Moutasem al-Hameedy – Life Of The Prophet 45

Moutasem al-Hameedy
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honestly even on Muhammad Ali he was happy he will tell you in a moment to be humble sounding you know you will meet Dean and muda do

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we covered what is called what is known as social media last week.

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Long story short, the prophets Arsenal MCs, a dream that he's making pull off, he takes the companions with him 1400 companions join him. They go to the travel to Mecca, Quraysh refuses that they enter, they tried to sort of get engaged in a fight with him. The Prophet Salam avoids it at all costs, there was some correspondence on both sides. And they reached an agreement. And they sign it, where it basically says

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that the Prophet SAW Selim does not make 100 This year, they go back to Medina, they can come next year, and they make the ombre

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Kulish. We said wanted to take that stance, because they wanted to avoid any impression spreading around in the Arabian Peninsula, that caliche had to let Mohammed into Mecca against their will.

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It was all about their ego and about their reputation. So they wanted to save face this way. Some of the conditions were that anyone who comes to be Muslim, to join from Croatia, join the Prophet Islam in Medina. If he's under the charge, or under the responsibility of anyone else, like he's a son, he's a wife, his daughter, they can't do this without the permission of the one of the patron or the one who's in charge of them.

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But anyone who wants to join from the Muslims join Quraysh, like leave Islam and join or ah, they can do that without the permission of anyone. They seem to be an unfair condition. But the Prophet SAW Selim saw through all of this, like who among the Muslims is going to join them.

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Like things were not moving in that direction anyway, so it was pointless. But as we said, caliche was acting from a position of pride. And that's what they were working towards. It wasn't a regal thing for Polish, but the only thing that was fallacious not to allow new Muslims to join Medina.

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And we said, the speaker for Quraysh representative for Christ was so high Lebanon.

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And during the agreement, his son, Abu Jandal, managed to escape from Makkah, and he had been Muslim for a while, but they were torturing him, and they were keeping him captive. The Prophet Salam had to send them back with his father,

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based on that agreement, and part of the agreement was to have a ceasefire for 10 years. So it was a time of peace. So no one is really worried about war. No one is worried about safety. We said this was a big accomplishment for the Muslims, because they were targeted wherever they went. It was such a huge shift in the dynamics of the situation for the Muslims, by the way, in case some someone doesn't see that, like the importance and the impact of this point, it was probably the most important point in Soho dB. It was the biggest achievement for the Muslims. It was such a huge shift in the situation of the Muslims that they had safety and they could travel around, no one was going

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to, you know, attack them.

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We said some of the Muslims were set we're disappointed. I'm hot dogs specifically voiced that to the Prophet SAW Solomon to Abubakar, the prophets. I'm given the answer. And he said the promise, there wasn't anything in the promise that it was going to happen this year. So it's going to happen but not necessarily this year. And on the way back on the Muslims reached Medina, the Prophet SAW sent and received. So a lot Oh, he is a revelation he received sort of enough Adana, Allah Kapha mobian, we have given you a great

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victory. That's what it really is. It's a victory. So Allah calls today via this treaties and this agreement,

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victory for the Muslims. Although it sounds like a truce, like it's only a treaty, but it was actually a great victory for the Muslims and the Prophet Salam calls on Amara tab and he recites the salah to him, Mr. hottub, was taken by the beauty of the surah. And obviously he was among the most disappointed. Then he says to the Prophet, I'm in the whole effect. Is it really a victory? The president said yes, indeed. So this basically puts the hearts of the Muslims at peace after this kind of great disappointment.

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They had on the way back we said there were some things that happened. One of them

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was as the Muslims were traveling back to Medina and the prophets of salaam by the way, in terms of travel, he preferred to travel more at night. And he saw himself in albala totowa lane,

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he says, traveling at night

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sort of gives you a faster pace in your travel in your journey. So the literal meaning of the of the hadith is that the Earth contracts at night. So travel at night is basically you can

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cover more this distance.

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So the Muslims traveled on the way back to Medina most of the night a little bit.

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before Fajr the Muslims wanted to get some sleep because they were extremely tired. Some narrations there are some narrations in Sahih Muslim that don't talk about this incident, but they seem to have some similarity with it. The Muslims were there were nodding off on the back of the horses, horses, they were extremely tired. The Prophet Sam says this sleep. And he said who would be awake for us or who would make sure that we that he wakes up wakes us up for Fajr time.

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And that's a way as well that shows that when you expect not to wake up for fidget, you should seek any kind of help whether it's a person to wake you up, or it's an alarm clock, or your mobile or your watch whatever it is. Because sometimes there's a strange opinion sometimes people say, oh, you should not like use tools, like a clock or an alarm clock to wake you up. Know the profits are so numb when he expected probably that it would be too tired to wake up because just before federal maybe, roughly speaking, I'm just sort of trying to make sense of it around, let's say two hours before failure. And traveling. They're tired. So the Prophet I'm expected not to wake up for Fudger.

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So he asked who would he actually says me? Yeah, Kelowna, who would you know, look after us while we're sleeping? Or who would you know, make sure that we wake up? Bilal says I will do that. Nobody, Allahu Allah, the prophecies and says, are you gonna go to sleep? Is it No, I'm not gonna go to sleep.

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So the Muslims go to sleep, Bilal sits and he's resting and he falls asleep.

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So they miss Fajr

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the Prophet SAW Salem with the Companions they miss Fajr they woke up

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when it was hot and like the sun was hot. And it woke them up in generations. I Muslim doesn't talk about this incident but probably talked about just an incident and could very likely be actually this or another one. Because there's a few times in the life of the prophet Salam when they were traveling and they missed Fajr

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they said follow me on the home ill Habersham see if he can be the center like nothing really woke them up except the heat of the sun in the sky.

