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asabi He, as you may know about

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reached a point in the life of the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam after social Davia where this time of peace, gave Muslims some space to spread the message. So the prophets Eliza them sent messages to the kings of other nations.

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And

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we said afterwards the Prophet salallahu ad will send them also during around this time, he some magic black magic was done upon him.

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Was by Libby it. Awesome when he said the more he was an Arab formal huzzah Raj, who used to do magic black magic. And this probably begs a question

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because sometimes you find in among Muslims, there is a debate, whether there is something really called black magic or not, or whether there is Jinn really, and whether there is something called possession, etc.

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And

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the issue of black magic

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is in Islam is actually that because this hadith about the Prophet Salam is authentic. And it was inside Bukhari as well. So the hadith is authentic. And

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the concept of black magic was mentioned was referred to in the Quran, first about how wrote and models were sent down during the time of Solomon or the Sunnah.

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And

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it was something very well known. It's known to all nations, it was practiced by all nations. And the Prophet of Islam himself was a victim of that, although he's the Prophet of Allah subhanaw taala. And obviously, the effect that it had on him was limited because of Allah's protection. But there is a point where Allah subhanaw taala allowed this to happen.

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And we believe in jinn. Because they were mentioned in the Quran mentioned the Hadith of the prophets of Salaam, they are a different world, a different creation, and we believe believe they are true, they are hidden from us, we can't see them. They don't appear in their real form.

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The Jinn don't appear in the real form. And if anyone says I've seen jinn and the real form original form, then they just either hallucinating or they mistaken, Gen does not appear in its real form. It's invisible to us in its real form, but they could take the likeness of certain creatures. And very, very extreme rare occasions they could take the lock, likeness of human being. And when they usually take a likeness, it's something that has to do with animals or they're a snake or a dog or a cat or any, any, any any other animal so they do take these shapes.

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We previously mentioned the Hadith where the Prophet SAW Selim, during class with 100 Duck, one of the companions and companions he

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sought permission from the President to go back home and check on his family so he went he found his wife outside and he got angry she told him there is look look what's inside the house and there was a huge snake in the middle of the house. So straight away he killed it with a spear he had in his hand and soon after like seconds perimeter of seconds he died

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when the prophets Islam was informed about this he said yes, in in a few beauty comes are working in your in your houses or Kumbhakarna you saw to some in your houses, sometimes there are dwellers from gyms, sometimes they could enter the house further for either a Tommy delicacy and for Stephanie for who will never happen. If you find something like this ask ask them to leave by Allah three times or three days because problem says ask them three.

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In Arabic language, this could be three days, it could be three times but who's going to wait, you know, keep a snake in their house for three days, right?

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So a lot of the scholars say just ask three times I asked you by Allah to leave.

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And usually they would leave

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because the when that person killed the snake it was gin actually. And they killed him.

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The Gin themselves retaliated. They killed that companion that's why he died straight away. And one important piece of advice as well as given by people who are usually aware of these issues, they say specifically in the kitchen in the sink when you pour hot hot water in the sink. Be careful. So if you're going to pour hot water and like you're cooking or you're doing something you put hot water in the sink, you need to probably say Bismillah before Bismillah

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because hot water hurts Jen and usually Jin hide in, you know dark places Naropa

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Since dirty places that's usually where they exist. That's why when you enter the washroom what is the dirt when you enter the washroom?

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Allah, how many? How old? Are you becoming a hobo theme? Well Habad if Allah I seek Your protection from a co birth, what so called birth

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the males among the Jin evil Jin Acaba, if the females among the evil Jin, the demons, so

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so we know that you we need to be careful with regards to these issues. And there is almost a consensus, although it's being challenged still, but it's a very strong, extremely powerful, strong opinion that there is the issue of possession. But unfortunately, this has been abused widely. Like there's a lot of people who take what they call the Rubia as a profession. And unfortunately, they do it in a way where they any case that people have these straightaway jumping to the conclusion that this is a demon possession. This is a demon possession. And oftentimes, these are like, I mean, physical illnesses, and oftentimes, they're just probably mental illnesses or emotional issues, but

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people conflate them with a really I mean, issues of possession are extremely rare, extremely rare, because gin are not allowed to do with humans, by the way, but not allowed to deal with humans.

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Okay, that's just to point out this because the incident came about around this time.

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As well, the Prophet SAW Selim was preparing to

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march to Haber. Haber was to the north of Medina. And it's a place where the Jews have been on Adonia specifically, who used to be in Medina and they had to leave Medina they moved to live and Haber. They moved to live in hydro, which is to the north of Medina, however, was a very rich area, very fertile area has probably has the biggest or the largest density of palm trees and the trees and

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and they had a lot of cattle and sheep, etc.

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So the the thing is, was the Battle of the Trench. The ones the masterminds of that battle was mainly who Yeah, you've been locked up?

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Well, yeah, you've been locked up, who moved from Medina and then lived in Heber, one of the Jewish tribes. He's the one who conspired and put together the whole thing. He's the one who spoke to Alisha spoke to autofab spoke to the other tribes and convinced them to attack gather together and attack Muslims in Medina. So

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the Prophet SAW Selim realized there was a lot of like, a lot of issues, a lot of like plots coming from high bar, so he decided to deal with it once and for all. But prior to that, and the narration goes three days before the Muslims marched to him up.

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There was an attack on the camels of the Prophet SAW Selim. So there was about 20 camels of the Prophet SAW Salem, that were in

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the outskirts of Medina. And there was a man looking after them with his wife.

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So, a man called Abdul Rahman

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from otter fan. No.

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He

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attacked the shepherd, he took the sheep kill the shepherd, and he took his wife and he took the camels and they run away. This was around Fajr time. The one who figured that out, we heard about it companion was his name was Selim Abdul acqua selama Abdullah Aqua. Again, what's interesting about selama was that he was a very fast runner. He was a very fast runner, I think we mentioned yesterday, something about him. And some of the reasons is mentioned that actually Cinemablend Aqua would be able to race with someone who was on his own feet, when the other person was riding a horse. He could race horses, he was extremely fast.

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And

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so he heard about that, he realized that he goes to one like, high area Moreover, like in one of the small mountains in Medina, and he says to the Muslims, while Saba basically that's it's a, some sort of an alarm to people that something bad happened, something serious happened. So he sent that alarm. Then he chased those guys who took the cameras, he chased them.

