have to when we introduce things when we instruct people when we expect compliance and obedience from people when it comes to what Allah subhanaw taala said and what the messengers or Salam said,

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you know, we have to observe the level of Eman of that person, the level of maturity and growth that person, otherwise we will be putting them under fitna.

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I know sometimes people come from the perspective or not, I want to relieve myself of obligation and take it off my shoulders. I have told this person I've told this person

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but we see how Allah subhanaw taala dealt with these people.

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And also something if you find yourself compelled to tell people what's hidden and what's haram. And you, you are secure that I won't be putting that person in fitna. Then you offer that in the best of ways.

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And you don't exercise your personal judgment on that person. You're not a judge over that person. You don't appoint yourself as a judge over that person. And you're going to actually classify them what type of person they are. Get yourself out of that.

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So again, we mentioned one of the companies whose business was all about alcohol.

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Sometime after this, the prohibition of alcohol, he arrives in Medina coming from a sham and he has a whole caravan of alcohol jars that says in investment.

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That's a huge part of his a huge portion of his wealth. He comes to Medina. And what does he go first to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he has a gift for the Prophet saucer. And the gift is what is a container liquid container that has one of one of the finest alcohol types of alcohol. He knows the problem doesn't drink alcohol but is a sign it's a gift to the promise that he could give it to someone someone else. So he gets it to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So the Prophet SAW Selim tells him Yeah, he sent in the law as though it didn't look at the health law. Muhammad

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in Allah is inhaca God met. It was made haram was made halal.

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Upon hearing this, he goes to his caravan still has He is not like he's not unloaded

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the camels he goes and he breaks all the jars and he gets rid of the whole alcohol.

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Before doing that, one of the companions follows him and he starts whispering to him. The professor notices this and he says, What are you telling him? He says I'm telling him he can go and sell it

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was made haram don't drink it, but he could go and sell it why loses money? The Prophet SAW Salem says in a hurry metal hurry, Martha maniwa It was made haram and it's

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You know, the profit the money that you make from it is haram.

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And we have another Hadith from the Prophet salallahu Salam. Because sometimes people serve, you know, whether it's how long or they sell them by what's how long they say, I'm not consuming it. The messenger Salam says, in Allah either helpful or mushy and how Allah mathema know

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if Allah subhanaw taala makes something haram to consume, Allah makes your haram to sell it and buy it.

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A trade with it.

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So now alcohol from now on was made haram. And this is a huge by the way, this is a huge shift social shift in in the Muslim community, in the Muslim community. And this shows us again, let's just go back to the same point how when you

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when you introduce Islam,

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to a society or a culture where they have things that are contradictory to Islam, how to go about these things, how to go about these things, that Islam is extremely sensitive, extremely sensitive to how culture is built up. And Islam does not intend to clash with cultures Islam wants to purify these cultures develop them, when they reach a point that they are actually compatible with Islam. That's how Islam works.

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But sometimes, especially when people have

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display immaturity, sometimes people seek that kind of conflict. They seek that kind of conflict and creating conflict especially if you are introducing this lambda society is is not going to pay off.

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It's not going to pay off again the same segment of Alumina we talked about the Allahu Anhu man to be Muhaddith and Coleman, Hadith and letter Bluehole Illa candidate Bradley and fitna, if you offer something or teach people something when they are not ready to learn it, it's far above their heads. It will be a fitna because of fitna for many for some of them

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for some of them that is why Abdullah must obey Allah and who says had different NASA be mad? Yeah, hurry phone until they don't and you cut them Allah wa sudo you know, speak to people share with people what they are able to comprehend me my iPhone are able to understand. Do you want people to disbelieve in Allah and His messenger?

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That's what we're talking about. When we're talking about the concept of gradual, the most important thing, the thing that you can't be gradual about is the hate.

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The essence of Islam, La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasul Allah, there's no gradualism, that that's the first and foremost

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that's what you have to work towards.

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Then everything else comes after that.

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There are certain incidents by the way that happened during the spirit and again, as some of the scholars say, Lisa karuma, your alum who you can not everything that is known, can be said

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there are things that are culturally specific, there are things that are time specific to those times. And if we weren't to mention them today and elaborate on them, they would make, they would cause problems people not to understand certain things. So, there are things that we actually skip as we talk about this era. Why because they need very careful treatment, they need a lot of contextualization. And most most of the time, we don't have the luxury to establish enough context about these. But these things around this time after was what after I heard Malika or heard

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the hijab, the covering, specifically for the wives of the Prophet or cinema was prescribed. It was prescribed.