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who woke up two people and three people and Bob and two other guys

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among Khattab starts speaking loudly like what should we do? Like he's trying to wake up the prophets of salaam but not directly not going to wake him up. He started speaking loudly in a very loud voice to wake up the Prophet SAW. So the problem wakes up.

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Prop Salam sees that. It's the time they light and we haven't prayed for God. He asks me that he says Rasul Allah, Allah the

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Buddha says, and I was taken aback when you were taken by which is being tired and fatigued and he fell asleep.

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So the prophets are sending them and again, this is not about this incident, but it's a Muslim one of generations but it could be actually this the Prophet of Islam says Tara hello in another word, he forgot Jana and he he che upon let's move let's leave this place because it seems when we slept there wish there was Shailene or Shavon sleeping in this area as well with us.

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And that shows that missing for jobs Salah someone misses, there is an impact of shaytaan being there. So the problem says that I had one hurdle yd for cut Jana and a fish a pan. There was a sheet on here sleeping at the same time with us. So they moved to another area they moved on on their way. And then the prophets of salaam commanded Bilal to make the Yvan steelite Make the Identifizierung he made the Adonijah and then they pray their sunnah. Then we'll call the karma to promiseland prays with them Jamar we prefer jewel and he recites loud just as he prayed for on time okay. So there are rulings here there is fact that we have to learn here that

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we should take the measures necessary measures to make sure that we wake up Fulford not to masala because the prophets isms when he was asked a huge family higher, which are the best of deeds are the salah to Halawa Actaea.

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He said praying on time, best the best of deeds so should pray on time. So the Prophet SAW Salem for there was an excuse here they were traveling most of the night. They couldn't carry on

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And they couldn't stay awake till fidget So they decided to rest take some sleep. And the problem appointed one person who was allowed to wake them up, but Bilal happen to just fall asleep and they missed fidget. They woke up sun was high in the sky.

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What to do?

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To the prophets of cinema said in one narration, he says, let's move from this place because shaytaan was sleeping around this area. Now the scholars have different does that mean? This the Prophet sallallahu Sallam delay, he didn't pray instantly because there's another had, prophets are seldom, which is authentic hadith where the messenger says Manasa and Salatin owner sia Hafele. Your Salah either the Quran laka Follett, Allah in lebryk The messenger Salam says if anyone

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sleeps in and they miss a prayer

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or the they forget completely, sometimes you get busy with something you don't realize, Oh, time has passed, and I missed my asset for example. Okay, you just, you have you made a point to pray, but for some reason, just because you just got so engaged, you forgot about it completely. Then, all of a sudden, you just realized, oh, man, I missed that salon.

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So the problem is, is whoever goes into these tools like they sleep in, or they forget completely about us, Allah, let them pray it as soon as they remember it.

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Soon as they remember it, let them pray straight away. There is no expiation, no atonement for it. But this is the only way to expiate or to sort of forgive them that kind of miss kind of, you know, shortcoming.

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But the prophets of salaam here, he did not pray on as soon as they woke up, he said, let's move on. So the scholars have different they say, maybe the Prophet SAW Selim, delayed Fudger after they woke up, although they already missed it, because it was the time the sun has risen. Okay. And he wanted to avoid praying at the prohibited time, because you know, you you're not supposed to pray

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after sunrise, and before sunset.

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And when the sun is right in the middle, right before the whole, these are called our call to name. These are the times when the Salah is either prohibited or not recommended, because there's a difference among the scholars. Okay.

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Someone's got to set this but the narration says what woke them up was the heat of the sun that shows it wasn't as you know, too early, was a little bit late. So and then they said in the narration The problem says, Tara, hello, and Heather, what if a Jana and a V shape on this move on from this place? Because there was a ship on sleeping with us? And that caused us to sleep in, etc. So this is the reason

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that begs the question. If you miss the prayer at home, what do you do? Like, oh, let me pray in another house record was when else because there was shaper? Now we say no, no, generally speaking, no, doesn't apply here. It just applies in travel. But it could if you want, you could pray in another room. That's even possible. That's even possible.

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So there is fit here as to we call for cool Kobach make up a prayer that you missed for a reason. Now, also another issue here scholars have deferred if you miss a prayer without an excuse, like, you know, it's time for my webinar. No, it's time for Mark. Let me wait a little bit. Let me just watch this video. Let me you know, I'm reading let me finish a few pages. So let me come having conversation. I'll do that in 10 minutes. I'll pray in 10 minutes and you're getting engaged. And you don't pray.

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That's no excuse. Because the time was there. And you could pray but you chose to delay it a little bit. That's no excuse the scholars said do you make up these prayers? Or have you missed them for good? Two opinions? The majority say you can make them up

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not not the vast majority. Okay, not an extremely vast majority. The other opinion which I personally take his that if you miss a prayer without an excuse, you can't make it up.

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You can't

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the reason you can make it up as you if you have an excuse, apart from this Allah Subhan Allah says in masala that cannot add more meaning Nikita Abba Mahkota indeed the salah is a timely obligation upon Muslims that means it has time it has a beginning has an end. And like she says them to me this is an opinion I believe Islam to me. He says praying this Allah after its time is just like praying it before it's time. Can you pray long before it's time? No won't be accepted. He says like after his time without excuse. Same thing applies. It's a very strong stance. So it's important to observe the times of the prayers and pray them so this is a fact that we didn't and this shows you the style

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of teaching the prophets are seldom had

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profitsystem was not bombarding companions with information, learn this, learn that memorize this, memorize that that's not actually a good approach to learning, by the way, unless someone has dedicated their life for learning, and they are just a student of knowledge their whole life, their purpose is to become a scholar and learn. And that's what they do for a living. That's the life that just students of knowledge and they want to learn. They want to become scholars, they want to become teachers. That's the thing. Yes, I mean, you need to do that you need to learn a lot and study a lot. But generally speaking, the proxim did not bombard the companions with so much and the Lagna

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must only Allah. He said, cannot Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he hit a well on

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behalf of Elena, the prophets of Salaam. He used to seek opportunities to give give us advice, and more ever a reminder.