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And they ran to the north, east of Medina, to an area which is called worthy or odd, or Alaba. It's called the rubber as like a forest because there's there's a bit of trees there. Even until today, by the way, there

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is a bit of trees and I think if I'm not mistaken today it's called a Lego block. The area is called the obi block. It's it's outside of Medina. And still there is actually some trees there. And there is mountains and there's a famous Valley that's why the the orchard the valley of the olive, that's the name of the valley. So they they take the camels and they run away, Solomon chases them. And he saw sorts of Sikhs hide and he has his bow with him. So he starts shooting at them. And he kills a few of them. He kills a few of them. So they managed to run to an area where there's a valley and they thought they would be protected by the way they had no clue who was chasing them. Because of

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the the damage that he managed to cause they thought it was a group of people chasing them. So when they were in the valley, he showed areas behind trees, he would climb on the mountains and hide behind trees, and he would shoot at them. So they would send to him one or two or a small group of people to find out and fight back and protect. And he would position himself so nicely and he would shoot at those people and he would kill them.

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And then he chased the main body of this group.

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He chases them, they leave the camels, they leave the camels and because the camels are dragging them slow, so they decide to leave the camels and they marched forward, the prophets of salaam at the time is sending a small group of companions then he calls upon the other companions a small group of companions. Among them was in Baghdad, Lebanon, Ameren Abu Qatada and others. So the person sends them first in order to

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like because for the rest of the companions to gather together is going to take time. So the president decides to send these first as a small group.

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So they catch up and they get the camels. But selling portlets does chasing was still chasing those guys from couple funny chases, chases them. And

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until it was I think it was nighttime. Again, he sort of lies in wait, and he shoots at them, and so on and so forth. Until he manages to kill a good group of them. He manages to kill a good group of them. Then the group within metoda Dubois, the first group of the Muslims actually catch up with him. And they do engage in personal fights with the other ones one to one.

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And then it ends up basically

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Senator Aqua keeps chasing them the Prophet Salam catches up, they get the camels. And those guys leave the woman as well that who they took her as a captive, they leave her and they leave the camels and they leave their own stuff like they they leave some goods they had like they leave some of their clothes, some of their food. Because you know, when you're running away, you're basically trying to get as light as possible. And that's what they did. And cinnamon look really good that he fought a battle by himself this month for a battle against a huge group of people by himself by himself. And the porcelain praised him for that they must have Salam praised him

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for that.

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Okay, so that was the story of Solomon, Aqua. And even in the Prophet Salam caught up with him with the other companions. He says almost inshallah give me a group of companions and I will chase after them and finish them off. The Prophet Salam said, Let them go. Like they managed to escape the no longer taking any of the camels or any of the stuff. Just let them go. Let them go. No worries, you don't need to choose to chase after them.

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The prophets of salaam goes back to Medina on the way back

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selama aquat wants to show on display his skills still. So there was a man from Medina, who was known for to be a fast rider as well. And he used to claim that no one would could race with me.

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So someone was riding on the same horse as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So he says to the prophets, as soon as he sees this unsightly bragging about his skills, he says yes, Allah, do you want me to race against him? I'll race with him erase him. The president said Go ahead. So they were getting close to Medina still outside but getting close to Medina.

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So the challenge was who was going to they were going to run to Medina, and let's see who gets there first. It says, Okay, you go first. He lets the other person get a head of him. He gets a head start. When he says he's really far away from me. I start running and he says I beat him to Medina. I read him Submariner. So that was basically sell them acquire all the Allahu

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Allahu Anhu.

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Now, two days later, the Prophet salallahu Salam tells the Muslims to get ready because we're marching to Haber. Haber was the source of all these plots and schemes against Muslims. And obviously we need to, it's more of our cancer that we need to do

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With that was the idea and is such a wise decision because those people were inciting others against Muslims and

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the prophets of salaam tells the Muslims to get ready. So they march towards Hydra and the prophesy and this time, he tells the Companions where he's heading two. Usually the habit of the prophets of salaam was not to disclose his intention or his destination. But this time the Prophet Salam disclosed it to the companions, and they started marching to.

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To Hiber.

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It was obvious that the Muslims weren't going to take it over. It was obvious, and they actually Allah subhanaw taala revealed the verse in surah. In fact, when he talked about Saudi Arabia, Allah revealed the verse what other Kamala Humala and he met Kathy Ratan Tahuna. Allah Subhan Allah promised you a lot of spoils that you will get and this was with regards to hyper so this was a promise before Hey, but from Allah subhanaw taala so the Muslims knew they were going to win that war. So now the ones who refuse to join the prophets Allah salaam to the Umrah the ones who said You know, we're afraid we don't want to fight et cetera. These ones they asked the Prophet salam to join

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and his expedition to hybrid prophesied and said no, no, this time you know, taking part because you know, we're going to when you want to join us for the spoils and Allah Sparta reveals again so that

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it will fit say Hola Mohalla fauna is on product to Milan Moran Emma, who has a loan and a tobacco. Those who remain behind when you went formula, now they're gonna say let us join you. Let us join you.

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They want to change the words of Allah and the commands of Allah you will be doing a new but DeLuca la mala polenta to be limited to be on academic compile. Allahu mencoba Lu say to them, you will not join us. This is the command of Allah subhanaw taala. First of all, it has to do with Anna, they will say You're just jealous of us. You don't want us to get the spoils of war with you share them with you. Well can hold I have Kahuna. Illa, Allah Allah Allah, then Allah says, Indeed they understand very little, they really these people understand very little. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam moves on with the Muslims to Hyderabad. And it was at that time that Anissa Abdul Malik

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became the servant of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam and the Malik the young companion, he becomes the servant of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So as they are marching to Faber, Selamat will occur again, he has a cousin, his name is Ahmed, Ahmed Abdullah, acqua Abdullah had a very nice, beautiful voice. And he would make he that he will make the on the way as they are marching, he used to make hay that he that is very simple.

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It's not like singing is a very simple tone is a very simple like, Melody, it wasn't really like a very rich kind of singing. It's a very basic melody. I mean, a lot of cultures still have this, by the way, traditionally have this kind of, they would sing very basic stuff, and it would have have a very basic kind of, like melody to it. So it's called an Arabic she that

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she that, okay.

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And the Arabs loved that the prophets of salaam also enjoyed that. The messenger. So Salam had one, there was one companion his name was en Joshua, and Michelle was from Habersham, from Abbey senior, he had a very beautiful voice, when the porcelain would travel and he would be with him and just I would be with them and he would sink for them.

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But it won't be as I said, excessive melody will be very basic, humble melody. That's what's called Ada. So I had this beautiful kind of, like, hidden and he used to make it so the prophets will send them he hears that and he says, Who is this? They said, this is an aqua. The prophets of salaam says you have humble Hola. Hola. Hola. Hola. Hola. May Allah have mercy? Or May Allah forgive him? Omar wali Allahu Anhu is right next to the province and he says the Rasul Allah Allah will Lam attacked and Abby is almost a Jew of Allah we wish he would remain with us more.

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What did top say this among top understood, and the companions of the Allahu Anhu understood if the prophets of salaam said about one person yet Hello Hola. Or offer hola hola who? This person was going to die?