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Prior to that, Amana Allahu Anhu kept saying to the Prophet SAW Salem

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to cover his like, keep his wives away from people, they don't interact with them. They don't interact with the wives of the Prophet Solomon, they were to speak with them they speak from behind the screen, you don't directly deal with them. And the job is well was about covering because the Arab women's covered themselves

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but it was specifically about the hope their face has to be covered as well. These are the wives of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam he was

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so then Allah Samantha revealed the verses confirming the request of Ramadan hubbub of the Allah I know that they should be covered actually I'm gonna have Bob he really pushed towards this we really pushed towards this

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so when they actually allow on her says come to AquaDome and Nabi SallAllahu. And he was telling them hey, send for your club. I was with the Prophet SAW Salem eating from some sort of soup

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with the Prophet SAW Salem from a container or a platter for men Rama Rama passes by for those who prefer Salam invites him to the food for action. So he starts he joins them with the food he eats with them that I saw but it's by

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Who is by

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among his finger touch the finger of shallowly Allahu Anna, for Carla? Oh, is like

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it's a it's a word to show like, sort of anger and dissatisfaction. What's this?

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Says the low power of the Connemara at nine. If I'm to be obeyed over I might have my opinion of my opinion wants to be taken. I would let no one see you the words of the prophets I said why? Again the Prophet Solomon is quite dominant. Allahu Anhu. The parliament the journey of let's start with Mr. Raj. He was given access to Janna to paradise and he could see it. He saw beautiful castle, beautiful house and he really like it appeals to him. So the problem checks it out. And he sees one of the maids female mates that are actually looking after the house. The prompts and says, I asked for Sal to remind her that he has to breed who is this for is is for Allah Allah Allah Allah

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Coronavirus wa salam for other Toba Cerebro Sam says I take my eyes away for the Kaltura Takayama. I remembered the sense of protectiveness that among others, I was I'm very strict with these things. He had this sense of protectiveness.

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So the narration goes so the hijab was mentioned the hijab or the hijab was revealed the command for the for the prophets of salaam to let his wives cover and it was basically gonna be equally as logica webinar, Attica when he said meaning, you didn't need Allah hindlimb Angelababy hin then you can add in your often if Allah with a.

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So Allah Subhan Allah says, Oh prophets say to your wives, and to the anti your daughters, and to the Muslim women, that you Dineen, Allah hindlimb in July, BBN they covered themselves properly with their garments that you're offering a fillet within this will make them be recognized so they would not be harmed.

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Anyways, so

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let me test your memory. We mentioned

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maybe a month ago, a man called Wahab Ibnu

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amrop noir appears. Now web domains. What happened normally?

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I should just my own memory along with Stan. Okay.

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Yeah, we mentioned what happened. Oh man, one of the people of Kulish anyone remembers him?

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Yes, he was injured. Excellent. He was injured in a hut. And he was pretending to be dead but one of the unsolved comes around and he sees him he recognizes he's still alive. So he stabbed him with a sword in his stomach until it comes out through his back. By us still alive. He doesn't die.

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He makes it back to Macau. He recovers.

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He has

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a car conversation with Sofia Annabelle Omiya. He says sort of to survive and Omiya Lola yerli whether you know Nyla. Yeah, they have to walk to Mohammed had it not been for my children. And the debt that I have to pay off. I would have gone and killed Muhammad. Someone says how would you do that? Like, how would you go to Medina and kill Mohammed? Everyone knows you. He said, I'm someone that I'm very good with riding horses, and no one can catch up with me. So when I would go, I would sneak into Medina. I'd find a moment catch Mohammed attack him catch him by surprise and attack him, stabbed him to death and get on the back of my horse. And no one would be able to catch up with me.

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So far, no Maria says okay, your children will join my children. If you don't make it and your debt our pay for all paid off.

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Just don't go into it.

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Is okay, fine.

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So he really prepares himself he gets a dagger. He poisons it.