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Because he didn't want to bore us.

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He didn't want to make it too much that people get bored of that. Just so much information. And you just keep speaking and theorizing. And reminding and lecturing is way too much. I mean, humans get bored quickly.

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So the prophets of salaam styles of teaching style of teaching was actually mainly about things come up, and he would clarify them. And that's the best way to teach, persuade to learn as well. When he thinks issues come up. He would teach, he would do something and people would get interested and curious, what is this about? Then he would explain it to them.

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But lecturing to people all the time is not a good way of teaching. Unless you are, you're dealing with people have dedicated their life for learning and teaching. That's the way to do it.

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That's the way to do it.

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The love No. Massoud himself, probably Allah who used to teach every Thursday as far as I remember. He had halacha and Kufa he was Halaqaat. Every Thursday, some of his students said

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We wished like you would teach us a bit more more frequently.

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He says no. Anyway, this is where he says the to seek the moments to teach us.

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teaching is not about bombarding people. And there is an element there is an ethical element, by the way here.

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And this has to do with sincerity.

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Sure, showing your devotion publicly,

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is not a good thing.

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showing so much religiosity outside is not actually a praiseworthy, whether you think for your own intentions, because we humans, even whoever seems to be practicing and they seem to be like I say to you, they seem to be Imams they seem to seem to be these are human beings, and they have their weakness. They have the shortcomings, they have their mistakes, they have a dark side to who they are.

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If there's too much show outside, most likely they're in a world does not match that level. And that's no good.

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That's no good. And there's a principle like some of the I think it was mammoth that'd be when he was talking about the Companions comparing them or probably even logical humbly and he and his book

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football Salafi, Allah Calif, the merit of the early generations on later generations. He basically he mentioned he says a Sahaba to cannot go LuBu.

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Sentiment an alien as an owl cannot be Latino homeless. And I remember hearing him

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a millimeter if you're on favela, he'll home as an emboldened him. He said the early generations like the companions of the promises, and their inner state was far better than what they displayed, like their hearts were better than their actions, far better than their actions. But he says today, the people who later later times, people, their external is much away better than their inner state in their hearts.

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He says that's why there is blessings and baraka and a lot of goodness in the early times. So again, when someone all the time is lecturing, lecturing, that's a lot of show by the way of righteousness. That's a lot of show of righteousness is not recommended. And as again, as the masses need education and need the reminder need everything, but also the people who are doing these reminders. They also have rights as well. And they cannot compromise themselves and their sincerity to Allah Samantha for the sake of just teaching people

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for the sake of reminding people because again, there's a self proclamation when someone is speaking in public and telling people what's right and what's wrong. I mean, there's always a proclamation, silent, unspoken proclamation, that I am in a position to teach you that.

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It's that it's subtle, but it's there and it's heavily there.

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So this is why the prophets of sound

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Generally speaking was very economic and the way he taught people and the way he reminded people, again for fear of boredom for fear of overwhelming people. So this was something that came up they missed federal salah and the previous one clarify to them how to deal with it. As it came along he explained it and it makes sense now because there was a need for it and people were just two people have just experienced it so they have a lot of interest in it and this is why the Companions learnt a lot. The profits on the way back as well to Medina we said they're coming back from social labia from Makkah here. Now they're coming back to Medina. On the way back the camel of the prophets of

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Allah Salam was lost. It ran away. It was lost. But then they found it. They found it and they brought it wrote it back to the prophets, lots of them the messenger Salam with the Muslims they reach Medina. Upon reaching Medina, a lady comes young lady comes and her name is one more confirm.

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And microphone she's the daughter of rock baby no Abby more height. Because remember ochberg Nabil might.

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Yes, he was one of the worst people to have enmity towards the prophets, Allah Allahu Allah. He was in them

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she came as a Muslim because she had been Muslim. She managed to escape from Medina

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who chases her

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two men, her her brothers, two of her brothers. They come

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her two brothers Amara undelete. They come to the prophets of salaam they say we have an agreement.

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Right? Whoever comes from Kuwait and they join you without the permission of the guardian. You send them back the Prophet Sam says look at the agreement. What does it say? It says hola Julian. A man specifies a man this is a woman you're not taking

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Well, linguistically, they couldn't argue with this.

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The actual law revealed at the time at that time to the prophets I send them some verses and salt in Montana. Yeah, you are living at home and with me now to Omaha July 18. From Turkey and one Allahu Allah will be emailing him to moon Amina at him. Fella told your own Nilo COFA Lau nahezu la Mola homea Luna lOn. Allah Subhan Allah says, Your belief if the believing women come to you, and immigration they came to migrated to you to Medina, and Allah knows the reality of their belief and faith. So if you know that they are, they are truly faithful and they are believing women do not send them back to the non Muslims do not send them back. They are not halal

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for Muslim for non Muslim men,

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but not halal for them, even if they have run away from their husbands like they left their husbands would become Muslim. Their husband is non Muslim. They can't stay with them. That is the ruling when it was sent with the homie Hiuen alone and non Muslim men are not halal for these women.

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And that shows that sometimes there's an argument some Some so called progressive and they're actually regressive.

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Muslims, they say and there's no nothing that prohibits

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Muslim women from marrying a non Muslim man.