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It's not the word of the grace of them that killed him. Okay. It was just a sign from the provinces island that this person was going to die.

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So Amara understood he said he also hola hola hola Matata NaVi Yara sola. We wish that he would remain with us a bit more.

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So anyway, they reach Haber and they reach Hiber

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They basically camp at the night they reach it and they camp at night until the morning comes then the march exactly to the borders of cable. No cable was really a set of castles was a set of castles so there were three areas in inhaber There were three main areas in Hebrew is one the front one the middle one at the back. Each one of them consisted of a few castles, each one of them consisted of a few castles

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So the Prophet SAW Selim, they come to the brothers if you can pray on this site. Can you tell them if you come free in the library?

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Welcome Luffy

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Well, hello, Vikram Zakouma lucky

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Yeah, so the Muslims camp around high bar and the now the people have high bar in the morning, they would open the gates because at night that we closed the gates, that's how they lived.

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So they opened the gates for people to take their sheep out, and they have some business to go and do it. So people went out of the gates then they saw the Muslims.

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And they realized it was an attack. So they go back into the castle and they close the door and the first castle that the first that they meet is called has known as

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the castle of nerim. Now I mean soft. But it's just a name. It's just a title. And it was a very strong Castle was like it's hard, it was hard to break into it.

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So the Muslim said a siege around it.

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And

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they camp around it for 10 days, they couldn't break into it. For the first nine days, they couldn't break into it. And at one point, there was a guy one of the most known fighters among

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the inhabitants of high bar, his name was metal hub. So metal hub gets out of the castle, facing the Muslims and he say he says who would fight with me, same kind of tradition for a battle to people would engage in combat. So

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I'm an aqua marches forward to fight with them. So they start fighting. So fight

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and

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metal hub tries to chop off the head of animal animal ducks. And he tries to chop off the feet or the legs of metal hub, but metal hub lifts his feet and the blow of armor goes back and he cuts his own leg. So it was probably a strong blow so he hits that blow marhaba voids and he don't he avoids it. So um ends up hitting his own self and cutting his own leg.

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And then he continues to fight but obviously with like a broken leg. Metal had managed manages to kill him. So some of the Muslims again sometimes people arrive at conclusions people like make premature decisions. They say habitat habitat Angelou. They said metal hub also ignored, Abdullah Chua ended up chopping off his own leg. So he led to his own death. He lost all his deeds. They sort of they thought okay, like he ended up killing himself. But obviously it wasn't his intention, right? But sometimes there are people who are extremely literalist who are extremely literalist. Okay, and they go to extremes in their interpretation. They go to extremes in their interpretation.

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Yesterday I was I just something like I saw a small clip of a video and there was a guy making an accusation about like something saying something negative about Islam. And this person, obviously he's in seems that he has studied quite a lot quite a bit. But obviously his understanding is really I would say,

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it just, it is so

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foolish. That is funny. He says Muslims claim or the Quran claims that God made this is that God is made of parts. And that's when the world ends. All the parts of God with die, only his face would remain.

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I thought I really liked my head off when I heard that I said, like, I don't know. I really wonder where does the Quran say say that then he says the Quran mentions the hands of Allah mentions the shin of Allah and it mentions the eyes, okay, it says all of these pots. Then in Surah Rama

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Allah says coolamon and I have found web powered Rebecca jewelry with a cron all of all those on existence are going to perish except for what you robic except literally for the Face of your Lord. But that's a way in an expression in Arabic. That means basically, except for your Lord, He's gonna, everything's gonna perish but Allah, that's really what it means. So he interprets it literally. And he says, so all the parts of God will perish except for his face. Again, so there are people actually who go to these extremes. Really there are people who go to these extremes. Em and among Muslims, you're going to find some of those. And by the way, there was a mud hub that is based on

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sometimes on this approach, really, sometimes on this approach, and you will find some like extreme literalism, and it's called Madhava, Hurriya,

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the extreme literal lists, and among the most famous, the ones who founded this meetups that would avoid the word advisory.

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And the second one is Ben hasm, the famous scholar Ruben hasn't he was also very So among the fatawa, for example, in the very literalist madhhab the prophets on this we have an authentic hadith Maha rasool Allah Azza wa salam, an Ebola Ebola filmer rocket, the prophet Salam prohibited, urinating in still water, you have a pond of water. Still, it's not like a river. It's not running water. You can't urinate in it because it contaminates it. It's prohibited.

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So they said so you cannot you urinate in a small pond. That's not running water. But if you read urinate in a bottle, and then pour the urine in the pond, there's no issue.

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Again, this is a fatwa, right, really, and is there in the books. Sometimes people get that literalist, and maybe this is very obvious now, but I mean, today you have a lot of people who are extremely literalist in their approach to things by the way, but when you are caught up in that literalism, you don't realize it. You think that you're making so much sense anyway.

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So some of those companies they said okay, um, since he really was trying to kill the middle hub in the in the combat, but he ended up you know, injuring himself and that led to his own death. They said habitat Amaroo his actions are a lost, he lost his reward with Allah subhanaw taala. And then the Prophet Salam clarified that animal will get the reward of two showerheads, two monitors. He will get the reward of two showerheads. He actually sent him a block wise cousin came and complained to the problem about this and the person I'm told him that he will get the reward of of two Shaheed

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anyway the the siege around Medina around the high bar or on pestle the first castle and haber

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still still there. And

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some of the Muslims are killed by means of large stones being thrown on them from the top of the castle, etc.

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On the 10th day the prophets of salaam says lol at the end of right within the riot Hello Julian you hit Bula Sula, who were you hit boom Allahu Allah Salah person said Tomorrow I shall give the leadership flag of leadership to a man who loves Allah and His messenger and Allah and His Messenger love him.

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Now the Companions everyone wants leadership today. Why because not because of the leadership but because of the statements of the Prophet SAW Selim that Allah and His Messenger love that person. So everyone wants this leadership. In the days before one day Abu Bakr was the leader one day on top was the leader other days others were leaders but they could not break into the castle. And then the Prophet says, When I urge you to huddle and and this man who to whom I'm going to give the flag of leadership to they he will not come back from high but from the siege until he actually breaks into the into the castle until until Allah gives him victory.