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He like he applies poison on it

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because he wants to kill the person with one step. He doesn't want to spend time trying to stab them to death

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that he makes it to Medina who sees him first I'm gonna have Bob bomb sees him. I'll have Bob has this fear rasa. This insight he sees he sees through people's minds. He can read people's minds. This is whoa you know, magic epic. Why did he come here? I'm gonna have Bob like doesn't have this

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She was speaking to someone like that if he really has, like serious doubts about him

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Okay, so how Bob warns the Muslims he says, I've seen what around the rest of the Muslims I've seen him around in Medina. And he is a treacherous person. He's a very tricky, deceptive person, be careful about him. So make sure you guys protect the prophets, Allah Salam, and keep an eye on him.

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So what if you know, oh my god at one point comes to the Prophet Solomon, he says, and in Sabah hanja, Mohammed says good morning, oh Muhammad, the Prophet SAW Selim says Allah has given us a better greeting.

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Now webinar, Amir is trying to be trying to be sarcastic and contemptuous disrespectful to the Prophet SAW Selim. So he says to the messenger Salam Addy because that will be one tomorrow. It says as far as I remember, you used to say somebody appeared or good morning like in Medina on am Saba Han, in Mecca and used to be okay with that used to be proud of your heritage, the Arab heritage. That's what he's, he's basically, this is the way he's speaking to the Prophet, the Prophet and realizes this is a futile, childish argument. And we're gonna get into that. It says, My academic, why did you come here?

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Let's get to the heart of the matter. Let's talk about something serious. Why did you come here? He says to FD Husar. Come.

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He says I came to speak to you about some of the captives that you still have from Mecca that you haven't released yet. I want to I want to have a discussion with you about them.

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The prophets of salaam says for my battle safe for about your sword.

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So he doesn't want he doesn't want to get debt. The person is literally asking him about the dagger.

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What about that? He wants to avoid the argument so he wants to distract the professor so I'm sorry he says we had our swords in the Battle of bedroom but they didn't benefit us

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they were to no avail they they were of no use our swords. So just forget about that. So the profit was on him says Femina sheet on altar holy software and I think hedges Lola. Yeah, they were they had a yellow icon to enter the actual Mohammed and BFC he What about your your conversation with safarnama? Yeah. When you said to him when you guys were sitting next to the camera, and you said Had it not been for my children and for a debt that hadn't paid off, I would have gone and killed Muhammad.

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And he tells him the whole story. He's completely baffled.

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So the man is gonna process it now on an on the spot.

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And he says, Wallahi you used to bring

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we used to bring the news from the heavens from Allah, and we disbelieved in it. But now you're telling me something that happened on Earth and only I and some random Romanian know about it is Allah you are a messenger of Allah, it must be something from Allah subhanaw taala. And then he he takes his shahada and that moment, and what and he has a beautiful aspect about I'm gonna hop up, I'm gonna hop up says Allah, he, he came to Medina, and he's the person that I hate the most on Earth. I thought I was talking about why, but he's the person that I hate most on earth.

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Because he's, he knows about it, and he's deceptive. And he realized, he's here for something.

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And he says, but when he left Medina, after becoming a muslim, he's one of the most it was one of the dearest people to my heart.

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What does this tell you?

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Bob, as the Arab say, has the heart of a bird.

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There's nothing personal there. It's all about Allah. You love Allah, Allah is gonna love you.

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You have issues with Allah with the Messenger of Allah, Allah has issues with you.

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This strong man powerful man this is how pure his heart what it's all about Allah, Soul about Allah, you love Allah, you worship Allah, He loves you. That's it.

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So I don't know how we have no matter how long he stayed in Medina after that, but obviously it's not a long time, maybe a few days, within these few days, from being the person that hates the most to the person that he loves probably the most.

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There's a lot of change towards him. Why does he became Muslim? He become. This is the kind of purity of the heart that we really need to have need to possess.

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We ask Allah subhanaw taala to help us

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reach this level or as close as possible, as close as possible to it. Okay, so next week Inshallah, we're going to discuss something that's very interesting as well about Revelation and how it affects social life and how the prophets of salaam dealt with serious

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sins and issues that took place in Medina, then we're going to move on to something that is extremely, extremely stressful to the Prophet Islam and his family. And there is a lot of lessons of this incident and might take a long time from us. This is something we're going to do with insha Allah next week is on the Hiromasa loss and I'm gonna do it. Next week in sha Allah, we have the potluck Inshallah, next week,

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the week after, sorry, the week after, so in two weeks, we're going to have the potluck not next week, two weeks from now, you're gonna have the potluck. So everyone is invited. Just gonna look at about a cloth