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Okay, this is in the Quran surah

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Allah says Muslim women cannot marry a non Muslim man. Simple as that. Why? I mean, there is reasoning, there's a reasoning behind it, and this is not our point yet. But this is a clearly stated ruling in the Quran.

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and see also look at the justice of Islam. In the same verse, Allah Subhan, Allah says, To whom and for all let's say there's a woman in college, she's married, her husband is non Muslim, she becomes Muslim.

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She leaves him she can't stay with him.

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Unless she hopes he is likely to become Muslim, she can give him a chance. But if there is, doesn't seem to be the case, she leaves him.

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And if she comes to you, don't send her back.

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Protect them, give them shelter, and offer their husbands whatever MA or Dori they had paid when they married that woman.

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Look at the justice of Islam.

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When this man marry this woman, they were non Muslim. He gave her some money, right? You give him some jewelry, give her some something as Dory as a Maha.

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Now when she comes as a Muslim, you Muslims as a Muslim, like there's a Muslim government. There's a Muslim group, whatever it is, okay, when that man comes, give him back his money. Free this woman from him. Again. That's justice. That's justice.

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Then Allah says, well as you know, highly commented ki Hoon, neither attimo Hoonah Adora, Han and a few. Some of you want to marry these women, you can marry them as long as you give them their mother or their dowry.

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What are tomsy Kobe SML Kawartha and you Muslims do not hold on to your non Muslim wives.

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That's a new ruling because, like I want to look at Bob had two wives who were not Muslim at the time, and they were living with him. They were not Muslim. They were his wives.

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They were living with him.

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So this verse canceled that ruling that a Muslim man cannot marry a non Muslim woman cannot and cannot have her in his house. That's it the this marriage is null and void. Again, the scholars give it an exception if she's likely to consider Islam and think why give her a break some time. Until she makes it makes her mind up.

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And what says was alo was Aluma and facto, Malia celluma and faco. So if

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your wives like the non Muslim they leave you, you have a right to get back your Dory that you give you have given to them or you have given to them. And again, it works both ways. If anyone his wife leaves him whether they're Muslim or non Muslim for that reason, then they they have a right to get the Dory back. Then you could talk Mala Jacobina calm okay, this is the beginning of Allah subhanaw taala I'm not gonna help her but this time what does he do?

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Obviously he divorces these two wives one on Muslim he doesn't even I would assume he is just divorce them like that. Obviously there was a discussion about whether they want to be Muslim or not. And it seems they did not choose Islam.

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I'm gonna

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divorce two women, some of them other Muslims as well divorce them. Now on microfilm, the daughter of Abu Dhabi might she came, and the person we said protected her. He said, her brother's bag, he said, I'm not gonna give her to you. And Allah subhanaw taala says, so if the believer is believing women come to you,

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test them make sure that they are Muslim, they truly Muslim because somebody might take advantage of this situation. And because for some reason, they will not run away from their husband and they just pretend to be Muslim. So make sure that they are actually truly Muslim and they're not just using this ruling or this situation.

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Yes, so I'm on top divorces, two of his women. One of them is Coiba been to OMA year and she is the sister of almost selama, the wife of the Prophet SAW salah

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and the second one on Makayla thrombin to jawal. And these two women end up marrying two other men.

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So some of the companions Yes.

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Paul had been Obaidullah.

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He divorced his wife erworben Toby having to her. Again. She was non Muslim.

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Okay, so now the Muslims are in a state of peace. They're not worried about Croatia attacking them, taking them by surprise attacking them.

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What does the President do? Again? You can see the Prophet Salam again, he's like, I mean, let me just give that description and might be a little bit I would say.

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I'm not sure if it would be inappropriate, but I think it's actually it's very descriptive. The prophets. Islam was more like a fireball. He won't stop. He just has a vision and he's after it. So the President gets this piece. What does he do? He writes to Kings of all of the nations about Islam. He writes to them, and he started actually taking the money, started writing to the king of Abyssinia, and the Joshy. And the dashi is a title by the way, it's not a person like saying for the own, for around any king of Egypt was called for and at that time,

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the senior had Russia, and the King Lear was given the title of

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an Najafi.

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Again, the same in Persia and in the in the Byzantine Empire. So the President wanted to start actually sending the messengers and messages and he was told so he asked about how to do that with due diligence. So he was told that these kings do not accept a letter unless it is formal, formalized. What does it mean formalized? It has to be stamped.

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That means you have to have a stamp.

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They had stamps at the time they were different than the ones the ink stamps we have now. They had an ink but they were mainly designed in the form of a ring and it would have some kind of engraved

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If letters or message and obviously you would put it in, put it in, depending on the ink, then stamp the letter that you would send. That was the norm. This was the political diplomatic norms. Again, the prophets of salaam didn't say, Oh, these are the no these were done and set by non Muslims. I'm not gonna do that, right like some Muslims actually think this way, right? Like I really remember maybe 15 years back I remember there was a huge argument a huge argument among some Muslims

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in some Muslim individuals I remember that in the UK, you know, they would say, would you stop by the red light or not? Why? Because it's a law that was created by non Muslims really? Like really?