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So everyone among the companions is coming close to the Prophet SAW Salem you know when they say like you're saying me me me it's me okay? Or see me on Messenger of Allah here I am. Right. So then the prophets of salaam asks for a developer license either Alec

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say it is in his tent because he's having some infection is in his eyes can escort vomit, he hasn't having some infant having some infection

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so the problem says Bring him bring him over. I don't even know how tall it becomes the profits and seller makes do art for him and his eyes recover in the process and gives him the flag of leadership alua And he says

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on food allergy slick, he says

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go on attack them at ease had the tendency to be Satyam from McGraw Hill medalists them when you are face to face with them. Invite them to Islam again. 10 days of siege still invite them to Islam. We're gonna give them that opportunity. Invite them to Islam

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One only made him and happy life he him so hola hola Ania the Allah will be covered with Anwar identified en la Kevin and you're gonna like a home Melania Rhonda

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environment Islam and told them what the rights of Allah are upon them and if one person is guided by means of view it's better for you than all the wealth in the world

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again so don't think about spoils of war think about guiding people that was the point but inviting them to Islam and getting them to respond positively so I live in I will tell him as soon as he

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comes in front of the castle defeat first Castle Castle Hassan middle hub comes out to combat

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but this time he's dealing with algebra because

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he doesn't take so much from it even even smacks him right on his forehead and he actually splits his head into two halves and even a bit odd I mean by the way like I don't even know we thought it was known throughout his life no one won a fight against even with

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no one

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literally no one even later on

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at the time

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when later on there was a there was a fight between Illuminati atorlip on one side and now we're gonna be Sofia on the other side a little bit lineup challenged well how we have now Sofia why get all of those involved come on fight me one to one is still with it.

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While we refused some of his helpers they said you can't refuse that he said there's no shame refusing to fight with Alibaba retaliatory because you know no one can win against them it's over. So I'm not going to do it. Simple so eliminated never lost a fight in his life. Never. That's how strong he was.

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So then I leave now the toilet

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Yes, so with the aluminum foil, it charges against the castle and he breaks into it. The first Castle, they break the first into the first castle. They find a lot of stuff in that castle. They find a lot of stuff in this castle. And one of the things they find was admin genic What do you call that in English? By the way

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catapult I thought the bullet were the catapult so the whole thing is called catapult. Okay, so they found the catapult? Is it? BRP Cata poult. Catapult? Yeah, catapult. So you know what that is right? It throws huge stones.

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It's more like a sling, but a bigger one that throws huge stones. Or you could throw even fireballs on castles to break into them to break the walls. So they found that in this castle, so now they're gonna use it as a tool to break into other castles and so on and so forth. It was around that time as well that Muslims were still now we mentioned previously by the way about the prophets of salaam making the meat of donkeys haram right.

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People at the time still used to eat them. By the way, there wasn't like a favorite meal. But when there was a need when there was shortage of of meat of sheep of camels and cows, people would still eat donkeys they would slaughter donkeys and eat their meat. So we mentioned that the person who made that haram but some narrations indicate it was incredible, actually, that the person who made that Hello, by the way, these are two historical narrations.

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And it was around that time that the prophets of salaam told the Muslims that you cannot eat the meat of donkeys and the meat of mules.

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And

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you can't eat

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birds

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that have claws.

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birds that eat meat, basically,

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et cetera. And it was at that time that the motor hour was made haram what is the mortality? What is the motor? The motor was a form of temporary marriage.

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Short term marriage. It has a beginning and an end.

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So it was practiced among the Arabs. It was practiced among the Arabs and other than the Arabs, but was known. So they used to for example, marry for a week. That's it. Then after a week divorce, they used to do that. Okay. Now up until that moment, it was still halal.

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He was still Halal

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Jew during this husband's high but the Prophet SAW Salem made it haram. Now Rasulullah Salam annual moto

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na Rasool Salam, annual moto

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And the hadith is narrated by Alina Vitali, probably Allah one. Now some groups among the Muslims claim it was it was it was actually halal, but Omar made it Hallum later on

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that's why they practice it. Yes, they say Oman Qatar made haram in his time when he was Khalifa. But the truth is no the Prophet SAW Selim made it haram in Hebrew. So

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temporary marriage is haram.

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If you put an expiry date on a marriage, it is Zina. It is not it is adultery. It's not a marriage. You can't put you can't put an end on expiry date on a marriage. And marriage has to be we get together to live

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for life together. Now, things don't work out without any, you know,

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previous plans, that's fine. But if you enter a marriage, with the intention of having this marriage only for a period of time, then it's null and void. It's Zina. It's not marriage. Okay, it's not marriage. Are there some scholars from Asuna? who

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slipped into saying that? Yeah, temporary marriage could be an option in extreme cases. Okay. There are, but this is an incorrect the shadow. This opinion is incorrect is incorrect. Hula the vast huge majority of Muslims comply with this hadith of the Prophet SAW Salem. That mantra is haram This was called the word dual motor. The marriage of MATA is called Marriage of joy.

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This is what it was called. And usually joy is something short term.

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And

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some of the reasons indicate that it was at that time that the Prophet SAW Selim also which is a good etiquette to learn the prophets also

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with regards to onions and garlic,

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he says man akademin Hannity Nisha Janata in Kabita. You need Fela, Colaba Namo Saldana, whoever has eaten from those two things, one of those two things, onions and garlic that have not come to the masjid.

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Why? Because of the smell, because of the smell. So the Prophet SAW Salem prohibited. Actually there was there's an original authentic narration that one man came to the mystery of the Prophet SAW Salem. And he had eaten garlic so he was smelling garlic the prophets are certain for MRB here Rasulullah saw salam for whom he led the process and commanded that he gave that people carry him out of the masjid

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so

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if you have just eaten garlic and onions and there's a smell

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even if it's a lot of time you can't come to the masjid

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you can't come to the masjid and pray in the congregation you can't

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you can't Now somebody might say the problem said shut down Latina hobby 13 These two plants that are hobby 13 The the word Habib in Arabic it could mean evil. But it could also mean bad smell

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can also mean bad smell so have you thought here is not these are evil trees are evil plants because we know there is benefits in them. But the problem is referring to their smell this there is the bad smell. So that's why the President did not eat garlic or onions by the way. And this doesn't make them bad. It just doesn't make them evil.

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Doesn't make them bad doesn't make them evil. You can eat them they have health benefit. Go ahead. You will love your food and your you know whatever with garlic with onions Go ahead. But make sure if you've just eaten them and the smell is fresh. Don't come to the masjid.

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Don't come to the masjid. You might say well

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like today doesn't matter. Oh, et cetera. No, it just and this shows the etiquettes of the Masjid. You come to the masjid you come with a good smell.

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Sometimes people come and by the way, you can't imagine how many people told like come to me to speak on Friday about the smell of socks.

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Really, especially in winter. People can buy don't talk about this in Joomla because there are important issues but these are the etiquettes you need to come to the masjid in the best shape possible. And if you smell this color say if you really smell you shouldn't come

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I missed the cylinder mustard. Yes, either clean yourself and make it to the

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machine or if you can't, don't come on other people with this smell.