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Like, what kind of I don't know really what like, why would someone go there? This is the province of Sanlam. Okay, and that was a ruling created by non Muslims like that was the diplomatic rule. He didn't say, okay, it was done by non Muslims. I'm gonna go against all of this. I'm gonna go against oppression and all of this. That naive kind of stances that sometimes unfortunately, some people do that in the name of Islam has nothing to do with this man. This is really I mean, this is these are emotional issues that people just give them put them under the guise of Islam, unfortunately. So the prophets of salaam looked at that. And he said, Okay, these are the norms. So, he decides to design

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a stamp for himself. So this word, the ring of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came about, and this is the year seven after Hyjal. This is the use of an after angel, the Prophet and takes the stamp and writes what's written on it is Muhammadan rasul Allah,

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what's engraved in it Hamadan. Rasulullah Salallahu Salam, so the ring was with the Prophet and throughout his life, every time he sent a formal letter, he would stamp it with this ring. And then it remained with Abu Bakar all the allow animals Khilafah they remained with Mr. Prime Minister, they used it. They used it for letters for formal letters, because they were the Khalifa representative of the Prophet SAW salon when he was not there after his death

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and then it was with Earthman and I fumbled the lovin almost of his time, six years before the end of falafel Rathmann. A fan of man was by one of the wells and probably he was making more dough washing his hands, which sometimes when you wash your hands, you move the ring around, he moved it around and it fell in the well

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searched it for three days, they searched for the ring they never find it was never recovered as far as I know.

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Okay, so that was the name of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam.

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So the messenger Salam sends a messenger with a message to a Najafi, the king of Abyssinia said to be Sr, was one of the biggest, sort of sort of a superpower at the time, one of the main, like, political entities of the time. And, and the Joshy, or the king, and the Joshy means the king of Abyssinia, kingdom, obviously, at the time, his name was US hammer, and he's the one who helped who was good with the Muslims, the early Muslims who migrated to the senior with Jafar and I'll be a toilet right. So this was us, Hannah.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam sent and every every time the Prophet I'm sent someone, he would send one of his companions, who is was who knew these countries very well. And who knew these people very well. So to have a Shabbos, in a sense, um, an Omega thumri, who is someone who's traveled a lot to be senior he dealt with in the Joshy. at a political level, she was someone who was very well aware of the dynamics, the political system, and the norms were be seen. And that's intelligence as well. That's just wisdom, simple wisdom. You send someone to abbacy nation, someone who's familiar with them, who know, who knows how to speak the language, not necessarily like a language,

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literally, but this who understands the norms, what is appropriate, what's inappropriate, right? And that's wisdom. So the Prophet Salam says, I'm Robin Omega thumri, to enter Joshi and he has

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a letter inviting him to a letter inviting him to Islam. So what does the letter say?

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The letter okay. The letter says Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim, in the name of Allah. You can the Merciful, the Compassionate, the Merciful. How that Kitab when Muhammad Rasul Allah, he is a ninja shield us him or we will have Russia.

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This is a book or a letter from Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah to Anna Joshi to the king of OB senior lost him as ham is his name as ham or as hammer

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are the mill Habashi the great

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don't know what's the like the greatest among the Abbe Senia. Like his highness, you're talking about His Highness. And again, there are Muslims who when someone in a political or diplomatic environment they use these words like they say, okay, like they think you should not speak to these people in this language you can't say Your Highness like someone who's going to speak to the Queen of England, Your Highness or your royal highness or you can't use this.

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Why not? What's the big deal the Prophet Selim says and zero NASA mana Zilla home,

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put people where they belong.

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Give people the status they are in, acknowledge that. So the person I'm speaking to the king of habit and his sayings of him the great problems describing him are the human habitat the great of Abyssinia. That's a big title. Okay, so we observed the name names unless unless they go against Islam and against Sharia. That's different. But if something is the norm, and it doesn't go against Islam, we accept that exaggeration sometimes of certain elements is no good. is no good.

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So the profit of MC then says salam, O Allah, Manitoba, alHuda peace upon those who follow the guidance. Were M and Billa. He was solely he was Shahida Allah ilaha IL Allah Wagga Hola, Sherry kala

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Peace be upon those who follow the guidance and believe in Allah and His messenger and testify that Nan has the right to be worshipped but Allah without a partner, let me at different so ibutton Walla Walla, he has no wife and he has no son, when no Mohammed Abdullah solo Hunter Muhammad is his slave and His messenger who can be the Ayatollah and I invite you to Allah, with the call of Allah, for in me and our soul, Allah He slimmed Islam I am the messenger of Allah. accept Islam and submission to Allah, you would be you would find peace and you will be safe.

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Then he quotes the verse Kalia Hillel kita betta and you can you imagine sofa and banana wobbling? Ilana Gouda Illallah well no she can be he che and while I talked about Baba and Alibaba min Dooney love interval, Lofa Kuru shadow be anonymous remote, or people of the Scripture come to a common word among us

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that we do not worship none of us worships any other than Allah. And we do not take each other or human beings, partners or objects of worship, without Allah or besides Allah. And if they turn away from this call, then tell them bear witness that we are muslims we are people have submitted to Allah subhanaw taala. Then the messenger Salam says, For in a beta, I leak if Manasarovar minicomic. So if you refuse this call, then the guilt and the burden of your people, your Christian people will be upon you. Because your refusal will mean that refusal, because you're in charge. That's the message. So when the book reached in the Joshy

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and it was read unto him, he took it after it's being read to him, he took it and he put it on his eyes. Some people take this as a proof for something for an inappropriate act. We're not going to come to this but he took it probably it was like their culture. He put it on his eyes as a sign of respect and love is just like you give something a hug. Probably this is what it meant. And he or you put something on your head as that you will receive as though you're respected. And then he unmounted his throne.

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He unmounted his throne again this is a sign of respect.

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And he sat on the floor

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and then in the presence of the Messenger of Allah's Messenger SAW salaam who was emerald normally your laundry.

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Alana Joshi says a shadow under ilaha illallah wa shadow under Muhammad Rasul Allah, this is sort of a private meeting.

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Then he says to Amarok normally your Omri Lola and a few human al Malik, Juan Mata Hamiltonian Emery NASA 82, who had Milan Allah He, he just had not been for the fact that I am in this position of authority. I'm going to charge in charge of an empire

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and the burden of the people is on me I would have gone to Muhammad and I would have put his his shoes on my shoulders. Basically a sign of respect that I would like respect him and revere him.