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It's a very, it's a very important thing the Prophet SAW Selim said, Man akademin had danishes I think that'll be the 10 Falaya Caliban no masala, anyone who was eating from these two plants that did not come to our Masjid not come near to it. That's what he's saying. So the etiquettes of the masjid is to observe hygiene, cleanliness and good smell. These are important things sometimes, and this applies smell of socks, smell of

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sweat. Some people, you know, probably they just had a workout. Or maybe they were

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just wearing so many layers and they sweat a lot, they come to the message and it stinks. You shouldn't. The same scholars say the same applies by analogy. It applies and also applies, by the way, to certain sense. There are some sense of very intrusive,

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you know that some people wear perfume. And these scents are extremely intrusive, like they penetrate your nasal cavity completely. And they bother you like give you a headache. Literally. And I know sometimes people really like I've seen people leave the salon because the person, one person around them is wearing really an offensive smell. And our tastes differ. You know, people have different tastes with regards to perfume. But it's good to be considerate.

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If you've been what's been brought to your attention, that smell you wearing is really offensive, very intrusive. You even though you like it, you might want to make a compromise. Literally, you might want to make a compromise. So wear it where it's welcome, but don't wear it where it's it's offensive. And cultures differ greatly by way, like this. I remember there was

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one of my teachers, he had a bookshop he used to sell, like Islamic books and

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other stuff. So

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and he used to sell perfume.

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And he says there is one sort of small bottle of perfume that remained there for six years, no one bought it. And he says really like I don't know how I got it. But it was like I bought a huge amount. And it was among them. He says, I could not even open it because this smell was extremely offensive, like very, very bad.

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And he said, like one day a guy comes into my shop. And he seemed to be a nice guy, really. And I wanted to sort of give him a gift. I said what would you know, I want to give you something what would you like? He says I like perfumes generally speaking. So he started thinking looking, he says, Okay, I have this, I have this I have that he didn't like the smells.

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Then he said I looked at that. He doesn't like all these good smells, let me try this. And he. And he says I give him that. He says, Wow, that's beautiful. That's my favorite.

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I want to take it, take it 101. And he said like, take it. But when you come here, don't wear it.

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So again, these are the etiquettes of the masjid. And again, that probably by by extension.

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The other day, we will bring here a shot. And

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slightly second blocker.

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A child started screaming, right. Some of you probably were here. So really screaming. And some kids they know how to push your buttons, like they have this picture voice that sort of it just feels like someone is drilling through your your head. Like they have this very annoying tone. That really you can't ignore it. You just can't ignore it and swallow this child. You really start Oh, she actually starts second rocker throughout the second, third and fourth rock I know I'm quite good by the way at ignoring sometimes sounds, especially when I'm in Salah. I'm quite good at that. And I can sort of like avoid ignoring and focus on my salah, but I just couldn't. This time I just really

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couldn't. And I could feel the whole vibe in domestic changed the whole vibe people were really feeling bad.

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So the voice remained until we made to slim and I am aware I know. I could feel it. Many people wanted me to speak. Many people wanted me to speak by the way that would not be a good decision to speak because people feel offended and we don't want to offend people.

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And we'd be taking personal and there would be no benefit. So I let it go well hamdulillah one of our brothers space straightaway approached him nicely individually and explained to him something which is really important.

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If generally speaking, you can bring children generally a general you can bring them into the Masjid. You can bring them into the masjid no harm

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But if they are going to cause noise, especially if they are too young, they're like less than one year, less than two year less than three years. And still, they cannot sort of control themselves, they're going to make a mess.

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You cannot, you know, infringe on people's rights to pray quietly and properly in the masjid, honestly.

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But I know we live in a country where the norm is here. You know, oftentimes in Muslim countries, kids stay with the mother most of the time. But here we know, sometimes you have to, you have to take the kids as a father,

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because there's not so much family support, so you need to take the child so we sort of make concessions, we don't make a big deal out of that. But it's a general advice is make sure that if you're going to bring a child that your child is the type of quiet child who's not going to run around and play around with people's things

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and it's good to educate them if they can understand like a two and a half and you told them listen in the masjid you Don't raise your voice you're quiet etcetera have yourself in case the child makes noise and the Salah by the way, you can leave for Salah

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you can take the child leave the Salah and try to quiet them and if they won't be quiet you can actually probably leave the masala area where you don't disturb the rest you can do that some people think I can't read my salah you can you definitely can.

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You definitely can. Why because you don't want to miss the salah for everyone I'm telling you that day. Most people couldn't like they didn't just didn't figure out what they were doing in their Salah. So these are just some of the etiquettes some of the things but don't forget that we need definitely need to bring our kids to the masjid get them to get them used to the environment of the masjid and love the environment and we need a welcoming environment for our kids. But still on the other side we need to make sure that our kids don't make a lot of mess. And they don't cause a lot of noise and distraction to others who are trying to pray especially in the gym ah especially during

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salaat and Gemma so these are again some kind of reflections on the same on the etiquettes of the of the masjid

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so yeah, the the Muslim start breaking the castles one after the other two, I think there was about 12 castles the Muslims had to, and it took them about a month, almost a month to really go through all these castles and break into them. Until finally like the last final like three castles. The people there they decided to give up surrender, it decided to give up. Because every time the Muslims broke into a castle, the whoever is left there would run into the following castle and hide into it and so on and so forth.

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So, last week, castles and the Muslim started throwing or like bombarding the castle with the catapult.

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The people in the in those castles they gave up, decided to surrender Han themselves over and they requested. Basically, the prophets Allah made

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a decision that the ones who were fighting against the Muslims, they would be executed. The ones who were not fighting will be spared, but they have to leave. They have to leave the Arabian Peninsula have to leave Hamer to the north of the Arabian Peninsula, they have to leave it, they don't take their wealth, they leave the wealth behind.

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Basically, that's it but then the people have high but they said O Messenger of Allah, they gave him an offer. They gave the Prophets of Salaam and over they said O Messenger of Allah

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they said, listen, and by the way, labor was among the richest in the Arabian Peninsula, we said there was a lot of dates, there was a lot of gold, there was a lot of cattle and sheep, and everything. It was probably the richest in the Arabian Peninsula. So those people aren't high, but they said to the Prophet Salam, we're going to make an offer to you steal the porcelain, listen to that. What do you have to say? They said,

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You know, it's a lot of work to look after the farmers here and look after the land. And it's quite generous in the produce that it offers. And you don't have people to look after that. Why don't you keep us here?

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You take the wealth and everything the spoils you take that's yours. But let us allow us to live here and haber that we look after this land, we cultivate it

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for you,

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for you and we work for you.

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You take half of the production we take half of the production. The person thought about that he said that's a good idea. And he accepts it. Process and accepts it.

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Again, you see here the flexibility of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam This is why these people remained and haber until the time of Ahmadinejad during the hell

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Half of our own Fatah by the way, he now the Muslims were growing in skills growing in number and they realized some problems were started to generate in the high bar area. I'm going to help tell them you guys live the Arabian Peninsula. And the Muslims decided because they were still working as employees to the Muslim government at the time. Our club says, You guys are laid off,

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laid off, we want our land back, we're going to take care of it, you guys leave so they ended up leaving towards Bellagio they settled me mainly in rehab, specifically, the people in Cuba, they settled in Jericho, and the land very close to the Dead Sea.

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And

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some of them already left some of those inhabitants already left. And

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again, the condition was that they should not take with them any of their wealth, they leave it behind. So the Muslims got a lot of gold, they found a lot of gold inhaber and the Muslims became extremely, extremely, extremely rich. After labor,

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really rich and the Prophet SAW Salem because hey, about half of it was

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taken over by force. The second half was taken over in peace they gave they gave they gave up. So the spoils of all of that expedition, half of it was put in Bay to the man general treasury of the Muslims. Why? Because it was not taken by fight. But the first half of the the spoils of the first half was were split among the Muslims were split among the Muslims. Muslims became rich to the point that the mohajir in paid back the unsub

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they will have Julian you remember when they came first to Medina they were unsalted give them half their houses have their farms they give them a lot. A lot of stuff. They Mahajan paid them back

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and they still had a lot lots of money. Actually Allah who and how she says Allah He mash a bit in our head Dakota had haber we never had a full meal until Haber was concept

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shows the Muslims were and the reason why they were trying to eat donkeys by the way before that when the Prophet SAW and told them done was because they had no food to eat.

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So after high bar Muslims became

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rich and there is a statement actually from Uncle Bob I hope it's here

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anyway, so

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yes, so And around this time, by the way Subhan Allah around this time the Muslims in Abbey senior Jaffa, Robbie upper lip and the rest of the Muslims

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have come back. They've come to Medina and they joined the prophets of Solomon Hebron proxim gave them some shares from the spoils of war.

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And the story behind this was when the Messenger SAW Salam sent

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a message to an attache to the king of Abu Senia, inviting him to Islam. He also sent an attachment to the letter he said, he said, there are Muslims who live in your land, please send them to me. So in the Joshi himself from his own finances, he arranges two ships to carry the Muslims back to Medina.

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And

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as they were traveling by sea to Medina, they come across a last ship and the last ship had cat who was carrying some people from Yemen, and ash at a un

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Ashari on Russia and Alicia Yin that's what they were called at the beginning. And the end were a tribe in Yemen. And the porcelain praised them. Problem said home a rock Ganassi Luban

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Acharya and have the softest hearts. We have the softest I even said he told the Companions

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he said something about the Ashari in that their hearts are more receptive to faith that your hearts and these people they only like embrace Islam. Upon hearing about the Prophet SAW Salem and what he calls to the left Yemen they went to the prophets of salaam straightaway upon hearing first time they hear about the prophets and they went as Muslims.

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So the Muslims when they were traveling back from Abyssinia, to Medina,

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they find in the middle of the sea, they come across the ship and so the people in the ship they they tell them that we lost our way we ended up they ended up instead of traveling from Yemen by sea to to Medina, they ended up in a Brasilia, close to the shores of Abbey senior so they met the Muslims. They told them like where are you heading to they said we're trying to get to Medina to meet the Prophet

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I said we are heading to the messenger of Salam you guys can join us so they jumped in and they went with Jeff

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again the Proxxon give them part of the spoils from

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from haber

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so, yes among them was Abu Musa luxury the great companion of almost all the Allah Who and

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the

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the prophets have said Amina says the problem says to the Companions, don't ya C'mon Aquaman whom I work for Hulu bundle Islam income because I'm says tomorrow a group of people will come to you

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and they will come basically join us and the hearts are more receptive to Islam than your hearts.

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That's what he says to the community. He's talking about the yin and the yang

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and the Brostrom says a shadowy human happiness Kasota swattin V amisk Problem says the ushering in among humans are just like

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a sack that is full of musk beautiful smell.

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Okay, so that's basically with regards to

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with regards to Hyderabad, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam marches back to Medina after leaving those

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inhabitants or the Jews of Haifa, leaving them there too, as employees who work to cultivate the land and look after it and

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share the the fruits and the produce of that. And around that time, by the way.

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A lot of

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a lot of people come into Islam from the different tribes, a lot of them flood, like to the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. And

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basically, they embraced Islam in groups, great groups. And this is why the number of Muslims really increased exponentially during this time, and it should be a while we see at the time of, of peace, when Islam is like people are given true access to Islam. It's easy to accept Islam. Really, it's easy to accept Islam.

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Because it's I mean, it's the call of fitna, it's the it's, it's the natural color of humans, and it resonates with people. But the problem these days, obviously, there's a lot of political considerations. People like to join, you know, a political kind of they like to take on political stances, and that's why they're blinded. And also a lot of media negative media coverage and fabrications and a lot of false I would say, and definitely made up examples that ascribe themselves to Muslims, committing terrorist acts, doing some nasty, crazy stuff in the name of Islam.

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A lot like what's happening with ISIS and others is just complete nonsense has nothing to do with Islam. And completely, like stupid, foolish application of texts in a way that doesn't make any sense at all. Islamically doesn't make any sense. And even rationally, doesn't make any sense then claiming that this is a scam. And the media capitalizes on this and spreads it everywhere. And

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so it's just hard for people really to see Islam for what it is. But when people really come to the face to face with the true message of Islam, it's the natural way, just accept it. Without resistance. It's really the natural way. And that's how we stand by the way often spread. Sometimes we will think of Islam spread by the sword. No disorder was only to

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deal with oppressive governments that were ruling over huge, massive pieces of land countries and oppressing people. And we know and all these empires that were that were present at the time, he's talking about the Byzantine Empire and the Persian Empire and others. People were divided into costs, there was the cost system, there was the people who were considered to be divine. These are the rich, the elite, and the rest were considered to be like, even less than humans, and they were owned mainly, technically there were enslaved. They were enslaved, and they would work day and night without rest for the rich people just to get by just to eat that's it. So technically, there were

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slaves. So Islam fought against these governments Islam did not force Islam on any civilians to not fight any civilians. Islam was trying to take over these countries who prevented Muslims from

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spreading Islam into these areas, and we're oppressing the people. So actually the people and for someone who who wants to read Islam want to read history properly, you're going to see it was clear that the people of those lands welcomed the Muslims. They welcome the Muslims, because the Muslims were the heroes. They were the saviors from the oppression they were living under. It was only the government and that's why those governments and their remains, they are the ones who created the lies about oh, Islam spread by the sword. Muslims went around working at people with their with the swords. That wasn't the case. That wasn't the case, Muslims were

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were charging against oppressive governments that were oppressing people.