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Then the prophets of salaam sends a message to the prophets of cinema are letter to the Prophet Salim indicating that he's accepted Islam and he's become a Muslim, and the prophet and he sent gifts to the messenger SallAllahu Sallam

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A two black

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leather shoes

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two sort of sandals

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and three rods.

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Like sticks where some people when they walk they depend on these rods right? Something like that because these were by the way like a sign again of, of status. These were for royalties this kind of rod or stick having this

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yeah and he also sent him

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like a chain that had in it golden ring with some gems in it with a gem minute.

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So the prophets of salaam gave that golden ring to omega, the daughter of his his granddaughter, Amina, the daughter of Xena and he gave one rod to aluminum foil and one rod to a marble katabi Allah one. And it seems that he kept the shoes and the sandals to himself. Yes, the prophet Salam kept them for them for himself.

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There is a story

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about the Natasha as well

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that he that happened before when the Muslims first came to immigrate to be senior

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that he actually consulted with his patriarchs

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whether to accept the message of Mohammed or not because he told them listen, this is exactly where the message of Jesus comes from.

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And we mentioned that when we talked about Jaffna via parliament, the early Muslims who want to be senior or skipped to be senior, and that the patriarchs started making this strange noise of objection that we don't accept that you're speaking very highly of Muhammad and his religion. Okay. They felt there was something that he realized his people were not going to accept it. So in the Jash, you remained the king of a Christian empire in Embassy and he was Muslim.

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And he wasn't ruling them by Islam.

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He wasn't ruling the wise he couldn't change the system. But he realized in that position, it was better for him. And it was better for everyone to remain in that position.

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And that's when he died.

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And not all of the Muslims were aware that he was Muslim by the way, majority of the companions of the Prophet Sam was not aware that he was Muslim. So it seems that Islam was kept secret. So in the ninth year of the hijra, the prophets Allah, Sanam says to the Companions, naka de Mata Luoma, Abdul Salam, omo for Salalah G, a righteous or a pious man died today is pre janazah on him and the guy was under Joshi. So the companion said, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah Abdon Habashi like we're gonna pray on someone from ABI Senia that wasn't by the way about like the fact that he was from NBC now he was African wasn't a racist thing. It was basically like, he's a Christian. He's a

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non Muslim one would you pray on him? The Prophet solo send him says

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he was Muslim. And this is when a verse in salt LM Ron was revealed.

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What in them in Aliki 30 Let me let me know Billa he will mountain zebra in a coma in my own zebra him Harsha in la la, la you're still gonna be a Atilla he. Hola echo my Jerome and de la been in the LA City. Okay, so this is the verse before before the last insolate la Milan, last one Subhan. Allah says and from among the People of the Scripture, there are people who believe in Allah and believe in what was revealed to you and what was revealed to them in a state of humility to Allah and they do not exchange the words of ALLAH for a cheap price. Those people will have the reward with Allah subhanaw taala Indeed, Allah is Swift in his account.

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So again, the scholars, by the way, have taken a lot of rulings about this. There's a lot of about these stories, by the way. So this is an A Joshi ruling a non Muslim country and he was Muslim, and he was ruling them by their law

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by the law, but in his assessment, it seemed it was a wise assessment because this was obviously approved by the prophets, Allah Salam, for him to remain the king there was better,

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was better. And the scholars by the way, take about this or take from this incident rulings with regards to that

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Muslims when they are a minority, and when the level of danger and risk of showing their Islam is severe.

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Okay. So the scholars take these rulings as to how to deal with that. And, and this is what this is actually one of the main arguments of the scholars against some of the people who declare the Muslim or the rulers of the Muslim countries to be kuffaar.

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Like there are people in the Muslim countries in the Muslim lands that say, all of these rulers are Kufa. Why because they're ruled by other than what Allah has revealed. So they consider them to be conferred. There is a non Muslim countries, they are all the same, and you can fight against them. And that's where there was a lot of violence, etc. And a lot of revolution and so on and so forth. So the scholars of Allah, sunnah, they respond with this, they say, look at Nigeria, she was he ruling by what Allah revealed.

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He wasn't it was ruling by the, what was known at the time to be the distorted Okay, law that was attributed to Christianity at the time.

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So he wasn't ruling by what Allah revealed.

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Did that make him a Kaffir? It didn't make him a Kaffir. The prophets are slim printers on him, okay. I mean, there are more details. But this is not a detailed description. This is just to give you some kind of hints of some times where the scholars take the foot off from and how they take it, and how the life of the prophet Sam is rich with a lot of facts that we can learn from. And sometimes people

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due to their lack of knowledge, or due to them stretching a principle, one principle that they know, but they lack knowledge in other areas. So they start taking that principle and stretch it too wide.

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Where they make claims where you have something to the country and the life of the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Yeah, so when the Joshi died, there was another Najafi that took over another kingdom took over and he wasn't a Muslim. The second one, he was not the one who wasn't enough, somebody might say, Why didn't in the jazz, she sort of invited his people to Islam and try to change his country into Islam. And we would assume that if he had the chance, or if he thought it was doable, he would have done that, the fact that he didn't do it, and the fact that the Prophet SAW salaam, prisoners on him and recognized he was a Muslim, it shows that this wasn't even an option, and wasn't a possibility, or the dangers of that were far greater of, you know, any kind of gains. So again, sometimes you

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have people, you know, speaking from a distance saying, you're in this position, you should have done this, you should have done that these people are not doing enough. Don't speak from your ivory tower, or from your comfort of your home about people who are on the front line, or people are dealing with, with with with reality. Sometimes it's just not easy. I mean, it's easy to make these claims, but it's not easy to be there. And we have people who, at some level used to criticize a lot of the people in power, why did they do this? Why did you do that. And then these people themselves, they were brought into power, at some level, they will just did worse than the ones that were

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criticizing in the first place. So it's easy to theorize it's easy to speak from a distance again.