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With regards to people, no one was forced, maybe there was some misapplication by some people, some examples that, but that's just wrong. That's not what Islam calls to the general pattern of Muslims and Muslim behavior, wise people who had the freedom to worship whatever they wanted.

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And then, if you look at history, look at the,

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in Yemen, there was Jews, and they remain Jews. They remained Jewish throughout the time until recent history. It's only recently that they start sort of moving to Palestine. But the least Egypt had a lot of Jewish Jew, a big Jewish community. Egypt had a big Jewish community and one from Egypt. You know, there was the synagogue right? In the heart of in the heart of Cairo. There was Jewish population in Egypt, and still maybe some remains until now but then, later on, they move to Palestine recently.

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So Why didn't these invalid a sham in Iraq, there were Christians.

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And there were still Christians. They were not forced out of there really, Palestine is full of Christians, full of Jews as well. They were not forced out of their religion. So unfortunately, these are just firstly, I mean, look at India, Muslims ruled over India for almost a century. And still Hindus, some Hindus converted Islam willfully. But Hindus were still Hindus, they remained Hindus, right? In India, huge, massive population and they remain. Why didn't the Muslims oppress them into or force them into Islam? They didn't because that wasn't Islam. You could not by definition, if someone is forced into Islam, he's not a Muslim, by definition, anyway.

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The prophets of salaam Marie's

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Sophie Yebin to Huya human. Hey blufftop was the leader of fiber and the leader of the Jewish tribes at the time, and

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he was killed in the battle. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam marries Sofiya his daughter and she becomes Muslim. And the Prophet SAW Salem marries her

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it was around this time as well that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was invited to eat from sheep. Sheep was cooked for him by a woman from high bar.

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And

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her name was Dana mental health.

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So she

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and she knew the Prophet Solomon love to eat the shoulder of the sheep. So she poisoned it.

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She poisoned it.

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The Prophet SAW Selim set to eat and some of his companions were that's one of his companions ate from the shoulder as well. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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took a mouthful, took a mouthful and he put it in his mouth. Then he spat it out. The promise of them says in the hurdle of Muller, you could be only anonymous small problem says this mouthful is telling me that it is poisoned.

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So that companion

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dies. The one who ate from that ship and the problem straight away from the command is don't eat from it. It's poisoned. So that companion dies. And when the prophets Allah, Allah when he was selling them, realizes that this companion died.

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The woman got executed the one because she killed the man.

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Okay, she killed her a man she was killed because of that.

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And the poison affected the prophets of salaam by the way.

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It affected the Prophet SAW Selim. Yes, he did not swallow it, but went into his mouth.

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So it affected him even some of the companions mentioned that on the Prophet Selim died that they said

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that the poison, since the person ate from that poison still affected him until he died. So some of the companions thought that probably that poison had something to do with the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So this was mentioned by some of the companions

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and that's when their profits or loss to them, by the way, meet hijama profits and then meet hijama after that, because it sort of sucks out the blood and helps obviously hijama is very helpful. By the way. Headjam is very helpful if someone was really poisoned.

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And at the time, what did they make poison of sometimes plants and plants that were poisonous, but mainly they would take the poison of snakes and scorpions. That's what they would make poison off. And some poison had to do with magic, some poison, but this is not the type of magic that was a type of poison that was put

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in the foot for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam now, it was Abdullah Massoud

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who mentioned this hadith is Imam Muhammad. He says that an LI Fabula he does and our soul Allah He sung Allah and he was sending them Otilia Caitlyn, long story he says I square nine times that the prophets of salaam was killed when he died later on.

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He says no. And also Coachella flatland Habu in a in an aquifer Wahida. Well, that it can be in Allah azza wa jal, the tahona begin with Allah Who Shahida he says that I really like I prefer to swear nine times that the prophets of salaam was killed, died as a shahid

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Allah meet his prophet Asha hit me up in comments on this and he says what can I Berkeley I thought haha I thought assume me now what if you hear him Are you worried Allah subhanahu Mintek medium article probably couldn't be hella who's also them for them Our Allah Who economic will be shahada, the holiday themed Modelica

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I thought I'll come and even assume the the Allahu Imran Kanima for Allah as I am inside in my head. He says that the poison that went into the mouth of the prophet saw Salem, Allah made it dormant, Allah made it ineffective.

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Until the Prophet sunnah fulfilled his mission. Then when it was time for the prophets are starting to leave, Allah made that poison come back to its effective nature. And that's why the Prophet Salam died. So that he's taking that from the statement of Abdullah animus Old Baldy Allah, and

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the deaths among the Muslims and because what they bought, were just above 12, probably 1213 people, these are the Muslims who died in this. Whereas among the Jews of high bar, there was 93 deaths 93 deaths. So the prophesied have avoided a lot of bloodshed basically, and hybrid because it could have ended really much worse than that.

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Okay, we're gonna leave it at that, because events are gonna take another direction now.

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And we will see how the Prophet SAW Selim dealt with those, the Jewish tribes who still remain unhappy about how the problem dealt with them. And even playing by the way in his book SAD and MAD, he really took a lot for also in his book account and what led them the rulings that pertain to non Muslims who live under Muslim reign.

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He took a lot of lessons as to how to handle non Muslim minorities in Muslim countries. And it's quite a civilized you know, system that Islam has put for dealing with non Muslims is quite a beautiful civilized system. And it shows how Islam really gives minorities the rights and doesn't oppress them, doesn't force them into Islam. On the contrary, they get a very, like,

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I would say decent treatment in a Muslim system, unlike again, what has been spread around about Islam and etc.

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Okay, so we will leave it at at this point in sha Allah. And next week we have, by the way, Sheikh Mohammed Mufti Munir and he's, he will be given the hotbar inshallah and then the Halacha. So the hell of I think is on social media, right? How to handle social media as a Muslim and issues that pretend social media, which I think is a very practical, very good choice. So no choice of topic, something extremely we all need. And then after that, sha Allah he will do a couple of courses on the compilation of Hadith, I think, and what's the other topic

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Okay, and a workshop on Jana Ben and methodically Yes, the book of Ibn Abdullah Bob, Jeremy obey.

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familia which is a good collection of Hadith actually to, to really study with him. And I think it's a very good, really it's a good very good opportunity to get a glimpse into how the science of Hadith works and how we can take benefit from it and learn some of the etiquettes that are in there. So it's an opportunity don't miss out on it.

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We can take some questions.

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Okay, I think they will announced their Saturday and Sunday there's a program which is

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okay, Margaret, Eurasia. Margaret to Asia, mainly marriage, Russia. That's Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday.

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Yeah.

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So it's a good opportunity to Inshallah, attend them benefit, bring your family, bring your friends, etc. It's really a good opportunity. And we don't we don't get this a lot here. So it's good to benefit from that. Are there any questions?

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requirements of the witnesses.

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When the motto was Harold was there

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the conditions like two witnesses and

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and,

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and when he was the guardian, or? And I would, I don't know, but I assume yes. Because the Prophet SAW Selim says Lani, Cara, in be wali OSHA, he Shahidi. There is no Nika, there's no marriage, that could be valid without a Willie chaperone. And two witnesses who are capable of making who are qualified to be witnesses. So this is what we call and this is a general statement, then it applies to all forms of marriage, I would assume yes, otherwise it would be a mess. What's the difference between it then and Xena because you know what's haram? So what would be the difference between Nikhil Mata at the time and,

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and Xena itself? Because you just take because Zina is a temporary thing, mainly temporary relationship. But there is no witnesses and there is no Willie. So take the what he and do two witnesses is the same thing. So I will assume yes. Yeah.

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Any questions?

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One has to bury somebody else.

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again and come back to

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that's a completely different thing.

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And this is about the luck. Okay. Follow up. Very simple, very brief.

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Follow up a man.

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If he divorces his wife once.

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She has to go through a waiting period. He can take her back during this time.

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If he doesn't take her back, she's divorced. During the read. It is over and he hasn't taken her back. She's divorced. They're no longer husband and wife.

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Okay.

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Now let's say he regrets like two years later, he says, you know, she was a good woman. I really want to marry her. Can he marry her? Yes, he can go marry her with a new completely new contract. New marriage has nothing to do with the previous one.

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The same applies to the second Bulka divorces her first time he gets her back during the read. Then he divorced her a second time and she goes to her at the same rulings. But if he divorces her three times.

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Three times said it's over.

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She has to go through it. But it shouldn't. But not in his house. No, he can't take her back now. Yeah, the different question. I know. I'm getting to his question. So he, okay, that's it. It's over. That time it's over. She has to wait

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for her to get married again. If she wants to get married again.

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If it happens that she marries someone.

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She marries another person later on after that. And this marriage doesn't work out. So she's divorced. The first husband if he thinks oh, maybe we can make we can work it out this time. He can marry her. But if they if it is staged, they set this up together. They say okay, he divorced her three times. She's free to go now. And he says you know I want her back. So I can only marry her if she marries and divorces. I go and agree with someone. Okay, hey, marry her like whatever for five months, six months for one day, etc. And then you divorce her so I can marry her. This is how long and the promises aren't called that person that you'll get to marry her temporarily. Okay, President

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calls him as tea cinema style.

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A taste and musta is like what stays in English I'm losing my words my vocabulary.

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Cool.

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I

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like the goat the male goat would you call that the big one?

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Paul is a poor

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goats. What's the male goat guys? English RAM. I thought Ram was sheep, right? She ran the sheep was about the goat, the male goat. Here we are. We need to learn English

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he go.

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He goes, he goes, he goes, she goes, he goes, Okay, let's say anyway, you know what I'm talking about. Okay. And it's like yeah, it's like the bollard or the like used or whatever. Like it's kind of he caught etcetera. So it's a very this like, it's a very despicable description. Why? Because it's nasty thing to do. And it's Helen.

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buck, buck. Yes. So yeah, it's like a borrowed buck. That's why guys borrowed Buck

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really good. Okay, good. Good. Anyway, that's that's meant that's meant to be there even not to be like a tease. If you call someone tastes, man, they'll go off to you. They'll go off to your telling you.

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They really like who you want to swear it. Someone in Arabic call them taste.

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I'm gonna spell it. Spell that's after they have a bunch of English and Arabic.

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Okay. Okay, so. So that's what you're asking about.

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We can take one more question. Yes. You mentioned that. Gents. live in a world of their own

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inner dimension of their own. Okay, that's what I mean by a world of their own. Yes.

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Yes, I mean, earth, they can fly. Jin can fly so they can go to certain heights. Yeah.

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I guess Yes. Yeah. And Jin, by the way, can travel without need for transportation. Like couldn't sorry, I'm sorry, man. Call it a free two minute journey. And it could be Atlanta. Holman, McCormick, sorted number one. So the man wanted the throne of Belize.

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He, one of the Djinn that was serving him. He said, I can bring it to you before you finish. You know, your session of judgment. He's talking about like a couple of hours. What I mean, so the man was in Palestine and Bill case was in Yemen. Right. Yeah, in Yemen. Was that right? Yeah, I'm just gonna I don't know what's happening to me fairly.

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Probably. Yeah. So. Yeah. So it's, it's such a I mean, with a plane, you can't cross that in two hours. It will take probably three, three and a half hours from Palestine to Yemen. Yeah, one way and back. So, obviously, yeah. So Jim can travel Yes, we can travel from the US.

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There's no, this position doesn't exist. He said, We were taught that human beings that women can you

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but it has never been mentioned.

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Okay. I said, By the way, some you find some of the scholars.

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I know some of the scholars would argue against that. But as I said, it's almost a consensus. Actually, some scholars mentioned the GMAT. Some scholars mentioned consensus among the Muslim scholars that there is possession. Right? And we say but what we say today, people exaggerate big time. Really people exaggerate. For most of the cases, there are psychological cases. There are emotional cases and sometimes they are physical illnesses they are and really the symptoms could conflate. And issues love opposition, I would say is like an extreme minority. It's an extreme it's a rarity. Really? Yeah. But the problem is with the abuse, but the majority of the scholars actually

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talk about it's there and the only way to treat it is with the Quran. With the Quran that's it

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one second

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is the topic Yeah, I can I can feel them as did if we announced a talk on this I know but I don't want to do that.

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A good Muslim who's someone who lives by the example of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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implemented Islam. Alright, that's in brief, you asked the big question. I can only give you a big answer, but I can't expand that. Yes.

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What's the

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Virgin's

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somebody just pulling my leg into it. Yeah Jen live longer than humans that generally speaking

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videos

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probably, probably yes. Yeah, I mean nothing of the Quran says how long they live on the Sunnah how long they live, but it seems that they live for a long time. It seems.

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For a long time, yes. I don't know what's this like a new phenomenon and is spreading the Arab world especially with YouTubers, you'll find people now going into haunted places, right? And the filming

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Allah understand people like go to the such areas where they can really put themselves at risk. And such a bad thing. And there is some strange things happen. But I would advise you know, don't really get involved in that. If you know about a place that's haunted or there is like, paranormal activity, that's what they call it right? I would say avoid it. You don't need to because we're not supposed to deal with them. They're not supposed to deal with us.

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We have enough free we have enough obligations and responsibilities really awkward recall that anyway. But anyway, people are making fame out of it. So YouTubers are getting millions of views because of that. So they're making lots of money, probably that's why they they're doing that. Okay, so we'll conclude here just from lawfare and I'll see inshallah in two weeks from now. So Allah Azza Macedo homogeneous.