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On the same token,

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and oftentimes, there are students of knowledge, and there are people who from the comfort of their life, they can they give fatawa that are unrealistic. And this is a problem that we have.

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Like, a lot of students of knowledge they live in a very, I would say.

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I mean, so to speak, clean environment, they don't have a lot of mixing. They don't have they don't have exposure to you know, things that are haram or too complicated situations. They don't have an exposure to this. They just have very simple life. They spend time with their books, maybe with their lectures with their students. And maybe they like the work and maybe as an Imam, or as Islamic center. They don't get to deal with complex situations in life, where people have to earn a living, and they work with a lot of non Muslims and a lot of issues. And there's a lot of implications for simple things you do. And then from the comfort of their position, they just make rulings. And they

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give people for who they have not truly tried to appreciate the complexity of these choices. I'm not saying every man will gives the fatwa is wrong. No, you will find Imams will try to really see the complexity of the situation try to really see whether my advice is something that is actionable that can people can actually live by it or just some sort of a fancy idea that's far from reality. This is a challenge for every Imam and every student of knowledge and every person who put themselves in a position of giving answers by the way. And

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again, by the same token, shuffle Islam to me who was speaking about one of the great scholars

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Islam even has an Imam Abu Muhammad husband and don't you see? He wasn't wasn't Andalus he was the Imam of the VA hit him up okay literalist, very literalist.

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He never made Hajj in his life. He lived in Dallas and then he traveled around he traveled to Egypt. He traveled to Iraq and to Sham but he never made Hajj.

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And it seemed he had an excuse, he just never made it to Hajj.

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He's one of the most prolific scholars in the history of Islam.

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And he obviously had his fatawa on Hajj, where he never made hydro because you started it theoretically. She knows me and he says had it been hasn't made had he would have changed a lot of his fatawa about

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his being there is different than theorizing from a distance, you have to be there you have to be there

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on the ground, to face a real situation to know how complex it is and how challenging it is. You can't just theorize from a distance okay. So these are important things

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of us making judgments about people who are in specific situations. So

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Synergia Joshi,

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again, was ruling every senior by their own law to own law of the Christians at the time there and he was still Muslim. And the Prophet was an apostle and prayed janazah on him.

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Now a question what do you call the king of

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Byzantine Empire? What is the title for them?

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ISIL in Arabic, what is it in English? What's basil in English? Caesar really? This is

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Caesar okay.

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What's helpful is when I was about this

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way, okay.

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Well, if we got some people to call us and we'll see her Oculus, right? Is it the same?

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Okay, so the presentation reader is miraculous. Okay, so there is a word I remember because Caesar is not used in books of history about the king of the Byzantine Empire so miraculous.

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The name of the person or the title of the position

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is the person himself. So that's the guy that the prophet had sent a messenger message to, okay.

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Okay, because you have the Western Empire and the eastern empire the East Emperor who are the Orthodox Christians. Okay, these were the Byzantine Empire

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the other ones the Romans, the western empire and Rome.

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Probably yeah, probably Caesar Yes, Caesar was in Rome. So

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but I'm not sure what the eastern empire so here Oculus anyone who can help us with this, it would be a great addition.

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Here Oculus is the person or the title that's my question. Is the title code here Oculus or is it the individual himself? That's his name

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Yeah, no um but I'm asking about English because in Arabic I know in Arabic we call them miracle.

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The oil Huracan or Malika Rome that's it, but I don't know about the English specifically. Anyway, anyone can help us with something authentic. Help us out by

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So the Prophet SAW Selim since this year ignore Khalifa al Kilbey. Okay, that companion to go to her Oculus. I'm going to tell you that for the time being in order to invite him again in the same manner that he invited that Natasha was invited. But first Divya goes to

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the king of the Arabs in the sham who are in alliance with the Byzantines. These are all Hasani Yin, okay. The Arab tribes called Al Hasina all of a Sunni, okay, because they are in a very strong alliance with the Byzantines and it would the best way to approach the Byzantines would be actually through these Arabs Allah Sasana so they're the king was a hadith of no Abby shimmer. Al Hasani.

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The name of the person here Oculus

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Okay, okay, so as the person so what's the title called? The Emperor

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Okay, so the Emperor so the Byzantine Empire would say the Byzantine emperor

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here Oculus

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Okay, so this goes to the Arabs to inherit Alpha Sani

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In order to

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go together to

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your Oculus, or at herreth represents he carries the message the message to her Oculus. And it seems this was

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this was the case now at that time around that time,

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there had been a battle, constant battle between Persia and the Byzantine Empire. And her Oculus made a vow that if we win over the Persians, he would walk from Constantinople which is Istanbul today

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on his bare feet, walk to

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Jerusalem told God's

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okay to Jerusalem, on his bare feet. So, which was known as elior by the way, Ilya, so he actually walked at the time he had walked to Ilya

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and he was an he was interested in astrology. He was an astrologer

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miraculous was an astrologer, basically, he would look into the celestial bodies in the in the in the stars, and he would try to

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distill or foretell, okay, or make a prophecy about things that were happening. So he looked one day in this guy, and he said, There was a prophet or a king sent and he was circumcised.

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So basically, is Damon says in the ER a to Leila tahina novel to think no Jumi monolocale will kill her.

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So I saw in the stars, the dominance of a king who circumcised a vowel He has appeared.

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So he was asking, Are there any people who circumcise their children? Like where is circumcision very common.

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The Byzantines, the Christians, they didn't they don't circumcise. Okay. So they told him, it's only the Jews in this land in a sham that actually circumcise their children.

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But you can, if you want, if you fear that the king from them is going to come and overtake, then we can send to all of our law governors and can tell them to kill all the Jews. At the time again, I mean, the Jews were persecuted by the way throughout time, up until

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the 20th century, when in Germany there really went through

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through the a lot of persecution.

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So around that time,

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the king of of the assassin or the Arabs have heard of a Sunni, he sends a letter to her Oculus telling him there is a message that came from Muhammad in the Arabian Peninsula.

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So before listening to it or seeing it, he says, I want to find out are these people who circumcise their children? Are they circumcised?

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So then they told him yes, the Arab circumcise, the Arab circumcise their children. So he says, probably, this is what I saw in the in the, in the in the stars, that's probably what I saw. And now

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Haritha sunny comes to your Oculus and presents to him the letter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Now, this is a very interesting encounter, like presentation, something very interesting is going to happen as well, in order to deal with it as one entity. Inshallah we'll leave this for next week. Bismillah. Something about next week Sharla. Next week, Aisha will move up to 730.

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Yeah, I'm talking about Friday, by the way, this is only Friday.

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No, no, no, no, this is something specific for the helicopter Friday. Friday is an exception. Okay. Friday from now on from starting next week. Right? We're gonna make the whole the Asia the apartment at 730. And the Halacha will be after Russia. That's only for Friday. Okay. For other days. Watch for announcements. It's now my responsibility.

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Eight, okay, Russia will remain eight and shall remain eight throughout the days except for Juma because of the Halacha. We're going to have the Russia iqama at 730. So we can have the Halaqaat afterwards. Okay.

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Questions we can take a couple from them

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once a second.

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like there was no rules you mean I still

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but they

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will he died year nine after Hijra the prophets on Sanlam died about a year later. So and Islamic sharia is not about the punitive law rules by the police about punishments that said tissue. Islam was about salah the prayer was about fast. What about another thing so most of it was there by year seven after Hijra. A lot of wisdom was already there and established. So the rule was there. The rule was there but His concern was political.

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Yes, just a Calaca so yes, Anna Joshi His concern was political mobula Was that

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now here okay

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samridhi Calm I know John a prayer does have none of this is not yours. This is just a question. Does have a son

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does it have a prayer does have Sunnah prayer before it? Is their son a prayer after it and how many okay with regards to Jamar with regards to John

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I'm gonna deal with this later on we clarify next week if there's an echo mistaken this will clarify next week I just can't process this now. Okay with regards to Joomla

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Salatin okay the heart there is sooner before it Joomla there is no sooner before it

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Joomla there is no signal before it apart from the hey get the message it

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you come and pray the two so now before you sit, this is not for Jim this is for the message it before you sit. But

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something the problem is to do on the companies used to do before Juma you can come early to the masjid and keep praying to and to and to and to and to until the Imam gets on the member.

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But for someone to come and say after the first Advan okay, we're going to make I'm going to make some little Joomla there's nothing like this is the summit of disagreement among the scholars. Yes, it's a matter of disagreement. We have to acknowledge this. But there is no Hadith clear Hadith that there is anything specific about Joomla because Joomla is not the whole is different.

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Okay, and the prophets are selling them. Most of his hotbar would do what he would walk from his house, right? Sit into the and remember,

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most of the time, that's how the person would give the cookbook what it is to suddenly go

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and look at some of the props and there was one of them. By the way. The Advan was after he sat on the member that was one of them. There was more than before that during the life of the problem. The first event that came later on was during the time of Earth madam and I fumbled the law. I know it was done in the market in order to notify people early that Juma is approaching so you guys get ready. So the time of the Prophet Sam, there was only one event which is after the Imam sits on the member. So when are you going to pray because after the Adana person would start with the hotbar So where was the Sunnah? That's clear thing although there is disagreement among the scholars we

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respect it.

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So we're done with before the drama after drama. Is there salah? Yes, the Prophet said then prayed after drama sometimes he prayed to sometimes he prayed for it. So the scholars tried to see when did he pray to When did he pray for some of them say you can pray to You can pray for after Juma Sona, but some of them like imitate me. Yeah, he actually researched it very well and he figured out when. So he noticed that when the Prophet SAW Selim prayed it in the masjid, he prayed for two or two

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when he prayed at home he prayed to

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so that's I would say according to my understanding the strongest opinion after Juma you pray your son and the masjid pray for Torah, Torah, two units two different entities. You pray at home country two Oh at work or anywhere outside the message you pray to. Okay, so that's to answer this question. We can take one more question.

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Sorry, he came first we'll have

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Why don't you sit

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when you're traveling,

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You know the Prophet Solomon he traveled didn't didn't pray some. He didn't pray so no but he prayed with him and pmla the prophets of salaam when he traveled,

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he would shorten his prayer. He would not pray sunnah but he would pray with it and he would pray Amelie that's his travel I can take that question then Charla

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after July you mean

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I mean, it's possible it's possible but as I said it's it's after Juma it's open you can pray to or for to be a bit more accurate. Okay. If you pray at home pray for if you pray in the masjid preach sorry in the masjid pray for at home pray to.

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Now, I mean, we're not going to get into discussion. What's your understanding? What's my understanding? Okay. I was asked a question. I answered it if you have something we can do with that later on, because I can love it. Like we have to I have to go Mikado and Charlotte before this Elijah Kamala here, and we meet next week. Inshallah, don't forget for Friday, only Friday, a shout will be at 730 and then we will have the Halacha Baraka mafia comes Medallia CIBJO salah,

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